$14.00/hour, part-time, 15-20 hrs per week, includes one evening and 2 Sat per month
Start date and process: Applications accepted through May 6th. Interviews begin the week of May 15th with an anticipated start date as soon as possible.
The Schoolcraft Community Library is a Class I library with a service population of just under 4,000. The library was first established as a community-funded entity in 1989 and continues to grow. SCCL is seeking a personable, enthusiastic individual to join us on our journey.
Library clerks form the backbone of SCCL and serve many diverse roles. Duties include but are not limited to:
Provide in-person or over-the-phone service to library patrons
Maintain a welcoming environment for all
Perform all circulation desk operations
Process library materials
Collect/negotiate monetary charges
Provide reader’s advisory and reference services
Provide computer assistance including but not limited to Microsoft Office, email, online searches, social media, and the library’s print management system
Assist patrons with electronic resources including Libby and Hoopla
Accuracy with mathematical computations, such as counting money and making change
Assist with programs as needed
Shelve library materials properly as well as sort and file alphabetically
Create signs and bulletin board displays
Other tasks as assigned
High School Diploma
Positive, proactive customer-oriented attitude
Excellent verbal communications skills
Strong attention to detail
Computer proficiency including Windows Operating System, Microsoft Word and Excel, web utilities including email and searching, social media including Facebook and Instagram Flexibility in scheduling including nights and weekends
Experience with 3D printing
Familiar with WordPress and Website maintenance
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
Ability to lift 30 pounds, stand for extended periods of time, kneel, and crouch
Frequent bending, lifting, reaching and stooping to select and shelve library materials as well as to set up and take down programming materials.
Visual acuity and physical skills necessary to retrieve materials from shelves, maintain library materials and operate library equipment and software