JOB TITLE: Library Student Ambassador (emphasis in Open Resources)
JOB LISTING: Not available. To learn more about other library positions visit the CSUEB UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES library employment page.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The University Libraries hires current undergraduate students with strong interests in Equity, Access, and Affordability to be part of a student cohort dedicated to supporting and promoting free, affordable, and open resources at Cal State East Bay. Students work closely with the Equity and Open Access Librarian and the Open Educational Resources (OER) in Higher Education Graduate Intern to support ongoing campus and state efforts on affordability and access issues of course materials (i.e. ASI Senate Resolution for the Encouragement of Affordable Learning Course Materials, CA Assembly Bill No.798, CA Senate Bill No. 1359). Together with the rest of the OER / AL$ ambassador team, the student ambassadors will represent the University Libraries in the implementation of an outreach campaign for free, affordable, and other open educational resources directed towards the student/faculty population at Cal State East Bay.
*The Open Resources Library Student Ambassador is a specialized student position within the Library Student Ambassador Program
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Individual responsibilities may be determined based on strengths, previous work experience, and interests. Duties include, but are not limited to:
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Qualifications
QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred Skills & Experience
QUALIFICATIONS: Additional Desirable Skills & Experience
HOURS: To be arranged in conjunction with supervisor. Flexible, ideally around 10-15 hours per week, but no more than 20 hours per week.
APPLICATION PROCESS: To apply for this on-campus student position go to Handshake (search for California State University-East Bay). Please submit a letter of interest that addresses the qualifications listed in this job description along with a current resume and your hours availability.
CONTACT: Daisy Muralles, Equity & Open Resources Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org