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Children's Librarian

Brooklyn Public Library

About Brooklyn Public Library:
Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), the nation’s 5th largest public library system, with an operating budget of over a hundred million dollars, is committed to providing the borough’s 2.5 million people with quality services, programs, and a vibrant learning environment through a network of 60 neighborhood libraries. 

About the Position:
The Library is seeking full-time Children’s Librarians to deliver quality library services and programs. The Children's Librarian, under the supervision of the Neighborhood Library Supervisor, works as part of the branch team and performs basic library work for all ages concentrating on service to children and their parents and caregivers.   
This position requires professional knowledge and judgment, including, but not limited to, reference and reader’s advisory services, collection development, and individual/group programming. The schedule is 35 hours per week.

Duties & Responsibilities:
* Provides reference and reader’s advisory services for all age groups utilizing print and electronic resources 
* Develops, maintains, and promotes the children's collection in the branch
* Maintains the attractive appearance of the children’s room/area through appropriate displays
* Plans, conducts, schedules, and evaluates age-appropriate programs and class visits for children birth to age 12  and their parents, educators, and caregivers 
* Visits schools, neighborhood organizations, community meetings and participates in community affairs promoting Brooklyn Public Library services, collections and programs 
* Acts as an advocate for children and their educational and social needs within the library and engages in work with schools, childcare centers and other local agencies that work with children 
* Serves on committees when necessary
* Interprets and implements BPL policy 
* Performs other duties as assigned 

Skills & Qualifications:
* Master’s Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited library school; upcoming graduates are welcome to apply
* Public Librarian’s Professional Certificate issued by the State of New York, required
* General experience working with the public and diverse communities
* Excellent customer relations and communication skills
* Knowledge of children's literature and programming as well as child development
* Experience providing early childhood or early literacy programming desirable
* Basic understanding of current and emerging library technology, service and programming trends for children, and urban public library issues 
* Familiarity with internet, electronic databases, social media, and basic computer applications 
* Bilingual skills highly desirable 
* Candidates must be flexible, able to handle multiple competing priorities and tasks, adaptable to change and able to work effectively in a fast-paced, high-volume environment 

To Apply:
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to job2180@bklynlibrary.org.  Brooklyn Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 8/25


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Librarian I or II

Plattsburgh Public Library

About the Position:
The Community Outreach Librarian is an experienced professional responsible for cultivating strategic partnerships through community outreach activities.  This position develops relationships with businesses, nonprofit organizations, individuals, schools and other community organizations that would benefit from library services and programs.  Plattsburgh Public Library serves as both the city library and the Central Library for the Clinton Essex Franklin Library System.  Reports to Library Director.
* Leads development of outreach programs and services with an emphasis on millennials
* Identifies outreach opportunities and develops appropriate response
* Represents library at civic group meetings
* Develops strategic relationships within the community
* Develops press releases, brochures and other marketing materials in digital and print
* Librarian role may also include attending workshops, and civic groups, as well as conducting informational presentations on behalf of the library
* Project management and event coordination to promote library services and resources
* Develop and maintain website, oversee mass mailings, and manage physical aspects of the work environment such as the computer lab and new maker space/meeting room
* Develop, design and evaluate new programs
* Works with other staff members to implement outreach programs and services
* Develops and coordinates a program providing community outreach services designed to build awareness, interest, and participation in the library 
* Flexibility in scheduling, evening and weekend work required
* Travel within the Clinton, Essex, Franklin county area is required

Qualifications:
* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
* Ability to get along with others and work as a team
* Planning and goal setting skills are required
* Decision making, problem solving and or recommendations within scope of position responsibilities
* Ability to work a flexible schedule and at locations outside of the library
* Ability to build and maintain good relations with community partners and stakeholders including millennials 
* Strong technology background and eagerness to introduce new technologies to the community
* Experience developing and disseminating  marketing materials 
* Experience using social media for marketing
* Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited college or university
* New York State Public Librarian Certificate
* One year professional experience working in a public library preferred

This is a full time (35 hours) hourly, union position with excellent benefits.
Salary: Librarian I $21.74 per hour/Librarian II $23.60 per hour

To Apply:
Please email letter of interest, Clinton County Application Form, resume, and contact information for three professional references by September 19th for full consideration. Send to: 

Jamie Parrotte, Administrative Assistant
19 Oak Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Telephone: 518-536-7441

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Part TIme Librarian I

Patchogue-Medford Library

About the Position:
The Patchogue-Medford Library is seeking an energetic librarian dedicated to public service to work in the Central Reference & Adult Services Department.  Candidates will be required to work 12-16 hours per week and are expected to actively contribute to the department’s programs and services.

Duties:
* Provide research and reader’s advisory services at a busy reference desk
* Instruct public in the usage of library resources and technology

Qualifications:
* MLS from an ALA accredited library school or completion of 12 credits towards the degree
* Understanding of proactive customer service
* Technology skill set appropriate for an information professional in today’s environment
* Desire to work in a diverse community

Duties and/or department may vary; flexibility in work schedule and/or location may be required; evening and/or Saturday hours may be required.

To Apply:
Interested candidates should submit a copy of their resume with cover letter via mail or email by Sept. 9 to:

Jennifer Bollerman
Head of Central Reference & Adult Services Patchogue-Medford Library
54-60 East Main St. Patchogue, NY 11772
(631) 654-4700, ext. 230

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Technologist C

Fashion Institute of Technology - The Library at FIT

About the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT):
The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), an internationally renowned college of art and design, business and technology, of the State University of New York, invites nominations and applications for a Technologist C in the Gladys Marcus Library at FIT.

About the Position:
Provide public service desk coverage and support the unit's mission and daily operations, update and create content for the unit's web pages. This position is responsible for opening the Library Mondays-Fridays.

Responsibilities:
Customer Service
* Answer patron queries in person or on the phone, regarding library resources, services and campus information
* Page materials requested by library patrons and communicate access policies
* Assist patrons with the use of print and online catalogs
* Request technology assistants to support patrons upon request
* Respond to queries regarding photocopiers, scanners, microfilm readers

Collections / Access
* General ALEPH (the Library's integrated library system) maintenance, including, but not limited to linking, editing, or creating items in ALEPH; May also include troubleshooting ALEPH technical questions
* Create user-friendly user interfaces (such as for Illiad Login page, library webpages and Libguides)
* Coordinate digitization projects such as the Designer and Fashion Files, including coordinating within the department (planning, workflow, and production) and working in conjunction with the Library Technology Services and Cataloging departments
* Compile, edit, and manage metadata and scanning for the Library's Designer Files Collection
* Maintain organization in reading rooms by shelving materials, shelf reading and inventory
* Work alongside student workers, provide guidance in workflows and instruct them on unit processes

Administrative
* Responsible for opening or securing the Library as scheduled
* Assist the Circulation staff with the use of hardware and software applications, train and support unit's increased use of technology as required
* Adding and deleting patron holds using the College BANNER system
* Design content for marketing publications
* Represent Unit at specified meetings
* Perform duties such as filing, answering telephone and email inquiries, photocopying, scanning, and data entry

Cross Unit Responsibilities
Work in various capacities outside of home unit to accomplish library wide initiatives. Such as but not limited to:
* Work at any Library service desk to fill coverage gaps
* Assist with metadata description and processing as needed
*  Support marketing and promotion activities

Supervisory
* Assist with training and supervision of unit's student aides
* Assist with staff-cross training initiatives

Special projects as assigned

Requirements:
Qualifications
Bachelor's degree or completion of four years in an accredited post secondary institution of learning and two years of related experience or Associate's degree or completion of two years in an accredited post secondary institution of learning and four years of related experience. Ability to learn new technologies quickly and fluently. Requires advanced knowledge of web page design and proficient in the MS Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, HTML, CSS, Flash, Dreamweaver, InDesign. Student-centered service orientation to assist students at busy service desk and increase access to library collections electronically and remotely. Background in design and knowledge of such programs as Illustrator and Photoshop

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Fundamental knowledge of the operation of an integrated library management system, with ALEPH experience desirable. Experience using technology applications such as ILLiad and Odyssey, Banner, or similar systems highly preferred. Ability to work quickly and accurately with detailed data. Ability to trouble-shoot basic computer problems.
Must possess the ability to work with a diverse community, while exercising good judgment and common sense. Excellent customer service skills, including professional and courteous telephone communication and electronic mail correspondence. Must possess excellent conflict resolution skills, strong communication skills, tact, resourcefulness and the ability to identify and solve problems. Proven ability to work independently and effectively in a collegial manner in a changing environment.

Working Conditions
Work is performed under typical library conditions with requirements for frequent sitting and standing for long periods of time, as well as frequent lifting and carrying of heavy library materials and maneuvering carts full of books. Ability to sit or stand for long intervals. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and push and pull 100 or more pounds.

Additional Information:
Department: Library
Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:45am-3:45pm

To Apply:
Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to contact each applicant individually regarding his or her application status.
In order to be considered for the position, you must submit the following documents online:
* Resume
* Cover letter
* A list of three references with telephone numbers and email addresses
For more information about FIT, please visit FIT's website.

FIT is firmly committed to creating an environment that will attract and retain people of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds. By providing a learning and working environment that encourages, utilizes, respects, and appreciates the full expression of every individual's ability, the FIT community fosters its mission and grows because of its rich, pluralistic experience. FIT is committed to prohibiting discrimination, whether based on race, national origin, gender, religion, ethnic background, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other criterion prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local laws. FIT is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment, including the opportunity for upward mobility for all qualified individuals. Applications from minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged.

Posted 8/23


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Library Director

Mechanicville District Public Library

About the Position:
The Director of Mechanicville District Public Library provides executive leadership and strategic direction for Mechanicville District Public Library; a school district library of 120,000 holdings, open fourty-three hours a week providing library services and community programing to approximately 200,000 library visitors each year.  This position is responsible for the oversight of the Library’s day-to-day operations, dynamic community vision, and outreach, both directly and through library staff, volunteers and five library board members comprised of local residents.  This position reports directly to the President of the Library Board.

Essentials Functions:
Strategic Planning
* In partnership with the Commission and staff, studies and makes plans to continuously improve the services of the Library System to meet the present and future community needs more effectively.
* Supports operations and administration of the Board by advising and informing board members, drafting policies and recommending policies for Board action. Identifies and arranges for training sessions and documents for Board members and is the intermediary between Board and Staff.  
* Keeps well informed of developing trends and issues in the library and information science field.
* Attends regular meetings at regional and local levels of professional librarians to remain knowledgeable about the changing realities of public libraries.
* Provides the direction and leadership so the Library can carry out the mission and vision and all the service goals and objectives of the Strategic Plan.
Community and Public Relations
* Acts as principal public spokesperson for the Library in daily public activities, and maintains effective working relationships with board members, departmental personnel, union representatives, community organizations, school groups and the general public.
* Submits monthly reports to Board members.
* Regularly attends meetings of City and community organizations.
* Serves as Library’s principal spokesperson and answers questions from the media, the general public and other organizations.
* Assures the organization and its mission, programs, products and services are consistently presented in a positive image to the public.
* Develops public relations vehicles, including Annual Report of Library, and is the principal advocate in discussions with national, state and local library authorities.
Facilities Management
* Manages 8,000 sq. ft. building.
* Identifies need for capital building projects for the library and works with Treasurer.
* Liaises with community partners to seek out private funding for capital needs and programs.
Employee Management
* Manages and evaluates performance staff of 8 employees
* Directs and participates in personnel actions such as hiring, performance evaluation, discipline and termination, within the guidelines of the Library personnel policies and Civil Service.
* Establishes appropriate service levels and allocates staff resources accordingly.
* Prepares draft job descriptions, participates in recruitment and selection of new library staff
* Identifies library-specific training and development needs and ensures funding.
Information Technology Development and Management
* Develops Library technology strategy.
* Identifies current and emerging library technologies and applications to update strategy and vision for use of future technologies throughout the Library.
* Identifies training opportunities and secures funding to ensure library staff is able to use technology effectively in the delivery of library services.
Fundraising
* Oversees fundraising planning and implementation.
* Identifies resource requirements, such as, collection materials, program sponsorships, technological needs and facility improvements.
* Liaises with community contacts to build partnerships for funding projects.
* Researches grant opportunities throughout private and public sectors.
* Establishes strategies and vehicles to approach potential businesses, organizational and individual donors.
* Submits request for funding proposals.

Qualifications/Basic Job Requirements:
* Masters of Library Science degree from an A.L.A. accredited institution is preferred, along with five years of progressively responsible experience in a senior library management role. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
* Demonstrated ability to make administrative decisions, interpret policies, leadership skills in terms of strategic thinking, institution building, fiscal management, human resource development and public speaking.
* Awareness and understanding of both current and emerging library information technologies.
* Comprehensive knowledge of all library functions: access services, acquisitions, youth services, collection development, reference, programs services, and ILS systems.
* Strong commitment to diversity and progressive development of cultural competency among the Library staff and Mechanicville community.
* Ability to actively support City diversity, equity, and cultural competency efforts within stated job responsibilities and work effectively across diverse cultures and constituencies.
* Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion as evidenced by ongoing trainings and professional development.
* Regular attendance is necessary and is essential to meeting the expectations of the job functions.
* Ability to understand and comply with City standards, safety rules and personnel policies.
* Successful participation in fundraising activities.
* Ability to establish and maintain effective employee and public relations.
* Strong oral and written communication skills.

To Apply:
Submit cover letter, resume to:

Mechanicville District Public Library
Attn:  Sam Carabis, President
190 North Main Street
Mechanicville, NY  12118 

Posted 8/23


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Director of Library Information Systems

Onondaga County Public Library

About the Position:
Onondaga County Public Library System, located in Syracuse, NY, seeks a Director of Library Information Systems. This is an exempt position with excellent salary and benefits.
This is a management level position responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the information technology systems used in a library. This position combines the principles of librarianship with the technical abilities of information systems. The incumbent must possess thorough knowledge of information systems used in a library setting. General direction is received from the Library Director with considerable leeway for independent judgment concerning the administration of duties. General supervision is exercised over other staff.

Major Responsibilities:
Planning: Establishes long-term needs for information systems, and plans strategy for developing systems and acquiring hardware to meet application needs Plans and coordinates technology operations and services of library branches; recommends library policy, services and changes for divisions supervised.
Management: Ensures confidentiality and reliability of organizational data, proprietary information, and intellectual property; ensures all library automation is compliant with library specific standards; coordinates activity with multiple vendors for optimum service to library public; reviews and assesses library contracts with vendors; writes annual report, grants, and prepares budget requests regarding information technology in the library; may consult with county Information Technology department and other community technology organizations on library automation planning.
Technology:  Keeps abreast of new developments in information systems technology, and anticipates organizational modifications; advises Library Director on areas of potential automation; confers with library managers and other library staff in defining the nature and scope of proposed automation projects; coordinates network design, service delivery, server maintenance, desktop services and integrated library system topologies.
Supervision of Staff: Assigns duties to department staff, supervises and coordinates projects and operations; coordinates activity of library staff engaged in the planning, design, development, budgeting and implementation of automated systems.

Essential Qualifications:
A) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Master’s Degree in computer science, information technology, library science, or a closely related field and three (3) years of professional level work experience, or its part-time equivalent in information technology administration or library science administration; or,
B) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Baccalaureate Degree in computer science, information technology, library science, or a closely related field and five (5) years of professional level work experience, or its part-time equivalent in information technology administration or library science administration.

Terms of Employment:
The qualified candidate will be appointed provisionally and serve in this provision position until a Civil Service examination is administered and an established eligible list is used to make a permanent appointment in accordance with Civil Service law.

To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume, and names of three professional references to personnel@onlib.org by Friday, September 9. For detailed job description please click here

Posted 8/19


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Young Adult Coordinator - Part Time

Riverhead Free Library

About the Position:
The Riverhead Free Library is seeking an energetic librarian to supervise plan and manage the activities of young adult services.

Supervision:
* Works under the general direction of the Library Director
* Performs responsible functions requiring considerable judgment and initiative in planning and overseeing services to young adults both within the library and the community.
* Supervises  employees in Teen Department

Job Environment:
* Performs work under typical library conditions; library hours may require evening and weekend work.
* Makes frequent contacts with the public, schools, other libraries, social service agencies, civic organizations and other professional organizations.

Responsibilities:
* Plans, organizes, implements, supervises and evaluates services to tweens and young adults.
* Participates as part of the management team in developing goals, policies and procedures as relating to young adults.
* Advocates for young adults and young adult services with other community agencies.
* Initiates, plans and conducts a variety of programs and activities to encourage the use of the library by tweens and young adults between the ages of 12 to 18.
* Involves young adults in planning and implementing services for their age group.
* Selects, evaluates, maintains and discards young adult materials based on professional judgment, preferences of young adults and acknowledged review sources.
* Proficient in current technology
* Provides reference and readers' advisory services, and library orientation to young adults.
* Collaborates with schools and other agencies to serve young adults.
* Promotes, publicizes and represents young adult services and the library to the community and local agencies in cooperation with other library departments.
* Trains, supervises and evaluates staff and volunteers.
* Identifies, collects and interprets statistics as needed.

Qualifications:
* Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited school
Knowledge, Ability and Skills
* Broad and current knowledge of young adult literature, and electronic resources.
* A broad knowledge of the intellectual, emotional, psychological and physical development of adolescents is essential.
* Genuine respect for young adults and an ability to establish rapport with them.
* Ability to administer and direct the work of staff and volunteers.
* Ability to express oneself orally and in writing.
* Flexibility, initiative, energy, patience and tact to deal effectively with the public.
* Excellent people and reference skills.
* Planning and organizational skills needed.
* Spanish speaking a plus.

Starting salary is $28.00 per hour

To Apply:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your cover letter, resume and 2 letters of recommendation to Kerrie.mcmullensmith@riverheadlibrary.org  by September 6, 2016.

Posted 8/18


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Children Services Coordinator - Full Time

Riverhead Free Library

About the Position:
This librarian is responsible for overseeing the Children’s Department and supervises all departmental employees and volunteers, full time and part time.  The Children’s Services Coordinator reports to the Director.

Responsibilities:
* Planning, organizing, implementing, supervising and evaluating services to children and families
* Recruitment, training, scheduling, task assignment, and general supervision of Children’s Department staff and volunteers in a manner conducive to full performance and high morale
* Planning, organizing, executing and evaluating library programs and activities for children and families
* Promoting the importance of reading and literacy skills to patrons and community
* Overseeing departmental procedures and ensuring library policies are carried through
* Selecting, evaluating, maintaining and discarding children’s and parents’ materials based on professional judgement, patron preferences and acknowledged review sources
* Evaluating and implementing new information literacy and professional librarian skills, practices methods and ideologies
* Advocating for children and children’s services with other community agencies
* Providing advanced reference and readers advisory services to children and families
* Attending professional meetings and training sessions
* Collaborating with schools and other agencies that serve children
* Preparing reports for the Director and other staff
* Promoting, publicizing and representing children’s services and the library to the community and local agencies in cooperation with other departments
* Performance of other duties as may be required

Qualifications:
* Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited school
* Broad Knowledge of appropriate resources and experience working with children
* Ability to communicate effectively and in a friendly manner with patrons and staff
* Ability to exercise sound judgment, make quick decisions and perform well under pressure
* Ability to maintain confidentiality of information handled
* Proficient in current technology
* Physical condition commensurate with demands of the position
* Spanish speaking a plus

Salary and Benefits:
Starting annual salary for this position is $54,000. NYS Retirement System, health insurance, 20 working days vacation leave, 12 sick days, 3 personal days and optional Aflac Insurance.

To Apply:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume, cover letter and 2 letters of recommendation by September 6, 2016 to Kerrie.mcmullensmith@riverheadlibrary.org

Posted 8/18


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Senior Librarian

New York State Library

About the Position:
The New York State Library (NYSL) is seeking to fill a Senior Librarian (Technical Processes) within the Technical Services and Systems (TSS) Unit.  The TSS Unit acquires, catalogs, and processes approximately 95,000 items annually purchased from commercial publishers, gifts/deposits from individuals, New York State agencies as well as from the United States Government Printing Office.  Under the direction of the Principal Librarian (Technical Processes), the Senior Librarian (Technical Processes) will serve as the Government Documents Librarian and will be responsible for overseeing the New York State Document Depository Program and the regional Federal Depository System in New York State.

Duties:
Duties of this position will include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Maintain adherence to state and federal requirements that must be followed to ensure access to state and federal information;
* Oversee the processing of state and federal documents in all formats;
* Participate in the processing of New York State agency e-documents for inclusion to the NYSL’s digital management system to ensure public access and ensure that e-publications are properly archived and preserved in the dark archive;
* Respond to questions and provide guidance to state agencies regarding deposit of their official publications at NYSL;
* Assist libraries regarding availability of state documents through the New York State Document Depository System;
* Respond to questions and provide guidance to selective federal depository libraries in New York State regarding the Federal Depository Library Program requirements;
* Approve discard lists of selective federal depository libraries in New York State;
* Approve and coordinate plans along with the United States Government Printing Office for adding or dropping selective federal depository libraries in the Federal Depository Library Program;
* Communicate with Federal Depository Library Program staff and respond to information requests/surveys and assist in the assessments of New York State federal depository libraries;
* Update, maintain and create New York State and federal documents web pages on NYSL internet site;
* Participate in the NYSL social media activities to promote government documents;  and
* Provide information services five hours per week as the Government Documents Librarian to a diverse public onsite, by telephone, and via email.

Minimum Qualifications:
Reassignment: One year of permanent competitive or 55b/c service as a Senior Librarian (Technical Processes).
Provisional Appointment: Candidates must have either: 1) a master’s degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited school AND  two years of full time post-degree professional librarian experience in a medium to large library environment where your primary duty includes: acquiring library materials; acquiring, classifying and describing government documents from a federal or state agency for addition to the library’s collection; or cataloging library materials using one or more of the following metadata standards: RDA, Dublin Core, MODS or METS.; OR 2) a master’s degree in Information Studies from an American Library Association accredited school AND two years of full time post-degree professional librarian experience in a medium to large library environment where your primary duty includes: acquiring library materials; acquiring, classifying and describing government documents from a federal or state agency for addition to the library’s collection; or cataloging library materials using one or more of the following metadata standards: RDA, Dublin Core, MODS or METS; OR a combined master’s degree in Library Science/Information Science from an American Library Association accredited school AND two years of full time post-degree professional librarian experience in a medium to large library environment where your primary duty includes: acquiring library materials; acquiring, classifying and describing government documents from a federal or state agency for addition to the library’s collection; or cataloging library materials using one or more of the following metadata standards: RDA, Dublin Core, MODS or METS.  A Master’s degree in computer science or information technology is not qualifying.

Note: The Civil Service examination for this title is being given in August 2016.  In order to be considered for a provisional appointment, you must have signed up to take this examination.  The deadline for the examination was June 22, 2016.

Conditions of Employment:
This will be a permanent or provisional appointment.  Promotions and transfers may change appointees’ negotiating unit.  Applicants should be aware that changes in negotiating units may affect their salary, insurance, and other benefits. 

To Apply:
Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest by August 31, 2016 to ocejobs@nysed.gov(email submissions are preferred).  You must include the Box number (OCE-984/22908) of the position in the subject line of your email and/or cover letter to ensure receipt of your application.

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Library Director

Gorham Free Library

About Gorham Free Library:
The Gorham Free Library is a member of the Pioneer Library System and is located right in-between two of the Finger Lakes, Canandaigua and Seneca Lake. We serve a population just under 7,000 and house a collection of approximately 25,000 materials. This library is the central meeting place for our small hamlet and we are committed to serving the community as a lifelong center for learning.

About the Position:
The Gorham Free Library Board of Trustee seeks an experienced, creative, community-minded Library Director to oversee the continued growth of our library. The ideal candidate will be someone who can become a community leader by working with employees, patrons, the library board, and local groups and organizations to benefit the Gorham Community.

This position requires the ability to apply current library trends and practices as well as exercise effective management, communication, and interpersonal skills. Current computer and technology skills, as well as the ability to learn new skills are essential. Experience working with a Board of Trustees and community involvement is desirable.
This position also secures funding through budget allocations, grants, and donations. Assists the library board in budget and policy decisions. Prepares the library’s annual report. Attends monthly Board meetings and presents monthly Director’s Report.

Essential Duties:
* Communicates the library’s role to community stakeholders and groups.
* Secures funding through budget allocations, grants, and donations.
* Presents director’s reports and relevant information at monthly board meetings.
* Manages library staff ensuring a high level of service to the community.
* Develops policies, procedures, annual budget, and other essential documents with the library board.
* Maintains and manages the library building and grounds on a day-to-day basis as well as secures construction aid and other grants to support the future of the building.
* Oversees and develops programs and services to address the needs of the Gorham community.
* Actively participates in the Pioneer Library System community and attends professional development training sessions and meetings.
* Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:
Master’s Degree in Library Sciences or related field; or Bachelor’s Degree plus equivalent experience.

Compensation and Benefits:
* Salary range $34,000 to $37,000
* Many opportunities for continuing education.

To Apply:
Email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references as a PDF to Gorham Free Library Board, Gorham Free Library. The position will remain open until filled, but priority will be given to applications received by 8/26/2016.

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Regional Services Librarian

Northern New York Library Network

About the NNYLN:
The Northern New York Library Network was chartered in 1965 to provide for the development of research resources and collaborative projects among libraries in the region, with a special emphasis on academic and special libraries, and public and school library systems.

About the Region:  
The Northern New York Library Network is located in the heart of St. Lawrence County, a few miles from the western boundary of the Adirondack Park and the eastern shore of the St. Lawrence River.  The area features many outdoor recreation opportunities, affordable homes, and good public schools.  It is within an easy drive to Ottawa, Montreal, and Syracuse.

About the Position:
The Northern New York Library Network, located in Potsdam, NY, a reference and research resources council that supports libraries across a seven-county service area, seeks a Regional Services Librarian.  This is an exempt position with excellent salary, benefits and working conditions.  
The NNYLN Regional Services Librarian is responsible for the following Network services:  Professional Development, Communications, Digitization of Research Resources, and Regional Resource Sharing.   A complete position description with a list of duties is available here

Essential Qualifications:
* Masters Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited library school.
* Three years experience working as a professional librarian, with experience and demonstrable skill in at least one of the following areas:

- Professional Development
- Communications
- Digitization of Research Resources
- Resource Sharing

* Excellent customer service skills, tact, and the ability to work with a diverse population.
* Excellent oral, written, and communication skills; and an innovative attitude.

Preferred Qualifications:
* Ability to develop Network services designed to meet the needs  of Network members.
* Working knowledge of contemporary computer applications such as WordPress, GoogleDocs; Google Sheets; Go-to-Meeting; Adobe Connect; Excel; PowerPoint.
* Ability to learn and implement new technology applications.

Compensation: $55,000=$58,000, depending upon qualifications, excellent benefits including health insurance and TIAA-CREF retirement.

To Apply: 
Email cover letter, resume and names of three professional references.

Posted 8/10


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Part Time Youth Services Librarian

Brentwood Public Library

Job Description:
* Assist patrons in the use of the library and its resources.
* Perform readers’ advisory for children, their caregivers, and teens.
* Conduct programs for children and teens.

Required Qualifications:
* Must have a Master’s degree from an ALA accredited school.
* Must have 12 graduate credits in children’s services, with at least three credits in     children’s literature.
* Must be computer literate.
    
*Fluency in Spanish a plus but not required.

Hours:
This position is for 10 hours, Monday and Wednesday nights.  Additional hours will include one Saturday and one Sunday per month.

Closing Date:  August 16, 2016

Apply to:

Monica Powers
Head of Youth Services
Brentwood Public Library
34 Second Avenue
Brentwood, NY  11717

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Visiting Assistant Librarian

SUNY ESF

About the Position:
Visiting Assistant Librarian (Part-time) The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) in Syracuse, NY invites qualified applications for an academic-year, non-tenure track position as Visiting Assistant Librarian for the 2016-17 academic year, (Approximately from August 22, 2016 to May 23, 2017) . This is a Part-time (50%), temporary position.

Brief Description of Duties:
Reporting to the Director of College Libraries, the primary responsibilities of the Visiting Assistant Librarian include research assistance, teaching information literacy, populating digital collections, staffing the service desk, working in library systems such as LibGuides, Library FAQ's, citation management, Aleph, and other duties at the direction of the library director. This position will require excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to be flexible in an environment of rapid change. Hours and days of the week can be flexible but will generally fall within 9am-6pm, M-F.

Click here to see the full description and how to apply.

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Deputy Director for Research & Collections Services, Library for the Performing Arts

Library for the Performing Arts

The Library for the Performing Arts seeks an innovative, strategic, visionary, and collaborative leader for the position of Deputy Director for Research & Collections Services.  A member of LPA's management team, the Deputy Director plays a critical role in the day to day operations, and in the development of new and innovative services and methodologies to support LPA’s expert staff and world-class research collections.

Prinicpal Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Library for the Performing Arts (LPA), the Deputy Director:
* Assists with proposals and grants which successfully capture the importance and value of LPA’s research collections  
* Gathers information and statistics on LPA collections, programs, and services which can be effectively used to garner donor support
* Develops and promotes the cross-departmental and cross-institutional collaborations to provide a seamless and successful user experience
* Works with the curators to promote deeper connections and understanding of user needs, collection strengths, and staff expertise
* Supports staff development by promoting teamwork, advances technical skills, and assists in staff innovation
* Develops procedures for LPA’s Special Collections Reading by balancing security, preservation and access needs
* Provides support for LPA’s curators on digitization and preservation projects, which enable new and transformational uses of the collections
* Collaborates with the curators on the development and preparation of exhibitions, public programs, and on other community outreach strategies which increase the visibility and understanding of LPA’s research collections
* Develops methods to increase access to LPA’s research collections through an understanding of the collection’s strengths, their use, and their users
* Develops outreach strategies which support the needs of educators from K-12 through post-graduate programs
* Advocates for LPA’s mission to support scholarship and creativity and the contributions that LPA staff, and collections have made and continue to make in support of this work
* Enhances  external communications through the effective use of social media

To apply click here.

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Subject Librarian for Anthropology, Geography and Planning, and Communication

The University at Albany Libraries

About the University at Albany:
Established in 1844 and designated a University Center of the State University of New York in 1962, the University at Albany’s broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research and public service engages a diverse student body of more than 17,300 students in eight schools and colleges across three campuses. Located in Albany, New York, New York State's capital, the University is convenient to Boston, New York City and the Adirondacks.

About the Position:
The University at Albany Libraries (State University of New York, Albany, NY) seek an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, creative librarian to serve as the Subject Librarian for Anthropology, Geography and Planning, and Communication. Other subject responsibilities may be assigned contingent on the successful candidate’s qualifications and institutional needs.

Responsibilities:
* Serves as the subject liaison to the assigned departments and provides outreach and support for faculty and students
* Evaluates, maintains and develops library collections and manages subject acquisitions budgets  
* Participates in divisional projects and initiatives
* Provides subject-related instruction and teaches workshops on digital research tools and resources
* Provides in-depth research consultation services for faculty and students in the assigned subject areas
* Collaborates with colleagues responsible for related disciplines to provide coverage for interdisciplinary subjects
* Creates and maintains subject websites and research guides
* Provides general reference services during assigned hours, including some evenings and weekends  
* Research, publication, and service to the Libraries, University and profession are expected to satisfy criteria for continuing appointment (tenure) and promotion.  
* This position reports to the Director of Collections.

Rank: Assistant Librarian or Senior Assistant Librarian (rank will be determined by the successful candidate's qualifications)

For qualification requirements and application instructions, please click here.
Job posting P16-43669

Application deadline: September 7, 2016
The University at Albany is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA employer.

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Dewey Graduate Library Administrative Support Assistant

The University at Albany Libraries

About the University at Albany:
Established in 1844 and designated a University Center of the State University of New York in 1962, the University at Albany’s broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research and public service engages a diverse student body of more than 17,300 students in eight schools and colleges across three campuses. Located in Albany, New York, New York State's capital, the University is convenient to Boston, New York City and the Adirondacks.

About the Position:
The University at Albany Libraries (State University of New York, Albany, NY) seek a flexible and enthusiastic individual with a strong interest in providing user-focused support at the Dewey Graduate Library. The Dewey Graduate Library Administrative Support Assistant provides support for the day-to-day operations of the Dewey Graduate Library including oversight of the facility to ensure an environment conducive to study and research. The Administrative Support Assistant communicates effectively with library users and staff; liaises with Library Finance & Administration, downtown campus facilities, Library Systems, and other units in response to building and technology issues; and is expected to serve on library or university committees in service to the campus and library community.  The Administrative Support Assistant collects and prepares statistics and assists in assessing trends; actively participates in planning and executing Dewey marketing and outreach activities; provides support for lending and access services; and has oversight of the Dewey Graduate Library supplies and equipment budget and inventory. The Administrative Support Assistant also provides oversight of clerical staff and student employees when their direct supervisor is not present, and assists with training.

The successful candidate must have the ability to work Monday-Thursday, 8am-4pm, and Friday, 11am-7pm, when classes are in session, and adjust to changes in work schedules based on the academic schedule. This may occasionally include evenings and weekends. This position reports to the Scholars Archive Administrator.

For qualification requirements and application instructions, please click here.
Job posting P16-43545

Application deadline: August 29, 2016
The University at Albany is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA employer.

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Part Time Business Manager

Rochester Regional Library Council

About the Position:
The Rochester Regional Library Council, located in Fairport, NY, a non-profit organization that supports libraries, seeks a part-time Business Manager.  This is an exempt position with excellent salary, benefits and working conditions. 
The RRLC Business Manager is responsible for all RRLC financial activities, including, but not limited to accounting duties (accounts payable/accounts receivable/payroll) using QuickBooks Accounting software, preparation of all financial reports, monitoring grant expenditures, budget preparation, completion of financial reports to the State Education Department, monitoring cash flow and investments, year-end preparation for annual audit, maintaining confidential personnel records, and various other duties as assigned. A complete position description with a list of duties is available on the RRLC Jobs webpage.

Qualifications: 
Excellent skills in the use of QuickBooks Accounting online, good judgment, initiative and follow-through, strong communication and customer service skills. Proven ability to multi-task and pay attention to details.

Education: 
Minimum of a 2-year associate degree in accounting and 3 years of experience in accounting environment, not-for-profit experience a plus. Will also consider extensive accounting experience if associate degree is not in accounting.

Compensation: 
$23 - $28/hour, depending upon qualifications, excellent benefits (pro-rated for part-time) including health insurance and retirement.

To Apply
Email cover letter, resume and names of three professional references to: rrlc@rrlc.org, subject line Business Manager, by September 1, 2016.

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Full Time Refernce Librarian I

Mahopac Public Library

About Mahopac Public Library:
The Mahopac Public Library is seeking a dynamic, creative and service-oriented professional who enjoys working with the public.

About the Position:
This is a full-time position of 35 hours per week. Must be able to work on a scheduled and an as-needed basis, evening and weekends.

Hourly Rate: $21.00

Job Duties:
Responsible for identifying and interpreting user needs; providing research, readers' advisory, computer, database, and referral services to Library patrons directly, and by telephone; assisting patrons with material selection; assisting patrons with use of the copier, scanner, and fax machine; nonfiction collection development through selection and weeding in assigned subject areas; other duties as assigned by the Head of the Reference Department.

Knowledge, Skill, and Ability:
Skill in applying library research methods and practices; knowledge of books, authors, and popular reading interests; skill in the operation of computers; knowledge of and experience with PCs, the Internet, and the Microsoft Office suite of programs; ability to communicate effectively in written and oral expression; ability to deal with the public in a professional and courteous manner; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers; physical ability to bend, stretch, and lift/carry weighty books as needed.

Minimum Training and Qualifications:
MLS or MLIS degree from an ALA accredited college or university program, a current New York State Public Librarian Certificate, and a minimum of one year experience as a reference librarian.
This is a civil service position.  Applicant must take the civil service test given by Putnam County and achieve a high enough score to be eligible for appointment.

To Apply:
Please email resume and cover letter to: Michele Capozzella, Library Director.

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Full Time Member Services Librarian

Long Island Library Resource Council (LILRC)

About LILRC:
Located in Bellport, the Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC) is one of the nine library councils in the state of New York, with LILRC serving all of Nassau and Suffolk counties. LILRC aims to enhance access to information, encourage resource sharing, and promote library interests for all LILRC members.

About the Position:
Reporting to the Assistant Director, the Member Services Librarian is a full-time position that assists in meeting the mission of goals of the Council. The individual selected for this position will become an important team member, responsible for managing technology and providing technical support, collaborating on workshop development and other duties as assigned.

Education Requirements:
* MLS from ALA-accredited library education program.

Qualifications:
* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
* Demonstrated technology skills.
* Awareness of and intellectual curiosity about new developments and trends in the library and information world.
* Demonstrated teamwork, time management skills and customer service skills.
* Experience with Windows computers and software/applications used in business and education, such as Microsoft Office products and Google Applications.
* Confidence with technology and willingness to experiment with new tools or equipment.
* A commitment to service and professional development.

Preferred:
* Experience using OCLC CONTENTdm software.
* Background in information technology.
* Project management experience.
* Grant writing experience.

Duties & Responsiibilities:
* Research, develops, implements, and promotes information & technology services, programs, and projects to serve members’ needs and expand membership.
* Collaborate with LILRC staff to generate and plan learning opportunities and events pertaining to technology.
* Provide technical support for LILRC’s Regional Digitization Project, Long Island Memories.
* Travel: Attends professional programs, meetings, and events.
* Other duties as assigned.

Salary: Beginning salary of $45,000 per year and includes a generous benefit package.

To Apply:
To apply, please send a copy of your resume and cover letter along with any other material you would like to be considered part of your application to director@lilrc.org. Final candidates will be required to provide names and contact information for three references.
The deadline for submitting an application is August 31, 2016.
The Long Island Library Resources Council is an equal opportunity employer.

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Part-Time Librarian I

Harrison Public Library

About Harrison Public Library:
The Harrison Public Library is seeking a dynamic, creative and service-oriented professional who enjoys working with the public.

About the Position:
This is a part-time position of 17.5 hours per week. Must be able to work on a scheduled and an as-needed basis, evening and weekends on rotation.
Hourly Rate: To be determined based on experience & qualifications.

Job Duties:
* Responsible for providing library and research services and maintenance of the collections.
* Other duties and responsibilities as needed.

Minimum Training and Qualifications:
MLS or MLIS degree from an ALA accredited college or university program and a current New York State Public Librarian Certificate.

To Apply:
Please email resume and cover letter to: Galina Chernykh, Library Director.

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Serials Coordinator

The University at Albany Libraries

About the University at Albany:
Established in 1844 and designated a University Center of the State University of New York in 1962, the University at Albany’s broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research and public service engages a diverse student body of more than 17,300 students in eight schools and colleges across three campuses. Located in Albany, New York, New York State's capital, the University is convenient to Boston, New York City and the Adirondacks.

About the Position:
The University at Albany Libraries (State University of New York, Albany, NY) seek a detail-oriented information professional to oversee the Serials Services Unit. The unit orders, checks in, and claims all continuation orders (monographic series, serials and periodicals) and prepares renewal invoices for payment. The successful candidate will place orders for titles in print and print-plus-online format; resolve problems related to orders, subscription records, and invoices, including communication with vendors and selectors; provide training; and serve as a resource person for serials acquisitions, including serial check-in and creation of MARC 21 publication patterns. The successful candidate will share responsibility for management of vendor-provided bibliographic records for e-serials and e-journals, including automated loading, maintenance of resources in a knowledge base, and communication with vendors. The Serials Coordinator reports to the Head of the Acquisitions Services Department.

Responsibilities:
* Supervises one Library Clerk II (SG-9) in the Serials Services Unit
* Places and maintains order records in the Libraries' integrated library system (Aleph) for print and print-plus-online journal subscriptions, serials, and monographic series, including law materials and serials housed in binders
* Searches OCLC and downloads appropriate records for order creation and to provide pre-cataloging records
* Sets up and maintains MARC 21 publication patterns and vendor records in Aleph
* Reviews and delegates preparation of vendor renewal lists and annual subscription renewal invoices
* Acts as resource person for the department and the Libraries with concerns related to orders for print and print-plus-online continuations and publication patterns, responding in a timely manner
* Responsible for management of the knowledge base for e-resources, including aggregated databases, open access titles, individual e-journal subscriptions and e-serials, including entering local holdings
* Investigates, resolves and responds to online resource access issues reported via a ticketing system
* Expected to serve on library or university committees in service to the campus and library community

Click here For qualification requirements and application instructions.
Job posting P16-42992

Application deadline: August 17, 2016
 The University at Albany is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA employer.

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Central Library Assistant Manager, Programming & Outreach

Queens Library

About Queens Library:
Queens Library, is offering opportunities to work for one of the most dynamic and diverse urban libraries in the world. We are seeking highly-engaged, creative, customer service driven Library professionals who are eager for an opportunity to enrich lives in one of our 65 service locations. Queens Library is a renowned leader in providing innovative library and educational services, developing new technology applications and fostering community engagement.

Major Duties:
As a member of a cross functional Central Library Management team, provides customer service across the entire Central Library with a focus on programming & outreach.
* Assists in the management of the Central Library. Supervises librarians, customer service, and other staff.
* Ensures and provides quality customer service to internal and external customers in a timely manner and with a positive, proactive, customer-focus.
* Recommends programs & continually evaluates programming & outreach with a focus on increasing circulation & usage. Assists in the identification of materials for acquisition with a focus on developing a collection that meets the needs of the community.
* Regularly supervises and audits the appearance, operation and condition of the public service areas.
* Assists with managing budgets and required reporting.
* Develops and maintains relationships with local organizations and schools. Participates in committees and represents the organization as required.
* Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
* ALA accredited MLS/MLIS degree required.
* A minimum of one year supervisory/managerial experience and two years of post-MLS experience is required. Must have demonstrated exceptional programming and/or outreach experience.
* Library, museum or similar cultural organizational experience preferred. Budget management experience preferred.  Must be knowledgeable of trends in public library service.
* Demonstrated cross-functional collaboration, influencing and consensus building skills required. Demonstrated ability to synthesize information and maintain organization-wide perspective while delivering and setting individual goals required.
* Must be able to lead, coach and develop staff to optimal performance levels. Must be able to establish and maintain positive cooperative working relationships with all levels of staff.
* Must have exemplary customer service skills (public and internal customers). Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.

Annual Salary: ranges between $53,366 to $56,037 depending on experience.
What We Offer: Excellent salary and a comprehensive benefits package that includes generous vacation/sick pay, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, defined benefit pension, 403B, deferred compensation, and more. Relocation incentives available. Opportunities to further your education and professional credentials are plentiful.

To Apply:
Email your cover letter and resume and reference “Assistant Manager, Programming & Outreach – EXTERNAL” in the subject line. Resumes will only be accepted by email. 
Queens Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Librarian 1

Mount Vernon Public Library

The Mount Vernon Public Library has an opening for a Librarian One in the Electronic Resource & Collections Department.

Responsibilities:
The job responsibilities include planning computer classes for adults and seniors, evaluating databases and other electronic content, ordering digital materials including e-books, e-audio and other formats and demonstrating the use of digital devices to patrons. In addition the librarian will assist patrons with their informational needs, reader advisory, locating library materials in all formats and staffing the reference desk. Other responsibilites will include planning and implementing creative and innovative programs as well as outreach to the Mount Vernon community.

Requirements:
The candidate must possess excellent communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and an understanding of best practices and emerging technologies in a library setting and a knowledge of social media.
This position requires a MLS or MLIS degree from an ALA accredited college or university program and a current New York State Public Librarian Certificate. This is a civil service position.

Schedule & Salary:
Must be able to work some nights and weekends as scheduled. Salary range %51,252 to $61,623 and will rise 3% beginning next month.

To Apply:
If interested in this position please register to take the Civil Service exam and send your cover letter and resume to Carolyn Karwoski, Library Director.

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Outreach Consultant

Southern Adirondack Library System

About Southern Adirondack Library System:
The Southern Adirondack Library System (SALS), a cooperative public library system in upstate New York, is seeking to fill the position of Outreach Consultant. SALS coordinates programs and activities, which assist and complement the resources and efforts of 34 member libraries in Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren and Washington counties. SALS also collaborates with the Mohawk Valley Library System to provide automation and technology services to an eight county area.

About the Position:
SALS is seeking an energetic professional with public library experience, a working knowledge of modern adult literacy practices, grant writing skills, and strong technology and training skills. The candidate must be able to communicate well and to work collaboratively with the system staff, member library staff, member library trustees and community partners.
The successful candidate will work as part of a team to coordinate, create or support system-wide adult literacy programs, GED, ELL, financial or digital literacy.
All system work is done to help the member libraries provide the best services to their communities. The position requires attendance at meetings at various locations throughout an eight county service area.

Salary and Benefits:
$45,000 + depending on experience and qualifications. NYS Retirement System; health insurance; 20 working days vacation leave; plus twelve paid holidays; 12 sick days; and 3 personal days. A cafeteria plan includes benefits related to pretax: day care, unreimbursed medical expenses, and AFLAC insurance products.

Responsibilities:
* Coordinates, delivers or develops system-wide training and continuing education programs to keep members up-to-date with adult literacy and ELL developments and best practices.
* Consults with member library staff and trustees in support of their efforts to evaluate local library needs and create effective services for their communities.
* Identifies and works with community groups and agencies to provide or promote literacy efforts in the region.
* Participates in system and member library advocacy efforts.
* Participates in adult, outreach and youth services programs of the system including developing and writing grants.
* Participation in state and national organizations is expected.

Required Experience & Training:
* A Master's Degree from an ALA-accredited library program
* Eligible for NYS Public Library Certification
* Five years of professional library experience
* Working knowledge of modern adult literacy teaching practices
* Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in teams
* Self-directed, self-motivated
* Experience with Integrated Library Systems, web technology, social media and MS Office programs
* Successful grant writing and administration
* Valid drivers license

To Apply:
Send by September 15, 2016, a letter of application and resume by U.S. mail or e-mail to:

Sara Dallas, Director Southern Adirondack Library System
22 Whitney Place
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

No telephone inquiries please.

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Library Associate

Troy Public Library

About the Position:
The Troy Public Library currently has an opening for a Library Associate to work in the children's room at the Main Library.  This position is part time (approximately 24 hours per week).  The person in this position is supervised by and is responsible to the head of the Young People's Department.

Typical Work Activities Include:
* Assists patrons in locating materials in the library
* Plans and conducts story hour and other children's programs
* Assists in planning and implementing library exhibits and displays
* Performs a variety of clerical tasks including data entry, answering telephones, and reading shelves.
* Provides staffing for the children's room

Minimum Qualifications:
Education:  At least two years beyond high school.
Experience:  Experience working with children a plus

Work Schedule:
Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends. 

Starting salary for this position is $14.31 per hour.
This position is temporary.  We anticipate that the position will extend through January 2017.

To Apply:
If you are interested, please respond with your resume by August 5, 2016:

Paul Hicok, Director
Troy Public Library
100 Second St.
Troy, NY 12180


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