School of Law, Library, Circulation/Reserve
• Perform clerical and public service functions (checking
out books, handling returns, answering phones, making copies, send
faxes, scan documents, data entry, filing, hanging signs, document,
book and a/v deliveries.
• Assist library patrons in the use of library copiers,
scanners, fax machine and printers and tend to them with simple
jams, adding paper, and replacing ink cartridges.
• Reshelving and shifting books, stack maintenance including
shelf reading, scanning barcodes and dusting, retrieving books from
all floors of the library.
• Deliver books and / or other materials in the building and
other buildings on campus. Retrieve items from other campus
• Locate books and other resources using the online catalog,
and library databases.
• Participate in assigned projects.
• Basic computer literacy; familiarity with Microsoft Word,
Excel and Power point
• Good interpersonal skills, communications skills and detail
• Must be flexible; this person will be assigned additional
duties as deemed necessary.
• Ability to move a cart of books, reach high areas with the
use of a step stool. Students will work in an environment that may
have daily exposure to dust.
Monday- Sunday (AM, PM) Must be available to work several
shifts in the evenings, weekends or mornings. Flexible, 12- 20
hours a week
M-R: 8 a.m. - Midnight
F: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
S: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
U: 12 - 11 p.m.
Shorter hours on Holidays and Summer Sessions
In addition to completing the online student application,
students should submit their resume to Astrid Emel at email@example.com
Only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the
academic school year are eligible to apply for this position.
Resumes submitted by students that have not been awarded a work
study grant will not be considered.