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A Library Technical Assistant (Safety), under the guidance of a Librarian, Correctional Facility or Senior Librarian, Correctional Facility follows established procedures to perform specialized
subprofessional duties, such as precataloging, interlibrary loans, book acquisition, book inventory, and locating simple bibliographic information within the library system of a State correctional facility. Such work primarily requires a practical knowledge of library functions and services and an ability to apply standard library tools, methods, and procedures within well-defined standards. Incumbents assist professional librarians by performing a variety of responsible subprofessional library tasks such as book circulation, book acquisition, catalog classification, physical upkeep of library material, and book inventory; and may have responsibility to supervise, train, and evaluate inmate library clerks. Incumbents are responsible to maintain order and supervise the conduct of persons committed to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; prevent escapes and injury by these persons to themselves or to property; maintain security of working areas and work materials; inspect premises for contraband, such as weapons or illegal drugs; and perform other related duties.
Current civil service employees who have lateral transfer eligibility and meet the Minimum Qualifications (MQ), or candidates who have taken the State Civil Service Exam and attained list eligibility are encouraged to apply. All hiring methods of appointment will be considered. Candidates must have Two years of increasingly responsible subprofessional library experience, including work
in book acquisition, cataloging, reference, and compilation of bibliographies, or have Education equivalent to completion of the requirements for an Associate of Arts Degree in Library
Science. *Per Governor's Executive Order, this position may be subject to a pay reduction of 4.62%, the minimum and maximum salaries indicated do not reflect this pay reduction.
If interested, please submit a completed state application, std. 628.
For State Application, typical Job Description, Class Specification, and complete MQ information please visit the Calhr website at http://jobs.spb.ca.gov/wvpos/jobspecs.cfm or the CDCR website at. http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Career_Opportunities/HR/OPS/Exams/Exams
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