The following position for a Serials Assistant in
the Acquisitions Department of California State Universtiy, Hayward has
just been posted.
Human Resources, WA Room 615
CSUH is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer in conformance
with Federal and State regulations, and does not discriminate on the basis
of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age
or disability. The University is committed to the principles of diversity
in employment and to creating a stimulating learning environment for its
diverse student body. Ethnic minorities, women, Vietnam-era veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
APPLY: #00-148-LIBRARY ASSISTANT II, Serials Assistant, Library,
Permanent, Full-time (1.0 time base, 40 hrs/wk),
$2,682.00-$3,531.00/mo. PLEASE NOTE: It is anticipated the starting
salary will be between $2,682.00-$3,107.00/mo.
all aspects of the acquisition of serial publications. Orders new serial
titles and enters bibliographic information, keeps serial records updated,
watches for all significant changes to serial titles, responsible for
keeping INNOPAC records current and accurate, and maintains contact with
vendors concerning all issues related to serial material i.e. subscription
information, costs, charges, title changes, billing issues etc.
Responsible for checking in, printing shelving labels and routing all
serial materials in a timely fashion. Properly records and processes
invoices, verifies for accuracy, updates and posts into INNOPAC. Creates
special lists/reports, e.g. tracking expensive subscriptions, cancelled
titles, etc. as needed. Compiles budget reports as needed. Uses
spreadsheet software to chart costs, inflation, documents, etc. as needed.
REQUIRES: A combination of library assistant experience and
college education: one year of experience requires four years of
education; two years of experience requires at least two years of
education; there is no minimum education requirement for three years of
experience. Knowledge of INNOPAC Acquisitions and Serials Modules, OCLC
Searching and downloading procedures, PC Windows 98 applications, LC
classificaiton and Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Ability to recognize
bibliographic changes. Ability to calculate correct invoice payments.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with diverse student,
faculty, staff and community is essential.
DEADLINE TO APPLY:
DECEMBER 15, 2000