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Part-time Librarian (Danville)

The Danville Area Community College library is seeking an individual to fill a part-time position at the reference desk. Schedule will range from 10 to 12 hours per week with morning availability required and some evening hours desired. Primary duties include assisting library patrons in person, on chat, or by phone. Proficiency with technology and the ability to explain basic computer skills and online library resources to customers are required. May also be assigned to assist with special events or work on projects as assigned by the Dean or Reference and Technical Services Librarians. This person must be enthusiastic and interested in helping students and other patrons with their library needs. Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree and library experience desired. Experience working with college students, flexibility and an ability to work more hours when needed are a plus.

Library Director (Dixon)

The Dixon Public Library Board of Trustees seeks a candidate who will provide excellent library services to the community today and innovative leadership for the future. The Library Director will supervise a staff of 14 (8.85 FTE) and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Library operations. The Director will report to the Library Board of Trustees and will serve as the Municipal Library Dept. Head within the City of Dixon.

Library Director (Port Byron)

The River Valley District Library Board of Trustees is seeking an innovative and energetic individual for a 5000 patron District Library with an annual budget of $450,000. Located in Port Byron, Illinois, on the bank of the Mississippi River, River Valley District Library is in the consulting stage of a future library expansion.

Youth Services Librarian (Warrenville)

Warrenville Public Library District is seeking a part-time Youth Services Librarian. This position supports programs and services for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade, including collection development and school cooperation. The position includes opportunities to work with other age groups, both younger and older.

Cataloger (Normal)

Normal Public Library seeks a creative, innovative, team-oriented library professional with proven work experience dedicated to contributing to an outstanding Technical Services department and excellent service environment for the customers and staff of the library. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Anticipated start date is approximately April 1, 2015.

Library/LRC Support Specialist (St. Louis)

The Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market (SICCM) has a vacancy for a full-time, Master’s degree, Library/Learning Resource Center (LRC) Support Specialist position at the East St. Louis Community College Center.  This position assumes responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the library including Technical, Public Services and Distance Learning.  

Youth Services Librarian (Dunlap)

The Dunlap Public Library District seeks an innovative and energetic professional to fill the position of Youth Services Librarian. The Youth Services Librarian plans, implements, and carries out programming for patrons ages birth – 19, assists with collection development of the Easy, J, and Young Adult sections of the library, maintain a friendly and welcoming library environment in the Easy, J, and Young Adult sections of the library, and assist the Executive Director on other matters as needed.

Library Specialist (Illinois State Library)

An employment opportunity is available at the Illinois State Library for a Library Specialist position in the Library Operations area. Please follow the instructions for application and information.

Research Literature Bibliographer (Chicago)

Job Overview
The primary role of the Research Literature Bibliographer is to develop and execute a strategy for systematically sourcing all available research literature, published and unpublished, for all disciplines of social impact targeted by the IGP (Education, Youth Development, International Development, Critical Human Needs, Economic Development, Disaster Relief, Arts, Sustainability, Health, Criminal Justice, Science & Technology, Culture and Identity). The Research Literature Bibliographer must not only be intimately familiar with the breadth of academic, public, and private research databases available, s/he must also be adept at identifying academic/professional journals and other online and offline sources of research literature relevant to social impact. The successful Research Literature Bibliographer will be able to deliver research literature bibliographies that are definitively comprehensive and beyond the reproach of experts in their respective fields of social impact. The Research Literature Bibliographer will collaborate with the Chief Genomic Officer, Data Science Director, and various IGP R&D teams to ensure the IGP becomes the de facto standard across the social sector for research literature references.

Law Library Clerk (Madison County)

The Madison County Law Library has a position open - Law Library Clerk. The Law Library Clerk provides customer service to individuals who are representing themselves in court using the Self-Help Center, makes independent decisions in assessing each individual’s requests and the manner in which help will be provide, answers questions and educates self-represented litigants about materials and resources available in the Self-Help Center , and performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated.