|Position Title: Reference Coordinator (1796)|
|Position Number:||1796||Open Date:||11/8/2016|
|Department:||University Library||Close Date:|
|Salary Range:||$22.28 – $26.16/hr||Band:||Coordinator/Analyst B|
|Work Hours per Week:||35-Non-Exempt||Position Type:||Full-time Staff|
|The Reference Coordinator is a staff librarian, who provides high quality in-person and remote research assistance and instruction to all library users. S/he staffs the Research Assistance Desk three evenings during the business week and also on Sundays. This position provides reference and research assistance in the use of the online catalog, 500+ databases, and the print collections, in addition to training and supporting library users in the use of citation management software.|
|A Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. A Master of Library Science, Information Science, or similar degree from an ALA accredited institution is preferred.|
|This position is responsible for staffing the Research Assistance Desk for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening shifts (5:00-9:00pm) and Sunday shifts (1:00-6:00pm). The incumbent’s full work schedule includes: Mondays (10:00am-6:00pm), Tuesdays (1:00-9:00pm), Wednesdays (1:00-9:00pm), Thursdays (1:00-9:00pm), and Sundays (10:00am-6:00pm. The position is within the Division of Research, Teaching & Learning, and reports to the Associate Director, Instruction & Research Services.
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