Job# 2331919: Library Student Assistant InterLibrary Services

About this Job

This is a Student Assistant job.

Library Unit: Library Administration

Application Deadline: 
Saturday, January 26, 2019

Job Number: 2331919

Pay Rate: 12.00 per hour

Job Description: 

Page Books and journals from stacks. Ship and receive books for interlibrary loan and CSU+. Scan journal articles for electronic delivery.

No prior experience needed.

Work Hours: 

8am - 5pm, Mondays to Fridays

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You must complete and submit a separate application for each job you are applying for. All applications received by the deadline are forwarded to the hiring supervisor. Due to the large number of applications received for each job opening, students will only be contacted for an interview. The hiring supervisor will screen, interview, select and hire applicants.

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Work Study is a form of Federal Government Financial Aid and does not apply to International Students. You may earn up to, but not more than, the total Work-Study award on your Offer Letter. You must be enrolled full-time at SFSU to be employed in a Work-Study position (12 units - undergraduates, 8 units - graduates)..

The Student Assistant program is NOT a financial aid program. It is funded by the State and provides part-time, on-campus positions available to students who are enrolled at least half-time at SFSU (6 units - undergraduates, 4 units - graduates).

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