Library Director – Amery Area Public Library
The Amery Area Public Library seeks an experienced and energetic leader to direct the operations of their library and strengthen the library as an area destination. The library is a member of the Indianhead Federated Library System & MORE System.
Situated in Northwestern Wisconsin, in Polk County, the City of Amery is home to approximately 2,915 residents who enjoy all that this vibrant community has to offer. Known as the “City of Lakes,” Amery is located just 40 miles northeast of Minneapolis/St Paul, Minnesota and 70 miles northwest of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
* At least 1 year of experience providing instructional technology consulting and support
* Demonstrated ability to collaborate on complex projects with diverse teams (e.g., faculty, academic staff, graduate teaching assistants, librarians, technologists, and instructional designers)
* Strong communication skills and a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical colleagues
* Demonstrated ability to produce high-quality work while balancing priorities and managing deadlines
Due to retirement, the Lester Public Library of Rome, a SCLS award winning library, is looking for an energetic, tech-savy, community minded Director with a vision for the future.
The Town of Rome is a growing recreational community located 12 miles south of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin on State Highway 13. Abundant recreation includes four lakes, multiple golf courses, the Wisconsin Trap Shooting Complex, Tri-Norse Ski Jump, Dyracuse recreational park, and an active snowmobile club. Rome has a residential population of 2,900 with a surge to more than 12,000 over the summer months.
The Monroe Public Library is looking for a new team member to work eighteen hours
per week with the following schedule:
Tuesday 4pm – 9pm
Wednesday 2pm – 6pm
Thursday 8am – 12pm
Friday 9am – 2pm OR 1pm-6pm
Duties include participating in the planning and implementation of library programming
for children with a focus on programs for children under five years of age, conducting
story programs, craft programs, and other special events; interacting with library patrons
for reader’s advisory, and providing desk coverage in the children’s room and other
desks as needed. Opportunities for extra hours may sometimes be available.
Technology Services Coordinator
Wanted: Someone with wow! We want to be souped-up, not so-so. We want dark chocolate, not vanilla (apologies to vanilla). We want to “go outside” the library, not live inside. The possibilities are wide-open for you to accomplish your dreams in the tech universe.
Lead a high-energy staff responsible for front-line student and faculty services including circulation, interlibrary loan, course reserve and faculty delivery, which are some of the most recognized and in-demand services at the BYU Library. The Patron Services Librarian also oversees the Learning Commons, the busiest collaborative learning space in the library, and contributes to patron service assessments and leading change.
The National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship is a one-year residency program (with an optional second year) for recent library science graduates interested in a career in health sciences librarianship. The program combines curriculum and project work and is located at the National Library of Medicine on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland
The Associate Fellowship provides knowledge and skills in project work ranging from:
· Data analysis of programs and services such as extramural grants, indexed journal articles, controlled vocabularies, datasets, and customer inquiries
· Creation of online tutorials and educational awareness videos
· And more, including legislative tracking, web site enhancement, disaster information outreach studies, and review of next generation discovery interfaces
The UW-Madison Libraries invites applications for the position of Library Application Developer within its Shared Development Group. This position will work in a team of software developers and server admins on data processing and analytics work, and will bolster our efforts to instrument apps and collect data for assessment. SDG provides its developers with a balance between individual autonomy to design and build software central to the Libraries’ mission and a friendly, good-humored, and supportive network of colleagues across the Library.