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assistant librarian

  • General management of the library operations in reader’s services department; supervising department staff in the day to day operations of the library, and acting as head of department in the absence of the incumbent
  • Managing library resources and providing References services to library users; 
  • Taking part in managing legal information resources and providing Reference services on legal information to law students and legal researchers
  • Taking part in the management of the circulation section
  • Involved in the maintenance of patron database
  • Enhancing information retrieval through cataloguing acquired information resources and adding more search points for users.
  • Doing retrospective conversion of bibliographic records from manual to automated database using International cataloging standards; Anglo-American Rules (AACR2), Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC21) and Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCHS);  

assistant librarian

  • Taking part in the collection development  of the library through monitoring and evaluating law collection to ensure a balanced collection; 
  • Involved in enforcing Reader’s Services Department policies
  • Participate in the teaching of Library Skills and School Librarianship, legal research (class lectures, practical, assignments and tests) to undergraduate and post graduate students. 
  • Representing the Library in the Faculty of Social Science Board.

assistant librarian

  • Board member of the Senate Library Committee which oversees the recommendations for the library and its policies.
  • Take part in the University Library Strategic Planning and its implementation.
  • Involved in marketing the library activities in conducting and attending workshops.
  • Periodic training of students and staff  in accessing E-Resources and Internet-based legal research programs, emerging electronic resources and use of reference tools.

assistant librarian

  • Compile records, sort and shelve books.
  • Issue and receive library materials.
  • Locate library materials for loan and replace materials in shelving area, stacks or files according to identification number and title.
  • Register students to permit them to borrow books, lockers, and other library materials.

assistant librarian (industrial attachment)

  • Collect and organise books, pamphlets, manuscripts, and other materials in specific fields, such as rare books, genealogy, or music.
  •  Assisting staff & students with technology related issues 
  • Website editing
  • Social media administration.