Your main reasons to be at Salisbury University are to receive an excellent education, get your degree, and build a solid foundation for your career ahead. As a Sea Gull, you will learn, live, and lead here! Working in the library is an extension of being in academia. By accepting the job at the library, you have made a committment and should be available to work the hours that you are scheduled for.
SU is an equal opportunity employer.
Your availability and skills are vital! Your continued employment is based upon your cooperation with your supervisor and colleagues, doing an acceptable job, and following library policies.
Punctuality and regular attendance at work are required.
You are expected to report to work at the times indicated on the schedule. If you know that you will be late, please call the Circulation Desk at (410) 548.2386. Excessive tardiness will not be tolerated.
If you know in advance that you will need to miss work on a certain day, it is your responsibility to find a replacement. Please complete a substitute slip, found above the mailboxes. If no one can take your shift, you are obligated to work.
At the end of each shift, please enter the hours worked on your time sheet. Be sure to sign and date your time sheet after your last shift. Please do not complete your timesheet in advance, as this can lead to complications if/when unexpected absences arrive.
Hours and Wages:
Student workers are paid an hourly wage, as set by the library. Students may work up to 25 hours per week, including all jobs on campus. Your check will be direct-deposited into your bank account every 2 weeks, according to the schedule posted by the mailboxes.
You are expected to conduct yourself in a professional manner and project a neat appearance while on duty. Student workers should wear neat, clean clothes with no visible tears, rips, or frays. Students must wear shoes at all times, and, depending on library duties, may need to wear appropriate, protective footwear.
The following are specifically banned:
Supervisors will discuss inappropriate clothing with student workers, if the occasion should arise.
Thank you for your help in projecting an appropriate image for the Salisbury University Libraries.
Customer Service is the first priority at the Circulation Desk.
Please avoid the following behavior:
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Salisbury Universitiy Libraries abide by the American Library Association's (ALA) Office for Intellecutal Freedom privacy and confidentiality rights and standards. Click on the link above to learn more about intellectual freedom and libraries roles in protecting patron information, privacy, and confidentiality.