Part-Time Library/Media Specialist (Alburgh, VT)

The goal of Alburgh School library is to enhance student achievement and foster the appreciation of literature by ensuring that students and teachers are effective users of ideas and information. This goal is accomplished by:

• providing intellectual and physical access to materials in a variety of formats.
• providing instruction to foster literacy competence and stimulate interest in accessing, evaluating, and applying information and ideas.
• promoting literacy throughout the day.
• collaborating with other educators to design learning so that students’ literacy needs are met.
• serving as an independent and supervised learning center.

Minimum Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree and valid State of Vermont teaching certificate.
• State certification as a school library media specialist.
• Desire to continue career improvement.

Preferred Qualifications

• Master’s Degree in Library Science, Master of Educational Technology, or comparable degree
Supervision
• The library media specialist reports directly to and is evaluated by the Alburgh School principal

Position Type: Part-time

For more information and to apply, click here.

Assistant State Librarian (Concord, NH)

The New Hampshire State Library has an opening for Administrator of Library Operations.This person would ideally have state library experience and would have worked with IMLS and LSTA funding and will be in charge of the state library when the state librarian is unavailable. The link below describes the position fully.

Click on the following link to the State’s website to apply on-line.

https://jobsp.nhfirst.nh.gov/lawtaprd/CandidateSelfService/controller.servlet?dataarea=lawtaprd&context.session.key.HROrganization=10&context.session.key.JobBoard=EXTERNAL

Then, Click on “Find a job” “ > External job postings” > Search for the JOB ID #13138 and open for information regarding the position and follow the instructions to apply if interested.

Temporary Part-Time Aide (Sunapee, NH)

The Abbott Library is a busy, dynamic and professional working environment. We are seeking an energetic and engaged part-time library aide to work 15-18 hours a week. Duties will include planning for our popular After School Kids (ASK) program and supervising students in ASK. Candidates must be available to work on Mondays from 2:30 to 4:30 and Wednesdays from 2:30 to 5:00. Planning and preparation for the program can be scheduled with some flexibility within the library’s open hours.

The ability to work some Saturdays and work additional hours when needed is a plus. Ideal candidates will be personable, cheerful, professional and enjoy working with the public. Candidates must have basic computer skills, Internet searching skills and enjoy working with children. Experience working in a library and/or educational setting is a plus.

The starting hourly rate is $13.03 per hour. This is a temporary position. Interested applicants can send a letter of interest and a resume to [email protected]. The position will be open until filled. A full job description is available upon request.

Circulation Assistant (Hanover, NH)

The Howe Library is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Circulation Assistant.

SALARY: $18.33 Hourly OPENING DATE: 12/03/18 CLOSING DATE: 12/14/18 05:00 PM

JOB SUMMARY: The Howe Library is recruiting for a Circulation Assistant. This is a regular part-time (20 hours per week) and benefits eligible position. Some weekend and evening work required. The Town of Hanover offers a highly competitive flexible benefits plan that includes health insurance, disability, paid vacation and sick leave, and more.

Job duties include checking books in and out at the circulation desk using the library’s automated system, shelving books, and performing clerical tasks. Candidates must be committed to providing excellent customer service to library patrons. A complete job description (including minimum qualifications) is available here.https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hanovernh/jobs/2264714/circulation-assistant

Applications must be submitted through the Town of Hanover’s online recruiting system. For instructions, please visit www.hanovernh.org and select Employment. All job offers contingent on outcome of background check. The Town of Hanover is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hanovernh

Library/Media Specialist (Concord, VT)

Concord (.6 FTE), Lunenburg (.2 FTE) and Gilman (.2 FTE) Schools seek a collaborative individual to help us continue to develop our Library/Media Center for the 21st Century. Knowledge of 21st Century technology skills, library/media management, and children’s literature a must. Individual will work collaboratively with teaching teams and Kingdom East librarians. Strong organizational, planning and team work skills a must. Candidates with a Bachelor’s in Teaching, Technology or 7-12th English are encouraged to apply. Please apply here.

Collections Strategies and Services Librarian (Keene, NH)

The Mason Library at Keene State College is seeking a Collections Strategies and Services Librarian (CSS), a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor. The CSS librarian provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for Mason Library’s physical and digital collections in established and emerging formats and media. Mason Library’s collections reflect the diversity of the curriculum and of our New Hampshire setting.

Position has a start date of August 2019.

For more information, and to apply, please visit https://jobs.usnh.edu/postings/31337

Youth Services Librarian (Manchester, VT)

Mission: Manchester Community Library is open to all as an inspiring gathering place for the community, providing resources for personal enrichment and growth.

 

The Position

The Youth Services Librarian works 30 hours a week and reports to the Executive Director.  He/she serves as the authority on youth and young adult services and programming and is responsible for collection management and the planning, coordination, presentation of programs, services, enrichment opportunities, and special-interest groups geared for children and teens. She/he is also responsible for communicating about youth and young adult services and programming in the Library and out to the community at large.  This position requires balancing multiple responsibilities in a fast-paced and forward-thinking environment with an emphasis on providing exemplary customer service to patrons.Read More

Library Director (Winchester, NH)

We are searching for an enthusiastic person to promote Conant Public
Library in Winchester, New Hampshire as the social, educational, and
cultural hub of our community. We prefer candidates with a bachelor’s
degree and experience managing a library to be the steward of our
diverse media, historic building, and museum collections. The director
will work with the library board of trustees, members of the community,
schools, local service organizations, and other relevant stakeholders to
identify the needs of the community. The director will devote special
attention to the development of the collection, programs, and
environment for the youth and children of the community. Working
thirty-two to thirty-four hours per week, the director will develop
long-term strategies, relationships, and programs to address the needs
and deploy our library, staff, collections, and other assets to support
and enrich the library’s community and the lives of those therein.

Full description here.

Interested candidates should send a resume to:

Board of Trustees
Conant Public Library
111 Main Street
Winchester, NH 03470

VLA Graduate Student Scholarship

The Vermont Library Association Board wishes to promote professional librarianship in Vermont and to encourage involvement in professional development within the state. In support of this, VLA has created a scholarship for those enrolled in a Graduate library degree program.

VLA will award up to $1500 to the selected, qualified applicant pursuing an MLS or MLIS degree.  The check will go directly to the recipient’s educational program.

To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Must be enrolled in an MLS/MLIS program
  • Must be an active individual VLA member (institutional memberships are not eligible)
  • Must live in Vermont and/or work in a Vermont library and
  • Must not have received a scholarship from VLA in the past 2 years.

The scholarship will be administered by the Vermont Library Association Scholarship Committee. The committee reserves the right not to award a scholarship if qualified applicants are not found. Priority will be given based on monetary need and potential for involvement, leadership and commitment to Vermont Libraries.

Click here for Scholarship Application

The deadline for applications will be November 15th each year with the scholarship sent to the institution for the Spring Semester. Winners will be notified on December 15th and a check will be mailed after January 1st.