Working Warhawk I - Archives and Special Collections Student Worker

Auburn University at Montgomery
February 19, 2023
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Position Title Working Warhawk I - Archives and Special Collections Student Worker

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Department Library (Archives)

Number of Vacancies Job Open Date 10/07/2022 Job Close Date Special Instructions to Applicants

This posting requires a resume and/or cover letter to complete the application. Students can request resume and/or cover letter review assistance by sending .doc or .pdf documents to [email protected].

Please upload your current or upcoming class schedule to the section titled, “Student Schedule”.

Applications will be collected throughout the Fall 2022 Semester. You are strongly

encouraged to schedule an On-Campus Job Search Assistance appointment with the

AUM Career Development Center before applying. Visit Handshake on MyAUM to search for appointment availability.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Students working in Archives & Special Collections will assist the Archives & Special Collections Librarian with collections work and public services for researchers and users. Collections work includes the processing of archive materials, which may require writing descriptions, creating inventories, rehousing materials, and arranging folders. Students will also be responsible for retrieving, shifting, and shelving collection material, and photocopying. Students will also assist with digital preservation projects, which may require scanning documents, uploading materials to an online repository, adding metadata, and other processing as directed. Students may also assist in answering phone calls and assisting visitors, responding to reference requests, and monitoring researchers in the Archives & Special Collections dept. 10-12 hours per week

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Interpersonal and communication skills

Organization and time management skills

Digital technology application skills

Ability to pay close attention to detail

Ability to provide excellent customer service

Experience using Word and Excel

Able to respond well to feedback, communicate clearly and follow exact directions

Able lift up to 50 lbs.

Interest in history, literature or libraries is a plus

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