Part Time Librarian (Pittsford, VT)

JOB SUMMARY:

Requires strong customer service skills and a working knowledge of basic public library concepts and resources. Demonstrates strong communication skills, both verbal and written, computer competency and proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Docs applications. Have strong planning and organization skills with ability to prioritize and multi-task. Be dependable and adaptable to work independently as well as in a team situation, have enthusiasm for working with the public; tact, patience, maturity, friendliness. Imagination, a creative approach to problem-solving, and a sincere interest in people are essential. Reports to the Library Director, interacts directly with the public, and assists the Director with various programs including Young Adult and Summer Reading programs.Read More

Circulation Manager & Library Reference Associate (Northfield, VT)

The Circulation Manager and Library Reference Associate is responsible for the customer service experience at the library services desk and all circulation activities of the Kreitzberg Library and includes but is not limited to:

  • hiring, training and supervising students to help run the library services desk and monitor the library during all hours of operation including being on call during the evening and on the weekends
  • recommending policies and writing procedures for circulation operations
  • billing students for lost library materials through Banner
  • processing and organizing faculty reserve materials

The Circulation Manager and Library Reference Associate also provides basic reference services and serves on the library’s reference team.Read More

Youth Services Librarian (Ashburnham, MA)

Youth Services Librarian, Stevens Memorial Library

Job Opening

Stevens Memorial Library

Full-time – Youth Services Librarian

The Stevens Memorial Library, Ashburnham, is seeking a full-time (35 hours/week) Youth Services Librarian.

Duties include:  Planning, implementing, advertising, and managing library services for children and teenagers. Leading collection development for ages birth through 17. Managing departmental budget and statistics. Spearheading social media for the Library. Assisting in all circulation functions as needed. Other related duties as assigned.

35 hours per week. Includes evenings and weekends.Read More

Library Media Specialist (South Burlington, VT)

Rice Memorial High School
Full time, 1 position

Major Responsibilities:

Create a welcoming and collaborative learning environment for students and staff.
Collaborate with faculty to enrich course content through library resources.
Support faculty in their efforts to integrate technology.
Provides individual, small group, and class lessons on information literacy and research techniques.
Update and purge the library collection ensuring content is up to date and breadth of resources is maintained.
Evaluate all print and non-print resources to ensure alignment with the Catholic mission of the High School. Maintain a current and curriculum-relevant collection.
Provide instruction, support, and access to innovative technology for pedagogy.
Maintain an up-to-date library calendar in order to maximize student and staff access.
Develop and manage the library budget.
Serve as a member of the Academic Council.
Participate in school wide events, scheduled meetings, parent conferences, and religious gatherings or ceremonies.Read More

Library Media Specialist ( Swanton, VT)

The Swanton School has an opening for an energetic, creative, and dedicated Library-Media Specialist beginning in school year 2018-2019. We seek a qualified teacher who is dynamic and innovative. This teacher will play an essential role in creating a vibrant and diverse learning center in two libraries. Read More

Library Media Specialist (Newport, VT)

The North Country Supervisory Union is seeking a Library Media Specialist to work
as a shared employee between the Brighton Elementary School, Charleston Elementary
School and the Holland School. The Library Media Specialist will administer a program
that is integrated with the schools’ curriculum and support the educational mission of
their schools, 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 these positions.

Salary and Benefits: As per Teacher’s Negotiated Agreement.

Must have or be eligible for appropriate Vermont licensure.

Interested candidates must submit a letter of interest indicating which position they are applying  for; resume listing three current references (or 3 current letters of reference); copies of transcripts and a copy of appropriate Vermont licensure via Schoolspring.com

Library Media Specialist (Waterford, VT)

Waterford School is seeking a full time Library Media Specialist for grades Pre-K through Grade 8 to join our faculty for the 2018-2019 school year. The candidate shall possess the following:

Required Qualifications:
• A current Vermont Teacher license as a Library Media Specialist
• Familiarity with current national professional standards accepted by the American Association of School Librarians
• Proficiency in technology and automated library systems
Essential Duties:
• Collaboratively work with and support both students and teachers to facilitate access to information in a wide variety of formats.
• Partners with classroom teachers to design and implement curriculum in such areas as educational technology, research methods, literacy instruction and collaborative teaching.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Encourages the use of instructional technology to increase proficiency and improve learning.
• Developmental knowledge and passion for teaching in a PreK-8 environment.

Apply via SchoolSpring.

Library Media Specialist (Montpelier, VT)

We are seeking an collaborative and energetic teacher-librarian to join the U-32 learning community as an integral member of our three-person Library team. The successful candidate will possess a deep understanding of the American Association of School Library’s shared understandings: inquiry, exploration, collaboration, curation, inclusion, and inquiry. Additional experience with design-thinking, maker-spaces, digital media, and technology integration is ideal.

The successful candidate will be eager to collaborate with our middle and high school teaching faculty to design information-literacy opportunities that are rigorous, relevant, and authentic, in addition to possessing digital skills to support teaching and learning in our 1:1 Chromebook environment. This position includes Teacher Advisor responsibilities for 10-12 students.

Our award-winning school is nestled on a beautiful hilltop campus in Central Vermont. We serve 800 students in grades 7-12 in an individualistic, student-centered school with an outstanding reputation in academics, athletics, and the arts.

Candidates must be:
· Enthusiastic and student-centered;
· Committed to supporting and educating all students to high standards and proficiencies;
· Licensed by the State of Vermont with a Library Media Specialist, Grades 7-12 endorsement. A Technology Integration endorsement would be beneficial.

Application via SchoolSpring.com is preferred; this position is open until filled; and we will begin reviewing applications on April 30, 2018.

Library/Media Specialist ( Chelsea, VT)

The First Branch Unified District at Chelsea is a K-8 school of 117 students located in Chelsea, Vermont. We are committed to building a community of learners whose motto is “Learning, Community, Respect.” We are seeking a 0.8 FTE K-8 Library Media Specialist to join our faculty for the 2018-2019 school year. The candidate shall possess the following:

Required Qualifications:
• A current Vermont Teacher license as a Library Media Specialist
• A minimum of 18 credits in library and information science
• Familiarity with current national professional standards accepted by the American Association of School Librarians
• Proficiency in technology and automated library systems (Follett Destiny)

Essential Duties:
• Collaboratively work with and support both students and teachers to facilitate access to information in a wide variety of formats.
• Develops and maintains policies and procedures related to the operation of the library media center (budget, acquisitions, automated circulation, technology).
• Partners with classroom teachers to design and implement curriculum in such areas as educational technology, research methods, literacy instruction and collaborative teaching.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Encourages the use of instructional technology to increase proficiency and improve learning, providing 24/7 access to digital information resources for the entire learning community.
• Developmental knowledge and passion for teaching in a K-12 environment.

Vacancy open until filled.

Qualified candidates please apply on-line at School Spring.com.

Please visit our website at http://www.chelseaschoolvt.org/ Questions may be addressed to:

Mark A. Blount
Principal
First Branch Unified District at Chelsea
6 School Street
Chelsea, VT 05038
(802)685-4551
mblount@wrvsu.org

Archivist (Burlington, VT)

Salary : $20.00 Hourly
Location : Burlington, VT
Job Type: Temporary
Department: Public Works- Job Number:9997-22-ARC

 

 

General Purpose
This position is responsible for organizing, cataloging and filing the archived information accumulated by the Department of Public Works Engineering and Planning team within the City of Burlington. 

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