The Electronic Resource Specialist will:
-Process and maintain ordering, receipt information for library materials
-Order, receive and distribute library materials
-Identify and investigate problems or discrepancies on the ordering, receiving and/or distribution processes
-Systematically analyze and redirect nonreceipts
-Process and post library firm and approval plan materials and invoices either electronically or manual input
-Process invoices and other fiscal documents
-Process Notification of Digital Access for purchased eBooks
-Coordinate receiving projects for teams outside the normal firm/approval workflow such as monographs and selected blanket order items
-Create and manage data in knowledgebase provider by reconciling knowledgebase provider title information and vendor title information to enable timely access to library content
-Daily process of HokieMart receiving for Business Services
-Document history of management of library resources
-Perform ongoing routine maintenance on resources resolve access issues within knowledgebase provider, vendor and/or library systems
-Serve as primary contact for vendor communication, report and track access issues
-Experience searching electronic resources and databases
-Experience working with detailed procedures
-Experience working independently with minimal supervision and working within a team
-Experience working in an academic or public library or equivalent work setting
-Experience working with spreadsheets
-Experience working with GOBI or similar book ordering platforms like, OASIS, Baker & Taylor, etc.
-Experience working with streaming media platforms
-Experience working with electronic invoices
-Experience working with multiple priorities with competing timelines
-Strong problem-solving and investigative skills
Regular appointment, University staff, full-time position
Salary of $35,438.00
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