DESCRIPTION: The Circulation student worker assists the library patrons in using circulation, reserves, photocopiers and printers – key services that the library provides. The Circulation student assistant is an employee of Albright College and represents the library to students, faculty, staff and visitors. The Circulation student assistant can work up to 20 hours per week and will be trained extensively in their duties. Specific hours are decided by mutual agreement between the supervisor and the student when hired.
The Circulation student worker must provide excellent service to all library patrons in a pleasant positive manner. This position reports to the Day or Evening Circulation Supervisor. The duties of the position include but are not necessarily limited to the following:
QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal Circulation candidate is required to possess all of the following:
WAGES: The library currently pays minimum wage $7.25/hour for this position after a students passes their probationary/trainee period where they are paid $6.55/hr. Students advance by demonstrating their mastery of the duties they perform, as enumerated on the skill list for their position and their attitude as evaluated by their supervisors. Formal evaluations occur annually.
Approved: May 1, 2006
Updated: August 14, 2012