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Position Title: Document Delivery / AIP Assistant
Position Number: 00019405
Summary:Works with teams in both the Document Delivery Services (DDS) and the ALF Internal Processing (AIP) departments. Processes requests, which includes verifying the accuracy and availability of items requested; determining the accuracy of bibliographic information; maintaining production quotas; resolving or referring problems as appropriate; corresponding with lending institutions; assisting in the retrieval of items from the shelves; updating electronic records; and packing material for transport. Assists with supervision of temporary employees by participating in the hiring and training process; assigning and overseeing daily work; and assisting in scheduling, correcting, and evaluating. Helps patrons or other units locate materials, explains policies, resolves request errors/difficulties, and refers users to other information sources. Acts as back up to other assistants in related duties.
Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. One year of library experience. Knowledge of library procedures and resources; ability to process detailed work accurately; strong computer skills, including familiarity with e-mail, Internet applications, database searching, and working knowledge of word processing, database, and spreadsheet software; ability to effectively organize tasks and manage time; demonstrated problem-solving abilities; ability to pay attention to detail and follow established guidelines; ability to maintain a high level of productivity; ability to perform tasks independently as well as work as part of a team; excellent oral and written communication skills; and good interpersonal skills.
Physical Requirements: Ability to retrieve items from the stacks, which can involve lifting, stacking, pushing, pulling, bending, etc. Repeatedly climb stairs to communicate with patrons and other library departments
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