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Technology Support Clerk
Job Summary: Oversee library technology including but not limited to patron computers, staff computers, and loaning library technology equipment. Handle and resolve patron technical issues.
-Installation, preventive maintenance, and minor repair of all computers and other peripherals
-Performs help desk duties for staff and patrons
-Maintains library technology plan
– Assists patrons with online library services including but not limited to Hoopla, Libby, Overdrive, and Kanopy.
-Provides assistance in the use of equipment and software to both patrons and staff
-Teaches monthly technology classes based on patron interest
– Prepares specifications for the purchase of computer software, hardware, supplies, and other equipment
-Attends appropriate meetings, workshops, and seminars
-Assists in grant application processes and E-Rate funding
-Other duties as assigned
-Knowledge of computer networking concepts and applications
-Willingness to explore and research solutions to computer problems as they arise
-Ability to interpret and communicate computer problems
-Good communication skills, both verbal and written
-Ability to interact with patrons and staff openly, courteously, skillfully, and accurately
-Ability to train/assist others in the use of equipment, software, and related items
-Ability to climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl and lift heavy equipment
-Associate degree in computer science or related field and up to two years of related experience
-Ability to install, configure and troubleshoot PC and network-related hardware
-Must be able to work well with non-technical staff and patrons
15 hours per week starting at $20.00 an hour
Submit resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Applications submitted before November 24, 2022 will receive first priority.
The Hurley Library 2023 budget passed with 30 yes and 0 no votes.
Heather Blakely and Mary Curcio were elected to the Board of Trustees for four-year terms.
Thank you voters for believing in our library and the services we provide!
The Hurley Library will hold its annual trustee election and budget approval vote on Thursday, October 20, 2022, between the hours of 4 pm and 7 pm. Voting will occur at the Hurley Library, 48 Main Street, in Hurley. Absentee ballots are available at the library.
All registered voters in Hurley districts 2,4,6 and 8 are eligible to vote.
Two candidates, Heather Blakely and Mary Curcio are running for election for two seats to a four-year term.
A tax levy of $223,800 is up for approval. This represents an increase of 10% to cover increased insurance and utility expenses as well as minimum wage increases. This increase will amount to an estimated increase of $12.49 per year based on a home assessed at $200,000.