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PART-TIME LIBRARY ASSISTANT – ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT: (Lawrence Campus) 16 hours per week. Occasional evening and Saturday hours are possible. (One - academic year August 2014 – May 2015) grant funded position) Anticipated start date, August, 2014
This is a one-year (late August 2014 – May 2015) grant funded position at the Lawrence Campus of Northern Essex Community College. The Library Assistant will serve as a resource for students, answering questions and assisting them with technology related to their academic success. The Library Assistant will also work closely with faculty and students participating in the College Success Seminar on the Lawrence Campus, providing project and assignment assistance. The Library Assistant will serve as a technology resource for the professional librarians, assisting with and participating in library instruction for the College Success Seminar classes.
Bachelor’s degree, academic library experience or coursework in a library science program required. Currently enrolled library school students are encouraged to apply. Proficiency with Microsoft Office is expected, as is a working knowledge of Blackboard or another LMS platform. Interest in gaining hands-on library and classroom experience is highly desirable. The willingness and ability to work in a multicultural setting is a must.
Deadline Date: August 8, 2014
NECC is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply
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