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Casual/restricted positions are an integral part of Library staffing and operations. Within that context, Student Library Employees are expected to conduct themselves in a businesslike and courteous manner, consistent with the high quality public service goals of the Library. Please remember that we are a service department, assisting faculty, students and the public with their teaching and research needs. The...

Familiarize yourself with Library emergency procedures (requires CalNet login) and any procedures specific to your unit. Follow all posted safety regulations and report any hazards to your supervisor. If you should suffer a work-related injury or illness, notify your supervisor immediately. To inquire about worker’s...

In order for all Library employees to work together productively, it is necessary for us to have a common understanding of expected behaviors. The Library has guidelines to help staff, faculty, and students better understand rules, and expectations when it comes to conuduct. Below are examples of Library expectations for employee conduct:

There is no smoking in the Library at any time. Effective January 1,...

The Library at UC Berkeley provides service to faculty, staff, students and the general public. We are committed to offering a professional level of response to all who inquire. It is expected that employees will take pride in a neat appearance and maintain their dress in a manner appropriate to their work.

The Library bases concern for appearance on two assumptions:

The way we look is an important...

All Library units have been equipped with a first aid kit, a flashlight and batteries, and a battery powered radio as well as a modest level of emergency food and water. Each unit has developed an emergency evacuation procedure. Evacuation drills are held in the Doe and Moffitt facilities. Be certain that you understand your role in responding to emergencies.