Job Summary: Bailey/Howe Library’s Interlibrary Loan (ILL) seeks a Library Professional staff member to join their team. This department initiates the borrowing and lending of research materials between Bailey/Howe Library and other institutions and libraries, for University faculty, staff and students. Position responsibilities include research assistance for users, supervision of department staff, and oversight and modification of the department’s technical operations. Maintain liaison with academic departments and individual faculty and students; consult with faculty and student researchers in order to negotiate loans of materials needed for research and writing projects, course development or requirements. Recommend, interpret, and implement ILL policies. Assist in development and implementation of guidelines affecting borrowing and lending policies. Maintain cooperative working relationships with ILL units at other libraries. Coordinate Library Research Annex (LRA) document delivery operation.
Library Assistant I: Young Adult Services
Town of Colchester, 35-40 hours per week – to be determined. The Town is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Library Associate I: Young Adult Services. Qualified applicants under the administrative supervision of the Library Director and Assistant Director will perform patron service, age appropriate programming, collection maintenance, and community outreach. To apply, please send cover letter, resume and application to Sherry LaBarge, Human Resource Manager, P.O. Box 55, Colchester, VT 05446 or email to email@example.com. by November 5, 2014 or open until filled.
The Mason Library at Keene State College is seeking applications for an Education Librarian to lead the development of programs, services, and information literacy curriculum in support of students and faculty in the college’s Educator Preparation Program. This is a tenure track faculty appointment available July 1, 2015.
Howe Library of the Town of Hanover is accepting applications from qualified candidates for the position of part-time substitute (averaging 6-10 hours per week) Public Services Librarian. Reporting to the Senior Public Services Librarian, this position is responsible for assisting patrons with reference questions, providing readers’ advisory and computer instruction services, and performing circulation duties as necessary.
Howe Library of The Town of Hanover is accepting applications from qualified candidates for the position of part-time substitute (averaging 6-10 hours per week) Circulation Assistant. Reporting to the Circulation Supervior, this position is responsible for using the library’s computerized system to check books in and out, responding to telephone inquiries, opening and closing the library building, and performing a variety of clerical tasks.
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library seeks a full-time Head of Library Services to work with the Director and the rest of the library’s dedicated and cohesive staff.
Jericho Town Library, a charming, historic library on the Green in Jericho Center, VT, is seeking a library director for a 24 hour work week: Mon. 1-7; Wed. 10-12 and 2-7; Fri. 1-5; Sat. 10-12, with the remaining five hours at the librarian’s discretion for administrative work. A library science degree is preferable; computer skills, a must. Knowledge of Koha is a plus. This multifaceted job calls for a well organized, energetic person who enjoys working with the public. Those interested in this position should send a resume to Barb Adams: firstname.lastname@example.org. 802-899-4818.
This long-term substitute position runs from approximately November 24, 2014 through the remainder of the 2014-2015 school year. Appropriate licensure required. This position works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to provide support in a wide variety of ways. For full description and to apply, see the listing on SchoolSpring.
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.