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Under the direction of the UVU Assistant Library Director for Library Systems and Technical Services, participates in developing, interpreting, and implementing policies and programs related to the growth and acquisition of library collections and access to information in all formats. Provides assistance to faculty members, other staff and students in research, curriculum, and instruction in academic program planning.
Graduation from an accredited ALA library college or university with a master’s of Library Science degree is required. Additional graduate study and/or professional experience in library science or related fields and computer-related library operations helpful.
Graduation from an accredited ALA library college or university with a Master of Library Science degree (MLS) or equivalent is required, as well as a minimum of 2 years professional, supervisory experience in a library setting. Additional graduate study and/or professional experience in library science or related fields and computer-related library operations helpful. Some evening and weekend hours required.
Knowledge of current library trends and innovations, especially those relating to bibliographic control and library resource management.
Knowledge of acquisitions, serials and cataloging processing protocols and procedures.
Knowledge of acquisitions, serials and cataloging tools and the standards that governs each.
Knowledge of SirsiDynix Symphony or similar ILS.
Knowledge of OCLC “Connections” software.
Knowledge of computer skills (PC & Mac) and desktop software applications.
Skill in communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Skill in acquisitions, serials and cataloging processing protocols and procedures.
Skill in planning and implementing new technologies in areas of resource management.
Skill in applying principles of descriptive and subject cataloging rules.
Skill in reading and interpreting bibliographic records.
Skill in customer service.
Ability to apply library materials selection theory and tools for assigned subject areas.
Ability to exercise leadership and provide direction.
Ability to exercise considerable, reasonable and independent judgment and discretion.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and public.
Ability to work independently and with teams.
Ability and willingness to adapt to new procedures based on library needs and remain flexible.
Ability to bend, stoop and reach.
Ability to lift and carry up to 30 lbs.
Ability to push fully loaded standard library book cart.
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