The Board of Trustees of the Putney Public Library seeks an innovative, dynamic, and experienced library professional to serve as Library Director. Under the general direction of the Board of Trustees, the Director is responsible for planning, organizing, reviewing and directing all library activities, blending traditional and innovative strategies in the use of materials, programs, technology, and space. The Library Director oversees the daily operations of the library, develops the collection of materials and library programs, implements library policies, procedures, short and long range goals, directs and performs public relation activities, supervises staff, helps develop and administer the budget, liaisons with town manager and oversees the maintenance of our beautiful building and grounds.
Aldrich Public Library, serving a population of 16,976 in Barre City and Barre Town, seeks an energetic, enthusiastic individual to plan and carry out the activities and programs of our busy library’s Katherine Paterson Children’s Room. The Children’s Librarian is responsible for library services to children with the help of the Circulation Assistant and volunteers. Graduate library science degree and experience preferred. Knowledge of computer technology required. Full-time position with benefits. Schedule includes after-school hours, some Saturdays and evenings. Send letter of interest, resume and professional references no later than September 26 to: Library Director, Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington Street, Barre, Vermont 05641 or via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Vermont Bailey/Howe Library seeks an innovative, creative and service-oriented professional for the position of Collection Development Librarian. One of the fundamental responsibilities of the Collection Development Librarian is to assess curricular needs across the university and support effective teaching and research with the best and most cost-effective resources. This position reports to the Director of Collection Management Services and also works closely with Dana Medical Library to coordinate purchase decisions.
The University of Vermont Libraries seeks an innovative, collaborative and dynamic candidate to coordinate serials cataloging and e-resource access at UVM libraries. Working collaboratively with key staff members this 12 month faculty librarian position will manage the operations of serials cataloging, maintenance of electronic/print serials, ensure prompt access to newly acquired resources and timely resolution of access issues. As a vital member of Resource Description and Access Services, the successful candidate will work closely with the Director of Collection Management Services to manage and monitor serials functions and digital access issues. This position provides serials cataloging services to the University Libraries which include Bailey/Howe Library and the Dana Medical Library.
The University of Vermont Bailey/Howe Library seeks an innovative and dynamic librarian who understands the changing environment of technology, information literacy instruction, reference, and public services in an academic library. The position, which reports to the Director of Information & Instruction Services, will combine the skill-set of an academic librarian with an instructional designer’s ability to design and develop pedagogically rich tools and experiences to enhance critical thinking and information literacy on campus. This position will work with faculty librarians on incorporating learning theory and instructional technologies into the teaching and learning process. As part of the Information & Instruction Services Department, this position will also be responsible for providing general reference services, classroom instruction, liaison duties, and individual consultations.
Seeking creative and energetic individual to plan and implement youth programs, develop juvenile collection, partner with schools and families, and assist in daily library operations. Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree, experience working with children, library experience a plus, good computer skills. This position is 24 hours/week including some Saturdays and evenings.
Send resume, cover letter and three professional references electronically to the Library Director, Lisa Sammet at email@example.com. Applications close Sept. 27.
For more information call the library at 802-472-5948.
Ainsworth Public Library Seeks Assistant Librarian. 12 hrs/wk. Responsibilities include customer service, shelving books,and promoting the library’s services activities and programs. Send letter of interest, resume and 3 references to: Ainsworth Public Library Board of Trustees P.O. Box 236, Williamstown, VT 05679
• Bachelor’s degree in related education field.
• Must hold or be eligible to hold Vermont certification with endorsement 3-61
Position Type: Full-time
The West Hartford municipal library located in West Hartford Vt. Seeks a librarian to start up and develop programs for a new facility rebuilt after Tropical Storm Irene. Applicants should have experience in child and adult programs, as well as excellent computer skills.
The Mason Library at Keene State College is seeking a part time adjunct faculty librarian to join our team and assist with providing research services and instruction. The position is part-time, non-benefitted, 15 hours a week, beginning August 25, 2014 through December 12, 2014 with a salary of $6,000 per semester.