[Libs-Or] Jobline - 6/16/10

April Baker april.m.baker at state.or.us
Wed Jun 16 16:50:54 PDT 2010

Oregon State Library Jobline

An Electronic Jobline from the Oregon State Library....... June 17, 2010

Closing Dates

06/17/10 Reference Librarian, Medford, OR
06/22/10 On-Call Public Services Assistant, Tualatin, OR
06/28/10 On-Call Reference Librarian, Gresham, OR
06/30/10 Reference Librarian/Circulation Manager, Molalla, OR
07/02/10 Librarian II Reference, McMinnville, OR
07/10/10 Library Development Consultant, Columbia, South Carolina
07/16/10 Law Reference Librarian, Eugene, OR
07/17/10 Library Assistant II, Canby, OR
08/11/10 Executive Director, Anchorage, AK
Job Announcements

Posted: 6/10/10
Reference Librarian
Closes: 6/17/10
Medford, OR

Description:  LSSI has an opening for Reference Librarian at the Jackson County Library Services Medford Branch Library (32 hours per week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday). The Reference Librarian provides reference and reader's advisory services. The position also requires assistance with adult fiction collection development. Other duties will include filling in for interlibrary loan staff, display case contact person, library tours, webpage support, adult programming, and other work related duties.

Qualifications: Knowledge of reference tools, computer knowledge/skill, excellent customer service, and oral and written communication skills.

Applicant must have at least one year of experience in a public library reference setting. M.L.S. or progress toward the degree required.

For more information contact Suz Harrison, 541-774-6415.  To apply, please submit an application to the Medford Library Business Office, 205 South Central Avenue, Medford, Oregon  97501. Fax number: 541-774-6748. Application forms are available at any branch library or may be printed out from the following Web Site http://www.lssi.com/openjobs.cfm. Please do not submit applications to the LSSI website.

Posted: 6/17/10
On-Call Public Services Assistant
Closes: 6/22/10
Tualatin, OR

This on-call paraprofessional performs a variety of ready reference duties in the Public Services section of the Library and assists in the Teen Room. A qualified candidate monitors and assists customers with public computers, provides ready reference and readers' advisory services, and will be able to assist the Public Services Supervisor with maintenance of the library's collection of books, music, DVDs, and other materials.

Posted: 6/10/10
On-Call Reference Librarian (part-time)
Closes: 6/28/10
Gresham, OR

The Library Resource Center at Mt. Hood Community College is accepting applications for a part-time on-call reference librarian. Responsible for providing a program of library services to the students, faculty, and staff in cooperation with other members of the library team. The librarian will be scheduled to work on-call hours as needed. These hours will be in effect starting Fall term, which starts September 20, 2010.
The librarian will also be expected to attend in-service days, Monday and Wednesday, September 13 and 15, 2010.
The minimum qualifications for this position are:

  *   ALA-accredited master's degree (or higher) in Library Science, or candidate for this degree within 6 months of graduation
  *   Completed master's degree level coursework in reference services
  *   Excellent interpersonal, communication, and problem solving skills

Please note: you must meet all of the stated requirements in order to be considered for this position.
For more information and to apply, please click (or copy and paste into your browser): http://jobs.mhcc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51397

Posted: 5/21/10
Reference Librarian/Circulation Manager
Closes: 6/30/10 (or until filled)
Molalla, OR

Description: Individual will provide service to library patrons on the circulation and reference desks. Strong computer skills are required to help patrons on the internet computers and trouble shoot common computer problems. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills and be dedicated to providing excellent customer service. We are a small library so it will be necessary for the person to be willing to perform any task that is necessary for the smooth operation of the library.

Link: www.cityofmolalla.com<http://www.cityofmolalla.com>

Posted: 6/17/10
Librarian II Reference
Closes: 7/02/10 July 2, 2010
McMinnville, OR

The McMinnville Public Library is looking for an organized, dedicated, and enthusiastic librarian to provide reference and information services, manage the volunteer program, and coordinate homebound library services.  Hours required are Monday through Friday with one evening a week and some weekends.  Go to http://www.ci.mcminnville.or.us/city/government/employment-opportunities/ to apply.

Posted: 6/10/10
Library Development Consultant
Closes: 7/10/10 (or until filled)
Columbia, SC

Vacancy at the South Carolina State Library
Library Development Consultant
Located in Columbia, SC
Detailed information at: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/index.php?option=com_jobline&Itemid=1244&task=view&id=147

Posted: 6/4/10
Law Reference Librarian
Closes: 7/16/10
Eugene, OR

Duties & Responsibilities: The person in this position works collaboratively with three law-trained reference librarians and several student reference assistants to provide extensive reference, instructional and research services for a research-oriented law faculty and students in a technologically advanced information environment. Participates in reference desk rotation (including weekends and possibly evenings) and on-call shifts. Uses specialized subject knowledge and expertise to perform faculty liaison, teaching, and collection development activities. Participates in departmental planning and administrative duties. Meets professional development criteria for promotion and retention. Other related duties as assigned. Reports to the senior Law Reference Librarian.

Qualifications: Required: MLS/MLIS and JD degrees from accredited institutions. Candidates should have knowledge of current information technologies and publishing formats, database and Internet searching proficiencies and a mastery of basic legal research sources and techniques using both print and electronic materials. Preferred: Reference, access services, and/or collection development experience in an academic law library. The ideal candidate will have excellent oral and written communication skills, a strong service orientation, interest in working with an active research-oriented faculty, interest in new and emerging technologies, a commitment to continuous improvement and innovation and the ability to work in a collegial and cooperative environment. The successful candidate will support and enhance a diverse learning and working environment.

Salary & Benefits: $42,000 minimum; salary commensurate with education and experience. The UO offers generous health and retirement benefits, see http://hr.uoregon.edu/benefits.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications received by July 16, 2010 will receive priority consideration. Informational interviews will be conducted at the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries, July 10-13 in Denver, Colorado.

The complete announcement may be found at: http://hr.uoregon.edu/jobs/unclassified.php?subtype=administrative

The University of Oregon is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employment/ADA-compliant institution committed to cultural diversity.

Posted: 6/17/10
Library Assistant II
Closes: 7/17/10 (or until filled)
Canby, OR

Library Assistant II/Bilingual (English/Spanish. Open until filled

Full time, Tues-Sat. A proactive and positive approach to customer service is critical. Assist library patrons at the circulation desk, online, and over the phone. Help select Spanish-language materials for the library's collection. Undertake a variety of outreach and communications activities focused on serving Canby's Spanish speaking community. Must have a demonstrated proficiency in speaking and writing Spanish, as well as knowledge of/and experience with the traditions, values and customs of the Hispanic/Latino community. Must demonstrate the ability to alphabetize and understand the Dewey Classification system. Experience with a library computerized circulation system desirable. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Physical requirements include the ability to bend and to lift piles of books weighing up to ten pounds. http://www.ci.canby.or.us/Jobs/jobopenings.htm

Posted: 6/4/10
Executive Director
Closes: 8/11/10
Anchorage, AK

The ALN Board of Directors sets overall direction and establishes budgets and policies. The ALN Executive Director works closely with the Board and makes recommendations on plans, programs, and policies. The ALN Executive Director is responsible for managing the operations of the organization and implementing decisions of the Board. The ALN Executive Director prioritizes activities, identifies problems and opportunities, and implements solutions. The ALN Executive Director works in a collaborative problem-solving mode consulting with the directors of the member libraries and with the State Library staff. The successful candidate must be highly motivated, have strong planning and organizational skills, sound fiscal management abilities and be an effective communicator. As the hiring institution, the University of Alaska Anchorage applies for grant funding for the ALN Executive Director position. The ALN Executive Director will hold a term faculty appointment at UAA. The supervisor of record is the Dean of UAA/APU Consortium Library. Currently there is no other staffing employed by ALN.

Salary: Minimum $55,000 annually; health and life insurance, tuition waiver benefits; represented by bargaining unit.

Requirements of the job: Master's degree from an accredited college in library or information science, media services, or closely related field.  Two years minimum of professional library experience at the manager level. Working knowledge of current library technologies.

Preferred Experience: Experience working with library consortia and/or other collaborative projects. Experience working with a policy-making board. Background in financial management of non-profit organizations. Working knowledge of grant administration.

Closing Date: The screening committee will begin reviewing applications August 11, 2010. Applications will be accepted until the recruitment is closed. Candidates are encouraged to apply by the review date to receive full consideration.

Posting Number: 0059918. For the entire announcement, see: https://www.uakjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=70662

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