Temporary, Part-time Library Computer Systems Assistant
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: March 11, 2019
Organization: Spartanburg Community College
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Job Type: Part Time
Wages/Salary: STATE SALARY RANGE: $11.97 - $17.05 Hourly AGENCY HIRING RANGE - MIN: $ 11.97 AGENCY HIRING RANGE - MAX: $ 17.05
MINIMUM AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
A bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, business or related field; or an associate's degree in computer science, computer technology, office technology or a related field and two years' experience of work related experience (either in libraries or with computers); or a high school diploma and four years' work related experience (either in libraries or with computers).
Experience in technical writing, computer, and software skills. Strong customer service orientation and a demonstration of being detail-oriented are preferred. The ability to communicate and instruct others with varying levels and degree of knowledge/experience, be capable of excellent problem-solving skills in situation are sometimes stressful, and be able to take charge if needed. Be a self-starter that is able to pick up new skills easily and trouble-shoot over the phone.
Assist in operation of the SCILS Consortium such as managing computer system functions like running reports and uploading data. Serve as a liaison between users and ILS company (Sirsi). Assist in training users on the library software. Answering the phone, schedule meetings, writing reports, maintaining statistical spreadsheets, handling library database clean-up projects, providing webpage maintenance, and being a back-up for the SCILS Consortium in the System Librarian's absence, and other miscellaneous tasks. Perform general office duties, possess the ability to follow directions and exercise good judgment.
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