Chief Librarian Branch Or Department Job Description Sample
Circuit Law Librarian - Support Services Department
Please Note: This circuit position entails working in multiple locations. The position will support the Law Library Services in Bristol, Norfolk, and Plymouth Counties and will require travel.
This position is designated as a union position and is covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with O.P.E.I.U., Local 6.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE MASSACHUSETTS TRIAL COURT
The Trial Court is committed to:
- fair and impartial administration of justice;
- protection of constitutional and statutory rights and liberties;
- equal access to justice for all in a safe and dignified environment with policies and practices that strengthen and support diversity, equity, and inclusion;
- efficient, effective, and accountable resolution of disputes;
- prompt and courteous service to the public by committed and dedicated professionals utilizing best practices in a manner that inspires public trust and confidence
DEPARTMENTAL MISSION STATEMENT
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE SUPPORT SERVICES DEPARTMENT:
The mission of the Support Services Department is to provide support for the administration of justice and public access to court services through the operation of the Judicial Response System, the Trial Court Law Libraries, the Court Service Centers, the Record Management operation, the Office of Court Interpreters Services, and the Office of Transcription Services.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE MASSACHUSETTS TRIAL COURT LAW LIBRARIES:
As the public law libraries of the Commonwealth, the Trial Court Law Libraries provide legal information to the Trial Court, legal community, and the general public. This library network strives to develop collections and services to address the legal reference, research, educational, and community information needs of library patrons. The staff are committed to facilitating timely, efficient access to their collections and services in an impartial and respectful manner.
ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE: https://www.mass.gov/orgs/trial-court-law-libraries
Working within the Trial Court Law Libraries of the Department of Support Services, the Circuit Law Librarian Performs professional library duties over a defined geographic area in the following areas: legal research and reference, cataloging, interlibrary loan, bibliographic services and acquisitions; assists Head Law Librarians in library operation; and may perform specific functions for the Trial Court Law Library system such invoice processing, collection development and maintaining a federal depository collection; performs related work as required. Employees are appointed at the entry level and are eligible for reclassification to the higher grade within this series consistent with the requirements in the job description. The position title reverts to the entry level of this series when there is a vacancy.
Work is performed primarily under the direction of the Director of Support Services and Manager of Law Libraries, or their designee, and is evaluated for professional soundness and conformity to policy.
Circuit Law Librarian I - This is the entry level position title within this series. Employees at this level are expected to perform standard professional library duties in the following areas: reference, cataloging, inter library loan, bibliographic services and acquisitions.
Circuit Law Librarian II - This is the second level position title within this series. Employees at this level are expected to work more independently and perform more complex law library functions, original cataloging, inter-library loan or collection development, or maintaining a federal depository collection.
Circuit Law Librarian I
Provides reference and information services to the clientele by responding to questions either in person or by telephone, locating and retrieving materials and assisting in legal research, by developing a comprehensive knowledge of legal bibliography and general reference sources.
Utilizes full knowledge of electronic databases and interlibrary sources, both legal and non-legal, to assist clientele in retrieving information needed.
Instructs library users in the use of library materials and equipment.
Adapts professional principles of cataloging, classification and indexing to the various components of the library's collection. Manages and maintains automated cataloging and classification through a national database.
Works with other librarians on system-wide projects.
Performs necessary tasks for assuring security, proper protection, care and presentation of library' materials, and
presentation of library' materials, and
Performs related duties as required.
Circuit Law Librarian II
Employees at this level are expected to work more independently and perform more complex law library functions, original cataloging, inter-library loan or collection development, or maintaining a federal depository collection.
Maintains proficiency in the current state of professional library theory, legal research and practice, by attending and participating in meetings, conferences, seminars and training sessions in areas of professional library management and legal reference skills.
Develops methods of bringing the library's resources and services to the attention of library patrons and other potential users.
Informs and makes recommendations to the Head Law Librarian on the development of the library and collection.
May train staff in aspects of library operation.
Implements directives of the Office of Court Management, and
In the absence of the Head Law Librarian, maintains the day-to-day library operations.
All applicants must be able, through the interview process, to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the following areas:
Ethics and Values
Communicates and demonstrates the ethics and values of the Trial Court and Trial Court Law Libraries as demonstrated in the American Association of Law Libraries.
Understands, upholds, and communicates the missions of the Trial Court and the Trial Court Law Libraries.
Demonstrates the core competencies and specialized competencies in the areas of library management; reference, research and client services; information technology; collection development, cataloging and teaching as outlined in the AALL Competencies of Law Librarianship.
Conducts oneself in a courteous and professional manner towards both Trial Court employees and the public whether in person, on the telephone or in an electronic environment.
Works with others cooperatively, including the courts, library and legal organizations and other agencies, demonstrating a willingness to be a team player, contributing to a work environment that focuses on shared departmental goals and maintaining effective working relationships.
Commitment to Diversity
Promotes an environment of diversity through understanding, respect, and positive communication with persons of varied racial, ethnic, economic, and cultural backgrounds. Conducts oneself in a courteous and professional manner towards everyone using the services of the Trial Court Law Libraries.
Demonstrates a commitment to continuously improving himself or herself through professional development and actively pursues continuing education.
These are the minimum requirements necessary to apply for a position of Circuit Law Librarian I:
Master's Degree in Library Science from an accredited library school and 1 full year of full time experience in a professional capacity in a law library;
Knowledge of theory, principles and practices of library science and law library administration, including current methods and procedures in such areas as collection development, cataloging and legal research and reference;
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively and respectfully with people;
Ability to work with judges, attorneys, court personnel;
Ability to use computer applications such as MS Office spreadsheets, text editing and publisher programs;
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both oral and written form;
Ability to reach with hands and arms, bend, crouch, lift materials weighing up to 30 pounds, and climb stairs;
Ability to travel within the Commonwealth and work at other Trial Court Law Library locations when necessary.
Circuit Law Librarian II requirements
Four years of experience as a Circuit Law Librarian I;
Performs all of the duties of the lower level position title within this series;
Comprehensive knowledge of AALL Competencies of Law Librarianship;
Comprehensive knowledge of legal bibliography and terminology and the use of complex legal resources and indexes;
Ability to analyze and solve complex problems relating to library practices and procedures;
Ability to gather, analyze and effectively report and present data and convey information;
Ability to use an integrated library system, other online systems and the ability to learn and implement new technologies as they emerge;
Ability to train and educate users on the use of library systems and legal resources in print and online;
Employment is contingent upon passage of a criminal record check.HOW TO APPLY: Applicants must apply by completing a Trial Court online application by clicking "Apply for this job online" button at the top of this page.
If you are not viewing this online, go to the Judicial Branch Jobs page at https://careers-trialcourtsofmass.icims.com/jobs and search for this job.PLEASE NOTE: Paper, faxed or emailed applications or resumes are not accepted for any Trial Court position. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Chief Of Recreation Center Operations - Department Of Recreation And Parks
Salary Range: $73,868 - $118,085
The Baltimore City's Department of Recreation and Parks (BCRP), Bureau of Recreation, is seeking a dynamic, results driven, goal oriented individual to support the executive team as a Recreation Manager "Chief of Recreation Center Operations". The incumbent will report to the Bureau Chief of Recreation.
Under the direction of the Bureau Chief of Recreation this position is responsible for the overall planning, implementation, fiscal control and operation of the City's Recreation programs and its staff. The Chief of Recreations Center Operations develops and manages a comprehensive, multi-dimensional, multi-cultural Recreation Program that serves all residents of the City of Baltimore. This position requires strong alignment with City of Baltimore's and BCRP's mission, values, and strategic vision, as well as demonstrated success, sound judgment and flexibility working in a complex, fast-paced environment.
Responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:
Provide leadership, supervision and oversee the operations of parks and recreation facilities including open spaces; community center programs including after-school, recreation, sports, aquatics, special interest classes, special events, excursions and activities; in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.
Oversee and monitor the day-to-day operations of the BCRP facilities and work with management throughout the city to ensure long-range people strategies, business goals, objectives and initiatives that best serve the agency's goals, consistent with the City of Baltimore's overall needs.
Direct and manage parks and recreations operations through district managers to assure the levels of service keeps pace with customer needs; prioritizes team projects and work assignments, monitors operations, reviews staff reports, and ensures that all public service issues are addressed and resolved.
Manages P&R operations; determines goals, objectives and priorities; evaluates progress toward achieving City goals; evaluates staffing levels, resource availability and service demands, and allocates resources to optimize budgeted funds; manages administrative activities including purchasing, budgets, contracts, utilities, programming fees, insurance, equipment supplies, and maintenance fees.
Represent the agency before government councils and commissions; non-profit providers on federal, state and local regulations; business, community and civic groups on programs and projects; inform these groups on major programs and policies and obtain their support for the department's activities.
Maintains a comprehensive knowledge of parks and recreation trends, standards, codes, and regulations through such means as attending seminars, conferences, reviewing professional publications and participating in professional organizations.
Maintains awareness of new technologies, philosophies and trends in parks and recreation; stays up-to-date on industry literature; maintains professional affiliations; and represents the City of Baltimore as an industry leader.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of business and public administration.
Knowledge of administrative practices and methods, including but not limited to Recreation and Parks program
administration, planning and budgeting.
Knowledge of standard office management methods.
Knowledge of organizational structure, staffing patterns and administrative controls.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to present recommendations clearly and concisely.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, State and Federal officials,
department managers, and community, business and related public groups.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
Ability to plan, organize and direct the work of others; ability to supervise and support staff.
Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in applying and interpreting departmental policies, laws, rules, regulations and procedures; ability to develop and install program procedures.
Ability to communicate effectively and speak and testify effectively before government and legal bodies, commissions, community and business groups.
A Bachelor's degree in Recreation, Physical Education or a related field from an accredited college or University and 5 years of experience in planning, organizing and evaluating recreation programs including one year of such supervisory experience as disciplining, evaluating the performance of and recommending the hiring, firing and promoting of recreation personnel.
Equivalencies: An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Master's degree in related field from an accredited college or university plus 8 years senior management, policy-driven operational responsibilities including 4 years of experience managing homogenous functions through subordinate superiors is required.
Professional Certifications: CPRP (Certified Park and Recreation Professional)
This full time non-civil service position offers a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary, commensurate with education and experience. Individuals under final consideration for appointment to this position will be required to submit to drug and alcohol testing and criminal background check. This position will remain posted until filled.
Qualified candidates should apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/baltimorecity?page=2
Baltimore City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Promotes Diversity in the Workforce
Catherine Pugh, Mayor
Quinton Heard, Acting Director of Human Resources
Reginald Moore, Director of Recreation and Parks
Serves as an innovative leader within the library, city government, and the community. Is an information advocate and forward thinker who inspires learning, discovery and the development of 21st century skills in staff, volunteers, and the community.
This position provides leadership and supervision to Youth and Teen staff and collaborates with other departments and organizations to fulfill the library's mission. Manages the development and implementation of new and/or enhanced library programs and services. Works in tandem with other department supervisors, Branch Manager, and Program Coordinators to maintain effective operations of all areas. Oversees scheduling, programming, hiring, training, and evaluation of professional and paraprofessional staff. Manages day to day operations across two services areas at Civic Center Library: Youth Room and Knowasis Teen Center. Regularly serves as Person in Charge, effectively communicating library policies and procedures for patrons and staff. This position works a variable schedule to include a rotation of days, nights, and weekends. Familiarity with adult services is desired as cross training is a function of this position.
At this time, we currently have one vacancy at the Civic Center Library, located at 3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251.
Selection Process: Applicants whose education, training and experience most closely meet the needs of the position may be invited to participate in a selection process to include a panel interview and an assessment exercise. Successful candidates will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include:
Criminal Background screening for the past 7 years
Education and Experience
A Master's degree in library science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited university, or a Master's degree in a related field.
Three years of progressively responsible library experience.
An equivalent combination of education and job related experience may substitute for the educational requirements on a year-for-year basis.
Performs duties and responsibilities commensurate with assigned functional area which may include, but are not limited to any combination of the following tasks:
Provide and model exceptional customer service by making the customer the first priority.
Establish, maintain, and foster positive, harmonious, professional, and effective working relationships.
Manage, create and/or deliver exceptional programming and educational opportunities within the library, through community outreach, and virtually.
Select, train, evaluate, and supervise paraprofessional and professional staff. Identify, implement, and monitor disciplinary action when required. Identify, plan and oversee projects including grants.
Provide reference, readers' advisory, technology assistance, and other resources to patrons at assigned service points.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Work Environment/Physical Demands
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position or that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Lift and carry materials weighing up to 30 pounds.
Reach, bend, stoop, lift and move arms above shoulder level; lift and carry library materials.
Concentrate on and complete tasks in the presence of distractions.
Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a computer, laptop and/or tablet PC, telephone, e-reader, calculator, cash register, bar code reader, copy and fax machines requiring continuous and repetitive arm, hand, and eye movement.
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The City of Scottsdale reserves the right to change this process at any time.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: It is the policy of the city to provide employment opportunities to all persons based solely on ability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.
When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the recruitment process. Please contact Human Resources to request an accommodation. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance or as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. For TTY users, the Arizona Relay Service (1-800-367-8939) may contact HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491.
This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.
Librarian IV - Assistant Regional Librarian - Ormond Beach Regional Library
The County of Volusia is seeking a highly motivated Librarian IV - Assistant Regional Librarian with a strong commitment to customer service for the Ormond Beach Regional Library to join our Library Services Division. In addition to providing high quality reference service, this individual will oversee daily operations of the library branch, to include, training of staff and supervision of their work, updating procedures, reporting statistics, monitoring facility maintenance needs, onsite supervision of contracted workers including security guards and cleaning vendor workers, lending and document delivery activities. Other responsibilities may include collection development, outreach, user education, creating tutorials, presenting webinars and classes. The Librarian IV will be responsible for overseeing the program planning for youth and adults.
(NOTE: These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position.)
Directs a major library service (Adult Reference, Children's, or Computer/AV) and accompanying staff within the regional branch; may oversee service at small, community branches.
Is responsible for the regional branch when the Regional Librarian is not present.
Develops, orders, and maintains library collections within established policy guidelines for assigned specialized area or branch.
Oversees, plans, promotes, and executes programs for children, teens, and/or adults.
Plans and attends outreach or other library promotional activities for children, teens, and/or adults.
Trains, supervises, and evaluates the performance of professional and/or paraprofessional employees.
Assists with recommending employee classifications, promotions, and other personnel activities within the branch.
May actively prepare, monitor, update, and approve employee schedules and work time in the County's electronic payroll system.
Responsible for the appearance, security, and reporting maintenance issues of a specialized area or branch.
Makes recommendations on policy and procedural changes.
Compiles formal and informal reports regarding progress toward library's general/specific objectives.
Receives reports from and coordinates activities of service or unit heads including scheduling and work assignments.
Markets the collection and the other library supported activities.
Participates in professional and community associations and organizations.
Uses the integrated library system, online databases, the Internet, electronic catalog, and may assist with maintenance of library equipment, software, or hardware.
May be responsible for daily and/or weekly money deposits.
Attends workshops, webinars, seminars, and conferences as required.
Participates in professional organizations.
Performs work of all lower level library classifications and related work as required.
Attends professional meetings pertaining to a specialized area of library service.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Attends work on a regular and consistent basis.
May be assigned to other office locations based on operational needs.
Must adhere to Federal, State, County and Local ordinances.
Responds to emergency situations.
Master's Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited program and three (3) years of professional library experience after the degree, including responsible supervisory or administrative work preferably as head of a library work unit or as assistant head of a branch. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver's license at the time of hire
NOTE: Must attach a copy of your MLS degree/transcript to your application
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Knowledge of complex library functions and operations in multiple areas of specialized service.
Knowledge of the methods of analyzing library needs and reader interests, and other aspects of the information sciences.
Knowledge of library management and supervisory principles.
Advanced knowledge of library material selection standards and policies of the library system.
Customer service skills.
Skill in operating integrated library systems and other relevant computer operations.
Able to plan, promote, and execute age appropriate library programs and outreach activities.
Able to offer age appropriate reader's advisory services.
Able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Able to prepare and present reports.
Able to establish effective relationships with other library professionals, supervisors, administration, staff, public groups, children, teens, and other library patrons.
Able to keep abreast of current trends in library science.
Able to perform basic to moderate mathematical computations including cash-handling techniques.
Able to supervise and evaluate subordinate employees and/or volunteers.
Able to make independent decisions and use judgment on routine and non-routine matters.
Able to employ appropriate policies and procedures and to explain them to others.
Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the general public, co-workers, elected and appointed officials and members of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, regardless of race, color, religion, age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or political affiliation.
Able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Able to work under stressful conditions
Able to interact effectively with others.
Must be able to relocate to other county locations based upon operational need.
Physical Demands: Medium, repetitive work. Ability to see, hear and listen, talk; detailed finger dexterity (including grasping and small tool manipulation), may require visually acuity for fine print. Ability to lift and push 25+ pounds, carry, bend, reach, kneel, crouch, stretch, twist, and climb. Ability to stand for long periods of time.
Mental Demands: Ability to read and comprehend professional and technical manuals, procedures, and journals; memos, policies, safety instructions, etc. Ability to speak clearly and concisely. Ability to relate information, data, and detail verbally and in writing. Ability to perform basic mathematical and monetary functions.
Environmental demands: Inside work.
Volusia County is a drug free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.
Special Collections Librarian
About Binghamton University:
Binghamton University is a world-class institution that unites more than 130 broadly interdisciplinary educational programs with some of the most vibrant research in the nation. Our unique character - shaped by outstanding academics, facilities and community life - promotes extraordinary student success.
Binghamton merges rigorous academics, distinguished faculty and state-of-the-art facilities to engage and challenge its 17,000 students. The high-achieving Binghamton student body also represents a great diversity of life experiences, from first-generation college-goers to international students. Beyond their talent, these classmates share a desire to shape the future through technology, insight, intellectual exploration and community service.
Binghamton University Libraries invite applications for a tenure-track position as Special Collections Librarian. The successful candidate will promote the discovery and use of Binghamton University's collection of rare books and manuscripts as an integral part of the Libraries' research and teaching resources and programs. The special collections librarian will work with faculty and students in a variety of disciplines across the curriculum, and provide specialized reference, access, outreach, programming, and instruction services as a part of the special collections team. Special Collections includes significant rare book, archival, manuscript, art and realia collections as well as the University Archives.
The position reports to the Head of Special Collections, with the Director of Library Systems and Special Collections as second-line supervisor. Librarians at Binghamton University are members of the tenure-track faculty and are expected to contribute significantly to the profession.
Position Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide research assistance to patrons in the reading room and remotely
Collaborate with teaching faculty to promote student research and integrate Special Collections into their curricula. Serve as a key instructor and support for teaching with the rare book collections
Develop special programming, physical and online exhibitions, and social media and web content to highlight the collections
Support broad access to the print collections including prioritizing backlogged and under-described material, working closely with the Cataloging Department; and identifying potential digitization projects in collaboration with the Digital Initiatives Department
Train and supervise student assistants and interns
Engage in collection management activities
Participate in library and university committees
Pursue scholarly growth through participation in professional library and bibliographic organizations, research, presentations, and publication
Arrange and describe manuscript collections
Manage the special collections stacks and work with the Preservation Department to ensure proper housing, environmental conditions and handling of materials
Work with the Head of Special Collections and Library Development staff to identify funding opportunities
Assist in maintaining statistics on circulation, collection use, and publications resulting from the use of collections
Serve as a subject bibliographer, as needed
ALA-accredited Master's degree in library and information science
Knowledge and understanding of the history of the book, book arts, special collections librarianship, and the rare book market
One year of experience working in a special collections library or archive
Experience in the instruction of special collections and other primary sources
Experience working with library patrons in person and remotely
Familiarity with standards for describing and/or cataloging printed, manuscript, and archival collections
Demonstrated initiative, flexibility, and excellent analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills in a team environment
Creative public programming, social media, and exhibition curation experience
Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects and meet deadlines with minimal supervision
History of successful collaboration with colleagues working in areas such as collection development, archival and manuscript processing, rare book cataloging, preservation, and digitization
Experience using collections management, content management, and/or integrated library systems
Knowledge of descriptive bibliography
Reading knowledge of Latin, Italian, and/or French
Record of scholarly research and professional achievement
Ability to lift moderately heavy boxes and books and move items to and from shelves
Ability to tolerate moderate levels of dust generated during normal activities and movement of objects
The State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of Binghamton University to provide for and promote equal opportunity employment, compensation, and other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran or military service member status, marital status, domestic violence victim status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or arrest and/or criminal conviction record unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification or other exception.
As required by Title IX and its implementing regulations Binghamton University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the educational programs and activities which it operates. This requirement extends to employment and admission. Inquiries about sex discrimination may be directed to the University Title IX Coordinator or directly to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Contact information for the Title IX Coordinator and OCR, as well as the University's complete Non-Discrimination Notice may be found here.
Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor's Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at email@example.com.
Binghamton University is a tobacco-free campus effective August 1, 2017.
Interested candidates should submit the following items electronically to http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com: (1) a letter of application addressing the qualifications; (2) curriculum vitae and (3) contact information for three references who can speak authoritatively concerning the applicant's candidacy.
Salary is commensurate with experience. The search will remain open until the position is filled.
- LA County Library
Original Posting Date: 08/28/2015
Exam Number: Q8335J
THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS A REBULLETIN TO UPDATE THE EXAMINATION CONTENT AND SUPERSEDES BULLETIN NUMBER 562BR POSTED ON FEBRUARY 16, 2010.
Filing Type: DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTIONAL
RESTRICTED TO PERMANENT PUBLIC LIBRARY EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THEIR INITIAL PROBATIONARY PERIOD.
Directs the operations of a small community library, serves as a lead librarian in a specialty area, such as youth or adult services or performs professional librarian activities in Technical Services.
Essential Job Functions
Applies principles of supervision to oversee professional, paraprofessional and clerical staff.
Promotes library services by giving book talks and conducting programs and outreach activities.
Provides specialized reference services using both print and electronic resources.
Interprets library policies and objectives to staff and customers.
Attends city council meetings.
Travels to locations throughout Los Angeles County to attend meetings, training sessions, and conduct business.
Maintains a safe, clean and orderly facility.
Catalogues and classifies the more difficult library materials.
In charge of a large community library during the short-term absence of its manager, as needed.
Bends, stoops, squats, twists, reaches, works on irregular surfaces, lifts objects of moderate weight, and stands or walks for long periods of time.
A Master of Library Science degree from an accredited* college or university
- AND - One year of experience at the level of Los Angeles County's class of Librarian I performing professional library work.
Experience at the level of the County of Los Angeles class of Librarian I is defined as being responsible for providing general reference, youth or adult services, classifying, cataloging, reviewing, and evaluating books.
PHYSICAL CLASS III-MODERATE:
Includes standing or walking most of the time, with bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, and reaching; includes working on irregular surfaces, occasionally lifting objects weighting over 25 pounds, and frequent lifiting of 10-25 pounds
A valid California Class "C" Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT INFORMATION:
Applicants who have filed for librarian examinations beginning January 1, 2002, and provided proof of MLIS degree need not submit additional copies. Degrees on file may be verified by sending an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to receive credit for a Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Library Science, you must include a legible copy of the official diploma, official transcripts, or official letter from the accredited institution which shows the area of specialization with your application at the time of filing.
To receive credit for training classes, include the names and addresses of schools/companies conducting the training, dates attended, titles of classes/courses/sessions, the length of time for each class/course/session, and an official certificate or notification of completion of each training program.
- Accredited institutions are those listed in the publications of regional, national or international accrediting agencies which are accepted by the Department of Human Resources. Publications such as American Universities and Colleges and International Handbook of Universities are acceptable references. Also acceptable, if appropriate, are degrees that have been evaluated and deemed to be equivalent to degrees from United States accredited institutions by an academic credential evaluation agency recognized by The National Association of Credential Evaluation Services or Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc.
This examination will consist of two (2) parts:
An evaluation of training and experience based upon application information weighted 50%.
An Appraisal of Promotability to evaluate knowledge and skills, verbal and written communication, leadership, work habits and dependability, problem solving, personal and public relations weighted 50%.
Candidates must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on EACH weighted part of the examination in order to be placed on the eligible register.
Restricted to permanent employees of the Public Library who have successfully completed their initial probationary period.
Withhold Information: Permanent employees who have completed their initial probationary period and hold a qualifying payroll title may file for this examination if they are within six months of meeting the experience requirements by the last day of filing. However, the names of such employees will be withheld from the certification list until the required experience if fully met.
The names of candidates receiving a passing grade in the examination will be placed on the eligible register in the order of their score group for a period of six (6) months following the date of promulgation.
No person may compete for this examination more than once every six (6) months.
PASSING THIS EXAMINATION AND BEING PLACED ON THE ELIGIBLE REGISTER DOES NOT GUARANTEE AN OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
Appointees must be willing to work any shift, including evenings, nights and weekends.
The resulting eligible register will be used to fill permanent positions throughout the County of Los Angeles Public Library.
Candidates appointed to Public Library positions are fingerprinted and are subject to a criminal background check by the State Department of Justice. Job-related convictions as defined by County Policy may result in discharge or disqualification from employment with the Public Library.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING ONLINE
Apply online by clicking on the "APPLY" tab for this posting. You can also track the status of your application using this system. We must receive your application by 6:00 p.m., PST, on the last day of filing.
NOTE: If you are unable to attach required documents, you may fax them to (562) 940-4155 within five (5) days of filing. Please include exam number and exam title.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING ONLINE FILING:
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER:
All applicants MUST enter a valid social security number at the time of filing. Entering anything other than a valid social security (i.e. 000-00-0000, 111-11-1111, etc.) will result in an automatic rejection of your application.
COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES:
For candidates who may not have regular access to a computer or the internet, applications can be completed on computers at public libraries throughout Los Angeles County.
NO SHARING OF USER ID AND PASSWORD:
All applicants must file their application online using their own user ID and password. Using a family member or friend's user ID and password may erase a candidate's original application record.
FILING BY U.S. MAIL OR IN PERSON
We must receive your completed application at the address below by 6:00 p.m., PST, on the last day of filing.
LA County Library
Human Resources Development
7400 East Imperial Highway, Room 223
Downey, CA 90242
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Librarian 6152 C
$62,347 to $77,464; $62,138 to $90,828; and $67,567 to $98,783
Candidates from the eligible list are normally appointed to vacancies in the lower pay grade positions.
Annual salary is at the start of the pay range. The current salary range is subject to change. Please confirm the starting salary with hiring department before accepting a job offer.
A Librarian provides patrons of all ages with a variety of professional librarian services, including outreach and virtual/online resources and programs, reader guidance and book reviews, reference, selection, cataloging and maintenance of library materials to meet educational, recreational and informational needs of the community, programming to support lifelong learning, educational, and cultural interests of the community, training in technologies and library resources and services, and implementation of library technologies and virtual services.
A master's degree in Library Science or Library and Information Science from a school accredited by the American Library Association.
Current students who lack 8 semester units or 12 quarter units of the educational requirement may also apply. However, they must meet the full requirement before being appointed.
Some positions may require a valid California driver's license. Candidates may not be eligible for appointment to these positions if their record within the last 36 months reflects three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents, or a conviction of a major moving violation (such as a DUI).
Applicants must present proof of their master's degree in Library Science or Library and Information Science prior to appointment.
Please note that qualifying education must be from a college or university recognized by the American Library Association. A list of approved institutions can be found at http://www.ala.org/accreditedprograms/directory/alphalist.
Applicants completing the exam process will be contacted by the Personnel Department to provide required proof of qualifying degree.
In addition to the regular City application, all applicants must complete the Librarian Qualifications Questionnaire at the time of filing. The Librarian Qualifications Questionnaire is located within the Supplemental Questions section of the City application. Applicants who fail to complete the Qualifications Questionnaire will not be considered further in this examination, and their application will not be processed.
In accordance with Charter Section 1010 (b) and Civil Service Rule 5.31, selective certification will be used for some positions that require special skills and/or training in one or more of the following areas. Only persons possessing the following at the time of filing may be considered for appointment to fill such positions.
Some positions may require the ability to speak or write a language other than English.
WHERE TO APPLY & APPLICATION DEADLINE
Applications will only be accepted on-line. When you are viewing the on-line job bulletin of your choice, simply scroll to the top of the page and select the "Apply" icon. On-line job bulletins are also available at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacity for Open Competitive Examinations.
Applicants are urged to apply early to ensure you have time to resolve any technical issues you may encounter.
All application materials must be complete at the time of filing for you to be considered a candidate in this examination.
Applications and Qualifications Questionnaires will only be accepted on-line on the following dates listed below:
Filing Period 1: From 8:00 a.m.
MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019 to 11:59 p.m. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2019
Filing Period 2: From 8:00 a.m.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2019 to 11:59 p.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2019
The examination may close without prior notice at any time after a sufficient number of applications have been received. Filing periods may change without prior notice or additional dates may be added, at a later date. For administrative purposes, filing may close and reopen on the dates noted in the "Application Deadline" section of this bulletin.
In accordance with Civil Service Rule 4.2, all applicants who apply may not be tested in this examination. To meet anticipated hiring needs, only a limited number of qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the written test in the following order: 1) Applicants currently employed by the City of Los Angeles who meet the minimum requirements, or are on a reserve list; 2) Remaining applicants who meet the minimum requirements in sufficient numbers to meet hiring needs in the order that applications were received. Applications submitted during the filing period will be kept on file in the event that additional applicants need to be tested to meet hiring needs.
Should a large number of qualified candidates file for this examination, each candidate's qualifications for the position of Librarian may be evaluated based on the candidate's responses to the Qualifications Questionnaire. Those candidates considered possessing the greatest likelihood of successfully performing the duties of a Librarian, based solely on the information submitted for qualifications review, will continue in the selection process.
Essay . . . Advisory
Interview . . .100%
The examination will consist entirely of an evaluation of qualifications by interview. In the interview, emphasis will be placed on the candidate's background and experience as they have provided the knowledge of: techniques of training and instructing the public in the utilization of library services and resources; technical reference procedures and problems, including standard and specialized references and bibliography; public library activities, trends, and services; standards for selecting resources to meet the needs of the community; technical classification and cataloging procedures and problems including Dewey Decimal Classification System, Library of Congress Subject Heading Plan, Cutter Numbers and metadata standards; and the ability to: carry out technical reference work including online and bibliographic research; use technologies, including social media, computers, software, and mobile devices in carrying out job-related tasks; assess community needs, and develop and implement an outreach plan; plan, organize and conduct public training and programs; review and analyze resources; project a friendly and helpful attitude that results in positive customer experience; speak effectively before groups; deal tactfully and effectively with others; orally communicate with a diverse public; write in an effective manner that is clear, concise, and cohesive; and other necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities.
Prior to the interview, candidates will be required to prepare some written material related to the duties and responsibilities of a Librarian. This material will not be separately scored, but will be presented to the interview board for discussion with each candidate and for consideration in the overall evaluation of the candidate's qualifications.
The advisory essay will be administered on-line. Candidates invited to participate in the examination will receive an e-mail from the City of Los Angeles outlining the specific steps needed to complete the on-line advisory essay.
Candidates will be required to complete the on-line advisory essay based on the dates listed below. Candidates who fail to complete the Advisory Essay as instructed may be disqualified. Candidates may take the test only once every 365 days during the administration of the examination.
For applicants who applied during Filing Period 1, the on-line advisory essay will be administered between MAY 13, 2019 and MAY 20, 2019.
For applicants who applied during Filing Period 2, the on-line advisory essay will be administered between NOVEMBER 12, 2019 and NOVEMBER 19, 2019.
Candidates will be notified by e-mail of the date, time, and location of the interview, which will be held in Los Angeles.
For applicants who applied during Filing Period 1, it is anticipated that interviews will be held on JUNE 1, 2019 or JUNE 8, 2019.
For applicants who applied during Filing Period 2, it is anticipated that interviews will be held on DECEMBER 7, 2019 or DECEMBER 14, 2019.
Applications are accepted subject to review to ensure that minimum qualifications are met. Candidates may be disqualified at any time if it is determined that they do not possess the minimum qualifications stated on this bulletin.
As a covered entity under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and upon request, will provide reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. To request a disability accommodation, please complete the Disability Accommodation Form within 14 calendar days of the submittal of the City application. The Disability Accommodation Form can be obtained at http://per.lacity.org/exams/verify_disability.pdf.
A final average score of 70% in the interview portion of the examination is required to be placed on the eligible list.
Candidates may take the test only once every 365 days during the administration of the examination. Names may be removed from the open competitive eligible list after six months.
Your rank on the employment list may change as scores of candidates from other administrations of this examination are merged onto one list.
In accordance with Civil Service Rule, Sec. 4.24, review periods may be combined. Candidates in the examination process may file protests as provided in Sec. 4.20, 4.22 and 4.23 as applicable and within the required time frame; however, the Personnel Department may respond to and resolve protests prior to the establishment of the eligible list.
If you receive and accept an offer of employment to a regular position with the City of Los Angeles, your employee benefit coverage (including health and dental coverage as well as life insurance) will commence approximately six weeks after your original regular appointment. Not all positions in the City receive benefit coverage; you should inquire regarding the availability of employee benefits prior to accepting a position.
THIS EXAMINATION IS TO BE GIVEN ONLY
ON AN OPEN COMPETITIVE BASIS
The City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, creed, color, ancestry, medical condition (cancer), or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
For additional information and FAQs regarding the City's hiring process, please go to: http://per.lacity.org/index.cfm?content=employmenttestingprocess
Biomedical Engineering Librarian
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A cover letter is required for consideration for this position. In the cover letter, please explain your interest in working with the biomedical engineering community and provide specific and meaningful examples of your skills and experiences that directly relate to the job summary, responsibilities, and qualifications.
The Biomedical Engineering librarian works to advance the services, initiatives, partnerships, and strategic agenda designed to advance the institution's research enterprise. The individual will engage and collaborate with faculty, researchers, and students primarily affiliated with the university's biomedical engineering communities. The College of Engineering, along with the health sciences schools, and relevant STEM programs will comprise the primary communities served by this position. The position is aligned in the library's HS-STEM division, which is the organizational home for Taubman Health Sciences Library informationists, Shapiro Science Library librarians, and engineering librarians located at the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library within the University of Michigan Library.
This position will report directly to the Engineering Lead Librarian and is based in the Art, Architecture and Engineering Library. The librarian in this role will collaborate with community members across multiple campus locations.
Primary liaison responsibilities will be to the Biomedical Engineering department, which is a joint department between the College of Engineering and Michigan Medical School. An additional liaison assignment with an engineering disciplinary community may be assigned depending on interest and expertise of the candidate.
Cultivates new models of engagement and builds partnerships between the library and academic, clinical, and research biomedical engineering communities.
Develops and promotes new value-added library services, resources, and programs to advance biomedical engineering research, education, and practice.
Provides effective and innovative instruction and consultation on the use of information resources and research practices.
Provides consultations to biomedical engineering faculty, researchers, and students at each stage of the research life cycle, on topics such as research data management, scholarly publishing, grant development, and research integrity.
Partners with faculty by actively contributing to research proposals and projects, curriculum development and delivery, and evidence-based decision making.
Monitors biomedical research landscape to evaluate and recommend information sources, specialized technologies, and tools to meet the research needs of the biomedical engineering community.
Participates in relevant continuing education opportunities in both librarianship and biomedical engineering disciplines and practices.
Master's degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited program or equivalent; or graduate STEM degree.
Knowledge of and/or experience working with biomedical engineering, engineering, life sciences, or medical arenas in an academic or research environment.
Excellent organizational, analytical, and communication (oral and written) skills.
Familiarity with scholarly communication and academic publishing practices in engineering, life sciences, or medicine.
Evidence of skills needed to foster new connections and build relationships to advance the goals of a team.
Demonstrated ability to manage several complex projects and respond effectively to changing needs and priorities.
Demonstrated ability or potential to advocate for and cultivate an environment that supports diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEI&A).
Knowledge of literatures, research methods, and data management best practices in biomedical engineering.
Relevant work experience in an academic library, or in a role providing professional outreach and service.
Experience developing and delivering student-centered instruction.
Experience with expert searching including systematic reviews.
Benefits, rank, salary
Appointment is anticipated at the Assistant Librarian, Associate Librarian, or Senior Associate Librarian rank. Salary and rank are dependent on the candidate's qualifications and experience. Librarian appointments carry with them increased expectations regarding professional development, professional engagement, research, and service, in keeping with the Library's process for librarian promotion and advancement
Part Time Librarian
The City of Anaheim Public Library seeks enthusiastic and dynamic Part Time Librarians to provide excellent public service in a team-oriented library system. The Part Time Librarian works under minimal supervision to perform journey level professional library duties in assigned areas, such as adult services, children's services, teen services, and outreach programs.
This is a part time position, typically assigned 19 hours per week with no minimum number of hours guaranteed.
About Anaheim Public Library...
There are ten Library outlets serving the City of Anaheim and surrounding communities. This includes Central Library, six branch libraries, the self-service branch at ARTIC Transportation Center, the Anaheim Heritage Center which houses our local history collections and the Mobile Library that serves the Community Development Block Grant neighborhoods in the city.
The following functions are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
Provides assistance to and advises patrons, including children, young adults, adults and senior citizens in the effective use of Library collection, facilities and services; demonstrates the use of library resources, tools, equipment, and electronic reference sources; assists with digital downloads.
Conducts effective reference interviews to assess and satisfy customer information needs.
Develops the collection for an assigned area of the Library; reviews and analyzes collection use; recommends books, media, and materials for purchase based on community needs and awareness of various cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Answers readers' advisory and general reference questions from telephone, webpage and in person queries by accessing a variety of print and non-print resources, including electronic resources.
Participates in the selection of part-time staff; schedules, provides technical and functional supervision to part-time Library Clerks, Library Technicians, other support staff, and library volunteers.
Develops, implements, and evaluates services and programs in a designated area such as adult services, children's services, youth services, and outreach; develops new services and programs that meet community needs.
Performs bibliographic searches using both print and non-print sources.
Performs outreach to the community, community organizations, and schools; informs community members and organizations about library services, programs, and collections.
Organizes, maintains, and catalogs/indexes a variety of print and digital materials.
May perform original cataloging of print and non-print materials; maintains and updates catalog files.
Reviews new publications and collection materials and selects materials and resources for acquisition or disposition, as appropriate.
Develops and implements a variety of library related activities, including story hours, library tours, and instructional classes.
Performs collection development activities, including materials selection and weeding, and sorting donated materials; selects books and materials with attention to the budget dedicated to this purpose.
Oversees periodical selection and management.
Responds to suggestions, requests, or concerns from library users or community members.
Participates in meetings, committees, or projects intended to enhance library services or promote consistent policies and procedures across the department.
Performs special reading and research and participates in professional meetings, workshops, and conferences and continuing education programs, as appropriate to remain abreast of current literature and professional trends.
Maintains and troubleshoots electronic and online resources.
Represents the department at professional meetings as required and promotes library services.
Compiles and drafts library activity reports and statistics.
Develops and present special cultural and holiday programs, as well as activities related to the summer reading program.
When assigned as "Librarian-in-Charge", acts as moderator in difficult patron interactions, applying and implementing library policies and guidelines appropriately, modifying or adjusting these on a case by case basis and referring unresolved issues to a Senior or Principal Librarian or management; addresses building malfunction and emergency maintenance issues, makes schedule adjustments for unplanned absences, and opens/closes the facility.
Plans and directs the work of assigned non-librarian staff or volunteers.
Writes and administers grants, develops resources, and researches grant possibilities.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Equivalent to a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or university; one (1) year of experience as a professional librarian.
Demonstrate knowledge of principles and practices of effective grant writing; basic knowledge of budget practices; basic principles of supervision and training; core library operating principles, including confidentiality of customer information, freedom of information, and intellectual freedom; current principles, practices, procedures, techniques, and materials of professional library work, including library reference, collection development, and other professional library services; principles, techniques, and procedures in cataloging, indexing, classifying, and organizing library materials; principles, practices and techniques of public relations, community outreach, and service promotion; principles and techniques used in bibliographic research; general library materials selection standards; library services and available resources; techniques for promoting and publicizing library services, programs, and events; recent technological, professional, and societal developments, current literature, and sources of information related to library services.; applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility; record keeping principles and procedures; modern office practices and technology, including personal computer hardware and software applications related to the work; English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation; techniques for effectively representing the City in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, various business, professional, educational, and regulatory organizations, and the public; techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and City staff.
The ability to monitor assigned budget for staff hours/dollars and area of collection development; perform professional library tasks as assigned, including reference, readers advisory, program and service development, collection development, and cataloging; provide supervision and direction to assigned staff and volunteers; demonstrate initiative and sound judgment necessary to make responsible decisions as Librarian-In-Charge or in the absence of the department manager; plan and conduct the activities and operations of a specialized library function; research and write grant applications; use computer and other technology, including software, hardware, and the Internet to be able to assist customers, conduct research, prepare reports, and use email and other communications technologies; react tactfully and diplomatically during interactions with staff, the public, community groups, etc. while appropriately adhering to and enforcing sound library policies, procedures, and practices; maintain a strong service orientation and a demonstrated dedication to quality customer service; research, analyze, and summarize data and prepare accurate and logical written reports; operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized library services software applications programs; organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines; use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing; make sound, independent decisions within established policy and procedural guidelines; use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines; establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
This is a part time position, typically assigned 19 hours per week with no minimum number of hours guaranteed.
IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTION
Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. The deadline for the first review of applications is on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 5:00PM. Applicants are encouraged to apply early. Applicants that apply after the first review are not guaranteed to be considered for this recruitment. This recruitment may close at any time without notice after the first review date.
The selection process includes, but is not limited to, an oral interview and a skills assessment.
The eligibility list established from this recruitment may also be used to fill the current and/or additional vacancies throughout the City.
Candidates must be specific and complete in describing their qualifications for this position. Failure to state all pertinent information may lead to elimination from consideration. Stating "See Resume" is not an acceptable substitute for a completed application.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a reference / background check (to include a conviction record) and pass a post-offer pre-employment medical examination (which will include a drug/alcohol screening). The City of Anaheim utilizes E-Verify and new employees must provide documentation to establish both identity and work authorization.
Communication regarding your application and/or status will be sent to the email address listed on your application. Please check your email regularly throughout the recruitment process as you will not receive communications by any other method.
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Sample Librarian Supervisor
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Manages the day to day activities of the Sample Librarian group, including personnel management, planning and scheduling projects and processes, coordinating with multiple departments, training appropriate staff, and addressing related customer inquiries
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Assist with supervision of sample librarians and other associated inventory personnel, manage day to day activities and ensure employees perform assigned tasks
Manage schedules of personnel and projects related to the sample volumes to ensure timely and accurate data delivery of the highest quality
Maintain workflow, structure, workloads and collaboration with DNA group, sample reception and other departments that have inventory needs.
Ensures customer samples and specimens are properly archived and documented in company's database.
Manages the sample inventory for all samples and associated processes for sample handling and tracking.
Assist in process efficiencies for longer term growth of the group
Responsible for hiring process of new personnel within respective business segments
Responsible for training of new and current staff to manage laboratory workload and performance.
Proficiency in designing efficiencies and providing input to the librarians as they perform their daily tasks.
Gains an understanding of the customer needs from the Product Manager to manage daily workload and delivery of data.
Works with Quality manager and supports ISO procedures including development, documentation and execution.
Works within budgeted expenses and maintains a constant focus on cost reduction.
Interacts routinely with all levels of management and co-workers in an effective manner.
Meets individual and departmental goals and objectives.
Assist with the global operations in ensuring that the protocols and processes are unified across different labs.
Other Duties as assigned
Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or Equivalent; some additional higher education or concurrent pursuit of a Bachelor's degree is beneficial. Previous laboratory experience is preferred but not required.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
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