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Saint Louis University Law Library is seeking applicants for a full-time Access Services Library Associate, Senior: October 31, 2007

Posted by cpryor01 in Job Stuff, Library Stuff.


JOB SUMMARY: Under the general direction of the Head of Access Services, serves as an integral member of the Access Services team.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Primary responsibilities include: Manage permanent and temporary Reserve collections in paper and online formats – includes retrieving and processing books, scanning documents, creating .pdf files, and managing Docutek ERes files. Provide support to traditional Interlibrary Loan and Mobius patron initiated requests. As part of the Access Services team, support the library’s mission of providing excellent customer service and instruction to faculty, students, and patrons at the Circulation Desk. Maintain audio-visual collections. Monitor audio-visual and microform equipment and train and assist staff and patrons in their use. Prepare statistical reports. Participate in circulation desk rotation (may include evening/weekend hours). Ability to work successfully in a team-oriented environment, responding rapidly and gracefully to changing customer service demands. Publicize law school and university special events by assisting with the development of timely displays. Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors Degree; supplemented with 2 years library or archival work. Ability to perform routine tasks related to shelving and retrieval of library materials from stacks and cabinets (e.g., pushing book trucks, bending, etc.)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of print resources, bibliographic utilities, and online databases including OCLC, Innovative Interfaces, Inc. (III) Millennium, ILLiad, Docutek electronic reserves, and Microsoft Office preferred.

TO APPLY: For a full job description and online application information, visit the Saint Louis University Employment Opportunities website: http://www.slu.edu/jobs/ For information about the Law Library, visit our homepage: http://law.slu.edu/library/



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