Specialist for Media and Information Services
Specialization: Library Sciences
Specialists for media and information services with a specialization in library sciences primarily work independently within the profession's parameters. Meticulous work is necessary to process large amounts of data. You advise library users, welcome them, and help them with their specific needs. You often work in rooms with artificial lighting. Working with books automatically means coming into contact with dust. Thus, physical resilience is a requirement for this vocation. Specialists for media and information services purchase books, magazines, and other media, and work to input all the data for the media into a catalog. You assume responsibility for tasks related to making media available, help library users, and acquire media and information for them.
- Enjoy order and classification
- Enjoy working with books and new media
- Aptitude for helping and advising others
- Aptitude for working with data and numbers (formally acquiring media, loans, reminders, and pre-orders)
- Interest in data analysis (Data compilation, processing, and maintenance)
- Enjoy working independently
- Kommunikationswirtin und -wirt
- Betriebswirtin und -wirt
- Presse- und Medienreferentin und -referent
- Diplom-Bibliothekarin und -Bibliothekar
- Diplom-Archivarin und -Archivar
- Medizin-Informatikerin and -Informatiker
- Informationsmanagerin and -manager
Practical training takes place in the University Library.
Classes take place at the Josef-Dumont Berufskolleg, Meerfeldstraße 52, 50737 Cologne-Longerich.
Salary, Job Ticket, and Vacation during Training
1st Training Year: 901.82 Euros
2nd Training Year: 955.96 Euros
3rd Training Year: 1,005.61 Euros
Contributions to capital formation: 13.29 Euros
Job Ticket: starting January 1, 2016, 20 Euros a month
Christmas Bonus: 95 percent of November salary
Vacation Days: 29 days a year
Brief Information: Specialist for Media and Information Services - Library Sciences (de)
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