Library Media Specialist – Alburgh Community Education Center (Alburgh, VT)

The Alburgh School District in the Grand Isle Supervisory Union is seeking a dynamic and motivated school librarian. The ideal candidate will meet the following expectations:

  • Excellent academic background, including a Master’s Degree or endorsement in library and information science
  • Previous experience working in a school library setting
  • Ability to oversee all library functions at the school level
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience in collection development
  • Current technology skills
  • Experience teaching library and media skills to students
  • Ability to work collaboratively with teachers

For full description and to apply, see listing on Schoolspring.

 

 

Library Services Supervisor in Subscription Services – Mason Library, Keene State College (Keene, NH)

The Mason Library of Keene State College invites applications for a full-time benefited position of Library Services Supervisor. This position, under the supervision of the Collection Development Librarian, works with considerable independence and initiative within established guidelines and performs para-professional electronic resource, periodical, and database related tasks. Starting salary: $16.39/hr., complemented by a competitive benefit package.

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Director – Calef Memorial Library (Washington, VT)

Calef Memorial Library in Washington, VT is looking for a new director. The ideal candidate will have an MLS, VT public library certification, or be working toward the same. He or she will have excellent people skills, a high degree of computer literacy, and an enthusiasm for engaging all members of the public around books, reading, and technology. This is a part- time position of approximately 24 hrs. per week. Calef is a small, rural public library on the cusp of many excellent new changes, including recently becoming automated and receiving approval to build an addition in the coming year. Call (802) 883-2343 or visit www.caleflibrary.com for more information. Email resumes to mbd1150@hughes.net by 8/04/14 for full consideration.

Library Media Specialist – Pomfret School (Pomfret, VT)

The Pomfret School is seeking a part-time, licensed library media specialist to join our small, high-performing school. Candidates need to show how they would empower our students to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and ethical users of information. Candidates need a solid understanding of current electronic technologies—standard hardware, educational software and online resources. We use an integrated approach to teaching technology, and our LMS teaches students and supports teachers in that area. Candidates must love working with children and have the ability to work as part of a collaborative educational team.  For full description and to apply, see listing at SchoolSpring.

Programming/Community Relations Librarian – Rockingham Free Public Library (Rockingham, VT)

Job Summary:

Works directly with individuals served by the library. Responsibilities include development of innovative programs, promotion of library services, reference and circulation desk duties, and collection development. This is a 20 to 24 hour position, to include some evenings and Saturday shifts. Compensation is commensurate with experience and education.

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Library Media Specialist – Woodstock Elementary School (Woodstock, VT)

The Woodstock Elementary School and the Pomfret School are looking for a highly qualified library and media specialist to join our faculties. Woodstock has a three-days-per-week position (.60FTE), and Pomfret has a two-days-per-week position (.04FTE). Our schools are both in the Windsor Central Supervisory Union and are located about two miles apart. Key responsibilities including teaching library and informational text analysis skills to students in grades K-6, collaborating with classroom teachers to secure appropriate media (print and electronic) to support classroom curriculum, teaching technology applications to students, recommending helpful technology to classroom teachers and assisting with planning for and purchasing new technology for the school. This combined position provides a full-time position, with commensurate benefits. There is the possibility of separating the positions into part-time positions. For full description and to apply, see listing on SchoolSpring.

Library/Media Specialist – Stockbridge Village School (Stockbridge, VT)

Stockbridge Central School is seeking certified applicants for a 0.20 FTE (one day per week) Library/Media Specialist position for the 2014-2015 school year. Responsibilities included teaching library classes to K-6 students, maintaining the library collection, and organizing the Red Clover and DCF Award Programs. EOE. Strong collaboration, communication, and technology skills are preferred. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. For full description and to apply, see listing on SchoolSpring.

Library Media Specialist and Technology Educator – Sutton Village School (Sutton, VT)

Sutton School seeks a collaborative individual to help us create a Library/Media Center for the 21st Century. Knowledge of 21st Century technology skills, library/media management, and children’s literature is a must. Individual will work collaboratively with administration, teaching teams and district technology specialists to ensure the integration and use of technology in the classroom, technology instruction for all students K-8 and embedded professional development in technology use for all Sutton staff. Strong organizational, planning and team work skills a must. For full description and to apply, see listing on SchoolSpring.

Children’s Programming & Circulation Librarian – Kellogg-Hubbard Library (Montpelier, VT)

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier, VT seeks an energetic and child-oriented librarian to work in our very active and popular Children’s Department. Candidates must have a minimum of four years of college and experience in a children’s library; although an MLS or library certification is not required, either would be advantageous. Regular duties include planning and facilitating programming (primarily for pre-school and school-age children), running the very popular bi-weekly story times, performing daily duties of the circulation desk, encouraging patron use of all library facilities, and helping with special projects.

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