To assist in the operation of the library computer network,digitization and university library.
Assists in the operation/maintenance of the university computer network.
Assists staff and students with use of various technology.
Works with staff to provide training on use of university computers and programs.
Attends training sessions and workshops to keep knowledgeable of system maintenance and latest resources.
Assists Library Staff in maintaining a positive learning environment.
Assists students and staff in locating learning resources using on-line catalogs, indices, technology and media.
Assists in troubleshooting issues related to hardware, operating systems and applications.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Associate’s degree required.
Knowledge of and ability to operate a variety of media equipment including but not limited to computers, video conferencing equipment, A/V equipment and digitization equipment.
Proficiency and experience in computer use; knowledge of basics of a local area computer network.
Knowledge, training and/or experience in library practices and procedures.
Knowledge of basic clerical practices and procedures and operation of common office equipment including scanners, proficiency as a typist. Knowledge with MOBIUS database/interface.
Ability to work effectively with immediate supervisor, staff, students and public.
Ability to follow oral and written directions; ability to use independent judgment.
Ability to multitask and assist in instructing as needed.
Have high quality interpersonal skills and able to work with students/staff.
Resolve technical issues with PC’s, laptops or other peripheral devices. This will involve having a good working knowledge of:
Microsoft operating systems/Common office applications
Common peripheral devices such as printers, scanners, etc.
Be able to work on your own initiative.
Provide assistance when needed.
Some weekends and evenings are required.
About Harris-Stowe State University
Harris Stowe State University is a coeducational municipal university centrally located in St. Louis. MO. There are three divisions. The college division provides a program of instruction leading to the degree of B.A. in education. The junior college division offers two-year courses in general, professional, and pre-professional training for residents of St. Louis. The University hosts collaborative graduate degree programs with Maryville University, the University of Missouri-St. Louis and Webster University. The University continues to expand, adding new campuses and buildings as part of its 21st-century initiative to offer opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students seeking a variety of degrees.