The Center for Railroad Photography & Art is seeking a new full-time Archives Manager.
The Archives Manager oversees more than 200,000 photographs in the Center’s Railroad
Heritage Visual Archive. As a vital team member of the Center, the Archives Manager will also assist the Executive Director in day-to-day office assignments while providing
supervision to several graduate student interns and volunteers. The Archives Manager will also create writing materials, manage social media content, and act as a liaison with the Center’s archival partner, Lake Forest College, and any other interested parties.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Treat all current and new collections with proper archival procedures
o Description and arrangement
o Processing and digitizing
o Metadata entry and creating finding aids
o Accessibility including a strong social media presence
• Supervise graduate student interns and volunteers
• Various administrative tasks as required, including:
o Maintaining membership records
o Preparing mailings
o Running errands (post office, storage facility, etc.)
Lakeshores Library System (LLS) seeks a service-oriented individual to join our organization in late 2017 as a Technology Services Specialist. This individual would, as part of a team, be responsible for learning, developing, deploying and coordinating a broad range of technology-related services and programs. An ideal skill-set would include both “hard” IT skills and “soft” interpersonal skills.
The Prescott Public Library is seeking an organized, energetic, and forward thinking professional leader to manage the library operations and to plan, direct and coordinate its programs of service.
Prescott, Wisconsin is located at the confluence of the Mississippi and St. Croix rivers and has a population of 4,300. Prescott offers small town living combined with the proximity to the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN metropolitan areas. The Prescott Library serves the surrounding Wisconsin townships as well as the city and has a circulation of 60,000 items.
NC LIVE is seeking an Electronic Resources Librarian to ensure that North Carolinians can easily access NC LIVE’s collection of over 500,000,000 online articles, eBooks and streaming videos. These resources are a combination of owned, subscribed, on-demand, and Open Access resources available to the citizens of North Carolina. The Electronic Resources Librarian plays a key role in our day-to-day operations by maintaining various points of access to these resources, including through our discovery system, knowledge base and various vendor interfaces.
The Electronic Resources Librarian will also provide support to libraries as they integrate NC LIVE content into their local systems; assess resources and services by analyzing and reporting on usage trends; monitor and assist in the resolution of access issues related to NC LIVE content and services; and serve as liaison to one Advisory Committee
This role provides and promotes effective delivery of virtual reference services that facilitate student development and achievement of learning outcomes. This position is highly customer focused, and is often the first point of contact with the library staff. This position reports to the Supervisor – Reference Services and works cooperatively with other library staff to support library services for both Reference Services and Access Services.
The Portage Public Library is seeking applications for a full time Adult Services Librarian. This is a management level position- the Adult Services Librarian directly supervises 2 to 3 library assistants, is a member of the library Leadership Team along with other department heads, and serves as backup to the Library Director. Duties include serving Portage area residents through collection development, reference services, technology services, and overseeing adult programming and outreach. The Adult Services Librarian will also provide reference services to library users of all ages at the information desk. This position requires regular evening and Saturday work.
Library Director – Frederic Public Library (search extended)
The Frederic Public Library seeks a well-organized and energetic leader to direct the operations of their library. The library is part of the Indianhead Federated Library System and MORE system and serves a community of 1,135 with a service area of 3,917 residents in northwestern Wisconsin. The Village of Frederic is a rural Polk County community located 90 minutes northeast of the Twin Cities on State Highway 35.
Responsibilities: The Library Director reports to a 7-member Board of Trustees and is responsible for the overall management of the library. Essential duties include building and maintaining our collection, managing the library budget, supervising the library staff, and promoting the library within the Village of Frederic and the surrounding area.
Director Job Opening
The Nicolet Federated Library System seeks a strong library advocate and experienced public library leader to serve as its next System Director. The candidate will provide NFLS and its communities a direction for the future, engaging its members in strategic planning and working in the current budgetary environment. The candidate will be the System voice for the future as he/she works with community leaders to advocate for public library systems across Wisconsin.
The Wyocena Library Board is seeking a Library Director for the Wyocena Public Library. The position requires a minimum of a Grade 3 library director certification, or working toward certification. Some in-library experience is preferred. The position is 10-15 hours per week (schedule is flexible) at the rate of $11-$11.75 per hour. No residency requirement. By October 13, 2017, send letter of interest, resume, copy of college transcript and references to:
Linda R. Balsiger, Wyocena Library Trustee
P.O. Box 682
Wyocena, WI 53969
Washington State University has an exciting opportunity for a creative, agile, self-directed Research Data Management Librarian interested in working within the healthcare field. This one-year fellowship, supported by the Grace and Harold Sewell Memorial Fund, will begin as soon as possible.
The Sewell Fellow will be working in the newly formed The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine’s Technology Incubator.