UNIVERSITY LIBRARY TECHNICIAN - JOURNEY:
E-Resources & Serials Management Department
Working Title: E-Resources & Serials Assistant
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Position Number: 17068
Pay Band Range: $24,900 - $54,648
HIRING RANGE: $30,192 - $34,117
Closing Date: August 27, 2012
The E Resources & Serials Assistant must have strong computer skills and aptitude, proficiency in Microsoft Excel, proven problem solving skills, and excellent organizational, interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. The successful candidate must be able to prioritize tasks effectively, manage time and meet deadlines, and perform complex tasks with a high degree of accuracy and minimal direct supervision. The E Resources & Serials Assistant must be flexible and willing to learn new skills, able to work well with a wide variety of people, and comfortable working independently on concentrated tasks.
Description of Duties
The E Resources & Serials Management (ESM) Department acquires, catalogs and manages access to electronic resources and serials in all formats. The E Resources & Serials Assistant's principal responsibilities are: to provide database management and technical assistance on a range of ESM activities; to gather, report, and normalize usage statistics for e-resources; to check in a range of print subscription titles upon receipt; to assist in maintaining the ESM intranet site and wiki; to assist with special projects as needed; to tabulate and distribute departmental statistics drawn from a variety of sources, including spreadsheets and the Millennium integrated library system; to compile payroll, leave and general administrative reports for the department; and to serve as a primary contact for supplies and facilities concerns. The E Resources & Serials Assistant will also be asked to assist with general orientation and training of new staff members. This position reports to the Head of E Resources & Serials Management.
Minimum Education and Experience
: High school diploma or equivalency and two years of experience in library services, office support, or related field; or equivalent combination of training and experience.
: Previous academic library and technical services experience, preferably with serials or electronic resources; experience with Microsoft Access or other database applications; experience with Web page creation and maintenance, and wiki editing and content management; familiarity with OCLC and Millennium or another integrated library system; the ability to work well under pressure; familiarity with at least one modern foreign language.
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Positions are posted on the Library's web page until filled. For more information on application procedures, applicants may contact:
Office of Human Resources
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
104 Airport Drive, CB #1045
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
An Equal Opportunity Employer