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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The LIBRARIAN 2 performs complex professional and technical research, information retrieval, and consulting services and/or subject analysis, classification and creation of original on-line catalog records at the Oregon State Library or in a State agency requiring this level of expertise. The employee may provide work assignment, coordination, and review of other professional, paraprofessional, and clerical staff.
This is the second level of a four-level series. Work in this class is distinguished from the lower class by the assignment of a specific subject discipline for information retrieval and consulting services, as well as selection of materials within this discipline for purchase, and by the ability to use complex information retrieval systems, on-line cataloging systems and networks. This class is distinguished from the higher levels by the lack of multiple subject discipline responsibilities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Employees in this class may perform one or a combination of the duties or tasks listed below.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class conduct professional reference interviews with individuals of all educational, socioeconomic, ethnic, racial backgrounds. There is communication on a regular basis in person, by telephone, and in writing with agency staff, other agencies, public and special library staff throughout the state, region, and country, legislative personnel and the general public to provide and request information.
Employees in this class work with a high degree of independence and receive general supervision from a department manager or other administrative superior who provides policy direction, defines the area of responsibility, and reviews work for quality and effectiveness. Work is guided by expertise gained through the educational and professional background of the employee, and through access to professional literature.