Clark College Libraries is pleased to offer a variety of positions to interested student candidates with work study funding. Please visit the Student Employment page on the Clark College website for more information about the process for receiving and using work study funding.
Our student employment program is built on a strong foundation of diversity, equity, and inclusion. All Access Services Assistants are expected to participate in a mandatory social equity training program comprised of weekly readings and reflection questions. Our library is committed to dismantling white supremacy at all levels of employment. No prior experience or education in this topic is required, but student employees are expected to learn how to confront bias-based behavior from both patrons and coworkers. Although the Libraries still have a great deal of work ahead of us to improve our social justice skills, we are committed to making our spaces safe for systemically non-dominant patrons. Our student employees have a significant role in this ongoing effort as employees of the Libraries and as members of the Clark College community.
Title: Access Services Assistant I
Contact: Lucy Mackintosh (firstname.lastname@example.org) | She/her pronouns
Openings: 3-5 positions
Description: Do you want to work on a team that prioritizes diversity, equity, and inclusion? Are you looking to practice clerical and organizational skills in an entry-level position? If so, you should apply to work as an Access Services Assistant I! In this position, student employees:
- Participate in a social equity training program
- Staff virtual support sessions by Zoom to provide peer support to other patrons
- Evaluate the library website for accessibility and clarity
- Assist in creating virtual displays of library materials
In-person working options only.
No prior work experience is required. All applicants must have work study funding to be considered for this position.