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Weekend Circulation Lead

 STAFF JOB DESCRIPTION

University Mission:  Concordia University is a Christian university preparing leaders for the transformation of society.

Department Mission:  To engage students in critical thinking for lifelong learning and joy of discovery, the Concordia Libraries partner with the schools and departments of the University to meet curricular objectives by developing collections, and providing resources and instruction in an hospitable environment.

Weekend Circulation Lead

 

Position Summary

Would keeping the library building and the Circulation Unit running smoothly on the weekends for a faith based university work with your schedule? Concordia University has a Weekend Circulation Lead position to consider.

This position is responsible for the successful supervision of the George R. White Library operations and access services, including student workers, during weekend hours.

 

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements

· Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and related experience.

· 1-3 years of progressively responsible administrative support experience with at least 1 year of experience working in a library circulation department.

· Demonstrated supervisory experience.

 

Position Title

Weekend Circulation Lead

Department

George R. White Library

Reports To

Access Services & Acquisitions Manager (LIB003)

FLSA Status

Non-exempt

Position Number

LIB010

Salary Grade

Grade 3

Primary Work Location

Onsite, Portland Main Campus

Work Schedule

12-14 hours per week; Saturday – Sunday required.

Employee Classification

06-Non-exempt, part-time staff

FTE

0.3

 

Preference

Concordia University is a private, Christian university. Concordia University reserves the right to give preference in employment based on religion in order to further the Lutheran objectives of the University and the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

· Manage the library building and the Circulation Unit during weekend hours of operation. Anticipate and recognize current or impending barriers to departmental success and proactively problem solve to mitigate or eliminate them.

 

· Supervise the work of student employees, in accordance with University policies and federal and state laws, in order to ensure that library operations run smoothly. Supervision includes scheduling, solving coverage gaps, delegating work and providing performance feedback or correction, if needed.

 

· Supervise stacks maintenance (shelving, shelf reading, and special projects).

 

  • Answer phones and respond to email and other inquiries.

 

  • Maintain patron records in an integrated library system.

 

  • Process and maintain the Amazon unit.

 

  • Organize and participate in the book sale department.

 

  • Process reserves and interlibrary loan requests.

 

  • Provide back-up coverage for Circulation Manager and Interlibrary Loan unit as requested.

 

  • Maintain department level statistics using Excel.

 

  • Assist in preparing and maintaining training materials for the unit.

 

  • Assist in preparing written documentation for circulation procedures.

 

  • Plan, organize, and execute projects for improvement of access services and acquisitions.

 

  • Accomplish ongoing job-specific learning and improvement through instructional materials, seminars, etc.

 

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

 

Work Contacts

Interacts with faculty, staff, students, student workers and community members on a regular basis. Interactions may be face to face, electronic or via telephone.

 

Scope of Work

Activities and tasks support library operations. Follows standard operating procedures throughout course of work with some latitude to make decisions without immediate supervisor approval. Work requires knowledge of institution policies and practices.

 

Working Conditions

Library and office setting. Low exposure to noise.

 

Minimum Physical Requirements

Able to tolerate prolonged positioning at a computer terminal; repetitive computer use and typing.

Able to lift up to 50 pounds to/from table level on an occasional basis.

Able to lift up to 3 lbs overhead.

Able to lift, pull, grasp, stoop and reach within an office environment.

Able to effectively participate in two-way conversation.

 

Preferred Education and Experience Requirements

Experience coordinating faculty reserve requests in a library setting.

 

Minimum Requirements (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)

Able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and analytical skills on a consistent basis.

Able to monitor and direct the work of others, providing corrective feedback and praise as appropriate.

Excellent organization and documentation skills.

Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Suite including Excel for maintaining and analyzing data.

Able to readily and effectively use the library’s Integrated System software and the University’s administrative software during the course of daily activities.

 

Pre-Employment Screening Requirements

Successfully pass a criminal background check

 

 

Attitude and demeanor of all Concordia University employees: As part of a work environment that highly values Christian education, educational excellence and service to students, all members of the community will:

Publicly support the mission of Concordia University.

Communicate effectively with warmth, sensitivity, and understanding as s/he deals with administrative colleagues, teachers, students, parents, faculty, college personnel and program associates.

Work as a team member in a professional environment.

Possess a “service attitude” (willingness to be flexible to meet the needs of the department).

Have a professional physical appearance (appropriate clothing, personal hygiene, etc.).