Senior Center Assistant

Provides customer service at our Senior Center branch by reserving and locating materials, assisting with program information and registration, resolving customer account questions, and supporting computer room users by answering basic questions about printing and internet use.
1. Answer questions and resolve issues about account and borrowing procedures to maximize customer experience.  Assist customers to check materials in/out.  Use library databases to support customers and to identify and resolve issues. 
2.  Proactively engage with customers to aid them in locating and reserving materials.  Answer or refer customer questions about library services and direct customers to appropriate Senior Center agencies.
3.  Support the Senior Center Computer Room by assisting customers with basic internet search and printing questions.
4. Assists with maintaining Senior Center supplies, equipment and materials.
5. Compile monthly Senior Center statistics and maintain online event calendar for Senior and Accessible Services programs.
6. May assist staff with delivery of materials to homebound residents and senior living locations in the community.
Requirements & Skills: 
At least one-year prior work experience required; previous customer service experience preferred.
Excellent communication skills.  Accuracy and attention to follow detailed procedures.  Proficient in using Microsoft Office and basic internet search techniques. Use judgment to adjust policies for fair and reasonable outcomes.
The preferred candidate must also demonstrate ability to excel in Our Culture
High School diploma
Hours and Scheduling: 
Part-time position: 10 hours/week. Weekdays are day shift. Must be flexible to work Saturday mornings 2x/month.
Salary and Benefits: 
Salary is $14.08 to $16.57 per hour, depending on qualifications.
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