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Position Title: Serials Binding and Maintenance Coordinator
Listing Number: 12129
Position Number: 00018939
Manages the preparation of library periodical and serial issues for binding by overseeing the collection and collation of unbound issues into volume units to be sent to the Libraries’ commercial bindery. Responsible for the daily maintenance and management of current unbound periodicals and newspapers shelved in the Kent Cooper Reading Room. Process all bibliographic changes identified in the serials acquisition unit including title changes, cessations, and merged titles for all serial formats and languages.
High school diploma or GED and one year of library experience. Knowledge of library procedures and resources; Good oral and written communication skills; Good interpersonal skills; Ability to process detailed work with accuracy; strong organizational skills; demonstrated problem-solving abilities; ability to effectively organize tasks and manage time; and knowledge of standard office systems including e-mail, internet applications, database searching, and working knowledge of computer and word processing/database/spreadsheet software. Ability to move heavy book trucks and carts up to 50 lbs.; ability to lift bindable units of unbound periodical materials up to 25 lbs.; ability to sit and work with keyboard/monitor for extended periods.
Position Title: ALF Internal Processing (AIP) Assistant
Listing Number: 12192
Position Number: 00021479
Coordinates and participates in daily operations of the ALF (Auxiliary Library Facility) Internal Processing (AIP) operation. Includes assisting in the retrieval of items from the shelves; barcoding material and updating copy holdings records; stabilizing and packing materials; resolving a variety of problems encountered during unit operations; maintaining production quotas; training and overseeing the work of temporary employees. Drive the Libraries truck for pickup and delivery of materials across the Bloomington campus.
High school diploma or GED and one year library experience. Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University. Knowledge of library procedures and resources; knowledge of standard office systems including e-mail, Internet applications, database searching, and strong computer skills including MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, and Excel). Ability to process detailed work with accuracy; strong organizational skills; and ability to coordinate multiple projects and priorities. Demonstrated problem-solving abilities; ability to pay attention-to-detail and follow established guidelines; ability to effectively organize tasks and manage time; and demonstrated dependability and flexibility. Good oral and written communications skills; ability to work as part of a team; excellent interpersonal skills; and ability to maintain a high level of productivity.
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