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Art History/Classics Student Assistant I - Job #655

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Student Employment
office hours:

8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(closed daily for lunch,
noon to 1 p.m.)

Student Job Opening

Date Posted: 
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - 9:49am
Student supervisor: 
Fedora Gertzman
Department: 
Art History/Classics Library
Classification: 
STDT 2, ($15/hr)
How many students will be hired for this job?: 
1
Does this job require work study?: 
Work Study Required

Work Schedule

Minimum Hours/Week: 
4.00
Maximum Hours/Week: 
19.50
Minimum Hours/Shift: 
2.00
Specific Work Hours: 
Must be able to work mornings (9am-12pm) several days M-F as well as at least one weekend day. Additional hours will be between 9:00-9:00 Mon-Thurs, 9:00-5:00 Friday, 11:00-5:00 Saturday, 1:00-9:00 Sunday.

Job Information

Job Duties: 

Monitor Circulation Desk: Check library materials in and out, assist patrons, and oversee basic security measures. Maintain collections: Shelve books and serials, shelf-read and straighten books, assist with book shifting. Perform miscellaneous clerical tasks such as bibliographic checking and preparation of course reserves.

Required Qualifications: 

Excellent communication skills and public service. Demonstrated ability to be conscientious and punctual.  Lifting of heavy books and pushing heavy trucks is essential to this job.  Must be able to work independently at the Circulation Desk, serving faculty, graduate and undergraduate students and non-UC patrons. May be required to occasionally work without supervision during Fall and Spring semesters.

Desired Qualifications: 

Previous library experience is preferred.  Previous job experience working with the public is desirable. Winter intersession availability is also a plus.

Special Notes: 

We are looking to fill 8-15 hours a week during the Fall semester, and to retain employees for multiple semesters.