POSITION TITLE: Library Clerk, Full-time
LOCATIONS: Hill District
REQUISITION NUMBERS: 121171
Job Summary: Performs a variety of routine clerical tasks to support library operations; performs other duties as assigned.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Greeting customers and providing basic reference and readers’ advisory service to all ages;
• Checking in and out library material;
• Registering customers for library cards, collecting fines and fees and processing customer holds and requests;
• Providing basic computer instruction and assistance to public PC users;
• Processing ILL and meeting room requests;
• Understanding and applying CLP’s Standards for Service Excellence when working with all customers.
Requirements & Qualifications:
• Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well with a diverse public and staff;
• Ability to work with frequent interruptions and complete tasks accurately and on time;
• Previous experience using the Millennium circulation module preferred;
• Previous experience using the Library of Congress Cataloging System preferred;
• Knowledge of MS Office, including Word and Excel;
• Physical ability to bend, reach and lift light loads (25+ lbs);
• High school diploma or equivalent. Some college is preferred.
Work Hours: Schedule varies to meet the needs of the branch; including days, evenings & weekends
Salary: $9.00 per hour
How to Apply: Interested candidates should apply online by December 15th.
About Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh:
Established as a public trust in 1895, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serves the citizens of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County with a distinguished history of leadership among the country's great public libraries. Through its 19 neighborhood locations, including Main Library and the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is the region's most visited asset, with 2.6 million visitors in 2008. Each year the Library provides valuable resources, programs, classes and training opportunities that engage the community in literacy, and life-long learning.