The primary purpose of this position is coordinating the receipt of library materials for the Acquisitions unit, including cataloging books with LC copy. This includes: receiving and unpacking materials; verifying shipments; bibliographic record preparation; physical processing; withdrawing materials from the collection; and serving as a back-up for other acquisitions unit staff. Orders requested materials, processes serials and newspapers, and pays invoices when other staff are unavailable.
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This position catalogs all media types including DVDs and audio recordings and will catalog other more advanced formats such as scores and provide original cataloging of special collections items. They will be cross-trained to catalog electronic formats such as streaming videos and eBooks, also cross-trained for other formats such as items for the CMC such as children’s books and textbooks. This position will also catalog digital collections in CONTENTdm. They will provide monthly catalog maintenance including upload holdings and authority control work. This position will use several resources for their work including OCLC Connexion, Sierra and MarcEdit. They will also occasionally provide instruction cataloging complex formats such as audio-visual materials and scores.
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The Dean is the chief administrative and academic officer of Hunter Library, a unit within the division of Academic Affairs, and a direct report to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. The dean provides strategic, financial, and managerial leadership in executing the functions of the position. The Dean works collaboratively and collegially with faculty and with academic leadership, including other deans, to advance the mission and function of Hunter Library.
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This position is the Executive Assistant to the Dean of Library Services. The person in this position provides administrative support to the Dean by managing and maintaining calendars, scheduling and coordinating meetings, serving as a point of contact for customers and stakeholders, and drafting of internal and external communications. This position also assists the library building coordinator and serves as the liaison with Facilities Management. These liaison duties include coordinating meetings, projects, and service outages with Facilities Management, composing and submitting work requests for the library, and communicating with building occupants about facilities issues. The Executive Assistant is responsible for building access and security, maintaining keys to the building, and keeping the records/key inventory log for the library. The Executive Assistant serves as the Library’s liaison with Human Resources for timesheets, leave management, and library faculty and staff recruitment activities. Recruitment duties include working with hiring managers on job descriptions and job postings, monitoring and reporting on the status of searches, coordinating the logistics of candidate visits. The Executive Assistant plays an important role in the library faculty AFE/TPR process by maintaining confidential files for library faculty, providing documentation as needed, and ensuring that folders contain all the appropriate information to be submitted to the Office of the Provost to meet established deadlines. This position occasionally assists with event logistics and catering. The Executive Assistant position maintains customer confidence by showing discretion and keeping information confidential.
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