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ENCLC and its departments hire students enrolled full time at Eastern Nazarene College.


The student worker for the ENC archives reports directly to the Archives Administrator while still participating in larger library staff related activities. The student worker is responsible for accessioning and processing items that are physically in the ENC archives according to the standard archival system. If trained or has interest, the student worker may also work with digitized archival items, completing metadata entry for those items. Skills necessary include: data entry, experience with Microsoft Office applications, and an ability to keep items in order. Typical duties every day include:


  • Engage in training, online or otherwise, dictated by the Administrator
  • Complete archival projects in a timely manner
  • Commit to established schedule for regular work hours 

InterLibrary Loan


This student assistant for ILL is responsible to receive and manage requests for our items made by libraries not in our network and does the same for our patrons who may need items from other libraries, outside of our network. They ensure the items reach the correct patron or library, as well as record and manage statistics of all these transactions and exchanges during the fiscal year. Typical duties would include: provide customer service to patrons, retrieve materials from Nease Library and process them to send out to other libraries, process in-coming materials, keyboarding, photocopying, and scanning.

  • Ensure that ILL requests, either from our students or to our library, are filled in a timely fashion
  • Track ILL usage statistics and recommend library purchases if necessary
  • Oversees systems that affect ILL workflow and implements changes if necessary
  • Works/Communicates with other libraries concerning Interlibrary Loan issues (ex. Lost items, billing, etc)


The student worker in this position will check in and organize newspapers, magazines, journals, and microfiche to which the library subscribes.  This enables the supervisor to concentrate on problem subscriptions, conversations with vendors, and other higher level functions.    

  • Check magazines and journals into Workflows (ILS) and then shelve them
  • Shelf read the periodicals section on the first floor to ensure everything is in order
  • Compare prices of magazines direct from vendors versus through our subscription agent
  • View a report of issues to be claimed (generated by the ILS)
  • Put microfiche out and pull the print issues to be added to the periodicals exchange section
  • Email library listservs offering the issues we no longer need
  • Predict check-in schedule for forthcoming year