Libraries

Employees are responsible for directing and managing all activities related to the development and maintenance of libraries and their collections. Duties include planning and directing programs and policies to meet current and long-range research and instructional needs. Employees perform a public relations function to build support for the libraries.

All Functions

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for directing and managing all activities related to the development and maintenance of libraries and their collections. Duties include planning and directing programs and policies to meet current and long-range research and instructional needs. Employees perform public relations function to build support for the libraries.

  N/A - (E4)
Dean, Libraries (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)Associate University Librarian (E1)
N/A - (IC4)N/A - (M4)
N/A - (IC3)N/A - (M3)
N/A - (IC2)N/A - (M2)
N/A - (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Librarians

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for the acquisition, organization and maintenance of library services and assets, which can include acquisition, collection development, cataloging, circulation, preservation, display and user services. Employees assigned to this group must possess a Master’s degree in Library Science from a library school accredited by the American Library Association and qualify for an appointment as a librarian pursuant to the governing codes and bylaws established by GW.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
Librarian IV (IC4)Director, Library - School (M4)
Librarian III (IC3)N/A - (M3)
Librarian II (IC2)Librarian - Supervising (M2)
Librarian I (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Library Services - Staff

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing support, coordination, management and direction for library operations. These non-librarian positions perform tasks that facilitate the functioning and operations of the university's libraries. Employees manage the operations of one or more library operations and service areas related to acquisition, cataloging, circulation, shelving, record creation and maintenance, preservation, and processing of library materials and resources. Employees manage and oversee the activities and services provided by library staff, including direct patron assistance, library course reserves, resource sharing and patron record maintenance. Duties may include monitoring building access, managing the circulation desks on various shifts, coordinating the development of the libraries’ physical and electronic collections in support of the academic and research missions, assisting users in locating required research materials and providing general assistance to faculty and students.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4)N/A - (M4)
N/A - (IC3)N/A - (M3)
Library Associate III (IC2)Library Manager (M2)
Library Associate II (IC1)Library Supervisor (M1)
 Library Associate I (SS3) 
Library Specialist (SS2)
Library Assistant (SS1)

 

Chart Definitions

  • Executive (E): Top university executives and heads of key job families and subfamilies, has an enterprise-wide scope.
  • Manager (M): Managers and supervisors in charge of tactical and operational teams of two or more individuals and responsible for managing a department / function.
  • Individual Contributor (IC): Non-supervisory staff with learned knowledge where discretion and independent judgment are critical job functions.
  • Service & Support (SS): Staff whose primary duties are routine, service-focused, or a craft or skilled trade.