Reference and Academic Outreach Librarian – Vermont Law School (South Royalton, VT)

The Julien and Virginia Cornell Library at the Vermont Law School seeks applications for the position of Reference and Academic Outreach Librarian. This position is part of the reference team that provides reference services to all law library users as well as leads outreach activities to Vermont Law School students, faculty, and staff. The Reference and Academic Outreach Librarian prepares library guides and other research tools for Vermont Law School’s online and residential communities. This position provides leadership in developing and implementing promotional activities and events. The Reference and Academic Outreach Librarian manages the faculty liaison program as well as the reference, rare books, and archives collections. Instructional responsibilities include conducting research classes, and library orientation sessions, with the possibility of teaching legal research courses.
A detailed position description is available at:
https://vermontlaw.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=110196
Vermont Law School is a dynamic, independent law school and is known for its strong environmental law program. The Law School is located on the White River in the historic village of South Royalton, VT within forty-five minutes of Hanover, NH, home of Dartmouth College; Montpelier, VT, the state capital; and historic Woodstock, VT. VLS is also within three hours drive of Montreal and Boston. The area is an ideal location for those who enjoy both summer and winter sports.
posted on May 16th, 2019

Part-time Librarian – Newbury Public Library (Newbury, NH)

The Newbury Public Library in Newbury NH seeks a highly motivated, energetic and creative Children’s Librarian who is interested in joining our team. This is a part time, 20 hours per week position, $16-18 per hour, with some night and weekend hours required. Extra hours will be given in the summer, due to the Summer Reading Program schedule. Hiring is contingent on a background check.
The ideal candidate is passionate about creating dynamic programming, ranging from Storytime for babies to preschool to afterschool, summer, and family programs for elementary aged children and tweens. They will be technologically savvy, have an in-depth knowledge of children’s literature and the ability to translate children’s needs and interests into effective library services, and be passionate about maintaining a welcoming and customer service-oriented environment. Bachelors degree required, MLS/MLIS or MLS Candidates preferred, but experience is highly valued.
A detailed job description can be found at:

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Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references by email to Lea McBain, Library Director at director@newburynhlibrary.net. First review of applications will begin on June 3rd, 2019. Position will be open until filled.
posted on May 16th, 2019

Part-time Librarian – Haston Library (Franklin, VT)

The Haston Library, in Franklin, VT, is seeking an energetic and skilled librarian to oversee daily operation of the library.The position will be for up to 26 hours per week.The ideal applicant is dedicated to maintaining our library as a vital component of our community through managing and improving our collection and effectively using information technology, as well as developing, delivering and maintaining community outreach programs for all ages and coordinating those activities with other community groups. Library certification or willingness to work toward certification preferred. Effective communication skills and a good sense of humor are important.The Haston Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please submit cover letter and resume by May 24, 2019 to townoff@franklinvt.net or send to Franklin Town P.O. Box 83, Franklin, VT 05457.
posted on May 16th, 2019

Library Assistant II – Hartland Public Library (Hartland, VT)

The Hartland Public Library seeks a creative and collaborative person to perform circulation duties, as well as library promotion and publicity. Some responsibilities include: designing flyers and promotional material for programs and events; posting to social media accounts; creating book displays; and assisting patrons at the circulation desk. This position is for 8 hours a week, including one Saturday each month and one evening each week. For a complete job description visit https://www.hartlandlibraryvt.org/employment-opportunities/
To apply, send cover letter and resumé to director@hartlandlibraryvt.org. Deadline to apply is May 15th, 2019.
posted on May 16th, 2019

Half-Time Library Professional, Roger Clark Memorial Library (Pittsfield, VT)

The Roger Clark Memorial Library is seeking an outgoing, enthusiastic, self-motivated half-time Library Professional to become the new face of RCML. This library spokesperson, under the supervision of the Board of Trustees, will be responsible for the administration, supervision and coordination a new library schedule, current and new materials, and services and program development for community members of all ages, while carrying out the policies adopted by the Library Board of Trustees.
This is a brand new paid position for our “volunteer run since 1901” library. It is a great opportunity for someone looking for a change of pace. Starting at $15 per hour with a negotiable 20-hr per week schedule, incorporating one evening and Saturdays. (See full job description below)
Minimum Qualifications-Education and Experience
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree or a willingness to work toward an equivalent degree or VT library certification
Alternatively, an equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge and abilities
Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Willingness to learn
Comfortable working with computers, online, and network applications
Ability to plan, organize, and perform work assignments with initiative and judgment, independently or with minimal supervision
Ability to establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships with Board and the public
Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs
Major Responsibilities and Duties
Developing procedures for the smooth running of the library and circulation desk
Creating, overseeing, promoting and publicizing the scheduling, as well as the use of the library services and resources
Providing community outreach for volunteer recruitment
Developing and executing programs that appeal to a variety of ages and interest
Maintaining and updating the collection with current materials in various formats
Keeping areas and collections neat, clean and organized
Participating in monthly trustees meeting
Providing regular, written reports of library activity for the board of trustees, the town, and the state, including: Collecting, reporting, and analyzing library statistics
Following policies adopted by the Board of Trustees, makes suggestions for changes as needed, and proposing ideas for the future
Maintaining interlibrary loan
Spending and monitoring budgeted funds in a responsible manner
Working closely with the library treasurer to develop an annual budget for adoption by the Board of Trustees, receive and pass on cash donations, fees, and other funds and review bills for approval or payment
Attending workshops, continuing education programs, library conferences and other professional training opportunities
Performing other related duties as assigned
Interested candidates please email resume, with references and cover letter to the Board of Trustees at pittsfieldvtlibrary@gmail.com. Applications will be accepted no later than June 7, 2019.
posted May 16th, 2019

Youth Services Librarian – Brown Public Library (Northfield, VT)

The Brown Public Library, located in Northfield, VT, seeks an energetic, collaborative Youth Services Librarian for a 25-30 hour a week position. The Youth Services Librarian provides programming for children, teens and young adults, including weekly story hours, Summer Reading Program, Reading is Fundamental program, and outreach. The youth librarian is also responsible for management of the children’s book collection, assists at the circulation desk and performs other duties as needed.
Requirements: college education; experience working with the public, especially children, teens and young adults; willingness to work towards a VT Library Certificate; computer literacy. Previous library experience preferred. Starting salary range: $16-$18 an hour. To apply, send cover letter and resume to bplibdirector@gmail.com. Application deadline is May 15, 2019.
posted on April 29th, 2019

Youth Services Librarian – Dorothy Alling Memorial Library (Williston, VT)

Dorothy Alling Memorial Library in Williston, VT is seeking a dynamic Youth Services Librarian (full-time) to serve a population of approximately 10,000. The busy youth services area is well loved by preschoolers and their parents and is always buzzing with activity after school. Our youth services librarians have a history of cooperation with the larger day cares and two elementary schools in town, area home-school families and the local union high school. Ideal candidates will demonstrate collaborative leadership, community connections, innovation in their field and be able to communicate their love of learning with patrons of all ages.
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Library Assistant II – Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (North Adams, MA)

The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts seeks a creative, dedicated staff member to join Freel Library’s circulation services team and oversee day-to-day activities in the new Learning Commons (set to open this fall). The Library Assistant II, Library Commons Supervisor, coordinates and promotes activities in the library’s Learning Commons, hires and supervises library and learning commons student employees, acts as a liaison to IT and other LC service partners, and gathers data to inform assessment of the learning commons. As part of the library circulation services team, this position also provides direct services to patrons and helps to maintain general oversight of the library facility. This position is part of the AFSCME bargaining unit. For a fuller description of the position and to apply, please visit https://mcla.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=109266. Deadline for applications is May 5, 2019.
posted on April 15th, 2019

Youth Librarian – Stowe Free Library (Stowe, VT)

The Stowe Free Library is seeking an energetic and creative individual to be our new Youth Librarian, assisting in fulfilling our mission: “To Welcome, To Inspire, To Enrich the Mind.” We are searching for an enthusiastic team player who inspires life-long learning in our youngest patrons and who enjoys working in a welcoming and professional environment. Our cherished municipal library houses a collection of 35,000 of items, reports 100,000 annual visits, and receives tremendous support from the community. The Town of Stowe is a quaint New England town that provides an excellent school system, fabulous four-season outdoor activities, and numerous cultural festivals for its 4,400 residents and seasonal visitors.
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Library Director – Royalton Memorial Library (South Royalton, VT)

The Royalton Memorial Library is seeking an energetic, well-organized Director to provide outstanding customer service to our vibrant and diverse community. The Director is responsible for all operations of the library and the position includes clerical, outreach, fundraising and supervisory duties. Must have excellent interpersonal skills and at least intermediate technology skills. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree and a candidate with a CPL through the state of VT or willingness to pursue one is preferred. 32 hours per week, including some evening and Saturday hours. Starting at $17/hour with paid sick leave and paid vacation. If interested please send resume, three references, and cover letter to RML, c/o Phoebe Roda, PO Box 179, South Royalton, VT 05068 or email phoebe@royaltonlibrary.org
posted on April 15th, 2019