eLearning Librarian (Manchester, NH)

The Shapiro Library at SNHU is seeking to expand the eLearning Librarian team through another eLearning position. We are a growing and innovative institution serving a large online population. Please see the description below for more information.

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Southern New Hampshire University’s traditional campus is seeking an eLearning Librarian. This faculty position will contribute to the formulation, production, and advancement of initiatives that support Southern New Hampshire University’s online programs.  Working collaboratively with the eLearning team, faculty, and staff, the successful candidate will implement and support innovative student-centered solutions and integrate the appropriate technologies to support instructional and research activities for online learners. Read More

Librarian/Media Specialist (Rutland, VT)

Rutland Town School seeks a 1.0 FTE Librarian/Media specialist.

The successful candidate will possess the following attributes:

Knowledge of research based best practices
Knowledge of the Common Core Standards
Knowledge and experience of integrating Vermont Proficiencies
Knowledge of proficiency based reporting
Evidence of integrating technology into the learning environment
Experience in or knowledge of a Professional Learning Community
Knowledge of best practices regarding student management protocols
Knowledge of assessments and use of data to inform instruction
Evidence of strong connection with students and families
Licensed, eligible, or in the process of obtaining a Vermont Educators License
Strong communication skills as evidenced through a quality application
Ongoing educational training
The belief that educators ensure learning at a high level for every child
Experience with project-based learning
The ability to create learner-centered environments that cultivate student self-direction

Rutland Town School is a PreK-8 school of 340 students. Our mission is to ensure that all students learn at a high level.

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Library Assistant (Fairfax, VT)

Search Reopened.
After only 5 months our wonderful Library Assistant has had an unexpected change in personal circumstances and is leaving the job.

Library Assistant 21 hours per week

This position’s hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 – 8 p.m., Fridays from 8:30 am – 3:15 pm (during the summer Friday hours are 10 am – 5:30 pm) and Saturdays from 8:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Duties include general operation of the library, customer service at the circulation desk, managing overdue lists and correspondence, shelving, Inter Library Loans, preparing new books for the shelf, managing periodical collection, assisting patrons in use of technology, library catalog and other services offered at the library, and other general library and clerical duties.  Employee must be able to work solo.

Excellent customer service skills, computer knowledge, and good organizational skills are a must. Preference to candidates with  MLIS, VT Library Certification, and/or 2 years experience in a library. Benefits include sick days according to VT State Law, 3 personal/sick days and paid professional development hours. Pay rate is $14.86 per hour after the  first 3 months.

To apply, send resume and letter of interest with two references by April 30th to fairfaxlibrarian@gmail.com

Library Media Specialist (Hartland, VT)

 Position Summary:

 The Library Media Specialist is responsible for ensuring all students are effective and ethical users of ideas and information. He/she is responsible for empowering students to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, and skillful researchers. The LMS will ensure equitable access to information and work to instill a love of learning in all students.  He/she will collaborate with teachers and specialists to design and implement lessons and units of instruction. The Library Media Specialist will provide leadership to ensure the school library program is aligned with the mission, vision, and goals of the Hartland School District. Read More

Library Director (Peacham, VT)

Job Title: Library Director

Summary: The Library Director is the administrator in charge of all facets of running Peacham Library, an incorporated library in Peacham, Vermont. As such, the Director is responsible for the day-to-day library operations; maintains a hospitable, friendly environment at the library; carries out Peacham Library policies;  spends annual budgeted funds for their designated purposes; provides programming and material resources to the Peacham community; trains and supervises staff and volunteers to run the Library; works with the Board of Trustees and the Friends of Peacham Library; assists with fundraising and grant writing; and reports on these activities to the Trustees, the town and the State of Vermont. Read More

Library Director (Waitsfield, VT)

Located in the beautiful Mad River Valley, the Joslin Library serves the towns of Waitsfield and Fayston. It enjoys strong community support, an active, forward-looking board, a talented staff, and dedicated volunteers. The Joslin Library is poised to begin a new phase of its 100+ year existence with an expansion that will double its size and incorporate a new Children’s Room, flexible space for increased programming, and renovated existing space. A uniquely strong collaborative relationship exists among the three Mad River Valley Libraries, allowing for innovative and cost-effective approaches to programming and resources.

Responsibilities include collection development, programming, technology supervision, staffing, reporting to the Board, working with the Friends of the Library in fundraising and program development, and library promotion. The successful candidate will foster strong community relationships, work well with all ages, and have strong verbal and written communication skills. A Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited program or VT Library Certification is preferred but not required.

Submit cover letter, resume, and references to Jean Joslin, Board Chair, at jjoslin@accessvt.com or P.O. Box 359 Waitsfield, VT 05673.

School Librarian (Bristol, VT)

Bristol Elementary School is seeking a full time librarian to start for the 2018-2019 school year.

Responsibilities include management of all media and library technology services. We seek a dynamic, energetic individual who loves books and learning, teaching classes to students K-6 on various library skills, managing the library resources, dedication to providing a safe and respectful learning environment for students through our PBIS model, and ordering and cataloging library/media materials electronically.

The ideal candidate will be experienced in the Readers Workshop model for literacy instruction, and can provide instruction to scholars as well as support to educators. Applicants with a background in literacy are preferred.

  • Vermont Certification with appropriate endorsements
  • At least 1 year of relevant experience preferred
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency OR WORK VISA IN United States required

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Library/Media Specialist (Wilmington, VT)

Southern Valley Unified Union District, serving two locations in southern Vt (Halifax and Readsboro) has an opening for a Library Media/Technology Specialist for the 2018-2019 school year.

This position is 4 days per week, 7 hours per day during the school year.

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Supervise and manage the school library/media centers. Provide services and resources that allow students to develop skills in locating, evaluating, synthesizing, and using information to solve problems. Serve as teacher, materials expert, technology expert, and curriculum adviser to ensure that library/media center is integrated into the instructional programs of the school.

Successful candidate must have a strong background in children’s and young adult literature, inquiry, reference, audio visual, computer literacy skills, and digital learning. Ability to collaborate with teachers and positively interact with student population a must. The successful candidate will hold a VT Library-Media Specialist endorsement and ideally would have an Educational Technology Specialist endorsement.

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Head of Youth Services (New London, NH)

Summary

Tracy Memorial Library in New London, NH seeks a creative, energetic professional with a passion for providing excellent library service to children and teens. The Head of Youth Services instills a love of reading, libraries, and learning by providing a welcoming atmosphere, delivering quality programming, and maintaining an outstanding collection through traditional and innovative methods.  Read More

Library Media Specialist (North Troy , VT)

The Troy School has an opening for a Library Media Specialist (60%) to begin the
2018-2019 school year.

Position Goal: To administer a program that is integrated with the school curriculum and supports the educational mission of the school, with a focus on digital citizenship. The job involves several components: administrative, educational, technical, and professional. A strong background and understanding of both elementary school literacy and instructional technology is required for this position.

Salary & Benefits: As per Teacher’s negotiated agreement. Candidates must have or be
eligible for a Vermont Agency of Education’s Library Media Specialist License.

Interested candidates must submit a letter of interest; resume listing three current references (or 3 current letters of reference); copies of transcripts and a copy of appropriate Vermont  licensure via Schoolspring.com (preferred) or to:

Nancy Griffith, Human Resources Coordinator
NCSU
121 Duchess Avenue, Ste A
Newport, VT 05855
or via email: nancy.griffith@ncsuvt.org

Application deadline: The application-screening process will begin immediately and continue until  position is filled.

Criminal Record and Child Abuse Neglect Registry Checks are required.

Equal Opportunity Employer.