Youth Services Librarian – Whiting Public Library (Chester, VT)

The YOUTH SERVICES LIBRARIAN supervises child and teen services and is responsible for the operation of the children and teen rooms and all child and teen programming. The ideal candidate for this position must be able to manage children’s and young adults’ materials collection, to plan, organize and deliver library services and programs to children, young adults and families, to manage catalog and related databases for the purpose of inventory and patron access, to assist all patrons in finding and using library materials and technology, to assists patrons at circulation desk including all circulation desk functions. 

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Youth Services Librarian – Kimball Public Library (Randolph, VT)

Kimball Library seeks a team player who genuinely likes helping people. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a desire to work with patrons of all ages, and partner with local organizations; be knowledgeable about the current youth landscape; be familiar with current technology and eager to learn more; and possess motivation, flexibility, imagination, confidence, and enthusiasm.Read More

Library Support Senior – Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont (Burlington, VT)

The Bailey/Howe Library is searching for a Library Support Senior staff member to join their team. This staff member will provide supervision of student employees and oversee security and safety during evening hours for the Bailey/Howe Library. Supervise public service points, assist Library users with problems and access issues, enforce library policy, oversee stacks maintenance, and coordinate projects with other Library and university staff. Drive UVM vehicle for courier delivery service.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma, two years college coursework, three years related experience, which includes customer service, required. Working knowledge of computer systems and standard application software required. Effective communication skills required. Valid drivers license or ability to obtain, and drivers check required.

Physical Demands:

Initial employment is contingent upon successful completion of physical


Must be able to lift 10 lbs. frequently and 53 lbs. occasionally floor to waist level. Must be able to lift 10 lbs. frequently and 30 lbs. occasionally waist to shoulder level. Push/pull 20 lbs. Must be able to carry 53 lbs. occasionally. Climb ladders and stand/sit for prolonged periods of time. Repetitive forward reaching required.

Special Conditions:

Weekend work required. A probationary period may be required. Occasional overtime/weekend hours required. A probationary period may be required for current UVM employees, 3rd Shift (Shift differential applies.)

Diversity Statement:

The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution. Applicants are encouraged to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.

For further information on this position, please visit our website at and refer to job posting #S1174PO to apply online with cover letter and resume.

Library Media/Technology Integration Specialist, Elementary – Burlington Public Schools (Burlington, VT)

Burlington is a vibrant, picturesque community on Lake Champlain and the most culturally diverse city in Vermont. Burlington has an international airport, and is in close proximity to a number of large cities, including Montreal (90 minutes away by car), Boston (45 minutes by air), and New York City (one hour by air). With our excellent schools system, parks and Lake Champlain, and local ski mountains within an hour’s drive, it is not surprising that Burlington routinely finds itself on the “best places in the country to raise children” lists.

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Outreach Coordinator – Kellogg-Hubbard Library (Montpelier, VT)

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier, VT, seeks a part-time Outreach Coordinator. This position is responsible for the smooth functioning of the library’s outreach service to community stops and daycares throughout our six member communities. The ideal candidate has strong interpersonal skills and four years of college plus library-related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Applicants must own a car and have a valid driver’s license. Regular duties include maintaining close contact with recipients of outreach service, working with a team of volunteers and selecting materials for outreach locations. This position, which is part of the library’s collective bargaining unit, is 14 hours per week (Tuesdays and Wednesdays).

Please e-mail your cover letter, resume and three references to

The position is open until filled.

Library Support Generalist – Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont (Burlington, VT)

The Bailey/Howe Library is searching for a Library Support Generalist staff member to join their team. This staff member will assist with technical operations associated with the Bailey/Howe Library Circulation and Reserves Department. Provide outstanding customer service at the Circulation Desk. Responsible for opening the library, supervising students, building security, and enforcing policy. Troubleshoot technical difficulties, assist library users, and engage in library outreach activities. Drive university vehicle for courier delivery service.Read More

Head Librarian – Jericho Town Library (Jericho, VT)

The Jericho Town Library has an immediate opening for Interim (or permanent) Head Librarian. 24 hours per week. Qualifications: BA/BS degree. Experience in libraries or equivalent experience. Strong interpersonal skills with children and adults. Computer skills. Optional: MLS degree. Training will be provided. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Position available immediately. To inquire, please contact JTL Board member Barb Adams (802-899-4818 /

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Library Director – Royalton Memorial Library (South Royalton, VT)

The Board of Trustees of the Royalton Memorial Library in South Royalton, Vt is currently seeking candidates for the position of Library Director. The ideal candidate will be energetic and community–minded with a sincere interest in outreach to children and adults. Preference will be given to experience in library collection, program development, and supervision of staff and volunteers. Strong communication skills and proficiency with computers and current technology are a must. Preferred applicants will have a library certificate and/or experience with non-profit management and grant writing,  but we will consider a strong candidate with related professional experience and a willingness to pursue certification. The position is 32 hours/weekly, exact hours are negotiable.