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Library Assistant 3, Eli M. Oboler Library (4028)

Company: Idaho Division of Human Resources
Location: Pocatello
Posted on: November 12, 2021

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Library Assistant 3, Eli M. Oboler Library (4028) Print (http://agency.governmentjobs.com/idaho/job_bulletin.cfm?jobID=3271451=0) Apply Library Assistant 3, Eli M. Oboler Library (4028) Salary $16.36 Hourly Location Pocatello, IDJob TypeFull TimeDepartmentIdaho State UniversityJob Number11170Closing 11/4/2021 11:59 PM Mountain + Description + Benefits + Questions DescriptionTo perform specialized library work in specific area(s) involving patron or technical services or specialized collections; perform related work.The successful candidate will perform specialized and complex paraprofessional library work involving acquisitions, cataloging and maintenance of library serials records. Performs related work as assigned.Example of Duties Incumbents in this classification perform specialized library work such as developing projects involving bibliographic research and/or indexing or performing original cataloging in a variety of formats. This level of work requires a high degree of technical expertise and a detailed knowledge of the library's policies and operating procedures or of specialized collection. Some positions will provide supervision to staff; however, it is not a distinguishing characteristic of the class. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:--Creates and maintains bibliographic and holdings records for serials in the ILS (Integrated Library System) according to recognized standards and/or local practice: as titles change, are added, canceled, or as otherwise appropriate. Under general direction of Cataloging and Metadata Librarian, distinguishes among types of established or expected treatments for serials and maintains records accordingly.--Imports bibliographic records as warranted into ILS from national utility. Performs maintenance on ISU records in national utility under general direction of Cataloging and Metadata Librarian,--Communicates with the Electronics Resources Librarian who maintains journal aggregator system to provide/receive information necessary in both ILS and journal aggregator system to ensure that access to electronic journals is available.--Maintains order and invoice records for serials in ILS: contacts vendors/publishers regarding invoice discrepancies, issues payment requests in accordance with University Accounts Payable requirements, which includes the use of a purchase card for payments.--Reconciles serials funds in ILS. Implements and may assist in the design of changes to records in the librarys ILS to meet the budget tracking needs under the direction of the Head of Collection Management/ Dean/University Librarian.--Maintains list of approved changes to subscriptions and implements changes according to direction from Head of Collection Management/Dean/University Librarian and/or library bibliographers.--Contacts vendors, publishers as warranted to provide information for bibliographers and departments about serials prices. Recognizes relationship between price and format/licensing information, and interprets according to budget restrictions. --Functions as a resource person for serials order and invoice records within the ILS.--Serves as a contact for other issues with serials vendors and publishers. --Performs check-in functions for print serials.--Performs cataloging and maintenance on monographic records in ILS as requested. --Performs other responsibilities and duties as assigned by the Head of Collection Management/Dean/University Librarian.--Participates in appropriate library activities, such as on committees and task forces. Participates in general and departmental staff meetings.Minimum Qualifications Please note: You must include your resume as part of your application and all materials provided will be considered part of the application process. Experience in at least two of the following areas:+ bibliographic search strategies+ library classification schemes and descriptive cataloging standards+ a variety of bibliographic sources and reference tools used in cataloging and acquisitions+ library organization, services, technical service practices and terminology+ library automationExperience:+ coordinating, planning, and organizing library activities+ using computer applications software+ training or instructing others in library practices and procedures+ compiling and analyzing information, and writing reports or procedures in a library work settingSupplemental InformationThank you for your interest in employment at Idaho State University!If you have questions about this position please contact us at:Email: hr@isu.eduPhone: 208.282.4828To view all our available positions please visit us online at isu.edu/jobs (https://isu.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/5/home?c=isu) Idaho State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We have an institution-wide commitment to inclusion and diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply. Veterans' preference. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. ISU PUBLIC SAFETY JEANNE CLERY ANNUAL SECURITY AND FIRE SAFETY REPORT Idaho State University's Jeanne Clery report, federally required reporting, provides crime, arrest and fire statistics for the previous three years that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by Idaho State University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies about alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, personal practices, disciplinary procedures, fire safety and other matters. This report can be accessed on the following website: ISU Clery Report (http://www.isu.edu/pubsafe/security/Annual_Security_and_Fire_Safety_Report.pdf) https://dhr.idaho.gov/StateEmployees/Benefits.html*Benefits may not be applicable for temporary or seasonal positions. 01 MQ1 - Please select the areas within the library from the list below in which you have professional experience with. Check all that apply. This experience is typically gained by at least one year work experience in an library setting OR the successful completion of two college-level (6 credit hours) courses that covered library terminology, practices, services, classification schemes, cataloging standards, search strategies, reference and/or research methods as part of the course. It is important that your resume clearly support your response to this question. Specifically, the resume should reflect your work experience &/or education. For experience, your resume should include: positions held, dates of employment, as well as a brief description of responsibilities and duties performed. If you have education and/or training to support your selections, please include: field of course work, degree/certification title and additional applicable coursework. If your selections are not supported in your resume you may not receive a passing exam score and will be removed from consideration. Providing unsupported, inaccurate, or false responses may also limit your eligibility for future state employment. + Bibliographic search strategies+ Library classification schemes and descriptive cataloging standards+ A variety of bibliographic sources and reference tools used in cataloging and acquisitions+ Library organization, services, technical service practices and terminology+ Library automation 02 MQ2 - Please select the response that best reflects your work experience coordinating, planning, and organizing library activities. This experience is typically gained by at least one year work experience coordinating, planning, and organizing library activities OR the successful completion of two college-level (6 credit hours) courses that covered library terminology, practices, services, classification schemes, cataloging standards, search strategies, reference and/or research methods as part of the course. It is important that your resume clearly support your response to this question. Specifically, the resume should reflect your work experience &/or education. For experience, your resume should include: positions held, dates of employment, as well as a brief description of responsibilities and duties performed. If you have education and/or training to support your selections, please include: field of course work, degree/certification title and additional applicable coursework. If your selections are not supported in your resume you may not receive a passing exam score and will be removed from consideration. Providing unsupported, inaccurate, or false responses may also limit your eligibility for future state employment. + I have not had education, training, or experience in performing these tasks.+ I have at least six months of full-time work experience performing these tasks OR three credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have at least one year of full-time work experience performing these tasks OR six credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have more than one year of full-time work experience where I was consulted by other workers to assist them in this task, or assigned by my supervisor to train new employees in this task AND I have six credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have at least three years of full-time work experience performing these tasks. 03 MQ3 - Please select the response that best reflects your work experience training or instructing others in library practices and procedures. This experience is typically gained by at least one year work experience assisting others in library practices and procedures OR the successful completion of two college-level (6 credit hours) courses that covered library terminology, practices, services, classification schemes, cataloging standards, search strategies, reference and/or research methods as part of the course. It is important that your resume clearly support your response to this question. Specifically, the resume should reflect your work experience &/or education. For experience, your resume should include: positions held, dates of employment, as well as a brief description of responsibilities and duties performed. If you have education and/or training to support your selections, please include: field of course work, degree/certification title and additional applicable coursework. If your selections are not supported in your resume you may not receive a passing exam score and will be removed from consideration. Providing unsupported, inaccurate, or false responses may also limit your eligibility for future state employment. + I have not had education, training, or experience in performing these tasks.+ I have at least six months of full-time work experience performing these tasks OR three credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have at least one year of full-time work experience performing these tasks OR six credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have more than one year of full-time work experience where I was consulted by other workers to assist them in this task, or assigned by my supervisor to train new employees in this task AND I have six credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have at least three years of full-time work experience performing these tasks. 04 MQ4 - Please select the response that best reflects your experience using computer applications software to compile and analyze information to write reports or procedures in a library setting. This experience is typically gained by at least one year work experience utilizing computer applications software and research methods to compile and analyze information for reports in order to complete major tasks in an library setting OR the successful completion of two college-level courses (6 credit hours) that covered library terminology, practices, services, classification schemes, cataloging standards, search strategies, reference and/or research methods as part of the course. It is important that your resume clearly support your response to this question. Specifically, the resume should reflect your work experience &/or education. For experience, your resume should include: positions held, dates of employment, as well as a brief description of responsibilities and duties performed. If you have education and/or training to support your selections, please include: field of course work, degree/certification title and additional applicable coursework. If your selections are not supported in your resume you may not receive a passing exam score and will be removed from consideration. Providing unsupported, inaccurate, or false responses may also limit your eligibility for future state employment. + I have not had education, training, or experience in performing these tasks.+ I have at least six months of full-time work experience performing these tasks OR three credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have at least one year of full-time work experience performing these tasks OR six credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have more than one year of full-time work experience where I was consulted by other workers to assist them in these tasks, or assigned by my supervisor to train new employees in this task AND I have six credit hours where these topics were discussed.+ I have at least three years of full-time work experience performing these tasks. Required Question AgencyState of IdahoAddress 304 North 8th Street Boise, Idaho, 83720 Website https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/idaho Apply Please verify your email address Verify Email

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