The successful candidate will work the hours of 1:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. Sunday through Thursday.
A 10% shift differential will be paid for all hours of a regularly assigned evening or night shift provided the employee actually works four hours or more between the hours of 3:00 P.M. and 7:00 A.M.
Auburn University Libraries seeks creative, dynamic, and results-oriented candidates for the position of Evening and Weekend Supervisor at the Library of Architecture, Design and Construction.
The successful candidate will be hired at Specialist I/II, Library Technical commensurate with relevant qualifications and experience.
The person in this position reports to the Head of the Library of Architecture, Design and Construction (LADC).
The LADC is a branch of Auburn University Libraries and primarily supports the research, study, and teaching needs of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction.
The LADC is also a resource for professionals in related fields and for the community.
The primary duties include, but are not limited to supervising the undergraduate student employees and assisting with the LADC's user technology-related resources:
- Hire, manage, schedule, train, and motivate 12 to 14 undergraduate student employees
- Provide consultations and point-of-need assistance to library patrons in use of software, technology, and equipment
- Support student success by offering guidance on project design using applications and equipment offered in the LADC
- Troubleshoot equipment and software technology issues and submit and monitor help tickets to other library units as needed
- Deliver excellent customer service when answering questions and assisting patrons with use of the library
- Design displays, signage, and instructional materials for software and technology
- Engage in regular assessment of student employees' performance
- Assist with documenting and analyzing reference transactions
- Maintain content and analyze use of the department's website and blog
- Assist with social media platforms and outreach efforts
- Monitor and promote the safe use of the library collections, facility, and services during the late evening hours
- Communicate with the librarian and daytime staff regarding nighttime activity and library operations
- Represent the department on library-wide committees and task forces Entry into the candidate pool for Specialist I, Library
Technical requires a high school diploma or equivalent plus four (4) years of experience managing and processing complex data or materials and familiarity with basic computer applications and designs.
The salary range for Level I is $22,300 - $37,200.
Level II requires a high school diploma or equivalent plus six (6) years of experience managing and processing complex data or materials and familiarity with basic computer applications and designs.
The salary range for Level II is $25,000 - $41,700.
When a candidate has the required education, but lacks the required experience, they may normally apply additional appropriate education toward the experience requirement, at a rate of one (1) year relevant education per year of required experience.
- Demonstrate quality customer service and possess excellent organizational, time management, social, and communication skills
- Work as a team member while interacting with faculty, staff, and students; take initiative to complete complex projects
- Familiarity with computer applications including Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office
- Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills and attention to detail
- Dependability, multi-tasking, and the ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
- Job frequently requires standing, walking, reaching, balancing, hearing, handling objects with hands, and occasionally lifting up to 25 pounds.
Please use the attachment feature of the online employment system and attach the following: cover letter, resume, and references.
Only complete application packets will be considered for review.
A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment is required.
Location/Region: Auburn University, AL (36849)