Now Hiring: Community Engagement Librarian Los Alamos County Public Library System
Los Alamos County Public Library System is looking for a dynamic, innovative librarian to be our Community Engagement Librarian. This newly created senior level position leads our efforts to develop, market, and deliver, innovative programs and services to meet community needs.
The Los Alamos County Library System welcomes applicants with public library experience, strong interpersonal and communications skills, and experience building multi-partner collaborations. The Community Engagement Librarian will collaborate with others to identify community needs, develop strategic programming goals and evaluate programs for effectiveness. This librarian will create and lead the programming team, supervise one library specialist and volunteers, write and manage grants, and market library programs and services including managing the library website and overseeing the library’s social media presence. Continue reading “Los Alamos, NM: Community Engagement Librarian, Los Alamos County Public Library System”
The following is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. This list of duties is illustrative only, and is not a comprehensive listing of all the functions and responsibilities performed.
Under minimal direction, perform a variety of duties of a complex nature within established policies and procedures in direct support of an academic library operation exercising considerable judgment and initiative.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintains 140+ journal and other library resource databases, continually monitoring ease of accessibility and user statistics of all databases for 3 campuses.
Maintains library web pages, assuring up to date, accurate information
Assures that the integrated library systems: Catalog, Library Guides, Inter- Library Loan Software and authentication systems, are operating efficiently linking all three campuses.
May provide reference assistance to patrons some evenings.
Trouble shoots library computers and other electronic equipment during evening hours.
Maintains and updates library computer services, working with database vendors and university IT department.
Supervises all phases of the Golden Student Success Center 15-20 hours per week.
Trains, supervises, and evaluates departmental student assistants.
Assists in the planning, direction and coordination of the operations of the department.
Performs other related duties as assigned Continue reading “Portales, NM: Library Systems Administrator Position, Eastern New Mexico University”
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Application Deadline: ongoing
The LANL Research Library seeks a forward-looking information professional to proactively deliver research consultation, instructional support, and outreach as a Graduate Research Assistant. Continue reading “Los Alamos, NM: Graduate Research Assistant, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Research Library”
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Application Deadline: August 10, 2018
The Tamarind Institute is seeking a detail-oriented individual who can work under limited supervision to oversee the business operations of the gallery, including management of all aspects of print sales. This position will work with marketing staff and the Director to implement and evaluate marketing strategies and expand the client base to reach quarterly sales goals. Oversee planning and execution of art fairs, receptions and other sales activities to cultivate new and existing clients. Coordinates invoicing and shipping for all print sales, and maintains communication with clients. Coordinates gallery schedule for 3 – 4 exhibitions annually and develops exhibitions and programs featuring Tamarind prints and Tamarind artists. Provides instruction to student printers and work-study students about best gallery practices. Participates in print publishing decisions with Tamarind’s Master Printer and Director. Continue reading “Albuquerque, NM: Gallery Manager, University of New Mexico”
Reporting to the Library Director, the incumbent provides a wide range of library services. The incumbent’s main responsibilities include public service, cataloging, and teaching information literacy to the students. Other responsibilities include the processing of new material and supervising job duties conducted by work-study students. The library uses OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services and this position is responsible for overseeing cataloging and circulation management in the system. Support IAIA’s mission, vision and core values.
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