Film Rental Clerk Job Description Sample
Brentwood Ace Hardware Owned by Anthony Rogelstad Founded in 1945, Brentwood Ace Hardware is part of a nationwide network of independently owned Ace Hardware stores who share a common goal of having the most helpful store in the industry! This Ace Hardware is located near San Francisco, California in the Delta region and generates approximately 8 million in revenue with 50 employee associates.
Brentwood Ace Hardware takes pride in building relationships with our customers through first class Customer Service by our knowledgeable Sales Associates. Benefits: the Full Time Employee (when vested) will accrue Paid Time Off based on an hourly formula. FT Employees may also subscribe to medical, dental, and vision packages offered, plus supplemental insurance packages, and a 401K plan, if qualified.
Part Time Employees (when vested) will accrue Paid Time Off based on an hourly formula. The primary responsibility of the Rental Clerk is to create and provide rental agreements of equipment along with sales of new power products and parts. The most important objective is for the Rental Clerk is to build and maintain customer relations. The Rental Clerk (when trained) is expected to: • Positively represent Brentwood Ace Hardware through excellent Customer Service • Answer incoming rental phone calls • Provide accurate rental rates and quotes to our customers • Be proficient in Point of Sale (POS) and Rental computer programs • Schedule and check rental equipment in/out each day • Load & unload rental equipment (lifting required) • Demonstrate use of rental equipment with customers • Have basic knowledge of 2 & 4 stroke engines • Ability to read part schematics & order parts from various sources • Assembly of mechanical products, wheel barrows, lawn mowers, and other equipment • Cut keys & re-key locks • Assist with inventory & supply maintenance • Sharpen Lawn mower blades, chainsaw blades, axes, knives, scissors, etc. • Build and/or re-screen window screens
18 years or older High School diploma/GED Ability to effectively use email Proficient in written and verbal communications Willingness to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and holidays Ability to stand and move for an extended period of time Background check with Credential Check a Professional screening service Drug test; hair and urine within 24 hours of job offering
Brentwood Ace Hardware is an Equal Opportunity Employer
PURPOSE: Wait on customers in a courteous and cordial manner, which insures customer confidence, to solicit additional sales to maximum efficiency for the business.
Represent and promote the store operations in an up-beat manner, which insures outstanding customer service. Sell Eagle Point Hardware goods and services at all times • Enter new or look up existing customer in rental computer system. • To understand rental contracts given to customers. • Demonstrate how to use all rental equipment to customers so they leave the store feeling confident to operate the equipment. • Demonstrate safety procedures for operation. • Understand rental procedures as trained. • Able to take phone reservations, asking appropriate questions to customer so they are ready when the get here. • Know the correct size of ball or truck needed to rent equipment. • Complete knowledge of each piece of equipment rented out. Be able to talk and help customers understand what they need to get the job done. • Able to communicate with customers to find out their rental needs. • Turn around, service and clean all equipment, use safety goggles and gloves when needed. • Maintain all rental equipment and rental area. • Able to communicate with co-workers to insure operations run smoothly day in day out. • Immediately greet every customer upon arrival in the store. • Assist customers in their needs and demonstrate concern. • Make sales transactions quickly and accurately. • Develop the ability of "Suggestive Selling." • Maintain stock on shelves. • Account for inventory during vendor check-ins. • Spare time is spent in housekeeping of rental area, counters, aisles, shelves, inventory and receiving areas.(See daily tasks) • Treat customers and co-workers in a friendly, courteous manner. • Develop the ability to read and understand instructions for operating electronic cash registers, computers and other equipment. • Develop the ability to understand and use equipment to provide bulk items sold to customers.
Job Purpose: • Serves customers by renting needed items; collecting payment; maintaining records. • Determines needed items by interviewing customer; determining item uses and specifications. • Fills order by retrieving and preparing items. • Trains customer by providing operational instructions and cautions. • Completes rental contract by entering identification information; explaining rental policies and procedures; obtaining customer signature. • Collects revenue by computing rental charges; adjusting charges for damages; examining and entering credit cards; examining and verifying checks; receiving cash. • Verifies revenue by reconciling rental agreements with receipts; forwarding to accounting. • Maintains service operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes. • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. • Enhances company reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. • Skills/
Customer Service, Customer Focus, Verbal Communication, Listening, Documentation Skills, Motivation for Sales, Selling to Customer Needs, Professionalism, People Skills, PC Proficiency, Job Knowledge NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Perform other duties as assigned. • Dress professionally each day, wear name tag. • Willingness to attend company functions, training and meetings. • Clean the parking lot and grounds surrounding the store. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Ability to understand and follow instructions in English. • Lift up to 100 pounds. • The environment is inside and outside in all kinds of weather. • Computer experience and knowledge. • The ability to work standing up on concrete floor for long periods of time.
This position description does not list all the duties of the position. You may be asked by supervisors or managers to perform other duties. You will be evaluated in part based upon your performance of the tasks listed in this position description.
The employer has the right to revise this position description at any time.
The position description is not a contract for employment, and either you or the employer may terminate employment at any time, for any reason.
Good driving record, able to lift 100lbs.
Equipment Rental Clerk
Provide exceptional customer satisfaction by ensuring our customers project is completed in a safe expedient manner. General
• Computer, and scheduling experience • Flexible schedule Construction Equipment knowledge Key responsibilities and accountabilities: • Greet customers, provide assistance, ask questions and listen to identify their needs. • Answer questions about the store, products and service's • Describe rental equipment and items, explain their uses, operation, safety features and care of equipment • Understand and explain to customers the features and benefits of equipment and products • Recommend suitable equipment and products for the customer's needs • Gain and maintain knowledge of current industry trends and new equipment • Watch for and recognize security, safety risks and theft and know how to mitigate them • Maintain clean and visually appealing product displays • Maintain a clean wholesome appearance • Exhibit proficiency with the rental computer system with items and prices • Coordinate with Rental Manager to keep equipment in ready to rent condition • Perform minor maintenance on equipment • Maintain a "Missed Rental" list for determining future purchases • Keep inside rental area and equipment in a clean orderly manner. • Remain on guard for theft and misuse of rental equipment • Ensure proper safe transportation of equipment. • Communicate constantly with other rental staff to ensure complete customer satisfaction.
Manager, Acquisitions, Film
About Entertainment One
Entertainment One Ltd. (LSE:ETO) is a global independent studio that specialises in the development, acquisition, production, financing, distribution and sales of entertainment content. The Company's diversified expertise spans across film, television and music production and sales; family programming, merchandising and licensing; digital content; and live entertainment. Through its global reach and expansive scale, powered by deep local market knowledge, the Company delivers the best content to the world.
Entertainment One's robust network includes international feature film distribution company Sierra/Affinity; Amblin Partners with DreamWorks Studios, Participant Media, and Reliance Entertainment; Makeready with Brad Weston; unscripted television production companies Whizz Kid Entertainment and Renegade 83; live entertainment leaders Round Room Entertainment; world-class music labels Dualtone Music Group and Last Gang.
The Company's rights library, valued at US$2.0 billion (as at 31 March 2018), is exploited across all media formats and includes about 80,000 hours of film and television content and approximately 40,000 music tracks; innovative music platform Audio Network; and award-winning emerging content and technology studio Secret Location.
The aim of this role is to lead new acquisitions opportunities across film genres (with specific focus on features), across US & Canada as well as our international distribution territories, and define the distribution strategy and manage the rollout of these opportunities across all rights.
Proactively source and acquire programming for multiple platforms as well as identify new content & distribution opportunities.
Identify and evaluate content for eOne's North American specialty releasing label, Momentum Pictures as well as for for eOne's international territories as a member of the Worldwide Acquisitions team
Cultivate and manage relationships with domestic finance and sales agents
Attend markets, industry events, and screenings as appropriate
Run P&Ls, issue and negotiate offer letters for deals as well as work with internal team on approval process
Source programming by attending markets, industry events, and screenings as appropriate.
Work closely with key stakeholders, both externally (e.g. Producers, Distributors, etc) and internally within the company (marketing, distribution, content strategy, etc) to produce and distribute new content to agreed release schedules and deadlines
Gather feedback and proactively resolve issues on activities and titles.
Knowledge of film industry (you have a pulse on the up and coming Directors, movies)
Need to have knowledge of MS Office Suite Outlook, Excel a web-based movie database
Proven experience of buying and/or selling content on a variety of media platforms, both in the US and internationally.
BA degree in a related business field
The ability to build strong and lasting relationships to support and work with licensors, producers, and distributors.
Demonstrable knowledge and experience of multi-platform distribution of content.
A genuine passion to work with and source new content.
Able to work under pressure in a fast moving and demanding environment.
An entrepreneurial approach to deal-making with an astute commercial focus.
Solid experience (5+ years) with entertainment media, content acquisitions and brand management.
What you'll be a part of: · Taking care: health and dental coverage · Investing in your future: employee stock option purchase plan, and local defined contribution pension plans · Break time: free snacks, winter holiday office closures, reduced hours in summer · Party time: office bar carts, after work drinks, holiday and summer parties, and sometimes just because · Be inspired: regular film screenings, concerts, and opportunity to get involved in industry events · The office: modern facilities, in house screening rooms, more snacks, and swag · Build a better world: transcend entertainment to our corporate social responsibility activities. Plan a social event. Promote healthy lifestyles. Go green. Give back. · Grow: develop your career and shape your future
We thank everyone for their interest but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Entertainment One is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities, and supporting diversity and inclusion within our work environment. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodation needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process.
Thin Film Optics Maintenance Technician
Teledyne Technologies Incorporated specializes in providing a broad range of high technology solutions and products to the marketplace. Teledyne Imaging Sensors is an integral member of the new Digital Imaging Segment of Teledyne Technologies. Imaging Sensors provides advanced imaging solutions for a variety of customers, including the DoD, NASA, prime system integrators, and commercial customers. In the civilian space arena, Teledyne sensors are the most advanced sensors on board the Hubble space telescope, and they are also found on board the majority of NASA space probes and ground based telescopes. In the DoD arena, Teledyne sensors are integrated into several major systems for persistent surveillance, chemical detection, and target identification, among others.
Position Summary and Responsibilities
Teledyne Imaging Sensors is looking for a Thin Film Optics Maintenance Technican to provide maintenance to Teledyne Imaging Sensors' highly complex Thin Film Optics Production program to ensure project completion is on schedule and within budget.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Perform scheduled and non-scheduled production equipment maintenance
Diagnose and trouble shoot problems to keep equipment in operational status
Develop, maintain and execute equipment preventive maintenance plan schedules.
Determine critical spare parts required to ensure continuous production and maintain inventory of spare parts
Interface with system, sub system, and component suppliers to diagnose equipment problems.
Understand the main components and sub components of equipment tools
Diagnose electronic failures at the component level using electronic schematic diagrams
Specify replacement equipment.
Support Engineering in the evaluation and testing of new processes.
Minimize equipment downtime.
Develop and track equipment maintenance performance metrics.
Report equipment issues to management; recommend corrective action to improve equipment uptime.
Occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, solvents or toxic chemicals. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) is required
Qualifications & Competencies
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following qualifications and competencies:
Ability to operate Equipment Maintenance software programs
Excellent understanding of high vacuum thin film deposition systems
Ability to read and understand electronic schematic diagrams
Good observation and communication skills
Attention to detail
Computer literate with ability to use Microsoft Excel and Word
Ability to multi-task and attend to "on-the-spot" demands
Ability to interact and communicate with all levels of employees
Knowledge of Chemical safety, Environmental safety, Electrical safety
Understanding of the importance of cleanliness and contamination and how it is essential to lab equipment operations
Willing to work occasional odd hours and overtime on an as needed basis
Basic computer proficiency using Microsoft Word and Excel
Displays exemplary ethics and business conduct and performs work cognizant of safe work practices
Education and/or Experience
Associate's Degree preferred
Experience in maintaining electronic and mechanical equipment in a production environment
Experience maintaining high-vacuum equipment essential, preferably with optical thin film deposition systems or semiconductor fabrication equipment.
Due to the type of work at the facility and certain access restrictions, successful applicants must be a U.S. Person.
What can Teledyne offer YOU?A Competitive Salary & Benefits PackageExcellent Health, Dental, VisionPaid Vacation TimePaid Sick TimeLife Insurance BenefitsPaid Holidays401(k) EligibilityEmployee Stock Purchase PlanEducational Tuition ReimbursementEmployee Fun Events throughout the year
Citizenship RequirementsDue to classified work at the facility and related access restrictions, successful applicants must maintain U.S. Citizenship to allow the person to hold a U.S. Government security clearance. Teledyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity EmployerAll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color,religion,religious creed,gender,sexual orientation,gender identity,gender expression,transgender,pregnancy,marital status,national origin,ancestry,citizenship status,age,disability,protected Veteran Status,genetics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal,state,or local law. If you need assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment,please email email@example.com or call (805)373-4545. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will receive a response.
Blown Film Assistant
The Blown Film Assistant is responsible for assisting the line operator with set up, change over and running a blown film line as well as packaging finished product on pallets and maintaining housekeeping and sanitation responsibilities on assigned equipment. The starting pay is $15.37 + $0.71 per hour shift differential. Candidates need to be able to work 7:00 pm to 7:00 am shift on a 3/2 rotation.
High School diploma or GED
Able to read layouts
Attention to detail
Able to read measuring instruments including a tape measure
Knowledge of dimensional measurements
Able to work with fractions and decimals
Ability to climb ladders, lift and carry up to 50lbs. individually as well as bend and stoop to access lower parts of the line during die cleans and shooting screen packs
Willingness and ability to work 12-hour shift during day or night hours.
Ability to climb and descend stairs (100+) to and from primary nip in order to assist with operating the line
Ability to operate roll handling equipment (hoists, Crown Lifts and mobile equipment)
Additional Skills and Qualifications
Drive results in the key metrics of safety, waste, productivity and quality
Personally operate and maintain equipment in a safe and orderly manner
Operate hoists and other material handling equipment from a standing position to package finished product
Operate mobile equipment
Use hand tools while kneeling and stooping to assist in shooting screen packs and die cleans
Climb up to six flights of stairs to assist in starting up a blown film line
Continuous standing and walking to monitor line production
Operate a machine designed to cut fiber cores to specified length onto which final product will be wound
Enter line manufacturing data into computer
Review standard operating procedures for understanding when assisting in set up, change over or operation of a line
Director, Sundance Film Festival
About Sundance Institute
Sundance Institute, the non-profit organization behind the annual Sundance Film Festival, works globally and year-round to support and advance the work of independent artists in film, media, and theater through a wide array of programs.
Sundance Institute hires people who believe in our mission and are ready to engage in a fast-paced, high performing culture to support each other and the goals of our organization. If you know very little of our array of programs we strongly recommend that you do your research and ensure you feel passionate about our organizations not-for-profit mission before applying.
Every winter in Utah, the Sundance Film Festival is the ultimate gathering of original storytellers and audiences seeking new voices and fresh perspectives. Our annual program includes dramatic and documentary features and short films; series and episodic content; and New Frontier, showcasing emerging media in the form of multimedia installations, performances, and films. We also host daily filmmaker conversations, panel discussions, and live music events. Since 1985, hundreds of films that have launched at the Festival have gained critical recognition and acclaim, reaching new audiences worldwide.
As a highly visible member of Sundance Institutes senior leadership team, the Director, Sundance Film Festival is responsible for molding the artistic integrity and organizational excellence of the annual Sundance Film Festival. The Director develops and oversees festival programming while working collaboratively with strategic partners and internal cross-functioning teams to present a successful festival event. The Director cultivates artists and industry to secure the most exciting projects for the program and to build long term relationships.
The Director oversees extensive public programming activities to advance original storytellers and develop audience engagement programs that seek new voices and fresh perspectives. The Director will act as a spokesperson, conducting media interviews, emceeing special events, and representing the Institute at donor and industry events.
What You Need To Succeed In This Job
Extensive knowledge of all film genres, with 10 years of film programming experience.
Outstanding leadership and management qualities and skills which will allow you to lead and develop an exceptional team.
Creative thinker with a deep knowledge of film, artists, and the film industry.
Established relationships with emerging and established domestic and international filmmakers and film industries.
Experience and demonstrated ability to flourish in a hands-on, highly collaborative, growth environment populated with millennial demographic employees.
Demonstrated ability to strategize, set, and meet goals.
A genuine passion for and excitement about Sundance Institutes not-for-profit mission, and a culture defined by collaboration, curiosity, and creativity.
Commitment to collaborative, team-driven work.
Well-developed communication and presentation skills in order to articulate a creative vision that effectively promotes the Institutes diverse efforts and is clear and inspiring to internal and external stakeholders.
An engaging, open and accessible communication style and behavior which demonstrates a dedication to teamwork and transparency.
Presence, credibility, and stature to generate respect, trust and a positive image for the organization.
Highest levels of personal and professional integrity and ethics, and unquestioned integrity in your initiatives.
The Main Goals You Will Be Focused On
To lead ongoing program design, strategy, evaluation, and planning of the Sundance Film Festival and other public programs from the development phase to the audiences engagement.
To lead the selection process and curation for the Sundance Film Festival, Sundance London and Sundance Hong Kong.
To prioritize the inclusion of a wide range of voices and perspectives in hiring and curatorial decision-making.
Cultivating artists and industry film communities to create a rich and supportive network and to stay at the leading edge of key business and creative trends.
Collaborate with Marketing and Communications to develop Festival key messages, review programming-related materials (print and digital), and advise on content to be captured.
To proactively lead staff to continually improve processes, procedures, and services to support artists creatively and tactically.
To proactively design and execute concepts for new programs while being highly collaborative and transparent with the Executive Director, Institute programs, and operational teams.
To serve and be an active and dedicated member of the Institutes Senior Leadership Team, which is charged with organizational strategy, management, and planning.
PLEASE INCLUDE A RESUME AND A COVER LETTER.
Bampfa Director Of Film Library And Study Center #26917 (0541U)
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
The mission of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) is to inspire the imagination and ignite critical dialogue through art, film, and other forms of creative expression. BAMPFA has developed an international reputation for its active and ambitious exhibition programs, as well as for the quality of its art and film collections and research resources. BAMPFA is an institution with a stellar history and an exciting future. For more information, visit our website bampfa.org.
The Director of the BAMPFA Film Library and Study Center directs all aspects of the Film Library and Study Center, including planning, developing and implementing services and systems; writing and administering grants; and managing staff, collections, operating budgets, and Library activities. The BAMPFA Film Library and Study Center houses the largest collections of film studies materials in Northern California and serves a broad community of UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff as well as international scholars, researchers and film enthusiasts. Its collections include over 10,000 books, 6,500 serials volumes, 60,000 still photographs, 10,800 posters, 3,300 audio recordings, and 250,000 documents including reviews, correspondence, press materials, manuscript and special collections, and other documentation. The Film Library also catalogs and provides study access to BAMPFA's film and video collection and manages digital assets for the institution as a whole.
Determines and implements operating policies, principles and practices for the Film Library and Study Center. Develops short- and long-term strategies and plans for the library and for BAMPFA's digital asset management program, including developing and administering annual budgets.
Participates in offsite collection storage planning.
Recruits, trains, supervises, and evaluates Film Library staff members responsible for carrying out all library activities including: reference and instructional services, cataloging, collection development, acquisitions, indexing, digital asset creation and management, and access to the library, film, and video collections. Supervises two professional career staff members and grant-funded positions. Oversees the recruitment and hiring of 5-10 student employees, and delegates responsibility for training and supervision of student employees to appropriate staff.
Identifies and cultivates fundraising prospects to support projects such as library collection digitization and access; writes major grants to agencies such as NEH and IMLS as well as to private foundations; contributes to grants in support of general operating expenses. Manages funded programs and reports to the funders.
Develops, provides, and directs library staff in providing reference and instructional services to staff, faculty, students, and the public. Offers library orientations and teaches information literacy skills. Works with faculty to offer and enhance services to campus constituencies. Fosters a collaborative work environment and a commitment to providing consistent high-quality reference and public service, incorporating up-to-date resources and technologies.
Manages research screening facilities which accommodate 8mm, super 8mm, 16mm, and 35mm film, all videotape formats, and digital formats. Coordinates research use of Theater 2. Plans and analyzes equipment needs, and purchases equipment to ensure compatibility with current and obsolete media formats.
Develops library collections in support of BAMPFA's research needs, as well as the film studies research needs of the Campus community and beyond. Develops a vision and plan for the Film Library's long-term collection program. Works with donors to build library collections; handles donation paperwork.
Directs cataloging of all Film Library collections as well as of BAMPFA's film and video collections. Oversees adherence to national professional cataloging standards and works with national and international professional organizations to design and implement improved and enhanced standards.
Serves on the Affiliated Libraries Administrative Group (TALAG). Collaborates with University Library IT to provide seamless access to BAMPFA catalog records in shared databases including OCLC/Worldcat, Oskicat, and Melvyl.
Continues development of CineFiles, BAMPFA's film-related document database, in collaboration with campus Research IT department. Manages ongoing and new initiatives to improve intellectual control and access to collections, including evaluating and selecting softwares and systems.
Has general responsibility for institution-wide digital asset management and preservation (for digitized images of artworks, art exhibitions, events, film stills, digital audio, and digital media). Oversees vendor and open-source systems used to manage these assets such as Piction and ResourceSpace. Periodically convenes institution-wide Digital Resources Task Force; updates Digital Resources Management Plan. Supervises Digital Asset Manager and coordinates with film collection, IT, and digital media staff to refine procedures and implement projects. Determines digital asset storage media and licensing needs for each budget cycle, including support contracts, and ensures that adequate funding is budgeted.
Contributes to national and international professional scholarship and standards development in the fields of information studies, film archiving, and librarianship. May prepare and present brief courses, seminars, and lectures for UCB and other graduate and undergraduate courses.
Expertise in library services including collection development, cataloging, archival processing, and providing reference and instruction.
Expertise in library and archival best practices and standards.
Detail-oriented with strong management, supervisory, problem-solving, and organizational leadership skills.
Resource management, project management, and grant writing skills.
Advanced knowledge of film history.
Knowledge of copyright law and of legal and ethical standards of film archiving.
Knowledge of national cataloging practices and systems (e.g., MARC, OCLC, RDA, integrated library systems)
Ability to research, select, and coordinate implementation of complex data and asset management systems.
Experience with digitization processes and digital preservation.
Demonstrated commitment to providing highly responsive public service.
Demonstrated written and oral communication skills.
- Degrees in archival studies, library and information studies, or film and media studies and/or equivalent experience/training.
Salary & Benefits
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
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Harvard Film Archive Program Manager
Bachelor's degree required.
Minimum of three years of higher education or business experience required.
Minimum 1 year experience supervising staff.
- Work is performed in an area with library materials that may contain allergens or irritants such as paper dust and/or mold.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION AT THE HARVARD LIBRARY
Across Harvard Library, our work is enriched by our diverse campus community. Our unique and wide-ranging abilities, experiences, and perspectives are integral to achieving Harvard University's mission of excellence in research, teaching, and learning for our patrons, our collections, and our workplace. We believe that an inclusive environment that cultivates and promotes understanding, respect, and collaboration across our diverse workforce enables our success.
We invite individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences and abilities to be a part of our community of over 700 staff members. Our work with faculty, students and researchers to explore answers to intellectual questions, enduring and new, and to seek solutions to the world's most consequential problems, requires that we not only reflect, but also champion our diverse society.
Harvard Library inspires collaboration, reflection, experimentation, and discovery connecting users to related disciplines and to University-wide teaching resources. The Library engages users through curated discovery, digital collections, reimagined physical space, and specialized research support. Today, Harvard Library's holdings range from traditional print collections to rapidly expanding access to digital resources. Harvard Library provides the University's faculty, students, and researchers—now and in the future—with exceptional experiences and comprehensive access to these materials.
Learn more about our contributions to the academic enterprise by visiting us at http://library.harvard.edu and about the Harvard University community athttp://hr.harvard.edu/why-harvard.
Harvard Library is a proud member of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance.
Overnight Film Maintenance Mechanic
Check with previous shift supervisors for any mechanical problems encountered and make necessary repairs.
Check daily of the maintenance schedule for preventive maintenance or production changeovers.
Monitor all department machinery and troubleshooting and repairing equipment breakdowns.
Assist mechanics and operators in troubleshooting equipment.
Maintain proper housekeeping.
Assist and perform installations, removals, rebuilds and modifications of machinery.
Perform light fabrication to include: sheet metal guards and modified machine parts.
Assist with utility systems and emergency building maintenance duties when necessary.
Core Skills and Qualifications:
The ideal candidate must possess all of the following:
Demonstrate minimum proficiency with the English language in order to ensure effective new hire training and on-going communications about safety and quality issues
Ability to work weekends as needed
Ability to work overtime as needed
Must have a history of stable employment
Preferred skills and qualifications:
Two (2) years previous industrial maintenance experience or schooling equivalent
Two (2) years previous experience with basic hand tools and power tools
Two (2) years previous experience with electrical systems and wiring
Two (2) years previous experience with schematics and blueprints
Two (2) years previous experience with plumbing and welding
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