Marriott Library Jobs
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Academic Librarian Positions
Graduate & Undergraduate Librarian
The J. Willard Marriott Library seeks an innovative and dynamic professional for the position of Research Education Librarian to work four weeks each semester at the Utah Asia Campus (UAC) located in Incheon, Korea and spend the rest of the time at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. This is a career-line faculty appointment with funding guaranteed for three years. This is an excellent opportunity to work with University of Utah faculty and students to engage them in information literacy, research, critical thinking, and accurate writing and citation styles. The incumbent will engage with faculty and students across disciplines and campus units and meet regularly with the Marriott Library Associate Dean for Research and User Services. Reporting to the Head of Graduate & Undergraduate Services, the successful candidate will:
Teach library research workshops for 4 weeks each semester at the UAC and participate in teaching at the University of Utah Salt Lake City campus that includes being a guest lecturer for first-year programs and other targeted courses in the campus curriculum.
Provide one-on-one and small group research consultations and offer research and technology assistance in person and online.
Participate in outreach and engagement to the Salt Lake City and the UAC campus that expands connections and builds partnerships.
Participate in the development of the print collection at the Incheon Global Campus.
Benefited Staff Positions
Information Services & Circulation Coordinator
This is a new position that will help the library deliver improved patron service as we shift to a new model for managing access to collections. This presents an opportunity for the selected candidate to shape the role according to needs, opportunities, and priorities that emerge in the new model. Flexibility, reliability, responsiveness, tolerance for ambiguity, and a commitment to serving diverse and changing patron needs in a team-based setting will be key components of success in the role. Showing respect and concern for people of all ages, races, nationalities, and backgrounds is an important part of our work environment. We expect the person in this role to deliver service that is high quality, welcoming, and consistent.
Reporting to the Security and Information Services Manager, the coordinator performs a wide range of duties in library information services. Responsible for coordinating several aspects of circulation including, account set up and management and outreach to permit-holding patrons and University of Utah community patrons, fine and lost book resolutions, billing, recalls and holds management. Processes all cashier transactions and coordinates with cashier groups at all service points on setup of equipment, management of reports, and updates to procedures. Responsible for writing and updating circulation training manuals for the department and training all staff on circulation procedures. Ensures and maintains a professional presence while implementing quality customer service in circulation, reference, and cashier capacities to ensure patron needs and requests are fulfilled. Serves as backup to the manager in the coordination of security incidents and emergencies while on duty. Responsible for interacting with part-time Security staff and ensuring the highest level of excellent user focused services, in person at the exits and all other forms of communication (written, email, phone).
Please note: For the Marriott Library to be able to appropriately monitor hours worked, part-time employees are generally asked to restrict their work with the University of Utah to Library employment only, unless an exception is granted. Please contact Jordan Waite for questions about this policy.
Events and Scheduling Assistant
The J. Willard Marriott Library is looking for energetic applicants for an Events and Scheduling Assistant. Potential candidates would be those interested in working on a team in giving excellent customer service on scheduling needs, as well as for needs with events in the library to ensure their success for all involved. We are looking for hardworking individuals who take initiative to accomplish tasks with a great attitude to apply.
The Manuscripts division is seeking a curious, motivated and enthusiastic student to help arrange and describe archival collections. Our division houses one-of-a-kind documents from a wide variety of persons including politicians, river-runners, scientists, housewives, community activists, religious leaders and everyone in between. It is the work of a Manuscripts Processor to make these items accessible to researchers. If working directly with historic documents in an intellectually stimulating environment appeals to you, consider applying for the Manuscripts Processor position.
Security & Information Services Officer
This is a customer service position at the J. Willard Marriott Library that helps to provide a safe environment for employees and visitors, and preserves and protects the facilities and collections. Library Security & Information is charged with the ongoing responsibility for security, fire prevention and protection, and safety within the library and its grounds. In addition to providing a security presence at the library's entrances, employees will enforce all Library and University policies and will be responsible for contacting University of Utah Police if State or Federal laws are being broken. Employees will be expected to provide information, circulation assistance, and directional help for the library as well as the University campus.
Special Collections Assistant
Process incoming gift book collections with full bibliographic listing, check existing holdings for best copy, check out-of-print resources for book values, serve at the reference desk, assist with special events, mailings, check out-of-print dealer catalogs for possible acquisitions. PTE must be detail oriented and pay attention to details of publication for best copy comparisons. After training in all areas of Special Collections, serve on the reference desk for one to two shifts of two hours per week. Able to work Monday through Friday during the hours of 8-5 and two Saturdays per semester (10-6) and assist with special events held during the evening.
Do you have a love of Utah history, Mormon history, and/or the history of the West? If so, this position is perfect for you. As a Photograph Processor in Multimedia Archives, you will assist in the arrangement, description, and digitization of photograph collections related to these histories. You be part of a team dedicated to preserving these important histories.
There are no internships available at the moment.