The Glucksman library at the University of Limerick is currently recruiting Student Seat Occupancy Patrollers for the pre-exam period. Interested candidates should send a recent CV and short cover letter to email@example.com outlining why you think you would be a good fit for this role.
Please note that all eligible candidates MUST be available to begin work – Week 11 for approx. 4 weeks, working an average of 10 to 15 hours per week
Students must be currently enrolled at UL and have a valid student card for the intended period.
Student Seat Occupancy Patrollers will:
¬_ Perform patrols within designated areas within the library to ensure that desks are not being reserved and rendered unusable by other students.
¬_ Courteously encourage students to keep their own belongings to one desk only, not spreading to a second desk.
¬_ Issue warning slips to desks that are unoccupied for periods longer than 45 minutes.
¬_ Monitor persistent abuse of the seat occupancy policy.
¬_ Carefully clear belongings to boxes and move to the floor adjacent to the desk
¬_ Encourage students to take up desks that are cleared in this way.
¬_ Advise new students on library code of conduct and user behaviour relating to noise, mobile phone usage, eating in the library, etc.
¬_ Assist in maintaining an environment conducive to study.
¬_ Assist students with basic library usage whilst doing the patrols.
¬_ Maintain accurate statistics on the number of desks cleared
¬_ Provide feedback to library staff regarding development of student support including signage, documentation and peer support.
Successful candidates will have
¬_ Excellent customer service and communication skills
¬_ A good knowledge of the University of Limerick library and its policies and codes of conduct
¬_ A sensible and fair approach to rule enforcement