Job DescriptionYour application must provide a detailed description of your knowledge, skills and abilities and/or work experience in relation to the following duties. This full-time position provides acquisitions services and support to the Library Services Department at CSU-Pueblo. Works with the Collection Development Librarian to ensure the smooth operation of the Acquisitions Department. Sorts library mail to insure proper distribution to individuals and departments. Prepares monographs and theses for binding. Processes gift items for inclusion in the library's collection. Orders and processes learning materials for library collections. Checks materials received for accuracy and processes invoices for payment on AIS. Supervises and trains library student employees to guarantee the work of the unit is completed correctly and in a timely manner. Supervises library student employees some nights and weekends in the circulation department. Keeps daily records and makes monthly and year end statistical reports to inform the library administration of the status of learning material budget expenditures and encumbrances. Performs other duties as assigned or required.
Additional Info & RequirementsNOTE: The regular schedule for this position will be 8a.m. to 5p.m., Monday – Friday. In addition, this position rotates with four other staff members to cover Saturdays. Occasional evening shifts may be required. You must be willing to accept these hours in order to be considered for this position. Hours are subject to change. SALARY INFORMATION: New hire employees are typically hired at the minimum of the monthly salary range listed above. Exceptions to this are rare and subject to budget constraints. If the successful candidate is currently a state employee for transfer or promotion, his/her current salary will be taken into consideration.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of general library experience including typing, ordering, preparing, shelving and maintaining library materials. Requires knowledge of library classification systems and filing procedures. (Part-time experience will be prorated.) SUBSTITUTION: Two years of course work from an accredited college or university including twelve semester hours of library science course work may substitute for the general library experience (YOU MUST SUBMIT A COPY OF YOUR UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS WITH YOUR APPLICATION IF YOU ARE APPLYING USING THIS SUBSTITUTION). PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Please provide a detailed description of your work experience and qualifications that describe how you meet the following: Experience in the following areas: 1. Basic bookkeeping. 2. Microsoft Office products including Word and Excel. 3. Working with an automated ILS (integrated library system). 4. Working with the acquisitions module of an ILS. 5. Ordering and processing learning materials for inclusion in a library’s collection. 6. Working in a position that required excellent organizational skills. 7. Working in a position that required excellent communication skills. 8. Working in a position that required excellent attention to detail. 9. Working in a team environment that requires a variety of new tasks or change in workflow with the ability to work positively with other staff to complete tasks. 10. Working in a position that required excellent customer service skills.
How To Apply: Applicants interested in applying for this position must submit a State of Colorado Demographic Information Form and a State of Colorado Application for Announced Vacancy available at CSU-Pueblo Human Resources, local Job Service Center, or the following web address: http://www.gssa.state.co.us/announce/Job+Announcements.nsf/$about?OpenAbout. NO OTHER APPLICATION WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS ANNOUNCED POSITION. You must also submit the Disqualification and Appeals Form with your application. Late applications and emailed applications will not be accepted. Submit to: Colorado State University - Pueblo Office of Human Resources Attn: Angela Bender, HR Specialist 2200 Bonforte Blvd Pueblo, Colorado 81001 Your application must be received in our office by 5PM on Wednesday, January 18, 2008 in order to be considered for this position. Postmarks will not be accepted. No additional time will be allowed for submission of additional information. Failure to include the required information by the application deadline will result in your rejection from consideration of the position. Your application will be reviewed by a qualified Human Resource Specialist to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for this position. If it is determined that your application material does not meet the announced minimum qualifications, you will be notified in writing and may contact our office at the number on the letter within five days of receipt to discuss the matter. If you still do not agree with our decision regarding your qualifications, you have the right to have that decision reviewed by the State Personnel Director. Your request for a Director's review must be received in the State Personnel Director's office within ten days from your receipt of the letter informing you that you do not qualify. To request a Director's review, you are required to complete and submit the Colorado State Personnel Consolidated Appeal/Dispute Form, available at http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/spb/. Instructions for completing the form, as well as State Personnel Board Rules and Director's Administrative Procedures, are also available on the same web site. If you are not able to access the forms on the internet or if you require assistance, please contact our department's Human Resource Office. This request for Director's review should be forwarded to: State Personnel Director, Attention: Appeals Section, 1313 Sherman Street, 1st Floor, Denver, CO 80203. GENERAL INFORMATION: • When applying for a state job carefully follow the published instructions. Submitting an application without all the required information or past the announced deadline will result in the application not being considered for the position. • Colorado state law requires that the top three scoring individuals from the testing process be referred to the hiring authority for a job interview. A hiring authority may hire any of the persons referred. • The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work. • Colorado complies with the Americans with Disability Act to provide accommodations for persons with disabilities. • If you are appointed to a permanent position, you will serve a probationary or trial service period, not to exceed one year. This is the final part of the selection process and performance on the job is reviewed carefully. Upon satisfactory completion of this probationary or trial service period, you will receive “certified” status. • Veteran’s Preference points are added to final passing scores on open-competitive examinations only for eligible veterans and un-remarried spouses of qualified veterans. The job application contains information on how to qualify for and receive veteran’s preference points. • All employment opportunities are open to qualified persons who are at least 16 years old (unless other age limits are required). The Colorado Constitution also requires that candidates for state classified jobs be residents of Colorado, unless the State Personnel Board waives this requirement. If the residency requirement has been waived for a position it will be noted in the job announcement. • Classified employees of Colorado State University - Pueblo receive the State of Colorado benefits, which include; paid holidays, annual and sick leave; Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA), tax deferred annuity plans; and medical, dental and life insurance. Tuition Assistance is available for employee of CSU-Pueblo.