Portland, ME: Learning Commons Coordinator, Maine College of Art

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Maine College of Art (MECA) seeks a Learning Commons Coordinator. This is a full-time position with duties commencing on or about September 1, 2018. The Learning Commons Coordinator at Maine College of Art is a newly designed position tasked with developing and implementing the vision for a learning commons that will bring together the library and tutorial services. In an effort to bridge the College’s academic services and supports, the Learning Commons Coordinator will oversee MECA’s Learning Studio, manage tutoring and research support, oversee the day-to-day maintenance of the library collection, and will teach two courses each year. As an integral component of the research and support services provided by the College, the position will interface closely with faculty, students, staff, and the larger MECA community to help meet the academic goals and mission of the library as well as the institution at large. Continue reading “Portland, ME: Learning Commons Coordinator, Maine College of Art”


Augusta, ME: Associate Law Librarian, Maine State Legislature- Law and Legislative Reference Library

The Maine Legislature’s Law and Legislative Reference Library, a nonpartisan staff office of the Legislative Council, is seeking a full-time Associate Law Librarian.  Ideal candidates should value public service and be enthusiastic about supporting the important work of the Maine Legislature.  Ideal candidates possess a Master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited program; possess strong organizational and time management skills with attention to detail; demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills; and have the ability to work as an effective team member and a willingness to be trained in other areas of the library.  An employee in this position must work in a highly confidential and nonpartisan manner. 

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Bangor, ME; Library Director, Bangor Public Library

The Bangor Public Library seeks a dynamic, visionary, and community-minded leader
with proven administrative, fiscal and public service experience as its next Library
Director. This unique opportunity is available due to the current Library Director’s
retirement after 27 years of service. The candidate will promote proactive leadership in
technology integration while interacting with elected and appointed officials to foster
collaborative relationships throughout the community and among all library constituents.

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