Performs a variety library support & customer service function.
- Opening & processing library mail, logging receipt of material into library serials software, maintaining accurate patron lists.
- Stamps, pockets, labels new library books and continuations.
- Performs collection maintenance duties to maintain an inviting library space including shelving, filing and shifting of library materials. Includes maintaining the satellite Tax library.
- Distribution of newspapers & other timely materials.
- Assists with processing & distribution of office copies.
- Maintains all circulation functions, including check-ins, check-outs, recall of missing books, attorney office book audits, and repair of damaged books.
- Fills interlibrary loan requests, including doing basic retrieval at other libraries when necessary.
- Contacts vendor/publisher for claims of missing materials.
- Performs other tasks as assigned and participates in special projects as requested.
Benefits & Additional Compensation Info
Holland & Hart works hard to promote work/life balance with a 37.5-hour scheduled work week for most staff employees, a robust wellness program, and generous PTO and holiday pay for eligible employees. Full-time employees become eligible for benefits on the date hire, with a benefits offering that includes, dental, vision, life, AD&D, EAP, STD, and LTD. Also available are voluntary income protection benefits such as supplemental life, accident, critical illness, and long-term care insurances, as well as a 401(k)-retirement plan with a company match. In addition, the firm has programs that may provide for educational assistance, free or discounted legal services, and opportunities through the Holland & Hart Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating volunteer opportunities for lawyers, staff, families, and friends of Holland & Hart LLP. Part-time employees may have access to some of these benefits, which may be on a pro-rated basis.
Additional Info & Requirements
Job Qualifications (Education, Experience and Certification):
- High school education and one-year job related experience.
- Must be proficient in the use of a computer including familiarity with EOS library automation software, Microsoft Office and Outlook.
- Demonstrated ability to provide accurate and detailed support in filing, labeling, and shelving.
- Demonstrated oral and written communications skills as required to interact effectively with a wide variety of people at all levels.
- Demonstrated organizational skills as required to maintain effective recordkeeping systems.
- Supporting team members to meet deadlines.
- Functional/Technical Expertise – Understands necessary information, processes and procedures to carry out job responsibilities.
- Customer Orientation – Views the firm through the eyes of the customer and goes out of their way to anticipate and meet customer needs.
- Communication – Recognizes the essential value of continuous information exchange.
- Team Player – Team oriented; maintains composure and is adaptable to the changing needs of the team.
- Results Orientation – Maintains appropriate focus on outcomes and accomplishments.
While performing the duties of this position, the employee must have the ability to sit, stand and/or walk for extended periods of time; manipulate (lift, carry, move) weights of at least ten (10) pounds; have repetitive wrist/hand/finger movement to work on a computer and/or related office equipment; speak clearly and concisely so listeners can understand; and regularly understand the speech of another person.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by this position to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Professional office atmosphere. Sedentary work that primarily involves sitting or standing for prolonged periods. Position may require occasional off-hour meetings and events.