[Access-ip] Job Posting: New York University
Kimberly A Sweetman
kimberly.sweetman at nyu.edu
Fri Jun 29 17:21:09 CDT 2007
The Division of Libraries at NYU is currently seeking a Library Privileges/Access Services Supervisor to supervise the day to day operations of the Library Privileges unit, including staff development, scheduling and coaching. Reporting to the Associate Curator/Head Access Services, you will ensure adherence to policies and procedures, respond to and resolve complex/non-routine requests, and in the absence of other supervisors (circulation, stacks, reserves) oversee all aspects of the unit. Key responsibilities also include designing and maintaining databases using software packages (i.e. MS Access) and producing statistical reporting on Library Privileges usage and other special projects. Working in a team-based environment, this position is responsible for three Access Services desks (Circulation, Course Reserve and Library Privileges) during evening hours and may participate in projects related to Circulation Services, Course Reserves, Stacks Maintenance and/or Interlibrary Loan as well as Library Privileges.
To qualify, you must possess a Bachelor's degree and at least 2 years' relevant experience in a customer or public services environment and experience with staff supervision or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The successful candidate will have excellent oral and written communication skills, excellent customer service skills, the ability to multi-task and work with a diverse population including students, community patrons and academic scholars, and the ability to work variable shifts (including evenings and weekends). Library public service experience and knowledge of integrated library system and/or experience working with bibliographic data are preferred.
Application and resume must include a cover letter that reflects how your experience fits the position description.
For more information about working at NYU and to apply, visit our website at:
Click on “External Applicants,” “Search Openings,” and select 6110BR in the “Keyword Search” field. When asked “How were you referred to NYU?” please select N2. We accepted online applications only. NYU is an EO/AA employer.
Kimberly Burke Sweetman
Head, Access Services
Author of _Managing Student Assistants_
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