Public Services Assistant Jobs Vacancy in University British Columbia Vancouver
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2. Responsible for opening or closing routines as assigned. Monitors library security gates. Receives, reports and responds to information relating to thefts and other incidents. Contacts Building Operations, Campus Security and/or, RCMP for emergency safety, security and health issues. Contacts Building Operations for routine maintenance/repairs, and keeps a log of repair requests.
3. Interprets patron and circulation records. Accepts and responds to queries on library policies and procedures, including, overdue fines. Explains and enforces library policies and procedures.
4. Answers directional and information questions regarding library holdings. Demonstrates how to navigate UBC Library catalogue and website. Directs patrons to known resources and refers queries when necessary. Assists disabled users. Provides reception services.
5. Implements and assists with the general organization of the collection including shifting materials to accommodate growth and planned moves of library materials. Prepares for planned moves by measuring the linear footage of existing collection. Edits online records related to book moves, to ensure the correct status, material code, location, etc.
6. Clears, collects, sorts, shelves, shelf-reads, moves, straightens, and unloads library materials. Dusts and vacuums books and shelves.
7. Files updates to looseleaf services and other supplemental materials. Discards superseded materials.
8. Physically prepares library materials by tattletaping, stamping, barcoding, and generating and applying spine labels.
9. Cleans computer screens and peripherals, laptops, microform equipment, labelling equipment, etc.
10. Performs basic troubleshooting on all Law Library equipment including copiers, printers, computers, micro reader/printer, and staplers. Stocks, cleans, and provides operational assistance on this equipment. Reports problems, orders supplies and makes arrangements for equipment repairs.
11. Troubleshoots computer hardware and software problems, printer and other systems-related problems, and communications network problems. Provides an immediate solution, or refers unsolved problems to the Library's systems division and follows up to ensure staff are informed and problems resolved.
12. Assists with interlibrary loan activities. Searches the library catalogue and related resources for available copies; retrieves library materials; and copies/scans and transmits library materials as required.
13. Retrieves, sorts, and distributes mail.
14. Traces materials from prepared lists following search procedures.
15. Processes gift items. Checks library holdings for duplicates, missing or damaged volumes.
16. Participates in project work and performs other duties related to the qualifications and requirements of the job.
Takes initiative in learning about language and issues relating to equity and diversity. Ability to recognize, respect and work effectively with individuals and groups with diverse perspectives and backgrounds, and to appreciate their contributions. Ability to develop and maintain cooperative and productive working relationships and engage in workplace culture. Committed to demonstrating respect to colleagues at every level by trusting in their abilities and their knowledge to perform their roles, and earning respect through meeting commitments.
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.