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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

P/T - Librarian, St. Paul's School of Nursing (NY)

PT Librarian Position (Staten Island, NY)

Saint Paul's School of Nursing, an Education Affiliates school, is seeking a part-time Library Resource Center (LRC) librarian to work up to 28 hours per week between the hours of 5PM-10PM Monday-Friday and 9AM-1PM, Saturdays for $20.00 per hour. Schedules may change depending on the needs of the LRC. This person assists the LRC Manager with locating resources, printing documents, and other duties as required. This is a part-time non-exempt position. Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to
·         Current enrollment or completion in an American Library Association Masters of Library Science Program. (ALA-MLS).
·         Familiarity with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint.
·         On-going usage of electronic databases, The Internet, and social media.
·         Professional attitude along with excellent communications and problem-solving skills. 
·         Ability to work frequently independently without direct supervision.
Preferred Qualifications:

·         Exposure to healthcare databases.
·          Cataloging print and non-print resources and adding to collection inventory lists.
·          Previous working experience in a library.
·          Knowledge of LibGuides and instructional videos using programs such as Jing.
·         Experience creating brochures and/or handouts for a library or an office.

·         Works as a team with the LRC Manager and work-study students on collection development and maintaining the resources in the LRC.
·          Abides by and enforces the policies of the LRC, college, and Education Affiliates.
·          Maintains good relationships with students, faculty, and staff.
·          Creates and maintains student printing accounts and ResourceMate circulation accounts.
Assists LRC Manager with printing and Campuslink accounts.
·          Presents, as needed, library orientations for new students and faculty.
·          Collects statistics on library usage.
·          Keeps LRC Manager informed about student computers and other daily developments.
·          Answers reference and research questions using print resources and or/online databases.
·          Catalogs new library resources and circulates library materials.
·          Works with LRC Manager to create PowerPoint presentations, brochures, and handouts.
·          Adds to LRC's libguides including LibraryThing catalog.
·          Coordinates with LRC Manager distributing and inputting data from National LRC's survey.