Five Positions: Washington, DC

Position: Circulation and Student Supervisor
Location: Mullen Library, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Position Summary:

The Circulation Desk and Student Supervisor manages all day circulation activities; opens the library and the stacks from Monday to Friday; assists the Head of Access Services in the supervision of the entire circulation operation including the management, development, and training of part-time staff, collection security, stacks management, Consortium Loan Service, interlibrary loan activities, and course reserves; participates in implementing training programs for full-time staff.

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Position: Access Services Technician
Location: Mullen Library, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Position Summary

The Access Services Technician has primary responsibility for managing physical (print) course reserves in Access Services. The incumbent also supports the consortium loan operation; resource sharing; and assists in circulation activities. This position has primary responsibility for the library stacks and the student workers assigned to the stacks. On weekends, the incumbent is responsible for opening Mullen Library and for overseeing
staff and services at both the Welcome Desk and the Circulation Desk.

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Position: Weekend Supervisor & Access Services Specialist
Location: Georgetown University, Washington, DC

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

The Weekend Supervisor & Access Services Specialist is solely responsible for managing and supervising all aspects of departmental policies, procedures, and processes on weekends. S/he opens the department both days and is the primary, and, for many weekend hours, only full-time Library employee in the building on weekends. The incumbent is responsible ensuring the department meets patron needs by providing preeminent services, collections and space, as well as supervising student workers at the Circulation Desk, in the Stacks, and in InterLibrary Loan Units on the weekends.

Position: Print Collections Supervisor
Location: Georgetown University, Washington, DC

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

The Print Collections Supervisor supports the teaching, learning, and research of Georgetown University faculty, students, and staff and the Library’s mission as an agile organization providing preeminent service, collections, and spaces to users. S/he supervises all aspects of physical maintenance of 1.6 million items in circulating and periodicals collections at Lauinger, Woodstock, and Blommer libraries, as well as Georgetown University materials housed in the Shared Collection Facility to ensure library materials are readily accessible and available. The incumbent oversees the transfer and delivery of materials among the various branches of the Georgetown University Library; monitors the growth of the physical collections; produces data reports and recommendations for improved library services and space; and provides support to other Access Services departmental operations as needed.

Position: Technology Services Specialist
Location: American University, Washington, DC
Salary: $22.10-$23.14

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Assists with managing the day-to-day operations of the Media/Technology Services Desk and the collections of instructional technologies and AV equipment available for loan. Manages the Media/Technology Services student staff, including hiring, scheduling, training, coaching, evaluating, organizing and delegating daily work. The incumbent is responsible for completing part time payroll and tracking part time budget expenditures. The incumbent collaborates with the Media/Technology Services Manager and the Media Services Specialist to ensure successful operations of a combined services desk. Helps coordinate the large format and poster printing service, the 3-D printing service, and public scanning services. Assists with managing the library’s Makerspace collection and engages in technical troubleshooting for supported equipment. The incumbent also develops technology-related resource guides and instructional programming for the Media/Technology Services and the Makerspace. Maintains content for a portion of the library’s website dedicated to loaned equipment. In addition, this position works with the Library Systems Administrator to provide technical support to the Access Services Division on integrated library systems. This position responds directly to user-generated inquiries by utilizing email, chat and telephone.