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Circulation Student Employee Manual: Home

Guide for student employees working in the Circulation Department

Questions? Contact me!

Amy Jones, Head of Circulation
GAC 146D
410.677.5478
amjones@salisbury.edu 

 

SU Libraries Mission Statement

The Salisbury University Libraries cultivate and sustain a superior learning community by providing user-centered services and information resources in an engaging environment dedicated to the free exchange of ideas and excellence in learning, teaching, scholarship, creativity, and service.

Student Expectations and Responsibilities

  • Abide by library and university policies 
  • Provide excellent customer service to all library patrons
  • Complete time sheet accurately
  • Find a substitute if you are unable to work your assigned shift

When You Start Your Shift

  1. Log in to desk computer, and open Aleph.
  2. Log in to Google+ page; read and +1 any new posts
  3. Open this online Student Employee Manual
  4. Check inside book drop for books needing to be returned
  5. Check shelving carts and place books in order
  6. Check for DVDs and leisure books needing to be shelved
  7. Check online substitute list for open shifts needing coverage
  8. Ask staff member on duty if anything else needs to be done

Research Help Desk Hours

Monday-Thursday     9 am to 10 pm
Friday                          9 am to 4 pm
Saturday                    12 to 4 pm
Sunday                       4 to 9 pm

Student Employee Telephone Numbers

FALL 2017

 

Kalena Blackman

443.827.7503

Tiara Broome

240.688.1738

Kathryn Fleming

540.623.9521

Alex Greer

443.208.9649

Carlos Hernandez

443.466.3327

Amy Mahlik

908.300.2172

Ashley Miller

443.373.7512

Justin Moultrie

443.838.1005

Brian Peterson

443.735.6804

Nicholas Russell

443.762.8368

Zach Shenal

443.373.8489

Dani Walker

443.690.8365

Amanda Walstrum

443.640.8410

Denai White

678.451.9959

Victoria Wright

443.944.7904

Dress Code

Salisbury University Libraries

(Including the Curriculum Resource Center and the Nabb Research Center)

Student Dress Code

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that student workers dress appropriately, both to present a suitable image for the SU Libraries, including the Curriculum Resource Center and the Nabb Research Center, and to show respect for their jobs, co-workers, students, faculty, staff, and other visitors.   

Guidelines

Whenever they are working, student workers should wear neat, clean clothes with no visible tears, rips, or frays.  Students must wear shoes at all times, and, depending on duties, may need to wear appropriate, protective footwear.   The following are specifically banned:

  • Clothing with obscene language or obscene images
  • Anything that is so revealing as to show undergarments or body parts other than head, neck, arms, and legs below mid-thigh

This policy applies to student workers at the SU Libraries, including the Curriculum Resource Center and the Nabb Research Center. 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 SU Libraries, including the Curriculum Resource Center and the Nabb Research Center.