The Southeast Library System, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on consulting and training for library staff and boards in the southeast corner of Nebraska, is looking for a part-time administrative assistant. This position is for 12.5 hours weekly and the schedule for this position is flexible during our usual business hours (9:00 am – 5:00 pm).
Primary Duties of this position:
- Customer Service Contact
During their shifts, the Administrative Assistant is the primary contact for incoming phone calls and greeting people coming into the office. When the Executive Director & Assistant Director are both away from the office, this position is expected to be able to answer basic questions.
- System Bookkeeper
This position will pay bills as approved by Executive Director, prepare payroll, request quarterly funding from Nebraska Library Commission, prepare bank deposits, monitor budget statements, work with system accountant and auditor, prepare materials for year-end audit, work with Executive Director and Executive Committee to prepare annual budget for approval by board, file appropriate federal and state tax forms.
- Provide circulation services to member libraries
This position is the primary contact for the SELS book kit program for member libraries. They will place reservations for kits, maintain records on circulation, check out and mail books to requesting libraries, check in returned kits, maintain notification lists for journal article request service, distribute table of contents to those interested, fulfill article requests.
- General Clerical Duties
Maintain office supplies, tidy office suite, and other such tasks.
We are looking for candidates with the following preferred attributes:
- Professional, pleasant, & courteous communication style.
- Basic computer literacy skills, especially email, Microsoft Excel, document scanning, and QuickBooks.
- Experience with libraries and/or non-profit organizations.
Beginning wage: $10 per hour
To apply, provide resume to firstname.lastname@example.org . Consideration begins Nov 26.