These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position.
Provides reference and readers advisory services to the general public.
Develops pathfinders, bibliographies, brochures, booklets and newsletters.
Performs basic cataloging and/or routine circulation tasks.
Compiles bibliographies, bookmarks, reading lists, etc., as necessary.
May plan, coordinate, and present adult and juvenile programming, both inside the library and in community facilities, as requested.
May act as library liaison to community groups as necessary. Develops community contacts.
Maintains currency in professional library issues, developments, materials, and equipment with emphasis on current and future trends in technology and literacy. Attends training and meetings; in addition to, participating in professional library organizations.
Participates in collection management routines.
Assists and instructs patrons in the use of library services, resources and technology.
Interprets and enforces relevant Library/County policies and procedures to the public. Recommends policy changes to immediate supervisor or administration.
Aids in coordinating work of volunteer, clerical and professional staff. May schedule, train and/or supervise clerical staff, volunteers, public service workers, and AARP workers.
Regularly attends and is available during operating hours. May be assigned to any Manatee County Public Library System location.
Coordinates informational and recreational programs and participates in computer instruction classes.
Performs other related work (including weather or other extreme emergency duties) as required.