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Library Manager - Allegra Westbrooks Regional
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library The Regional Library Manager is responsible for the daily operations of larger-scaled branch of Charlotte Mecklenburg County Library System including supervising, training, scheduling staff, providing information and services, and modeling superior customer service. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: Minimum of seven years of varied and increasing library and leadership experience. Education: Master's degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution. Combination of relevant education and relevant experience accepted?: Yes Please use link below to access full job description and apply!
Librarian - Instruction and Student Success
Central Piedmont Community College This position provides reference and instructional services, and manages a functional area or campus library, including supervision and responsibility for projects and part-time staff. A Librarian is expected to demonstrate and maintain competence in each of the following functional areas.
The Instruction and Student Success Librarian encourages student success by providing reference and instructional services, contributing to public service projects, and outreach to faculty and student support services across the College.
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Digital Strategies & Systems Librarian
Winthrop University Join a welcoming team that’s transforming library and campus community culture by offering a sense of place, purpose, value, and belonging on the Winthrop campus and in the surrounding community. The Ida Jane Dacus Library seeks a solution-focused, collaborative, and advocacy-oriented Digital Strategies and Systems Librarian who leverages current and emerging standards and practices to ensure the integrity of the Library and Archives’ discovery, repository, and other technological systems and associated hardware and software.
Reporting to the Head of Content Services, the Digital Strategies & Systems Librarian works collaboratively with library and archives employees, as well as campus-wide partners and vendors to provide leadership in the maintenance and development of the library’s integrated library system, website, and institutional repository. This person in this role provides collegial guidance in associated policies, workflows, and procedures in order to support the teaching and scholarship of the Winthrop community. The successful candidate implements a guiding leadership ethos, applies creative approaches to problem solving, and considers the Association of College & Research Libraries’ Core Organizational Values – and Winthrop University’s values – of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in their daily and collaborative work.
This is a 12-month tenure-track faculty position, and rank will be assigned at the assistant or associate level, commensurate with experience.
Technical Services Librarian
West Baton Rouge Parish Library Coordinates collection development functions including material selection and budgeting. Reviews on an on-going basis the collections, selecting materials to provide a balanced collection and directing systematic weeding of collections. Responsible for coordinating, compiling and reviewing orders. Responsible for all activities related to materials acquisition, processing and classification. Responsible for supervising the library’s technical services staff, coordinating with other library services and automation activities. Coordinates materials donations. Develops collections, as needed. Performs professional duties requiring the exercise of professional skill, initiative and independent judgement. Assignments are given in broad terms of general objectives and performed with administrative direction only.
Director of Archives
University of South Carolina Lancaster The University of South Carolina Lancaster, a regional campus of the University of South Carolina located approximately thirty-five (35) miles south of Charlotte, NC, seeks candidates for a tenure-track faculty librarian position as Director of Archives beginning August 16, 2022.
The Director of Archives handles collection development decisions based on knowledge of regional history and culture, awareness of archival standards and trends, and understanding user needs. The Director is responsible for:
- Initiating and participating in outreach, reference, and collection development activities for Special Collections and Archives. - Initiating collection development by maintaining and cultivating donor relations, appraising potential collections, and acquiring/accessioning collections that meet the archive’s collection development policies - Providing access to archival collections by creating finding aids, collection-level records, and metadata descriptions and maintains a database on collections, storage space allocations, provenance, and usage rights - Following professional archival best practices to ensure appropriate acquisition, arrangement, description, preservation, and use of materials in the USCL collections. - Working in a culturally sensitive manner when archiving materials such as Native American artifacts and records.
Scholarship, advising, and university/community service are expected.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to USC Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center including its mission of outreach to Native American communities.
Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Community Engagement Librarian
Alamance County Public Libraries Alamance County Public Libraries (ACPL) is seeking a Librarian II - Community Engagement Librarian with experience coordinating county-wide planning and provision of library events, learning programs and outreach services. The Community Engagement Librarian will develop partnerships with residents, community leaders, and community organizations across diverse populations and offer expertise, leadership, and guidance to the outreach and programming teams for producing thoughtful, creative, and useful programs, resources, and services in response to those partnerships.
The Community Engagement Librarian will promote library programs, resources, and services to create awareness and engagement with the library. This position supervises the Home-Bound Books program as well as the Mobile Café and Mobile Library (bookmobile) and the Adult and Youth Programming Coordinators.
Digital Library Technician, NC Digital Collections (part time, temporary)
State Library of North Carolina The Digital Services Section of the SLNC Government & Heritage Library is hiring a Digital Library Technician to work with the NC Digital Collections (digital.ncdcr.gov). This is a grant funded, temporary (through at least 6/30/22), part time (25 hrs/wk), on-site position in Raleigh. Days/hours flexible, within normal business hours (M-F 8-5). Selected candidate must wear a face mask at work and either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or commit to weekly COVID-19 testing. This position is an excellent opportunity for a graduate student interested in cultural heritage resources, digital information management, collection management, or digital libraries.
Position will: assist with digitization of state government publications, following digitization processes which include metadata creation; upload items into the digital asset management system (CONTENTdm); conduct quality checks; prepare items for preservation storage; communicate new additions to digital collections to staff/users. May work on other digital projects as needed.
Qualified candidates must possess: basic knowledge and understanding of current practices, policies, and trends in LIS related to digital and special libraries/archives; experience working with content or digital asset management systems (e.g., Drupal, WordPress, CONTENTdm); basic knowledge of metadata standards (e.g., Dublin Core, METS) or cataloging standards.
Management preferences: basic knowledge of standard operating systems and information technologies, current scanning hardware/software, image editing software, Adobe Suite, MS Office; strong organizational, customer service, written/verbal communication skills, attention to detail; experience using scanning devices for digitization.
Minimum of HS diploma/GED and 2 years’ experience in library services, office support, or related field required; or equivalent combination of education/experience. $16-$18/hr. If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library Program Specialist - Youth Services
Iredell County Public Library DESCRIPTION:
Under general supervision, performs specialized Library work assisting in planning and organizing a program of services for children and youth in the County Library. Work involves designing and presenting age appropriate programs and events and providing technical and reference assistance to Library patrons. Employee must exercise initiative and independent judgment in program development. Employee must also exercise considerable tact and courtesy in frequent contacts with library patrons. Reports to the Youth Services Manager.
Starting Salary: $34,885.24 / $2,500 New Hire Sign on Bonus
Graduation from High School and experience working with the public in a Library setting; college degree preferred; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities.
Possession of a valid North Carolina Driver’s License may be required for some positions.
The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina The Citadel’s Daniel Library is seeking a librarian who can work until 10:00 PM Sunday-Thursday, and 9:00 PM in the summer. This person will bring a positive and creative approach to problem solving, serving as a collaborative colleague and partner in relationship building. This person will be a strong presence in the campus community, building and maintaining close relationships with faculty and students in order to meet their teaching, learning, research, and publication needs. This position includes instruction and reference to engage students in the learning process by providing instruction sessions, workshops, and online guides and tutorials. They will provide individual research assistance, including consultations, and participate in collection development. They will serve as liaison to campus groups and academic disciplines. The Daniel Library at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina invites applications for a Reference and Instruction Librarian. This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenured faculty position.
Research and Instruction Support Specialist (Temporary)
Western Carolina University Western Carolina University invites applications for the position of Part-time/Temporary Reference Support Specialist. This position will provide virtual and face-to-face reference service and assist with library collections review and update. The successful candidate will be professionally engaged, inquisitive, creative, and up to the challenge of serving a growing and evolving campus community.
Research & Instruction Librarian - Education Liaison
Western Carolina University The librarian in this position provides a full range of user education, reference, outreach, and collection development services including in-depth research assistance to students and faculty in the School of Teaching and Learning and the Department of Human Services. The person in this position will also work in conjunction with and supervise one full-time staff member in the Curriculum Materials Center and provide general reference assistance. This is a 12-month, tenure-track position, reporting to the RIS department head. Position is available immediately. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Anticipated salary range is $53,000 to $55,000. 24 days of annual vacation leave.
NC Cardinal Training Specialist
State Library of North Carolina The NC Cardinal Training Specialist is the primary instructional designer and trainer for NC Cardinal, providing training and documentation for reports, circulation, cataloging, and acquisitions modules incorporating synchronous and asynchronous delivery methods. This position also provides front-line support for configuration, trouble-shooting and resolution of basic issues in NC Cardinal’s Evergreen Integrated Library System (ILS) application. The position works primarily with public library staff to answer ILS application support questions, investigate and resolve daily operational problems, and prepare reports to support library operations.
Instructional Services Librarian
Central Carolina Community College At Central Carolina Community College, we create transformative lifelong learning opportunities! We expect all employees to find ways to remove barriers to student success and provide all students a pathway to achievable dreams. Our employees are charged to recognize the challenges we face and to respond to them with empathy, understanding, and a willingness to help.
The Instructional Services Librarian leads Central Carolina Community College’s Library and Information Literacy instructional services, both online and for seated classes. The person in this role is responsible for delivering synchronous and asynchronous online instructional content for students; developing a consistent learning scaffold based on best practices and emerging research in instructional design; promoting the instruction program; Scheduling and overseeing instruction by other library professionals; and measuring and reporting on the program’s impact. This person will also work as part of an inter-departmental team to facilitate the college’s commitment to OER. Additionally, this position will provide regular virtual and in-person reference services and circulation assistance, and collaborate on programming and events for the Lee county campus library.
Librarian II - Community Engagement
Alamance County Public Libraries Alamance County Public Libraries (ACPL) is seeking a Librarian II - Community Engagement Librarian with experience coordinating county-wide planning and provision of library events, learning programs and outreach services.
The Community Engagement Librarian will develop partnerships with residents, community leaders, and community organizations across diverse populations and offer expertise, leadership, and guidance to the outreach and programming team for producing thoughtful, creative, and useful programs, resources, and services in response to those partnerships.
The librarian will promote library programs, resources, and services to create awareness and engagement with the library. This position supervises the Home-Bound Books program as well as the Mobile Café and Mobile Library (bookmobile) and the Adult and Youth Programming Coordinators.
Hiring Range for this position: $44,380 - $51,000 based on experience.
Please see the official posting for more information. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/alamancenc/jobs/3135008/librarian-ii-community-engagement?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Part Time Library Assistant I
Lee County Libraries The PT Library Assistant I is under the immediate supervision of the Circulation Supervisor and performs clerical and other library work as assigned. This position requires availability on nights and weekends for 9-15 hours per week. Essential functions include: Meet the library’s customer service standards in all interactions with the public and staff; Performs circulation desk duties including but not limited to answering phones, assisting patrons, creating library card accounts, checking in and out materials, placing holds, collecting fines; Assists patrons with faxes, copies, retrieves prints and performs basic computer support as requested; Assist patron with ready-reference questions and reader advisory, bibliographic instruction and database searching; Answers directional questions and refers patrons to appropriate personnel; Fulfills material requests for other NC Cardinal Libraries; Checks in deliveries of interlibrary loan materials; Maintain public safety and security by enforcing the library’s code of conduct; Shelves, shelf reads and keeps the library organized and user-friendly including maintaining library exhibits and displays as requested; Guides pages, volunteers and interns as directed by supervisor.
Electronic Resources and Cataloging Librarian
Columbia College J. Drake Edens Library at Columbia College seeks an energetic, friendly, service-oriented, and collaborative librarian who will serve as the Electronic Resources and Cataloging Librarian. This is an on-site, full time 11-month tenure-track position at the Assistant Librarian level. Reporting to the Library Director, this position is one of five staff who work collaboratively to support students, faculty, and staff in an inclusive community. Faculty expectations include participating in faculty governance, committee memberships, scholarship, service to the profession, and service to the College.
Administer all aspects of the Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries (PASCAL) shared library services platform (Alma/Primo VE) Administer access and provide technical support to library databases, and other library electronic resources Manage electronic services, EZproxy (moving to OpenAthens) Run reports and compile statistics upon request and annually Work in cooperation with library staff to implement enhancements to librarys resources or services. Provide training and information to library staff on optimizing usage of all electronic resources Develop and maintain policies, procedures, and other needed documentation concerning electronic resources Catalog all materials using the Alma/Primo VE shared library services platform Provide in-person and virtual reference service to students, faculty, and staff Maintain and create LibGuides Work a night a week and participate in the weekend rotation Required qualifications:
Masters Degree from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited Masters program (MLS/MLIS) Knowledge of integrated library system, Alma/Primo VE Ability to work collaboratively and independently in support of library initiatives Preferred qualifications:
Knowledge of Omeka System software Flexibility, initiative, and a sense of humor Willingness to take on other projects
Davidson County Public Library System Performs responsible professional library and supervisory work in circulation, reference and information & referral at the Main Library Branch in Lexington.
Library Associate I - Community Engagement
Davidson County Public Library System An employee in this position is responsible for circulation, programming, outreach, and leadership.
Evening/Weekend Information Services Librarian
South Piedmont Community College The Evening/Weekend Information Services Librarian is a full-time 12-month position. Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Library Services, the Evening/Weekend Information Services Librarian is responsible for providing reference services in-person and online; for the identification, evaluation, integration, and instruction of print and electronic information resources and new technologies; for participation in the Library Liaison program; for the oversight of the SPCC Library Website, and to help develop the Library's presence in the online course management system. Must be self-directed, well-organized, and be able to meet deadlines and multiple demands. Flexibility, creativity, energy and the ability to work in a dynamic Learning Commons environment with colleagues in a goal-oriented library program is necessary. The position will require evening and weekend hours, and travel between multiple campuses.
Evening Services Librarian | Daniel Library
The Citadel The Citadel’s Daniel Library is seeking a librarian who can work until 10:00 PM Sunday-Thursday, and 9:00 PM in the summer. This person will bring a positive and creative approach to problem solving, serving as a collaborative colleague and partner in relationship building. This person will be a strong presence in the campus community, building and maintaining close relationships with faculty and students in order to meet their teaching, learning, research, and publication needs. This position includes instruction and reference to engage students in the learning process by providing instruction sessions, workshops, and online guides and tutorials. They will provide individual research assistance, including consultations, and participate in collection development. They will serve as liaison to campus groups and academic disciplines.
The Daniel Library at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina invites applications for a Reference and Instruction Librarian. This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenured faculty position.
The Citadel, located in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina, consistently ranks as the #1 Public College in the South (offering up to a master’s degree) in U.S. News & World Report’s Education Rankings. Charleston continuously wins awards for friendliness, best restaurants, tourist attractions, beaches, and more.
The successful candidate will be expected to:
Work in a team environment, with a focus on continuously enhancing the user experience Provide research and technology assistance through individual consultations at the Research and Information Desk, through virtual reference services, and during library instruction sessions Maintain contact with liaison area faculty members to provide services, information, and collection development Develop online library LibGuides for general and specific course curriculum Teach instructional sessions at all degree levels, to include the freshman orientation
Fayetteville State University look at the link here and apply online.
Library Services Engineer
EBSCO The Library Services Engineers (LSE a.k.a. Sales Engineer) are dedicated to increasing sales and adoption of EBSCO technology enabled products internationally through field sales engineering, customer satisfaction driven creative technical solutions, delivering customer input directly into the software development lifecycle, and technology partnership management. The LSE is the primary technical advisor and product advocate for the regional Sales team and most important customers, responsible for UI customizations and extensions, API integration, and small app development. We are all librarians, and have a super supportive team along with lots of opportunities for travel when that is possible!