Some flexibility may be occasionally needed to assist with weekend or evening hours
Bachelor's degree AND four (4) years prior library experience; at least two (2) of which includes supervision of others OR, any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Demonstrated knowledge of library practices, policies, and procedures.
Demonstrated knowledge of research databases, LibGuides usage, Library of Congress Classification System.
Experience in using integrated library systems (e.g. ExLibris Alma).
Experience in using Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive applications, employee communication software (e.g. Slack, Zoom).
Experience in supervising, coaching, evaluating employees.
Evidence of effective communication.
Experience with customer service principles, methods and practices.
Demonstrated knowledge of the concepts of equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Demonstrated knowledge of the concepts of sustainable practices.
Activities are performed in an environmentally controlled office setting subject to extended periods of sitting and/or standing.
Exposure to dust and other airborne materials
Utilize computer, phone, and various technologies (Google Workspace, Microsoft Office Suite, Slack, Zoom, etc.), office equipment (copier, printer, scanner, etc.).
May oversee various projects within the library involving handling, sorting, shelving or relocation of physical materials.
Responsible for oversight of building security, maintenance issues, and compliance with university policy in absence of direct supervisor.
May work alternate hours, including nights and/or weekends, as needed