Reference Department Aide/ Library Aide (Adult Circulation and Processing)

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Altoona Public Library Job ID: OF0417

Reference Department Aide- Retrieve magazines and documents from the second floor storage area. Re-file magazines, documents and microfilm that have been used by patrons. Check in newspapers, magazines and government documents. Sort, count, alphabetize, stamp and file a variety of materials according to prescribed methods. Clip articles from newspapers for the vertical file. Enter information in computer files. Perform related tasks as requested by reference staff. Library Aide (Adult Circulation and Processing) - Covers books, prepares books for shelving, carts materials, shelves materials, re-shelves and maintains the appearance of the collection. Answer the phone, assists patrons in finding materials or locations in the library. Perform duties at the desk to facilitate check-in and check- out, maintains files and records and performs related work as needed.

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Company Address: 1600 Fifth Avenue, Altoona, PA 16602

Contact Information

Shelley Willliams, Adrienne Brown
(814) 946-0417

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