1. Government Resources & Research Librarian
– University of Guam – UOG Station, Mangilao,
2. Charles Warren Bibliographer for American
History – Harvard College Library – Cambridge, MA
3. Associate Dean for Research Services –
University of Southern Mississippi – Hattiesburg, MS
4. Director of Collection Management – University of Vermont –
5. Library Manager – City of Lebanon – Lebanon,
6. Collection Management Librarian – The
University of New Mexico – Albuquerque, NM
7. Library Director – Daviess County Public
Library – Owensboro, KY
8. Humanities Service Librarian – University of
Tennessee – Knoxville, TN
9. Web Services Librarian – American University of Sharjah – United Arab Emirates
10. Experienced Cataloger – Confidential –
11. School Librarian – Washington International
School – Washington, DC
12. Systems and Electronic Resources Librarian – Savannah College of
Art and Design – Savannah, GA
13. Library Director – Kellogg-Hubbard Library –
14. Library Director – Rock Island Public Library
– Rock Island, IL
15. Health Sciences Education Librarian –
University of Vermont – Burlington, VT
1. Government Resources & Research Librarian
– University of Guam – UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam
Deadline: 'open until filled'
The University of Guam Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Library seeks a dynamic
and enthusiastic individual who will oversee the services and collections
of the Government Documents Collection and Graduate Research Center.
Specific responsibilities include collection responsibilities for a
selective U.S. Government Repository Collection, corollary collections,
and an IMLS three year grant funded Graduate Research Center. This
individual will report to the Library Director. This is a 12-month,
tenure track position.
Requirements: Master's degree (MLS or MLIS) from an ALA-accredited
library school. Knowledge of current trends in government information,
academic research services and information literacy instruction. A
minimum of three years professional library reference and information
literacy instruction experience. Proficiency with technology as it
relates to information resources and services. Familiarity and knowledge
of SuDocs classification. Able to work in a
multi-cultural and multi-ethnic institution and learning environment.
Strong interpersonal communication and public service skills. Knowledge
and application of learning styles and teaching methods. Ability to
interact with students, faculty and staff in a courteous, professional,
and collegial manner. Ability to meet academic promotion and tenure
requirements, consisting of but not limited to active participation in
University and community service and in self-initiated research projects
leading to publications.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled. Complete job announcement for Government Resources
& Research Services Librarian (Job #000-12) and application materials
can be found by clicking below. For further information about the
University of Guam, visit our Web Site at http://www.uog.edu AA/EOE
Charles Warren Bibliographer for American History – Harvard College Library
– Cambridge, MA
The primary responsibility of the Charles Warren
Bibliographer for American History is to develop the College Library’s
flagship collection of materials relating to American history.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities:
* Serves as the primary selector for library materials in the subjects of
American history, literature, government, and culture
* Provides specialized reference services to students and faculty in
* Monitors the acquisition budget and makes allocation recommendations
* Reviews the Americana acquisitions and collections for preservation and
* Develops written policy for the Americana collections;
* Serves as a liaison to other units in the Harvard College Library and
with faculty and students to develop collections which support research
* Is involved in national initiatives related to bibliographic resources
in American studies
* MLS, or the equivalent combination of relevant education and
* An advanced degree in American history or American studies required
* Demonstrated ability in collection development in a research library
* In depth knowledge of North American publishing and book trade
* Broad familiarity with trends, programs, and developments in scholarly
communication and bibliographic resources
* Experience with MS Office (Word, Excel, Access) and Aleph system
* Doctoral degree or equivalent degree preferred
* Excellent communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and the
ability to work as part of team
* Flexibility and versatility required to effectively contribute to an
evolving work environment
* Involvement in professional and scholarly organizations required
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/9d38jmm
Dean for Research Services – University of Southern Mississippi –
Associate Dean for Research
The University of Southern Mississippi
The University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
seeks applications and nominations of an experienced, innovative and
energetic individual for the position of Associate Dean for Research
Services. Reporting to the Dean of University Libraries, the
Associate Dean for Research Services leads and coordinates all research
services in the Libraries. The incumbent will:
Lead and manage all aspects of the
Libraries’ user services including planning, developing and coordinating
the following functions: reference, instruction, outreach, information
literacy, research consultations, interlibrary loan, circulation,
reserves, web presence and public exhibits and events
Responsible for overseeing reference, circulation,
and interlibrary loan units consisting of approximately 16 librarians and
Recommend, develop and implement services,
policies and procedures related to the delivery of library services
Responsible for assessment and evaluation
of library services
Establish and maintain clear lines of
communication with administrators, faculty, students, other patrons, and
professional colleagues regarding service needs
Strengthen the libraries’ educational
programs to facilitate and support faculty research and student learning
Develop, lead and direct multiple
user-centered modes of library service delivery
Coordinate user support activities with
related support areas of the university (e.g., Learning Enhancement
Center, Office of Student Success, Speaking and Writing Centers)
Integrate new technologies to further the
Libraries’ service mission
Oversee public exhibits and events
throughout the Libraries
Engender excellent customer service and
problem solving skills in research services staff
Serve on the University Libraries’
Executive Cabinet participating in strategic planning and evaluation of
library services and resources. Serves on other committees
within the libraries and across campus as required
For additional information pertaining to The
University of Southern Mississippi and the University Libraries
see: http://www.usm.edu/ and http://lib.usm.edu/.
MLS from an ALA-accredited institution, or
At least seven years of experience in
research services in an academic or research library;
Demonstrated successful experience with
the principles and practices of research services including assessment
and data analysis;
Knowledge of current issues and trends at
academic and research libraries including understanding of emerging
information technologies and its applications for research services;
Supervisory experience and demonstrated
ability to manage librarians and staff;
Understanding of teaching methods and
Experience in successful budget
Excellent organizational, interpersonal,
oral and written communication skills;
Experience with, and ability to facilitate
Ability to work effectively and creatively
in a culturally diverse, technologically complex, and rapidly changing
library and university system.
Substantive course work or secondary
degree in an academic field;
Experience with Innovative Interfaces Inc.
integrated library system;
Experience implementing innovative
services, such as multi-media technology.
Appointment rank and salary
Rank: This is a faculty position to be hired
at the associate or full professor level depending upon qualifications
Salary: Preferred hiring range is $65,000 to
$80,000 depending upon qualifications and experience.
Review of applications will begin on March 30, 2012,
and will continue until the position is filled.
To apply for this position please go to
https://jobs.usm.edu. Please attach a letter of interest addressing your
qualifications for meeting the position responsibilities, a current curriculum
vitae and complete contact information for at least three references.
For further information: Contact Edward G.
McCormack, Associate Dean for Research Services Search Committee chair, Edward.Mccormack@usm.edu or by phone at 228.214.3466
4. Director of
Collection Management – University of Vermont – Burlington, VT
Director of Collection Management – University of Vermont,
The University of Vermont Bailey/Howe Library seeks an
innovative Director of Collection Management who provides leadership,
planning, and administration for all aspects of information resource
management. This Director develops resource related processes and
initiatives in collaboration with all Libraries’ departments in response
to rapid changes in the acquisitions and management of information
resources in academic libraries. This position reports to the Dean
of Libraries and Learning Resources.
When responding to the posting, send a cover letter
including detailed responses to required qualifications, curriculum vitae
and names of four references.
Anticipated start date is July, 2012. Position open
until filled, screening will begin immediately.
For further information regarding responsibilities and
qualifications, please visit our website: https://www.uvmjobs.com/
and reference Posting Number #0040355. Applicants must apply for this
The University of Vermont is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity employer. The UVM Libraries is committed to
increasing faculty diversity and welcomes applications from women and
underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups and from people with
Library Manager – City of Lebanon – Lebanon, OR
Lebanon Library Manager - For the CITY OF LEBANON,
OREGON - Salary: $4,800 - $6,350 (monthly)
The City of Lebanon seeks a Library Manager who can
balance the day-to-day operations of a city library and who has proven
management success. The ideal candidate will interact and promote a
positive culture through good communication and behavior both internally
and with the community at large.
Application packets are available online at http://www.ci.lebanon.or.us/index.aspx?page=49 or
you can contact Debi Shimmin at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at
First Review, March 30, 2012, opened until filled.
Collection Management Librarian – The University of New Mexico –
Collection Management Librarian
The University of New Mexico
Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center
The University of New Mexico
Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center (UNM HSLIC) is seeking an
energetic librarian who is innovative, technologically adept and service
oriented, with a background in collection development. The Collection Management Librarian
(CML) works in close collaboration with personnel from appropriate HSLIC
units and other academic units (external to the library) in developing,
evaluating and assessing the library's collections to support the UNM
Health Sciences Center’s missions.
The successful candidate will
be professionally engaged, forward thinking, collaborative, and up to the
challenge of providing necessary library resources for a comprehensive
academic health center. The library’s size and culture allow for
involvement in many areas, including providing library instruction, research,
and/or reference service.
This is a faculty position
within Library and Education Services and reports to the Coordinator for Resource
Access and Delivery unit; it is a non-tenure track position with a
primary appointment in the UNM School of Medicine. In addition to the
above, duties include those expected of all HSLIC faculty, including
envoy assignment, data curation, educational activities, committee
service, strategic planning team work, scholarly activities, outreach,
and commitment to earning eventual credentialing in the Academy of Health
The incumbent provides
leadership in acquiring library resources including the application of
new technologies related to collection development/management; and
articulates the direction, balance and emphasis of all collections, as
well as formulates policies. He or she monitors developments within the publishing
industry, innovations/trends in library collection development practices
such as advances in scholarly communication, institutional repositories,
and the expanding e-book market. The incumbent consults with and supports
the work of the departmental envoys in their efforts to develop
collections that support their academic departments. He or she manages the
collection budget and tracks expenditures throughout the fiscal year. The
CML represents HSLIC on appropriate University and statewide
committees/teams that promote collaboration among libraries in purchasing
and sharing library materials and other resources.
The incumbent also supports
HSLIC’s new initiatives in e-science and may participate or provide advice
in data documentation; developing appropriate data management plans,
organizing data for re- use, and preparation of data for storage. The CML
may participate in the development of preservation and access methods for
research data to enhance interdisciplinary work and data sharing across
the health sciences campus.
HSLIC is a unique blend of
corporate and academic cultures which cultivates creative information technology
solutions. We actively seek employees with strong collaboration and
planning skills who will help us fulfill our role within the HSC and
throughout the state (http://hsc.unm.edu/library).
The UNM HSC has earned a national and international reputation for its
integrated education, patient care, research, and partnership initiatives
which address the unique healthcare needs of New Mexico's urban and rural
Library Director – Daviess County Public Library – Owensboro, KY
LIBRARY DIRECTOR – DAVIESS COUNTY (KY) PUBLIC
The Board of Trustees of the Daviess County Public
Library (headquartered in Owensboro, KY) seeks an experienced library
administrator, skilled in budgeting and financial management, with keen
listening skills and the ability to respond to staff and community needs.
The County Library is a vital part of why Owensboro was ranked the “#1
Place in Kentucky [for Raising Your Kids]” by Business Week in 2010. This
busy Library is always “on the move,” serving 96,000 people from a new
51,000 sq. ft. facility with a staff of 44 FTES, a $3.6million budget,
and strong auxiliary support from the Friends and Library Foundation. The
Library circulates 749,000+ items annually and has 73,612 registered card
holders. Challenges for the new Director include developing a new
strategic plan, developing and working with new funding streams, and
developing and implementing new services and technologies.
is the fourth largest city in Kentucky, county seat of Daviess County,
and a town of festivals (the annual Barbeque Festival being a popular
one)--it is also the industrial, medical, retail and cultural hub of
western Kentucky. It is 32 miles southeast of Evansville, IN; 109 miles
southwest of Louisville, KY; and 123 miles north of Nashville, TN. The
City is strategically located on the southern banks of the Ohio River,
which provides a majestic backdrop to the ambitious Downtown
Revitalization initiative and Riverfront Master Plan. The $120 million
Downtown Plan calls for a riverfront park, downtown hotel and convention
center, a market square and an arts academy. Owensboro already offers a
wide range of recreational and cultural activities
from fishing on a nearby lake to live performances of the
Owensboro Symphony Orchestra, one of the finest in the state. Strong
school systems and higher education institutions put the “finishing
touch” on why people want to live and work in Owensboro. For information
on the Library, Owensboro, and Daviess County, see
Responsibilities. As the chief executive
officer of the Library (an independent taxing district), the Director
plans, organizes, directs, evaluates, and reviews the library’s
resources, personnel, facilities, services and programs to respond to the
needs of the community. The Director operates under the executive
direction of the 5-member Library Board of Trustees. Work includes
developing and monitoring budget resources, planning and implementing
overall library goals and objectives, and oversight of staff and services
necessary to provide optimal service to Daviess County residents. For the
detailed job description, see Library
Qualifications. A Master’s degree in Library
Science from an ALA accredited graduate library school; eligibility for Professional
Level I Certificate meeting KY certification; and a minimum of five years
of successful public library experience which includes at least two years
of upper administrative experience and staff supervision. Essential
attributes include a broad knowledge of the principles and practices of
librarianship; excellent managerial, financial, planning and analytical
capacity; ability to communicate with diverse groups concerning library
affairs; experience evaluating new services and technologies; ability to
handle critical incidents and resolve conflicts involving customers,
staff, materials, or facilities; initiative, awareness and vision in
developing library services, and skill in building and maintaining
effective relationships with the Library Board, staff and
community. Successful director experience reporting to a governing
board and experience working on a building project are preferred.
Compensation. A starting salary range
of $95,000-$115,000 with an attractive benefits package.
For further information, contact Bradbury
Associates/Gossage Sager Associates via email
or call 816-531-2468. To apply, email email@example.com
or JobethBradbury@gossagesager.com with a meaningful cover letter and
your resume as Word or pdf attachments. The
position closes May 6, 2012.
Humanities Service Librarian – University of Tennessee – Knoxville, TN
University of Tennessee Libraries
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Libraries
seeks a creative, service-oriented librarian to be the subject liaison to
the Departments of English and Theatre. Subject liaisons at the University
of Tennessee Libraries are the formal mechanism that connects the library
faculty with the academic departments. The Humanities Services Librarian
will serve as a partner in the teaching and research missions of the
University by establishing collaborative relationships with faculty and
students, building and curating collections in relevant formats,
providing instruction to undergraduate and graduate students, and
providing general and specialized research assistance in a variety of contexts.
In addition, the Humanities Services Librarian will collaborate with Special
Collections staff to engage in instruction in the use of Special Collections
material, and liaise with faculty and students who might benefit from
work with primary source materials in manuscript, print, image, and other
forms. The librarian interacts with campus groups, providing leadership
related to scholarly communication, the use of emerging technologies,
assessment, and diversity. Research and publication are expectations for
this tenure-track position. The successful candidate will embrace change
as an exciting challenge in the pursuit of excellent library service.
ALA accredited master’s degree.
Experience or coursework in reference
services and a demonstrated interest in instruction.
Knowledge of information resources for
Theatre and English, including an understanding of scholarly publishing
Excellent interpersonal and communication
skills paired with a strong service orientation.
Demonstrated understanding of technology
applications in a library setting, such as learning management systems or
web-based subject guides.
Commitment to research and creative
achievement in a tenure track faculty position.
Evidence of the ability to work
collegially in a team environment accompanied by initiative, self-direction,
and commitment to creativity and innovation.
Advanced degree in a relevant subject
Teaching experience and evidence of
success in the design and use of instructional materials.
Experience as a liaison librarian for
English and/or Theatre.
Experience or coursework in Special
Collections or archives.
Collection development experience.
Professional library experience.
Additional information about this position and the
UT community is available at http://www.lib.utk.edu/employ/faculty/humanities.html.
The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA
institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and
services. All qualified applicants
will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race,
color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual
orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or
covered veteran status.
Web Services Librarian – American University of Sharjah
– United Arab Emirates
exceptional international opportunity awaits an innovative
forward-thinking librarian at the American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (near Dubai). As part
of Technology and Technical Services, the successful candidate will
manage web services in collaboration with other professional staff to
achieve the library’s mission and goals. Areas of
responsibility include: develops
the AUS Library’s online presence, including the library website and
mobile applications; administers LibGuides;
works collaboratively with other librarians on best practices related to
web services and emerging technologies; provides reference and research
assistance; provides liaison services (collection development,
instruction, and outreach) to assigned academic departments; participates
in ongoing professional development activities.
degree in library science from an ALA-accredited school with a minimum of
two years of recent related experience; knowledge and understanding of
best practices, current issues and trends in web services and emerging
library technologies; strong commitment to customer service; demonstrated experience in library website
design and development, including the building and/or integration of a
variety of web applications; demonstrated knowledge and experience with
oral, written and interpersonal communication and planning skills complemented by the ability to take initiative; ability to work independently and meet
Knowledge and experience
with PHP or other scripting language, XML/XSLT and SQL; familiarity with
usability testing and web analytics.
salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience and includes a
10% of base salary payment in lieu of retirement benefits. Free
furnished accommodation and utilities are provided along with nine weeks’
annual vacation. A self-directed benefit plan provides a variety of
choices including annual air tickets to place of origin for self and
family, healthcare and dependent educational allowance. The UAE
levies no income tax, however, some U.S. Federal
taxes may apply to U.S. citizens and resident aliens.
American University of Sharjah is located in
the United Arab Emirates and is accredited by the Middle States
Commission on Higher Education. Established in 1997, the university
consists of four Schools and Colleges: Architecture, Art and Design;
Business and Management; Engineering; and Arts and Sciences. AUS
offers undergraduate and graduate degrees to 5,000 students from some 80
different countries. The language of instruction and the workplace is English.
The UAE offers a high standard of living with abundant cultural,
recreational and travel opportunities. The UAE is a safe, open and
friendly environment for individuals and families of all cultures.
The AUS Library serves as a focal point for educational and social
interactions on campus. The library features a large Information Commons
(135 workstations), twenty group study rooms, two computer classrooms,
and an RFID system. Please see http://library.aus.edu
Priority will be given to applications received by May 1, 2012. Please
email a cover letter, résumé and the names of three professional
references to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Only
short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Experienced Cataloger – Confidential – Cambridge, MA
LAC Group seeks experienced cataloger for contract
position at a prestigious cultural institution in Cambridge, MA. Need
immediate pending award of contract.
Perform original descriptive and subject cataloging for various library
materials in a variety of languages and subject fields; determine appropriate
guidelines in applying rules of Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, Library
of Congress subject heading policies, Dewey Decimal Classification,
Arabic subject headings, MARC21 and catalog materials in categories of
advanced specialized backgrounds
Conduct complex searching and researching in English and several foreign
languages to establish appropriate form of main entries, added entries
and place names; assign main entries and subject headings; determine
edition statements, imprints, collations and series notes
Perform copy cataloging in several subjects and Roman languages in all
subject areas from OCLC or LC and compare piece in hand to OCLC-derived
MLS from an ALA accredited institution
hree to five years cataloging monographs,
CONSER serials and French language materials
Proven ability to use the Aleph integrated library system
LAC Group is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and values
diversity in the workforce.
Click here to apply
School Librarian – Washington International School – Washington, DC
International School, a preK-12 private, coeducational school in
Washington, DC, is seeking a full-time Teacher-Librarian to work on our
Primary School campus. Washington International School is a dual-language
school, where students engage in language learning in English and their
choice of Spanish, French or Dutch. In addition, WIS follows the
curriculum and instructional framework of the Primary Years Program (PYP)
of the International Baccalaureate.
The ideal candidate will have a strong record of coordinating library
programs, will have at least five years experience
working in Primary School libraries, and will demonstrate a passion for
and ability to thrive in a deeply collaborative environment. Optimally,
the ideal candidate's background will included experience within an
accredited IB PYP program. A Master of Library Science is a pre-requisite
for the position; fluency in either Spanish or French will be a
competitive advantage. In addition, we are seeking candidates that have a
genuine passion for digital tools and concepts including the Apple iLife and iWork suites, a demonstrable dedication to
the research process, knowledge of current children's literature and an
interest in curriculum development.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, educational
philosophy and three references to: HRPSLibrary@wis.edu.
To learn more about Washington International School, visit the school
website at www.wis.edu.
Systems and Electronic Resources Librarian – Savannah College of Art and
Design – Savannah, GA
SCAD seeks a systems and electronic resources
librarian. The person in this position is responsible for managing and
coordinating the technology needs of all the SCAD libraries, including
maintenance of the Millennium ILS, electronic resources, and library
website, and leads projects and training efforts in these areas.
The librarian will:
Demonstrate innovative and dynamic leadership of all aspects of SCAD
Libraries' Millennium operating system, including maintenance,
troubleshooting and upgrades
Manage licenses, access and statistics for SCAD Libraries' databases,
including administering an Electronic Resource Management system
Work collaboratively and creatively with all library staff, library
patrons, information management and technology, creative direction,
marketing and public relations, Design Group, and other SCAD
Provide Millennium training and support to all library staff
Collaborate with IM&T as library liaison for all hardware and
Act as the point person for all library technology needs outside the
purview of IM&T
Work with the director of technical services and systems to plan for
library technology needs and create annual technology budget requests
Train others and assist with compilation of library departmental
statistics and assessment reports at the request of SCAD administration,
library staff, and professors
Assist librarians and staff at all library locations to evaluate,
maintain, and troubleshoot access to SCAD Libraries' electronic
Lead initiatives to maintain an updated Web presence for SCAD Libraries
Work with the director of technical services and systems to represent
SCAD Libraries at local and national Innovative/Millennium professional
Maintain positive working relationships with systems, technology and
electronic resources vendors, and serve as a point of contact for
maintenance, troubleshooting, and emergencies
Perform other duties as assigned.
May need to work flexible hours according to need.
ALA-accredited M.L.S. degree
Undergraduate or additional graduate degree in a subject taught at SCAD
3-5 years experience in overseeing,
maintaining, managing and troubleshooting an integrated library system,
Innovative Interface systems preferred
Working knowledge of Web development tools (Adobe Creative Suite 5, HTML,
CSS, XML, PHP, SQL) and Web 2.0 technologies
Thorough knowledge of existing and emerging library technologies.
Click here to apply
13. Library Director – Kellogg-Hubbard Library
– Montpelier, VT
The Kellogg Hubbard Library seeks an innovative,
energetic, and dynamic Library Director for a new position.
Located in the heart of the nation's smallest state capital, the library
serves a population of 17,600 which includes five
surrounding rural towns. The collection consists of approx. 76,000
materials and has an annual circulation of 288,876 - the second highest
in VT. The library operates as a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization, with an endowment that covers a portion of the
annual budget. Under the supervision of the Board of Trustees, the
Library Director will be responsible for a total annual budget of approx.
$950,000.00. The library currently has a staff of 7 full-time employees
and 7 part-time employees.
Upcoming initiatives will include the migration from Follett Library
Software to open source software, continued outreach to patrons using
emerging technologies, the development of a strong corps of community
volunteers to assist with fundraising efforts, and the implementation of
a staffing structure that efficiently meets library and community needs.
Salary and benefits: $55,000 - $60,000 negotiable depending on
experience; one month vacation, sick time, BC/BS health plan: dental,
vision; 401K contribution by employer.
- MLS/MLIS from an ALA accredited institution and at least two years of
library administration experience.
- Demonstrated financial management skills.
- Excellent public speaking, inter-personal, written, and oral
For full job description, visit http://www.kellogghubbard.org/...onsavailable.html
To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and two professional references
via email by April 6th, 2012.
Library Director – Rock Island Public Library – Rock Island, IL
Rock Island has a population of 39,018 residents and
is located in western Illinois along the Mississippi River. Rock Island
and Moline in Illinois and Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa make up the
metro area called the “Quad Cities” with a population of 436,672.
The Rock Island Public Library was established in 1872 as the first
public library in Illinois. The Library has 18 full-time employees and 25
part time employees stationed in three facilities. All employees are
unionized with the exception of the Department Head, Assistant Director
and area Directors. The Library Director administers a $2.5 million
This is highly responsible professional, administrative and management
work in planning, organizing, and directing the activities of the public
library system. Work involves responsibility for planning, directing,
administering and supervising all programs and activities of the library,
including budgeting, purchasing and fund raising.
Supervision is exercised over professional, technical and office support
staff. Work is performed under the administrative direction of the
Library Board of Trustees and in compliance with Federal, State, and City
rules and regulations. Undergraduate degree may be in the area of library
science, sociology, political science, public administration, business
administration or related field. Thorough experience in library
administration including a minimum of six years progressively responsible
experience; supplemented by a Masters degree in
library science from an ALA-accredited graduate school.
Applications (including resumes and cover letters) will only be accepted
through the on-line application process until filled by clicking below.
The first applications will be reviewed beginning April 6, 2012. On-line
applications must be completed to be considered. Applicant
confidentiality will be protected through the recruitment process.
Salary: $63,552 to $98,542
Click here to apply
Health Sciences Education Librarian – University of Vermont – Burlington,
The University of Vermont Dana Medical Library seeks
an innovative health sciences education librarian who delivers
curriculum-integrated instruction and support for teaching and learning
in medicine and health sciences, using a variety of formats such as large
and small group sessions, online tutorials and distance learning. This
position, which reports to the Director of the Dana Medical Library, will
identify effective strategies for incorporating evidence-based
information literacy and technology into curriculum and library
educational programs. This librarian will also provide leadership and
evaluate the Library education programs ad participate in information
desk, additional liaison, and subject specialist activities.
For further information regarding responsibilities and qualifications,
please visit our website by clicking below and reference posting number
Click here to apply