Springfield Town Library seeks a dynamic, community oriented individual with experience in public library administration for the position of Library Director. Responsible for all Library operations and for developing, managing, and implementing its program of services, the Library Director reports to the Town Manager, and works in close cooperation with an advisory Board of Library Trustees. This position offers a unique opportunity for a passionate and visionary individual to build on the library’s current strengths and to identify opportunities to shape the organization’s future.
The town of Newbury is looking for a library director who can expand upon the library’s role as a vital community resource much appreciated by the town.
Status: Full-time. Operating hours require some evening and weekend shifts.
Starting date: April 1, 2016.
Credentials: An MLS or an MLIS from an ALA-accredited institution and at least three years of supervisory experience. Job and town descriptions at: http://www.newburynhlibrary.net/planning.shtml
Send cover letter and resume by Dec. 21, 2015, to email@example.com or mail to Newbury Library, PO Box 245, Newbury NH 03255
The Cobleigh Public Library is seeking a full-time 40 hour per week children’s librarian. The position is paid $16.00/hr and comes with health benefits and a retirement plan. Children’s programming is central to Cobleigh services, outreach and mission. VELI knowledge would be helpful, but so would a willingness to learn. We have a very active children’s room. Please send resumes to Cobleigh Public Library, P. O. Box 147, Lyndonville, VT 05851. No emails, phone calls, or dropping in, please.
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. Fluency in Spanish is highly desirable. To apply visit our careers page at http://www.ebscohost.com/
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The John G. McCullough Free Library in North Bennington, VT seeks an energetic and experienced Library Director to oversee all aspects of Library activity including: staff management; materials selection and acquisition; oversight of public relations; long range planning; maintenance of library technology; and supervision of library building and grounds. Director reports to the Library’s Board of Trustees.
The South Hero Community Library Board of Trustees seeks an enthusiastic, self-directed, collaborative and organized individual for the position of Library Director. The South Hero Community Library serves the community of South Hero, a small town on the southern end of the Lake Champlain Islands, and is located within the Folsom Education Center.
This is a 30-35 hour per week position, including evening and weekend hours. A Bachelor’s degree is required and a Master’s degree in Library Science is preferred. A Vermont Library Certification or intent to pursue this designation, and library experience are essential. The hourly wage is commensurate with education and experience.
Plattsburgh Public Library is seeking a full time Youth Services Librarian for our busy downtown library. The position will be filled at the level of Librarian I or Librarian II depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate.
The Vermont Library Association College & Special Libraries Section appreciates the opportunity to provide feedback on the August 2015 Draft NEASC Standards for Accreditation. We support the October 20, 2015 letter from David Bretthauer, Association of College and Research Libraries President, addressing the NEASC-CIHE draft.
Additionally the Vermont section of College & Special Libraries would like to provide input and voice our concerns regarding the significant reduction of the Library’s role in the draft. The draft eliminates the standard devoted to libraries and therefore fails to recognize the vital role of librarians and library services in student outcomes. While the draft acknowledges the importance of research and information literacy, it does not account for the services and skills provided by librarians and libraries necessary to reach those standards. Read more…