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Library Facts and Figures: Personnel

Look here for statistics about library collections, personnel, expenditures, etc.

Overview

Regular employees are classified as Executive/Managerial; Faculty; Administrative, Professional and Technical; and Civil Service. The chart shows the distribution of classifications in 2013.

Executive/Managerial

There are three executive positions in Library Services:

  • University Librarian, equivalent to an academic dean
  • Associate University Librarian for Personnel, Administration, and Planning
  • Assistant University Librarian for Information Technology

Faculty

In 2012/2013, there were 45 full-time faculty members and 2 part-time faculty members.


Librarians are classified as rank II, III, IV, or V. In 2012/2013, the distribution of ranks was:

Source: Library Personnel Office

Administrative, Professional, Technical (APT)

There are 31 APTs in Library Services. APT positions are categorized as Pay Band A or Pay Band B. In 2012/2013, the distribution was:

17 Pay Band B

14 Pay Band A


They are employed in the following types of positions:

Source: Library Personnel Office

Civil Service

Civil service employees make up 42% of the Library's personnel. In 2012/2013, there were 58 civil service employees in Library Services, in the following classifications:

Source: Library Personnel Office

Student Workers

The Library employed 46 FTE student assistants in 2012/2013. Currently, there are about 175 student employees in Hamilton and Sinclair libraries.

Source: Library Fiscal Office

Volunteers