Part-Time Page I
Weber County Library – 20-29 hr/wk – Part-Time – Partial Benefits – Sick-Vacation & Retirement Benefits
Preference given to bi-lingual (English/Spanish) applicants. Preferred applicants will work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends, to re-shelve library materials and perform other routine clerical tasks in a variety of settings. Must be proficient in using alphabetical and numerical organizational systems to organize materials.
General Duties: Under the close supervision of a Senior, Professional, Associate, Assistant, or Technical staff member, a Page performs the following types of entry level duties: Bibliographic entry; collection maintenance; equipment maintenance; building, grounds, and vehicle maintenance; routine directional service; and other tasks of an entry level clerical nature as required by individual library divisions. Assignments in this position category are based upon general proficiencies such as the ability to read, alphabetize, sort by decimal number, etc. Success depends largely on the ability to learn, adapt, work effectively with others, and assume responsibility. Each employee must annually sign and successfully complete a results-oriented performance plan, based upon the specific job duties for their position and upon the individual employee’s performance needs.
Performance Results: (Note: Any one position may not include all of the results listed, nor do the listed examples include all of the results which may be found in positions of this class. That is, employees may add results, and specific areas of assignment within the library may require the employee to perform fewer results than in other areas.)
General Qualifications: The Page classification does not require formal academic training in library subjects, but a high school degree or equivalency is preferred or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Assignments in this category are based upon general, educational proficiencies such as reading, general mathematics, knowledge of a computer keyboard, etc. Basic library terminology and routines are best learned on the job. Job assignments will vary within each division according to the library’s need, but each employee will be expected to have basic skills associated with bibliographic maintenance (keyboard skills, etc.); collection maintenance (ability to file materials alphabetically and by Dewey Decimal Number, etc.); equipment maintenance (ability to clean keyboards, replace cartridges and ribbons, etc.); building, grounds and vehicle maintenance (knowledge of cleaning supplies and equipment, ability to operate cleaning and yard equipment, etc.); and general public information skills (answering the phone, shelving or retrieving materials according to standard library classification schemes, etc.). Must be able to operate basic equipment found in the library divisions (computers and printers, microfilm machines, copy and FAX machines, etc.). Must be able to follow Board policy and Library Administrative plans and procedures, take initiative, work well with staff and public, and accept responsibility for his/her own actions.
Special Qualifications: Must be able to work rotating shifts (seven days a week), flexible hours (morning, afternoon, and evening), and holiday hours when the library is open. All Page staff will work a minimum of two evenings per week and will alternate weekend shifts with the other employees in their divisions. They will also work holiday hours of equal proportion to those of other employees in their division. Page staff are not exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act. Under the guidelines of the law, they may be required to work extra hours to cover for those employees who may be on vacation, sick leave, etc.