The mission of the YBP Customer Service Bibliographer (CSB) is to provide outstanding customer service to a portfolio of academic library customers, partner with the YBP Sales team, take ownership of customer issues and develop strong relationships with both internal and external customers that support future sales and development. We are looking for a service-oriented individual with experience working in a fast-paced, customer facing environment, able to adapt to and support complex and developing service requirements. Ideally, candidates will have experience in a professional service role that required use of multiple online systems, detailed research and problem solving, excellent communication skills, and effective time management.Read More
The current schedule for this full time position is .8 FTE at Hardwick Elementary School and .2 FTE at Woodbury Elementary School. Candidate must hold valid Vermont AOE endorsements (see below). This demanding and challenging position will serve to integrate technology and library media to include an emphasis on research and information technology.Read More
Champlain College seeks a curious, enthusiastic, collegial and service-oriented Librarian to join their award-winning library team to provide high quality academic library services in an innovative setting. This position provides administration, support and enhancement of a variety of library technology infrastructure, including the library management system (currently III Millennium), electronic resources, library website, link resolver, and proxy server. With Champlain’s primarily online collection, the individual in this position is concerned with ensuring seamless and reliable access to information including troubleshooting and maintaining electronic resources. They will maintain and develop the library’s website content using the college’s content management system. They will also provide technical processing and cataloguing to provide timely access to our print collections. The Technology Librarian will maintain relevant documentation of processes in all aspects of technical services for library staff.
The main responsibility of the Cataloging Bibliographer is to perform subject analysis and classification along with descriptive cataloging up to full level on a broad range and depth of materials. Materials analyzed include print, visual, audio and digital resources. Classification schemes used are Library of Congress Classification, Dewey Decimal, National Library of Medicine and Canadian Classification for history, law and literature. Library of Congress and Medical Subject Headings are applied. The work of the Cataloging Bibliographer is conducted to support approval plan profiling and order fulfillment. The person in this position creates metadata records applying the RDA standard using the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Records to support the provision of products supplied by Library Technical Services to accompany purchased content.Read More
Warren Public Library is seeking a Library Director to oversee all aspects of library functions. A degree in Library Science or VT Library Certification is a plus, but not required; candidate must be willing to work toward certification. Previous library experience is required. 33 hours a week.
The Readsboro Central School (PreK-8) is seeking a creative and dynamic school librarian to work with both students and teachers to facilitate access to information in a wide variety of formats. Our teaching librarian designs units of study that empower students to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information. Our librarian instills a love of learning in all students. He/she collaborates with classroom teachers and specialists to enrich units of study in classrooms. Join an enthusiastic and supportive faculty team at our new, trail-blazing Pre-K-8 school. Licensure required with Library/Media Specialist Endorsement. Prior teaching experience preferred. This is a one day per week position, but the right candidate might also be able to fill our technology position.
.6 FTE Media Specialist/Librarian
Position Type: Part-time
Positions Available: 1
The Lands Administration Division in the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation is seeking a person with strong lands administration, records management, and computer skills to assist the Division in administration of state lands programs. The Division provides Agency-wide lands administration services for all three ANR Departments (Forests, Parks and Recreation; Fish and Wildlife; and Environmental Conservation) including property records management, property survey services, administration of leases and licenses for uses of state lands, land acquisition coordination and implementation, coordination of state lands management planning, and state lands policy development. This is a great opportunity to work in a dynamic program that provides key support across the Agency of Natural Resources for administration and management of existing state lands as well as for acquisition of new state properties. Key position responsibilities include administration and management of the Agency’s Payment in lieu of Taxes (PILOT) for ANR lands, coordination and day to day administration of leases and licenses for use of state lands, assisting with developing and administering various RFPs and contracts for needed services for state lands (e.g., survey, archeological, appraisal), providing technical assistance and advice to department staff on records management, managing ANR land records and related files, assisting with land acquisitions and other ANR land transactions, maintaining and coordinating needed updates to the Division’s webpages, and assisting with development of policies and procedures for ANR lands. The position also serves as the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation’s Records Officer and is responsible for developing related procedures and advising and assisting staff as needed.
Champlain College seeks an enthusiastic, collegial and service-oriented Librarian to provide high quality academic library services in an innovative setting. This temporary, part-time position ensures robust access to library collections, including regular e-book record loads, as well as troubleshooting and maintaining e-resources. They will oversee processes to provide seamless access to our print collections.Read More
Fletcher Free Library in Burlington Vermont is currently seeking candidates for the position of Library Director.
The ideal candidate is a motivated leader who will successfully bring together the two keys areas of day-to- day operations and dynamic community vision and engagement, while promoting a collaborative and open atmosphere. The Director will partner with City agencies to enhance the Library’s already strong commitment to cultural competency and diversity programming. Masters of Library Science degree from an A.L.A. accredited institution and five years progressively responsible experience in a senior library management role. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Knowledge of emerging technologies and library trends, as well as fundraising and development activities will also be essential to this position.