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New York, NY
Library Professional
New York, NY
MacGyver, Lueilwitz and Davis
New York, NY
Library Professional
  • Develops and communicates policies and strategies to lead the River Campus Libraries’ collection development and management program, which includes purchasing/licensing of resources, review and management of existing print and electronic collections, and shared collection agreements (retention, etc.)
  • Applies knowledge of and data about the university’s curricula and research to build collections that support the teaching, research and strategic priorities of the university community
  • Oversees annual review of material funds allocation using data-driven processes in consultation with the RCL Strategic Leadership Team, Head of Acquisitions, and collections librarians
  • Works closely with the Assistant Dean for Information Technology, Research, and Digital Scholarship to develop strategies to support new models for scholarly communication and publishing that will provide broad access to the work of faculty and students at the university
  • Advises on operational and compliance responsibilities relating to the lifecycle management of University records regardless of media or format. Performs business process assessments, recommending solutions to records management issues. Identifies records for retention or destruction using approved University records schedules, including identifying records that should be transferred to the University Archives, and participates in special records management projects, particularly those related to legacy issues
  • Stays abreast with trends and developments pertaining to collections in research libraries, publishing, and the broader ecosystem of scholarly communications
  • Works with collections librarians to develop and implement well-informed collection development, assessment and management strategies for their assigned disciplines
Philadelphia, PA
St Louis Public Library Foundation
Philadelphia, PA
Hills-Becker
Philadelphia, PA
St Louis Public Library Foundation
  • Friends of St. Louis Public Library, including; Tennessee Williams Society-leadership giving group and Young Friends of the St. Louis Public Library
  • Monitor and report on the effectiveness of Library Foundation marketing and events using various analytic and/or survey tools
  • End of Year giving campaign
  • Event planning Committees
  • Some evening and weekend work flexibility
  • Provide leadership, coordination, implementation, and oversight of all St. Louis Public Library Foundation annual giving programs
  • Manages all in-kind and paid media advertising
present
New York, NY
Library Information Associate
New York, NY
Effertz, Kihn and Bahringer
present
New York, NY
Library Information Associate
present
  • Provides customers with reference, technology and circulation assistance (in-person and online via chat, SMS and email), including locating library information, resources, materials and services; negotiating overdue accounts and answering billing and collections questions; and troubleshooting software, computers, laptops (including reimaging laptops), projectors and other emerging technology. Provides leadership including solving problems and making non-routine decisions using sound judgment, following through to solve public desk issues, and coordinating the work of and supervising student employees
  • Participate in open access initiatives, repository service development and digital projects; including promotion and marketing efforts
  • Assist with staffing The Desk, including nights and weekends
  • Train and oversee student employees supporting repository work
  • Utilizing multiple complex systems, responsible for accurately searching incoming Interlibrary Loan requests during scheduled and unscheduled shifts, facilitating customer access to materials owned and not owned by the University of Arizona Libraries
  • Manage manual and automated workflows for processing new publications, presentations, scholarly and creative activities from faculty, researchers and students to support the UA Faculty Publications collection, theses and dissertations, and other repository collections as directed
  • Trains students and/or assists in training staff in assigned area
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Kennesaw State University
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Skills Skills
  • Ability to frequently lift 10 to 15 pounds
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with both peer and subordinate personnel
  • Ability to develop and coordinate collection processes
  • Work effectively as either a leader or team member to insure that departmental goals are met
  • Superior organizational skills
  • Budget development
  • Selection and training
  • Fiscal and personnel management expertise
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Financial Library Developer Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ years of C++ development experience
  • 3+ years experience designing and developing high quality portable libraries
  • Solid understanding of data structures, algorithms, and C++ design patterns
  • Ability to communicate technical concepts and work well as part of a team environment
  • Contributions to one or more open source projects/frameworks covering generic or financial/numerical concepts such as Boost/BDE/Dlib/GSL/Quantlib/Eigen etc
  • An understanding of financial instruments and their pricing
  • Experience with a wide range of source control, build/test automation, static analysis, and continuous integration tools
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Configuration Management Library Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3+ years of experience with configuration management
  • Experience with principles, methods, and techniques used in configuration management support, including developing and maintaining CM library plan and procedures, enforcement of documentation version control, and conducting CM library audits
  • Experience with document management functions of SharePoint 2010 and 2013
  • Ability to be detail oriented and plan and manage documents and their configurations.​
  • Experience with QA
  • Experience with IT service management a plus
  • Possession of excellent problem-solving and organizational skills
  • ITIL Certification
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Coordinator, Videotape Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Sort, organize, enter metadata for, and shelve tapes and discs
  • Prepare media for shipments to off-site digitization or recycling facility
  • Track tape and disc shipments in and out of the NBC Sports facility
  • At least one (1) year experience, including internships
  • High School, Technical / trade school or college graduate
  • Prior sports experience and/or prior experience working on large sporting events as a tape coordinator, logger or runner
  • Sports knowledge and communication skills
  • Highly motivated & determined individual who works well under deadlines
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QCD Library for Intel Architectures Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be pursuing an MS or PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and/or Electrical Engineering
  • Must have at least 1 year of coursework/experience in the following
  • QCD based applications
  • Compiler
  • Vector ISA, SSE, AVX, .
  • Programming in C/C++
  • Experience in Computer architecture
  • Experience in performance analysis of parallel code and parallel hardware
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Integrated Performance Primitives Library Developer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Development and performance/power optimization of signal and image processing algorithms, computer vision and analytics algorithms for all IA32/Intel64 architectures (including to Intel Atomand Intel Quark SoC)
  • Development of draft documentation for developed functions,
  • Creation of whitepapers and articles demonstrating advantages and specific of developed functions usage
  • Working with internal business units on technical and implementation specific requirements
  • Engaging in internal activities related to long-term platform features and capabilities to support Computer Vision/Imaging/Signal processing requirements
  • Deep knowledge of IA32/Intel64/system hardware architecture
  • Strong skills in Digital Signal Processing andor Image Processing
  • Strong SW programming skills including C/C++, assembly, Windows*, Android* and Linux* operating systems
  • Experience in image or pattern recognition algorithms
  • Ability to effectively work with a cross geo team of engineers through planning, development, design, and delivering results
  • Strong knowledge of SW programming for Embedded OSes
  • Good verbal and written communication and presentation skills (English). Ability to present complex issues with clarity to drive decisions, self-motivated and self-directed
  • Proactive and organized, comfortable driving process and managing in a matrix organization
  • Comfortable with international travel and time skewed work days required for effective interaction with international development teams
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Library Marketing / Events Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain and manage North America exhibits, sponsorship schedule, branding, design, logistics, vendors, sales/marketing interaction accordingly
  • Coordinate all North America customer engagement programs: Library Advisory Board, summits, exhibit events, roadshows including logistics, onboarding, agenda creation with sales, internal/external communication, moderating and post event activities
  • Develop and conduct customer focused eLearning training programs via springer.com to promote customer satisfaction and usage resulting in renewal and revenue growth
  • Manage all library related springer.com website and programs
  • Strengthen brand awareness with quarterly market newsletter consisting of internal/external interviews, market tips, etc
  • Oversee creation and stock of North America sales collateral and giveaways
  • Prepare and maintain annual North America Marketing plan
  • Track lead generation and ROI for designated marketing campaigns via CRM on a monthly basis
  • Manage marketing project database
  • Coordinate and participate in regional sales meetings
  • Reports monthly on marketing activities and budget status
  • Determine and analyze specialized needs of strategic customers; partner internally and externally to deploy marketing actions to meet these needs
  • Collaborate and communicate with sales team to deploy actions that ensures and enhances value to customers
  • Develop relationships with customers and users to enhance company profile
  • Manage internal CRM solution as it pertains to library marketing and account development positions
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Intern, Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Learn to update and develop research guides designed to increase the efficiency of National Geographic business and editorial research. (20%)
  • Under the supervision of reference staff, practice basic reference skills and learn about policies, procedures, and services. (20%)
  • Work with the collection manager to shelf-read and shift selected areas of the collection, including books and maps. (20%)
  • Learn to provide basic cataloging of selected materials in our Library management system. (20%)
  • Create your own project based on your experience, talents and interests. For example, designing an instructional video, developing a class, building an online resource, etc. (20%)
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Loan Library Representative Resume Examples & Samples

  • Logging incoming new loans and respective collateral for each loan, on the library system
  • Responsible for filing loan and loan documentation coming into the library
  • Pull paid loan files for further processing by the payoff clerk
  • Acts as backup to the “Front Desk” position by answering phones, filling requests made by internal and external customers
  • Responsible for the completion of quarterly collateral audits
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Technical Services Assistant, Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Train, supervise, and schedule student workers who perform binding and physical processing of library materials
  • Assist with physical processing of materials in the bindery as needed
  • Check-in all processed bindery materials and move to circulation staging area
  • Preparation of all designated materials for commercial binder
  • Sort and organize gifts of library materials; prepare lists
  • Manage periodic library sales
  • Maintain periodical collection
  • Assist with catalog maintenance activities as required
  • Maintain inventory of binding and processing supplies; prepare lists of needed items
  • Perform bibliographic searching of publisher catalogs and related materials as required
  • Assist with management of library storage collection
  • Perform searches for replacement items from storage collection
  • Manage choral collection
  • Assist with miscellaneous office assistant tasks, including photocopying, scanning, faxing, etc
  • Assist with shelving and other reading room maintenance activities
  • Assist with miscellaneous special projects, as required
  • Prepare and revise procedure manuals and related documentation, as required
  • Assist with administrative support for the C.V. Starr Doctoral Program
  • Perform related duties as assigned to support the School and department operations
  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in music
  • Previous library experience
  • Knowledge of classical music, including the ability to read music
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to function efficiently within a busy and demanding work environment
  • Aptitude and affinity for physical processing of library materials
  • Strong commitment to library service
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Math Library Developer Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least 6 months experience in coding on at least one major software project in C++
  • At least 6 months experience in advanced data structures and algorithms
  • At least 6 months experience in debugging and problem determination
  • Basic knowledge in low level programming (e.g. assembly language, VHDL/FPGA)
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Cross Asset Derivative Library Quant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Implementation and integration of new models in the existing in-house cross asset C++ derivatives pricing libraries
  • Designing algorithms for the automatic and statistical validation of market data from Bloomberg contributors, their aggregation into composite sources, and their use in the calibration of curves, volatility surfaces and cubes
  • Improvements on accuracy and performance of existing pricing engines
  • Documenting and communicating these findings to internal and external clients as necessary
  • Ph.D in a technical discipline (mathematics, finance, physics, engineering or similar field) required
  • 3-7 years of exotic/hybrid pricing modeling experience and broad exposure to cross asset quant library design (extensive C++ experience is critical)
  • Strong knowledge of numerical techniques employed in derivatives pricing models (Monte Carlo, PDE, analytical)
  • Comprehensive knowledge of quant library architectures, including components such as market data objects, trade objects, models, pricing engines, risk engines
  • Strong team collaborator comfortable in a multi-developer environment with a facility for interacting with quants, IT groups and product managers
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Rtl Gun Library Mgr Resume Examples & Samples

  • Internal customer--service taking care of outfitters needs and giving them the tools that will make them successful
  • Marketing-- being proactive in the layout of the Library. Also working with the Internet Specialist as to what we post to achieve the highest potential in turns, both on the floor and online
  • Sales-- ensure you are legally able to purchase and possess firearms to ensure compliance of a firearms sales department
  • Must be able to place product on/off conveyor, trucks, shelving, etc
  • Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects
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Library Service Center Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervise the monitoring of multiple request queues; validate citations; locate items; retrieve and prepare items for delivery to Emory and GT campus libraries and other libraries via courier
  • Coordinate physical delivery of items to and from the Emory University and GT campus libraries and to other libraries; work closely with the ILL and access service librarians at Emory and GT campus libraries to process requests
  • Provide electronic delivery of items requested via document delivery and interlibrary loan; work closely with the ILL librarians at Emory and GT campus libraries to process requests
  • Prepare, receive, and process new and returning material into the LSC; ingesting new material includes tray assembly, sizing, labeling, accessioning, verifying and shelving of materials
  • Operate the LSCs shuttle to deliver and pick up items to and from the Emory University and GT campus libraries
  • Assist and monitor patrons with on-site use of and remote access to collections within the LSC
  • Perform other related duties as assigned
  • Education:Technical Diploma, Associates degree, or two years college course work or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Certifications:Valid Drivers License; must be able to operate and be certified on: Raymond 5600 order picker; Genie GS 4047 maintenance lift; a scissor lift; a pallet jack
  • Skills:This job requires a working knowledge of Microsoft office related computer applications, e-mail, and internet; ability to read and communicate in English in written and verbal form; excellent customer service skills; ability to analyze job duties and select best way of accomplishing tasks; ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative; ability to check own work for accuracy; demonstrated capacity for carrying out tasks in a timely manner; able to perform multiple tasks with frequent interruptions; attention to detail and the ability to organize and prioritize tasks to meet service metrics due to the necessity for both high quality and high quantity output; knowledge of warehouse and inventory systems, processes, and procedures; safe and courteous driving skills
  • Preferred Education:Bachelors degree
  • Preferred Certifications:Safety certifications on order pickers and maintenance lifts or other warehouse equipment
  • Preferred Skills:Skills preferred for this job include demonstrated ability to train co-workers on computer systems and/or facilities operational equipment; previous experience with high density storage software; ILLiad or other interlibrary loan software; inventory control systems; experience working in a team environment
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Animation Research Library Image Processing Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working knowledge of various image processing techniques
  • Working knowledge of machine learning and neural network algorithms
  • Working knowledge of Python scripting and C++ programming
  • Knowledge of animation production
  • Interest in learning information from large image sets
  • Interest in art or animation
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RTL GUN Library Outfitter Resume Examples & Samples

  • Cabela’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and we seek to create an inclusive work place that embraces diverse backgrounds, life experiences and perspectives. Cabela’s shows commitment to the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces by providing meaningful, challenging career opportunities where military skills and experience may be applied
  • Apply Online:www.cabelas.jobs
  • Applying for a posted position does not guarantee an interview. The Internal Transfer Policy applies
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Library Intern, Summer Resume Examples & Samples

  • All candidates must be available during the months of May through August
  • Resume must outline other internships, degrees earned, work experience, related clubs and organizations, current major course of study, expected graduation date and extracurricular activities
  • Preferred Junior or Senior-level standing
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Library Collections Technician Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participate in the evaluation, scanning, inventorying, and de-accessioning of the department’s circulating slide, video, 16mm, and picture collections
  • Participate in maintenance of archival still and moving image collections including inventorying, rehousing, and scanning projects
  • Assist Curator in maintaining digital image production work flow and tracking deadlines
  • Oversee filing, shelving, labeling, and repair of circulating departmental collections
  • Participate in acquisition of digital images and videos including entering and tracking orders and preparing items for circulation
  • Oversee circulation statistics of departmental collections
  • Participate in providing public service as needed, including relaying policies, receiving image orders and video purchase requests, assisting patrons locate images in ARTstor and the Picture Collection, circulating slides, videos, and 16mm film
  • Participate in the hiring, scheduling, training, and supervising of student workers and graduate assistants
  • Assist in fostering development of positive environment for diversity and inclusion for all employees and students in library environment
  • Propose policies and procedures associated with department services
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Classic Films Library Internship Resume Examples & Samples

  • Aid in re-categorization of Warner Bros. vast library of films released between 1930-1989 by genre and category
  • Work closely with the Supervisor, Inventory Management, to ascertain material and metadata information for Warner Bros. films and tv series
  • Screen various live action and animated series to ascertain quality of materials
  • Perform special projects and other related tasks as required
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Library Service Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordination of article/document supply service
  • Data management of a repository of centrally held articles and documents
  • Coordination and delivery of basic search services
  • Participation in departmental or cross functional team projects relevant to the role
  • Enterprise-wide training and the development of a variety of training materials
  • Evaluating new data sources and bibliographic resources
  • With colleagues, support internship and co-operative education activities
  • 30%: Coordination of Article/Document Delivery
  • Minimum: Bachelor degree and/or 2 years experience in corporate library services or archives, ideally within the pharmaceutical industry
  • Preferred: MLIS
  • Understanding of copyright law and licenses,
  • Familiarity with literature management, metadata standards, online catalogs and content systems preferred
  • Experience creating classroom and on-line training materials
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Lead, Library Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • 35%
  • Strategy and evaluation of processes, deliverables, and customer service
  • Employee mentoring, training, and evaluation
  • Perform complex searching and data synthesis projects
  • Evaluation of bibliographic resources and potential content sources
  • Develop and maintain knowledge of specific therapeutic areas, including disease state, therapies, and pipeline awareness
  • Participates in departmental activities and projects
  • Contributes to team initiatives and projects relevant to the role
  • Collaborates with other divisions, departments and functions throughout Shire
  • Revises, writes, reviews, and initiates SOPs as needed/required
  • With colleagues, manages activities of intern and co-operative learning opportunities c
  • Bachelors degree required (science discipline preferred)
  • Preferred: MLIS (or near completion)
  • At least 10 years of relevant industry experience
  • Experience searching online biomedical and health information resources required
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Library Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Contact manufacturers to source material samples
  • Research innovative materials for the library
  • Identify and catalogue material types such as polymers, natural materials, glass, ceramics, cements, metals and carbon-based materials
  • Provide administrative support to the Library staff
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PCB Library & Component Engineering Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for PCBCAD library creation using Cadence tool
  • Responsible for PCBCAD library check and library checklist maintenance
  • Deal with New Component Request from AMD global team
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Coordinator Materials Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Set up and maintain the materials library and work on continuously improving the setup and tools for the product creation teams
  • Ensure availability of fabric hangers and trim samples; re-order where necessary
  • Train and support cross-functional teams (Marketing, Design, Product Development) in using the materials library
  • Create working tools for cross-functional team (boards, display areas, material rings etc.)
  • Support the maintenance of relevant material information in respective adidas system
  • Organize supplier visits and other material related events
  • Provide general team assistance for the Materials Development team
  • Organize and coordinate meetings and appointments
  • Provide day-to-day administrative support to the Materials Development team, e.g. travel bookings, conference room bookings, office supply, data entry etc
  • Support the team with the creation of presentations or email communication
  • Basic product and material knowledge
  • Advanced communication skills, especially when interacting with different levels of business
  • Ability to cope with change
  • Ability to work independently or with limited guidance
  • Ability to accept and meet critical deadlines with good planning and organization skills
  • Fluent English (verbal and written)
  • Strong IT skills (e-mail, MS office, data base management experience is a plus)
  • At least 3 years of progressive work experience
  • College or university degree with a focus on fashion, textiles or apparel development, preferred
  • 0 – 2 years of experience within the Apparel/FW industry, preferred
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Ops Coordinator, Library & Archives Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist in the processing of new content submissions to the library including the documentation, and communication of discrepancies to the submitters
  • Perform User Acceptance Tests for the Alias database system and communicate bugs to the applications team
  • Degree in Library Science, Information Science, or equivalent work experience
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Familiarity with videotape formats and technologies
  • Strong analytical, organizational and strategic thinking skills
  • Demonstrate good judgment and be detail oriented. Must be able to work independently
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Memory & Standard Library Application & Solution Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Deliver high quality solutions, services and support to our external foundry customers and vendors on the memory/standard library design and design capabilities
  • Quickly ramp our first time customers and external eco-system partners to enable high quality and proficient design on Intel-based technology
  • Work with global development teams to define the design capabilities and solutions needed to deliver the most competitive solutions for our foundry customers
  • Improve overall quality of service to our foundry customers through enhanced technical documentation and efficient customer issue resolution processes
  • Bachelor, Master or Doctorate degree in relevant fields with 5+ years of experience in hands-on role in memory or standard library design
  • In depth understanding of product development on leading edge process technologies with a strong preference for hands on experience with Intel process technologies
  • Excellent communication skills for communicating and delivering training on design/process requirements to customers/vendors
  • Proven track record of uncompromising customer orientation to deliver leading-edge solutions
  • Ability to work effectively with matrix global teams in a variety of geographies
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Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least 7 to 10 years experience working in a library in a post-secondary institution
  • Superior organizational skills
  • Ability to frequently lift 10 to 15 pounds
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Library Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists with collections intake by establishing initial physical and intellectual control of incoming manuscript materials through arranging and rehousing this material, creating records in Archives Space, and other activities
  • Performs processing of archival and manuscript collections and assists with analyzing their organization, arrangement and preservation needs
  • Prepares descriptive tools for collections including finding aids and catalog records
  • Assists with the processing of print materials as needed.# Assists librarians with special projects
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Library Coordinator, Access Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Resource Sharing is responsible for processing course reserves as well as consortium and inter library loan items, making materials accessible to patrons in print and electronically
  • The Circulation Services Desk is responsible for maintaining a high level of customer service, checking in and out circulating materials and collecting and assessing fines on customer accounts
  • The shelving function of the department is shared among all staff and is fielded through the Check Out desk, where staff prepares carts with materials to be re-shelved In the stacks areas
  • Experience in a public or academic library or customer service environment
  • 1 year supervisory experience preferred
  • Willingness, availability and flexibility to work a combination of daytime, evening, night, weekend and overnight hours
  • Ability to work independently and diplomatically with patrons and library staff
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Library Supervisor, Access Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Customer service experience (preferably in a library setting)
  • Two years supervisory experience preferred. Significant personnel and operational management experience desired
  • Public or Academic Library experience desired
  • Willingness, availability and flexibility to work a combination of daytime, evening, night, weekend and overnight hours required
  • Strong problem solving and decision making skills based on sound reasoning and appropriate to library policies and procedures
  • Application of initiative and resourcefulness to help define and assess Access Services policy, procedures, and privileges offered, and to implement service improvements
  • Ability to give attention to detail
  • Using the English language, must demonstrate the ability to
  • Knowledge of Library of Congress Call number classification, or ability to learn
  • Working knowledge of word processing programs, electronic filing, and ability to learn variety of systems and software including BANNER, Voyager and Illiad
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Associate Head, Digital Library Initiatives Resume Examples & Samples

  • Leads the evaluation of opportunities to develop new digital services
  • Leads teams in the planning, development, and implementation of technical solutions
  • Oversees the professional development of technical staff
  • Participates in library planning, serves on library-wide committees, task forces, and teams
  • NCSU librarians are expected to be active professionally and to contribute to developments in the field
  • Supervisory experience; history of successful technical mentorship
  • Relevant professional experience applying systems analysis techniques to solve novel problems; ability to explore, evaluate, and incorporate emerging technologies
  • Server-side application development experience with one or more open source programming languages such as PHP, Python, or Ruby
  • Database development skills with systems such as MySQL and Solr
  • Demonstrated record of ongoing professional development
  • Experience developing and contributing to open-source software projects
  • Experience working in an academic library
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Library Circulation Desk Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Student worker will report to the Circulations Services Manager
  • Responsible for opening and/or closing the Library
  • Handle reserve items and other materials
  • Provide basic security by patrolling the Library and ensuring that patrons swipe ID cards upon entering the building
  • Assist faculty, staff and student patrons as well as visiting guest
  • Organize Library furniture
  • Report any Library maintenance, equipment and/or security issues
  • Become familiar with Library webpages
  • Monitor study rooms using Library LibCal System
  • Distribute/collect room keys and other material
  • Reliable, punctual and able to follow-through with tasks
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Undergraduate Library Student Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide security at the entrance near the America’s Cup Café
  • Assist patrons with computers, printers and scanners
  • Hourly library head counts
  • Troubleshoot printers, copiers, scanners and computers as needed
  • Assist at main Circulation Desk as needed
  • Miscellaneous errands and office task as assigned
  • Must have the ability and willingness to work evenings, weekends and scheduled exam times
  • Clear speaking voice and good communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others (students, staff, faculty, etc.)
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Digital Library & Web Archiving Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated experience working in an academic and/or library environment
  • Demonstrated experience contributing to community-based open source software projects
  • Previous work related to libraries, digital preservation and/or digital repositories,
  • Engineering on Web and/or Web archiving systems, within or outside the library domain
  • Expertise in designing, developing, testing, and deploying applications while adhering to best practices such as agile and test-driven software development
  • Strong communication skills with both technical and non-technical partners
  • Knowledge of application domain, such as digital libraries and web archiving
  • Thorough understanding of all aspects of software development life cycle and quality control practices, such as automated testing and test driven development practices
  • Demonstrated experience leading technical activities on structured team development projects
  • Ability to recognize and recommend needed changes in user and/or operations procedures
  • Strong understanding of Ruby and Ruby on Rails and Java
  • Successful participation and leadership in open source software development
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Digital Library Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree and five years of relevant experience, or a combination of education and relevant experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of a data-driven, service based architecture for an object-based infrastructure that includes hierarchical encapsulation and reuse from low level program classes to high level web-services operations
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and delivery of software that meets requirements for quality, scale, and robustness in a large-scale production environment, incorporating heterogeneous hardware (storage, network, servers), dealing with issues of persistence, caching, bandwidth, I/O, load balancing, etc. at a large scale (high volume, large files, many instances)
  • Working knowledge of or ability to adopt and apply agile software development practices and test driven development principles. Ability to understand best practices for software development, and an ability to introduce and reinforce application of those practices in a team environment
  • Demonstrated experience with, or capacity to learn, Ruby on Rails for application development and for engineering in an enhanced framework, including plug-ins, engines and gems
  • Prior experience in development support tools used in our environment is a plus: Git, Puppet, Tomcat, Capistrano, Hudson, JIRA, etc
  • Prior success in working in an academic environment; experience in the digital library community is a plus
  • Familiarity with digital asset management and repository-related applications
  • Experience contributing to community-based open source projects, including but not limited to those relevant to the Stanford Libraries’ digital library architecture
  • Knowledge of IT infrastructure and current standards, including designing and integrating multi-tiered system architectures; database design, performance, security and scalability principles; familiarity with data models and modeling techniques; enterprise service buses; web-services and service oriented architectures; federated network service; federated messaging models, object- and procedural-oriented programming languages and concepts, (including Java as a minimum requirement); familiarity with Unix and other host-based server environments; XML, XSLT, and SAML
  • Experience contributing to the successful development and operation of enterprise-scale information systems as reliable infrastructure, including hardware, software, middleware, and supporting human processes
  • Knowledge of server and storage architectures, systems and industry development. Expertise with current storage technologies and directions, including CIFS, NFS, DASD, NAS, AFS, and TSM
  • Knowledge of network architectures and protocols; experience in operating and integrating components of a multi-protocol data network, including remote-access services. Demonstrated ability in network design, including DNS, VLANs, and firewalls
  • Experience in information security concepts, issues and technique, and an advanced understanding in key management, certificates, encryption, cryptographic techniques, TLS, and SSH
  • Detail oriented, with a passion for good metadata
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Library Information Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage manual and automated workflows for processing new publications, presentations, scholarly and creative activities from faculty, researchers and students to support the UA Faculty Publications collection, theses and dissertations, and other repository collections as directed
  • Research publisher copyright agreements and licenses using tools such as SHERPA/RoMEO and publisher websites
  • Analyze and interpret policies to determine eligibility of items for deposit into the UA Campus Repository
  • Communicate with publishers, faculty authors, campus partners, and colleagues regarding policies and permissions
  • Acquire content for the repository, provide descriptive metadata to conform to local and international requirements and standards, and upload content into the UA Campus Repository
  • Administer quality control for descriptive metadata and validate content uploaded by submitters, including students, faculty and campus partners
  • Train and oversee student employees supporting repository work
  • Perform repository administrator functions such as setting up new collections, adding/removing permissions, customizing collection workflows and metadata schemas in consultation with colleagues, and creating statistical and usage reports
  • Participate in open access initiatives, repository service development and digital projects; including promotion and marketing efforts
  • Familiarity with or interest in issues in higher education
  • Familiarity with or interest in the scholarly communication process
  • Familiarity with or interest in open access initiatives
  • Experience using DSpace or another repository platform
  • Experience creating metadata for digital collection repositories in alignment with local and national standards and best practices
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Head of the John Miller Burnam Classical Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Optimizing our enrollment strategy
  • Investing in faculty
  • Leveraging our research
  • Re-imagining the student experience
  • Excelling in e-Learning
  • Leads staff in the development of a shared vision for the Classics Library, working closely with the Department of Classics. Oversees the implementation and assessment of initiatives that support the vision; and, analyzes and reshapes departmental services. Submits an annual budget request for the approval of the Classics faculty and the Semple Trustees. Creates service policies and collections in response to evolving and rapidly changing user needs
  • Provides strategic leadership and accepts and executes responsibility and accountability for collections, services, physical facilities, security, technology, departmental budgets and personnel
  • Responsible for the development, preservation, and maintenance of the extensive and world-renowned Classics Library collection. Develops this research collection in all formats, both currently and retrospectively, working closely with the Department of Classics. Works closely with other librarians to enhance information services in interdisciplinary research areas. Manages fund expenditures in assigned subject areas. Liaison with selectors from other OhioLINK institutions on statewide collection development matters
  • Interacts collaboratively, through attendance at national meetings and serving on national committees, with classical scholars and other Classics librarians worldwide on maintaining and developing collections and research resources
  • Leads organizational change working closely with the Associate Dean of Library Services. Fosters a respectful, creative, team-based, and entrepreneurial working environment in the Classics Library. Maintains an atmosphere conducive to learning, productivity, and job satisfaction for all staff
  • Provides reference, consultation, research and instructional services in an increasingly digital environment
  • Maintains services and access to the collection for visiting scholars, including the Tytus Scholars
  • Identifies, leads, and engages with transdisciplinary, digital humanities projects aimed at producing globally accessible collections and new modes of discovery, inquiry and scholarship and knowledge. Actively promotes and participates in new strategic endeavors, and digital content focused platforms and services, such as the digital repository, Scholar@UC (https://scholar.uc.edu)
  • Develops innovative services that transform learning and research. Delivers a broad array of instructional services including web content and resource guides. Promotes information literacy, including needed research skills in the discipline, through library instruction appropriate to the curricular needs of the Classics Library users, working collaboratively with both the teaching faculty and library colleagues
  • Participates in assessment and the evaluation of services as appropriate. Maintains appropriate statistics and records and prepares reports as needed
  • Master’s degree in library or information science/management or relevant graduate education or a comparable combination of education and experience
  • Undergraduate or graduate degree in Classics or related discipline
  • Demonstrated understanding of information needs of Classics scholars and the application of digital technologies to serving these populations
  • Reading knowledge of Latin and either Modern or Ancient Greek and one modern European language (French, German, or Italian) in addition to English
  • At least 3 years’ experience (research, instruction, collection development or other relevant experience) in an academic, special or research library environment
  • Demonstrated ability for strategic thinking, embracing change and new organizational structures, risk-taking, and working collaboratively
  • Strong commitment to innovative and responsive public service. Demonstrated ability to work independently and to contribute positively to a collegial team environment
  • Superior interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability and interest in fulfilling the university’s requirements for tenure and promotion. Commitment to professional growth and development
  • PhD in Classics or related humanities discipline
  • Fundraising and grant writing experience
  • Collection development experience with strong bibliographic verification skills
  • Demonstrated experience with the application of digital technologies to serving the needs of faculty and students in broad humanities fields
  • Additional modern European language skills with reading knowledge in French, German, Spanish or Italian
  • Knowledge, understanding and experience in digital humanities trends and applications
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Fall-library Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate presentations, displays and pickups with vendors
  • Schedule vendor presentations, displays and updates
  • Assist project teams with requests
  • Currently enrolled in an Architecture or Interior Design program
  • Ability to interact professionally with all levels of staff within the firm, clients and vendors
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Digital Library Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide technical support and for the systems and services used by the Office for Scholarly Communications as well as services provided to scholars to support open access policies and system infrastructure
  • Administer and enhance the Harvard open access digital repository
  • Develop and enhance software and websites
  • Evaluate both existing and emerging repository software for future development. Take ownership of new open access (OA) projects
  • Collaborate on projects with librarians, scholars, lawyers, and technologists across institutional boundaries
  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, information science or related experience
  • 3+ years hands-on, related applications development experience including developing, debugging, testing, implementing, and supporting database-driven websites
  • Experience with digital repository software (such as DSpace or Fedora)
  • Experience with team collaboration tools, version control systems, and application deployment
  • Experience using and developing APIs and microservices
  • Experience with database technologies (such as MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL)
  • Experience with at least 3-4 of the following technologies: python, php, javascript, flask, jekyll, drupal, html5, sass/scss, css3
  • Knowledge and experience with the Open Access (OA) movement, including mission, vision, goals, licensing, and how OA works at the university level
  • Specific knowledge of the Harvard Open Access model
  • Experience with library applications, technology, and standards, including relevant library open source efforts
  • Experience working with linked data, web APIs, and related standards and principles
  • Experience with Unix or Linux server platforms, related software, and basic system administration utilities
  • Familiarity with Java OR demonstrated aptitude and willingness to learn Java
  • Familiarity with authentication/credential systems such as Shibboleth, Active Directory, and/or LDAP
  • Experience with python, javascript, flask, jekyll, grunt, selenium, html5, sass/scss, css3, bootstrap
  • Ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with technical and non-technical staff, including faculty
  • Familiarity with Agile software development methodology, and accessibility standards and remediation
  • Familiarity with library metadata standards and bibliographic information structure
  • Knowledge of MVC web development frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails or Django
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Library ILL / DDS Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Student worker will report to the ILL/DDS Supervisor
  • Verify and fill incoming interlibrary loan requests for our library patrons, and process requests for materials from other institutions
  • Enter patron, book and document data into our ILL database
  • Communicate electronically and on the phone with Library patrons regarding their requests
  • Check status of overdue items, and notifying patrons of overdue books
  • Maintaining statistics for the department
  • Handle incoming and outgoing mail
  • Miscellaneous task such as faxing, scanning, copying, filing and errands as assigned
  • Hours available from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday (no weekends)
  • Handle and redirect incoming calls as needed
  • Detailed oriented, organized and problem-solving skills
  • Able to handle multi-tasking
  • Resourceful and able to work independently with little supervision
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Library Paging Supervisor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervises staff and/or student workers engaged in specialized library functions for a library unit, department, center or facility. Recruits, screens, hires and trains staff. Evaluates employee and/or student workers and provides guidance and feedback to assigned staff and/or student workers. Counsels, disciplines and/or terminates employees as required
  • Provides assistance to library patrons using electronic databases, electronic journals, and electronic reference materials within a tiered service environment. Assists patrons in identifying and locating appropriate discipline-specific and interdisciplinary resources, demonstrates search techniques, interprets results, and refers questions as appropriate
  • Develops and implements security related procedures such as office opening and closing routines, recognition of duress signals and key controls. Coordinates security activities with University Public Safety Department. Promotes and maintains standards for security conscious awareness and behavior. Maintains knowledge of University’s crime prevention and suppression programs and services. Ensures dissemination of security related information to staff
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Library Information Associate Update Resume Examples & Samples

  • Interlibrary Loan Borrowing Services
  • Processes complex interlibrary loan borrowing and document delivery requests from University of Arizona users. Requires a high level of problem solving, including interpreting policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated customer service skills including taking a proactive approach to meeting customer need, assisting customers, coordinating with peers in order to effectively meet customer need, and initiating effective interventions that result in customer satisfaction
  • Evidence of excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong interpersonal skills in developing and maintaining good working relationships
  • Strong problem solving skills, including the ability to identify, define and solve problems using resources within and outside the department
  • Previous experience and working knowledge of interlibrary loan processes and systems, including management systems (ILLiad, Docline, OCLC/Worldcat)
  • Ability to interpret information from various types of reference sources (i.e. library catalog, indexes, search engines) and extract data from these sources using various search criteria
  • Demonstrated organizational skills, including the ability to perform detailed work with attention to accuracy
  • Demonstrated ability to acquire and apply new technology skills
  • Demonstrated use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate a service including assessing the service for efficiency, effectiveness and meeting operational goals
  • Demonstrated ability to direct the work of others
  • Ability to evaluate individuals based on established expectations and goals
  • Ability to work with diverse people and serve a diverse population
  • Ability to follow through, multi-task and prioritize
  • Ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team
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Library Information Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates primary activities in a major library unit
  • Participates in cross-functional, regularly recurring, complex assignments such as cataloging, reference, document delivery or vendor relations
  • Trains students and/or assists in training staff in assigned area
  • Participates in decision-making assignments on cross-functional teams
  • Initiates problem solving by facilitating group efforts at process improvement, coordinating and facilitating meetings, making formal and informal presentations and collecting data based on technical expertise
  • Collects, enters and reports data as assigned
  • Participates in selection and developmental review committees
  • Must be available to work a non-traditional work schedule which includes evenings and weekends
  • Experience providing front-line customer service to library users in person and via phone and email
  • Experience opening and closing library following established procedures
  • Ability to enforce library policies regarding food, noise, and behavior
  • Proficiency completing special projects such as shelf reading as assigned by librarians
  • Familiarity with maintaining inventories of library supplies and materials
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Library Services Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collection management
  • Link resolver, discovery service, and document delivery vendor maintenance
  • Metadata and taxonomy development
  • E-content creation, maintenance, and strategy
  • User experience design and usability of library systems
  • Marketing, communications, and outreach initiatives
  • Information analytics, visualization, bibliometrics, and workflow
  • Currently enrolled in a Masters in Information Science or related degree program at a university within the U.S
  • Eligible candidates must be returning to school to continue program of study following the summer internship
  • Strong interest in corporate/special libraries
  • Ability to work well in a team-based environment
  • Work or assistantship experience in a library or information center
  • Knowledge of library information resources, tools, and delivery methods
  • Understanding of information organization principles and searching behaviors
  • Experience working with Microsoft SharePoint
  • Undergraduate degree/background in a scientific field
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Library Bar-assistant Server Resume Examples & Samples

  • To report for duty punctually, in full uniform according to appearance and grooming standards
  • To promote and maintain a positive working relationship at all time with all the Colleagues of the Library Bar and Royal York Hotel
  • To demonstrate a complete understanding of the Library Bar policies, procedures and set service standards as outlined in the Royal York Colleague Handbook
  • To demonstrate a complete knowledge and understanding of all steps of services and duties and perform them to the set standards as out lined in the Job Task Checklist
  • To assist all Guests (internal and external) with any inquiries or requests in a pleasant, helpful manner
  • To follow all of safety and sanitation policies when handling food and beverage
  • Attend pre-shift, weekly and monthly meetings to continually improve the guest’s experience
  • To understand how to operate all the equipment used in the outlet
  • To actively participate in all health and safety procedures for the Library Bar and Hotel
  • Carrying out any miscellaneous duties and responsibilities as requested by your Manager pertaining to total quality service delivered in the Library Bar
  • Smart Serve training program certification an asset
  • Must be age of majority to serve alcoholic beverages
  • OTEC certificate and asset
  • Flexibility with shifts dependant on business demands
  • Willingness to learn new concepts and ideas
  • Physical Aspects of Position (include but are not limited to )
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Library Information Specialist Senior Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience working in a Circulation and/or Information Services Department, preferably in an Academic Library
  • Customer service experience at a high volume Service Desk
  • Demonstrated knowledge of supervisory experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of library research methods and tools (e.g., online catalog, electronic databases, etc.)
  • Experience working with computers (both hardware and software i.e., printers/scanners and Microsoft Office products)
  • Experience troubleshooting and determining workarounds for technical issues
  • Experience with Customer Accounts and Cash Handling
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Intel Math Kernel Library Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Mathematics (PhD
  • PhD in Computer Science, Engineering or Mathematics (Master's Degree
  • 2+ years of experience using Intel software development tools (compilers, Intel
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Digital Library Architect Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Math or related field; three years of software development experience; and product management or business analysis experience OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
  • Familiarity with current and emerging trends in digital library technologies and infrastructure
  • A good understanding of current trends in metadata and digital preservation
  • Expertise architecting and implementing enterprise web applications with modern frameworks such as Ruby-on-Rails
  • Evidence of capacity for professional development, involvement, and contribution
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; as well as analytical and organizational skills
  • Experience with Hydra, SOLR, Fedora Commons and related digital object repository technologies
  • Experience working on Open Source software projects
  • Experience with version control, test-driven development, continuous integration techniques and other development best practices
  • Experience with Linux/Unix operating systems, including scripting
  • Demonstrated expertise in existing and emergent content and storage management standards and technologies
  • Familiarity with digital library standards, such as MODS, Dublin Core, IIIF, PCDM, PREMIS, OAI-PMH, ISO 16363, etc
  • Experience working within a large academic or research institution library and evidence of successful execution of large-scale projects with said context
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Component Library Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelors in Electrical / Electronics
  • 2 ~ 5 years of relevant industrial experience in design and development
  • Good knowledge of PWA/PWB design techniques. Experience in signal integrity and EMI/EMC
  • Experience in the following areas with relevance to board design
  • Digital and analog circuits involving FPGA/CPLD designs
  • ADC, DAC, Memories, Power circuits for digital designs. Knowledge in DSP would be an added
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Library Circulation Student Supervisor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated supervisory experience
  • Demonstrated computer literacy with word processing, spreadsheets and communication software such as email
  • Proven track record with handling complex procedures from beginning to end
  • Exhibit strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Possess strong communication skills in English
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Library Professional Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works with collections librarians to develop and implement well-informed collection development, assessment and management strategies for their assigned disciplines
  • Provides guidance for collection librarians in communicating with academic departments about collection-related issues
  • Oversees the purchasing and licensing of large and/or interdisciplinary resources
  • Plans joint purchases with other UR libraries (medical library, music library) and with other institutions as appropriate
  • Participates with academic departments and library colleagues in accreditation studies of UR academic departments
  • Develops librarians’ competencies in communicating with faculty and others about new models for scholarly communication and publishing, such as open access
  • Participates in and contributes towards RCL and University committees, meetings, and events
  • Contributes to the profession through active participation in conferences, associations, research, writing, etc
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Library / Archives Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support the day-to-day activities of the on-campus library (circulation, retrieval, cataloging, reference services, collection development, and systems cleanup)
  • Assist with the development of our in-house DAM system
  • Assist in the creation of metadata for a large and continuously growing digital archive
  • Assist with the organization of controlled vocabulary terms unique to Blizzard games
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Library Circulation Services Desk Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervise undergraduate and graduate student employees within the Circulation Services Department during evening and weekend hours as assigned
  • Report any library maintenance, equipment, and security issues
  • Close the library
  • Handle Reserve Collection items, lending technology items, and other materials
  • Process library materials using WMS library automated system
  • Provide basic security by patrolling the Library on regular rounds and ensuring patrons swipe Stevens ID cards upon entering the building
  • Assist students, faculty, and staff with computers, printer/copiers, and scanners
  • Organize the library furniture
  • Miscellaneous office tasks as assigned
  • Become familiar with library website content
  • Monitor study rooms using LibCal system
  • Distribute and collect study room keys and other material
  • Follow and implement established policies and procedures of the University and the Library
  • Commitment to excellent customer service is critical
  • Fluency in English language with clear speaking voice and good communication skills
  • Friendly, approachable demeanor
  • Ability and willingness to work evenings and scheduled final exam periods
  • Supervisory experience preferred but not necessary
  • Reliable, punctual, and able to follow-through with tasks
  • Detail-oriented, resourceful, and organized
  • Ability to work well with others (students, faculty, staff, colleagues)
  • Experience using MS Office
  • Knowledge of library operations/systems preferred but not required
  • Ideal candidate should reside in Hoboken or have a personal vehicle
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Reserves Assistant & Evening & Weekend Supervisor Library Ser Resume Examples & Samples

  • Full proficiency in all technical aspects of work assignments including a thorough knowledge of circulation and reserves policies and procedures and applicable work methods
  • Ability to interpret circulation and reserve unit policies and procedures and apply them accurately in performing work functions, as well as the ability to evaluate procedures and recommend changes
  • Working knowledge of University and Library policies and practices associated with the ethical use of and access to library and on-line resources
  • Basic knowledge of national standards and guidelines pertaining to libraries, including working knowledge of relevant standards pertaining to copyright and intellectual property protection and the ability to source and apply such policies and standards to avoid potential violations
  • Full proficiency in the use of automated library system(s) and subsystem(s) pertaining to circulation and reserves
  • Demonstrated ability to compile and present information in an organized manner
  • Effective communication and interpretive skills to be able to assist in resolving patron problems and complaints, assess patron information needs, and orient and guide patrons in use of library resources
  • At least two years of work experience in reserve services, circulation, or a related area of library operations
  • At least two years of experience working with an industry standard integrated library system (ILS), including the ability to interpret, modify and verify library records in the ILS
  • Experience providing basic technical support to users needing help with computers, printers, photocopiers and other types of equipment commonly found in academic libraries
  • Experience providing direct customer service to a diverse population ranging from professionals to individuals new to the university
  • Experience working with next generation library systems such as Sierra from Innovative Interfaces Inc., or Alma from Ex Libris
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Library Circulation Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience with direct interaction with patrons
  • Demonstrated computer literacy with word processing, spreadsheet, and communication software such as email
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Able to apply judgment in choosing procedures and evaluating alternatives
  • Demonstrated ability to perform detailed tasks accurately and efficiently
  • Demonstrated ability to be flexible and work well under pressure
  • Record of excellent attendance
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Digital Library Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evidence of a Master’s degree in information science, library science, information systems or related field and 2+ years work experience in an academic or research library, museum or archive
  • Experience with Python, Ruby, or Java programming languages, API development and integration, and MVC frameworks such as Django or Rails (2 years)
  • Experience with Unix or Linux server platforms, related security practices, and basic system administration utilities
  • Experience collaborating with technical and non-technical staff to develop creative technology solutions
  • Demonstrated knowledge of library applications, technology, and metadata standards, such as the RDF data model, semantic web design principles, indexing and search platforms, and data exchange standards
  • Experience with collaboration tools, version control systems, and best practices for planning team-based technical projects
  • Experience in commitment to team collaboration, problem-solving, time and deadline management, and fostering a positive work environment
  • Interest in hardware-software interfaces, 3D printing and robotics technologies, and basic electronics principles
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DO NOT Apply Sparc Library Test Resume Examples & Samples

  • Actively support the completion of Sub-Advised clients compliance reporting. Demonstrate sound judgment and attention to detail in reviewing material. Over time, provide high-level knowledge in the areas of investment compliance, ethics, regulatory reporting, etc., that are covered in such reporting
  • Actively participate in processing investment compliance errors according to the Error Policy. Assist in the recordkeeping, communication and overall finalization of errors
  • Support the Proposal Services Team and Client Services Group by responding to inquiries related to due diligence questionnaires, new business inquiries, annual questionnaires and ad-hoc requests. Work with Asset Management Compliance colleagues to customize responses for client facing documents
  • Assist in the review of compliance policies and procedures
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Library Circulation Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience working in an academic or law library, or the equivalent
  • Ability to utilize online catalog
  • Public or customer service experience; and
  • Ability to shelve books accurately and assist with collection maintenance
  • Flexibility to work evenings or additional hours as needed
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Library Preparation Sales Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Focus on providing a full sample to answer solution for new and existing customers
  • Working closely with existing territory account managers and sales specialists to drive sample prep sales with each instrument sale and ensuring a rapid “time to implementation” of new sample preparation solutions
  • Execution of an average of two technical presentations each week on the Library Preparation portfolio, applications and/or workflow
  • Supporting and training customers on assay design and the use of DesignStudio to accelerate adoption of targeted sequencing. Support activities will include checking unsuccessful designs submitted by customers
  • Conducting post-installation system reviews with customers within 1 month of installation to define whether any further assistance is required
  • Monitoring consumables usage rates across desktop system install base and implementing corrective action at sites where usage is low
  • Organisation and execution of User Group Meetings in collaboration with field marketing and Customer Services
  • Working jointly with Marketing Technical Specialists to coordinate local collaborations and share information with Regional Marketing Manager
  • Escalation of technical issues to Technical Support for resolution
  • Developing and maintaining positive relationships with customers in assigned territory
  • Representing the company professionally, ethically and morally at all times, adhering to Illumina's Values
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Library Information Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Use computer, computer software, keyboard to process requests
  • Receives, processes and prepares library and non-library material for circulation that are received from faculty for course reserve
  • Interprets and enforces library and university policy and procedures; interacts appropriately with library users and refers problems to a higher level
  • Circulates library material utilizing an automated system and provides reserve and directional information
  • Works at a service desk and makes appropriate referrals
  • Communicates orally (in-person and on the phone) and in writing (print and electronically) with diverse student, faculty, and staff populations
  • Retrieve material from floor level to 7 feet high and move frequently from a sitting to standing position
  • Lift up to 25 pounds and maneuver 100-pound book trucks
  • Academic library experience
  • Experience working at a Circulation and/or Reserve Unit
  • Experience working with computer hardware (e.g. printers, scanners)
  • Experience with software programs (e.g. Word, Excel, Access)
  • Experience with library automotive system
  • Experience working with the public at a high volume service desk
  • Experience with the Library of Congress Classification System
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Library Information Specialist Senior Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assisting library users, utilizing knowledge of library services and resources; provides interpretation of policies and may recommend potential alternative solutions or exceptions
  • Providing intermediate research support and guidance to library users
  • Assist library users with circulation needs such as checking out materials, returning materials, renewing and requesting materials from other ASU Libraries
  • Providing technical assistance to library users and colleagues as needed
  • Maintain the supplies for the library and place regular orders for the supplies for library use
  • Performs, and oversees processing of some library material, including creating bibliographic records in the library’s online system
  • Demonstrated knowledge of library policies and procedures
  • Experience in using an integrated library system, e.g. Sierra
  • Information/reference experience in an academic library
  • Circulation experience in an academic library
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Library of Congress call number classification system
  • Demonstrated knowledge of working with a variety of application software, i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat
  • Experience working independently as well as ability to work effectively within a team environment
  • Experience in working directly with the public in a service environment
  • Evidence of effective communication, both verbal and written
  • Experience in meeting deadlines
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Library Assistants Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support the provision of an effective service for customers including issuing, returning, renewing and reserving items. This could be via self-service or at the desk. This will include moving books and emptying book return bins
  • Support customers via the “Ask a Librarian” online chat service helping to resolve basic library queries and referring those which are more complex
  • Participate in library service Working and Project Groups
  • Assist with the effective operation of soft binding and laminating equipment
  • Collect data to inform decision making for library operations
  • Carry out a range of administrative tasks
  • Ensure that the University Library Service Regulations are observed
  • Liaise with other parts of the library service, other departments and Academic Schools to fulfil service needs
  • Basic numeracy and literacy (NVQs or GCSEs) or equivalent relevant experience
  • Proven ability to communicate information, both orally and in writing, to a wide range of people
  • Proven ability to deal with referred requests, solve problems using initiative and know when to refer more complex queries
  • Demonstrable commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), with a willingness to participate in training activities, including IT
  • Knowledge of electronic resources e.g. e-books, electronic journals and databases
  • Knowledge of mobile technologies
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Digital Library Internship Spring Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current enrollment or recent graduation from a library, information
  • Interest in digitization in cultural heritage settings
  • Ability to perform diverse and complex tasks with accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment
  • Ability to work successfully in a production-oriented environment
  • Ability to direct the work of others
  • Working knowledge of historical research methodology and experience with standard bibliographic tools
  • Creativity required
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Library Services Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Thorough knowledge of and ability to interpret overall library policies and procedures and an in-depth knowledge of library operations, policies and procedures pertaining to assigned functional area, including solid understanding of individual work functions and the ability to adapt work procedures
  • Working knowledge of library collection and its organization, as well as classification schemes. Demonstrated expertise in creating and correcting bibliographic records
  • Thorough knowledge of external on-line databases, system and resources, including the ability to perform complex on-line searches
  • Thorough knowledge of institution’s and library’s policies and practices associated with the ethical use of and access to library and on-line resources
  • Working knowledge of national standards pertaining to library operations, including a thorough knowledge of institutional standards pertaining to copyright and intellectual property protection and the ability to interpret and apply them, as well as explain them to patrons, to ensure compliance
  • Demonstrated expertise in using library automated system(s), especially subsystem(s) pertaining to the functional area, including database maintenance
  • Ability to investigate and research more complex problems, including analyzing and interpreting information
  • Working knowledge of library accounting and budget procedures and allocation processes, and ability to apply this knowledge to assist in handling vendor accounts and the budget process
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to be able to prepare internal library reports and written and visual presentations on library resources and present them to library patrons, including students
  • Thorough knowledge of all aspects of lead work direction including assisting in employee selection, training employees in new work procedures, assigning work, organizing work flow and establishing priorities, reviewing work, providing input to performance evaluations and promoting teamwork to optimize effectiveness. Working knowledge of campus human resource practices and payroll procedures
  • Strong organizational skills to oversee and lead work flow in assigned area
  • Experience providing lead work direction to staff and students
  • Experience in library organizational structures and key functional operations
  • Experience scheduling multiple service points in a complex organization
  • Experience performing a variety of Library staff duties, such as circulation, reserves, interlibrary loan, and public service
  • Experience working in a fast paced, high-pressured, public services role such as institution of higher education or similar complex organization
  • Experience explaining library policy and assisting users with informational queries
  • Full proficiency in the use of integrated library systems and subsystem(s)
  • Experience with cash management and confidential information
  • Proficiency in standard features of office support technology and standard software packages such as Microsoft Office
  • Ability to organize workflow and supervise student employees
  • Ability to solve complex problems and exercise initiative and judgment as appropriate
  • Ability to participate in planning and implementing the library's strategic plan and to demonstrate qualities of cooperation and leadership, as well as be innovative and adaptable
  • Ability to resolve problems and discrepancies, do research, develop and improve procedures, and prepare materials
  • Ability to remain flexible and perform multiple tasks simultaneously and accurately in a busy, noisy work environment
  • Ability to remain calm during emergencies
  • Ability to train others in tasks requiring various skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to interact effectively with people at a public service desk, on the telephone, or using other forms of communication technology
  • Ability to use accessibility software, computers, network printers
  • Knowledge of the classification schemes used in the library (Library of Congress, SuDocs)
  • Knowledge and understanding of User Services and how it fits into the overall mission of the Library
  • Ability to work successfully and collaboratively in a diverse work environment
  • Completion of coursework or degree in higher education
  • Comprehensive knowledge and skills in several of the following library-related systems; Interlibrary Loan management software, cashiering management software, CMS (Common Management System), and LMS (Learning Management System, such as Blackboard)
  • Letter of interest (Cover letter)
  • Current curriculum vitae/resume
  • Three (3) references who can speak to a broad range of candidate's professional qualifications (including name, title, and telephone number)
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Assistant Library Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists the Library Administrator in administering a region
  • Supervises subordinate managers in a region or specialized system-wide services
  • Reviews and analyzes capital project and refurbishment proposals to provide financial input on service needs
  • Plans and oversees the use of funds derived from dedicated tax revenue
  • Prepares Board Letters, delegated authority agreements, correspondence, written reports, and special assignments at the request of the County Librarian and Executive Management
  • Assists in administrative functions such as budget preparation and control, personnel selection and development, and facility operations and maintenance
  • Recommends new or expanded library services, materials collections, and facilities within a region or service program
  • Assists in formulating , developing and implementing departmental goals, objectives, programs and policies
  • Responds in writing or verbally to sensitive or controversial inquiries or complaints
  • Leads or participates in departmental committees
  • Prepares regular reports regarding services, programs and operations
  • Assists the Head of Technical Services by directing the acquisition of new, additional and replacement copies of books and periodicals for use throughout the Library
  • Visits libraries within region regularly, and other agencies
  • Directs the classification and cataloging of library materials for use throughout the Library
  • PlanS, develops and coordinates a major department-wide service such as Collection Development or Youth or Adult Services
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Library Information Specialist Senior Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience with library circulation or billing
  • Experience in performing detailed assignments and maintaining low error rate
  • Experience collecting monies, negotiating fines and reconciling daily accounts
  • Evidence of effective communication skills
  • Public service experience
  • Experience in supervising
  • Personal computer experience
  • Experience in working independently with multiple responsibilities at a busy service desk
  • Academic library experience, preferably in Circulation or Reserve units
  • Experience with Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat Pro and other office
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Ops Coordinator, Library & Archive Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conduct research in the Library database to identify content required by the business and curate results for presentation to the business
  • Catalog new content submissions in library database and assist Library Supervisor in the review of cataloged content
  • Assist library patrons with content requests and coordinate with the Digital Library team to ensure timely request fulfilment
  • Fulfill videotape requests and communicate delivery timelines to library patrons
  • Ensure assigned library projects are completed within defined time frame
  • Conduct location based inventory reports of the physical archive
  • Document suggested enhancements for the library in relation to metadata changes, and tape workflow needs
  • Work with library team on physical asset purge research and removal of assets from the database
  • Perform UAT tests for the Alias database system and communicate bugs to the applications team
  • Familiarity with production and digital technologies
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, follow-through and communication skills, including both oral & written
  • Familiarity with Viacom Networks current and past content
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Library Information Associate, Senior Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for management of 17-18 part-time student employees. Demonstrates leadership, supervision, and performance management skills in managing student employees. Part of this responsibility includes budget development/management and demonstrating effective communication with various individuals (i.e. desk staff, supervisors and accountants) to ensure tasks are performed correctly
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced/multi-tasking environment prioritizing tasks and responding positively to unanticipated changes while exhibiting follow through and flexibility under demanding circumstances. This involves the ability to work proactively and constructively to identify, define and solve problems with customers and colleagues within the unit and library-wide
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, including evidence of excellent initiative, organizational and time management skills; evidence of the use of good judgment and solid analytical and problem-solving skills with ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision
  • Experience recruiting, hiring, scheduling, training, approving payroll, developing and tracking wage budget
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively on the design, development, delivery and assessment of customized Fine Arts reference instruction, train groups and individuals, whose learning styles, levels of academic preparedness, and backgrounds vary greatly in effective use of library resources and research tools as well as experience evaluating individuals based on established work expectations
  • Experience providing public and reference services (in-person and virtual), utilizing the reference interview process to determine customer need, in an academic, research or large public library. This involves understanding the research and references process as well as a broad understanding of various types of reference sources (e.g. library catalog, indexes, search engines, print resources) and their appropriate uses
  • Experience gathering and analyzing internal and external data (both qualitative and quantitative) and knowledge of advanced data collection and information research methods, including the knowledge of specialized data analysis software (e.g. NVivo, SPSS, LibAnalytics, Excel and Qualtrics)
  • Strong knowledge of issues and trends in Fine Arts including knowledge of a variety of automated library systems, record interpretation and software utilized in academic libraries as well as skill in applying critical thinking to planning, implementing and continually improving the Libraries’ Information, Reference & Referral services in Fine Arts
  • Skill in facilitating meetings and delivering presentations
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Library Technology Developer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems or a related field required
  • Advanced degree in library science, information science, or a similar computing intensive field strongly preferred
  • Working knowledge of web development tools, languages and frameworks, including: Apache/HTTP, HTML, Javascript, CSS, PHP/Zend Framework, MySQL / Oracle, Ruby/Rails, Java/Jetty/Tomcat, XML / XSLT
  • Working knowledge of version control and collaboration tools such as Git or Subversion
  • Working knowledge of Linux administration
  • Ability to work independently on programming and technology implementation projects
  • Ability to listen to and act upon the needs and suggestions of others, in support of user-oriented systems design and development
  • Excellent analytical skills to support problem solving, systems analysis, software functional specification, and debugging
  • Excellent writing skills for the preparation of clear, user-oriented documentation
  • Ability to set priorities, exercise flexibility in meeting objectives, effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously, and adjust as circumstances change
  • Capacity for strategic analysis of technology trends
  • Personal leadership through example coupled with ability to work collaboratively with colleagues in a results-driven, team-oriented environment
  • Meets organizational competencies identified by the library
  • Knowledge of desktop, mobile and server-based computing platforms and operating systems, including Mac/PC, Android/iOS, and Linux
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Digital Library Research Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to define and solve logical problems for technical applications
  • Basic knowledge of software engineering principles
  • Strong knowledge of at least one programming language
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Digital Library Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience developing web applications and middleware using Ruby on Rails and javascript
  • Experience with software development best practices in an Agile environment, including comprehensive unit testing, use of git version control, sprint-based work cycles, and continuous integration and deployment of code using Capistrano and Puppet
  • Experience with the design and development of API-driven middleware and services, including RESTful interfaces, JSON, message queuing, and idempotent transactions
  • “Full stack” development experience, including data modeling and database design, security best practices, network and load balancing concerns, caching techniques, load testing, and replication / geolocation strategies
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Digital Library Software Engineer & Architect Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new technologies and programming tools
  • Strong understanding of data design, architecture, relational and graph-based databases, and data modeling
  • Thorough understanding of all aspects of software development life cycle and quality control practices
  • Demonstrated experience leading activities on structured team development projects
  • Knowledge of digital preservation, digital repositories, and relevant open source projects highly desired
  • Knowledge of Ruby and Ruby on Rails strongly preferred
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Library Information Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Physically retrieves library materials from the stacks, and the Reserve collection and hold shelves
  • Performs all duties associated with the circulation of library material
  • Uses the Libraries online system to provide a variety of services to users including checkout/in, loan policy, directional and referral both in person and by the telephone
  • Interprets and enforces Circulation/Reserve policy
  • Uses good judgment and problem solving skills when independently interacting with university faculty, staff and students as well as the general public
  • Provides instruction on use of the ASU Libraries online catalog and how to access Electronic resources and online databases
  • Processes material being placed onto/removed from Reserve
  • Processes items on hold for users
  • Will shelve/retrieve material from shelves from floor level to seven feet high requiring climbing library ladders or stools
  • Independently performs all essential functions and, as required, any other non-essential related duties
  • Independently oversees and coaches student workers during evening and weekend shifts
  • Due to the nature of all library positions, specific duties and responsibilities are constantly evolving and are reviewed and may be changed as needed
  • Experience with collaboration / evidence of work in a team environment
  • Experience in exercising independent judgment and initiative
  • Experience working with the public at a busy service desk
  • Supervisory Experience
  • Academic library experience, preferably in a Circulation or Reserve Unit
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Outlet Supervisor, Library Bar Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervise the F&B Outlet team in all aspects of the department and ensure service standards are followed
  • Maximize revenues by upselling and following budget guidelines
  • Handle guest concerns, reacting quickly and professionally
  • Balance operational and Colleague needs
  • Have full knowledge of all menus and promotions
  • Ensure Colleagues have full knowledge of all menu items, garnishes, contents and preparation methods being served in the Food & Beverage Outlet
  • Follow all safety and sanitation policies when handling food and beverage
  • Responsible for the day to day operations of the Bars and Lounges
  • Develop and monitor the highest standards of service and quality in the bars and Lounges
  • Ensures company and departmental service standards, proper set-up, appearance and cleanliness are maintained
  • Participate in monthly forecast and budget preparation
  • Develop and implement promotional activities in the bars and Lounges
  • Ensure all staff are observing liquor laws and practicing responsible alcohol service
  • Active participation in the Environmental “green” committee and encouraging all staff to participate
  • Active participation in the health and safety practices of the hotel and department
  • Facilitate departmental training programs
  • Co-ordinate POS system for programming and maintenance
  • Constant guest contact to reinforce department strengths and weaknesses
  • Communicate groups/conventions that are in house and any other Public Relations/
  • F&B related news
  • Willingness to work varying shifts
  • Previous Food and Beverage leadership experience required
  • Previous Point of Sale system experience required
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Window applications required
  • University/College degree in a related discipline preferred
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to work cohesively as part of a team
  • Ability to focus attention on guest needs, remaining calm and courteous at all times
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Library Information Associate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to work independently under minimal supervision, demonstrating organizational skills, initiative, use of good judgment and solid analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated customer service skills, including the ability to work with diverse people and serve a diverse population, as well as taking a proactive approach to meeting customer need, coordinating with peers in order to effectively meet customer need, and initiating effective interventions that result in customer satisfaction
  • Ability to deal with difficult customer interactions and work with outside departments to follow university policies and procedures in reporting building incidents and criminal activity
  • Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills, including interpersonal skills in developing and maintaining good working relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced/multi-tasking environment, responding positively to unanticipated changes while exhibiting follow through and flexibility. This involves the ability to work proactively and constructively to identify, define and solve problems with customers and colleagues within and outside the department
  • Ability and willingness to learn new skills as the work environment and customer needs change
  • Skill in interviewing customers regarding reference service and sources to better understand customer need
  • Broad understanding of various types of reference sources (e.g., library catalog, indexes, web-scale discovery services, search engines, virtual and print resources) and their appropriate use, including understanding the differences between primary and secondary resources
  • Experience providing reference assistance and knowledge of and skill in usage of various research methodologies
  • Demonstrated use of Microsoft Outlook and Office Suite (current version) and knowledge of specialized software (e.g., AutoCAD, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Cloud Products, N6 or SPSS)
  • Familiarity with library technology, including demonstrated skills in troubleshooting hardware, software and equipment, and ability to acquire new technology skills (e.g., Virtual Reality, 3D or other makerspace technology)
  • Skill in managing a service, including organizing, training and supervising the work of others and experience in coaching and mentoring
  • Experience utilizing integrated Library and Course Management Systems including record interpretation (e.g., Innovative Interfaces, Ex Libris and Desire2Learn)
  • Previous experience and working knowledge of issues pertaining to circulation and specialized library areas such as Fine Arts, Music, Science-Engineering, Health Sciences, Special Collections and Archives
  • Process Improvement, Cost and Systems Analysis, and Project Management skills and experience
  • Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis
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Information Consultant Scotiabank Library Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for acting as day to day webmaster and assisting in the ongoing management of the Scotiabank Library Services intranet website
  • Maintains and updates content on the intranet site and related applications
  • Troubleshoots any issues that may arise
  • Contributes content to existing delivery platforms (i.e. intranet site, LibGuides, Scotiabank Live)
  • Contributes to the Knowledge Management initiatives in the Library
  • Works within Sydney Plus, the Library's automated software application to ensure data integrity, clarity and ease of use
  • Actively shares knowledge, skills and expertise with other Library and Scotiabank employees
  • Tracks and analyzes customer usage of Scotiabank Library Services services
  • Gathers data, creates and distributes statistical reports on customer usage of Library resources and services including
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Library Sales Consultant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Create and implement sales strategies and tactics for the territory
  • Plan and attend customer meetings, prioritize opportunities and efficiently follow through all stages of the sales cycle to conclusion
  • Maximize sales through identifying customers’ needs, matching Gale products to those needs, preparing and delivering sales presentations, writing proposals and closing sales
  • Represent Gale at key industry events such as conferences, exhibitions and trade shows
  • Cultivate and maintain extensive product knowledge of a large and growing product list
  • Provide detailed sales reports and maintain customer and sales information via CRM systems
  • Uncover opportunities and solicit information from academic librarians, subject librarians, academic teaching staff and researchers through effective questioning and listening
  • Work closely with the rest of the sales team and with other departments such as marketing, customer services, customer care, sales support and product development by offering market feedback and intelligence
  • College degree level with significant field sales experience - consistently hitting plan
  • A customer-focused attitude with a consultative approach to selling
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage relationships between key stakeholders such as academics and librarians
  • The ability to communicate with all levels of personnel both internally and externally
  • Flexibility to adapt sales approach to suit the customer and product
  • Strong organizational skills with an enthusiastic and self-motivated approach
  • Ability to absorb and maintain extensive product knowledge
  • Proficient MS Office skills
  • Field sales experience within the library market
  • Experience of and confidence in negotiating large contracts
  • Good understanding of the world of academia
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Library Theme Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Postgraduate/Professional qualification/NVQ 7 or equivalent experience (CILIP chartership/fellowship and/or a Library/Information qualification)
  • Sound professional knowledge and experience of the subject librarian role in a research-based University / Information Services-type environment, with specific knowledge of modern library support for post-secondary education
  • Excellent organisational, managerial and leadership skills with a track record in team management and contributing to the development and implementation of strategic priorities
  • Experience of initiating, leading and managing successful projects at a strategic and detailed level
  • Understanding of pedagogies and learning processes with proven competence in developing teaching materials and delivering courses, both face-to-face and online
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal, including a proven ability to communicate detailed and complex information
  • Evidence of ability to explore customers’ needs and adapt the service accordingly to ensure a quality service is delivered
  • Evidence of an ability to forge successful working relationships across teams and groups; to liaise with academic colleagues in Schools at a high level and to work in cooperation with contacts outside of the organisation
  • Proven experience in dealing with diverse and challenging problems, including researching issues and creating new solutions where no prior precedent exists
  • Evidence of ability to plan the work of a team over time, reacting to changes in workload and strategic direction of the University Library Service
  • Desirable Criteria
  • Postgraduate library & information qualification/CILIP Chartership
  • Appropriate additional vocational qualifications e.g. PGCE, PG Certificate in University Teaching, or willingness to undertake a qualification
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Library Annex Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Must have a valid driver’s licence and reliable transportation
  • Must be able to lift up to 100 lbs. and push carts weighing up to 300 lbs
  • Must be certified to use a mechanical lift or be willing to become certified
  • Must have the ability to be trained to use technology and library-specific software
  • Must be able to diagnose and solve basic technical issues
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PDK Library Developer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree + 6-7 years of experience
  • Master's Degree + 5-6 years or PhD + 3-4 years
  • Basic knowledge of device physics and circuits
  • Strong experience using the Cadence Design Environment
  • Basic experience developing automation and scripting
  • Experience developing parameterized cells (Pcell)
  • Knowledge of Assura or Calibre DRC language
  • Strong experience using SKILL programming language
  • Experience using a GDS layout viewer
  • Basic knowledge of semiconductor processing
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Code Replacement Library Software Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Proficiency with C++
  • Proficiency with object oriented design
  • Proficiency with algorithm development
  • A bachelor's degree and 3 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree) is required
  • Familiarity working with compiler technology (Intermediate Representation, Abstract Syntax Tree, etc.)
  • Experience delivering high-quality and maintainable commercial software within a large scale code base
  • Experience with MATLAB/Simulink is a plus
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Library Services Solutions Architect Resume Examples & Samples

  • Use specific industry, product and technical knowledge to aid sales in prospect meetings with an objective to better qualify, properly position and help close Iron Mountain Library Services opportunities
  • Network with the Library and Archives community to promote Iron Mountain Library Services
  • Present solution overviews of Iron Mountain Library Services
  • Understands the Iron Mountain internal operations processes and how they are implemented for Library Services customers
  • Answer product questions regarding Iron Mountain Library Services
  • Answer sales teams questions regarding Iron Mountain Library Services
  • Support RFPs and RFQs regarding Iron Mountain Library Services
  • Sales rep follow up and sales support on Library Services opportunities
  • Aid Sales process development for Library Services solution
  • Provide Sales process and high level product training on Library Services
  • Provide Solution configuration recommendations, product pricing, quote/schedule/contract/SOW creation, modification and support
  • Gather and share intelligence on market trends, industry trends and competitors
  • Attend relevant Library and Archives conferences and marketing events to create and advance opportunities
  • Support and educate cross functioning teams such as marketing, sales enablement, legal, contracts, operations, support, channels, product management to aid in Library Services business growth
  • Skilled in Track pipeline progress through SalesForce and produce reports for sales leadershipwith the ability to track progress and produce reports
  • Strong verbal and written are mandatory
  • Previous experience in one or more
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Faculty Associate Office of the Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Embraces innovation
  • Is an effective communicator and eager collaborator
  • Is a versatile yet goal-oriented colleague
  • Employs a consultative approach to planning, implementing and delivering projects and initiatives
  • Is an advocate for integrating technologies within the context of teaching and learning to advance scholarship across disciplines
  • Evaluating records for preservation and retention - some may be fragile and need careful handling, repair or conservation
  • Arranging the acquisition and retrieval of records
  • Liaising with donors and depositors of archives, both internal and external to the organization
  • Preparing record-keeping systems and procedures for archival research and for the retention or destruction of records
  • Cataloguing collections and managing information and records
  • Responding to personal, telephone, email and written enquiries from members of the public and other users
  • Advising users on how best to access, use and interpret archives, often through internal training courses
  • Facilitating remote access by maintaining user-friendly, computer-aided search systems
  • Arranging exhibitions, talks and visits
  • Producing teaching materials
  • Facilitating training sessions on archival procedures
  • Bidding for funds and managing section budgets
  • Identifying ways of protecting and preserving collections
  • An understanding of the research process as demonstrated by academic or work experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of issues related to data curation and management
  • Familiarity with current scientific data and metadata conventions
  • Familiarity with federal funding requirements for data management
  • Demonstrated experience working collegially with faculty, staff and students
  • Strong service orientation, technical skills and problem-solving abilities
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Library Service Asst Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strong service orientation and demonstrated ability to work well with colleagues and the public
  • Familiarity with library operations and automated library systems
  • Good judgment and the ability to work independently
  • Dependable and reliable
  • Ability to respect the privacy of library patron and their information
  • Familiarity with standard office productivity software (e.g. MS Word and Excel)
  • The ability to work flexibly, as functional needs in the unit may require shifting from one task to another at short notice
  • Ability to retrieve books from the stacks, push loaded book trucks and lift books and packages up to 40 pounds
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Library Supervisor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage the delivery of a consistent and high quality service at all times by ensuring staff adopt a customer focused approach and meet the agreed standards for presentation and behaviour. Ensure a safe working environment for all the users of the premises through daily inspections, adherence to the Carillion DWB policy and monthly Safety Advisory Groups Liaise with the Rota manager to ensure that the site is open and available to the public at the agreed published times and that all sickness absence and annual leave is reported and monitored. To have overall responsibility for the management of the administrative, and financial procedures necessary to support the effective operation of the service, including the collation of daily and monthly statistics, banking and building issues and IT issues. To deliver daily team brief and toolbox talks as appropriate To liaise with the Stock Team over stock requirements, direct deliveries and Collection HQ procedures Ensure staff in the libraries complete stock tasks such as receipting of direct deliveries and completing Collection HQ tasks in an appropriate time frame. Be responsible for the recruitment, training and support of volunteers Ensure libraries are meeting library audit standards Ensuring all events run smoothly as well as services. Ensure that the services available are appropriate to the needs of members of the community, including those who are not currently library users. To work with the Development Managers to support literacy and reading development through the organisation delivery of services that promote reading, learning and library use, by adults and children. Manage and oversee the performance of staff ensuring that  staff are trained accordingly to perform their job roles  appraisals and one-to-ones are carried out regularly  appropriate targets are set to achieve the aims of the Service Plan  poor performance is addressed Welcome and encourage customer feedback and to seek to constantly improve services in response to the feedback received To check the documentation supplied by external contractors and ensure the work is carried out safely and to the required standard. Through regular monitoring ensure an up-to-date and complete set of compliance records is maintained on site which all staff know how to access Carry out duties in accordance with the Carillion equality and diversity policy The specific duties of the post may change from time to time as the service develops into different areas of provision without altering the nature of the post
  • § Experience of working in a local authority environment, with atrack record in delivering high-performing library and cultural services
  • § Proven ability to deliver effective programmes and activitiesincreasing customer satisfaction and levels of engagement with the service as a result
  • § Experience of driving service improvement through effectiveperformance monitoring
  • § Understanding of Safeguarding in a library environment
  • § Experience of budget monitoring
  • § Experience of partnership working
  • § Experience of managing staff
  • · Educated to A level or equivalent
  • · A satisfactory DBS check will be required
  • · ICT skills to ECDL standard or equivalent
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Library Supervisor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage the delivery of a consistent and high quality service at all times by ensuring staff adopt a customer focused approach and meet the agreed standards for presentation and behaviour
  • Ensure a safe working environment for all the users of the premises through daily inspections, adherence to the Carillion DWB policy and monthly Safety Advisory Groups
  • Liaise with the Rota manager to ensure that the site is open and available to the public at the agreed published times and that all sickness absence and annual leave is reported and monitored
  • To have overall responsibility for the management of the administrative, and financial procedures necessary to support the effective operation of the service, including the collation of daily and monthly statistics, banking and building issues and IT issues
  • To deliver daily team brief and toolbox talks as appropriate
  • To liaise with the Stock Team over stock requirements, direct deliveries and Collection HQ procedures
  • Ensure staff in the libraries complete stock tasks such as receipting of direct deliveries and completing Collection HQ tasks in an appropriate time frame
  • Be responsible for the recruitment, training and support of volunteers
  • Ensure libraries are meeting library audit standards
  • Ensuring all events run smoothly as well as services
  • Ensure that the services available are appropriate to the needs of members of the community, including those who are not currently library users
  • To work with the Development Managers to support literacy and reading development through the organisation delivery of services that promote reading, learning and library use, by adults and children
  • Manage and oversee the performance of staff ensuring that
  • Staff are trained accordingly to perform their job roles
  • Appraisals and one-to-ones are carried out regularly
  • Appropriate targets are set to achieve the aims of the Service Plan
  • Poor performance is addressed
  • Welcome and encourage customer feedback and to seek to constantly improve services in response to the feedback received
  • To check the documentation supplied by external contractors and ensure the work is carried out safely and to the required standard
  • Through regular monitoring ensure an up-to-date and complete set of compliance records is maintained on site which all staff know how to access
  • Carry out duties in accordance with the Carillion equality and diversity policy
  • The specific duties of the post may change from time to time as the service develops into different areas of provision without altering the nature of the post
  • Experience of working in a local authority environment, with atrack record in delivering high-performing library and cultural services
  • Proven ability to deliver effective programmes and activitiesincreasing customer satisfaction and levels of engagement with the service as a result
  • Experience of driving service improvement through effectiveperformance monitoring
  • Understanding of Safeguarding in a library environment
  • Experience of budget monitoring
  • Experience of partnership working
  • Experience of managing staff
  • Educated to A level or equivalent
  • A satisfactory DBS check will be required
  • ICT skills to ECDL standard or equivalent
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Student Work Study Library Course Resources Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Have completed the 2016-2017 FAFSA
  • Be continuously enrolled as a learner during their appointment as a work study library curriculum & instruction assistant
  • Agree to a commitment through June 2017
  • Transfers links into course materials forms
  • Locate contact information for website owners
  • Send website link permission requests, using standard templates
  • Monitor incoming permissions and update tracking spreadsheets accordingly
  • Attends all scheduled meetings
  • Time management skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Basic familiarity with Capella University Library resources
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Library Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Primary responsibility: perform basic research for business, patent, and technical information
  • Manage library website using Libguides CMS interface
  • Manage the circulation process using EOSi integrated library system
  • Provide Document Delivery support as needed
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Library Information Systems Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain the library's serial collection
  • Perform reference duties to Ecolab employees as needed
  • Catalog incoming materials (InMagic Genie/Presto)
  • Assist with processing archival items (photos, correspondence, Ecolab publications, etc.)
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Research Associate Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work in a cross-center team for a leading financial advisory and asset management firm
  • Work would involve a combination of quick turnaround same day (few hours) and medium sized (few days) research requests
  • Will work on different databases across industries
  • Identify and structure client problems, devise a solution, and carry out research
  • Direct interaction with Investment bankers in the US and Europe
  • Will be exposed to multicultural fast-paced environment
  • Fluency in English language is a must – advanced or native speakers only
  • 0-2 years’ work experience
  • Experience in research
  • Knowledge in databases such as Factiva, Thomson is preferred
  • Ability and flexibility to work in shifts
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Library Entrance / Exit Attendant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrated excellent attendance, punctuality, diligence, flexibility, and reliability in support of public service operations
  • Experience working in a busy public service setting
  • Demonstrated strong communications skills in Eng