[Libs-Or] Jobline 10/5/12

Jessica Rondema jessica.rondema at state.or.us
Fri Oct 5 09:00:35 PDT 2012

Having trouble viewing this HTML e-mail? Click here<http://oregon.gov/osl/jobs/Jobline.htm>
Oregon State Library Jobline

A Weekly Job Resource from the Oregon State Library | October 5, 2012

Closing Dates
10/11/12 Materials Services Specialist (part-time - 20 hrs/week), Bend, OR
10/16/12 Project Consultant, Chicago, IL
10/12/12 Educational Assistant IV - Media Assistant, The Dalles, OR
10/19/12 Public Services Librarian, Bellingham, WA
11/04/12 Youth Services Coordinator, Independence, MO
10/08/12 Library Technician 3, Eugene, OR
10/26/12 Deputy County Librarian for Santa Clara County Library District, Los Gatos, CA
11/09/12 Library Building Specialist, Boston, MA
No Date  Library Assistant, Salem, OR
10/14/12 Library Director, Roseburg, OR
Job Announcements

Materials Services Specialist (part-time - 20 hrs/week)
Posted: 10/5/12
Closes: 10/11/12
Bend, OR

East Bend Public Library: Join progressive and fun team to ensure customers have access to well organized materials and receive prompt delivery services. Specialist provides high level of customer service to diverse populations including children, teens, and adults in person and via the phone while processing materials.

Application and supplemental questionnaire available at http://www.deschuteslibrary.org/Employment.asp. Required documents must be received via mail, fax, or delivery at 507 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701. EOE

Return to top of page


Project Consultant
Posted: 10/5/12
Closes: 10/16/12
Chicago, IL

ASCLA--the Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies--has issued a RFP for a Project Consultant to launch the division's Accessibility Academy. The ASCLA Accessibility Academy aims to provide information and skills training that will prepare librarians and staff at public, academic, special, and international libraries to work with these special populations. The Project Consultant will develop and implement the first Academy module, which will include an online tutorial and webinars, and will assemble manage an advisory team to provide long-term feedback on project deliverables and content, and also provide evaluation assistance. Responses are due by 6:00pm Central on Monday, October 16.

An overview of the RFP is available at the ASCLA blog: http://ascla.ala.org/blog/2012/10/rfp-accessibility-academy/. Download the RFP here: http://www.ala.org/ascla/sites/ala.org.ascla/files/content/rfp_accessacadjobdescription.pdf. Questions? Contact Susan Hornung, ASCLA executive director, at shornung at ala.org<mailto:shornung at ala.org> or (312) 280-4395 or 800-545-2433, x4395.

Return to top of page


Educational Assistant IV - Media Assistant
Posted: 10/5/12
Closes: 10/12/12
The Dalles, OR

The Educational Assistant IV- Media Assistant supports the Library/Media Teacher in providing effective use of the Library/Media center facility and resources. Hours: 3.4 hours per day (.43 FTE) - OR - 17 hours a week. Length of Employment: School Year / Student Contact Days. Rate of pay: $13.01/hour. Requirements: AA Degree or 72 quarter hour's college coursework or have passed the *Work Keys Assessment test; Math, English Composition and Computer skills required; Experience in operation and maintenance of Audio/Visual Equipment desired; Bilingual/Spanish preferred but not required. Closing Date: Friday, October 12th, 2012 at 4:00 pm.

For more information: http://www.nwasco.k12.or.us/cms/lib04/OR01001464/Centricity/Domain/3/10.2.12%20Media%20Asst.%203.4%20hrs%20-%20CW.pdf

Return to top of page


Public Services Librarian
Posted: 10/5/12
Closes: 10/19/12
Bellingham, WA

Bellingham Public Library is seeking a Public Services Librarian to promote library services through active participation, networking and leadership in the community. Responsibilities include creating and delivering reader's advisory programs for the public and managing the system-wide adult fiction collection in all formats. Bellingham is 90 miles north of Seattle and 50 miles south of Vancouver, B.C. Population served is 81,000.

For more information on this position and to apply on-line, please visit the City Of Bellingham job opportunities page at: www.cob.org/employment/jobs.aspx<http://www.cob.org/employment/jobs.aspx>.

Return to top of page


Youth Services Coordinator
Posted: 9/28/12
Closes: 11/4/12
Independence, MO

We believe this opening is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Youth Services librarian-a person who has worked with teens and children, has a strong interest in representing youth in the community as well as internally with staff, and the ability and confidence to market youth services and programs (both traditional and virtual). The Youth Services Coordinator will be a key part of the Library's Administrative Team. The Youth Services Coordinator will report to the Assistant Director and will have two direct reports. The Library System, through 34 locations, serves 750,000 residents. With an annual budget of $41.9 million and 600+FTEs, the Library celebrated 4.6 million customer visits and a 9 million item circulation in 2010-2011. Mid-Continent Public Library serves three of the fifteen-county metropolitan area anchored by Kansas City that spans the border between Missouri and Kansas. As of the 2010 Census, the metropolitan area had a population of 2,035,334. For additional details on MCPL, the metro area and the surrounding communities, see Mid-Continent Public Library Links. The hiring salary range is $55,486-$87,677 with a competitive benefits package and applications close November 4, 2012.

For the complete ad and job description: http://www.gossagesager.com/MCPLYSad.htm

Return to top of page


Library Technician 3
Posted: 9/28/12
Closes: 10/08/12
Eugene, OR

Responsible for resource sharing and student oversight activities at the UO Science Libraries. Requires bachelor's degree plus two years current (within 5 years) experience in a library, or four years current library experience; AND advanced proficiency in multiple library specific computer applications. Requires ability to manage large-volume tasks; willingness to accept frequent changes of priorities or daily assignments in an evolving organization with only two support staff; ability to use a personal computer and possession of good keyboarding and mousing skills; ability to use the Internet and related resources; excellent customer service skills and ability to communicate effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures. per hour; excellent benefits, including health and dental, employer-paid retirement, tuition benefits for employee or an eligible dependent, sick and vacation leave. Application information available: Human Resources, 677 East 12th, Suite 400, 5210 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-5210; 541-346-3159. AA/EO/ADA institution committed to cultural diversity.

Application information available online at http://hr.uoregon.edu/jobs/.

Return to top of page


Deputy County Librarian for Santa Clara County Library District
Posted: 9/28/12
Closes: 10/26/12
Los Gatos, CA

The Deputy County Librarian is an Executive Management position, which reports directly to the County Librarian and is responsible for the development of policy and the implementation of the library's mission, policies and procedures throughout the library system and acts as department head in the absence of the County Librarian.

Link to the full job announcement : www.sccjobs.org<http://www.sccjobs.org>

Return to top of page


Library Building Specialist
Posted: 9/28/12
Closes: 11/9/12
Boston, MA

Library Building Specialist for the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Unique opportunity to support a renaissance in public library facilities for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts which has provided state support to 177 public library projects in the last 25 years. With the senior library building specialist, provides library building consulting and technical assistance to cities and towns throughout MA seeking to expand and improve public library buildings. Major Duties: Assists library staff, trustees and building committee members, and local officials to assess the need for new or renovated facilities. Works closely with libraries during a building project's planning, programming and design phases. Serves as a liaison from the MBLC to libraries applying for and receiving MPLCP grants. Works with libraries and their design teams, including project architects, from the preparation of bid documents, through the construction and occupancy phases. Qualifications: 4 years of full-time or equivalent part-time professional experience and a Massachusetts Class D motor vehicle operator's license. Preferred qualifications are an ALA- MLS/MLIS and administrative experience, which includes a leadership role in and developing a library building program, physical design and layout, and administering grants and completing a major library building project. Salary Range: $53,425 to $73,969 annually. Send Letter, resume and 3 professional references to: Uechi Ng, MBLC 98 N. Washington Street, Suite 401, Boston, MA 02114 or Uechi.Ng at state.ma.us<mailto:Uechi.Ng at state.ma.us>. AA/EEO

For more information about the Massachusetts Public Library Construction Program, visit http://mblc.state.ma.us/grants/construction/index.php or contact Rosemary Waltos, rosemary.waltos at state.ma.us<mailto:rosemary.waltos at state.ma.us>.

Return to top of page


Library Assistant
Posted: 9/28/12
Closes: No Date
Salem, OR

ITT Technical Institute is a leading provider of technology-oriented postsecondary degree programs designed to help students develop skills and knowledge they can use to pursue career opportunities in a variety of fields. At our more than 120 accredited ITT Technical Institutes located in approximately 40 states, we predominately provide career-focused degree programs of study in fields involving technology, criminal justice, business, and nursing to approximately 80,000 students. Today, we continue to execute our model, add new programs of study, and grow at a very rapid pace building new campus locations across the country. Looking for an opportunity to play a key role in shaping the future direction and growth of a public company in one of the fastest growing industries? Have a passion for helping people change their lives through education? The Library Resource Assistant is responsible for assisting students and faculty in the use of our Learning Resource Center resources and equipment.

Visit us at http://careers-itt-tech.icims.com to learn more about us and apply online.

Return to top of page


Library Director
Posted: 9/14/12
Closes: 10/14/12
Roseburg, OR

Douglas County is seeking a Director of the County Library System. The ideal director will be a visionary leader, who is enthusiastic and team oriented, an innovative library leader. The ideal candidate must also possess demonstrated communication, problem solving and financial management skills. The Director serves as administrator for the library system and plans, organizes and directs management both independently and jointly with a three-member Board of County Commissioners and seven member Library Advisory Board. The Douglas County Library System, established in 1955, consists of headquarters in Roseburg and 10 Branches throughout the county. Requires a Master's degree in Library Science, Business Administration or Public Administration and five years progressively responsible library experience, which includes three years management experience or any satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and training. The annual salary offered is $54,443 to $62,483 depending upon experience. You must attach a resume and cover letter with your application in order to be considered for review.

For more information and to apply for the position, visit our 'Job Opportunities' at http://www.co.douglas.or.us/hr.

Return to top of page
To List a Job Announcement

To list a job on the Oregon State Library's Jobline, please provide the following information:

Job Title
Closing Date
City & State
Brief description of position
Link to the full job announcement

Email your request to Jessica Rondema at jessica.rondema at state.or.us<mailto:jessica.rondema at state.or.us>.
All listings with no closing date mentioned will be removed from Jobline after one month.

Return to top of page
To Unsubscribe

To subscribe/unsubscribe from libs-or, go here<http://listsmart.osl.state.or.us/mailman/listinfo/libs-or>.
Contacts at the Oregon State Library

Jobline Editor: Jessica Rondema<mailto:jessica.rondema at state.or.us> 503-378-2464

Oregon State Library homepage: http://www.oregon.gov/OSL

Libs-or subscription assistance: 503-932-1004

Technical Assistance: 503-932-1004

Return to top of page
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <https://omls.oregon.gov/pipermail/libs-or/attachments/20121005/5bd91128/attachment.html>

More information about the Libs-Or mailing list