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POSTED: November 28, 2018

Access Services Coordinator (University Library Assistant 2), UCP 5

University of Connecticut
Stamford, CT
Full time
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Job Posting Staff Position reference search #2019160
Under the direction of the Stamford Regional Library Director, the Access Services Coordinator is responsible for maintaining user service operations at the Stamford campus library. Working independently, the incumbent oversees the daily operation of the library’s front desk services including circulation services, reserve services, interlibrary services, and information services. The incumbent works collaboratively with other user service coordinators system-wide to establish and maintain effective, efficient, and consistent processes and procedures. This position contributes to the development of services, space, programs and marketing, and assessment initiatives at the Stamford campus library and actively collaborates with departments, schools, and/or other units to promote and provide guidance on using library resources and services. Evening and weekend hours required.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1. Bachelor's degree and three years of related work experience or equivalent combination of education and related experience. 2. Experience in library access services functions, e.g. Document delivery/ILL; course reserves; circulation services. 3. Strong communication, customer service, and interpersonal skills. 4. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with colleagues and faculty across the university, as well as the ability to work independently in a diverse, multicultural, and fast-paced environment. 5. Demonstrated commitment to supporting diversity and inclusion. 6. Flexibility to adjust schedule for peak activity periods and emergencies. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. Experience with Springshare software, including LibGuides, LibCal, and LibWizard. 2. Supervisory experience within access or circulation services of an academic or large public library. 3. Working knowledge of ALMA, ILLiad, and OCLC resource-sharing. 4. Basic understanding of copyright and licensing issues. 5. Demonstrated knowledge of current nationwide trends in access services, course reserves and interlibrary loan.
Bachelor's degree and three years of related work experience or equivalent combination of education and related experience. Apply here Staff Position reference search #2019160
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