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Technical Services Librarian, Hudson Public Library, Hudson, MA

Part-time Technical Services Librarian,

Hudson Public Library, 3 Washington Street, Hudson, MA

hudsonpubliclibrary.com

The Hudson Public Library is seeking an individual to work part-time in the Technical Services Department. Duties: Works under the supervision of the Assistant Director/Technical Services Librarian. Cataloging of library materials, RDA, MARC, Dewey, LCSH. Must be familiar with library systems automation; bibliographic database searching, OCLC searching. Prepares new materials for circulation; repairs damaged library items. Covers Adult Services/Reference Desk as needed; must be comfortable with and prepared to work in any area of the library. Provides computer maintenance & troubleshooting in the absence of the Technical Services Librarian. 10 hours a week - afternoon, evening and Saturday hours.

Qualifications

Graduate Level Library Science course work in cataloging print and non-print materials; 1-2 years computer software troubleshooting and maintenance experience required. Moderate physical effort is required to perform duties under typical library conditions. The employee is frequently required to sit, talk, hear, use hands to operate equipment and lift or move carts and cartons of books, or other materials weighing up to 30 pounds. Vision requirements include the ability to read routine and complex documents and use a computer.

Full/Part Time

Part Time

Salary

$18.14 per hour (grade F-1, non-union)

Closing Date

9-29-2017

How to Apply

Send cover letter and resume to: Deborah Kane, Assistant Director, Hudson Public Library: dkane@cwmars.org.

(This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.)

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