- Academic librarianship is a people-focused role, requiring individuals to manage learning resources while keeping the library users' needs in mind
- Selecting, developing, cataloguing and classifying library resources
- Answering readers' enquiries
- Using library systems and specialist computer applications
- Management of staff, including recruitment, training and/or supervisiory duties
- Liaising with departmental academic staff, external organisations and suppliers
- Advise students on issues such as course selection, progress toward graduation and career decisions.
- Direct, coordinate and evaluate the activities of personnel including support staff, engaged in administering academic institutions, departments or alumni organizations.
- Recruit, hire, train and terminate departmental personnel.
- Participate in student recruitment, selection and admission, making admissions recommendations when required to do so.
- Formulate strategic plans for the institution.
- Plan, administer and control budgets, maintain financial records and produce financial reports.
- Establish operational policies and procedures and make any necessary modifications, based on analysis of operations, demographics and other research information.
- Participate in faculty and college committee activities.
- Represent institutions at community and campus events, in meetings with other institution personnel and during accreditation processes.
- Promote the university by participating in community, state and national events or meetings, and by developing partnerships with industry and secondary education institutions.
- Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
- Customer Service
- College Coordinator
- College Counsellor
- College Marketing Manager
- Education Administrators
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