Chase & District Employment Centre
Job Listing Education
Casual - Circulation and Reference Assistant
Hours Location Chase BC
Wage This position is subject to the provisions of the Collective Agreement with the BC Government and Service Employee's Union local 705. This is a grid 9 position, which pays $22.08 - $24.53 per hour. The TNRD requires that all successful applicants undergo a Criminal Record Check.Date Posted Sep 13,17
The TNRD is seeking a cheerful and helpful casual Circulation and Reference Assistant to work at the Chase Library
The Circulation & Reference Assistant creates a welcoming environment for all who enter the library. He or She registers new library patrons, check library materials in/out and performs cash transactions for payment of overdue fines. This position will answer reference questions, including questions about electronic devices such as e-readers. He or she may be required to deliver programs. There is a physical component to this position as well.
Skills and Requirements
The Ideal Candidate will have:
~ A passion for helping other and a belief in the importance of literacy
~ A welcoming and cheerful attitude
~ Exceptional customer service experience and demonstrated ability to exercise courtesy, tact and diplomacy when dealing with patrons and staff
~ Demonstrated ability to multi-task, work under pressure and within tight deadlines
~ Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
~ Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
~ Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and integrity
~ Grade 12 or GED equivalent
~ Basic computer skills
~ Excellent oral and written communication skills
~ Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
~ Experience working with children other than own, in a professional capacity. For example: Teacher, daycare worker
~ Strong technical aptitude, which includes:
~ minimum typing speed of 35 wpm
~ proficient understanding of Windows, Android and IOS operating systems
~ Demonstrated skill using Microsoft office programs, such as Excel and Word
~ General knowledge of the methods and practices used in operating peripheral equipment such as printers, USB drives and wireless internet connections
~ Ability to work with and learn a variety of software applications independently
~ proficiency to assist in patron with social media, email , e-readers, tablets, e-books/ audiobooks, and smartphones
To Apply Contact If you are interested in applying for this position please email your application to Quoting Competition 2017-040
All applicants must include a cover letter and a resume outlining your qualifications and experience. Please send your attachments in PDF format

Applications not fulfilling the criteria set out in this job posting will not be considered. Your application should clearly outline the qualification and or abilities and experience you have for this position.
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