Got Fun? The Bookmobile and after school programs are a fun bunch of people that love kids and deliver high-quality programs that build community and inspire learning. Join our team as a vital driver to promote life long learning. This new position of Educational Program Assistant (EPA) brings literacy and enrichment to youth from 0 to 14 years old. EPA will be on the road driving the Franklin-Grand Isle Bookmobile as well as in the office. The EPA 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.
Library Specialist/LTA III – Hartness Library
VSC Grade 9, VSCSF Bargaining Unit, Non-Exempt, Full-Time Continue reading
The Department of Libraries is looking for a smart, motivated, and service-minded individual who will support the work of the State Librarian, administer central office functions, and be an active member of the Department team to ensure that Vermont citizens have access to quality information and library services. This is a great opportunity to be part of an organization which is currently engaged in change and strategic planning to improve services and programs. The Executive Assistant to the State Librarian performs administrative, public relations, clerical and technical work at a professional level for the Department of Libraries. Duties include serving as the prinicipal assistant to the State Librarian and overseeing daily central office operations with regular contact and communication with the general public, libraries statewide, state agencies, partner organizations, elected officials, and media outlets. Duties are performed under the general direction and supervision of the State Librarian and cover a wide range of administrative activities which may include employee supervision, management of financial spreadhseets, accounting, and grants management.
Burr and Burton Academy seeks a part-time Library Media Assistant, 25 hours per week. A minimum of two years of college and/or library experience is required. Candidates should have the ability to attend to task details, have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, and possess a strong work ethic. Experience supervising students in a high school setting is preferred; familiarity with Destiny software, Google documents and social media is a plus. Please send a letter of interest, resume and 2 letters of reference to Robin Urbanski, Assistant to the Headmaster, at email@example.com by October 14.
This position is located at the VA Medical Center in White River Junction, VT. The National Center for PTSD requires a Resource Center Program Manager who is able to take full advantage of technological and human resources to meet the information needs of National Center for PTSD staff; provide virtual and in-person access to the Resource Center’s collection; and anticipate and respond to emerging models of scholarly communications and information management. The Librarian serves as the Resource Center Program Manager and oversees the day to day functions of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (NCPTSD) Resource Center. The Resource Center Program Manager (1) Creates and maintains the PILOTS Database, a computerized index to the worldwide literature on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other aspects of traumatic stress studies and implements arrangements for making the database available to researchers in the VA and elsewhere; (2) Creates and maintains a specialized collection of bibliographic materials that represent a thorough and current compilation of the international literature on PTSD; and (3) Supervises Resource Center staff.
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8am until 4:30pm
The Stowe Free Library is seeking an enthusiastic, detail-oriented librarian to fill the position of Technical Services Librarian and to assist in fulfilling our mission: “To Welcome, To Inspire, To Enrich the Mind.” Our cherished community library has a collection of 35,000 volumes with annual visits of 140,000. It is located within the historic Helen Day Memorial Building in the center of Stowe, a premier four-season resort community with a population of 4,300.
The Kreitzberg Library at Norwich University seeks an energetic, service-oriented librarian to join the library team in developing and providing electronic services and collections for on-campus and online programs.
The Electronic Resources Librarian coordinates all processing activities associated with electronic resources, ensures continued access to electronic resources, and works with faculty, Kreitzberg Library staff, and departments to develop library electronic collections. The librarian teaches in the Library’s information literacy curriculum, contributes to Library’s Web services, and provides reference service, which may include some evening and weekend hours. Also serves as a member of the library faculty and liaison to several academic departments.
Quechee/Wilder Libraries seeks applicants for the position of technical services librarian. This is a part-time position requiring patron support skills and experience with ILS systems, Windows networks, PC software and hardware, and familiarity with mobile devices. Oversight and maintenance of multiple computers and network is first responsibility. Email director@quecheelibrary before Oct. 16 with questions or application.
We are seeking a self-motivated, imaginative person to oversee all aspects of the library. The candidate should enjoy working with people, possess good computer skills, and have experience working with and maintaining an automated system. The position is 40 hours a week. We offer a competitive salary, and benefit package.
A degree in Library Science, a Librarian Certification, and/or a minimum of two years in the field of library science is preferred. (May be waived if the appointee will pursue librarian certification within five years.)
Send cover letter and resume by October 19 to enosburglibrarytrustees@
Duties/Description: Wheeler Memorial Library is seeking a friendly and dynamic Librarian to join our team as the full-time head of our Children’s Department. Candidates should have a demonstrated capability of conducting original, vibrant programming for children that encourages reading, viewing and listening skills and promotes the use of library facilities and materials.
This position’s duties include providing reader’s advisory, reference, and circulation service; building relationships with schools, home schoolers and other community partners; and using new media and social networking tools to promote reading, learning, and libraries. Responsible for the development, cataloging, and maintenance of the children’s department collections.
This position will supervise subordinate staff and volunteers as directed by the Library Director.