Part-Time Technology Librarian – Norman Williams Public Library (Woodstock, VT)

The Norman Williams Public Library in Woodstock, Vermont seeks a part-time technology whiz to join our staff! If you love learning about the latest gadgets, and excel at helping others learn about technology, we want to hear from you. This is a great opportunity for a tech guru to work and live in the beautiful, welcoming Upper Valley region of Vermont.

This position is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the online library catalog, integrated library system, and all library networks including servers, Internet, telephones, security and other automated systems. Documents and updates procedures, and trains others to use those procedures. This position supervises technology training programs for library patrons and staff. This position is responsible for computer security within the library. May also be responsible for licensing and providing access to online library database subscriptions. NWPL is part of a consortial environment, and this position must work closely with a central systems office and with peers at sister institutions to ensure the smooth functioning of a shared online system.

The duties include: knowledge of and comfort with educational technologies, such as PowerPoint, html, and website management software; ability to quickly teach oneself new technologies, create necessary documentation and other training tools, and be prepared to teach the technologies to a wide range of constituents. Familiarity and skills with html syntax, and with creating and updating of web pages. Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Windows Server and Network Administration would also be helpful.

Minimum requirements: MLS and/or computer science degree and relevant experience.

Anticipated start date: late 2017/early 2018. Salary, hours and schedule to be determined.

Please send resume & cover letter to Amanda Merk, Executive Director, NWPL to amanda@normanwilliams.org

Applications will be accepted until November 30th.

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