Please email job submissions to: [email protected]

Technical Services Staff, Johnson County Library, Buffalo, WY

The Johnson County Library in Buffalo, Wyoming, has an opening for a
full-time staff member. Duties include but are not limited to: cataloging
and processing new materials; operating the main desk; assisting the
public; shelving materials; helping with other tasks as needed.

Background working with children and teens is a plus. The library will
conduct a criminal background check on new hires.

The qualified candidate should possess the following:
-        Experience working in a team environment and with all ages of the
public
in a professional and friendly manner
-        Knowledge of/skill with all MS Office applications
-        Familiarity with computers and mobile devices

This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position. Benefits include paid
vacation, sick time, health insurance, and enrollment in the Wyoming
Retirement System. Pay is $31,200 per year.

Job applications are available at www.jclwyo.org and may also be picked up
at the library. Please submit the completed application by: handing it in
at the library’s main desk; emailing it with “Library Position 2021” in
the subject line to [email protected]; or mailing it to
Director Steve Rzasa, Johnson County Library, 171 North Adams Ave.,
Buffalo, WY 82834.

Positions open until filled with preference given to applications received
by Friday,
May 7, by 6 p.m.

Steve Rzasa, Director
Johnson County Library
171 N. Adams
Buffalo, WY 82834
(307) 684-5546

State Publications Librarian, Wyoming State Library, Cheyenne, WY

Vacancy announcement

Open until filled

The WSL is looking for a creative, outgoing self-starter to fill the State Publications Librarian position.

This position manages the Wyoming State Government Publications Depository Program. This includes serving as the State Library’s liaison to state government agencies and employees, collecting and distributing the materials in this program, and processing tangible publications using the WYDOCS classification system. The position will monitor the use of the library’s content management software in the curation of the Wyoming State Publications digital depository, educate state agencies on the depository program and their statutory obligation to the program, and work with state agencies to increase accessibility to specialized collections through inclusion in the WYLD database or the State Library’s digital collections. The position manages the State Library’s U.S. Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC), including selection, maintenance, and evaluation of the collections according to the guidelines established by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This includes serving as the resource specialist for traditional and electronic PTRC materials and information and intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights. This position also manages and organizes the Wyoming Inventors and Wyoming Trademarks Databases.

 

Integrated Library System (ILS) Administrator, Wyoming State Library, Cheyenne, WY

Vacancy announcement

Open until filled

The Wyoming State Library seeks an experienced individual to serve as the Integrated Library System (ILS) Administrator for the WYLD Network office in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

The WYLD Network is a statewide, multi-type library consortium of more than 100 different member libraries. The ILS is managed by the Wyoming State Library’s WYLD Office and is a SirsiDynix Symphony hosted system. The shared database contains more than 1 million bibliographic records and 300,000 patron records.

The ILS Administrator (CRLI09) reports directly to the WYLD ILS Program Manager and is responsible for the overall technical management of all aspects of the ILS, supporting automated system operations and related technologies for all libraries in the WYLD consortium. The position leads the WYLD Office support team and oversees day-to-day operations and maintenance of the SirsiDynix Symphony ILS (SirsiDynix Symphony) and the public access catalog (SirsiDynix Enterprise).

Preferred:
An ALA-accredited graduate degree. Three to five years’ experience supporting an integrated library system, preferably SirsiDynix Symphony, and related library software and hardware. Demonstrated ability to work with programming languages such as PHP, Perl or Python. Excellent oral and written communication skills. A strong service orientation. Ability to effectively troubleshoot technical problems, isolate causes, and implement solutions.

For a full description of duties and preferred qualifications, please visit CRLI09-2021-00576-Librarian Technical Analyst-Cheyenne.

Find an overview of the services the WYLD Office supports at library.wyo.gov/wyld/support/services.

 

Interlibrary Loan Technician, Wyoming State Library, Cheyenne, WY

Vacancy announcement

Open until filled

This is a full-time, benefited State of Wyoming position. The ILL technician assists daily interlibrary loan duties and provides support and training to other interlibrary loan staff employed at Wyoming libraries within the WYLD network. They will assist in the physical processing of library materials being added or removed from the State Library’s collection and ensure they are discoverable and accessible by patrons and staff. This position supports digitization programs. The Interlibrary Loan Technician will spend a significant amount of time staffing the reference desk to support direct patron calls, emails, and queries.

Head of Information Services, Salina Public Library, KS

Salina Public Library is seeking a new Head of Information Serves. This position at Salina Public Library provides high-quality, friendly and professional services. The right candidate will be confident in leading a high-functioning team of librarians and library associates to provide reference services to the public, maintain a robust collection, provide valuable programming and create solutions for serving the Salina community. To be a part of our library team, a positive attitude, flexibility and willingness to work well with everyone is required.

A full job description and how to apply can be found on SPL's website.

Salina is a progressive city with a growing population of just under 50,000. Salina serves as the regional hub for medical services, retail trade, entertainment, and other unique attractions! A diverse economy and strong work ethic allow Salina to continually rank among Kansas’ best in such areas as cost of living, regional trade, career opportunities, and personal income. For more information on Salina, visit Imagine Salina.

Library Director, Upper Skagit Library District, Concrete, WA

Nestled in the foothills of the majestic Cascade Mountains in Northwest Washington, the Upper Skagit Library District serves a rural population of 4,100 in eastern Skagit County. This partial-county library district was formed by a vote of the people in 2001 and opened to the public in January 2005. The library offers a full range of library services including public access to high speed Internet via wireless and local area networks. The library just moved into a renovated building of 3,700 square feet. A dedicated Board of Trustees appointed by County Commissioners is the sole governing unit for the library.

The Area:

The library enjoys easy user access in the mercantile center of Concrete, WA (population 883), a rural and majestic community on the North Cascades Highway along the Skagit, Cascade, and Sauk Rivers. The area offers friendly people and opportunities to enjoy recreational activities in a lovely, natural setting. We are best known for our wild and scenic rivers, which boast salmon runs, eagles, and wildlife galore.

The Position:

The Director of the Upper Skagit Library will be responsible for the daily operations of the library, including personnel, financial management, library automation and other technologies. The position will manage all aspects of collection development. The Director will oversee educational and cultural programming, stay current on the latest technologies, and share the vision of the library within our community. The position requires a high level of independence with accountability directly to the Board of Trustees. The successful candidate will be committed to leading the library to its next level of growth.

Essential Skills/abilities:

Demonstrated public speaking ability Experience in budgeting and administration Solid background in supervising staff Skilled in written and verbal communication

Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds and education levels Demonstrates deep understanding of rural library issues

Ability to work in an open floor-plan library

A Master’s in Library or Information Science from an ALA-accredited program and Washington State Library certification. Five years public library experience including at least two years experience in management and staff supervision required.

Application Process:

Only applicants meeting the minimum requirements will be considered. A completed application, cover letter and resume must be received by 5:00 pm, April 30. The documents can be emailed to: [email protected]  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paid Leave: vacation 10 hours per month with longevity increases; sick leave 8 hours per month; 11 holidays.

Retirement: The library district and employees contribute jointly to the State of Washington Public Employee’s Retirement System.

Insurance: The director position receives compensation for health insurance.

Entry wage:  Hours:  $60,000- 40-hour workweek with some evening and Saturdays possible.

Equal Opportunity/Non-Discriminatory Employer:

All Qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, age, sex, religion, veteran status, marital status, or the presence of physical, sensory or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law, except where specific age, sex, or physical requirements constitute a bona fide occupational qualification necessary for proper and efficient performance of that occupation.

 

Library Director, Reed Memorial Library, OH

Join one of Library Journal’s top 10% highest-rated public libraries in the nation as the next Director of the Reed Memorial Library (https://www.reedlibrary.org/). The seven-member appointed Board of Trustees seeks an innovative and trusted leader to serve as Director for the 20,500 residents of the Ravenna community from a single 35,000 square foot building in beautiful downtown Ravenna.  With a $2 million annual budget, a recently passed 5-year operating levy, and 32 staff, the Library focuses on providing excellent customer service and embodies their tagline of ‘Empowering Everyone’. Programs for the community include collaborations with the Portage County Historical Society and Main Street Ravenna, the Telling a People’s Story Exhibit, and virtual role-playing games for teens.  Key initiatives include an update/revision of the current strategic plan; execution of a building assessment/space utilization study; implementation of performance-based staff evaluations; and building strong relationships with the staff, Board, stakeholders and community partners. 

 

Our Community: As the seat of Portage County in northeast Ohio, Ravenna’s beautiful and historic downtown is complemented by lovely neighborhoods and a friendly community.  The City and Township of Ravenna are geographically central to nearby cities (Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown and Pittsburgh) and offer many opportunities in their own backyard.  Initiatives from community groups including Main Street Ravenna and the Ravenna Area Chamber of Commerce are breathing new life into a growing city.  Within Ravenna and surrounding communities, there are a significant number of local artisans, restaurants, and wineries to entertain and inspire.  The Portage Hike and Bike Trail links several major trail systems in Ohio and leads to many historical sites and parks.  Educational opportunities in the county include excellent and renowned institutions such as Kent State University, Youngstown State University, Northeast Ohio Medical University, and excellent public and private school systems.      

 

Responsibilities: The Director, as the Chief Administrative Officer, is responsible to the Board of Trustees for the administration and operation of the Library.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: developing, recommending and monitoring the annual operating budget in conjunction with the Fiscal Officer; hiring and developing employees; participating in professional associations appropriate to the library and the community; engaging community agencies; reporting to the Board of Trustees; recommending changes in present services and facilities; serving as a representative to the Portage Library Consortium; and  being the face of the Library.  Learn more about the position, the Library and the community at Reed Links (https://www.bradburymiller.com/rmllinks.htm).   

 

Qualifications: Minimum requirements include a bachelor's degree and five years of library experience.  Essential skills include: interpreting community needs and interests; meeting and maintaining the public’s confidence; demonstrating excellent communication skills (written, spoken, and listening) and positive interpersonal skills; planning effective public service and guiding the efforts of all employees to support the Library’s mission and vision; demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of library services; supervising others, acting independently and showing good judgment; and demonstrating knowledge of current library technology. A master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited program and governing board experience are preferred.  Must qualify to be bonded. 

 

Compensation:  The starting salary range is $65,000-$80,000 with an excellent benefits package.

 

For further information, contact Bradbury Miller Associates (https://www.bradburymiller.com/). Apply via email with a cover letter and resume as a Word or PDF attachments to Karen Miller, [email protected], on or before the closing date of May 23, 2021.

 

Administrative Specialist, Sonoma County Library, CA 

FULL-TIME 40 HOURS PER WEEK
Sonoma County Library is seeking a customer service-oriented individual with excellent project management
skills, and solid communication, interpersonal relations, organizational, and problem solving skills to serve as the
Administrative Specialist in support of the Library Commission and the Deputy Director.
THE POSITION
Supports operational activities of the Library Commission, and the Library Administration. Supports a broad
range of management functions, including scheduling, minute-taking, electronic and print records maintenance,
both internal and external communications, recruitment, and labor negotiations. Serves as liaison to the Library
Commission.
TYPICAL TASKS include but are not limited to:
Provides ongoing support for the Library Commission
 Ensures all activities comply with the Brown Act.
 Coordinates preparation for and follow-up to meetings of the Library Commission, including the
preparation and distribution of the Commission’s meeting packet.
 Supports the Director’s role as Clerk to the Library Commission.
 Coordinates Library Advisory Board (LAB) appointments, record-keeping, and public information.
 Coordinates Commission and LAB communication (letters, emails, telephone etc.) for the Director and
Deputy Director.
 Develops and maintains a records management system for the Library.
 Monitors the Commission’s projects and work plan and assists as needed.
 Oversees the review schedule of library policies.
 Prepares and distributes correspondence from the Commission.
Provides ongoing support for the Deputy Director
 Provides administrative support to the Deputy Director, including preparing documents and correspondence,
scheduling and making arrangements for meetings and appointments, and maintaining confidentiality of
documents, records, communications, and information.
 Maintains accurate administrative records and files.
 Attends meetings of the Library Management Team and others, assists in the preparation of minutes.
 Assists in planning and scheduling activities.
 Compiles and reports operational statistics, including preparation of statistical reports to the Library
Commission and outside agencies.
 Assists in the development and review of Library policies and procedures, including distribution and
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ensuring ongoing availability in electronic and paper form.
 May perform administrative and programmatic work in such areas as reporting, grants, purchasing,
database management, contract administration, management analysis, public information, and program
evaluation.
 Communicates orally, in writing, or through graphic representations and statistical summaries with
colleagues, managers, employees, the public, organized employee groups, and representatives of various
organizations.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of:
Principles, practices, and techniques of library management and the administrative coordination of library and
information services; organization and function of public agencies, including the role of an elected Library
Commission and appointed advisory boards, applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies, technical processes,
and procedures related to public agency governance and operations such as the Brown Act and Public Records
Act; research methods, search techniques, and internet resource identification including online catalogs and
databases; principles, practices, and techniques of public relations, community outreach, and service promotion;
project coordination and implementation procedures; modern office administrative and secretarial practices and
procedures, including the use of standard office equipment; principles and practices of data collection and report
preparation; techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public,
vendors, contractors, and Library staff.
Ability to:
Perform responsible administrative and management support work with accuracy and minimal supervision;
develop well-defined goals, coordinate diverse functions, and effectively organize work to achieve objectives
with attention to timeline and budget; actively participate in management team activities, contributing to
deliberations, adding value to discussions as appropriate, offering support and assistance where needed, and
keeping members informed of status of projects and relevant issues; prepare written communications, project
documentation, reports, and presentations, organize, maintain, and update office database and records systems;
analyze and resolve office administrative and procedural concerns and make process improvement changes to
streamline procedures; use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing;
use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines;
establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course
of work; maintain confidentiality of sensitive information; adjust to changing priorities; work to well-defined
goals, coordinate diverse functions, and effectively organize work to achieve objectives; analyze situations and
data and make sound decisions; maintain confidentiality of sensitive information; adjust to changing priorities;
explain policies and procedures to patrons and staff; use initiative and independent judgment within established
procedural guidelines; maintain accurate records and files; prepare clear and concise reports and other written
material, including tables, charts, graphs, and presentations; use a range of hardware and software, including
learning advanced skills and ability to create and maintain web resources; interact and communicate tactfully
and professionally with a wide range of people; maintain confidentiality of sensitive information regarding
business/financial operations, recruitment, and labor negotiations.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major
coursework in library science, education, business or public administration, finance, human resources,
management, or a related field, and two (2) years of administrative experience, preferably in a library setting;
possession of a valid California Driver’s License
SALARY RANGE: $32.57/hour to $40.67/hour
CLOSING DATE: 5:00 pm, Monday, April 19, 2021
APPLICATION PROCESS: Please go to https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library
to apply. Applications must be complete and submitted by the final filing date in order to be considered.
Resumes will not substitute for a completed application.
The application process may contain one or more of the following steps: a supplemental application, written
test(s), skills assessment(s), and/or oral examination(s).
EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION:
Employment offers will be contingent upon a successful pre-employment verification/criminal records
clearance. Having a criminal record will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from employment.
RECRUITING PROTOCOL IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS COVID-19:
Pursuant to California Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, and all
applicable COVID 19 Shelter in Place Orders issued by the Sonoma County Health Officer, the recruiting
process including interviews, testing, etc. will be held via teleconference or online, if possible, unless changes
occur in the state and/or county health order.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION: Sonoma County Library will make reasonable accommodations in
the recruitment process to accommodate applicants with disabilities. If you are invited to participate in an
examination or interview and have a disability for which you require an accommodation, please contact the
Human Resources Department at (707) 545-0831 extension 1591 to make arrangements for your
accommodation. Requesting accommodations at least 3 working/business days before the scheduled event will
help to ensure availability. For further information regarding disability accommodations provided by the Library
and related matters, see the Library’s website at https://sonomalibrary.org/accessibility.
Sonoma County Library values diversity, empowerment, community, unity, kindness, connection, and equity. We
are committed to diversity and inclusion in the recruiting and hiring of staff.

Branch Librarian, Pateros, WA

All NCW Libraries staff embrace these core competencies as an organization and as individuals who positively
represent the library and its mission in the community.
• Ethical Practice
• Professionalism
• Building Respectful Relationships
• Valuing Diversity & Promoting Inclusiveness
• Library Advocacy & Intellectual Freedom
• User Focus
• Effective Communication & Collaboration
• Foundational Knowledge
• Adaptability
• Continuous Learning

Position Summary
Performs advanced administrative work in planning, organizing, and managing day-to-day operations of a single
branch library, ensuring efficient delivery of library materials and services. Oversees branch program planning
and related work as apparent or assigned. Supervises, trains and schedules staff. Serves as a liaison between NCW
Libraries and the community and promotes the library and its services. Maintains an awareness of customer needs
and new technologies, resources and services that will meet these needs. Must work consistently within NCW
Libraries standards and policy directives and support the library’s mission of “Connecting the people of North
Central Washington to vital resources and opportunities that foster individual growth and strengthen communities.

Essential Functions
• Champions excellent customer service and support in all staff and patron interactions.
• Provides prompt and knowledgeable assistance to all library users and assists with the instruction of library technology.
• Plans, schedules, and organizes daily, weekly, and monthly programs for a diverse audience.
• Develops and promotes story time events.
• Maintains adequate inventory of supplies.
• Promotes and develops library engagement opportunities within the community.
• Comprehensive knowledge and responsibility for the circulation of library materials, including new user registration, account issues, payments, book reservations, and shelving.
• Hires, supervises, and trains Library Associates, Customer Service Technicians, Library Assistants, Pages and Volunteers.
• Ensures all staff and volunteers are performing assigned duties and meeting customer service standards.
• Conducts regular performance coaching and participates in disciplinary action with HR as needed.
• Assists in collection development and follows NCW Libraries’ Collection Development Policy.
• Respects the confidentiality of library users and records in accordance with NCW Libraries’ Confidentiality Policy.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
• Extensive knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of modern library operation.
• Ability to identify, establish and maintain community partnerships and serve as an ambassador for NCW Libraries.
• Demonstrated computer literacy and the ability to effectively assist patrons with library technology.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patrons, the community and NCW Library staff.
• Ability to speak in public and present to city leaders and community meetings.
• Knowledge and adherence to library policies and the ALA Code of Ethics.
• Knowledge of personnel and time management principles.
• Ability to communicate effectively, exercise tact, initiative, and independent judgment.
• Ability to gather and maintain a variety of library records and statistics.

Education & Experience
Master’s degree in librarianship from an ALA accredited graduate program required. Other degrees and/or
experience may be considered. Three years related experience and a minimum of one year of supervisory
experience.

Special Requirements
Fluency in English required, Fluency in English and Spanish strongly preferred.
Flexibility to work evenings and weekends.

Physical Requirements
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk, sit; use hands to finger,
handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; reach overhead, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk or hear.
Required to push, pull, load and unload carts, bins, and boxes, pull books from shelves, put books back on shelves,
occasionally required to climb or balance on a stool. Frequently lift and move up to 20 pounds, occasionally lift
and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust
focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Wage & Benefits
• $27.16/hour (Salary Classification M)
• Full-Time
• Non-Exempt
• Medical, dental, vision, life
• Sick and vacation leave
• Retirement through State of Washington

Library Collections and Services Director, Columbia, SC

The South Carolina State Library (SCSL) serves the people of South Carolina by supporting state government and libraries to provide opportunities for learning in a changing environment.  We develop, support, and sustain a thriving statewide community of learners committed to making South Carolina stronger.

If you are looking for an organization that offers:

  • a collaborative and inclusive work environment
  • an excellent Work Culture
  • paid professional Memberships
  • professional development and learning opportunities for staff
  • tuition assistance
  • an opportunity to work with professionals that are passionate about delivering exceptional results and advancing the mission and vision of their organization

Then South Carolina State Library is the organization for you!

We have a great career opportunity available for a Library Collections and Services Director in our Columbia, South Carolina headquarters.

The Library Collections and Services Director will lead our library collections and services department in alignment with the agency’s mission, goals, and strategic directions.  The library collections and services department is comprised of library staff responsible for providing library services to patrons, and acquiring and making materials available.  This position is responsible for overseeing the library functions of the South Carolina State Library, to include research assistance, circulation, acquisitions, cataloging, and digitization.   

WHAT WE BELIEVE:

We outwardly demonstrate who we are as an organization through our values. Our people are our greatest resource and our values drive our people.

  • Communication:  We believe communication in every direction and through multiple methods is essential to doing our work at the highest level. As an information organization, we use a transparent process for decision making which encourages creativity and fosters collaboration among staff and our community.
  • Flexibility:  An agile organization is one that can change course to provide better services. We define our organization in this way and pride ourselves in being good stewards of all resources.
  • Community Driven:  Our community is the state. Our value is demonstrated in what we are able to give back as public servants. We believe that by remaining open to our community’s needs, we can personalize experiences for individuals and groups.
  • Inclusivity:  We strive to expand opportunities to better connect with others and break down barriers. Integrity, respect, and equality guide our performance and we are committed to hiring staff that reflect our community.
  • Professionalism:  Our staff model professionalism by providing a welcoming environment, excellent customer service, valuing diversity, and supporting multiple methods of service delivery. A well-trained and knowledgeable staff is our greatest asset.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Supervise employees by applying management principles according to South Carolina State Library policy and procedures.
  • Complete performance management timely and accurately and monitoring employee progress towards goal attainment.
  • Communicate expectations and provide feedback to assist employees with performance improvement, professional development, and skills/competency development.
  • Coordinate and implement public services to library patrons including but not limited to circulation, interlibrary loan, ready reference, and research assistance.
  • Responsible for department’s promotion and outreach activities related to the library services and resources offered by the South Carolina State Library.
  • Coordinate the selection, budgeting, and approval of materials for the collection in both print and electronic titles, including acquisitions, cataloging, and physical processing of items.
  • Oversee the South Carolina state documents depository system, including acquiring both physical and digital items from state agencies and participation with state documents depository libraries.
  • Oversee the State Library’s participation and compliance as a selective federal documents depository library in the acquisition of both print and electronic items. 
  • Serve a primary contact for digitization support to public libraries and other state partners.
  • Serve a primary representative of the South Carolina State Library on the South Carolina Digital Library Advisory Board.

Minimum Requirements:   

 

  • A bachelor’s degree and professional experience related to the position.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A masters' degree in library science from an American Library Association accredited college or university.
  • Ten (10) years professional library experience.
  • Five (5) years supervisory experience, supervisory experience critical.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to manage project activities through the supervision of subordinate staff.
  • Ability to develop, implement, and monitor departmental and project budgets.
  • Familiarity with best practices in the areas of collection development and library public services.
  • Knowledge of current digital collections technologies, standards, platforms, and products.

Hiring Range:           $49,594 - $70,674

SCSL is committed to providing our employees with a collaborative and inclusive work environment that provides challenging work, personal and professional growth, and a work/life balance. 

In addition to all the great perks we’ve already shared, we also offer:

  • Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Retirement, and more
  • 15 days of annual leave per year
  • 15 days of sick leave per year
  • 13 paid holidays
  • Team Building Activities – We believe in growing together

Don’t miss this great opportunity to take your career to the next level!  Apply today.  

As an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age (over 40), sex, including pregnancy and childbirth (or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

How to Apply: 

All applications must be submitted online at:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3026361/library-collections-and-services-director?department[0]=State%20Library&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

South Carolina State Library

 

1500 Senate Street

 

Columbia, SC 29201

 

Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov

 

Content Access Specialist/Library Assistant 4, Library for Accessible Books, Tennessee State Library and Archives

Duties/Responsibilities:
• Execute a successful digital audio book duplication-on-demand program; partner with LABM assistant director and director to develop policies and best practices for providing excellent service as that program evolves.
• Execute the plan for a successful participation of LABM in the statewide interlibrary loan service, for large print books; serve as chief operator for that program.
• Accurately perform read and write-protection procedures per National Library Service (NLS) guidelines, using provided software; serve as primary trainer on these procedures for other LABM staff.
• Coordinate tasks with one or more volunteers in a manner that makes optimal use of everyone’s time and ensures proper procedural flow.
• Keep staff informed on current topics and trends in LABM, particularly in relation to downloading books and using the NLS smartphone apps; provide training to staff and patrons as assigned.
• Assist with cataloging and inventorying new items, both those made via the duplication-on-demand program and materials entering the collections from other sources.
• Accurately and efficiently process new items, including the generation and application of labels, cover protection, and other such tasks.
• Perform item record cleanup through the catalog.
• Assist with development and maintenance of collection management policies and procedures.
• Assist with accurate, timely inventories of physical collections.
• Perform patron database management tasks, including individual record cleanup, monthly usage file import, and annual record purge.
• Accurately and efficiently perform de-selection tasks in accordance with National Library Service guidelines, including identifying and packaging items for shipment.
• Assist with LABM collection development.
• Shelve materials, pull materials from shelves, shift materials on shelves, clean materials and shelves, and otherwise perform stacks maintenance tasks.
• Assist with unloading, sorting, checking in, and otherwise processing incoming materials returned via U.S. Mail, generally in large quantities.
• Perform quality control tasks for audio books in multiple formats.
• Compile statistics and write reports as requested.
• Monitor inventory of supplies and place orders in a timely manner, per guidelines.
• Provide coverage for other positions in LABM when needed, including direct patron assistance by phone, via email, and face-to-face, preparing daily mail cards, scanning items out into circulation, and answering incoming phone calls and emails.
• Provide BARD support and training as needed.
• Perform other duties as requested.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education and Experience:
• Must possess education equivalent to graduation from a standard high school.
• Ability to maintain detailed statistical records using Microsoft Word and Excel to meet NLS and in-house needs.
• Possesses strong knowledge of changing technologies, including the use of eBooks in multiple formats and general file management principles.
• Must have direct experience in the operation of a circulating library (public or special), including patron service and cataloging.
Knowledge and Abilities:
• Advanced skills in smartphone operations, including iOS and Android operating systems.
• Commitment to providing excellent customer service.
• Possesses the interpersonal skills to work within the structure of state government and represent TSLA and its programs.
• Possess strong computer skills in standard software (including word processing and spreadsheet development), library data systems, and other library technologies.
• Ability to help staff through electronic and technological changes that are part of the library world.
• Ability to keep knowledgeable about changing technologies.
• Ability to learn to use all features of both the simple and advanced models of the National Library Service digital players, and to teach others how to use the machines.
• Ability to perform high volume, repetitive tasks accurately and with close attention to detail.
• Ability to plan and organize tasks in order to complete assigned duties in a timely manner, including the delegation of work to volunteers.
• Ability to be a positive influence within the building and section.
• Ability to adapt to change.
• Warm and professional manner in dealing with coworkers, volunteers, and the public in person, via telephone, and by email.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to organize and maintain paper and electronic records.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality of patron files.
Physical Requirements:
• Ability to handle materials weighing 25 pounds on a consistent daily basis and move loaded rolling bins containing up to 500 items.
• Ability to bend and lift materials onto stacks both in high and low positions.
• Ability to read and assimilate multi-digit numbers, including performing detailed data entry accurately and efficiently.
• Ability to operate handheld scanners and USB drives effectively.
• Ability to use job-related software effectively.
• Ability to work in stacks environment with books that contain dust and other allergens.
• Ability to simultaneously use telephone and computer system for extended periods of time.
• Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time.
Health, safety and collections security
• Assist the organization in creating a safe and healthy working environment by working safely with the equipment provided.
• Follow instructions given for health and safety purposes and immediately report any unsafe working practices or hazardous working conditions.
• Take whatever measures are necessary to protect materials, property, and/or the collections from loss, mutilation or theft.
Salary: $32,500 annually plus the State of Tennessee Benefits package.
To apply: Please email your letter of interest and resume to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, [email protected]

 

Regional Library Director, Tennessee Department of State, Tennessee State Library and Archives, Murfreesboro, TN

 

Summary: Employees in this classification constitute a team of leaders guiding the development of library services across the state. Each Regional Director focuses on his/her particular area of the state but has a broad view of library needs and practices within the state and nationally. With this broad scope in mind, the Regional Director is responsible for a regional library center and the local public libraries within that region. The Regional Director plans, initiates, organizes and develops a library program for the libraries of that region, working in harmony with other Regional Directors and the State Library and Archives.
Each Regional Director is responsible for knowing the libraries in his/her region, developing an intimate understanding of their history, programs and services, goals, strengths and weaknesses. The director is expected to develop strong business relationships with key personnel at each local library, to be accessible and to provide guidance and advice to board members and library directors/managers. The director assists library boards in policy development and planning; works with local government officials and local library support groups to promote advocacy and awareness; and assists local library directors and staff by providing training, assistance and advice in all areas of public library service.
Through observation, participation and collecting data, the director will develop a knowledge of the region as a whole, which he/she will use to determine strategies for improving and strengthening library services both regionally and, in conjunction with peers, statewide. Regional Directors will be expected to travel throughout the region and to attend meetings and training programs at the State Library and Archives in Nashville or in other areas of the state.
Duties/Responsibilities:
• Provides advice and guidance to public library directors in library management, principles and trends, and legal and ethics issues.
• Assists public library directors and staff by providing training, assistance and guidance in areas including planning, budgeting, supervision, technology, collection development, resource sharing, service improvements, data collection and statistical analysis.
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• Provides advice and guidance to public library trustees in addition to attending local library board meetings to ascertain and assist with library policy, planning and development.
• Works with local government officials and library support groups providing advocacy and awareness.
• Develops an annual program of workshops and in-service training for local library staff, public library trustees and regional staff.
• Directs and evaluates regional library staff.
• Manages State and Federal dollars, approving/denying all expenditures using mandated guidelines.
• Monitors state’s “Maintenance of Effort” requirements for library boards.
• Prepares reports for local libraries, the regional board, and the State Library and Archives.
• Attends mandatory meetings and training sessions which may require overnight travel.
• Works in conjunction with Planning and Development staff in implementing statewide initiatives.
• Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education and Experience:
• ALA-accredited Masters Degree in Library or Information Science.
• Five years experience in professional library work in an increasingly responsible position, preferably in a public library setting, with at least three years in a responsible supervisory or administrative capacity.
Knowledge and Abilities:
• Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Possesses intermediate to advanced skills in computer operations.
• Has thorough knowledge of current public library practices and trends, including modern library building design and equipment and modern library technology.
• Has working knowledge of online library management systems.
• Possesses strong organizational skills, including the ability to establish priorities, follow project timelines and meet project deadlines.
• Has demonstrated skills in public speaking.
• Understands the requirements of adult education and has the ability to plan and present effective library in-service training and continuing education programs.
• Must be willing to work a flexible schedule and travel independently throughout the region and the state.
• Requires normal visual acuity and field of vision, hearing, and speaking.
• Must possess a good driving record and valid Tennessee driver’s license.
• Must exhibit the ability to be a positive influence within the region and while representing the region and state government.
• Ability to move and lift materials up to 35 pounds.
• Ability to stoop, bend and lift to file and retrieve materials.
• Ability to work in an environment with books and materials that contain dust and other allergens.
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Starting Salary: $67,626 per annum plus State of Tennessee benefits package.
To apply: Send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] Position will be open until filled.
About the Stones River Regional Library If you are ready to step up your game and join a thriving and innovative library team, this is your opportunity. Stones River provides support for 26 large and small libraries in 11 counties of Middle Tennessee. Working collaboratively with the directors of the eight other regions and the State Library & Archives staff, the Regional Director will oversee a team of three support staff and an IT professional. Murfreesboro is a vibrant city of over 140,000 located 34 miles from downtown Nashville, with its own art scene, restaurants, shopping and parks.

 

Executive Director, LibraryLinkNJ, The New Jersey Library Cooperative

The Executive Board of LibraryLinkNJ seeks a creative and innovative leader—responsive to member, staff and state-wide needs and skilled in focusing the efforts of a team of talented professionals—as its next Executive Director.  LibraryLinkNJ is the single, statewide, multi-type library cooperative in New Jersey, working in partnership with its 2,600 multi-type member libraries and the New Jersey State Library to provide access to excellent library services for 8.79 million residents in twenty-one counties.   With a $2+ million annual budget and 5 FTE system staff, LibraryLinkNJ is a member-focused organization with a reputation for providing effective continuing education, strong outreach services, high-level support for innovative technologies, and statewide delivery to its multi-type library membership. The Cooperative has over 1100 voting representatives from over 2,600 public and private school, public, academic, institutional, corporate, health sciences and special libraries and library-related agencies.  A member-elected Executive Board meets monthly to oversee the programs and services of the organization. LibraryLinkNJ is a 501(c)(3) organization formed from the 2010 consolidation of the four regional cooperatives and is funded by the New Jersey State Library; members join at no charge and pay no dues.

From the mountains of High Point to the shore areas of the Atlantic Ocean, New Jersey is a model of geographic diversity. It is the 11th most populous and the most densely populated of the 50 states. Bordering New Jersey on the north and east are the metropolitan areas of New York and on the west and southwest by Pennsylvania and Delaware. Known as the Garden State, the state still lives up to its name, and continues to have major cities and industries, pleasant suburbs and rural areas located throughout the state and easily accessible through a wide network transportation system. The LibraryLinkNJ office is in Ewing, NJ. For more information on LibraryLinkNJ, the area, and the State, please visit LibraryLinkNJ Links.

Responsibilities. The Executive Director’s primary role is to provide leadership and initiative for LibraryLinkNJ. The ED works with the Executive Board and members of the Cooperative in the development and implementation of programs to enhance library services in New Jersey; manages the headquarters office; makes recommendations to the Executive Board concerning the hiring of office staff; and supervises and motivates staff in accordance with policies adopted by the Executive Board. The Executive Director works collaboratively with the New Jersey State Library and with Board committees drafts the annual strategic initiatives and budget for review and approval. The ED also serves as a liaison to local, county, state and national library organizations and is dedicated to “Moving Forward Together.”  Key opportunities include exploring and developing alternative funding streams through fundraising and development, continuing to look for and implement cost-savings strategies, developing an ambitious year-round continuing education program, developing and evaluating an RFP for continued statewide delivery service, and reinventing and reimagining LibraryLinkNJ for 2021 and the future.

Qualifications.  Required qualifications include an M.L.S. degree from an A.L.A. accredited institution and five years of professional library experience, including three years of experience in an administrative/managerial position in a library, nonprofit organization or private corporation. Additional qualifications include a comprehensive knowledge of library and networking services and trends, budgeting and financial management, experience reporting to a governing Board, and a strong commitment to the evolving role of technology in the successful management of organizations and in library services. Extensive travel within the state is expected when deemed safe to do so and experience with multi-type library cooperation is desirable.

 

Compensation. The hiring salary range is $115,000 – 130,000 (placement being dependent on experience and qualifications) with an attractive benefits package.

 

For further information, contact  Bradbury Miller Associates via email or phone.  To start the application process, send a cover letter that supports your candidacy for the position and your resume as Word or pdf attachments to Jobeth Bradbury. This position closes April 11, 2021.

 

 

 

 

 

Campus Library Director, Mesa, AZ

 

The Campus Library Director is responsible for the overall management and administration of the Missouri Branch of the A.T. Still Memorial Library. They will lead the library’s provision of support services for the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM), Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health (MOSDOH), and the College of Graduate Health Studies (CGHS). They will support faculty and students in leading an evidence-based model of clinical care. They will provide leadership and supervision of six team members. They will assist the University Library Director in the planning and administration of the library department and related initiatives.  Applicants can apply here.

 

Principal Job Duties include:

 

  • Supports the University Library Director in strategic planning, budget development, program direction and coordination, as well as employee recruitment
  • Oversees the daily operations of a 22,000 sq ft library branch leading a team of six employees to provide excellent customer services to students, faculty, and staff
  • Leads the staff in providing a broad range of library services to three schools (DO, dental, and Health Sciences) for both residential and online students across two geographical locations in Missouri (Kirksville, MO and St Louis, MO), provides instructional support in the use of evidence for clinical practice to students and faculty, and manages and develops the collection of the library
  • Serves as the library liaison for one or two colleges located on the Missouri Campus
  • Leads outreach efforts and engages faculty, staff and students about library services
  • Participates in library university committees, the regional MOBIUS consortium, national professional organizations, and disseminates best professional practices developed by the library
  • Prepares and manages the campus library budget

 

Qualifications:

 

  • ALA-accredited MLS degree or equivalent
  • Five years’ experience in an academic or medical library or other equivalent experience
  • Supervisory experience (one to two years preferred)
  • Advanced skills in searching health sciences literature using biomedical databases such as PubMed and CINAHL
  • Knowledge of and experience with evidence-based medicine practice, research data, and tools for demonstrating research impact
  • Knowledge of the scholarly publishing process
  • Demonstrated experience in developing, designing, and teaching course-integrated information literacy sessions in academic health sciences or clinical environments

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

  • Use of assessment data to inform continuous improvement of instructional practices and materials
  • Experience with evaluation and assessment of instructional practices and materials
  • Experience with library outreach and marketing activities
  • Experience working within a library liaison program
  • Involvement with systematic reviews or other formal literature reviews

 

About A.T. Still University of the Health Sciences

 

Established in 1892 by A.T. Still, DO, the founder of osteopathy, A.T. Still University (ATSU) began as the nation’s first college of osteopathic medicine and has evolved into a leading university of health sciences comprised of two colleges and four schools on two campuses and online. Today, ATSU offers master’s degrees across allied health disciplines and doctorates in osteopathic medicine, dental medicine, athletic training, audiology, health administration, health education, health sciences, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.  

 

A.T. Still University’s Missouri campus is located in Kirksville, a growing community with a rich history in education and osteopathic healthcare. Within easy driving distance of major cities such as Columbia, St. Louis and Kansas City, Kirksville offers a variety of cultural and recreational activities.

 

A.T. Still University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug- and tobacco-free workplace.

 

 

 

Technical Services Librarian

 

Description

 

A.T. Still University (ATSU) is seeking a Technical Services Librarian on the Kirksville, Missouri, campus. This positition reports to the Library Branch Manager at the Kirksville campus. This librarian is responsible for cataloging, digitizing, and other collection management duties in the care and preservation of diverse collections.  Applicants can apply here.

 

Major Job Duties

 

  • Catalogs collections using the Library of Congress and National Library of Medicine cataloging and classification systems
  • Assists with the management of the library’s electronic resources, mainly updating holdings in eBook and serials collection and their discoverability in the catalog, discovery layer, and other outlets.
  • Helps train, evaluate, and guide staff on all campuses to ensure compliance with national and local standards such as MARC, RDA, AACR2r, LCSH, LCCS, OCLC, LC cataloging practices, and other appropriate cataloging and metadata standards
  • Creates original catalog records for contribution to OCLC, maintains the accuracy of the library’s catalog records, enhances cataloging provided by other libraries and vendors, assists with authority control and the bulk loading of bibliographic records into the library catalog
  • Works collaboratively with other librarians and paraprofessionals to manage access to collections and further initiatives of the A.T. Still Memorial Library
  • Delivers high-level customer service, including answering questions, recommending resources, and providing instruction and/or educational sessions. Seeks new ways to improve efficiency and customer service.
  • Participates in planning, implementing, and configuration of the integrated library system as it pertains to cataloging functions and public display
  • Serves as library representative to the MOBIUS Avalon cluster (Sierra ILS)
  • Plans and sets up exhibits, creates newsletter articles, and contributes to library LibGuides
  • Runs monthly and weekly
  • Maintains currency in knowledge of emerging trends, best practices, and technical skills to support new initiatives
  • In conjunction with MOBIUS consortium, manages shared library systems by administering all aspects of the operation and configuration of the shared integrated library system, III’s Sierra including patron records, catalog entries, authority controls, and connections to outside discovery layers.

 

Job Responsibilities

 

  • Creates entry points to access print and electronic collections in ILS (MARC), AtoZ (KBART), and discovery layer.
  • Maintains the library's Sierra ILS system within a consortia environment.
  • Curates metadata files for export to external (ex OCLC) and internal partners.
  • Provides reference services on an as needed basis at the Kirksville, Missouri, campus.
  • Assists the Electronic Resources Librarian in technology related projects and trouble shooting when needed.
  • Serves on library and university committees, as well as being active within professional library organizations.

 

Requirements and Preferences

 

  • ALA accredited MLS degree required
  • One - two years cataloging or tech services experience preferred
  • Ability to work with people virtually required
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products required
  • Familiarity with library programs such as OCLC, a major ILS, Docline required
  • Familiarity with networks, proxy services, and IP authentication systems required
  • Proficiency using OCLC and performing original and copy cataloging in all formats preferred
  • Familiarity and knowledge of cataloging and metadata standards, both existing and emerging such as AACR2, RDA, BIBFRAME, RDF, LC-PCC, LCRIs, LCC, MeSH, MARC21, CONSER, DC and Linked Data preferred
  • Experience with Innovative's Sierra preferred

 

About A.T. Still University of the Health Sciences

 

Established in 1892 by A.T. Still, DO, the founder of osteopathy, A.T. Still University (ATSU) began as the nation’s first college of osteopathic medicine and has evolved into a leading university of health sciences comprised of two colleges and four schools on two campuses and online. Today, ATSU offers master’s degrees across allied health disciplines and doctorates in osteopathic medicine, dental medicine, athletic training, audiology, health administration, health education, health sciences, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.  

 

A.T. Still University’s Missouri campus is located in Kirksville, a growing community with a rich history in education and osteopathic healthcare. Within easy driving distance of major cities such as Columbia, St. Louis and Kansas City, Kirksville offers a variety of cultural and recreational activities.

 

A.T. Still University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug- and tobacco-free workplace.

 

Library Services Director, City of Sweet Home, OR

City of Sweet Home 
Library Services Director Recruitment (Open until filled)
FLSA Exempt, Non-Bargaining

$5,475 - $6,435/monthly DOE, DOQ

The City of Sweet Home is seeking a Library Services Director.  We are looking for an innovative individual who is welcoming, service-oriented, flexible, and has a passion for literature and learning.  The Library Services Director provides leadership and strategic vision for all aspects of library operations, is responsible for the day-to-day operation, and continually seeks new creative ways of serving the public in a world that continues to change.  The director supervises up to three part time staff, numerous volunteers, and works with patrons of all ages.  This position is overtime exempt and does include evenings and weekends.  

The successful candidate will demonstrate they are "Hungry, Humble and Smart", as described in Patrick Lencioni's "The Ideal Team Player".  The City of Sweet Home values its culture above all else.  The Director of Library Services serves as one of six senior counselors and assists the City Manager.  The Director works with a 5-member, Council appointed Library Advisory Board, and is a direct report to the City Manager.  Sweet Home's library is funded by a voter approved Operations Levy every 5 years.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the importance of, and commitment to being the face of the Library and City in the community as successful libraries are based on community outreach.  This position presents an outstanding opportunity for an experienced and self-motivated leader who has proving the ability to optimize funding thru successful grant writing.

The Library Services Director is a non-represented, FLSA Exempt position.  Benefits for this classification include:

  • 95% paid premiums for medical, dental and vision insurance
  • AD&D, Employee Assistance Program, $30,000 basic life (employee only) and long-term disability policies
  • 15.7% contribution to 401(a) defined contribution plan
  • 8 hours of vacation and sick accruals per month
  • 10 days (80 hours) paid management leave in addition to vacation and holidays
  • 11 paid holidays (incl. 2 personal days)

Optional benefits are available at the employee's discretion. Premiums for selected optional benefits are paid by the employee.

Qualified persons interested in applying must submit a cover letter, resume and City of Sweet Home Employment Application to [email protected].  Cover letter and resume must clearly describe how the applicant meets, or exceeds, the minimum and mandatory qualifications for this position listed within the official job description.  First review of applications will be on April 5, 2021.

The City of Sweet Home is an equal opportunity employer and committed to the principles of equality and honoring diversity.  EEOC/ADA

Content Access Specialist, Tennessee Department of State, Tennessee State Library & Archives

Supervisor: Director of Library for Accessible Books (LABM) Duties/Responsibilities: • Execute a successful digital audio book duplication-on-demand program; partner with LABM assistant director and director to develop policies and best practices for providing excellent service as that program evolves. • Execute the plan for a successful participation of LABM in the statewide interlibrary loan service, for large print books; serve as chief operator for that program. • Accurately perform read and write-protection procedures per National Library Service (NLS) guidelines, using provided software; serve as primary trainer on these procedures for other LABM staff. • Coordinate tasks with one or more volunteers in a manner that makes optimal use of everyone’s time and ensures proper procedural flow. • Keep staff informed on current topics and trends in LABM, particularly in relation to downloading books and using the NLS smartphone apps; provide training to staff and patrons as assigned. • Assist with cataloging and inventorying new items, both those made via the duplicationon-demand program and materials entering the collections from other sources. • Accurately and efficiently process new items, including the generation and application of labels, cover protection, and other such tasks. • Perform item record cleanup through the catalog. • Assist with development and maintenance of collection management policies and procedures. • Assist with accurate, timely inventories of physical collections. • Perform patron database management tasks, including individual record cleanup, monthly usage file import, and annual record purge. • Accurately and efficiently perform de-selection tasks in accordance with National Library Service guidelines, including identifying and packaging items for shipment. • Assist with LABM collection development. • Shelve materials, pull materials from shelves, shift materials on shelves, clean materials and shelves, and otherwise perform stacks maintenance tasks. • Assist with unloading, sorting, checking in, and otherwise processing incoming materials returned via U.S. Mail, generally in large quantities. • Perform quality control tasks for audio books in multiple formats. • Compile statistics and write reports as requested. • Monitor inventory of supplies and place orders in a timely manner, per guidelines. • Provide coverage for other positions in LABM when needed, including direct patron assistance by phone, via email, and face-to-face, preparing daily mail cards, scanning items out into circulation, and answering incoming phone calls and emails. • Provide BARD support and training as needed. • Perform other duties as requested. Minimum Qualifications: Education and Experience: • Must possess education equivalent to graduation from a standard high school. • Ability to maintain detailed statistical records using Microsoft Word and Excel to meet NLS and in-house needs. • Possesses strong knowledge of changing technologies, including the use of eBooks in multiple formats and general file management principles. • Must have direct experience in the operation of a circulating library (public or special), including patron service and cataloging. Knowledge and Abilities: • Advanced skills in smartphone operations, including iOS and Android operating systems. • Commitment to providing excellent customer service. • Possesses the interpersonal skills to work within the structure of state government and represent TSLA and its programs. • Possess strong computer skills in standard software (including word processing and spreadsheet development), library data systems, and other library technologies. • Ability to help staff through electronic and technological changes that are part of the library world. • Ability to keep knowledgeable about changing technologies. • Ability to learn to use all features of both the simple and advanced models of the National Library Service digital players, and to teach others how to use the machines. • Ability to perform high volume, repetitive tasks accurately and with close attention to detail. • Ability to plan and organize tasks in order to complete assigned duties in a timely manner, including the delegation of work to volunteers. • Ability to be a positive influence within the building and section. • Ability to adapt to change. • Warm and professional manner in dealing with coworkers, volunteers, and the public in person, via telephone, and by email. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Ability to organize and maintain paper and electronic records. • Ability to maintain confidentiality of patron files. Physical Requirements: • Ability to handle materials weighing 25 pounds on a consistent daily basis and move loaded rolling bins containing up to 500 items. • Ability to bend and lift materials onto stacks both in high and low positions. • Ability to read and assimilate multi-digit numbers, including performing detailed data entry accurately and efficiently. • Ability to operate handheld scanners and USB drives effectively. • Ability to use job-related software effectively. • Ability to work in stacks environment with books that contain dust and other allergens. • Ability to simultaneously use telephone and computer system for extended periods of time. • Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time. Health, safety and collections security • Assist the organization in creating a safe and healthy working environment by working safely with the equipment provided. • Follow instructions given for health and safety purposes and immediately report any unsafe working practices or hazardous working conditions. • Take whatever measures are necessary to protect materials, property, and/or the collections from loss, mutilation or theft. Salary: $32,500 annually plus the State of Tennessee Benefits package. To apply: Please email your letter of interest and resume to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, [email protected]

Library Director, Teton County Library, Jackson, WY

Under limited supervision, directs the Teton County Library through effective planning, staff management, and resource allocation; manages priorities, identifies critical issues, resolves conflicts and technical issues, and directs operations; assures the library facilities are attractive, safe, and provide a variety of informational, instructional, recreational, and research services to meet the needs of the community.

Additional Info & Requirements

POSITION REQUIREMENTS • Master’s Degree in Library & Information Science • Six years of executive experience in institutional library leadership, including supervisory and program management. • Combination of equivalent education, training, and experience. • Prior experience reporting to a governing board is preferred.

The Community

The library has a legal service population of 23,464. Teton County is a year-round resort community, located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming. It serves as a southern gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and is home to three world class ski resorts. Approximately 97% of the land within the county’s borders is held in public ownership – Grand Teton National Park, The National Elk Refuge, and several National Forests. As a community, Teton County is characterized by its commitment to outdoor adventure, education, and philanthropy, demonstrated by abundant arts, recreational and cultural offerings for residents and visitors alike.

More information:

https://library.wyo.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/director-search-brochure.pdf 

 

To apply

Visit www.tetoncountywy.gov/jobs to apply. Qualified individuals must submit, in PDF format, a cover letter, resume, and application form, including at least five professional references with phone and email address, as well as explanation of your working relationship with each.

Prior to the deadline, questions about the application process should be directed to: Julianne Fries, Human Resources Director, Teton County, 307-732-5773 or [email protected]  Application Deadline: April 2, 2021

 

Library Director – Hoboken Public Library (NJ)

Reimagine, Restore & Transform. Be a part of planning for the future as the next Library Director, Hoboken Public Library (https://hobokenlibrary.org/). Serving as a respected and beloved civic asset located in a historic 1897 landmark building on Church Square Park, the Hoboken Public Library’s mission is to “connect people with each other, ideas, and opportunities to support lifelong learning, personal growth, and community development.” The Library Director will lead a committed, progressive staff (42 full and part time) as it simultaneously continues to expand and improve traditional library services while transforming and expanding new services focusing on the diversity of Hoboken’s population, emergent library technologies, new roles for public libraries, and external partnership development. Working closely with a nine-member appointed Board, a dedicated Friends group, an active Foundation, and City officials, the Library Director will determine the course of library services for years to come. Key opportunities include actively and intentionally supporting an inclusive and welcoming environment for both staff and community members; continuing the work on the Capital Master Plan—3rd floor renovation and new HVAC system of the Main Library, converting the two adjacent townhouses to a library annex space, and entertaining the possibility of a new Uptown Branch facility; expanding the growing outreach services program that explores new service delivery models; increase capacity through space re-design of the Main Library; developing and implementing a new strategic plan; and actively engaging in fundraising, development, and grant-writing. The Hoboken Public Library serves 53,000 City residents and operates with a $6mil annual operating budget.

 

Our Community. Hoboken is a small City with a big heart and embraces all residents—from single, upwardly mobile adults to young families to active seniors. Hoboken celebrates and honors its diverse community where all feel safe, welcomed, and valued. This lively, walkable city is a unique delight. Strategically located on the banks of the Hudson River across from lower Manhattan, residents and visitors enjoy waterside walkways with postcard-perfect views. Hoboken, one of twelve municipalities in Hudson County, packs a punch in one colorful, urban square mile. It has enticing parks, outdoor recreation, and one-of-a kind shopping with restaurants and clubs along the way on its main thoroughfare, Washington Avenue. Hoboken residents enjoy a vibrant quality of life and an energy rare in a city its size. Known as a “Gateway to America,” Hudson County is one of the most successful examples of urban development in the United States. For more information on the Library, Hoboken’s #1 destination, and the City of Hoboken, visit Hoboken Links (https://www.bradburymiller.com/hobokenlinks.htm).

 

Responsibilities. Under the direction of the Library Board of Trustees, the Library Director is responsible for planning, directing, managing, and overseeing all activities and operations of the Library. This position works closely with the Library Board, staff, library auxiliary groups, and external stakeholders to establish and ensure that core values are upheld and excellent library service is met while achieving the Library’s longer term strategic goals. The Director also provides library advocacy and community outreach through marketing strategies, presentations to community groups on library issues and needs, interaction with the Friends of the Library and Foundation, and participation in community and professional activities. In addition to external customers, the Director will continue to focus on building a diverse and inclusive staff welcoming to all. The Director is a role model within the organization and must maintain a positive attitude, an innovative mindset, and open communication and interaction with the staff and community. For details, see Hoboken Public Library Director Position (https://www.bradburymiller.com/hobokenjobdesc.pdf).

 

 

 

Qualifications. Minimum qualifications are an ALA-accredited Master’s in Library Science and a New Jersey Professional Librarian’s Certificate and five years’ library experience, with three years in an administrative/supervisory capacity. The successful candidate will also demonstrate visionary leadership skills; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; the ability to build productive relationships and promote collaborative partnerships through civic engagement; success in promoting library services to the community; and possess comfort and skill in fundraising activities. The Board will expect a candidate to have a demonstrated passion for the work of libraries; a thorough knowledge of current trends, technologies and “best practices” for library services; and a proven commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace

 

through personal example. Prior reporting to a governing Board, working in an urban library environment, and experience in a union and civil service environment are preferred.

 

 

 

Compensation. The starting salary range is $135,000 – $155,000 with placement dependent on qualifications. An attractive benefits package is also offered.

 

For further information, please visit Bradbury Miller Associates (http://www.bradburymiller.com/). Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and resume as Word or PDF attachments to Jobeth Bradbury, [email protected], on or before the closing date of April 18, 2021.

 

Library Director, Lexington, NE 

City:                                       Lexington, NE (pop. 10,230)

Department:                          Lexington Public Library

Salary Range:                       $51,797 - $66,650 per year

Status:                                   Full-time

Due to a retirement, the City of Lexington seeks a qualified person to manage our 19,000 square foot Lexington Public Library.  This is a beautiful 15-year-old facility in a growing, progressive city.  There are 4 full-time and 4 part-time employees.  Information on the facility and programming can be viewed at https://lexingtonlibrary.org/.  Minimum qualifications include Level III certification under Nebraska Library Commission accreditation, preferably Level IV or V certification (certification information found at http://nlc.nebraska.gov/CE/libcert.aspx?menu2).  The ideal candidate will have excellent communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills; working knowledge of computer networks; experience in online database searching; and knowledge of library policies and basic management practices.  Bi-lingual in English/Spanish is desirable, but not required.  Beginning salary is negotiable DOQ, with excellent benefits. 

Send a resume, cover letter, signed employment application (http://info.cityoflex.com/hr/lex_jobapp_2015.pdf) and 3 references to Library Director Search, c/o Pam Baruth, PO Box 70, Lexington, NE 68850; or email to [email protected].  Closing date is April 16, 2021.  EOE.  

 

Director of Youth Services, York County Libraries, PA

Where your story begins…  York County (PA) Libraries (YCL) (http://www.yorklibraries.org/) seeks an engaging and experienced advocate for children and young adults as its next Director of Youth Services. Working with strategic partners throughout York County, the Director of Youth Services will seek to lead and participate in community initiatives achieving the Library’s goals supporting teens, children, and families. Located in south-central Pennsylvania, York County is situated on the northern Maryland border, covers roughly 900 square miles, and serves a population of 437,846 residents with 13 full-service public libraries and two satellite locations. YCL is a federated library system comprised of eight branch and five member libraries with a combined operating budget of $9M.  YCL directly employs 109 staff at ten of its thirteen libraries and another 35 employees at its contract sites. More than 45% of York County residents hold library cards and annually borrow 1.5 million items. The YCL Youth Services team provides early literacy programs, free play areas, digital and online resources, and year-round activities for youth throughout the county, including 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, GOAL Grade One at the Library—an annual reading campaign for first graders, Sensory Story Times, the SummerQuest summer reading program, Library Tales for Tails therapy dog reading sessions and the award-winning program, Beyond Our Walls: Read Me a Story, which provides incarcerated individuals the option to record themselves reading a story to be shared with their children. YES: Youth Empowerment Summit, YCL’s annual countywide initiative focused on high school teens, highlights career planning and leadership building. Part of the Story inspires and captures compelling issues of our teen population through programs, workshops and facilitated group sessions. YCL is currently renovating and expanding three of its library facilities, creating dedicated spaces for teens and expanding children’s areas at all three locations. Quality delivery of youth services is a hallmark of the YCL mission.

 

Our Community. There is no better place to live than historic York County—nestled in the Susquehanna River Valley of South-Central Pennsylvania—York offers big-city amenities with small-town charm. While continuing to embrace its agricultural roots, the county also has evolved into a manufacturing and business hub. Major companies with roots in York County include Harley-Davidson, York Barbell, Voith Hydro, York International, Utz Quality Foods, Snyder’s of Hanover, and BAE Systems.  A bustling local economy has made York one of the fastest growing counties in Pennsylvania. York also has great schools, a low cost of living, quality health care and boundless entertainment opportunities. Since 2009, York has seen the emergence of cultural events and movements, art exhibits and shops, multiple music and performance venues, industrial street art, family events, children’s activities, “foodie” delights from festivals to underground restaurants, and more. York has become a place where you can have it all: a challenging and rewarding career, deep friendships, engaging social life, valuable education, family-friendly activities, and a great place to call home. York is only a short drive away from Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. For more information about YCL and the area, see YCL Links (https://www.bradburymiller.com/york2021links.htm).

 

Responsibilities. The Director of Youth Services (DYS) must have vision for planning innovative, diverse, and collaborative programs and services for YCL.  Demonstrating strategic agility, superior listening skills, ability to manage with ambiguity, flexibility to see opportunity in diverse situations, and political savvy to build strong relationships, the DYS works closely and collaboratively with key stakeholders and partners throughout the County serving as an advocate for children and young adults.  The Director also participates in the hiring, training, and supervising of all YCL youth services staff and is a key member of the Library’s leadership team. A focus on customer service is essential to the success of this position.

 

Qualifications. Minimum requirementsfor the position include an MLS degree from an ALA-accredited program, a minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in a library setting and three years of supervisory experience in a public library. Essential attributes and skills include: a comprehensive knowledge of current trends and practices in youth services; a demonstrated ability to plan, implement, and measure performance goals; and experience in both urban and rural library settings. Child Abuse clearance, Pennsylvania Criminal History check, FBI Criminal Record Check and Mandated Reporter Training are required.

 

For the complete description, visit York Director of Youth Services Position Description (https://www.bradburymiller.com/yorkjobdesc2021.pdf).

 

Compensation.  The starting salary range for the position is $75,000 - $85,000 (with placement dependent upon experience and qualifications) and an attractive benefits package.

 

For further information, contact Bradbury Miller Associates (https://www.bradburymiller.com/). Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and your resume as Word or pdf attachments to Karen Miller, [email protected]. This position closes April 18, 2021.

Deputy Library Director, Rohnert Park Headquarters, CA

Please find the reposting of DEPUTY LIBRARY DIRECTOR- ROHNERT PARK HEADQUARTERS 40 HOURS PER WEEK – FULL TIME (20088779) at: https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library/job-20088779

Library Director, DeWitt, IA 

The City of DeWitt, Iowa (5,322) is seeking a Library Director for the DeWitt Community Library http://www.dewitt.lib.ia.us/. The City is seeking candidates with a proven record of management and leadership.  BA degree in a relevant field is required; MA is preferred. Experience in a public library setting preferred. Iowa Public Library Director Certification is required within 2-years of hire.  Salary: $58K-$64K DOQ with excellent benefits.  Email cover letter, resume, salary history and 5 professional references to [email protected] City Administrator.  City of DeWitt application is required and can be downloaded at http://www.cityofdewittiowa.org/; applications, job description, and position profile can be requested by calling 563-659-3811 or by emailing [email protected].  Emailed applications are due by 5 p.m. Friday, March 12. EOE.

Community Learning Manager, Suffolk Public Library, Suffolk, VA

Regular Hours: 40 hours per week. May include evenings and weekends.

 

We are looking for someone to manage our Community Learning Department, coordinate events, classes and other learning opportunities both inside and outside of the libraries and help set the standard for community-centered library services as part of our Executive Team. Join the Suffolk Public Library, a municipal library system serving Suffolk, VA a 430 square mile city in SE Virginia.

 

Qualifications: Master’s degree in an ALA accredited program in Library Science or possession of Librarian’s Professional Certificate from the Commonwealth of Virginia State Library Board and 5 years professional experience in a library setting, including 2-3 years of administrative/supervisory responsibilities; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Requires a valid driver’s license.

 

Anticipated Hiring Range: $64,126 - $70,538 This position will close Thursday, March 18, 2021.

 

For further information go to: suffolkpubliclibrary.com/Careers

To apply go to: Library Manager (Community Learning) | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)

Library Director, Doniphan-Ripley County Library, Doniphan, MO

Regular Hours:   40 hours per week.  May include evenings and weekends.

 The Doniphan-Ripley County Library (a tax-supported city-county library) Board of Trustees seeks an energetic library director to manage and oversee the day to day operations of the Library.  The director must be a person of high integrity and capable of creating a vision for the library and possess the skills necessary to bring that vision into reality.   S/He must be detail-oriented, have clear communication skills, be comfortable with technology, have a working knowledge of library management systems, possess working knowledge of Microsoft Office and be willing to learn and teach staff and patrons.  

Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institution of higher education
  • Computer and internet experience
  • Clear communication skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Must be able to lift and carry 25 pounds
  • Must possess a current driver’s license
  • Previous library experience preferred

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain positive and productive working relationships with the library board, city/county officials and community leaders.
  • Manage accounts receivable and payable
  • Oversee daily operations, equipment and maintenance of the library
  • Perform administrative tasks including supervising employees and volunteers
  • Place material orders and oversee the processing and maintenance of materials
  • Prepares a yearly budget for board approval
  • Prepares yearly data collection reports
  • Oversee maintenance of Library’s website
  • Develop and promote the services and programs of the library
  • Seek grant funding opportunities for library programming and technology needs
  • Administer policies approved by the board and in compliance with state and federal law.
  • Complete the New Director Boot Camp from MO State Library and other training as necessary.   
  • Other duties as deemed necessary.

Benefits

Annually: 12 paid holidays/15 paid vacation days/10 paid sick leave days

Salary

$30,000 to $40,000 depending on experience

Applications

Applications may be emailed to [email protected]

or mailed to                      Director Search

                                             Doniphan-Ripley County Library

                                             207 Locust St

                                             Doniphan, MO  63935

 

Public Services Assistant, Darrington Library, WA

28-hr Public Services Assistant I

Sno-Isle Libraries

Pay range: $18.61 - $25.60 Hourly

Closing Date:  February 26, 2021 - 9:59 p.m. Pacific Time

This benefited part-time position will work 28-hours per week and may include morning, afternoon, evening, and Saturday hours. The Darrington Library is closed on Sundays. Successful candidate may be required to adapt to future schedule and location changes depending on library needs.

 

Job Summary

The Public Services Assistant I performs basic public service and library support tasks at one or more community libraries or Library on Wheels to contribute to their effective operation, providing library services, spaces, and resources that are representative of diverse cultures and perspectives, intentionally inclusive, and accessible to everyone.

Essential Functions

  1. Provide assistance at the library circulation desk, answers phones, checks library materials in and out, registers customers for library cards, and orders various library materials.
  2. Assist customers with self-checkout machines and answers questions in the hold areas.
  3. Return library materials to proper locations and supports circulation duties.
  4. Provide assistance to library customers with basic reference questions.
  5. Respond to technical services calls and assists with problems with the fax machines, public copiers, pay-for-print stations, vending machines, and printers.
  6. Submit and monitor technical reports for library technology service issues.
  7. Perform other public service and general clerical support tasks as assigned.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Prepare correspondences and reports.
  2. Train new staff as needed.
  3. Attend meetings, trainings, and workshops as assigned.
  4. Assist with special projects as required.
  5. Perform other duties as assigned.

Supervision

The position may report to the building Circulation Supervisor or to the Supervising PSA. Although direct supervision is not a normal part of this position's work, incumbents may be called on to provide task direction to Page staff and library volunteers in absence of a supervisor.

Core Library Competencies

  • Adaptability: Adjusts nimbly to obstacles or changing conditions to arrive at the desired goal.
  • Communication: Expresses self clearly, effectively, and compellingly in written, verbal, and nonverbal messages.
  • Customer Service: Builds and maintains responsive, effective relationships with internal and external customers.
  • Interpersonal: Accurately perceives others and the impact of one's own behavior to balance relationship and goal needs appropriately and positively in interactions.
  • Professionalism: Aligns behavior with the library's mission, values, and strategic focus in serving a diverse stakeholder community.
  • Valuing Diversity: Manages relationships with all people inclusively and equitably; conveys respect by valuing and encouraging the unique dimension each employee adds to the organization and each member of the community brings to the whole. Demonstrates an ongoing commitment to expand one's own awareness, knowledge, and skills of others' cultures, beliefs, identities, languages, interpersonal styles, and behaviors.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Knowledge of established practices and procedures for an integrated library system (ILS).
  2. Knowledge of Library District's policies and procedures.
  3. Strong customer service and communication skills.
  4. Strong organization and attention to detail.
  5. Ability to work independently and to set priorities.
  6. Ability to handle and resolve disruptive behavior effectively.
  7. Ability to communicate, write, and understand English clearly and concisely.
  8. Ability to work cooperatively and maintain effective interpersonal skills with the public and co-workers.
  9. Ability to operate relevant computer systems including hardware and software, such as word processing, database, and spreadsheet software, e-mail, and internet navigation in addition to other office equipment and security systems.

Education and Experience

  1. High School diploma or G.E.D. required. Two years of college level education preferred.
  2. These skills and abilities typically are acquired through completion of secondary school or equivalent together with several months in a public service environment.
  3. Experience in public services work in a library or an organization where public service is provided in intellectual or educational services preferred.

 

Physical and Environmental Conditions

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a staff member to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent is required to: see, talk and hear; sit, stand and walk; twist and bend; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb and/or balance. An incumbent must occasionally lift and/or move objects or materials weighing up to 35 pounds. Incumbents may be required to push or pull carts of books and other materials and frequently stand for extended periods of time. Specific vision abilities include close vision.

The following supplemental questions will be asked during the application process for this position:

  1. Provide one or two detailed examples of your experience providing direct customer service in a library or public service environment.
  2. Provide an example of your experience using an integrated library computer system.
  3. Provide one example providing technical assistance to customers such as helping with a fax machine, copier or any other equipment.
  4. Provide one example of a time you had to use good organizational skills and had to pay attention to a lot of details.
  5. Describe one example using each of the following computer software: 1. MS Word, 2. Email and 3. Internet Navigation.

The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. This and all Sno-Isle Libraries' positions are subject to transfer.

Applications accepted online at https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=45754&clientkey=7DCA7393E0FCBDDD24786ED549B71F9E

Children's Services Librarian, Sonoma County Library, Multiple Locations, CA

 

Do find joy in bringing library service to the community through innovative programs and outreach?  Are you most at home in dynamic, busy library spaces where you can use your librarian skills to present storytimes and STEM programs, help community members access technology, and communicate all the library has to offer?  If this sounds like you, we are seeking Children’s Services Librarians to be part of our team for the following locations: Central Santa Rosa Library, Petaluma Regional Library and Windsor Regional Library. Spanish Bilingual Skills are preferred.  Please complete the required supplemental questionnaire as part of the application process.

 

THE POSITION:

Please see the attached job specifications for full details about this position.

 

TYPICAL TASKS include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide excellent customer service to all members of the community.
  • Deliver innovative children’s programming such as storytimes, STEM programs, music and movement, book clubs, and more.
  • Field questions at the service desk from patrons of all ages, and provide accurate, efficient and courteous responses to reference, reader’s advisory, and patron account inquiries.
  • Employ curiosity and empathy as you help community members develop digital literacy skills.
  • Perform collection maintenance work such as weeding and identifying items in need of replacement, and collaborating with the Collection Development team to ensure the collection is relevant, current, represents the community, and serves both the entertainment and education needs of the community. 
  • Work alongside other branch staff to maintain a safe and welcoming space, through explaining library policies and procedures consistently to patrons and fellow staff, and through proactively dealing with issues as they arise.
  • Create fun and informative social media content to reach and engage with our digital audience.  Craft press releases and other pieces to support the work of the Library’s Marketing Committee and communications staff in promoting library programs and services to the community.
  • Be an active and vital part of the highly collaborative part of the Youth Services team and support and be supported by fellow staff throughout the organization.
  • If hired at the Librarian II level, the librarian will perform these tasks and will also provide leadership to other staff in accomplishing these, and may also serve as Person-In-Charge when the Branch Manager is absent. 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates may be hired at either the Librarian I or Librarian II levels, and those hired at level I will have the opportunity to advance as they progress in their career at SCL. 

 

Education and Experience: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or university. The Librarian II requires two years of appropriate professional experience working as a professional librarian, preferably in a public library. Must have a valid California driver’s license. Spanish Bilingual skills are preferred.

SALARY RANGES:            Librarian I -   $31.78/hour to $39.68/hour

                                           Librarian II - $33.37/hour to $41.68/hour

CLOSING DATE:                5:00 pm, Wednesday, February 24, 2021

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Please go to https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library

to apply.  Applications must be complete and submitted by the final filing date in order to be considered.  Resumes will not substitute for a completed application.

https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library/job-20081158 

Library Director, McCracken Public Library, Paducah, KY

Join a vibrant community, Library and team as the next Director of the McCracken County Public Library (https://www.mclib.net/)!  The successful candidate will provide exceptional service to the lifelong, devoted residents of this bustling, innovative river arts community which was designated a UNESCO Creative City in 2013. The Library provides current, high-demand, high-interest resources and continually seeks new creative ways of service in a world that continues to change. Headquartered in Paducah, Kentucky—a historic river town at the confluence on the Ohio and Tennessee rivers—the Library Board of Trustees seeks a talented and committed Director to lead a dedicated staff in developing and maintaining excellent library services and programs as a vital part of this historic River Town. The Library serves a county population of 65,418 from a 33,000 sq. ft. facility in the downtown area and 24x7 services through its digital content. The Director will be a vital contributor to the community and serve as the “face of the Library” participating in collaborative partnerships which includes the recently launched partnership with Sprocket, Inc. to develop a business incubator space creating new job opportunities in McCracken County.

 

As the County seat of McCracken County, Paducah is the largest town in the Purchase Area of the State. The combination of southern charm and hospitality that originated with Paducah’s founding in 1827 is still alive and well—blending a rich history with a stable economy, healthy business climate, and outstanding schools and neighborhoods. Paducah is an excellent place to call home. It boasts a thriving arts and entertainment community—theaters and museums to parks and sporting events—it has something for everyone. The National Quilt Museum draws large crowds of devotees and visitors from around the world and the Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center surpasses any existing entertainment venue in the area. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate Paducah’s excellent location—three state parks are within a 45-minute drive and all offer scenic shores, challenging golf courses, beach areas, and fully equipped marinas. Additional information about the community, the Library and the position can be found at McCracken Library Links (https://www.bradburymiller.com/McCrackenlinks.htm).  

 

Responsibilities. The Director reports to a five-member Library Board—appointed by the County—and works closely with the community, the County, its citizens and staff to develop, implement and promote library services. Challenges and opportunities include expanding the Library System’s visibility in the community; expanding collaborative partnerships; promoting the Library’s mission and goals; evaluating and maintaining the library’s facility; fostering a team environment through coaching and leadership development skills; being a good listener/responsive to needs & concerns of staff, customers, and community; and developing alternative strategies for enhancing the library’s $3.2 million annual budget.

Qualifications.  Minimum qualifications are a master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited program and five years of progressively responsible library experience—including two years of experience in an administrative capacity managing professional staff and programs.  Essential attributes include a strong understanding and ability to articulate the public library’s vision, mission and values to the community; collaboration and consensus-building skills; facilities maintenance and space planning experience; excellent interpersonal and team-building skills; a history of responsiveness to staff, customer and community needs and concerns; sound fiscal management skills; and a thorough knowledge of current trends and “best practices” for library service. Successful experience working with a governing board and collaborating with elected officials is highly desirable.

 Compensation. The starting salary range is $80,000 – $95,000 (with placement dependent upon experience and qualifications) and an attractive benefits package.

Contact  Bradbury Miller Associates (https://www.bradburymiller.com/) via email or phone for more information. To start the application process, send a meaningful cover letter and your resume as Word or pdf attachments to Jobeth Bradbury, [email protected]. This position closes March 28, 2021.

BRADBURY MILLER ASSOCIATES 
CANTON, OH 44709

NEVADA STATE LIBRARY, ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR, Carson City, Nevada

The Department of Administration is seeking qualified candidates for the Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records (NSLAPR) Administrator position. This is an unclassified, at-will, full-time exempt position that serves at the pleasure of the Director of Administration. RECRUITMENT OPEN TO: Open to all qualified applicants. Resumes will be accepted on a first come, first served basis until the position is filled. Hiring may occur at any time. The position is appointed by and serves at the pleasure and sole discretion of the Director. THE OPPORTUNITY AND MISSION: The mission of the Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records Division is to preserve the records that document the history of Nevada State government dating back to 1851. It has custody over the historical records of the territory and state as defined in state statute, representing the three branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. The Nevada State Library is primarily focused on providing internal support to State of Nevada agencies and employees, and serves Nevada’s academic, school, public, and special libraries as well as residents of the Silver State.The Library has a vast collection of resource material which is frequently used in education, scholarly research, and business. The Nevada State Records section serves as the primary records management resource for the State of Nevada and provides professional consultation and leadership on records management issues to state agencies and local governments. The Records staff creates, and revises records retention schedules and teaches records management best practices to ensure that state government agencies remain efficient and transparent. The Nevada State Mail Services program provides mail pickup and delivery services to most state agencies, as well as large-scale production mailings for varied customers.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: • Administering the Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records in accordance with State and Federal law, regulation, policy and standard library information science, records management, and archival practices. • Providing management oversight to the Mail Services program to ensure on-time mail delivery, on-time production of large bulk mail jobs, and proper maintenance and replacement of mailing equipment, as well as staff training and continuity NEVADA STATE LIBRARY, ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR January 4, 2020 Page 2 of 3 • Planning, organizing, and directing statewide programs, services and activities provided by NSLAPR such as the statewide program of development and coordination of library and information services, the U.S. Bureau of the Census, State Data Center programs, the State records management program, the preservation of State public records, and administers State and Federal funding for local libraries, etc. • Taking responsibility for working with the Administrative Services Division to prepare the division’s biennial budget, present it to the Legislature, and oversee its implementation and monitoring. • Serving on and/or coordinating the activities of numerous boards, committees, councils and associations related to library and archives activities • Testifying regarding Division activities before public bodies including the Nevada Legislature, the Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee, the Board of Examiners, and the Board of Finance • Directing the activities of the NSLAPR and its employees, including the development and implementation of policy, procedures and standards as well as working with supervisors and managers to issue evaluations, work performance standards and disciplinary actions • Establishing, evaluating and monitoring division goals, objectives and performance indicators

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Graduation from a library school accredited by the American Library Association OR • Certification by the Academy of Certified Archivists AND • 5 years of library or archival experience in an administrative capacity PEFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate for this position will have extensive experience with leadership in a public agency and be well versed in administrative rules and regulations. They will have experience speaking before public bodies and elected officials and a proven ability to communicate complex issues in a clear and understandable manner. They will demonstrate intimate familiarity with all aspects of library and archival science as well as public records. An advanced degree in library science or archival science may be given additional weight in the application review process. Nevada seeks a skilled and experienced Administrator capable of managing multiple complex programs and ability to improve organizational performance and develop workforce capabilities through leadership, team building, problem solving, and innovation.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: The salary range for the Administrator of NSLAPR is up to $110,211 (employee/employer-paid retirement plan). Medical, dental, vision care, life and disability insurance programs are available; eleven paid holidays per year; three weeks of annual leave; three weeks of sick leave; state defined benefit retirement plan; tax-sheltered deferred compensation plan available. State employees do not contribute to Social Security; however, a small Medicare deduction is required. Long-term NEVADA STATE LIBRARY, ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR January 4, 2020 Page 3 of 3 employees enjoy additional benefits. For additional information, please visit the Division of Human Resource Management of the Department of Administration, the Nevada Public Employees Benefits Program, and the Public Employees Retirement System of Nevada. Application materials will be accepted until recruitment needs are satisfied. TO APPLY: Submit resume, cover letter and three professional references to: Genevieve Hudson, Personnel Officer III Department of Administration, Division of Human Resource Management Agency HR Services 400 West King Street, Suite 406 Carson City, NV 89703 Email: [email protected] and [email protected] Phone: (775) 684-0247 Please reference NSLAPR Administrator in the subject line. In your cover letter, please indicate how you heard about the position. If you heard about this position through a website, please specify which website.

Director, Tracy Memorial Library, New London, NH

The Tracy Memorial Library seeks a director who is committed to building connections with the community, staff, and stakeholders of New London, NH. The successful candidate will be the “face of the Library”—a forward-facing and vital participant in the New London community bringing new services and programs to town residents. Ready to enhance the Library’s role in a world that continues to change, the director will report to a seven-member elected governing Board and work collaboratively with the library staff, the Friends of the Library, community partners, and the Town of New London to provide essential library programs to its 4,600 residents. Supported by a $600,000 municipal appropriation, the Library is proud of its many services including homebound delivery, digital offerings, a public meeting room, museum passes, and the Tracy Little Free Library at Bucklin Beach. The community also enjoys the Garden at Tracy Library—an Olmstead-designed garden. The garden was completed in 1926 and restored in 2002 with community and financial support. Jane Tracy’s vision of a garden enjoyed by all lives on through the help of generous donors and hardworking volunteers. Key opportunities are working with the New London community to develop and implement new library services and programs, developing and implementing a strategic vision responding to community needs and wishes, and continuing to update, renovate, and maintain the Library facility.

Our Community. The Town of New London is in the beautiful Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire. It offers four seasons of unique retail, fine dining, and entertainment. Springtime is best for trail exploring; summer brings band concerts, festivals, fairs and parades; fall brings autumn foliage; and winter activities include skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. Attractions include the Town Common—a lovely place to sit and relax, Main Street—small shops, casual eateries, theater, and historic buildings, the Bob Andrews Memorial Ice Rink, and Sunapee Lake with its wide variety of outdoor activities. New London students attend the Kearsarge Regional School District serving seven communities. For more information about the Library and the Town of New London, visit New London Links.

 Responsibilities. The Library Director (a full-time position) formulates and oversees implementation of library goals, policy recommendations, procedures, programs, and projects in accordance with policies established by the Library Board of Trustees. Providing vision, direction, and leadership, the Director is responsible for, but not limited to, the delivery of library services; oversight of human resources; development and presentation of the annual budget; coordination of collaborative, strong relationships with the Library Board and the Friends of the Library; and a continued knowledge and interest of current trends in public libraries. For full responsibilities and functions, visit Tracy Memorial Library Director Position Description.

 Qualifications. Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited program and five years of supervisory and managerial library experience. Essential attributes include personal integrity, demonstrated skill and experience with budgeting, excellent interpersonal and consensus-building skills, a focus on creating a culture of trust and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders and a demonstrated ability to provide leadership throughout the Library. The director should possess demonstrable communication skills collaborating with the library, its staff and stakeholders and the community. A sense of curiosity, creativity, and innovation; a thorough knowledge of current trends, technologies and “best practices” for libraries; the ability to blend tradition with change; and prior successful experience reporting to a governing Board are desirable attributes and qualifications for the next Tracy Memorial Library director.

Compensation. The hiring salary range is $75,000-85,000 (with placement negotiable dependent on experience and qualifications), and an attractive fringe benefits package.

For further information, contact Bradbury Miller Associates. Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and your resume as Word or pdf attachments to Jobeth Bradbury. This position closes February 28, 2021.

Library Director, Paola Free Library, KS 

The City of Paola is located 18 miles south of Olathe, Kansas and the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan area.  The library serves a combined city and rural population of 10,000.  This position will oversee the daily operation of the Library and exercising authority with regards to personnel, financial management, strategic planning, library automation and expanding information technologies, building facilities, purchasing, collection and development and community/public relations.  The Director administers all aspects of library service with a high level of independent responsibility and accountability in accordance with the professional ethics of intellectual freedom and the Library Bill of Rights.  The Director works closely with the Board on the budget and control of funds.

Candidate Requirements:   Candidates for the position should possess demonstrated leadership skills, high integrity, and proven success in problem-solving policing methods, data-driven methodologies and department level financial management. The Candidate must have the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with Library Board, Library Employees, City Department Heads, City Staff and the general public.  The Candidate must be proficient in personal computers and other social media devices and possess an interest and willingness to learn emerging media technologies. 

Education/Experience Requirements:  Candidate must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and MLS degree from an accredited school of library science. The hiring committee will consider applicants currently enrolled in an accredited MLS program.

Candidates must also have a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in a public or school library.

Employment Requirements:  Candidates will be subject to a complete background investigation.  Incomplete, inaccurate and/or failure to report information will cause applicant rejection from consideration.  Candidates must take and pass a pre-employment drug screening and physical examination.  Candidates must have a valid driver’s license or the ability to attain one.

Application Process:  Applications  should be accompanied by a concise resume and a cover letter.  Application packets should be submitted to:

Vicki Belt, HR Director, City of Paola, 19 E. Peoria, Paola, KS  66071 or [email protected].

The position will remain open until filled, but the application review process will start no later than Feb. 3rd, 2021.

EOE

Full-Time Library Associate, Camano Island, WA

Pay Range: $26.30 - $36.04 Hourly
Hours per week: 40

Closing Date:  January 25, 2021 - 9:59 p.m. Pacific Time

Job Summary

Perform skilled paraprofessional library support services to contribute to the Library District's effective operation.

 

This position may include morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend hours including Sundays. Successful candidate may be required to adapt to future schedule and location changes depending on library needs.

Essential Functions

  1. Provide general, basic reference and information service by: assisting customers in the use of library facilities, equipment, resources, and services. Refer complex readers' advisory and reference questions to a Librarian or appropriate staff member.
  2. Provide courteous and efficient customer service by performing circulation desk tasks.
  3. Create and present programming for all customer groups as assigned.
  4. Develop program materials, including reading lists, promotional displays, and presentation materials.
  5. Provide training to customers in basic library skills including the use of public computers, catalog and reference computers, Internet, and devices.
  6. Assist customers in resolving technical problems or issues. Maintain and troubleshoot equipment utilized in a community library.
  7. Perform other library support services including opening and closing buildings and assisting in maintaining the library in neat, clean, and orderly condition.
  8. Perform collection maintenance activities through the use of reports and data, to include weeding the collection for condition as well as reallocation of library materials.
  9. May be designated in charge of the community library in the absence of other supervisory staff or building manager.

Education and Experience

  1. These skills and abilities typically are acquired through a combination of training and experience including a college-level education or specialized training such as library science, presenting programs or other profession-based subject areas.
  2. Three years of experience providing customer service in a library or public service environment is required.

For more details or to apply, please visit https://www.sno-isle.org/employment.

TOMPKINS COUNTY LIBRARY DIRECTOR, Ithaca, NY

125 E. Court Street Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 274-5526

TITLE: LIBRARY DIRECTOR IV

EXAM NO: 68079

SALARY: Salary Range: $95,000 - $125,000 Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

-Graduation from an ALA Accredited school or program with a graduate degree in library or information studies AND possession of, or eligibility for, a New York State Public Librarian’s Professional Certificate AND eight years of satisfactory professional library experience in a library of recognized standing, two years of which must have been in an administrative capacity.

- Administrative experience shall include but not be limited to at least two activities such as institutional planning, organizing, budgeting, communicating or any other experience that would be considered qualifying as determined by the Commissioner of Personnel.

-Tompkins County is Committed to Equity and Inclusion. We encourage those with similar values to apply.

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

-This is a professional leadership position under the general direction of the Board of Trustees. The Library Director has overall responsibility for carrying out the goals and objectives of the Tompkins County Public Library and for supervising its professional librarians and support staff. This responsibility includes the management of annual and long range planning, service delivery, comprehensive programs, government relations, public and community relations, physical facilities, fiscal affairs, resource development, personnel and labor relations, and compliance with all laws and regulations. The incumbent also ensures that the library goals and objectives reflect the library’s strategic plan, including its mission statement and the needs of populations to be served, and that these goals and objectives are communicated to the library’s public. The incumbent performs all related duties as required.

TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:

-Develops, implements, and periodically evaluates a multi-year strategic plan which addresses the library’s mission and strategic direction;

-Develops and reviews annually a plan for the delivery of programs and services which matches the resources of the library with the goals and objectives in the strategic plan;

-Directs and holds accountable the senior staff to achieve the financial and program objectives in the plan;

-Provides for sound fiscal management of the library, develops an annual operating and capital budget for consideration by the Board of Trustees, and manages expenses in relation to established goals;

-In cooperation with the Tompkins County Public Library Foundation and the Friends of the Tompkins County Public Library, coordinates efforts to secure maximum available revenue through government and private funding grants and fund raising;

-Is accountable to the Board of Trustees through its designated officers and committee chairs, recommending policies and procedures to the Board as appropriate;

-Attends meetings of the Board and its Committees and informs the Board of significant fiscal, program, personnel and other management matters;

-Prepares reports and other information pertinent to decision making requirements of the Board -regarding policy and other related activities;

-Assists with orientation of new Board trustees;

-Promotes effective public and community relations with funders, library users, media representatives, and the community;

-Promotes effective relations with the Tompkins County Public Library Foundation and the Friends of the Tompkins County Public Library;

-Directs a coordinated approach to the development of the library’s image;

-Serves as the primary representative and spokesperson of the library;

-Directs the formulation, interpretation and administration of the personnel policies and practices for the library, within the context of the Civil Service Law, rules and regulations and negotiated labor-management agreements;

-Recruits, hires, supervises and evaluates the performance of staff directly supervised, provides appropriate disciplinary action, when necessary, and oversees these activities for all other staff;

-Establishes a warm friendly atmosphere that welcomes diversity in all ways;

-Develops and maintains a positive and progressive staff development program for all staff;

-Cultivates a positive labor-management environment;

-Develops a close working relationship with local, state and national elected officials;

-Demonstrates a sense of humor combined with customer service attitude and skills;

-Creates a positive work environment for all staff and volunteers and provides a welcoming atmosphere for library patrons.

FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:

-Comprehensive knowledge of issues facing libraries today as well as modern library services, programs and administrative practices;

-Thorough knowledge of budgeting and financial management practices;

-Thorough knowledge of applications of computer technology to library operations, budgets, services and programs;

-Ability to draft, propose, administer, evaluate and revise library policies;

-Ability to provide for an effective staff development and training program for all library staff and volunteers;

-Ability to plan, lay out and coordinate the work of all library departments, delegating responsibility when appropriate;

-Ability to work effectively with national, state and local leaders, particularly the elected officials and leaders of Tompkins County;

-Ability to evaluate situations, interact with people easily and participate effectively in the cultural and intellectual activities of the community;

-Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely both orally and in writing;

-Initiative in making constructive suggestions for improvements in services and book collections; Tact, courtesy, and good judgment; and The employee’s physical condition shall be commensurate with demands of the position.

Six Mile Regional Library District: Full Time Research and Instruction Librarian (2 positions)

Are you a self-starter who enjoys helping people? Do you have experience providing research services and planning programs in a public library that embraces change? If so, you might be just the person for us. We want friendly, confident, energetic, and highly motivated individuals with superb customer service skills and great technical and interpersonal skills to join our SMRLD team. Both positions include participation, involvement, and engagement with community groups, partnerships, organizations, boards, and committees. Both positions also include collection development. One of the positions has an emphasis on working with and outreach to teens - middle school through high school. Qualifications include a Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited university and a minimum of two years of reference experience at a public library after receiving the MLS. Preference to applicants fluent in more than one language. The teen outreach position preference includes demonstrated experience in teen services; ability to identify and participate in programs and services for teens; and developing and maintaining effective relationships with schools, community groups, agencies, and non-profits that target teens in order to plan and deliver programs and services that meet local teen needs and interests. The Full Time Research and Instruction Librarian will work 40 hours a week Please submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected], our priority deadline for resumes is February 1, 2021. More information available at https://www.smrld.org/about/employment-2/ The Six Mile Regional Library District is located in Granite City, Illinois and truly is six miles from St. Louis, Missouri. Because of our close proximity, we enjoy easy access to a world-class zoo, arts, sports, universities, natural history, healthcare, and more.

 

Southeast Kansas Library System and Iola Public Library, KS

 

Public Library/Regional System Director

 

Lead a dynamic and thriving public library and regional library system in Southeast Kansas. Capable and experienced librarians are invited to pursue this unusual opportunity to serve as the new director of both the Iola Public Library and the fifteen-county multitype Southeast Kansas Library System. The director will continue and enhance existing services, and partner with the community and with member libraries to explore new and innovative directions. The successful candidate will develop relationships, foster strong service oriented teams, and demonstrate effective management and interpersonal skills at the local and regional levels. A strong commitment to service and the ability to build strong relationships in forming a vision for the future are essential. Active legislative advocacy and participation in statewide library programs and organizations are required.

 

The Library and Regional System: The Iola Public Library is a thriving and progressive community library with a budget of $300,000 offering strong collections, excellent Internet access, a commitment to customer service and strong community partnerships. The Southeast Kansas Library System (SEKLS), with headquarters in the Iola Public Library, is one of the seven Kansas regional library systems. Serving over 100 member libraries with a budget of $1.9 million (primarily from local property taxes), SEKLS provides a broad range of innovative services to its member libraries, including financial grant programs, a shared open source library catalog with 47 participating libraries, participation in the statewide materials delivery service, and consulting and training support.

 

The Community and Region: Iola is a community of 5,300 providing quality rural living just 95 miles south of Kansas City, and within two hours of five metropolitan areas and the Ozark Mountain scenic region. Iola has well developed recreation, education, arts and health resources, including a community college, an excellent school system, a community theater and a fine arts center, a new regional hospital, parks and extensive trail systems. Southeast Kansas is a rural fifteen-county area with a state university, six community colleges, and a diverse range of small and medium size public libraries.

 

Responsibilities: The Director will serve as chief executive of both the Iola Public Library and the Southeast Kansas Library System (SEKLS), reporting to the Iola Public Library Board and the SEKLS System Board and a nine member executive board. In addition the Director is responsible to the State Library of Kansas Board for approval of annual budgets and service plans. The Director will develop and manage annual budgets, lead planning and implementation of programs and services to meet goals, supervise and motivate library and system staff to deliver services that meet the needs of library users and member libraries.

 

Qualifications: Minimum requirements include a Masters Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited program, and a minimum of five years relevant experience, including at least two years experience in an administrative position. Essential personal qualities are leadership initiative, ability to work in a constructive and cooperative manner with a diverse range of personnel, governing bodies, colleagues and member institutions and government officials. The Library Director, through responsiveness, understanding, and energy will motivate an outstanding team of board, staff and member libraries to position the library and system at the forefront of library service. Experience with both public libraries and library cooperatives, and working with a board or boards, is preferred.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Compensation: $80,000 – 85,000 annually, dependent upon qualifications, with an attractive benefits package.

 

Further Information: contact Jim Minges at Minges & Associates. Apply via email with a cover letter and resume as Word or PDF attachments to [email protected] . This Position will close February 21, 2021.


Branch Manager, Roseland Regional Library, Sonoma County, CA

Do you believe in collaborating with a committed group of coworkers and community partners in
working towards racial equity? Do you thrive in a busy, vibrant environment serving community
members of all ages? Do you enjoy developing and supporting staff to be joyful, fulfilled, and of
service to the community? Is meaningful customer service a core value of yours?
If this sounds like you, we would love to have you part of the Sonoma County Library team as we
move into a newly renovated library building in the heart of Santa Rosa’s Roseland neighborhood, set
to open in early 2021. The Roseland neighborhood is nestled west of downtown Santa Rosa and is
home to a growing Latinx community and one of the most diverse student populations in the county.
This area is experiencing revitalization and development through the tireless work of strong grassroots
community organizations and the city of Santa Rosa, and the ideal candidate will build upon existing
partnerships and thrive in developing new ones. Our ideal candidate is fully fluent in spoken and
written Spanish and will strive for equity in the service they provide to the community, within our
organization, and is an excellent collaborator, communicator and problem solver. Please visit
https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/roseland-community-library/about-roseland-regional-library to
learn more about our new location!
The Sonoma County Library understands that the work of confronting racism, bias and other forms of
prejudice and discrimination is ongoing and requires input from staff and the community we serve.
The ideal candidate will be an active part of the Library’s Latinx Advocacy Committee and will have
the opportunity to be part of other teams and task forces as they arise. The Latinx Advocacy
Committee meets monthly and is an opportunity for branch staff throughout the entire library system to
support one another, share and strategize ideas and best practices, and relay concerns relating to serving
the needs of the Latinx communities. The LAC also provides recommendations to the Library’s
administration. To find out more, go to https://sonomalibrary.org/blogs/news/library-statement-onracial-
equity and https://sonomalibrary.org/about-us/library-commission-adopts-statement-ofinclusivity.
Please fill out supplemental questionnaire.
THE POSITION:
Please see the attached job specifications for full details about this position for the Sonoma Valley
Regional Library.
Under the general supervision of the Public Services Division Manager, the Branch Manager provides
excellent customer service, directs the day-to-day operations and activities of a regional branch library;
evaluates the effectiveness of programs and services; develops related goals and objectives; supervises
and coordinates staff and activities; provides professional library services including reference, readers’
advisory, collection development, and cataloging; and performs related duties as required.
www.sonomalibrary.org
TYPICAL TASKS include, but are not limited to:
 Manages the day-to-day operations of a branch library including staff, materials, and facilities
 Schedules, trains, supervises and evaluates professional and support staff
 Oversees or participates in the recruitment, training and scheduling of volunteers
 Directs and coordinates activities of a branch library in conjunction with system policies and
regulations
 Makes budget recommendations and monitors the branch library budget
 Participates in promotional and public relations tasks, such as creating interest in library
services, and creating and implementing strategies for improving awareness of library services
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library
Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or
university and five (5) years of experience as a professional librarian, including two (2) years at a lead,
supervisory, or managerial level. Spanish Bilingual Preferred.
Licenses and Certifications:
Must possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver License.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of:
 Principles and practices of library policies, program planning and implementation, systems
development, and library operational trends and practices
 Principles, practices, procedures, techniques, and materials of professional library work,
including library reference, collection development, and other professional library services
 Principles of supervision and training, including work planning, assignment, performance
review, discipline, and the training of staff in work procedures
 Current and new technologies and electronic resources related to library services
 Sound budgetary practices and development, monitoring, and implementation of a program
budget
Ability to:
 Assist in developing goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards, and to oversee
and coordinate library collection development and management activities
 Supervise, train, motivate, and evaluate staff
 Identify the needs of the public and develop, implement, and manage assigned programs,
service areas, policies, procedures, and/or material collections
 Work closely and effectively with public officials, community groups, staff, volunteers, Library
Advisory Boards, Friends of the Library, and the general public
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 Use computer and other technology, including software, hardware, and the Internet sufficient to
be able to assist customers, conduct research, prepare reports, and use email and other
communications technologies
SALARY RANGES: $86,361.60 to $107,827.20 annually plus benefits
CLOSING DATE: 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 29, 2020
APPLICATION PROCESS: Please go to https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library
to apply. Applications must be complete and submitted by the final filing date in order to be
considered. Resumes will not substitute for a completed application.
The application process may contain one or more of the following steps: a supplemental application,
written test(s), skills assessment(s), and/or oral examination(s).
RECRUITING PROTOCOL IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS COVID-19:
Pursuant to California Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, and
all applicable COVID 19 Shelter in Place Orders issued by the Sonoma County Health Officer, the
recruiting process including interviews, testing, etc. will be held via teleconference or online, if
possible, unless changes occur in the state and/or county health order.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION: Sonoma County Library will make reasonable
accommodations in the recruitment process to accommodate applicants with disabilities. If you are
invited to participate in an examination or interview and have a disability for which you require an
accommodation, please contact the Human Resources Department at (707) 545-0831 extension 1591 or
[email protected] as soon as possible to make arrangements for your accommodation.
Requesting accommodations at least 3 working/business days before the scheduled event will help to
ensure availability. For further information regarding disability accommodations provided by the
Library and related matters, see the Library’s website at https://sonomalibrary.org/accessibility.
Sonoma County Library values diversity, empowerment, community, unity, kindness, connection, and
equity. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in the recruiting and hiring of staff.

Children's Services, Librarian, Roseland Regional Library, Sonoma County, CA

Do find joy in bringing library service to the community through innovative programs and outreach? Are you
most at home in dynamic, busy library spaces where you can use your Spanish language skills to present
storytimes and STEM programs, help community members access technology, and communicate all the library
has to offer? Do you believe in collaborating with committed group of coworkers and community partners to
work towards equity in the organization, and in the services the library provides to our entire community?
If this sounds like you, we would love to have you part of the Sonoma County Library team as we move into a
newly renovated library building in the heart of Santa Rosa’s Roseland neighborhood, set to open in early 2021.
The Roseland neighborhood is nestled west of downtown Santa Rosa and is home to a growing Latinx
community and one of the most diverse student populations in the county. This area is experiencing
revitalization and development through the tireless work of strong grassroots community organizations and the
city of Santa Rosa, and the ideal candidate will build upon existing partnerships and thrive in developing new
ones. Our ideal candidate is fully fluent in spoken and written Spanish and will strive for equity in the service
they provide to the community, within our organization, and is an excellent collaborator, communicator and
problem solver. Please visit https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/roseland-community-library/about-roselandregional-
library to learn more about our new location!
The Sonoma County Library understands that the work of confronting racism, bias and other forms of prejudice
and discrimination is ongoing and requires input from staff and the community we serve. The ideal candidate
will be an active part of the Library’s Latinx Advocacy Committee and will have the opportunity to be part of
other teams and task forces as they arise. The Latinx Advocacy Committee meets monthly and is an
opportunity for branch staff throughout the entire library system to support one another, share and strategize
ideas and best practices, and relay concerns relating to serving the needs of the Latinx communities. The LAC
also provides recommendations to the Library’s administration. To find out more, go to
https://sonomalibrary.org/blogs/news/library-statement-on-racial-equity and https://sonomalibrary.org/aboutus/
library-commission-adopts-statement-of-inclusivity. Please fill out supplemental questionnaire.
THE POSITION:
Please see the attached job specifications for full details about this position.
TYPICAL TASKS include, but are not limited to:
 Provide excellent customer service to all members of the community.
 Deliver innovative children’s programming such as storytimes, STEM programs, music and movement,
book clubs, and more.
 Field questions at the service desk from patrons of all ages, and provide accurate, efficient and courteous
responses to reference, reader’s advisory, and patron account inquiries.
www.sonomalibrary.org
 Employ curiosity and empathy as you help community members develop digital literacy skills.
 Perform collection maintenance work such as weeding and identifying items in need of replacement, and
collaborating with the Collection Development team to ensure the collection is relevant, current,
represents the community, and serves both the entertainment and education needs of the community.
 Work alongside other branch staff to maintain a safe and welcoming space, through explaining library
policies and procedures consistently to patrons and fellow staff, and through proactively dealing with
issues as they arise.
 Create fun and informative social media content to reach and engage with our digital audience. Craft
press releases and other pieces to support the work of the Library’s Marketing Committee and
communications staff in promoting library programs and services to the community.
 Be an active and vital part of the highly collaborative part of the Youth Services team and support and
be supported by fellow staff throughout the organization.
 If hired at the Librarian II level, the librarian will perform these tasks and will also provide leadership to
other staff in accomplishing these, and will also serve as Person-In-Charge when the Branch Manager is
absent.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates may be hired at either the Librarian I or Librarian II levels, and those hired at level I will have the
opportunity to advance as they progress in their career at SCL.
Education and Experience: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library
Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or
university. The Librarian II requires two years of appropriate professional experience working as a
professional librarian, preferably in a public library. Must have a valid California driver’s license.
Spanish Bilingual Preferred. 40 hours per week -- Full time.
SALARY RANGES: Librarian I - $30.85/hour to $38.52/hour
Librarian II - $32.40/hour to $40.46/hour
CLOSING DATE: 5:00 pm, Monday, December 28, 2020
APPLICATION PROCESS: Please go to https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library
to apply. Applications must be complete and submitted by the final filing date in order to be considered.
Resumes will not substitute for a completed application.
The application process may contain one or more of the following steps: a supplemental application, written
test(s), skills assessment(s), and/or oral examination(s).
RECRUITING PROTOCOL IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS COVID-19:
Pursuant to California Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, and all
applicable COVID 19 Shelter in Place Orders issued by the Sonoma County Health Officer, the recruiting 

process including interviews, testing, etc. will be held via teleconference or online, if possible, unless changes
occur in the state and/or county health order.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION: Sonoma County Library will make reasonable accommodations in
the recruitment process to accommodate applicants with disabilities. If you are invited to participate in an
examination or interview and have a disability for which you require an accommodation, please contact the
Human Resources Department at (707) 545-0831 extension 1591 or [email protected] as soon as
possible to make arrangements for your accommodation. Requesting accommodations at least 3
working/business days before the scheduled event will help to ensure availability. For further information
regarding disability accommodations provided by the Library and related matters, see the Library’s website at
https://sonomalibrary.org/accessibility.
Sonoma County Library values diversity, empowerment, community, unity, kindness, connection, and equity. We
are committed to diversity and inclusion in the recruiting and hiring of staff.

Head of Circulation, Grimes Public Library, IA

The Grimes Public Library seeks a Head of Circulation to join a dynamic community library in the heart of one of the fastest growing cities in Iowa. The Head of Circulation will oversee all duties related to the circulation of library items and library technology. The Head of Circulation will also supervise circulation clerks and filers in partnership with the Director.

Ideal candidates will have at least two years of progressively increasing responsibility and training in a related position, familiarity with use of library catalogs and databases to locate materials, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A two-year degree is required, but candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree are preferred.

Under the general direction of the Library Director, the Head of Circulation manages the Circulation Department and is in charge of the circulation of library materials, collecting fines/fees, processing reserved items for patrons, and assisting Director with computer maintenance. The Head of Circulation hires, trains, supervises, schedules, assigns duties, and evaluates circulation clerks and filers in conjunction with the Director. Assists patrons with directional information, reader’s advisory and reference. Develops and executes Adult Programing in coordination with other programming librarians. Participates in the development and implementation of policies and procedures.

Special Requirements
A post-offer background check is required. For consideration, submit a completed application, resume, and cover letter via email to Tammy Johnson at [email protected], or at Grimes City Hall at 101 NE Harvey Street, Grimes. Materials will be reviewed as they are submitted through close of business on Monday, January 4, 2021

Library Director, Winfield Public Library, KS

Winfield Public Library, located in south central Kansas, seeks an innovative, energetic, and collaborative individual to serve as its next Library Director.  The Library is a member of the South Central Kansas Library System (www.sckls.info) and serves thousands of people in Winfield, KS plus surrounding area. It is a place where all are made welcome.

The Library Director carries out the mission of the library under the general direction of the Library Board of Trustees, providing strategic leadership in planning, organizing and directing services and activities to meet community needs.  A full job description can be found at the Library's website at www.wpl.org.

About the Library

The Winfield Public Library, with a yearly budget exceeding $600,000, was newly renovated in 2016, is well trafficked with patronage counts averaging 250 daily visits, and well supported by the community in its role as the community learning hub.  Library staff actively seeks and participates in various community collaborations, coalitions, and initiatives.  The library has a long tradition of fostering partnerships with local nonprofits, businesses, the school district, college and other learning institutions, healthcare, fine arts, government, and area service organizations.   WPL was a recent recipient of the "Chamber Champion" award, and has an impressive history of providing unique learning opportunities by securing and hosting compelling exhibitions including national and statewide traveling exhibits. Through its resources of community, facility, staff, and partnerships, the Winfield Public Library demonstrates it is "the little library that can".

About the Community

Located within an hour's drive of Wichita, KS, Winfield, pop. 12,000, is a progressive-conservative, multicultural, vibrant, and active community that is well known for its opportunities, community events, beautiful parks, and small town living. Comforts and advantages include accessible schools, recreation opportunities, concerts in the park, fine arts, unique and friendly businesses, local coffee shop, dog park, farmer's market, public pool, and a safe and friendly atmosphere. Winfield is home to Southwestern College, William Newton Memorial Hospital, the annual Walnut Valley Festival (of international bluegrass music fame), the annual Isle of Lights (a community-driven, destination-worthy Christmas lighting display), the Cowley County Fairgrounds, and the Broadway Sports Complex. Located on the northeastern side of the community, on the campus known as Baden Square (formally St. John's College), the library neighbors the Winfield Arts and Humanities, the Winfield Recreation Center, Winfield Community Theater, and residential housing apartment complexes.

Candidate Expectations:

The preferred candidate will hold a master in library science from an American Library Association accredited university, have three years of professional public library experience, supervisory and budgetary experience, a current knowledge of technology including ILS systems, electronic information technology, data management and its use in libraries.  See a full job description at the Library's website: www.wpl.org.

Compensation:

Salary range for the position is $60,000-$86,000 with a benefit package that includes Kansas Public Employees Retirement System, sick leave, health insurance and vacation leave. Pay will be determined by education and experience. This is a regular full-time salaried position, exempt for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Application Information:

The Winfield Public Library Director recruitment is open until Jan. 21, 2021. The Winfield Public Library values diversity in the workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applicants that are finalists must successfully complete health and physical screenings, including drug and alcohol screening, a background check, a credit check and must have or be able to obtain a Kansas Drivers License.

To apply please submit a cover letter, resume and three references to [email protected] .

Librarian, Teen Services, Sonoma County Library, CA

We are seeking an energetic, team-oriented Teen Services Librarian with a strong public service
commitment for our Windsor Regional Library. Provide library service and programming for and with
teens and constant contact and collaboration with teens including those with diverse backgrounds and
abilities.

THE POSITION:
Please see the attached job specifications for full details about this position.
TYPICAL TASKS include, but are not limited to:
• Provide excellent customer service to all members of the community.
• Deliver innovative teen’s programming such as book clubs, meet the author series, anime club and more.
• Field questions at the service desk from patrons of all ages, and provide accurate, efficient and courteous
responses to reference, reader’s advisory, and patron account inquiries.
• Employ curiosity and empathy as you help community members develop digital literacy skills.
• Perform collection maintenance work such as weeding and identifying items in need of replacement, and
collaborating with the Collection Development team to ensure the collection is relevant, current,
represents the community, and serves both the entertainment and education needs of the community.
• Work alongside other branch staff to maintain a safe and welcoming space, through explaining library
policies and procedures consistently to patrons and fellow staff, and through proactively dealing with
issues as they arise.
• Create fun and informative social media content to reach and engage with our digital audience. Craft
press releases and other pieces to support the work of the Library’s Marketing Committee and
communications staff in promoting library programs and services to the community.
• Be an active and vital part of the highly collaborative part of the Youth Services team and support and
be supported by fellow staff throughout the organization.
• If hired at the Librarian II level, the librarian will perform these tasks and will also provide leadership to
other staff in accomplishing these, and will also serve as Person-In-Charge when the Branch Manager is
absent.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates may be hired at either the Librarian I or Librarian II levels, and those hired at level I will have the
opportunity to advance as they progress in their career at SCL.

Education and Experience: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library
Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or
university. The Librarian II requires two years of appropriate professional experience working as a
professional librarian, preferably in a public library. Must have a valid California driver’s license.

FULL TIME--40 Hours Per Week
SALARY RANGES: Librarian I - $30.85/hour to $38.52/hour
Librarian II - $32.40/hour to $40.46/hour
CLOSING DATE: 5:00 pm, Tuesday, December 22, 2020
APPLICATION PROCESS: Please go to https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library
to apply. Applications must be complete and submitted by the final filing date in order to be considered.
Resumes will not substitute for a completed application.
The application process may contain one or more of the following steps: a supplemental application, written
test(s), skills assessment(s), and/or oral examination(s).
RECRUITING PROTOCOL IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS COVID-19:
Pursuant to California Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, and all
applicable COVID 19 Shelter in Place Orders issued by the Sonoma County Health Officer, the recruiting
process including interviews, testing, etc. will be held via teleconference or online, if possible, unless changes
occur in the state and/or county health order.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION: Sonoma County Library will make reasonable accommodations in
the recruitment process to accommodate applicants with disabilities. If you are invited to participate in an
examination or interview and have a disability for which you require an accommodation, please contact the
Human Resources Department at (707) 545-0831 extension 1591 or [email protected] as soon as
possible to make arrangements for your accommodation. Requesting accommodations at least 3
working/business days before the scheduled event will help to ensure availability. For further information
regarding disability accommodations provided by the Library and related matters, see the Library’s website at
https://sonomalibrary.org/accessibility.
Sonoma County Library values diversity, empowerment, community, unity, kindness, connection, and equity. We
are committed to diversity and inclusion in the recruiting and hiring of staff.

For more information about the differences between Librarian I and II, please see: https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library 

Library Director, Fayetteville-Lincoln County Public Library, Fayetteville, TN

Regular Hours:   40 hours per week.  May include evenings and weekends.

 The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Public Library (an independent community library) Board of Trustees seeks an energetic library director to manage and oversee the day to day operations of the Library.  The director must be capable of creating a vision for the library and possess the skills necessary to bring that vision into reality.   S/He must be detail-oriented, have clear communication skills, be comfortable with technology, have a working knowledge of library management systems, possess working knowledge of Microsoft Office and be willing to learn and teach staff and patrons.  

Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institution of higher education
  • Computer and internet experience
  • Clear communication skills
  • Familiar with library automation systems
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Must be able to lift and carry 35 pounds
  • Must possess a current driver’s license

Preferred Qualifications and Experience:

  • Master’s in Library Science (MLS) or equivalent masters in a library related field.  
  • Five years supervisory experience. 

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain positive and productive working relationships with the library board, city/county officials and community leaders.
  • Manage accounts receivable and payable in correspondence with bookkeeper
  • Oversee daily operations, equipment and maintenance of the library
  • Perform administrative tasks including supervising employees and volunteers
  • Place material orders and oversee the processing and maintenance of materials
  • Prepares a yearly budget for board approval
  • Prepares yearly data collection reports
  • Maintain Library’s website
  • Develop and promote the services and programs of the library
  • Seek grant funding opportunities for library programming and technology needs
  • Administer policies approved by the board and in compliance with state and federal law.
  • Complete a minimum of 25 hours of continuing education each year.   
  • Be willing to enroll, if eligible, in the Tennessee State Library and Archives Public Library Management Institute.
  • Other duties as deemed necessary.

Benefits

Annually: 12 paid holidays/12 paid vacation days/12 paid sick leave days

Health insurance: TBD

Retirement: Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System

Salary Range: $40,000-$45,000 depending on qualifications 

APPLY:    Email a current resume, including the names and contact information of three references, by December 16, 2020 to [email protected]

State Data Coordinator, South Carolina State Library, Columbia, SC

Nature of Work:

The South Carolina State Library serves the people of South Carolina by supporting state government and libraries to provide opportunities for learning in a changing environment.  Headquartered in Columbia, SC, the State Library develops, supports, and sustains a thriving statewide community of learners committed to making South Carolina stronger.  The South Carolina State Library is the primary administrator of federal and state support for the state’s libraries.

The South Carolina State Library seeks a creative, detail-oriented person to join our library development team as the State Data Coordinator.  The State Data Coordinator leads and coordinates data collection compilation, performs analysis, monitors trends, develops survey design, and creates data visualization products using library data.  The State Data Coordinator uses quantitative and qualitative data to determine the impact of programs and services.

Examples of Work:

  • State lead for the annual survey of South Carolina public libraries in cooperation with the processes and procedures issued by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for the national Public Library Survey.
  • Serve the agency as State Data Coordinator responsible for the collection, communication, instruction, and implementation of the biennial State Agency survey (SLAA) to IMLS.
  • Create and maintains files, documents, and reports based on library statistics.
  • Analyze ongoing public library statistical collection procedures, implement necessary modification, and disseminates collected data and marketing materials associated with the data.
  • Evaluates data analysis collection tools.
  • Evaluate and verify data, identify trends and relationships in data, and interpret data for stakeholders in both written and oral form.
  • Work with public libraries to develop an understanding of the importance of gathering and analyzing various data related to functions and responsibilities.
  • Provide training and assistance to public libraries on the effective use of data gathering and analysis.
  • Advise agency leadership on creating performance measures and determining return on investment related to projects and services provided.
  • Track agency projects from conception through review.
  • Represent the agency at meetings, conferences, coalitions, panels, and committees.

Salary: Hiring Range: $40,000 - $47,734 

Minimum Requirements:  

  • A bachelor’s degree and professional experience involving the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of quantified data.  A master’s degree in statistics may be substituted for the required work experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Three (3) years of professional experience involving the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of quantified data.
  • Knowledge of methods of research design, data collection, data manipulation, data analysis, and presentation of information.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret data using various statistical and mathematical techniques.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and accurately about surveys and data elements.
  • Ability to plan and provide training to large and small groups.
  • Strong oral and written presentation skills
  • Ability to assist users with survey completion, data gathering and data analysis.
  • Attention to detail with the ability to discover and correct errors in large volumes of data.
  • Familiarity with public library audiences, services, facilities, general trends, and current issues.
  • Ability to make field visits, talk to library staff, pursue partnerships, and other cooperative arrangements outside the agency.
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills.
  • Ability to use data visualization and data analysis tools.

Additional Comments:

As an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age (over 40), sex, including pregnancy and childbirth (or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

The State Library actively promotes professional development and learning opportunities for staff.  Work takes place in an office environment.  Overnight travel is not expected for this position, however may be occasionally necessary.  Some local travel is expected.  Occasional work on evenings and weekends.

  • Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application. Any misrepresentation will result in your disqualification from consideration for employment.
  • Please complete the state application to include all current and previous work/salary history and education. A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed in lieu of a completed state application to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.
  • Please include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references. Reference and background check will be conducted.

How to Apply: 

All applications must be submitted online at:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/2888152/state-data-coordinator?department[0]=State%20Library&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Company Info:             

South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate StreetColumbia, SC 29201
Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov

 


 

Information Technology Librarian, North Lake County Public Library, MT

North Lake County Public Library, located in beautiful northwest Montana, is looking for an individual who has advanced computer and device software and hardware skills, experience assisting and teaching others with various technology skill levels, and exceptional customer service skills to fill the Information Technology Librarian position.  Our successful candidate will have prior experience with Windows, Google, Apple and Android operating systems, will exhibit patience and experience teaching others how to use technology, and have a bachelor’s degree with 1-3 years of technology work experience or a combination of technology education and experience.

The Information Technology Librarian works under the supervision of the Library Director.  The position is primarily responsible for technology assistance for patrons and staff, technology related programming, IT duties for the Library’s equipment and services, and ongoing projects and related work as assigned.  This position requires exceptional organizational skills, patience, and a high degree of initiative. The ability to work in a positive manner with a variety of people is essential, as is the ability to convey information in a clear, concise, user-friendly way.

Polson is a growing community that sits on the shores of beautiful Flathead Lake, with access to shopping, snow skiing, hiking and biking trails in surrounding areas and Glacier National Park within a 90-minute drive. 

North Lake County Public Library is an independent public library district with an exciting future.  We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits, including MT Public Employees Retirement Plan, Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, life insurance, paid vacation, holiday and sick leave.  Explore our website at https://northlakecountylibrary.org.

A complete position description, announcement and application are available on our website or by contacting Library Director, Abbi Dooley at [email protected] or 406-883-8225.  First review of application packets is November 9, 2020.  This position remains open until filled.