Fremont Public Library District is looking for a creative, versatile, customer service-minded professional to help us increase our services to all ages from birth to 17. Preferred candidates will have strong technology skills and/or experience with early childhood programming. Fluency in Spanish is also a plus. Experience a range of services in a busy department that serves a diverse, friendly community.
We are pleased to announce that application requirements to become a resident for the upcoming Washington, D.C. class of the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) program are now available on our website, located at http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/ndsr/applicationinfo.html?loclr=ndsr. The site contains information about how to apply to the program as well as specific requirements. The D.C. residency will start in June 2015 and end in June 2016.
Brewer Public Library is seeking a full-time professional Youth Services Librarian to oversee the operations, planning, and implementation of comprehensive library services for children, teens, and parents. Candidate must be creative and innovative, encourage reading for enrichment and pleasure, foster literacy, and teach the use of the public library as a lifelong resource. Additional duties include collection development, cataloging, reader’s advisory, grant writing and fundraising, community outreach, and circulation. Some nights and weekends are required. Comprehensive salary and benefits.
The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County (PLYMC) is seeking an innovative and knowledgeable individual to lead the newly formed Collection Access Department. This area of the Library oversees both the physical and digital collection to ensure that Mahoning County residents are able to access the collection that they want and need, while keeping an eye on the fiscal stewardship that is the backbone of the institution. PLYMC is a county library system with 15 locations. Its newly adopted strategic plan, My Library 2020, includes an emphasis on developing fresher, more dynamic collections for the system including a larger, but more targeted selection of materials as well as shorter wait times for customers and a re-emphasis on the Main Library collection.
Woodland Public Library is seeking a dynamic, creative Teen Services Librarian who is excited to be working in a diverse community. Woodland Public Library is a single city library serving a town of 50,000. Join a team of librarians in serving our community.
This is a full time mid-management position supervised by Library Services Director or her designee. Performs professional library work, primarily related to teen services; to plan, organize and direct children and young adult programs; and to oversee activities in the children and YA/Teen sections of the library. This position will be required to work some weekends (Saturday and/or Sunday) as part of a scheduled workweek.
The Waidner-Spahr Library of Dickinson College seeks an innovative, enthusiastic, and service-driven librarian to join us in shaping services and collections for our humanities departments, including but not limited to Art History, English, Religion, and various interdisciplinary and language programs. Candidates must have at least 2 years’ experience developing and delivering curriculum-integrated information literacy programs, preferably including first-year audiences. Fluency in a Romance language is required. Candidates for this position must also demonstrate knowledge of visual literacies and be able to teach students how to find and effectively use visual media.