Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 Southeast Collaborative Conference
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Assistant Head of Adult Services
Washington County Free Library Do you enjoy being part of a team? Do you have a customer-service attitude? Are you passionate about mentoring employees to be their best? The Fletcher Branch of the Washington County Free Library is seeking an organized and enthusiastic professional committed to providing strong leadership to a team of dedicated public services information professionals. The Assistant Head of Adult Services will proactively problem solve, provide support to Adult Services staff, and coach employees to succeed while supporting the Library’s mission and strategic plan. This position reports directly to and works collaboratively with the Head of Adult Services.
Collection Discovery Librarian
Central Rappahannock Regional Library Come work for CRRL (say "curl")! This is a leadership position for collection access, cataloging and providing authority control for both physical and digital collections.
STEM Librarian at UNC Greensboro
UNC Greensboro The University Libraries seek an innovative, knowledgeable, service-oriented, and dynamic individual to serve as a STEM Liaison Librarian. The STEM Liaison Librarian will work collaboratively with teaching and library faculty colleagues to develop and provide information resources, information literacy, and research expertise to faculty and students in life and physical science departments. Some evening/weekend work is expected. This position reports to the Head of Research, Outreach, and Instruction and will join a highly collaborative department of nine librarians and three paraprofessionals. It is a twelve-month leave-earning tenure-track faculty position. Demonstrated professional achievement, service, and scholarly/creative activity are required for reappointment and tenure.
Archives Assistant (Library Services)
Central Piedmont Community College The Archives Assistant position assists archives staff with basic archival functions such as processing, preservation, reference, outreach, advocacy, scanning, typing, filing, etc. The objective is to help increase the availability of research material through preservation, outreach, and instruction. This position will: Process physical and digital archive collections under the general direction of the archivist; Create and update finding aids and reference guides; maintain computerized databases such as ArchivesSpace and LibGuides; Perform cataloging of archival collections per archival standards using tools such as Google Drive, ArchivesSpace and ContentDM; Migrate photographs, audio/visual and other documents into digital formats; Respond to inquiries and requests via phone and e-mail; serve as informational resource to employees, students, and the public; Assist in activities related to marketing and promoting the college archives; Assist in instructional research classes for patrons; Monitor inventory of supplies and other materials needed to operate.
Library District Director
Navajo County Summary Under general direction, performs work of considerable difficulty developing and coordinating Navajo County Library District services; performs related work as assigned.
Essential Job Functions (Essential function, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class.)
Acts as a consultant to the independent community Navajo County Library District (NCLD) district members. Coordinates joint activities as are needed to maintain the functioning of Library District systems or as requested by NCLD member libraries in the areas of knowledge sharing, training, and networking. Assists in the development of a county wide electronic network connecting member libraries and citizens to information sources. Coordinates connections as needed. In consultation with NCLD member libraries, performs assessments of library needs with the NCLD. Identifies Library District staff training needs and provides training to meet those needs. Solicits input from NCLD member libraries on staff training needs, facilitating staff training as is practicable. Facilitates more intensive training support to NCLD volunteer libraries. Identifies and recommends grant and other funding sources for NCLD member libraries. Offers limited grant administration services to NCLD member libraries based on an annual cycle. Offers more intensive grant writing and administration services to NCLD volunteer libraries. Purchases materials to complement the collections of NCLD member libraries, especially in support of NCLD volunteer libraries. Provides on-site assistance to member libraries as needed, with particular emphasis on NCLD volunteer libraries. Maintains necessary records and makes reports pertaining to the Library District. Coordinates NCLD print, digital and social m
Adult Services & Technology Librarian
Davie County Join the Davie County Public Library as the Adult Services and Technology Librarian
Content & Discovery Library Associate
Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives The Content & Discovery Library Associate provides user-focused and proactive customer service to the faculty, students and staff of Duke Health. This position is a key team member of the integrated Content & Discovery unit, which includes the service desk, collection services, cataloging, and interlibrary loan. Primary responsibilities for this position include customer service, reserves, cataloging, and interlibrary loan backup.
Digital Projects Analyst
Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives The Digital Projects Analyst supports the analytical and data needs for the Medical Center Library & Archives by developing and maintaining a portfolio of projects that provide business and research intelligence. This position will work collaboratively with a cross-functional team including librarians, end users, application developers, and domain experts to create user-friendly reporting tools. Preliminary projects will include developing reporting tools or other dashboards to display publication data from institutional authors, dashboards to aggregate usage data from library resources, and a tracking system for monitoring institutional compliance with the NIH Public Access policy. As part of the Information Technology team, the Analyst also collaborates with other Library IT staff on IT projects, such as Web services and licensed applications, and provides backup support for hardware and software issues.
South Carolina State Library We have a great career opportunity available for a Grants Administrator in our Columbia, South Carolina headquarters.
The Grants Administrator coordinates all aspects of the subgrant program for public libraries issuing from the federal Library Service and Technology Act (LSTA) grant program, and serves as the Agency’s contact point for all general questions and communication regarding LSTA activities. This position also investigates other arenas for potential library funding.
Librarian II, Bilingual English/Spanish (MLIS Degree Required), Full-Time
Greenville County Library System FUNCTION Under the supervision of the Youth Services (YS) Manager, this position is responsible for providing quality collection development, programs for youth, reader’s advisory, reference and circulation services at assigned library and outreach locations.
Librarian IV Branch Manager Level 4, F.W. Symmes Branch on Pelham Road in Greenville, South Carolina, Full-Time
Greenville County Library System FUNCTION Employees in this position manage people, projects, collections, events, ideas, and a facility. They coach, schedule, direct, and supervise the staff and activities related to the operation of a branch of the Greenville County Library System (“Library”). They embody the Library’s Code of Service by creating an atmosphere where customers and employees feel invited, informed, impressed, and inspired. They greet customers and employees with a welcoming smile, and they enthusiastically provide knowledgeable and meaningful assistance in the discovery and use of Library resources, services, and technology. Work is performed under general supervision, in accord with the Library’s vision and mission, using good judgment in the application of policies and established procedures.
Virginia Tech The User Services Specialist provides prompt and courteous service to library patrons at the Newman Library Services Desk as part of a team of staff and student assistants. Assists patrons in locating and accessing library materials by answering basic reference and directional questions, maintaining and creating patron records, creating item records, explaining library policies, accepting and processing fine payments, and circulating library materials. Collaborates with student assistants to maintain the library’s physical materials by retrieving and processing library returns and by sorting and shelving library materials. Monitors and reports any maintenance issues or emergency situations to appropriate entities. The User Services Specialist prepares and processes adjustments to patron accounts in the library system, prepares adjustments to be sent to the Office of the University Bursar and reconciles payments in banner and the library system
This position is considered necessary to the safety and vital operations of University libraries and is identified as emergency personnel. Emergency personnel may be required to report to work during periods of authorized closings, which may include weekends, holidays and during inclement weather.
Library Program Specialist - Information Services
Iredell County Public Library Under general supervision, performs specialized Library work assisting patrons in using online resources (ex. OPAC, Internet, digital books, and NCLIVE) and the print and general collections of the County Library. Work involves providing quick, correct, and professional answers to basic to intermediate inquiries as well as technical and reference assistance to library patrons. Work involves designing appropriate displays and occasional programming for patrons and staff as well as assisting with maintaining accurate information and links on the library’s website and social media sites. Work may also include selection or recommendation of materials for purchase by the library to enhance the print and digital collections. Employee must exercise initiative and independent judgment in program development and adhere to County standards in use of social media. Employee must also exercise considerable tact and courtesy in frequent contacts with Library patrons. Reports to the Information Services Manager.