School Librarian (Richmond, VT)

Richmond Elementary School is seeking a full time librarian to fill a position for the 2018-2019 school year. Responsibilities include management of all media and library technology services along with scheduling and working side by side with a host of school volunteers. We seek a dynamic, energetic individual who loves books and learning, teaching classes to students Prek-4th on various library skills as well as reading aloud, managing the library website, internet search engines, working directly with faculty and staff on research projects, Dedication to providing a safe and respectful learning environment for students through our PBIS model, and ordering and cataloging library/media materials electronically. Read More

Library Page (Rutland, VT)

Rutland Free Library is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Page. This position puts new and returned materials on the library shelves. Must be flexible and able to work 12 hours per week. Read More

Library/Media Specialist – (Lyndon Center, VT)

Lyndon Institute, a comprehensive independent high school in northeastern Vermont, is seeking applications for a full-time Library/Media Specialist. This position requires an individual with excellent communication and organizational skills; has a proven ability to promote a positive and collaborative working environment; is reliable, energetic, patient and positive; has a minimum of 3 years’ experience in school libraries. An ALA-accredited Masters degree in library science or equivalent experience is desired. Teaching experience and management experience are preferred.

Kilee Willey , Human Resources Director

PO Box 127

Lyndon Center, Vermont 05850

Phone: 802-535-3672

Library/Media Specialist – (Middlebury, VT)

Addison Central School District is seeking a .50 FTE Library/Media Specialist at Middlebury Union Middle School. Successful candidate must have a strong background in inquiry, reference, children’s and young adult literature, audio visual, computer literacy skills, and digital learning. Ability to collaborate with teachers and positively interact with student population a must. Commitment to the concept of libraries as hubs of learning in inquiry-focused schools. The successful candidate will hold a VT Library-Media Specialist endorsement and ideally would have an Educational Technology Specialist endorsement.

Apply by submitting a letter of interest, resume, three current reference letters, complete transcripts and evidence of licensure via School Spring. If you would like to mail a hard copy, send to:

Dr. Peter Burrows, Superintendent
Addison Central School District
49 Charles Avenue
Middlebury, VT 05753

Library/Media Specialist – (Salisbury, VT)

Addison Central School District is seeking a .50 FTE Library/Media Specialist at Salisbury School. Successful candidate must have a strong background in inquiry, reference, children’s and young adult literature, audio visual, computer literacy skills, and digital learning. Ability to collaborate with teachers and positively interact with student population a must. Commitment to the concept of libraries as hubs of learning in inquiry-focused schools. The successful candidate will hold a VT Library-Media Specialist endorsement and ideally would have an Educational Technology Specialist endorsement.

Apply by submitting a letter of interest, resume, three current reference letters, complete transcripts and evidence of licensure via School Spring. If you would like to mail a hard copy, send to:

Dr. Peter Burrows, Superintendent
Addison Central School District
49 Charles Avenue
Middlebury, VT 05753

Applications will be accepted until position has been filled with consideration given to applications received by March 12, 2018.

E.O.E.

Librarian/Technology Integration Specialist – (Newfane, VT)

NewBrook Elementary School serves 119 students K-6 from two neighboring towns of Brookline and Newfane, Vermont. Our school benefits from an excellent staff and a supportive community. As a rule, NewBrook students are resilient, hardworking and curious and their families are involved in their school lives. Our staff is dedicated, child-centered and well-trained; they work together with purpose and are devoted to their jobs and to the children and families that we serve. We offer a wide and balanced array of specials classes and have a dedicated PTO, an active Farm-to-School program (that includes a substantial vegetable garden) and excellent after-school programming. Our teachers habitually incorporate technology in the classroom and our students benefit from 1:1 computing.

We are currently seeking a person to fill a unique and challenging part time position. We are looking for a librarian who will also act as our education technology specialist. Along with managing our library collection, the successful candidate will also support school staff to design instruction that integrates technology throughout our students’ school day.

This is a .3 FTE part time position.

Qualified candidates must be certified or certifiable as a School Librarian and an Educational Technology Specialist in the state of Vermont. All of the staff at NewBrook need to be skilled and comfortable working in a team environment and be driven to meet the academic, social & emotional needs of every NewBrook student.

The positions will remain open until qualified candidates are chosen, however, we will begin the second phase of our process on March 19. To be considered in our pool of applicants, one must apply through schoolspring. Thank you for you interest in joining the NewBrook Elementary School community.

SchoolSpring listing.

Scotty Tabachnick
Principal
NewBrook School
(802) 365-7536
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Library System Director – Clinton-Essex-Franklin (Plattsburgh, NY)

The Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System (CEFLS) seeks a visionary and innovative leader responsive to member library and community needs, and skilled in focusing the efforts of a talented staff to be its Director.  CEFLS consists of 33 libraries covering Clinton, Essex, and Franklin Counties in New York State.  With a $1.26 million budget and 14 CEFLS staff, CEFLS is a library-member focused organization with a mission to provide collaborative services that strengthen these libraries.  CEFLS’s comfortable headquarters is located in the downtown cultural center in Plattsburgh, New York.

 

The area offers a vibrant blend of outdoor activities, safe and affordable communities, and easy access to the advantages of larger cities where both cultural and unique activities abound.  Nestled between Montreal and Burlington, Vermont the area offers numerous opportunities for year-round recreation.  The mixture of recreation, cultural, and educational opportunities with four colleges in the area, good local schools, and one of the lowest cost of living in the state make this a great place to live. 

 

The System Director, under the general direction of the Board of Trustees, is responsible for the administration of System operations. The Director takes a leadership role, assists public libraries in northern New York State to achieve new levels of innovation and resource sharing, supervises the department managers, and works with the Board, staff, and library directors to align the System services with the member libraries’ needs and priorities.  The director sets the tone for public library services in the three county area.

 

Send resume to search@cefls.org by March 23, 2018.  Further information is available at www.cefls.org.

Minimum Education

Masters Degree in Library Science

Must hold, or be eligible to receive, a public librarian’s professional certificate

 Minimum Experience

8+ Years

 Salary

$85,000 – $100,000

(Yearly Salary)

 

This is a New York State Civil Service position.

Library Support Senior – Bailey/Howe Library (Burlington, VT)

Library Support Senior

Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont

Posting #S1469PO


Job Summary:
The Bailey/Howe Library’s Circulation Department is searching for a part-time Library Support Senior staff member to join their team. This staff member will provide supervision of student employees and oversee security and safety during evening hours for the Bailey/Howe Library. Supervise public service points, assist Library users with problems and access issues, enforce library policy, oversee stacks maintenance, and coordinate projects with other Library and university staff. Drive university vehicle to fill in for courier services.

This position’s work week is Friday through Monday evening hours. This position is considered part-time with benefits and for 9 months (August 16 through May 15).

Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma, two years college coursework, and three years related experience which includes customer service required. Working knowledge of computer systems and standard application software required. Effective communication skills required. Valid driver’s license, or ability to obtain, and drivers check required.

Initial employment is contingent upon successful completion of physical screening:


Must be able to lift 10 lbs. frequently and 53 lbs. occasionally floor to waist level. Must be able to lift 10 lbs. frequently and 30 lbs. occasionally waist to shoulder level. Push/pull 20 lbs. Must be able to carry 53 lbs. occasionally. Climb ladders and stand/sit for prolonged periods of time. Repetitive forward reaching required.

Diversity Statement: The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution. Applicants are encouraged to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.

For further information on this position, refer to job posting #S1469PO or to apply on-line with cover letter and résumé, please visit our website at: www.uvmjobs.com; telephone 802-656-3150.

The University of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applications from women and people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged

Youth Services Librarian (Johnson, VT)

Johnson Public Library seeks a creative, energetic, collaborative Youth Services Librarian. This position creates and promotes weekly programs for infants through teens; assists patrons in the selection and use of library materials and computers; reviews, selects and processes new materials for youth collection; maintains current collection and displays; assists with grant writing; provides outreach programs; and works in circulation.

The successful candidate will possess a desire to instill and inspire a love of reading and creative exploration with our young patrons; have knowledge of children’s literature; be aware of current youth and teen issues; have flexibility, strong organizational skills, and experience implementing programs; and excellent people and computer skills.

This position is 20 hours per week.

Qualifications – A Bachelor’s degree, plus relevant work experience

Please send cover letter and resume by March 14th  to johnsonpubliclibraryvt@gmail.com or

Johnson Public Library, PO Box 601, Johnson, VT 05656

Library Director (Vergennes, VT)

LIBRARY DIRECTOR – BIXBY MEMORIAL FREE LIBRARY, VERGENNES

About the Bixby and the Community

Located in the beautiful little city of Vergennes, the Bixby Library is an incorporated non-profit that serves a five-town community of 8,000 residents. Built in 1911, the library is notable as one of the top ten historical buildings in the state of Vermont.  The Bixby’s annual budget is $264,638 with a staff of 3.8 FTE and a team of committed volunteers. With a new strategic plan adopted last year, the Bixby is on an ambitious course to generate excitement, fulfill community needs and increase support from its residents.

We are located close to the shores of Lake Champlain, an easy drive to the college towns of Burlington and Middlebury. Steeped in history, Addison County offers many outdoor activities including hiking, swimming, kayaking and skiing. The restaurant scene is Vergennes is vibrant and our opera house regularly schedules cultural events and concerts.

The Job & Qualifications

Our new director will recognize the tremendous opportunity to lead the staff in building partnerships, marketing the library, advocating for the Bixby and ensuring that library operations are responsive to community needs. We are looking for an outgoing individual who is action-oriented and ready to make a difference.

A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited program is preferred. Management and supervisory experience required. 3-5 years experience working in a library or non-profit organization preferred. Successful grant-writing experience required.  The job description is available at www.bixbylibrary.org.

Salary range: $45,000 – $55,000, commensurate with qualifications and skills. Paid holidays and sick time.

Send a letter of interest, indicating how your qualifications match our requirements, and a resume to searchcommittee@bixbylibrary.org by March 5, 2018 for first consideration. Position is available in late June.