Part Time Support Staff
Please review the postings below. If you are interested, learn how to apply.
PT Temporary Positions in Painting and Maintenance (May - August)
The Facilities Management Open House Job Fair - Friday, March 7, 2014
Location: Power Center Ballroom - 5th Floor
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Duquesne University will be hiring summer temporary staff members to assist with campus improvement projects. Summer temporary staff will work a part time schedule (32 hours per week) with projected employment between May - August. Applicants must be available to work all shifts.
PT Painter ($19.19/hour)
- Paints and maintains rooms in University residence halls, academic buildings, and other areas
- Assists in carpentry maintenance tasks including routine drywall repair, window repair, cabinet repair, and door hardware installation
- Performs other related duties as assigned
PT General Maintenance Mechanic Trainee ($19.58/hour)
- Performs a variety of duties at the skilled level to maintain and repair University buildings, structures and their attendant equipment
- Monitors, maintains and performs basic repairs to building electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems
- Performs other related duties as assigned
How Do I Apply?
Come to our job fair on Friday, March 7 from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Bring a completed Employment Application and contact information for 3 professional references with you.
If you cannot attend the job fair, please submit a completed Employment Application to the Human Resources Office. Make sure to note that you are interested in the summer temporary positions.
PT EVENING/WEEKEND SUPERVISOR - REVISED HOURS
Location: Gumberg Library
Position Status: Part-time (14 hours/week)
Hours: 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.- Monday and Wednesday
Position Number: 70-32
Open Date: January 2, 2014
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Notes: Accepting resumes
Send Resume To: Careers@duq.edu
NATURE OF WORK:
Reporting to the Circulation Manager, this position has responsibility as part of a team for supervising students and providing services at the Circulation desk during evening and weekend hours. Responsible for greeting and registering visitors according to library policies, responding to emergencies, preparing and filing Incident Report forms describing security and building incidents, and performing opening and closing procedures. Stacks maintenance functions include monitoring, and participating in shelving and shifting projects as directed. Duties include answering basic directional and reference questions; charging and discharging materials; and other projects as assigned. Work schedule is primarily evenings, and will vary during holiday and summer periods.
ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK:
1. Greet and register visitors according to library policies
2. Answer basic directional and reference questions at the service desk.
3. Monitor work of student assistants during evening and weekend hours. Assign additional work as needed.
4. File security and building incident reports and contact appropriate personnel when needed.
5. Open/close building following a checklist
6. Charge/discharge materials through SIRSI system (books, AV materials, laptops, carrel keys).
7. Prepare and shelve materials.
8. Assist with organizing, and participate in stack maintenance functions, including collection shifting.
9. Operate and balance cash drawer.
10. Collect fines/maintain and update user records.
11. Assist library users with equipment photocopiers and microform machines.
12. Complete special projects as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS OF WORK:
The successful candidate will have earned a high school diploma (Bachelor's degree preferred) and have a minimum of one year experience working in a public service area of an academic library (supervisory experience preferred), or any equivalent combination of experience and training, which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the essential job functions. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: ability to prioritize tasks for self and others, and to adapt to changes in workflows; working knowledge of a library; strong commitment to customer service; strong organizational skills; basic computer literacy including the use of e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets; ability to maneuver 35 lb. book carts and move books, including reaching and lifting; ability to understand and willingness to support the University Mission Statement