The San Francisco Conservatory of Music is looking for a part-time music Library Evening and Weekend Supervisor to oversee evening and weekend circulation services and supervise our student employees. This is a part-time position with approximately 14 to 15 hours of work per week (varies) during the academic year (late August through the middle of May). Flexibility is highly desirable. In particular, we presently have a critical need for coverage on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturdays. Apply here.
The incumbent will process incoming reserve requests, update hard copy reserve lists, and communicate with faculty regarding reserve requests. The incumbent will also provide technical assistance (copy machines, computers), assist with the processing and/or repair of materials, and be responsible for stack maintenance and shelving. At the end of the shift, the Weekend and Evening Supervisor will be responsible for closing and securing the library.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in music or a related field, two years of library experience, and experience with both public and technical service, including circulation procedures. Excellent written and oral communication skills and experience with MS Word and Excel are a must. Experience with the LC classification system and with OCLC Discovery catalog are desirable.
This is a part-time position with approximately 14 to 15 hours of work per week (varies) during the academic year (late August through the middle of May). Flexibility is highly desirable. In particular, we presently have a critical need for coverage on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturdays.
Pay Rate: $25.00/hour
Applying for this Position:
Please submit applications through our website. This position will be posted until filled.
SFCM’s mission is to transform our students: artistically, intellectually, professionally, and individually. Through the study of music at the highest level, our students learn to seek achievement in every endeavor, to convert challenge into opportunity, to understand the nature of excellence, and to pursue their dreams with vigor and determination.
We believe that inspiring the imagination, cultivating the artist, honing the intellect, and developing the professional are the keys to launching innovative graduates who excel in any field.
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