Welcome to Seth Huber, the new Technical Services Librarian in ACTS. His first day will be May 1st.
With sponsorship from ULSAC, MULSA, and the Libraries we are once again going to celebrate Library Student Employee Appreciation Day. The celebration will be Thursday, April 25th. There will be a cookie reception in the Ellis Staff Lounge from 2pm to 3:30pm that day. We encourage you to meet up with your students and come with them to partake in some cookies and let them know your appreciation for all that they do for us. We will also again be sending boxes of cookies to all of the specialized libraries and off-site locations so that you can celebrate with your students in your space.
Supervisors, please forward the below invitation to your student employees.
Please join the University Libraries Student Advisory Council (ULSAC), the MU Libraries Staff Association (MULSA), and the University Libraries in celebrating you, our wonderful student workers.
We will be hosting a Reception featuring cookies for you on Thursday, April 25th from 2pm to 3:30pm in the Ellis Library Staff Lounge. Please drop in between classes for cookies and some conversation. We will also send cookies to each Specialty Library and off-site location for students who do not work in Ellis Library.
The Libraries truly could not operate without our student workers! Thank you for all you do!
Julie Housknecht has taken a position at a consortium of academic libraries in South Carolina and will be leaving the University Libraries. Her last day was May 15.
Brian Murphy started working in UMLD as a Library Information Assistant. His first day was March 25.
Good news! We have filled the two, new part-time positions in Circulation/Reserves! As I mentioned in an earlier Snippets, we took the full-time position vacated by Carri Huff and turned it into two part-time positions. We hope that the difficulties of working the late night and weekend shifts may be better absorbed by two part-time people. Each person will work 24 hours per week. Their specific hours will be determined after they begin. Our new staff members will be:
Greg Allendorf – who is a current Ph.D. student in Poetry at Mizzou. He has been a TA in the English Department and has taught a number of courses over the years. His start day will be Tuesday, 12 March.
Alisa Pappas will start work the following week on Thursday, 21 March. Alisa is currently a graduate student in the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies (SISLT). She has a son in elementary school and is currently working part-time at Daniel Boone Regional Library. She wants to focus on academic libraries, so she was excited to turn in her resignation there to begin working here.
Many thanks again, to Eric, for stepping up and working the late shifts during Carri’s absence. Thanks to Peter and Karen, as well, for working late on Fridays.
I’m excited to announce that the new Technical Services Librarian in ACTS will be Seth Huber. He is slated to start on May 1st. Thank you to everyone who participated and provided feedback on the process. Hope you have a great evening,
The University Libraries have an immediate opening for a Project Facilities Coordinator in Library Administration.
Submit application, cover letter, and resume online at https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/staff with Job ID 29290 by March 4, 2019.
I’m pleased to announce that Rachel Alexander will be our new Health Sciences Research Support Librarian.
She’ll be joining us on March 4.
Thanks to everyone who met with her, attended her presentation, and assisted with the interview and hiring process.
- Diane Johnson, on behalf of the search committee
The University of Missouri Libraries Depository has an immediate opening for a 0.5 FTE Library Information Assistant at the remote storage facility located near the Midway exit (Exit 121) on I-70.
Apply online at: https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/staff with Job ID 29174.
The University of Missouri Libraries have two immediate openings for a Library Information Assistant in Ellis Library Access Services-Circulation/Reserve. These positions routinely work 24 hours per week, primarily assigned evening and weekend shifts, but could also be assigned daytime shifts.
Apply online at: https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/staff with Job ID 29183.
I am very pleased to announce that Nicole Whyte has accepted an offer to transfer to the Libraries as the Human Resources Assistant, effective Feb 10. Since September 2018, she has been faithfully serving the Libraries in this role on assignment from SOS Temporary Staffing and has become an integral part of the Libraries’ human resources team. Thanks to everyone for working patiently with Nicole and me during this HR team transition period. Please take a moment to officially welcome her to the University Libraries!
Please direct all payroll, student employment, student budget, graduate student appointment, FMLA tracking, and library committee assignment business to Nicole. Please continue to direct all other HR-related business to me.