Library Assistants are responsible for providing excellent patron service while working at the circulation desk, shelving materials, or performing other tasks. Library Assistants should be patron-centered, service-oriented, detail-conscious, and willing to assist with a wide variety of library responsibilities. They work under the supervision of library administrators and are guided in their duties by circulation desk supervisors.
Retirement Plan (ND PERS)
Holidays (Must be scheduled 10 hrs. per week or more)
Retirement plan (Must be scheduled 20 hrs. per week or more)
Depending on Experience.
Hours vary, will discuss with applicant. (Includes some weekends)
Excellent customer service skills
General computer and library knowledge
Willingness to learn
Ability to work independently
Must be comfortable working with children
Must be open to exchanging the occasional weekend or evening shift
Ability to multi-task
Must be detail oriented
Must be dependable
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Check materials in and out.
Shelve returned items.
Assist patrons with computer use, including e-mail set-up, internet searching, and office programs.
Assist patrons with e-reader devices and other technologies.
Help patrons with office equipment, including photocopier and microfilm reader/printer.
Assist with information requests, using in-library materials and other resources, including the internet.
Provide help with local history and genealogical requests from both local and non-local patrons. Take and verify inter-library loan requests.
Other duties as assigned.