[Libs-Or] Jobline - 10/30/09
April.M.Baker at state.or.us
Fri Oct 30 08:30:13 PDT 2009
Oregon State Library Jobline
An Electronic Jobline from the Oregon State Library....... October 30, 2009
10/30/09 Librarian Aide II, Beaverton, OR
10/30/09 Library Shelver, Beaverton, OR
11/06/09 Systems Administrator, Newport, OR
11/09/09 Reference Librarian, Woodburn, OR
11/20/09 Children's Librarian, Molalla, OR
11/23/09 Distance Learning Librarian, Portland, OR
Library Aide II
Salary Range: $14.29 - $19.14 per hour. 20 hours per week.
Closing Date: October 30, 2009
About the job: A Library Aide II performs a variety of responsibilities as they pertain to the circulation desk. This position requires evening and weekend work.
Essential functions: Check out library materials; register patrons for library cards; assist patrons with use of library equipment; respond to questions and explain policies and procedures; perform routine clerical duties.
To qualify: Requires a high school diploma or GED with experience working with the public and exposure to clerical work. Requires knowledge of Dewey Decimal System and library databases, English grammar, spelling and usage; ability to use library equipment, communicate effectively with diverse customers, deal with patrons in a responsive and professional fashion, lift heavy boxes of books and materials.
How to apply: All interested individuals may apply by submitting a City of Beaverton application form to the Human Resources Department, Beaverton City Hall, 4755 SW Griffith Drive, Beaverton, OR 97005. Applications may be completed on our website at www.beavertonoregon.gov.
ON-CALL POSITIONS AVAILABLE. Some shifts scheduled in advance; evening and weekend work required.
Shelvers: $10.00 per hour
About the job: A Library Shelver opens and closes the library, empties the book drop, checks in and resensitizes library materials, and shelves returned library materials.
To qualify: Requires knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System, library computers, ability to learn department policies and procedures and physical layout of the library, ability to understand written and verbal instructions, establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, volunteers and the general public, bend and lift books above head and from ground level, push and maneuver bookcarts, and perform repetitive physical tasks for a prolonged period of time.
To apply: All interested individuals may apply by submitting a City of Beaverton application form to the Human Resources Department, Beaverton City Hall, 4755 SW Griffith Drive (P. O. Box 4755), Beaverton, OR 97076. Applications may be obtained on our website at www.beavertonoregon.gov.
Integrated Library Systems and Telecommunications Administrator
We are extending our search for a Systems Administrator to November 6, 2009.
General Information: The Coastal Resource Sharing Network (CRSN) is a consortium of six public libraries, two community colleges and one library district in Lincoln and Tillamook Counties, sharing a library catalog and circulation system. All libraries are independent. They do not share the same governing body or library management. Member libraries are connected through collaborative intergovernmental agreements.
General Purpose of the Systems Administrator: The Administrator is responsible for the design, implementation, integration, daily operation, maintenance and security of the Consortium's automation and communication systems. These include, but are not limited to: SirsiDynix Symphony/Unicorn ILS, LANS, Web Servers, Internet Access, Telecommunications and other evolving systems. The Systems Administrator also advises the CRSN Governing Board about future hardware and software needs. The Systems Administrator must document procedures, train staff and share Sirsi communications with relevant staff at participating libraries.
Supervision: The Systems Manager works under the direct supervision of the Tillamook Library Director and is ultimately responsible to the Coastal Resource Sharing Network Board. CRSN uses the Lincoln County Library District's (LCLD) personnel policy.
Complete job announcement: http://lcldinfo.wikispaces.com/CRSN+Open+Positions
Reference Librarian (Part-Time)
Closes: 11/9/09 (or until filled)
Applications are currently being accepted for a part-time (up to 19 hour per week) Reference Librarian position within the Community Services Department. The Reference Librarian provides comprehensive reference service to library patrons; responds to service requests of a general nature, across many disciplines and subject areas; provides point of use assistance or instruction for patrons of all ages for electronic and print resources. Scheduled hours of work for this position will involve evenings and weekends.
Duties Include: Assist patrons in locating information; determine need for Inter-library or intra-system loans; keep current with reference tools in the collection and library service area; assist in selection of possible purchases; perform online computer and Internet searches as well as traditional information searches; assist in organizing, processing, maintaining, and selection of periodicals and newspapers; and operate equipment owned by the Library, and conducts tours, library instruction sessions, workshops, attends meetings, writes newspaper articles, and gives speeches as required.
Qualifications: An ALA accredited Master's degree in Library/Information Sciences, plus one (1) year progressively responsible librarian experience. Broad knowledge of the principles, practices and philosophy of public library operations, current methods and principles governing reference services. Experience with a variety of microcomputer applications in a networked environment including bibliographic and full-text databases, multiple CD-ROM products, and Internet resources. Individuals must have good interpersonal communications skills and be able to work cooperatively in a team environment. Ability to fluently read, write and speak English. Also requires physical ability to lift up to 25 lbs.
Salary Rate: $19.15 to $23.28 per hour
To Apply: You may obtain application materials at Woodburn City Hall or at www.ci.woodburn.or.us. Please apply in person, by mail, or via email to sasha.sprauer at ci.woodburn.or.us.
Woodburn City Hall - Human Resources
270 Montgomery Street
Woodburn, OR 97071
Part-time position (less than 20 hours per week)
Salary range: $16.00-$18.00 per hour
Qualifications: Combination of education and/or experience equivalent to a MLS or a MLS degree.
Wanted: An enthusiastic and creative individual to develop, manage and implement library service for children and teens in a well-used small library. This includes planning and presenting programs for youth, evaluating materials to maintain diverse and relevant youth collections and provide outreach services.
For full job description and application visit: www.cityofmolalla.com
Distance Learning Librarian
Closes: 11/23/09 (or until filled)
Portland State University Library
General Description: Develops and coordinates the Library's distance learning services and programs; coordinates initiatives and training for Library faculty and staff to support distance services in their respective areas; supports course-integrated online information literacy instruction in a collaborative environment; develops policies and procedures for providing access to materials to distributed learning students and faculty; participates in the library's dynamic reference and instruction programs; and collaborates on the selection of information resources to support the distance education needs of a diverse institution. Some evening and weekend reference duty and/or instruction is required. Tenure-track faculty contribute to faculty governance activities within the Library and the University, engage in community and professional service, and pursue an active publication and research agenda, seeking grants as appropriate. This entry-level, full-time, 12-month fixed-term faculty position, ranked at the Instructor level, reports to the Assistant University Librarian for Public Services.
Required Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS.; experience developing online learning objects and guides, web applications, digital media, and with post-production editing; demonstrated understanding of, and expressed commitment to the principles and standards of information literacy; work experience in current pedagogy of online information literacy instruction; instructional technology training and experience; ability to successfully complete a criminal background check and provide transcripts.
Deadlines: Review of applications begins November, 2009. Open until finalists identified.
Online ad: Please see the full posting at http://www.pdx.edu/sites/www.pdx.edu.hr/files/media_assets/job_posting/hr_posting_lib_013.pdf
To Apply: Send cover letter (address how your knowledge and experiences meet qualifications); resume; and names, address, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of four references to: Anne Keech, Search Coordinator, keecha at pdx.edu. Applications not containing all requested documents will not be considered. Electronic application materials are strongly preferred (Word or pdf documents).
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