Librarian, Technical Services
The Margaret Herrick Library is seeking a entry-level, resourceful, energetic, service oriented Librarian, Technical Services (LTS). The successful candidate will support and provide analog and digital processing, and general collection maintenance activities of the Technical Services Department (TSD). This fundamental member of the TSD team is supervised by the Scripts Librarian.
The Production Art Librarian is responsible for managing the library’s collections of production art, including costume and production design drawings, storyboards, title art, and animation cels and drawings. This is a full-time position in the Graphic Arts Department of the Margaret Herrick Library and reports to the Graphic Arts Librarian.
The Alice Austen House seeks an experienced and responsible Lead Photo Archivist to examine, assess and catalog the museum’s primary collection of Alice Austen’s photographs and related works on paper. The preferred candidate will be responsible for daily oversight of this term collections project including adherence to collections management protocol and will be supported in this endeavor by the Assistant Archivist. The culmination of this project will be a fully completed item level catalog of the museum’s photographic materials utilizing PastPerfect collections software, including identification of specific photographic process and item condition documentation. This position is project-based and grant-funded, and requires an availability to work on-site on Staten Island. The Lead Photo Archivist reports to the Executive Director.
Community Services Librarian (Full-Time)
The Suffolk Public Library is looking for a Community Services Librarian who will knock down barriers to access and bring services to where people are. We believe in connecting individuals and groups to information, ideas and experiences in any way possible, and we are looking for an innovative librarian to help strengthen our ability to take our services and programming beyond our walls and to new audiences. Being a member of the Outreach and Program Services team requires creative, collaborative work with a community focus. We are looking for a librarian who is committed to building relationships and constant community engagement.
Madison Public Library (MPL) is a dynamic organization that actively embraces the changing role of libraries, and was awarded the 2016 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. Our new Central Library opened in 2013, featuring a fully equipped media lab, gigabit connectivity, ample meeting rooms, and our critically acclaimed Bubbler program which has since been able to expand through major grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Our eight neighborhood libraries have similarly embraced new services and technology, such as our Meadowridge Library’s community kitchen that supports youth nutrition and food preparation programs. Employment at MPL means working alongside talented people who are deeply committed to service and making a difference in people’s lives. Our outstanding and collegial workforce is highly valued by the community, and includes staff members who have received national recognition or awards for their work. We value and support diverse perspectives, intellectual freedom, learning in all forms, collaboration, and innovation.