Job Title: Library Aide Exemption Status/Test: Nonexempt Reports to: Elementary Principal Dept./School: Campus-Wide
Assist in the administration of the campus library. Perform routine clerical duties under direct supervision.
degree, two years of study at an institution of higher learning, or have met
formal academic assessment as required by the No Child Left Behind Act
Proficient keyboarding and file maintenance skills
Ability to shelve books following district
Ability to work well with children
Effective, organizational, communication, and
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Library Program Support
1. Provide individual instruction and assistance to
individual students or small groups in using library media center resources
including computers and other equipment. 2. Check books in and out. Collect and record fines. 3. Ready materials for classroom or reserve collection use
as requested by teachers. 4. Request and schedule use of materials from outside
sources including regional education service center. 5. Prepare bulletin boards and displays and assist the
librarian in preparing instructional materials. 6. May read to small groups of students and listen to
individual students read aloud.
Accounting and Inventory
7. Maintain library catalog. 8. Receive and process new books, materials, and equipment
and reconcile with packing slips and invoices. Shelve returned books,
materials, and equipment. 9. Perform routine maintenance and repair books, magazines,
materials, and equipment. Arrange for repair at outside facilities (e.g.,
bindery) as directed. 10. Assist in the annual inventory and weeding of library
media center materials.
11. Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records, and
other documents as required. 12. Prepare bibliographies, forms, purchase orders,
requisitions, and routine correspondence according to standard procedures.
13. Supervise and monitor students as assigned and assist teachers to maintain appropriate student behavior and an orderly
atmosphere. 14. Maintain library operation in absence of the librarian. 15. Assist in directing the work of parent volunteers and
North Zulch ISD is committed to developing character, fostering a positive learning experience, and promoting individual student success in society through a shared responsibility between students, teachers, parents, and community.
11390 5th Street
North Zulch, TX 77872