The Charleston Carnegie Public Library Board is seeking a creative and dynamic leader who will work closely with the Library Board, staff and community to serve the 21,838 people in Charleston. The successful candidate will represent the Library within the community, develop collections, manage the 14-person staff team, and provide strong financial skills to manage the budget. The new Director will also provide vision for the library and should possess a positive, achievement-oriented attitude.
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The Technical Services Assistant is responsible for the processing of materials received by the Library, verifying accuracy of invoices and condition of items, maintaining receipt-records for the serial subscriptions, working with vendors to claim unreceived issues, and copy cataloging.
The Technical Services Assistant works on a schedule established by the Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian. Minimal supervision is provided; the Technical Services Assistant must be attentive to detail, exercise informed judgment, and recognize when to refer problems to appropriate staff members. The Technical Services Assistant is cross-trained to assist with the operation of the Access Services unit.
The Board of Trustees of the Flossmoor Public Library (suburban Chicago) seeks a creative and community-focused leader to serve as Director. Flossmoor is a beautiful and historic town, known for its diverse and educated population as well its devotion to the arts. Located about 25 miles from Chicago in the city’s south suburbs, Flossmoor offers residents both small-town appeal and easy access to the attractions of a big city.
The Mattoon Public Library in Mattoon, IL is seeking a dynamic new Director with the vision to lead the library during a time of change and growth. Do you have the leadership skills to facilitate change and creatively market the programs and services of a medium-sized public library in a rural community? Are you inspired by collaboration and community
involvement? Do you seek to dispel the stereotype of a shy, quiet librarian by building positive relationships with partner organizations, policymakers, media, and others? The right candidate must have strong organizational skills and a vision for the future of library service. The right candidate must also be resourceful, a skilled communicator, a good listener, and have a proven history of fundraising.
The Edwardsville Public Library is looking for a part time Marketing and Public Relations Assistant to develop promotional tools to reach and inform residents of the many and varied offerings of the Library. Skills needed include a working knowledge and expertise of methods and techniques to deliver information to the public in all formats, including both traditional and inventive manners. The applicant will work closely with the Director and the department heads.
Do you want to work where you can enrich the lives of the people in your community? The Urbana Free Library needs you! We have been serving our community for over 140 years – we have a rich history and a bright future. If you are a detail-oriented person who enjoys a great variety of tasks, we want you to join our team. The Acquisitions Clerk handles all shipping/receiving for the Library, maintains the Library’s magazine collection, and performs other duties in Acquisitions Services. This clerk also will be trained to work as an Administration Clerk, doing accounts receivable and payable duties, payroll duties, and general office work to support Library administration.
Do you want to affect positive change and enrich the lives of the people in your community? If you are a friendly, energetic, creative leader who enjoys connecting with all kinds of people, The Urbana Free Library needs you! Our Library is a busy, vibrant, dynamic institution that is looking for someone to reflect these same qualities. We have been serving our community for over 140 years – we have a rich history and a bright future. If you are an enthusiastic, optimistic, inspiring leader who wants to make a difference in people’s quality of life, we want you to join our Library team.
Are you a self-starter who enjoys helping people? Do you have experience providing research services and planning programs in a public library that embraces change? If so, you might be just the person for us. This position has an emphasis on working with and outreach to teens - middle school through high school.
This Teen Librarian position will be based out of the Meadowridge Library and serve middle school and high school youth on the west side of Madison. This position will focus on collaborations with many community partners, such as west Madison schools, Neighborhood Centers, churches and community organizations, including The Road Home and MSCR, as well as working with neighborhood residents to identify community needs and develop engaging learning opportunities and programs to meet those needs.
The Community Engagement Coordinator at the Madison Public Library will be a public face for the library, and a powerful voice for the many different neighborhoods throughout Madison. In this position, you will focus on establishing relationships with individuals and organizations throughout the City, especially those representing under-resourced neighborhoods. The Community Engagement Coordinator will use data and community conversations to determine needs and will translate those needs into action under the umbrella of the library's strategic priorities.