Staff 

 

Accountant

Responsibilities: This position ensures that all accounting transactions for University Libraries have been properly accounted for and accurately reflect the policies set by the University. Responsible for the accounting functions of the Libraries' budget; captures capitalized and non-capitalized equipment in asset management system or excel spreadsheet; responsible for daily work flow processing of eRequest, processing journal entries and interdepartmental billings; approves paper and electronic invoices/credits for payment; acts as backup for overseeing the processing of fines collected from patrons; acts as custodian of purchasing card; acts as back up for travel requests; provides assistance to the Business Manager; may supervise students.

Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education/experience, 1 to 2 years general accounting experience, high degree of proficiency with Microsoft Excel, attention to detail and accuracy, customer service experience, highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, well developed analytic and problem solving skills, highly organized with ability to manage multiple priorities and deliver assignments on time.

To apply, please visit https://www.jobsatosu.com/postings/search by 2/1/15 and search for job opening 405285.

 

Program Coordinator - Digital Content Services Production Coordinator

Responsibilities:  University Libraries’ Digital Content Services (DCS) engages with partners across the University to increase the amount, value, and impact of OSU-produced digital content including, but not limited, to working papers, technical reports, conference proceedings, journals, monographs, student scholarship, and faculty articles; DCS offers support by organizing, providing access, distributing, and preserving digital scholarship through the Knowledge Bank institutional repository program and the Libraries’ Open Access Publishing Program; DCS Production Coordinator performs and coordinates production work for the department across both programs and multiple software platforms (e.g., DSpace and Open Journal Systems); production work includes submitting content, creating metadata, HTML layout editing, and providing technical support; production coordination includes designing and documenting workflows, scheduling and supervising production work, facilitating communications, and tracking projects to completion; the person in this position works collaboratively with the Interim Co-Heads of the Department and other departmental staff; requires an in-depth understanding of the suite of digital content services provided by the department, attention to detail, sound judgment, and decision making; current department staffing includes two librarians, two staff members, and student assistants; there is a potential for supervisory responsibilities.

Required Qualifications:  B.A./B.S. or equivalent combination of education and experience; excellent organizational skills and ability to work with detail; excellent oral and written communication skills; experience with project planning and development of workflows; ability to prioritize, problem solve, delegate, and monitor project life cycles; ability to track and manage multiple projects simultaneously; demonstrated initiative with the ability to work independently, in a team environment, and closely with supervisor as appropriate; ability to support software users with varying degrees of proficiency; familiarity with HTML or XML.

Desired Qualifications:  Experience evaluating workflows and successfully designing or enhancing production-oriented work processes; experience with HTML, CSS, PHP and other web technologies; experience or familiarity with scholarly publishing environment, including concepts such as peer review; familiarity with metadata standards; experience creating metadata; supervisory experience.

To apply, please visit https://www.jobsatosu.com/postings/search by 2/1/2015 and search for job opening 405133.