Library Circulation Clerk – Morristown Centennial Library (Morrisville, VT)

The Morristown Centennial Library in Morrisville, Vermont is looking for our next valued colleague in the role of Circulation Clerk.  This position includes all aspects of patron service at the circulation desks in Adult and Youth Services; assisting Adult Services staff and Youth Services Librarian with daily tasks and projects as needed; aiding in the processing and reshelving of materials; partnering with co-workers in maintaining neat, safe and organized physical space in both departments and on library grounds, and other functions as needed.  We are looking for a personable, capable and efficient co-worker who can multi-task, remain calm in an often-busy public library environment, maintain patron privacy and work well with patrons and other staff.

Hours are Tuesdays 9:30-5:00; Wednesdays 11:00-5:00; Thursdays 9:30-5:00; Fridays 11:00-5:00 and at least one Saturday per month, 8:30-2, with a range of 27-32 hours per week.  Rate of pay is $13.00 per hour.  Please send letter of interest and resume with three professional references to info@centenniallibrary.org.  Please, no telephone calls.  Resumes accepted until October 30th.

Library Consultant, Services To Children and Teens – Vermont Department of Libraries (Montpelier, VT)

The Vermont Department of Libraries is hiring a professional to work in consulting, administration, professional development, and program implementation for the Department of Libraries to provide statewide leadership for the advancement of library services and programs for children, teens, and families, literacy and lifelong learning, and access to high-quality literature and library resources for youth. Duties include: on-site and virtual library consulting to public libraries throughout Vermont; instruction and training to empower local library staff to provide lifelong learning programs in their communities, and developing relationships with partner organizations and state agencies which influence public policy related to children and families, literacy, and lifelong learning. Work is performed under the general direction of the Assistant State Librarian for Library Advancement and as part of a team of library consultants.
For more information and to apply online, visit: https://libraries.vermont.gov/employment.  The application period will close on October 27, 2019.
– Updated October 16, 2019

Assistant Librarian – Enfield Public Library (Enfield, NH)

The Enfield Public Library seeks a creative and motivated individual to fill the position of Assistant Librarian. This person has a lot of freedom to make this role their own and the position offers great potential for experimentation and creativity. While focused on managing all aspects of children’s services and interlibrary loan, this is an Assistant Director level role with responsibilities in almost all areas of library service.

The successful candidate will:

  • Assist the Town Librarian in the organization, management, and administration of the library. Stands in for the Town Librarian in their absence
  • Have strong knowledge of youth literature and significant experience planning and implementing age appropriate programming for children
  • Have thorough knowledge of library principles and practices, current issues and trends
  • Set a positive tone within the library and help enhance community ties
  • Be proactive in leading the library toward pioneering new projects

Essential Attributes and Skills:

  • Comfortable working independently in a busy environment
  • Excellent patron service a must with the ability to communicate courteously and effectively with people of all age levels, abilities, needs, and backgrounds
  • Proficiency with technology, digital and social media, and the ability to do instructional assistance on devices
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, organizational, and supervisory experience skills

Requirements

An ALA-accredited Master’s Degree in Library Science and 5+ years progressively responsible public library service, including supervisory and administrative ability OR the equivalent combination of education and experience which demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

The Town of Enfield is located in the Upper Valley region and the library serves a population of 4,580. The position includes some evening hours and is full time with benefits including health insurance, retirement, vacation, sick, and personal days. Starting salary is $22.50 an hour. Please send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Melissa Hutson: mhutson@enfield.nh.us. Application deadline is October 31, 2019. No phone calls please.

– Posted September 28, 2019

Library Media Technician – South Burlington School District (South Burlington, VT)

South Burlington School District is looking for a full-time Library Media Technician.
Job Summary: Works under the general direction of the Library Media Information Specialist. Assists users in accessing library materials such as: books, audio/video materials, databases, and equipment. Compiles records, sorts and shelves books and reading materials; check materials in/out, repairs damaged materials, and answers questions. Assists with simple technology issues in the classrooms.
For full details and to apply online visit: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3179770
– Posted September 27, 2019

Weekend Circulation Supervisor [part-time] – Saint Michael’s College (Colchester, VT)

Weekend Circulation Supervisor [part-time] – Saint Michael’s College (Colchester, VT)

Saint Michael’s College seeks applicants for Library Weekend Circulation Supervisor Part-time. This year round position provides weekend supervision of library student assistants and the facility. The individual selected will support use of library services by students, faculty, and staff, including circulation and research. This individual will consult with other staff to develop flexible work schedules to cover weekend hours of service. The typical schedule for this position is 12 hours every other weekend, with extended hours during final exams and reduced hours during the summer. Limited Monday-Friday hours may also be available.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or appropriate combination of experience and education
  • Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with online information systems
  • Library, bookstore, supervisory, and/or teaching experience
  • Must have excellent oral and written communications skills, a public service orientation, and ability to work both independently and in a collegial, team-oriented environment

For more information or to apply, click here

– Posted September 20, 2019

Children’s 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. We are an active library known for our programming and are looking for a passionate Children’s Librarian to become a part of our community! Our ideal candidate will be able to create fun and engaging programs ranging from dynamic Storytimes for babies to preschool to afterschool, summer and family programs for elementary aged children and tweens/teens.  They will be technologically savvy, have a love of children’s literature and be friendly and approachable to all ages. Experience working with children is highly valued.

This is a part-time, 20 hours per week position, $16-18 per hour depending on experience.  Weekend availability is a must. Extra hours will be given in the summer (5 extra hours per week, typically on Wednesdays), due to the Summer Reading Program schedule. Hiring is contingent on a background check.

A detailed job description can be found at: http://newburynhlibrary.net/employment

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume by email to Lea McBain, Library Director at director@newburynhlibrary.net. Review of applications starts immediately. Position will be open until filled.

– Posted September 5, 2019

Library Director, 20 hours per week – Shedd Free Library (Washington, NH )

The Shedd Free Library in Washington NH is seeking an organized, friendly, experienced person to fill the position of Library Director.

The Library Director must have a thorough working knowledge of modern library policies, practices, technologies and trends. Under the supervision and direction of the Library Trustees, the Library Director administers, plans and oversees all aspects of library. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and proficiency with technology are required. The goal is to provide a warm, welcoming environment for all ages.

For a full job description contact: SFLDirector26@gmail.com

bachelor’s degree in Library Science or related field preferred.  Completion of Basic Library Techniques classes, professional certificate of librarianship, or equivalent experience will be considered.

We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience for this 20-hour-a-week position.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to SFLDirector26@gmail.com  or via mail to Shedd Free Library Search Committee, 46 North Main Street, Washington, NH 03280.  Priority will be given to applications received by October 10, 2019.

– Posted September 5, 2019

Program and Systems Librarian – Stowe Free Library (Stowe, VT)

The Stowe Free Library is seeking a technical savvy, customer service and detail oriented individual to fill the position of Program and Systems Librarian to assist in fulfilling its mission: “To Welcome, To Inspire, To Enrich the Mind.” Stowe’s cherished municipal library is located within the historic Helen Day Memorial Building in the village of Stowe, a premier four-season resort community with a population of 4,500. The library houses a collection of 35,000 volumes and receives 100,000 annual visits.

A Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required, and an MLS from an ALA accredited school or a Vermont Department of Libraries Certification is preferred. A working knowledge and experience with computers, including Integrated Library Systems (ILS), the Inter-Library Loan system in Vermont, content and web based applications, current technologies, public access networks, and adult programming is desired.  Good verbal and written communication, customer service, organizational, and supervisory skills are required. Candidates must be able to perform detailed work, to lift and to shelve books. This is currently a full time position, includes evenings and Saturday hours, with excellent benefits and a starting hourly pay range of $20.23 – $21.99, contingent upon qualifications and experience. This is a position with much growth potential.

A job description and employment application can be obtained on the Town of Stowe website: www.townofstowevt.org.  Send employment application, letter of interest and resume to: Town of Stowe, Attn: Recruiter, PO Box 730, Stowe, VT 05672 or emailrecruit@stowevt.gov

 Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.    EOE

– Posted September 1, 2019

Records and Information Management (RIM) Specialist II – Secretary of State's Office (Middlesex, VT)

Application Deadline Date:  08/21/2019
Req ID:  2326
Department:  Secretary of State’s Office
Location:  Middlesex, VT, US
Position Type:  Permanent
Schedule Type:  Full Time
Hourly Rate:  $24.76

Overview

Are you an emerging information management leader looking for a challenging and rewarding position with the State of Vermont? The Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA) is currently seeking a Records and Information (RIM) Specialist to provide administrative and technical support to the functional operations of the statewide RIM program and public agency RIM programs as assigned.

Duties include assisting with the identification, classification and analysis of recordkeeping requirements to develop new record schedules or update existing ones and assisting public agencies in the management of public records and information, including data.
Under supervision, work may include collaborating with attorneys, technologists, business managers, and functions-based personnel, as well as colleagues and superiors, to formulate RIM policies and to develop and implement systems and services to strategically fulfill mission-critical records and information needs of public agencies.
The ability to interpret and apply RIM policies, guidelines, and standards to resolve problems and effectively impart complex ideas to others in easily understandable terms is critical. Commitment to sustaining cooperative relationships with a wide variety of individuals encountered during work activities is a core responsibility of this position.  Working knowledge of Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (the “Principles”) and industry standards and best practices, records creation and use, and information technology, are essential.

The view the full job spec, please visit:  https://humanresources.vermont.gov/classification-position-management/classification/job-specifications?code=080100

– Posted August 15, 2019

Temporary Employee Information-Technology Assistant – The University of Vermont, Howe Library (Burlington, VT)

The University of Vermont, Howe Library

Position: Temporary Employee Information-Technology Assistant

Department: Classroom Technology Services

Classroom Technology Services is searching for a temporary employee to provide technical support for networked computer workstations for the University’s classrooms.  The successful candidate creates a standard image, managing software licenses, updates, virus protection, browser add-ons, and plug-ins for classroom instructor computers.  Also, assists in managing, troubleshooting, and repairing networked audiovisual equipment; monitors remote management software for both Extron and Creston equipment, troubleshoots, diagnoses, and provides solutions and creative fixes to issues. This is an hourly position with no benefits, Monday through Friday, 37.5-hour workweek. Employment now through December 2019 with possible extension.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Educational Technology, or related field and three to five years’ experience with networked microcomputers systems, or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge or abilities is acquired.  Working knowledge of MS-DOS, Win 10, Office solutions, and Deep Freeze software application; knowledge of Mac OS; knowledge of and understanding of networked audiovisual (AV) systems.

Special Conditions: Lifting, moving, and transporting of computers, monitor and other components and hardware; bending, twisting, stretching, kneeling in sometimes-awkward ways; walking across campus year-round.  Occasional work pre or post-normal business hours may be required; need to be on call after hours for emergencies.

Application: Send a cover letter and resume to Andrew Horvat (Andrew.Horvat@uvm.edu).  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found.

– Posted August 8, 2019