The Swanton Public Library is seeking a creative, energetic, and skilled individual to join our team. The right candidate will have a strong background in youth programming. Technology skills and library experience preferred. Must be willing to work evenings until 7 PM and alternating Saturdays. This is a full-time position ($14.65/hr). Read More
The Petersburgh Public Library, a municipal library serving a population of approximately 1,500 residents in Eastern Rensselaer County, is accepting applications for the position of Library Director. The Library Director works under the general direction of the Library Board of Trustees and is responsible for day-to-day operations of the library.
The Board is seeking an energetic and book-passionate person with administrative experience. Library experience will be a considered a plus and preference will be given to a Petersburgh resident. The position requires a two year college degree or equivalent.
This is a part-time position working twenty-four hour per week with a starting salary of $21,000 per annum. The position will start November 1, 2018.
Please send a cover letter, resume and the names and contact information for three professional references by the submission deadline of October 15, 2018.
Submissions via US mail should be addressed to JOB SEARCH, Petersburgh Public Library, PO Box 250, Petersburgh, NY 12138. Submissions via email should be sent to
Highgate Library and Community Center is seeking a Head Librarian/Director to manage employees and volunteers, manage library collections, and maintain responsibility of administrative work. This person will plan, manage, and direct the operations, programs, services, and personnel of the Highgate Library and Community Center. Read More
The Philbrick James Library in Deerfield, New Hampshire is seeking an outgoing, organized, and experienced person to fill the position of Library Director. Deerfield is a friendly, growing community of about 4,500 residents, and is convenient to Concord, Manchester, and Portsmouth. The library building is located at the center of the town’s historic district.Read More
Under the supervision of the Acquisitions and Office Manager, this position is responsible for developing and recommending coherent communication strategies to promote the Library’s brand to different audience segments using the most effective communication channels. The individual works collaboratively and independently to create strategic messaging products.Read More
The Newbury Public Library 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, $14-$16/hour, (expected schedule is Monday 9:30-3:30, Tuesday and Thursday 1-6, Saturday 10-2). 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 be passionate about maintaining a welcoming and customer service-oriented environment.
The Newbury Public Library is seeking a dedicated and reliable Library Aide to perform a variety of professional duties including circulation and program assistance. The ideal candidates will be technologically savvy; possess well-developed communication skills, and be passionate about maintaining a welcoming and customer service oriented environment. This is an part-time position, 10 hours a week (expected schedule is Sunday 12-5, Monday 3-8), at $13/hour ($14/hour on Sundays), and may require occasional solo work. Hiring is contingent on a background check.
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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 [email protected] Position will be open until filled. Call (603)763-5803 for more information.
Responsibilities for this part-time position at the Morrill Memorial and Harris Library in Strafford, Vermont include overseeing children’s programming, including planning and executing a weekly after school program during the school year with a craft or activity tie-in; six weeks of summer reading programming; bi-weekly outreach to the Creative Preschool; and occasional special programs. Programs should be literacy based, age appropriate and include quality children’s literature. Other duties as needed include: shopping for arts and craft materials, keeping materials in order, arranging for a high school volunteer to help with programs and lining up outside performers.
The position reports to the Library Director. Depending on the time of year, this position involves 2-7 hours of work per week. Experience working with pre-school and elementary-aged children, knowledge of children’s literature and literacy fundamentals and previous experience in an educational or library setting preferred.
Please submit resume and cover letter by August 31, 2018 to [email protected]. Please call (802) 765-4037 or email the library with any questions.
The Howe Library in Hanover, NH seeks an energetic and community service-oriented professional to become our new Emerging Technology Librarian. This position helps develop, plan, coordinate, promote, and assess programs and services related to digital literacy and technology support services for library staff and the local community. The position will play a vital role in the development of a new community Maker Space in partnership with the town high school. The Library is looking for someone ready to bring innovation and strong interpersonal skills. The successful candidate must have a deep appreciation for technology and makerspace initiatives, positive attitude, strong community outreach skills, and flexibility.
Applications must be submitted through the town’s online application system. More information about the job at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hanovernh