CLIC JOB POSTING
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- Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 11:19:27 -0500
- From: Chris Olson <olsonc@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: CLIC JOB POSTING
SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR-USER SUPPORT (New Position)
Cooperating Libraries in Consortium (CLIC), a group of eight private
academic libraries located in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, is
currently searching for a second systems administrator to provide
assistance in the management of its integrated library system
(Innovative Interfaces, Incorporated).
MAIN PURPOSE AND FUNCTION OF THIS POSITION: The Systems
Administrator-User Support acts as a mentor, liaison, and consultant to
member library staff in their development and use of library-related
information technologies. Cross-training, collaboration, and shared
office duties with the System Administrator-Systems Support are also
important responsibilities in this position.
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
Interact on-site with member staff regarding the use of the library
automation system, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.(III).
Communicate (orally and written) essential and appropriate information
to staff of CLIC libraries, to the CLIC executive director, and to the
automation vendor's support desk.
Manage library computing technology applications for existing III
services and new initiatives.
Work with and/or train staff in member libraries on III system-related
activities as assigned.
Manage and prepare statistical reports.
Coordinate the interface design of the web-based public access catalog.
Manage local enhancement submissions and coordinate the Consortium's
response for the III system enhancement process.
Assist with the technical operations related to the installation,
maintenance and upgrades of CLIC's automation system.
Participate in the strategic planning process of the Consortium.
Assume other related duties and responsibilities as assigned by the
* Demonstrated knowledge and experience of current computer operations,
microcomputers, local area networks, and telecommunications. General
familiarity with Oracle environment is highly desirable.
* Ability to transfer general automation knowledge to a specific library
automation system (2002- Innovative Interfaces, Incorporated).
* Knowledge of library operations.
* Knowledge of web-based operations and resources.
* Ability to work well within a team structure, as well as,
independently and under pressure.
* Ability to exercise good judgment for distinguishing when to resolve
problems and when to refer problems to others.
* Flexibility for responding to changes in schedules and procedures.
* Ability to communicate technical information orally and in writing, to
a group or one-on-one setting, including training situations and in the
preparation of local manuals/documentation.
* Ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationship with
library staffs, computer center staff, and vendor personnel.
* Valid driver's license and personal vehicle for job-related
* Bachelor's degree required, including or supplemented by successful
computer coursework. MLS is highly desirable.
HOURS: Full-time position. Schedule varies. Some evening and weekend
hours are required, but primary schedule is day-time hours Monday
through Friday. "On-Call" Duty is also required.
BENEFITS: Holidays, health insurance, sick and vacation leave, and
retirement benefits according to standard CLIC policies.
Position will be available as of July 1, 2002. Salary is commensurate
with experience. Send a letter of application, including salary
requirements, and resume to:
Chris Olson, Executive Director, Cooperating Libraries In Consortium,
1619 Dayton Avenue, Suite 204A, St. Paul, MN 55104.
More information concerning CLIC is available at: www.clic.edu