Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2023 Southeast Collaborative Library Conference
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Athens Regional Library System various
Spartanburg County Public Libraries A bunch of positions from full time assistants to librarians and up to assistant department heads are open at SCPL!
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Responsibilities • The Evening Librarian will work Tuesday, Thursday, 4pm - 10 pm, Sunday 2pm - 10 pm while students are on campus • Days and working hours when students are not on campus can be negotiated with the Library Director to equal the required 20 hours/week • Responsibilities include:keeping students and staff safe in the library space; supervising the Circulation Desk and Campus Service students; providing a full range of information services; assisting faculty, staff, and students in the use of physical and digital collections; responding to inquiries in-person and on the library chat; collecting use statistics of digital resources, issuing overdue notices, assisting in the textbook room or Academic Programs as needed and other duties as assigned by the Library Director.
Onsite IT Coordinator
Massanutten Regional Library The Onsite IT Coordinator supports and assesses a range of existing and new technology options and recommends strategies and solutions that match user and organizational needs given available resources.
The Coordinator will respond to support requests from staff and escalate and coordinate support requests with our contracted technology partners. The Coordinator will work with vendors, staff, and stakeholders to maintain strategic alignment, optimize software systems to better utilize resources, and improve user experiences. The Coordinator will provide user training and programming support on special projects. The Coordinator will also review and maintain internal documentation.
This position works closely with Technical Services and ensures there is adequate resources to support the Integrated Library System (ILS) and other essential library applications. This position will also investigate emerging technologies for use at the library and will assist with website maintenance. The Onsite IT Coordinator will act as liaison between the library’s outside IT contractor and staff.
This position is a regular full-time non-exempt employee, working under the direction of the Library Director. This position is on-site based at the Central Library. Some after-hours work may be required in emergency situations.
Director of Library Development (Administrative Librarian I)
Oklahoma Department of Libraries Under the direction of the Deputy Director, the Director of Library Development is responsible for ensuring quality library services in public libraries statewide by providing overall leadership and direction for the Office of Library Development. They will use their in-depth knowledge of the latest library and information services, principles of community and data-based decision making, and team management best practices to deploy forward-thinking ideas and align people, systems, and processes to achieve the organization’s overall strategy and initiatives.
Librarian III St. Stephens Branch LIbrary
Catawba County Library Catawba County Library System is recruiting for a professional Librarian III with excellent customer and information services, programming, collaboration, and outreach skills, who is enthusiastic about the value of early literacy and lifelong learning. The County seeks a superior coach and facilitator who can inspire teamwork and commitment while serving as the supervising librarian at the St. Stephens Branch Library. This Librarian III position will help implement the library’s comprehensive vision and mission - to empower lives and build our community by bringing people, information and ideas together. As the supervising librarian, this position facilitates and provides professional library services to customers of all ages, meeting the needs of the St. Stephens community and overseeing branch operations and personnel. Schedule includes rotating evenings and weekend to open/close library.
West Lafayette Public Library The Board of Trustees of the West Lafayette Public Library (IN) seeks a forward-focused and highly motivated individual to serve as its next Library Director. Serving the 44,600 residents of West Lafayette from a single 59,000 square foot downtown location with 9.53 FTE and a $1.1 million budget, WLPL is working every day to be the community’s center for lifelong learning, the collector of the community’s written and audio-visual heritage, and the gateway to resources within and beyond its walls... See link for full posting.
Librarian I - Youth Services
Lee County Libraries The chosen applicant will develop and facilitate children’s and teen programming reflecting the interests and needs of Lee County communities. Work is performed under the general direction of the Librarian III and the Director of Library Services. Responsible for the effective development, promotion, implementation and assessment of a variety of age appropriate programs, outreach and services offered to the Lee County communities; create, present, and evaluate programs for children and teens that are relevant to the interests of the community and STEAM goals of the schools; supervise daily operations of the Children’s Department at the Main Library; Assists with applying for and administering grant funds and grant programs; act as liaison with daycares, schools and child care centers and collaborates with other educators; represents the library at special community events as well as being a member of local committees focused on youth services; Assists with applying for and administering grant funds and grant programs for youth services; participates on the purchasing committee to assist with collection development and inventory maintenance; generates new library forms, flyers and publicity publications and assists with various library events or programs; contributes updates regarding youth services for website content, newsletter articles, calendar events, and media publicity; ability to offer quality customer service with a positive upbeat attitude and sensitivity to diverse populations with varying needs; able to perform skilled administrative work preparing required and requested reports and schedules for distribution, working with budget documents/systems, and related work as apparent or assigned; attend annual professional meetings, biennial NCLA conventions, and workshops; maintains displays in the Children and Teen Space departments that are engaging and exemplify library collection and/or services.
MCPL Librarian I (e-Resources), Grade 21 (Closes 3/15/2023) - see link for description
Library Assistant, Information Technology
Middle Georgia Regional Library Full-time, $15.00 per hour, 37.5 hours per week
The I.T. Library Assistant will be assigned to assist the I.T. department/staff with providing technical support for computer hardware, software, and peripherals. Additionally, the Library Assistant will provide end-user support for library staff and patrons.
View the full job posting, including application instructions and employment application at https://shorturl.at/cdAE5
Reference Librarian, Focus on Technology Services
Middle Georgia Regional Library Full-time, starting at $46,980, with an MLS/MLIS
Do you want to make a measurable and visible difference? Do you have a passion for developing and delivering public-facing technology services? If you have a strong commitment to public service, excellent communication and technology skills, and a track record of success working with lifelong learners, then Middle Georgia Regional Library invites you to apply for the position of Reference Librarian.
View the full job posting, including application instructions and employment application at https://shorturl.at/opCNZ
Fulton County Library System The purpose of this classification is to perform duties related to managing a community library branch location or a department or collection in a larger branch. Responsibilities include developing goals, objectives, policies, and procedures; developing and managing assigned area budget; serving as a community liaison for a library branch or functional area, and supervising assigned staff. Additional responsibilities include, organizing, leading, planning, directing and/or implementing outreach services, programs, initiatives and presentations. This classification is distinguished from Librarian, Principal in that this class manages a Library department or service.
Librarian II - Cataloger
Lee County Libraries The Librarian II performs original and copy cataloging based on current NC Cardinal and North Carolina State Library Standards. This position supervises the cataloging department by providing training and support for patrons and staff. Responsible for and supervises library cataloging operations, including bib cataloging and workflows in the cataloging department. Maintains quality control of records in the Integrated Library System (ILS) shared by members of the NC Cardinal Consortium. Classifies library materials and keeps records up-to-date and accurate. Works with NC Cardinal cataloging committee to ensure bibliographic record accuracy and to resolve database and access issues. Assists patrons in use of public access catalog, databases, Internet, genealogical, and other library resources. Seeks out grant opportunities for library services and assists in the management of grant applications and reports. Requires MLS; individuals in process of obtaining MLS will be considered with library experience.
Manager of Public Library and Archive Facilities
Georgia Public Library Service Job Summary
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the manager coordinates the administrative operation of the state's public library facilities program. Assist Executive Director in developing and implementing sound facility planning and construction programs for public libraries and archive facilities throughout the state of Georgia.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Architecture, Construction Management, Engineering, or related fields
Other Required Qualifications
To perform this job successfully, an individual must have knowledge of the Internet software, MS Outlook; Word and Excel, as well as, skilled in using numbers to calculate payments and in the use of grammatical standards.
Required Experience 2 - 5 years experience in the AEC industry.
Head of Special Collections and Archives
Clemson University Clemson Libraries seeks a dynamic, service-oriented, and collaborative Head of Special Collections and Archives (SC&A) to provide leadership and expertise at Clemson Libraries. This is a 12-month tenure-track faculty position and works under the direction of the Associate Dean for Collections and Discovery.
To view the full position description and to apply, please visit: http://apply.interfolio.com/122292.
Youth Services Coordinator
Wythe-Grayson Regional Library The Wythe-Grayson Regional Library System is seeking an energetic and creative Youth Services Coordinator to develop services and programs for ages birth to 17. This position is responsible for developing programs in-house and in the community for the designated age range; develop outreach services; reader’s advisory services for children and their caregivers; collection development in the Children’s and Young Adult circulating collection; collecting, recording, and interpreting statical data; understanding and complying with assigned budget categories; and developing positive community relationships with schools and organizations. An ideal candidate will be able to work independently with a minimum of supervision and as a member of a team; has experience in a library setting; and work well in a variety of settings.
Director of Libraries/Manager VI/Classification Grade 20
Appalachian Regional Library System The Director of Libraries provides professional leadership in planning, organizing, and directing the Appalachian Regional Library System under the general review of the regional library board. This employee works to meet staffing, materials, equipment, and facility needs for five public libraries in Ashe, Watauga, and Wilkes Counties. The regional director’s duties also include making recommendations to the governing board regarding hiring, promotion, or dismissal of management-level employees of the Appalachian Regional Library System; having extensive public contact and frequent conferences with library board members, government officials, and community leaders in all three counties; and maintaining professional relationships with the staff of the State Library of North Carolina, the North Carolina Public Library Directors’ Association, and state legislators.
Opelika Public Library This position is FLSA exempt (full-time). This position works with others in a library environment. The essential function of the position within the organization is to provide library services to children. The position is responsible for selecting and maintaining library materials, instructing part-time staff, planning and producing programs, and making presentations to groups of people. The position works under general supervision independently developing work methods and sequences.