Lydia Taft Pratt Library is seeking a librarian to be in charge of the day to day operation of the library. Pratt library is the public library of the town of Dummerston, a community of 1800 residents in Southeastern Vermont. The librarian is responsible for providing library services to all ages: maintaining the circulating collections, providing/arranging programs and outreach services, as well as continuing to expand and upgrade technology.Read More
Flynn Elementary seeks a Library Paraeducator at a 0.6 FTE to assist the Library Media Specialist in operating and implementing the educational objectives of the learning center. The successful applicant will assist classroom teachers and the Library Media Specialist in supervising students and helping students locate library resources. This will include basic instructional technology support for students using 1:1 technology as well as desktop computers and printers. The position requires a staff member proficient in the use of technology applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, email, internet browsers, search engines and databases. The Learning Center Paraeducator will: • Assist Library Media Specialist in accurate management of the circulation, cataloging, and maintenance of materials and learning center equipment, including using the library automation system as needed. • Supervise students in the library. • Help maintain appropriate student behavior in the learning center. • Operate the library automation system and prepare reports, complete paperwork, • and order materials as needed. • Sort and re-shelve books, periodicals, and other library/media center materials using the Dewey Decimal system • Lift (up to 35 lbs) , carry (up to 30 lbs) , reach, push, pull and bend. • Demonstrate willingness and ability to assist with audio visual technology needs throughout the building.
Creative energetic and innovative library professional. Responsible for administrative and supervisory work in planning and managing the activities of youth and young adult services in the library and all other related work as required. Tween/Teen Librarian works under the general direction of the Library Assistant Director. Functions requiring considerable judgment and initiative in planning and overseeing services to youth and young adults between the ages of 10 to 18 both within the library and the community.Read More
Castleton University is seeking applications for a part-time Librarian. This part-time position is 12 – 15 hours per week during the academic year. Occasional Saturday hours required. Responsibilities include providing reference services including staffing the reference desk and research appointments, creating research guides, assisting in collection development and weeding, and participating in general library operations. There are no benefits provided with this position.
The Vermont Department of Libraries seeks an experienced, innovative, and highly motivated librarian to serve as Assistant State Librarian for Library Advancement. The successful candidate will report to the State Librarian and assist in the administration of the Department of Libraries, with a strong focus on planning, development, and assessment of library services in Vermont.Read More
The position of Educational Program Leader (EPL) brings literacy and enrichment to youth from 0 to 18 years old. EPL will be on the road driving the Franklin-Grand Isle Bookmobile as well as in the office. The EPL delivers story time to child care settings and other sites across the region. Data tracking is a key element requiring use of Microsoft Excel and other computer programs as needed. Additionally there will be office time for computer, phone, planning, meetings, organizing activities, events and fundraising.
The Aldrich Public Library is seeking a Circulation Assistant to work 10-16 hours per week at all three of its service points (the Children’s Room, Teen Room, and Main Circulation Desk). Expected hours currently include Tuesday evenings, biweekly Wednesday mornings, Fridays, and at least two Saturdays per month. A full job description is available here.
The successful candidate will have a sincere interest in libraries and excellent customer service skills.
To apply, please send a resume and contact information for three references to:
Sarah Costa, Library Director
6 Washington St.
Barre, VT 05641
Position open until filled.
The Vermont Department of Libraries seeks a skilled, motivated, and innovative grants administrator to serve as the Department of Libraries Contracts and Grants Administrator. The Contracts and Grants Administrator organizes all aspects of the subgrant program for public libraries issuing from the federal Library Service and Technology Act (LSTA) grant program, and serves as the Department contact point for all general questions and communication regarding LSTA activities. Drafts and processes contracts, grant agreements, memoranda, requests for information, quotes and proposals. Maintains tracking systems for work in process. Prepares recommendations to agency appointing authorities and legal counsel for approval of notices to proceed, amendment requests, sole source and bidder contracts and grant agreements. Determines if justification is adequate for amendment requests for contracts and grants. Confers regularly with the State's Risk Management Division and the Attorney General’s Office on matters involving insurance coverage, protection from liability and other legal and procedural issues.Read More