Circulation Evening Staff Member-University of Vermont Libraries, Howe Library (Burlington, VT)

The Howe Library Circulation Department is seeking a Library Support Senior for our team. This position provides supervision of student employees and oversee security and safety during evening and weekend hours. Responsibilities include overseeing public service points, assist Library users with problems and access issues, enforce library policy, oversee stacks maintenance, and coordinate projects with other Library and university staff. This is a 9 month position, August 16th through May 15th. When classes are in session for the Fall and Spring semester working Friday through Tuesday. During academic breaks, the shift changes to Monday through Friday.

For more information and to apply online, please visit our website: and refer to job posting number S3167PO. Candidates are required to submit a cover letter, résumé, and contact information for three references. The search will remain open until the position is filled. For best consideration, complete applications should be received no later than November 19, 2021.

– Posted 10/22/21

Health Science Librarian Positions-University of Vermont Libraries, Dana Medical Library (Burlington, VT)

The University of Vermont Dana Medical Library seeks two creative and service-oriented individuals to join our team of librarians who report to the Director of the Dana Medical Library. Health sciences librarians at UVM provide high quality user-centered teaching, learning and research support to constituents from the Larner College of Medicine, the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and the University of Vermont Medical Center (located adjacent to campus). The two new hires will have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues in reimagining how to best support our users’ needs in a time of change. We are seeking both experienced librarians and those who are new to the field. Come and grow with us!


The Dana Medical Library supports physicians, nurses, and other health professionals at the UVM Medical Center as well as medical and health sciences students, faculty and staff in the Larner College of Medicine and the College of Nursing and Health Science. These two positions will serve as liaisons for specific academic and clinical areas and support the general research needs of other students and the public. Successful librarians in this position will: 

  • Establish collaborative relationships with faculty, residents, staff, students, and clinicians in liaison areas.  
  • Provide curricular support through the development and teaching of course-integrated instruction and general workshops.  
  • Provide research, reference, and expert searching assistance to a wide array of users including clinicians. This support includes reference, one-on-one, and group research consultations that occur virtually and face-to-face.  
  • Create online instructional materials such as research guides, tutorials, and integrated library services.  
  • Contribute to collection development decisions for physical and online health sciences collections.  
  • Engage in research and scholarly activities to meet the libraries’ and the university’s requirements for reappointment and promotion.  
  • Participate actively in committees, working groups, teams, projects, or other initiatives that further the libraries’, the university’s, and the profession’s missions.  


For further details about these positions (including salary information) and to apply online, please visit our website at: and refer to job posting number F1983PO. The search will remain open until the position is filled. For best consideration, complete applications should be received no later than November 12, 2021.

– Posted 10/22/21

Director – Bent Northrop Memorial Library (Fairfield, VT)

Bent Northrop Memorial Library seeks a dynamic, innovative, collaborative, Director to join our library, the heart and hearth of Fairfield, VT (population, 1900). The successful candidate will exhibit an energetic and positive spirit while maintaining a safe and inviting environment for pre-school to adult patrons. They will be eager to connect with community members through innovative programming, be willing to learn new things, and be able to balance details with flexibility.

The Director, at 32 hours/week, will be responsible for planning and implementing programs for children 0-18 and adults. Other responsibilities include: maintain library materials and collections; interact with local school, community organizations, and Board of Trustees; manage the facility; provide technological assistance; build and manage budget, and supervise Assistant Librarian and other library staff. Job description and requirements can be found at

Preference will be given to candidates with MLS, Vermont Public Library Certification and/or related experience or willingness to pursue certification. Salary commensurate with experience and education. Benefits included. The position includes some evenings and Saturdays. If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to Post open until position is filled.

– Posted 10/19/21