There are many benefits to working for the UNLV Libraries. You'll not only earn a paycheck, but you'll learn helpful library skills. In addition, future employers will value the training, experience, and desirable work habits that you will develop and demonstrate at the Libraries.
Below is a description of some of our expectations.
Student Code of Conduct
All student responsibilities outlines in the UNLV Student Conduct Code and Policies apply while working at the Libraries. Acts that are prohibited include but are not limited to: unauthorized use of computer system; storing, possessing, using, distributing, selling, battering, manufacturing, exchanging or giving away controlled substances; and all forms of harassment.
Any records of the library, which contains the identity of a user and the books, documents, films, recordings, videos, or other property of the library, which he/she used, are confidential. These records may be disclosed only in response to a court order. so don't release any of this information unless directed by your supervisor to do so.
Use of University property for personal use or business is not allowed. Library equipment materials and supplies are provided for work purposes only. Student Assistants must check out Library materials as other patrons do and abide by all circulation policies and procedures.
Food and Drink Policy
Student assistants are expected to adhere to the University Libraries Food and Drink Policy. Individual departments within the Libraries may require more specific polices and procedures based on the work students perform so as not to risk damage to library materials.
There is a staff break room 1125 on the first floor of the Lied Library. You are welcome to use it on your break.
Student assistants are expected to dress appropriately for employment. Individual departments within the Libraries may require more specific polices and procedures based on the work students perform. For example, student assistants who handle heavy books may be asked to wear shoes that protect their feet in the event of a heavy book dropping.
Studying While at Work
Some work settings involve waiting periods or down time in between work tasks. Studying during these times is permitted only at your supervisor's discretion. Individual departments within the Libraries may require specific polices adn procedures based on the work students perform.
Student Responsibilities and Expectations
Kim Kaplan & Evelyn Rodriguez