The Music Library’s Weekend/Evening Access Services Supervisor is responsible for: 1) supervision of graduate assistant, self-help, and work-study student employees (up to 5 FTEs); and 2) oversight of all departmental activity in the absence of the department head or designee. These duties are assumed on a regular basis between 1 and 10 pm on Sundays. During these hours this person is the first interpreter of library circulation policy. The remainder of this position’s hours are worked from 9 to 6 Monday through Thursday. This person is also responsible for: 1) reserve material and serial publication processing; 2) media conversion; 3) cashier deposits; and 4) maintaining audiovisual equipment, supply shelves, and library stacks (including periodic collection inventories). Serves as secondary technology liaison and back-up interlibrary loan processor.
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.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
General knowledge of academic libraries, library technical and public service functions, and the ability to use library techniques, systems, working tools and procedures in a public services setting is preferred; general knowledge of music; knowledge of, or experience in, the use of an integrated library system; knowledge of, and experience with PCs, Microsoft Office Suite; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships is desirable; ability to remain calm during stressful situations; friendly, excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; multitasking; ability to focus on long-term goals and adjust short-term priorities to meet those goals is preferred.