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Become A Page

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Working As A Page

  • Getting Information
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Deal with People

  • Repetitive

  • $40,000

    Average Salary

Example Of What A Page does

  • Analyzed campaign metrics using raw data as well as web analytic metrics.
  • Prepared the House floor and aided Members of Congress daily for official proceedings during the legislative session.
  • Assisted Senior Fiscal Analysts with spreadsheets and data entry.
  • Monitored Senate Floor and responded to requests for assistance by senators and other staff.
  • Replenished library shelves with books and media.
  • Worked closely with Committee Staff performing essential duties to carry out Committee Meetings.
  • Supported computer issues in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Word.
  • Perform simple clerical tasks Shelve books
  • Operated the front desk; directed phone calls, shipments and visitors
  • Front Desk Operations [ ] 09/2009.
  • Checked in and assisted general and VIP audience members.
  • Page put books on carts and put away books and DVDs.
  • Shelve and sort books and materials, check materials in and out, assist patrons
  • Designed campus events page using strong creative and organizational skills.
  • Check in and shelve library materials.
  • Page duties consisted in book finding assistance and cleaning while providing excellent customer service.
  • Use Adobe Photoshop to clip and color correct artwork for the ad.
  • Organize books by categories using the dewy decimal system to put them in order.
  • Updated the hours Post special events Post intramural events
  • Worked with the summer reading programs Assisted in finding literature and other items for library patrons

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How To Become A Page

Most library technicians need a postsecondary certificate or an associate’s degree. Library assistants typically need a high school degree and usually learn through short-term on-the-job (OTJ) training.

Education                                                                                               

Most libraries prefer to hire library technicians who have a postsecondary certificate or an associate’s degree. However, some smaller libraries might hire prospective technicians with only a high school diploma. Certificate and associate’s degree programs in library technology include coursework in acquisitions, cataloguing, circulation, reference, and automated library systems. In some cases, library technicians who work in public schools must meet the same requirements as teacher assistants.

Most library assistants typically need a high school diploma or equivalent.

Training

Library assistants usually receive some short-term OTJ training to learn about libraries and library resources.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Library technicians and assistants need to listen to and understand patrons’ needs, provide clear answers to questions, and teach them how to use library resources.

Detail oriented. Library technicians and assistants must pay close attention to ensure that library materials and information are organized correctly and according to the library’s organizational system. Cataloging and processing library materials also requires attention to detail.

Interpersonal skills. Library technicians and assistants provide customer service to library patrons and work with librarians, teachers, or researchers.

Technology skills. Library technicians and assistants use computers to help patrons research topics. They also use technology to maintain the library’s database of collections.

Advancement

Library technicians and assistants can advance as they assume additional responsibilities in other areas of the library. Some eventually become supervisors and oversee daily library operations. To become a librarian, technicians and assistants need to earn a master’s degree in library science.

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$19,210 Estimated

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$27,200 Estimated

Jobleads
New York, NY
IBM.Com Home Page Editor In Chief

$75,171 Estimated

City of Fort Worth, Tx
Keller, TX
Library Page

$27,200 Estimated

Town of Plymouth
Plymouth, MA
Library Page

$40,000 Estimated

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Munster, IN
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$46,900 Estimated

Lee Enterprises, Incorporated
Munster, IN
Page Designer

$46,900 Estimated

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City of San Rafael, Ca
San Rafael, CA
Substitute Library Page

$40,440 Estimated

Nypl
New York, NY
Library Page - General Research Division

$31,409 Estimated

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Top Skills for A Page

LibraryPatronsLibraryShelvesShelveLibraryMaterialsCustomerServiceDewyDecimalSystemSenateFloorDvdsSortBooksWebShelveBooksPhoneCallsBookShelvesCDSCirculationDeskInternetDataEntryAudienceMembersCommitteeMeetingsFrontDeskLibraryCards

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Top Page Skills

  1. Library Patrons
  2. Library Shelves
  3. Shelve Library Materials
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Worked in the periodicals department, obtaining magazines, journals, microfilm and special research projects for library patrons.
  • Replenished library shelves with books and media.
  • Check in and shelve library materials.
  • Earned Sales Achievement Awards every year for sales production, customer retention 90%, leadership and customer service.
  • Organize books by categories using the dewy decimal system to put them in order.

Top Page Employers

What Kind Of Companies Hire a Page

  1. State Farm Insurance
  2. Iowa City Public Library
  3. Las Vegas Clark County Library
  4. Taylor Ranches
  5. Houston Love Memorial Library
  6. Fort Worth ISD
  7. Beachwood Public Library
  8. Prendergast Library
  9. The Frederick News-Post
  10. Charles County Public Schools
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