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Our students are the front line of the library. We look for positive and enthusiastic students who are willing to go the extra mile for their peers, faculty, staff, and community patrons. Our main job duties include, but are not restricted to, reference for library and campus information, checkout services, shelving, organizing collections, campus delivery for faculty & staff, interlibrary loan services, and a variety of projects which need a detail and task oriented skill set.
Experience with Office Suite, Mac computers, printer maintenance, cashiering and phone etiquette is a plus.
This position works as part of a team in the Technical Services department of the David O. McKay Library. The clerk will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks, including the following:
Knowledge of computers is required as well as proficient keyboarding skills. Any knowledge of Horizon software is a plus. Strong verbal communication skills are essential in addition to interpersonal skills and the ability to follow through on tasks. The clerk should be self-motivated, professional, and be able to work well both in groups and independently.
This position works as part of a team in the acquisitions department of the David O. McKay Library.
The clerk will be responsible for a variety of tasks, including the following:
Special Collections & Archives hires students to help with processing and describing campus records and other local history materials.
Positions typically hired:
Employees work to scan, process and upload sensitive and fragile archival materials.
Employees must be dependable and willing to learn new processes. Employees must become familiar with all programs used for these processes. Knowledge of Photoshop and InDesign are helpful.
To apply for a position in the library:
What is a video resume and what needs to be in it? Watch the video below to find out.
Video Resume Breakdown:
If you've never made a video before, don't worry. We are not looking for professional videographers. We are simply looking for hardworking and enthusiastic students to serve our campus. A virtual resume will give you the opportunity to make an impression and stand out, so do your best!
Sending Us Your Video:
Feel free to use any online video streaming service to host your video. We recommend using YouTube and making your video "Unlisted" which will allow us to view it, but not searchable in YouTube. When submitting your application, you will be asked to paste the URL to your video.
Your videos will not be posted or shown to anyone other than those who are involved with the hiring process. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Circulation Desk at 208-496-9522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.