Under the supervision of the Head, Open Stack Collections, the Project Coordinator for Government Information Collections is responsible for planning, coordinating, and conducting projects and ongoing workflows that ensure timely access to government information sources in all formats at ASU Library, in accordance with established standards and requirements. The Project Coordinator collaborates with Library stakeholders to identify, plan, and implement collections projects that strategically contribute to government information access, preservation, and use for all ASU communities and stakeholders. Using a team-based approach to problem-solving, the Project Coordinator actively contributes to effective workflow changes and improved cross-library communication practices.
Supervises staff and is responsible for daily operational activities related to receiving, processing, describing, and maintaining government information materials in all formats; monitors quality and effectiveness of workflows to ensure optimum efficiency and compliance with established standards and requirements to the access/use of ASU Library.
Responsible for the creation, review, and update of holdings and item records for government information collections; develops and updates procedures and workflows as needed.
In collaboration with acquisitions and metadata staff, plans and facilitates routine and project-based work to ensure the accuracy of online catalog information, including bibliographic description, in order to facilitate description and discovery of government information resources.
Leads and participates in efforts that meet strategic collections priorities, by developing and participating in projects and workflows that may include collecting, harvesting, describing, digitizing, storing, and deaccessioning government information materials in all formats, in collaboration with appropriate Library units.
Leads and participates in efforts to provide excellent service for patrons seeking government information resources in person, by phone, and through online reference platforms; interprets policies and provides directions and referral information as appropriate.
Supervises work activities of assigned staff to ensure achievement of established goals, objectives, and outcomes; provides guidance, mentoring and direction as appropriate for ongoing staff development.
Monitors and supervises student worker personnel budget; tracks spending and notifies supervisors of expenditures. Develops and maintains staff and student worker schedule; utilizes established volume and workflow indicators to adjust staffing accordingly to ensure continuous compliance with standards.
Collects and compiles monthly statistical measures; analyzes and interprets data and prepares related reports to communicate results to administrators and other stakeholders.
Works with management and administration to develop and implement policy, update operational procedures and process documentation; and communicate changes to staff and other stakeholders.
Collaborates with conservator and preservation staff on best practices for care and handling of library materials.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree. 2 years related experience; 1 of which is in project management, OR any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.