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Digital Services Librarian, North Lake County Public Library District, Polson, MT

Opening Date: 12/05/2023                      Closing Date: 12/20/2023

Job Description: Please see full job description for details
Desired Qualifications: Prior technology experience a must

Salary / pay rate: 18.45 starting per hour
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time, Part-Time

Contact Name: Abbi Dooley
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):


Library Director, Tolono Public Library District, IL

Opening Date: 12/04/2023                      Closing Date: 01/16/2024

Responsibilities and Duties Include:1.Organizational Growth and Community Relationsa.Develop and supervise library staff to deliver patron satisfaction utilizing library services and customer serviceb.Oversee community outreach effortsc.Identify opportunities to develop long-range plans to address them; utilize information and resources available when making decisions; and establish systematic methods of accomplishing goals2.Administration & Human Resource Managementa.Prepare Illinois Public Library Annual Report (IPLAR), Per Capita Grant, Working Budget, Ordinance, legal notices, and grantsb.Monitor deadlines and publication dates for district libraries; files necessary paperwork with the Champaign County Clerk as well as documents and reports required by the IHLS System and Illinois State Libraryc.Communicate library policy and procedures to staff, making sure each understands his/her responsibilitiesd.Manage library staffing, scheduling, evaluation, and conducts monthly staff meetingse.Participate in professional development, classes, conferences, and workshops; Implement changes as applicable to the Tolono Public Library District’s operations and initiatives.3.Financial Management/Legal Compliancea.Prepares deposits and reconciles all bank statements monthlyb.Writes expenditure checks bi-weeklyc.Works in collaboration with the Library Board Treasurer on fiscal matters d.Ensures the library adheres to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations4.Board of Trustees Relationshipa.Attend regular and special meetings of the Library Board and committee meetings as necessary and participate in all discussions without the right to vote.b.Assist the president in preparing the board packet as well as distribute the board packet to the board each monthc.Communicate promptly with Library Board business affecting library operations, including preparing a monthly narrative and statistical report of library activities for the Board (Director's report)d.Prepare and submit monthly financial reports for Library Board review and approvale.Provide professional expertise and guidance to the Library Board, including information and legislation from local, state, and federal agencies and library technology, funding, and management trendsf.Responsible for working with Attorney, Auditor, County Clerk's office, and newspaper regarding the yearly audit, Levy, and budget work requirements

Desired Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:•Able to communicate effectively with others•Able to work independently and take initiative•Able to prioritize work, meet established deadline, delegate duties and attend to detail as appropriateEducation and Experience:•Must have a minimum of two years of supervisory or leadership experience or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience•Bachelor’s degree in library science is preferred or relevant education and library experience orequivalent combination

Salary / pay rate: Starting at $62,000/year
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time


Contact Name: Meghan Peach
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):


Library Director, Hedberg Public Library, WI

The Hedberg Public Library (WI) Board of Trustees seeks an excellent communicator and library champion to serve as its next Library Director. The director will be responsible for the management of a $4.2 million budget, 46.91 FTE, two locations, and a bookmobile, and reports to a nine-member governing Board appointed by City Council. Library highlights include strong local support, active Friends and Foundation groups, a well-resourced local history collection, and a recent renovation. The ideal candidate will have experience in a multi-branch system, be an effective advocate for the library in the community, and find ways to support and collaborate with staff across the organization.

With its rich history and natural beauty, Janesville (WI) offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere for people from all walks of life. With almost 66,000 residents, the city boasts an excellent school system, 2,590 acres of parks and recreational opportunities, and a growing job market. The recently revitalized downtown area features a variety of shops, restaurants, and activities. And the serene Rock River offers opportunities for outdoor adventures. Residents appreciate proximity to metro areas like Milwaukee and Chicago as well as the cities of Madison and Rockford.

Responsibilities: The Library Director performs highly responsible administrative and professional library work in developing, planning, and directing all policies, programs, operations, and activities of the library; develops an effective and collaborative leadership team within the library and works with the leadership team regarding planning strategies, library operations, and problem solving; prepares the annual library operational and capital budget for the board’s review; prepares, certifies, and submits the library annual report to the Department of Public Instruction; serves as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to the Hedberg Public Library Foundation and provides administrative support; attends meetings and participates in activities of the Friends of the Hedberg Public Library to further the mission and services of the Library; and works with the Prairie Lakes Library System on cooperative projects. Additional responsibilities and duties are included in the position description below.

Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include graduation from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited college or university with a Master of Library and Information Science degree; a minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional librarian experience within a public library, coupled with at least five (5) years of supervisory or department head level experience; and a Wisconsin Public Library Director Grade 1 Certification (or attaining certification within one (1) year of hire), and a valid state-issued driver’s license at time of hire are required. Experience as a Director is strongly preferred. In lieu of the minimum requirements, a combination of education and relevant experience may be considered.

Compensation: The hiring salary range is $115,715 – $128,572 with compensation depending on qualifications (DOQ). The position includes an excellent fringe benefits package.

For further information, contact Bradbury Miller Associates. Apply via email with a cover letter and your resume as Word or PDF attachments to Brian C. Hare ([email protected]). This position closes on January 14, 2024.

View the most up to date version of this announcement in its entirety along with accompanying links at

Library Director, Solomon Wright Public Library, Pownal, VT

Opening Date: 11/08/2023                    Closing Date: 12/15/2023

Service to the community Develops and maintains services that reflect and respond to the interests and needs of the community, including: Engage in long-range planning in conjunction with the Board of Trustees Collaborate with community groups and local schools Develop procedures for the smooth running of the library Develop a collection of interesting materials in various formats Provide reference, interlibrary loan, readers’ advisory, and referral services Help the public use library materials and technology, including formal and informal training Develop programs that appeal to a variety of ages and interests Develop outreach and other services that extend the library’s reach into the community Oversee the library website and social media accounts Develop and organize displays and exhibits Promote and publicize the library’s services and resources Report any building maintenance and safety problems to the trustees and oversee regular grounds maintenance and minor repairs as needed Oversee the scheduling and use of the library as meeting space Attend workshops, classes, and meetings; read professional literature in order to maintain perspective and keep apprised of developments in the field of librarianship Support and execution of library policy Follows policies adopted by the Board of Trustees, makes suggestions for changes as needed, and proposes ideas for the future, including: Participate in regular trustees meetings Maintain library policies, pass policy information on to volunteers, and answer the public’s questions about policies Maintain a close working relationship with town government Spending budgeted funds Spends and monitors budgeted funds in a responsible manner, including: Work with the treasurer to develop an annual budget for adoption by the Board of Trustees Help the trustees present an annual funding request to the town, and answer questions about library expenses as needed Develop a system to track expenses throughout the year so that no shortfalls are encountered Review bills/invoices and pass them along to the treasurer for approval Receive cash donations, fees, and other funds Arrange for use of the most cost-effective vendors Write grant proposals as appropriate Cooperate with trustees on library fund-raising activities Supervising and training volunteers Hires, trains, schedules, and evaluates volunteers, including: Teach library policy and procedures to volunteers, making sure each understands his/her individual responsibilities Schedule, organize, encourage, and supervise volunteers Recruit volunteers as needed Develop a procedure manual, emergency procedures, and other aids for volunteers Formal reporting Provides regular, written reports of library activity for the Board of Trustees, the town, and the state, including: Collect, report, and analyze library statistics Prepare monthly written reports for the Board of Trustees Complete occasional reports, surveys and requests for information from state and federal library agencies and associations Prepare annual statistical report and standards application for the Department of Libraries

Desired Qualifications: Education and experience: A bachelor’s degree is required, and willingness to earn certification as a public librarian in Vermont within five years. Management and supervisory experience required. 3-5 years experience working in a library or non-profit organization preferred. Knowledge, skills and abilities: Must have good people skills. Must have knowledge of online library catalog and circulation systems, computer systems, website management, Microsoft office, interlibrary loan systems, personal devices (eBook readers, smart phones, mp3 players, laptops, tablets, etc.) fax machines, computer scanners and printers, etc. Must be willing to increase knowledge of librarianship through workshops, trainings and online webinars. This position requires repetitive use of a keyboard and other office equipment and sitting at a workstation for an hour or more as necessary. Work requires occasional lifting of up to 25 pounds and regular lifting of 10 to 15 pounds.

Salary / pay rate: $21.00
Hours per week: 26
Employment Type: Part-Time

Contact Name: Damien McCaffery
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):

Librarian – Youth Services, Campbell County Public Library, Gillette, WY

Opening Date: 11/30/2023                   Closing Date: 01/12/2024

Open until filled. Manages, directs, and supervises the daily operations of the library’s Youth Services Department. Responsibilities include programming, special events, community outreach, collection development, readers’ advisory, and reference services. Works closely with appropriate library staff to develop, enhance, and promote services of the department and the library.

Desired Qualifications: Graduate Degree in Library Science from an accredited American Library Association college or university; Five (5) to six (6) years of professional experience in youth librarianship; Any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities

Salary / pay rate: $67,106.21 ($32.26/hr)
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: John Jackson
Contact Email and/or number: 307-687-0009
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):

Library Services Manager, Mohave County Library, Bullhead City, AZ

Opening Date: 11/21/2023                          Closing Date: 12/22/2023

Performs administrative and supervisory work involved in the management and operations of assigned library service area within the district library system.

Minimum Qualifications Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited School of Library Science.Five (5) years of library experience in a progressively responsible position, including at least three (3) years of supervisory experience. OR an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications.

Salary / pay rate: $66,102.40 - $68,078.40 Annually
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Jake Barillaro
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):[0]=Library&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Adult Services Librarian, Albany County Public Library, Laramie, WY

Opening Date: 11/13/2023                               Closing Date: 01/13/2024

This position plays a vital role in helping the Albany County Public Library strategically address the diverse needs of adults in Albany County. Reporting to the Deputy Director, the Adult Services Librarian oversees all programs and collections for adults, but takes a hands-on role in the Adult non-fiction collection and work, health, and education programming. This position requires an understanding of the needs in Albany County and an ability to connect library patrons to resources that will help address those needs.

Desired Qualifications: Preferred Qualifications: Education in Library Science, Human Services, or Social Work; Experience providing community education in one-on-one or group settings; At least three years of supervisory experience.; Ability to demonstrate practical commitment to equity and inclusivity in services and programming; Bilingual skills preferred.

Salary / pay rate: Annual salary is $50,000 This is a full-time, benefitted position. Benefit package includes: medical insurance paid by employer; life, dental, and vision paid by employer; and required statewide retirement plan.
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Rachel Crocker
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):

Library Director, Madison Public Library, WI

The City of Madison (WI) is looking for an innovative and collaborative leader who can connect the Madison Public Library to people across our community. Our Library is consistently celebrated as a pioneer in creative community-building activities and diverse services.   The Madison Public Library is an award-winning library system, dedicated to celebrating ideas, promoting creativity, connecting people and enriching lives. Working for Madison Public Library means working alongside a highly talented and truly outstanding group of people. The new Library Director we are looking for will lead a staff of approximately 135 permanent employees and 125 hourly employees across 9 (soon to be 10) sites to fulfill the Library’s vision, mission and values.

The Library Director works with the Library Board, City of Madison, Madison Public Library Foundation, staff located at multiple sites and community groups to effectively plan for and implement library services for the City of Madison. This is high-level professional and managerial work overseeing and directing the services, activities and library staff. The Director is responsible for strategy, planning, developing, organizing, implementing and evaluating a wide range of community library services. With dual reporting requirements to the Library Board and Mayor, the Director exercises considerable judgment and discretion in meeting service objectives.

Responsibilities: Oversee the development and implementation of library services that meet the changing needs of people in Madison; plan for and implement strategic initiatives for library services, collections and resources, based on community needs and interests; oversee the effective use of public funds in the development and administration of the Library’s budget; work with the Mayor, Common Council and Finance department to develop operating and capital budgets for approval by the Library Board and Common Council; work with the Madison Public Library Foundation on fund development efforts; serve as a visible spokesperson for the Library to increase support and funding for libraries; manage and support staff in order to provide the highest quality library services to the community; create a positive supportive working environment encouraging diversity in the workforce and a respect for diverse points of view; support an organizational culture that embraces change and is committed to perpetual learning; oversee the planning, design and construction of new and renovated library facilities; and lead Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiatives at the Library to address and eliminate racial and social barriers in Library programs, services, policies and practices. Additional responsibilities can be found here:

Minimum Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Master’s Degree in Library Science, five (5) years of leadership experience with staff management and development of strategic direction. Such experience will include relationship and coalition building, project management & engagement with various stakeholders and effective & proactive communication. Employment will be subject to a five-year employment contract negotiated by the Mayor and approved by the Common Council. The position requires residency in the City of Madison.

Special Requirements: Possession of or ability to obtain a permanent Wisconsin Librarian’s Certificate, Grade 1 (Wisconsin Stat. 43.09(1)); or ability to obtain said credential before completion of the probationary period. Failure to obtain the certification within the required time period may result in forfeiture of the position, absent extenuating circumstances. Meet the transportation requirement of the position, in order to travel to all Madison Public Library locations periodically.

Compensation: The salary range for the Director position is $121,516 – $164,046 and is complimented by an excellent benefits package.

The application window closes on December 15, 2023. To be considered for this exciting position, please apply here:

System Administrator for WYLD Network Library Services, Wyoming State Library, Cheyenne, WY

Opening Date: 11/03/2023                Closing Date: 01/03/2024

The Wyoming State Library has an opening for an experienced systems administrator with the skills necessary to maintain and enhance the hosted SirsiDynix Symphony system and integrated applications used by the statewide consortium of libraries. This position is highly collaborative and interacts with a variety of staff and vendors to support the core functions of the library system and its ILS partners. The ideal candidate will be a strong team player who is a creative problem solver with demonstrated abilities to learn new skills and systems quickly, and effectively handle multiple tasks. The ILS system administrator reports directly to the WYLD ILS Program Manager and is responsible for the overall technical management of all aspects of the ILS, supporting automated system operations and related technologies and integrations for all libraries in the WYLD consortium. The position oversees day-to-day operations and maintenance of the SirsiDynix Symphony ILS (SirsiDynix Symphony) and the statewide online catalog (Aspen Discovery). The incumbent uses a variety of technologies, along with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, to provide the best possible experience for library patrons and staff using the WYLD library system.

Desired Qualifications: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor's Degree (typically in Library Science). Experience: 0-3 years of progressive work experience (typically in Library Science) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Library Technical Analyst. OR Education & Experience Substitution: 4-6 years of progressive work experience (typically in Library Science) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Library Technical Analyst. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: A Master of Library Science (MLS), Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS), Master of Information Science (MIS), or an equivalent degree; Three to five years’ experience supporting an integrated library system, preferably SirsiDynix Symphony and related library software and hardware; Familiarity with ILS related technologies and hardware such as interlibrary loan software, collection analysis tools, barcode scanners, receipt printers, and self-check stations; Familiarity with library technology standards and protocols such as MARC format, RDA, FRBR; Experience with MarcEdit or similar batch editing tools; Experience in programming using jQuery, Perl, PHP, Python, JavaScript or other programming languages; Experience in command line server management and shell scripting, preferably in a Linux or Unix environment; Proficiency with web development tools such as HTML/CSS; Working knowledge of database technologies such as MySQL or Microsoft Access; Experience creating technical documentation; Effective communication, interpersonal, organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills with an ability to work with a widely diverse group of people; Demonstrated ability to work with people with varying levels of computer skills, as well as the ability to make technology understandable to the library community; Experience in delivering in-person and virtual training; Ability to work effectively in a team setting and independently.

Salary / pay rate: $29.70 - $33.00 Hourly
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Nicki Reitmeyer
Contact Email and/or number: 307-777-6219 / [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):

Director, David & Joyce Milne Public Library, Williamstown, MA

Opening Date: 11/01/2023                      Closing Date: 12/31/2023

The David and Joyce Milne Public Library in Williamstown, MA is hiring a new Library Director. The successful candidate is an innovative and collaborative leader with excellent communication, management, and relationship skills and proven ability to maintain focus and achieve desired outcomes. They will maintain and expand strong connections with the community on behalf of the library and ensure consistently effective and fiscally responsible execution of all day-to-day services, programs, and operations for the David and Joyce Milne Public Library. For a full description of the position visit

Located in Northern Berkshire County, Massachusetts and bordering both Vermont and New York, Williamstown is a unique community of 7,500 residents and home to numerous cultural and educational institutions including the Clark Art Institute, the Williamstown Theater Festival, and Williams College. There is a constant blend of people, events, and ideas contributing to a community life that makes Williamstown unique in the region. The library is committed to serving a diverse, multicultural, and engaged community of patrons and active partners. The town center and surrounding neighborhoods provide a diversity of housing and businesses. Outside the town center and nearby areas, Williamstown quickly becomes more rural in its character, especially as it is nestled in the valleys between steep wooded hillsides. The library is preparing to celebrate its 150th anniversary, a moment to honor and affirm the outsized role it has played in Williamstown’s growth and development as well as the enduring power of public libraries. It provides residents with essential services and resources through a variety of programming, diverse print and electronic resources, and knowledgeable staff. Highlights include robust programming for children and adults, recently-renovated spaces for teens and community gathering, and outstanding support and goodwill from an active and engaged Friends of the Library group. Responsibilities Working under the direction of its Board of Trustees, the Director’s areas of responsibility include:●inspirational management and professional development of staff ●understanding and maintaining a strong sense of our community, and applying that knowledge to consistent and effective outreach ●energetic visioning, planning, and execution for short and long term needs, strategic directions, and sustainability, including facilities ●promoting and ensuring equity, diversity, and inclusion as fundamental values of the library ●effective oversight of collection, program, and service development ●advocacy for the library and its programs with town officials and constituents The Director communicates and collaborates with the Board of Trustees, the library staff, the Town Manager, a very active and engaged Friends of the Library, our community partners, the general public, and regional, state, and national library organizations and cooperatives.

Desired Qualifications: 3 - 5 years of experience in administration or management in a library, non-profit, or other cultural institution, including supervisory experience, is required. A Bachelor’s degree is required and a master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited library school is highly preferred. The Board of Trustees, at its discretion, will consider an alternative combination of formal education and work experience. The ideal candidate will have experience with libraries or other cultural institutions, community relations, partnership development, training and development of staff, and long-term planning. The Director will be key to achieving the goals and objectives of the library’s strategic plan (see ) and be a team leader who will serve as the face of the library.

Salary / pay rate: $70,000 - $80,000
Hours per week: 38
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Micah Manary
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):

Area Manager (North Area of the District), NCW Libraries, Oroville, WA

Full-Time FLSA Status: Exempt Hours: Full-Time (40 hours) Wage: Grade P; $73,013.31- $98,123.78 *

Performs difficult administrative work in planning, organizing, and managing operations of multiple branch libraries, ensuring efficient delivery of library materials and services, overseeing branch program planning, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the general direction of the Associate Director of Community Libraries. Supervision is exercised over all personnel in the Area.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: • Organizes, approves, and directs library programs to enhance community awareness and involvement. • Reviews, approves, and ensures accuracy of related invoices, and financial records. Secures appropriate branch resources. • Provides on and off-site management of all branch personnel and ensures compliance with organizational and state rules and regulations. • Cultivates positive, beneficial relationships with staff at all levels of the organization. • Conducts regular branch visits to ensure consistency and provide staff support. • Assigns, directs, trains, and recommends action as it pertains to staff work. Disciplines, coaches, and evaluates staff performance. • Ensures work of branch staff and implementation of NCRL policies, procedures, services, and projects are consistent throughout the library system, and meet the needs of patrons and communities. • Cultivates skills in leadership, management, strategic planning, process improvement, change management and employee coaching. • Possesses detailed knowledge of library policies, procedures, and current practices. • Fields and responds to customer service-related questions and concerns. • Acts ethically and honestly, applying high standards of behavior to all work activities and interactions. • Develops and maintains staff schedules.

Required Qualifications Education & Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Logistics, Management, Human Resources, or related discipline with a minimum of five (5) years supervisory experience. • Experience managing remote sites highly desired. • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS/MLS) highly desired. • Public library experience preferred.

Experience supervising staff in multiple locations. • Experience creating, applying, and implementing operational policies, procedures, and systems. • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion. • Basic knowledge of federal wage and hour laws, EEO, ADA and L&I. • Must have a focus on collaboration and work well with teams, both as a leader and a member. • Must have proficient computer skills, Microsoft Office Suite experience and the ability to learn new software. • Must possess strong organizational skills, be able to establish priorities and meet deadlines. • Must have strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to mitigate conflict, provide coaching and discipline and develop staff.

Work Environment & Physical Demands: • Some early morning, evening, and weekend work may be required. Special Requirements: • Valid driver’s license in the State of WA. • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends. • NCW Libraries provides mobile office tools to enable work to be performed in any branch location. 

Wyoming State Librarian, Wyoming State Library, Cheyenne, WY

Opening Date: 10/20/2023                          Closing Date: 12/20/2023

The State of Wyoming is now accepting applications for the position of Wyoming State Librarian. This professional position provides vision and leadership in the Wyoming library community. The position is established in statute and serves as the administrator of the State Library Division of the Department of Administration and Information. The Wyoming State Library was first established in 1871 as the Wyoming Territorial Library. By statute, it is the official repository of state government documents and is responsible for the extension and development of library services statewide. The WSL manages the statewide WYLDcat library catalog, the GoWYLD research databases and electronic resources and the Digital Collection Suite of Wyoming historical documents and information. Learn more about the WSL at

Desired Qualifications: The position is established in statute and requires that the state librarian “shall have completed the required courses in a recognized or accredited library school.” The appropriate degree is at the master’s or doctoral level. The accrediting body for library schools is the American Library Association which maintains the directory of schools. 

Salary / pay rate: $9,754.66 - $10,838.51 Monthly
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Nicki Reitmeyer
Contact Email and/or number: 307-777-6219 / [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):


Youth Services and eResources Librarian, Wyoming State Library, Cheyennne, WY

Opening Date: 10/18/2023                                Closing Date: 12/31/2023

This Wyoming State Library (WSL) professional position leads statewide youth services consulting, training, and outreach efforts and co-coordinates the access, evaluation, and selection of licensed eResources, learning tools, and other products made available through the WSL resources portal. They’ll provide training and support in the use of licensed eResources, co-curate the WSL LibGuides platform, and provide library development consultation services as library needs arise. This position assists in achieving the mission of the Wyoming State Library: to promote statewide library development, foster library cooperation, and provide reliable information to customers.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor's Degree (typically in Library Science) Experience: 0-2 years of progressive work experience (typically in Library Science) OR Education & Experience Substitution: 3-5 years of progressive work experience (typically in Library Science) Preference will be given to applicants with a Master of Library Science (MLS) or Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS). Preference will also be given to experience in performing reference interviews, state and federal document research, library outreach, and eResources management.

Salary / pay rate: $27.46 / hour
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Nicki Reitmeyer
Contact Email and/or number: 307-777-6219 / [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):

Library Consultant, Central Kansas Library System and Great Bend Public Library, KS

Opening Date: 10/16/2023                         Closing Date: 12/31/2023

The Central Kansas Library System is excited to announce we are looking for a Library Consultant. This is a key team position and we are looking for the right person who will bring the necessary knowledge and experience and will fit into our culture. CKLS is highly responsive to our member library's needs and ongoing professional development for library staff. Our culture fosters collaboration and excellence with a spirit of genuine caring and empathy for everyone with whom we work and serve. The Library Consultant works independently and as part of the Central Kansas Library System (CKLS) team to encourage best practices in library management and operations. The Library Consultant will be keenly interested in achieving excellence for all libraries in the CKLS region, will conduct on-site visits to libraries to observe, assess, advise, and train on a broad range of library practices and procedures. The Library Consultant serves as a resource for public, school, and academic libraries and for the Central Kansas Library System, and contributes significantly to the overall work of the System.

Desired Qualifications: Master’s degree in Library Science and appropriate professional library experience Minimum of 3 years of library managerial experience providing services, in a Regional Library System or public library environment Occasional out of town or overnight travel is required Good driving record and a valid Kansas driver’s license; must have unrated insurability. Experience with project management Leadership or management experience Experience developing and conducting instructional events and presentations Strong writing skills Strong communication skills Strong technology skills Thorough knowledge of professional library principles, practices, methods and administration Ability to deal harmoniously with others.

Salary / pay rate: $53, 750
Hours per week: 40
Employment Type: Full-Time

Contact Name: Gail Santy
Contact Email and/or number: [email protected]
Online application and/or full job listing link(s):