Adult Services Librarian (Hanover, NH)

The Howe Library invites applications from experienced and public-service oriented professionals for the position of part-time Adult Services Librarian. This position is responsible for providing reference and information services and assistance to library patrons. Candidates must be highly knowledgeable and able to instruct patrons in the use of computer-based library information systems and other reference sources.  Starting hourly rate depends on qualifications and experience.

 Applications must be submitted through the town’s online application system. More information about the job at

Adult Services Librarian (Vergennes, VT)

The Bixby Memorial Free Library seeks an enthusiastic, community-oriented individual to join our team as Adult Services Librarian. The Adult Services Librarian manages adult services, collections, and programming. This is a 30-hour per week position with an anticipated start date of September 1, 2018. MLIS or equivalent certification/experience preferred. For a full description of duties and required skills, and information on how to apply, visit

Community Services Librarian (Norwich, VT)

The Norwich Public Library is seeking a creative, energetic and community-spirited library professional to become our Community Services Librarian (PT).  This position is responsible for developing adult programs, managing public relations activities and nurture current and foster new community outreach. A strong customer service philosophy and passion for libraries is essential.   A full job description can be found on our website ( Send resume and letter of interest with three professional references to [email protected].   Closes September 7, 2018

LTS Account Support Specialist (Contoocook, NH)

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Date: Jul 30, 2018
Location: Contoocook, NH, US, 03229
Company: EBSCO Industries Inc
EBSCO Information Services (EIS) provides a complete and optimized research solution comprised of e-journals, e-books, and research databases — all combined with the most powerful discovery service to support the information needs and maximize the research experience of our end-users. Headquartered in Ipswich, MA, EIS employs more than 3,300 people worldwide. We are the leader in our field due to our cutting-edge technology, forward-thinking philosophy, and top-notch workforce. EIS, a division of EBSCO Industries Inc., based in Birmingham, AL, is ranked in the top 200 of the nation’s largest, privately held corporations according to Forbes magazine. EBSCO is a company that will motivate you, inspire you, and allow you to grow. We are looking for the best. If you are too, we encourage you to explore our unique opportunities.

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Research and Instruction Librarian (North Adams, MA)

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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts seeks a Research and Instruction Librarian to collaborate with MCLA faculty, staff, and students to create and provide user-centered teaching and learning opportunities that foster inquiry, discovery, critical thinking, lifelong learning, and ethical information use and creation.

 Using the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education (Framework), the Research and Instruction Librarian creates learning outcomes, designs instruction/assignments, advances the library’s information literacy program, teaches in face-to-face, online, hybrid, or embedded courses, provides individual research consultations to students and faculty, and assesses the effectiveness of library instruction.  Responsibilities extend to instructional sites in Pittsfield, MA, and online courses/programs.

 The Research and Instruction Librarian co-leads the archives with the Digital Services Librarian, participates in collection development, collaborates with other departments to promote student success, and supervises the part-time reference staff.  The Research and Instruction Librarian’s regular schedule is Monday – Friday from 9 am to 5 pm with an occasional weekend or evening instruction session.   Some scheduling flexibility required.Read More

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.