FORWARDED FOR Denise H. Corey-Fancy <[log in to unmask]>

Part-time Evening and Weekend Circulation Supervisor
20 hours per week

Recognized as a leader in innovative education, Mount Saint Vincent University is a dynamic,
challenging and welcoming environment. Our reputation for academic excellence, personal approach to
education and distinctive programs attract outstanding faculty, staff, and more than 4,800 students
from across Canada and around the globe.
The Library is seeking a reliable, flexible, knowledgeable, motivated, organized and mature person
to work evening/weekends in a service, training and supervisory role. This is an ideal position for
someone wishing to work part time hours only. Flexibility in schedule is essential in this
position. The two evening/weekend circulation supervisors are expected to accommodate shifts for
one another during vacation and occasional time off. This position reports to the Circulation

Scheduled hours: Sept.-April: Sat. 9am-6pm, Wed. & Thurs. 4:30- 10:30pm (20hrs)
May-August: Shifts alternate as follows: Sun.11am-6pm, Mon. 4-9pm, Tue. 5-9pm, Wed. 5-9pm (20 hrs),
and on alternate weeks: Mon.-Thu. 4-9pm (20 hrs)
The primary responsibilities of this position include providing circulation services to library
users, carrying out all functions of the Novanet circulation module, including automated and manual
control of regular and reserve loans, processing circulation notices, handling financial
transactions, assigning study carrels, care and control of library audio-visual equipment, stack
maintenance, developing automated files for library users, tracking held, recalled or missing
items. The incumbent trains and supervises student assistants and advises them on an on-going
basis, and is responsible for problem resolution or referral, Library opening and closing
procedures, maintenance of Library security, and providing access to Library resources. The
evening/weekend supervisor may be assigned other duties (assisting in preparing instructional
material, organizing displays, etc.) as required.

This position requires at least one year previous work experience in a
library. Supervisory and training experience is required. Preference will be given to candidates
who have an undergraduate degree and/or Library technician diploma, or an equivalent combination of
education and experience. Candidates must be able to exercise good judgement, organize work and
work conscientiously without supervision. The incumbent must have excellent communication skills
and adaptability to constant change in activity. Experience with an automated library system, Word
and internet searching are required, as well as good keyboarding skills.

Classification: NSGEU &#150; Level 6

Start Date: August 2, 2005

Salary Range: $29,475 per annum (pro rated for hours worked)

Please apply by 7/8/2005 to:
      Human Resources
      Mount Saint Vincent University
      166 Bedford Highway
      Halifax, NS B3M 2J6
      E-Mail: [log in to unmask] or
      Fax to: (902) 457-8801

Mount Saint Vincent University is committed to the principles of employment equity and encourages
applications from all qualified candidates, including women, aboriginal persons, visible minorities
and persons with disabilities.
We thank all applicants for their interest in employment at Mount Saint Vincent University,
however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
Denise H. Corey-Fancy
Library Assistant -- Circulation
Mount Saint Vincent University Library
Halifax, NS   B3M 2J6
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