Librarian – West Hartford Library (W. Hartford, VT)

The West Hartford municipal library located in West Hartford Vt. Seeks a librarian to start up and develop programs for a new facility rebuilt after Tropical Storm Irene. Applicants should have experience in child and adult programs, as well as excellent computer skills.


Include circulation desk, developing programs for children, and promotion of services in the community. The librarian works under the supervision of the board of trustees, and works with them to develop policies in regard to all operations of the library.

Applicants should have a minimum of five years experience, and a have certification or be able to obtain it within thee years. Position is for 20 Hrs per week to start with additional hours added in the future.

Please email a cover letter and resume and references to or mail to

Chairman West Hartford Library
P.O. Box 26 5133 Rt. 14
West Hartford Vt. 05084

Adjunct Faculty Librarian – Mason Library, Keene State College (Keene, NH)

The Mason Library at Keene State College is seeking a part time adjunct faculty librarian to join our team and assist with providing research services and instruction. The position is part-time, non-benefitted, 15 hours a week, beginning August 25, 2014 through December 12, 2014 with a salary of $6,000 per semester.

The successful candidate will teach or co-teach information literacy sessions, provide research assistance for the Information Desk, participate in initiatives such as the personal librarian program, and training student Research & Technology Fellows. In addition, the successful candidate will contribute to the development of LibGuides, the creation of instruction materials, and collection development.

Qualifications Required: ALA-accredited MLS degree; experience or coursework with applied practice in providing reference; ability to work independently.

Additional Desirable Qualifications: Academic library experience; course work in or experience teaching.

Application: Apply online at

Applicants should be prepared to upload the following documents when applying online:

  • Letter of application addressing the above responsibilities
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Contact information for three references

Review of applications to begin immediately and will continue until position is filled or otherwise closed at the College’s discretion.

For more information about Keene State College, Mason Library, the University System of New Hampshire, and the Keene community, visit:

Keene State College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is engaged in an effort to build a community that reflects the diversity of society.

Library Assistant – Arvin A. Brown Public Library (Richford, VT)

The Arvin A. Brown Public Library in Richford is hiring a Library Assistant. The ideal candidate will have excellent people skills, a high degree of computer literacy, and an enthusiasm for engaging all members of the public around books, reading, and technology.

Responsibilities include development of innovative programs, promotion of all library services and circulation desk duties. This is a 16 to 20 hour position, to include evening and shifts.

Richford is a community of about 2,300 tucked up in the northeast corner of Franklin County, Vermont. It retains its largely rural character, with rolling hills and farmland along the banks of the Missisquoi River, supporting forests, wildlife and homesteading.

Please email your resume and references to:

Children’s Librarian – Chelsea Public Library (Chelsea, VT)

Position Description: Energetic, creative, and outgoing person needed to be the Chelsea Public Library’s Children’s Librarian. Candidate must enjoy working with children and parents; have good communication skills, be computer literate, have knowledge about early literacy skills, be able to plan, organize, and execute children’s programming including the Summer Reading Program.

Responsibilities & Duties:

The Children’s Librarian is responsible to the Library Director for the following activities:

  1. Plan and provide educational, informational and enrichment programs for children including dynamic and creative programs for three separate age groups: infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
  2. Plan and run creative low-cost programing.
  3. Be available to staff the main library desk.
  4. Willingness to attend related professional development meetings and conferences.
  5. Some Saturday hours required

Minimum Qualifications:

The following minimum qualifications are established for this position:

  1. A love of children; knowledge of children’s literature and early literacy skills.
  2. College degree preferred, High School Degree required. Library experience preferred.
  3. The capability to work with a minimum of supervision.

Schedule and Compensation:

  1. 11 hours a week, exact schedule to be determined upon hire
  2. Pay dependent on experience

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Chelsea Public Library
Attn: Virgil Fuller
PO Box 67
Chelsea, VT 05038

or via email to: with “Children’s Librarian Position” used as the subject or dropped off at the library during our open hours. Applications will be accepted through September 5, 2014. Please contact the library via email or by phone: 802-685-2188 with any questions.

Library Media Specialist – Proctor Elementary School (Proctor, VT)

We are seeking a half time (.5) library media specialist. The Library Media Specialist is responsible for transforming the school library into a full-service 21st century learning center that incorporates both books and contemporary technological tools including but not limited to educational research databases and presentation/video-editing software. The successful candidate will collaborate with classroom teachers and the Instructional Technology Specialist to design and implement lessons and units of instruction and assess student learning. For full description and to apply, see listing on SchoolSpring.

Library/Media Specialist (long-term substitute) – U-32 High School (Montpelier, VT)

We are seeking an enthusiastic educator to fill a long-term substitute position in U-32′s Library/Media Department during a teacher’s 2-3 month leave of absence at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year. Duties include, but are not limited to, fulfilling inter-library loan requests, readers advisory, materials acquisition, teaching library skills, classroom support, assisting students and staff with online research needs, and support of student online learning. You will be part of a dynamic Library Media team. For full description and to apply, see SchoolSpring listing.

Library/Media Specialist (long-term substitute) – Summit Street Elementary School (Essex Jct., VT)

Long-term substitute position available to provide instruction to students in our Summit Street School Library. Qualified candidates must hold a valid VT Educator license with a Library Media Specialist endorsement (3-61). The successful candidate will love working with elementary school students, and be highly collaborative, service oriented, and enjoy working as part of a professional learning community. This long-term sub position is expected to be available beginning August 21st for 4 to 6 weeks. Pays $231.52/day. For full description and to apply, see listing on SchoolSpring.

Library/Media Specialist (anticipated) – Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union (Arlington, VT)

We have an anticipated opening for a Library/Media Specialist who will instruct and supervise students in grades 6-12 in library and media technology education. This position will have a strong focus on research and literacy, and will teach up to three classes in a library/media setting. The responsibilities for this position will include managing the school library and technology resources at the school, and helping to administer student testing. This posting is for a part-time position, but it may become full time. For full description and to apply, see the listing on SchoolSpring.

UVM offers print journals (request by August 15)

The Bailey/Howe Library at the University of Vermont is offering print journals to any Vermont library that would like them, or any part of them. Our space crunch is such that we are removing the print editions of journals that we have complete replications for online in our JSTOR collections. Any libraries that have interest in runs of journals, or even just a volume or two to replace missing issues, are welcome to request them. We hope to move our physical journals out of Bailey/Howe sometime in August.

If you are interested in any of these titles, please send an email BY AUGUST 15 to the Bailey/Howe Serials Department at Please be sure to be precise about the titles, volumes, and issues you would like. NOTE: Many of our journal titles are held in two places with more current issues shelved in Bailey/Howe, and older issues shelved in our storage facility (the LRA, or Library Research Annex). That is why many titles are listed twice, with the two locations represented.

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