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Student Job Bulletin - Ayala Science Library

ACQUISITIONS ASSISTANT II – $8.24/HOUR

Open daily bulk mail containing periodicals, newspapers, added volumes, microforms, & CD-ROMS. Sort according to nature of material. Open daily first class mail and distribute to appropriate staff. Distribute campus and inter-office mailings to staff. Target serial publications for both the Langson Library and Ayala Science Library. Identify problems involving labeling for journal titles and mismarked locations and/or call numbers on journal covers. Distribute materials to other departments in Technical Services. Prepare bins for tranporting processed materials toLangson Library departments. Withdraw superseded serial publications from Langson and Ayala Science Libraries.

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CATALOG ASSISTANT II – $8.24/HOUR

Input records in OCLC Database directly on line and using Microenhancer Program. Input data into ANTPAC. Search database (ANTPAC, OCLC). Uses predetermined criteria to select records for export to ANTPAC, or to be given to supervisor for decision. Edits records in ANTPAC as instructed. Inputs new records into ANTPAC from worksheets. Input records on OCLC. Inscribe CJK romanized title and call number on title page. File CJK shelf list, author and title cards. Prepare monthly list of newly cataloging. Search OCLC for catalog copy. Input CJK Cataloging Copy into OCLC. Tasks as assigned by Supervisor. Ability to read Chinese publications.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSISTANT II – $8.50/HOUR

Under close supervision, the student will perform routine Information Technology tasks:
Cable maintenance involves securing and organizing network and computer–related cables.
Clean and maintain computing equipment.
Assist Information Technology staff with basic tasks such as computer hardware peripheral replacement, and equipment inventory.
Performs light clerical and administrative support such as faxing, filing, and word processing.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Basic Qualifications:
Ability to lift light equipment (0–25 lbs), Basic skills with operating hand and electric tools.
Ability to perform semi-skilled clerical work (word processing, filing, etc.), Familiarity with standard office equipment and PC.
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions, Good communication, verbal and written, skills, Ability to set and keep work schedule.
Ability to meet Department's customer service criteria.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSISTANT III – $10.00/HOUR

Under close supervision of the Network and Desktop support supervisor, the student will perform routine to moderate tasks:
Install and configure computers and peripherals
Install and configure Library standard applications
Identify, troubleshoot, and resolve simple to moderate hardware problems
Identify, troubleshoot, and resolve simple to moderate software questions/problems related to the Library standard applications
Use disk imaging utility, Ghost, to maintain software image of PC models used in the libraries, and to distribute image to PCs
Reconfigure and/or upgrade computer/peripherals as needed
Assist IT staff with the installation and configuration of Library specialized applications
Assist with maintaining the equipment inventory
May assist supervisor with the training of less experienced student assistants
Use asset management tool, Landesk, to deploy software and to query inventory
Cable maintenance involves securing and organizing network and computer-related cables.
Clean and maintain computing equipment
Clean and maintain NDS work area, server room, and IT satellite office
Perform manual labor (lift and/or move equipment weighing up to 50 lbs.)
Perform clerical and administrative support
Performs other duties as assigned.

Basic Qualifications
Skills to perform simple to moderate hardware and software installation
Skills to troubleshoot and resolve simple to moderate hardware and software problems
Ability to set and keep work schedule
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
Good communication, verbal and written, skills
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions
Pay close attention to detail for accuracy
Ability to follow through on assignments and work independently
Ability to organize and establish priorities for multiple tasks of various complexities
Demonstrate diplomacy and flexibility when assisting users of all skill levels
Familiarity with standard office equipment and PC
Ability to lift light equipment (0–50 lbs)
Skills to operate powered and non–powered tools
Ability to meet Department's customer service criteria

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSISTANT IV - $18.00+/HOUR

Advanced Student Developer for a temporary (3 month) position. Under the supervision of the Digital Project Specialist in the Libraries IT Department and in collaboration with other IT Department staff, the Advanced Student Developer will design, develop and test technical components to enhance the functionality of UCI Data Portal @ the Libraries, a UCI-specific instance of research data sharing software developed by the California Digital Library (CDL). 
Required
• Proven experience with Java, including appropriate development frameworks and servlet/page management software such as Apache Tomcat
• Experience in web development using JavaScript/CSS/XSLT across multiple browsers
• Experience accessing and manipulating REST-based web services
• Knowledge of geospatial and mapping concepts such as spatial analysis, map projections, etc.
• Ability to clearly communicate technical ideas, whether to other technical peers, or non-technical project managers or customers

Desired
• Experience with geomapping software such as ArcGIS, Google Maps, Leaflet etc.
• Experience working with source code version control such as Git
• Experience/Familiarity with: Ruby on Rails, Perl, Python, HTML
• Experience writing code to interact with external APIs
• Familiarity with security systems such as Shibboleth or UCI’s WebAuth
• Experience with iOS/Android/Mobile JavaScript development

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MULTIMEDIA RESOURCES CENTER ASSISTANT IV – $10.00/HOUR

Maintains regular schedule on the MRC Desk; Provides assistance with locating materials in the MRC collection; Circulates, renews, recalls, holds, reshelves, etc. MRC materials; Answers basic questions about fines and bills from MRC materials; Explains MRC policies and procedures to patrons; Provides telephone assistance for MRC Desk, i.e., holding checks, directions and referrals to other Library service points; Processes requests for course reserves materials; Tabulates monthly statistics for the MRC; Maintains the MRC training manual; assists with training the MRC students; Maintains the MRC forms file and ensures that copies are replenished as needed; Assists with the setup of MRC classrooms and AV equipment, as needed within the UCI Libraries; Answers questions about basic search techniques for ANTPAC, the Melvyl® Databases, and the World Wide Web; Refers questions about in-depth database subject content, search strategies, search strategies, search problems, etc., to the Reference Desk; Other duties as assigned.

Basic Qualifications: Good oral and written communication skills; Ability to work efficiently and accurately in an environment with frequent interruptions; Ability to handle positively special requests and to carry through to insure such tasks are completed or information provided in a timely manner; Ability to present a polite but firm attitude with patrons and to remain calm; Ability to type on an online terminal keyboard; Ability to file alphabetically and numerically; Knowledge of ANTPAC, Melvyl®, and the World Wide Web

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