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Thank you for your interest in working with Seton Hall University. All applicants must create an online application to be considered for any open position. Please note, employment is contingent upon satisfactory criminal and other relevant background investigations. The determination of satisfactory is at the sole discretion of Seton Hall University.

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Day-Time Library Services Worker/Seminary 2019/2020

Apply now Job no: 493815
Full time/Part time: Part-time
Location: South Orange
Categories: Student Employment

Day-time Library Services Worker is a work-study employee who works a four-hour block of time weekdays any time between 9 AM and 5 PM. Upon arriving, the Day-Time Worker on Monday will begin by reading the shelves in the Reference Section of the Reading Room. See above in the description of the duties for the Evening Shelving Worker what "reading the shelves" means. The Worker on Tuesday will "read the shelves" in the section with books whose alpha-numeric label begins with the letters BX (dogmatic and moral theology, canon law). The Worker on Wednesday will "read the shelves" with books marked C to Z. After reading the shelves, the Day-time Worker must check in with Stella Wilkins to see what other tasks are required that day. Sometimes you will be asked to push a cart of library materials over to the Cataloging Department of the Walsh Library or bring a cart over to that same department so as to pick-up and bring back to the Seminary Library materials that have been catalogued for us, such as new books. Sometimes you will be asked to stamp with the seminary library's official stamp any new books that we have received. Or you might be asked to rearrange a cart of new books according to their Library of Congress Classification number. Sometimes you will be asked to sit at the circulation desk and monitor who is admitted to the library, help library patrons with the checking in or out of library materials, collect fines for materials that are returned beyond their due date, or send over-due notices. If, while you are staffing the circulation desk, a library patron has difficulties with one of our computers, please bring this to the attention of Library Assistant Andrew Brenycz in the Staff Office. Mr. Brenycz is the library's computer expert and has supervision of all our library computers. A Day-time Worker who is well acquainted with our library's resources and has research skills might presume to assist or be called upon to assist a patron who is not familiar with the location of materials in our library or a patron who is having difficulty researching a topic. Otherwise, the experts in these areas is our librarian, Stella Wilkins

All work-study employees must have knowledge of Access Policy

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