[Close] 

Library Processor

Company Name:
Ingram Content Group
ctl00_lblJobTitleForWeb">Library Processor
Please login (or create an account) to Apply for this Job.
Return to Main Search
Details
Date Posted:5/27/2014
Requisition:8227
Location:La Vergne, TN
Department:Library Processing
Category:Library Services
Type:Regular
Hours:Full-Time: 40 hours
Schedule:M-F 2pm-10:30pm
Start Date:
Positions Available:1
FLSA:Hourly
Job Posting not found!!!
This is usually caused by an old bookmark.
Please try again.
Job Description
Become a part of an innovative team at Ingram helping to revolutionize the way publishers make books available in an on-demand world.Ingram Content Groupis recruiting for a Library Processor to join our growing business in our La Vergne, TN facility. The Library Processor prepares books and audio visual materials in accordance with customer specifications for use in public and private libraries.
Essential Duties:
o Attaches spine labels to book or compact discs
o Sorts cards and labels
o Attaches Mylar/ Kapco covers to jackets
o Performs Stamping, Theft ID
o Performs Auditing
Other Duties
o Performs sortline operator functions
o Performs other duties as assigned
Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
o Reading comprehension skills up to high school level
o Writing skills up to high school level
o Math skills - basic arithmetic, addition, subtraction
o Basic Computer Skills
o Attention to detail
o Ability to work safely and adhere to safety guidelines in a warehouse environment
o Ability to perform repetitive manual tasks
o Ability to work independently or collaborate in a group environment
o Ability to be flexible/multi-task based on workflow demands
o Ability to meet and maintain production standards
o Ability to maintain reasonably reliable attendance
o Ability to read, write, speak, hear, see, think, communicate, concentrate, learn, and work
Education and Experience
o 1 year of consecutive work experience
o 6 months work experience which included walking, standing, lifting/carrying, pushing/pulling, gripping/grasping, bending, squatting/kneeling, twisting/turning, climbing, crawling, reaching above shoulders, typing/keyboard
Essential Physical Demands
o Ability to walk and stand continuously during the assigned shift
o Ability to lift/carry in full range of motion up to 60lbs during the assigned shift - 10lbs or less continuously and 11-60lbs frequently
o Ability to push/pull in a warehouse environment up to 70lbs force to push during the assigned shift - 1-50lbs continuously and 51-70lbs occasionally
o Ability to grip/grasp continuously during the assigned shift
o Ability to bend, squat/kneel, twist/turn, climb, crawl, reach above shoulder, and type/keyboard frequently during the assigned shift
o Ability to work designated shift including overtime as required, which could include time before or after the designated shift and/or weekends
o Exposure to wide range of temperatures
Ingram Content Groupis the world''s largest and most trusted distributor of physical and digital content. Thousands of publishers, retailers, and libraries worldwide use our products and services to realize the full business potential of books, regardless of format. Ingram Content Group has earned its lead position and reputation by offering excellent service and creating innovative, integrated solutions. Our customers have access to best-of-class digital, audio, print, print-on-demand, inventory management, wholesale and full-service distribution programs.
Ingram Content Group is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
EEO/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled
We participate in EVerify.
EEO Poster in English
EEO Poster in Spanish
Returning Users
Login
Forgot your Password?
New User
Create An Account
Help
How to Apply
FAQ
EEO is the Law
EEO Poster in English
EEO Poster in Spanish

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Studio Librarian, UTC Library
Chattanooga, TN University of Tennessee
James E. Walker Library, Chair (Collection Dev...
Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee State University
Supervisor-Library
Memphis, TN Baptist
PJ Library Coordinator
Nashville, TN JCCs of North America
Public Services Specialist, Library
Chattanooga, TN University of Tennessee
Library Assistant 2, Northgate Branch
Chattanooga, TN City of Chattanooga