Chicago, IL; Librarian I – Children’s, Thomas Hughes Chicago Public Library

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Librarian I – Children’s – Thomas Hughes
Chicago Public Library

Duties: Under supervision provide information and references to children and adults using both print and electronic resources. Use developmentally appropriate practices to develop and conduct play and active learning programming and experiences in Thomas Hughes Children’s Library (THCL) for children ages 0-5 years old and their caregivers. Plan, conduct and promote early learning programs which incorporate literacy and play. Plan, conduct and evaluate early STEAM, literacy and art programs in space. Conduct daily play and learning opportunities on the floor of THCL. Provide reader’s advisory services including compiling and updating booklist and using collection development aids. Instruct patrons in the use of library resources both print and electronic. Conduct tours of the branch and design and give presentation about library services to children and young adults. Plan, produce publicize, conduct and evaluate a wide variety of programs such as early literacy story times, book clubs, family story times, and special community events. Implement and evaluate system wide programs such as the summer learning challenge and library card campaign. Establish and maintain working relations with schools and other community organizations to promote library services to students, teachers and parents. Responsible for all phases of collection development including evaluating, ordering, weeding and processing. Develop and evaluate special collections. Seek outside support for library programs. Oversee that exhibits, displays, and bulletin boards are set up and maintained. Supervise and train volunteers. Maintain records and prepare reports. Attend workshops, meetings, and training courses as assigned. Perform related duties as required.

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Chicago, IL; Librarian II – Children’s, Archer Heights Chicago Public Library

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Librarian II – Children’s (Archer Heights)
Chicago Public Library

Duties: First Assistant. Under the supervision of the branch manager, design, plan; publicize and conduct a comprehensive programming schedule for children and teens. Responsible for collection development and management of the children’s/juvenile department. Establish and maintain relationships with neighborhood’s schools and community groups. Administer city-wide Children’s Services programs such as the Summer Learning Challenge. Seek outside support for library programs and evaluate these programs based on the needs of the community. Assist with Library Card Campaigns. Provide reference and reader guidance services to all patrons including Internet and other media instruction. Supervise and train clerical, paraprofessional and professional staff. Act as person in charge in the absence of the branch manager. Assist with adult services as needed. Attend regular meetings, workshops and training courses. Perform related duties as required.

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Chicago, IL; Librarian I – Children’s, Richard J. Daley Chicago Public Library

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Librarian I – Children’s (Richard J. Daley)
Chicago Public Library

Duties: Under supervision provide information and references to children and parents using both print and electronic resources. Provide reader’s advisory services including compiling and updating booklist and using collection development aids. Instruct patrons in the use of library resources both print and electronic. Conduct tours of the branch and design and give presentation about library services to children and young adults. Plan, produce publicize, conduct and evaluate a wide variety of programs such as early literacy story times, book clubs, family story times, and special community events. Implement and evaluate system wide programs such as the summer learning challenge and library card campaign. Establish and maintain working relations with schools and other community organizations to promote library services to students, teachers and parents. Responsible for all phases of collection development including evaluating, ordering, deselecting and processing. Develop and evaluate special collections. Seek outside support for library programs. Oversee that exhibits, displays, and bulletin boards are set up and maintained. Supervise and train volunteers. Maintain records and prepare reports. Attend workshops, meetings, and training courses as assigned. Perform related duties as required.

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Chicago, IL; Librarian I, Chicago Public Library

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Librarian I – Children’s – Douglass
Chicago Public Library

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Duties: Under supervision provide information and references to children and parents using both print and electronic resources. Provide reader’s advisory services including compiling and updating booklist and using collection development aids. Instruct patrons in the use of library resources both print and electronic. Conduct tours of the branch and design and give presentation about library services to children and young adults. Plan, produce publicize, conduct and evaluate a wide variety of programs such as early literacy story times, book clubs, family story times, and special community events. Implement and evaluate system wide programs such as the summer learning challenge and library card campaign.

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Madison, WI; Community Engagement Librarian, Madison Public Library

COMP. GROUP/RANGE: 33/01

JOB TYPE: PERMANENT FULL TIME

DEPARTMENT: Library

OPENING DATE: 05/11/17

CLOSING DATE: 06/11/17 11:59 PM

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Important:

There are two (2) supplemental essay questions on the job posting.
Applications received without attached essay responses will immediately be eliminated from consideration.
Attach your written response in the attachment section of your application.
To view the questions, click on the Supplemental Question tab OR view the bottom section of the job bulletin

Women and people of color are encouraged to apply

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Madison, WI: Prospect Development Analyst – Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association

Contact Name: Mia Kahl Contact Email : mia.kahl@supportuw.org Institution/Organization Name: Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association Job Location: Madison, WI Job Title: Prospect Development Analyst Application Deadline : 05/12/2017 Years of Experience Required: 1 year Link to Job Posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=uwfound&ccId=19000101_000001&type=JS&lang=en_US Continue reading Madison, WI: Prospect Development Analyst – Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association

Amherst, Massachusetts; Data Services Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Data Services Librarian
Librarian III or IV

UMass Amherst, the flagship campus of the University of Massachusetts system, sits on nearly 1,450 acres in the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, 90 miles from Boston and 175 miles from New York City. The campus provides a rich cultural environment in a rural setting close to major urban centers.

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Rhinelander, WI; LTE Information and Access Services Specialist, Nicolet Area Technical College

Position Summary:
Under the general supervision of the Manager of Library Services, the LTE Information and Access Services Specialist will be responsible for the student experience with the Library. The Specialist is responsible for managing all aspects of circulation of library resources, delivery of library instruction and reference service in the Library and throughout campus, will participate in campus-wide collaborative efforts when appropriate, and outreach and promotion of the Library.

This is a limited-term position through June 30, 2018, which may be extended.

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Seattle, WA; English Studies Librarian & Research Commons Librarian, University of Washington Libraries

THE LIBRARIES

Serving three campuses, the University of Washington Libraries is one of the largest and most innovative libraries in North America with collections exceeding 9 million volumes, over 500,000 electronic books, more than 120,000 currently received journal titles, as well as millions of scholarly resources in other formats. Beyond the strength of local collections and digital resources, the Libraries is recognized for its excellent service, innovative learning and research spaces, faculty partnerships, global reach, extensive assessment efforts and diverse award-winning staff. The Libraries plays a significant leadership role regionally as a member in the groundbreaking Orbis Cascade Alliance and throughout the profession as evidenced by the number of its staff selected for competitive leadership programs and honored by professional association lifetime achievement awards.

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Starkville, MS; Library Faculty Position, Mississippi State University Library

The Mississippi State University Libraries is looking for a creative colleague to join our team! The Assistant Professor/Thesis-Dissertation Format Review Librarian will supervise the Office of Thesis and Dissertation Review in the Mississippi State University Libraries. This office works with graduate students, faculty, and the MSU Graduate School to assist students in the thesis and dissertation process. The MSU Libraries is a founding member of … Continue reading Starkville, MS; Library Faculty Position, Mississippi State University Library