The South Burlington Library Foundation is looking for an experienced Capital Campaign Coordinator (part-time, contract labor.) This position will support all ofﬁcers and committees of the South Burlington Library Foundation (SBLF) in the development and implementation of a SBLF Capital Campaign. For a detailed job description, please go to http://bit.ly/SBLFCCC. Interested candidates should send a current resume and cover letter to [email protected] by March 1, 2019. The cover letter should address comparable work experience, past successes, and a statement to convey an understanding of the value of libraries.
The Haskell Free Library & Opera House is seeking a part-time Library Clerk. Under the supervision of the Librarian, the Library Clerk performs varied tasks in issuing and receiving library books and periodicals, and assisting members in the use of library services and facilities.
The Haskell Free Library & Opera House is seeking a part-time Youth Services Assistant (20 hours per week). Under the supervision of the Librarian, the Youth Services Assistant is responsible for planning and implementing programming for children and young adults at the Haskell Free Library. They are also responsible for maintaining the youth collection.
The Haskell Free Library & Opera House is seeking a part-time French Language Services Coordinator (20 hours per week). Under the supervision of the Librarian, the French Services Coordinator is responsible for developing and maintaining the French collection, as well as the French programming at the Haskell Free Library.
Elementary/Middle School Short-term Librarian Substitute – Seeking a Short-term Librarian Substitute for our elementary and middle school grade level students. Preferred candidate will have knowledge of library, media and research instructional practices, integration of technology. Anticipated dates are from February 14, 2019 through April 2019. Rate of pay is $100 per day.
Qualifications for position listed above:
The Vermont Educational Quality Standards require the services of a certified library media specialist.
• Current Vermont Educator License with Library Media Specialist endorsement (5440-61) preferred.
• If applying from out of state, must be eligible for Vermont Teacher’s Licensure.
• Ability to work collaboratively in a dynamic interdisciplinary team environment.
For more information and to apply, see the full posting here.
—posted on January 28th, 2019
The Swanton Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic Assistant Librarian (part-time) to join our team of enthusiastic librarians! Duties would entail attending to the circulation desk, helping to plan and run library programs, sorting books, and assisting in general operations.
You should be:
- Over 18.
- Have a high school diploma.
- Willing to execute the occasional event.
- Courteous and proactive.
- Enjoy working with the public.
- Interested in reading and learning (we are a library, after all).
- Be able to lift at least 20 lbs. (books are heavy).
Please send a resume, three references, and a cover letter to [email protected] In the cover letter, in addition to explicating how awesome you are, tell us a.) what would excite you about working at a library, and b.) three books that have had an impact on you in your life (we are a library, after all).
—posted on January 21st, 2019
Library Clerk/Aide Position – 27.5 hrs/wk from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the student school year.
The successful candidate must enjoy working with high school and middle school students in a busy, technological library. Primary responsibilities include supervising students, maintaining all operations relating to the periodical collection, and assisting students in locating materials and in basic research. Computer and iPad skills required.
- No experience required
- High School/Trade School degree preferred
- Citizenship, residency or work visa required
Find pay grade and benefit package at the LNSU Joint Support Staff Master Agreement. This position is designated as pay grade “3.”
If interested, please submit a cover letter, résumé, and three letters of reference to Lamoille Union High School, c/o Meagan Towle, Library Media Specialist
Equal Opportunity Employer
Lamoille North Supervisory Union is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.
—posted on January 21st, 2019
The Abbott Library is looking for a dynamic and creative individual to be our new Youth Services Librarian. We seek a dedicated innovator who is inspired to instill a life-long love of libraries in our youngest patrons. The Abbott Library is a welcoming and professional environment that enjoys tremendous support from its community.
Duties specific to the position will include development, maintenance and cataloging of the children’s collection, planning youth and family programming, and initiating community outreach. General library duties will include assisting patrons, shelving, registering new patrons, data entry and special projects. The Youth Services Librarian reports to the Library Director.
A full job description is available at the library or can be emailed upon request. Ideal candidates will be personable, cheerful, and professional and enjoy working with the public. Candidates must have basic computer skills and Internet searching skills. Library experience is a plus.
Hours will vary between 28 and 34 hours per week, with some evenings and Saturdays required. The starting hourly rate is between $18.92 and $19.39 per hour, depending on experience. Interested applicants can send a letter of interest and a resume to [email protected] by February 1, 2019 at 4 PM.
—posted January 13th, 2019
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. As a tenure-track position, the position also includes responsibilities in teaching in the Information Studies minor and information literacy, service to campus, and scholarship. Position has a start date of August 2019. For more information, and to apply, please visit this link.
—posted January 13th, 2019
Concord (.6 FTE), Lunenburg (.2 FTE) an 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.
Concord, Lunenburg and Gilman Schools are part of the Kingdom East School District, located in the heart of a vibrant, community in the Northeast, Vermont. We operate seven preK-8th grade schools ranging from 60 to 500 students. Our high school students have “choice” and may opt to attend one of the traditional independent schools — Lyndon Institute or St. Johnsbury Academy — or another high school of their choice.
We are located about 3 hours from Montreal, Boston and Portland, ME. Our region is known for breathtaking views and access to great skiing, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, canoeing and other outdoor opportunities. We are close to the White Mountains and the Green Mountains. Both Littleton, NH and St. Johnsbury, VT have numerous fine and performing arts venues. Our communities attract wholesome families, faculty and staff. Our schools maintain impassioned faculty, personalized beliefs about success, and a caring, safe school culture.
Apply online at this link. On-line application must include: profile, letter, resume, transcripts, references, tests, certifications and questions, if asked. Hard copies of Vermont Certification with appropriate endorsements, three written letters of reference and transcripts will be required for verification at the interview level. Visit our website www.kingdomeast.org for information about our schools. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply.
—posted on January 13th, 2019