Part-time Organizational and PR Assistant – Bixby Memorial Library (Vergennes, VT)

Varied tasks include organizing staff and events calendars, creating posters, working with website and newsletter, posting on social media, scheduling building use, interacting with customers on the floor and at the circulation desk.  Candidates should be organized, proficient with electronic devices, possess basic writing skills and know how to navigate social media.  Part-time, 15-20 flexible hours per week.  To find out more contact Bixby Director jane.spencer@bixbylibrary.org  or send a resume to apply.

Library Director, Part-time – Petersburgh Public Library (Petersburgh, NY)

The Petersburgh Public Library, a small municipal library located in eastern Rensselaer County, seeks an energetic, passionate, experienced person for the position of Library Director. This is a part-time position scheduled to work 20 hours per week. The position requires a candidate with an associate’s degree or equivalent and demonstrated communication, interpersonal, and computer skills. Experience in library collection and program development, staff and volunteer supervision, and familiarity with the library’s service community would be highly desirable. Starting salary is $17,160 per year. A copy of thejob description is available on the library’s website at: http://www.petersburghpubliclibrary.org/?page_id=15.

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Reference Services and Historical Collections Librarian – Rockingham Free Public Library (Bellows Falls, VT)

The Rockingham Free Public Library seeks an enthusiastic, collegial and service-oriented individual to provide excellent customer service as the Reference and Historical Collection Librarian. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and patrons, expert knowledge of library reference services and current technology, including the ability to manage and troubleshoot software and equipment.

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Cataloging Bibliographer – GOBi Library Solutions (Contoocook, NH)

The main responsibility of the Cataloging Bibliographer is to perform subject analysis and classification along with descriptive cataloging up to full level on a broad range and depth of materials. Materials analyzed include print, visual, audio and digital resources. Classification schemes used are Library of Congress Classification, Dewey Decimal, National Library of Medicine and Canadian Classification for history, law and literature. Library of Congress and Medical Subject Headings are applied. The work of the Cataloging Bibliographer is conducted to support approval plan profiling and order fulfillment. The person in this position creates metadata records applying the RDA standard using the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Records to support the provision of products supplied by Library Technical Services to accompany purchased content.

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Program and Systems Librarian – Stowe Free Library (Stowe, Vermont)

The Stowe Free Library is seeking a technical savvy, customer service and detail oriented individual to fill the position of Program and Systems Librarian to assist in fulfilling its mission: “to welcome, to inspire, to enrich the mind.” Stowe’s cherished municipal library is located within the historic Helen Day Memorial Building in the village of Stowe, a premier four-season resort community with a population of 4,500. The library houses a collection of 35,000 volumes and receives 140,000 annual visits.Read More

Library Media Assistant – Rutland City Public Schools (Rutland, VT)

We seek an experienced, energetic, library/media assistant (paraprofessional) to serve Rutland High School and the Stafford Technical Center. The Successful candidate will assist the library/media specialist in the delivery of library, media, and information technology services to students and staff at Rutland High School and Stafford Technical Center. The assistant helps to manage a library/media collection, supervises the space, and works directly with students and teachers to serve their progress toward meeting proficiencies in the school-wide curriculum. Experience in the use and application of new media is a must. The work can range daily from clerical support for the collection, maintenance of a productive learning space, lifting and some cleaning, consulting with teachers on available resources, and assisting students to further their learning.Read More

Library Paraeducator, .6 – The Integrated Arts Academy (Burlington, VT)

The Integrated Arts Academy seeks a Library Paraeducator to assist the Library Media Specialist in operating and implementing the educational objectives of the learning center. The successful applicant will assist classroom teachers and the Library Media Specialist in supervising students and helping students locate library resources. This will include basic instructional technology support for students using 1:1 technology as well as desktop computers and printers. The position requires a staff member proficient in the use of technology applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, email, internet browsers, search engines and databases.Read More

Adult Programming Librarian – Waterbury Public Library (Waterbury, VT)

Waterbury Public Library (Waterbury, Vermont) has an opening for a half-time Adult Program Librarian. This position is responsible for developing, scheduling, and promoting a variety of programs for adults in their early twenties through the post-retirement years. Creative ideas and strong writing and computer skills are essential. Library experience and a customer service background are preferred. The schedule has some flexibility, but does require some evening and occasional Saturday hours.  Work as part of team in a bright, beautiful, new library.  If this sounds intriguing, please send your cover letter, a résumé and a brief writing sample without delay to mary@waterburypubliclibrary.com. This position will be open until filled.

Library Assistant – Library for the Blind & Physically Disabled (Vermont Department of Libraries, Berlin, VT)

The Vermont Department of Libraries is seeking a skilled and motivated Library Assistant to work at the Vermont Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (LBPH), located in Berlin, Vermont. The LBPH is a regional library of the National Library Service for the Blind & Physically Handicapped and provides special format materials to eligible Vermont citizens who are print disabled. The LBPH collection includes digital “talking books,” braille, and downloadable digital “talking books.”

The successful candidate will be able to perform administrative, technical, clerical, customer service, and public relations duties to advance the work of the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Duties include: direct customer service to users of the LBPH program; oversight of the additions and withdrawls of “talking books” in the LBPH collection; assisting patrons in signing up for and using the online BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) service; cataloging and maintenance of bibliographic records in the “talking books” library catalog; oversight of the daily labelling and mailing operation; maintaining computer records and patron files; and, using a variety of print and online tools to make reading suggestions for patrons.

This person may also work with volunteers in the local recording program and may work with personnel in state institutions that provide library services to their clients. The job requires use of the specialized KLAS library software system; use of computers and standard computer applications, including Word and Excel; communication with Vermont libraries and partner organzations across the state; assisting library patrons in-person and by phone and electronic means; production of PR materials such as bookmarks; coordinating printing projects; website maintenance; collecting statistics; and writing reports. This person must be able to work effectively with special populations, including the blind, disabled, and aged. Typical work environment is an office setting with library collections and mail center, but the Library Assistant may be required to do some travel in-state, which may require personal means of transportation, and may be assigned to attend meetings out-of-state. Duties are performed under the general supervision of the Library Consultant to Special Populations.

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, with work experience in customer or public service and with information technology; OR Bachelor’s Degree, including Library Science coursework; OR Bachelor’s Degree with at least 6 months of work experience in a library.

Preferred: Experience working in a library; interest in books and reading.

Job Code:

Position: 780026

Pay Plan: Classified

Job Specification: Librarian A

Pay Grade: PG18

Application Deadline: December 20, 2016

Apply online at State of Vermont: http://humanresources.vermont.gov/careers/search-andapply-jobs Candidates must include a resume and cover letter with their online application.

Full-time (40 hours)