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Library- Late Evenings Study Hall

Employment Type Student Employee
Hourly Rate $12.00

Special Note: All students are required to read the BU Student Employment Policy prior to submitting an application. All Federal Work-Study students should read the program rules and regulations located at http://www.belmont.edu/sfs/employment/fws.html

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

To monitor the library building during overnight study hours including:  

1. Monitor the students and faculty entering the library.

2. Assist students in the building overnight with questions, the self-checkout station, or printing support.

3. Walk the entire library building, count the number of people in the library, and record the count on a
statistics sheet every half hour.

4. Adhere to library building policies and ensure students are adhering to these policies during the overnight hours.

Required Qualifications

Good customer service and professional communication skills/phone etiquette.

Positive attitude with a willingness to assist others.

Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel Power Point and other internet based programs.

Must be reliable, self-directed, trustworthy, and responsible.

The student should be observant and constantly aware of his/her surroundings, have good judgment and critical thinking skills.

  
Required EducationMust be enrolled as a current student at Belmont University. 
  
Required ExperienceSome previous front desk or public service experience helpful. Previous Library experience is helpful but not required.

Belmont University is a Christian community. The university faculty, administration, and staff uphold Jesus as the Christ and as the measure for all things. As a community seeking to uphold Christian standards of morality, ethics, and conduct, Belmont University holds high expectations of each person who chooses to join the community. In compliance with federal law, including provisions of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and Sections 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973/the American with Disabilities Act, Belmont University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, military service, or sexual orientation in its administration of education policies, programs or activities; its admissions policies; or employment. Consistent with applicable civil rights law, the University seeks employees of Christian faith who are committed to the mission of the University.  Click here to learn more.

Belmont's Office of Human Resources will conduct ongoing evaluations of the means by which candidates for employment are sought, to the end that the pool of candidates will include qualified women, minorities, veterans and disabled individuals. Belmont University is an equal opportunity employer under all applicable civil rights laws.