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Oregon State Library Jobline

A Weekly Job Resource from the Oregon State Library | October 24, 2014

OREGON
Closing Dates

No Date  Corban University Library Administrative Assistant, Salem, OR
11/03/14 Reach Out and Read Oregon Program Assistant, Lake Oswego, OR
11/09/14 Access Services & Technology Specialist, Portland, OR
No Date  K-12 District Librarian (0.5 FTE), Hood River, OR
11/07/14 Youth Services Library Specialist, Mt. Angel, OR
10/31/14 Library Page, McMinnville, OR
10/24/14 Library Assistant, Hillsboro, OR
11/02/14 Assistant Librarian, Portland, OR
10/31/14 Library Assistant I (Two Positions), Sherwood, OR
11/02/14 Cataloger, Baker City, OR
10/31/14 Science & Data Services Librarian, Portland, OR
No Date  Lead Circulation Supervisor, Part-time, Portland, OR
10/27/14 Coordinator, Statewide Open Education Library Services, Albany, OR

04/01/15 Open Library Pool, Eugene, OR

OUT OF STATE
Closing Dates
11/07/14 Librarian II, Santa Monica, CA
11/23/14 Manager - Information Technology, Lancaster County, PA
10/31/14 Youth Services Librarian, Sandpoint, ID
10/31/14 New Mexico State Librarian, Santa Fe, NM
11/26/14 State Librarian, Augusta, ME

OREGON Job Announcements

Corban University Library Administrative Assistant
Posted: 10/24/14
Closes: No Date
Salem, OR

Provides customer service to library patrons and support for library services in support of the University’s mission.

Link to the full job announcement: https://media.corban.edu/files/Library%20Administrative%20Assistant.pdf

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Reach Out and Read Oregon Program Assistant
Posted: 10/24/14
Closes: 11/3/14
Lake Oswego, OR

Reach Out and Read: Reach Out and Read is an evidence-based nonprofit organization of medical providers who promote early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. Reach Out and Read partners with nearly 5,000 program sites and distributes 6.5 million books per year. In Oregon, Reach Out and Read has approximately 80 program sites and serves approximately 60,000 children annually. Objectives of the Position: The Program Assistant is pro-active, organized, detail-oriented, and flexible. The assistant provides support to the program team and coordinates the administrative functions of the Reach Out and Oregon program. S/he coordinates trainings, prepares materials, organizes data, keeps program status tracking tools up-to-date, and assists with a variety of other logistics for programmatic, development, communications, and office support. The Program Assistant must demonstrate sound judgment, discretion, and maturity. Must be willing to travel to ROR site locations up to once a week.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Maria Sleeman, Reach Out and Read Oregon Program Manager at: maria.sleeman@oraap.org by November 3, 2014. Please use ‘ROR Oregon Program Assistant’ in subject line. Please do not attempt to contact via phone.

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Access Services & Technology Specialist
Posted: 10/24/14
Closes: 11/9/14
Portland, OR

The Watzek Library at Lewis & Clark College is looking for someone with outstanding public service skills to provide general oversight of circulation activities during daytime hours. This position also coordinates the maintenance of public and staff equipment, including computers, printers, photocopiers, and microform scanners.

For more information on this opportunity, please visit https://jobs.lclark.edu/postings/4745

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K-12 District Librarian (0.5 FTE)
Posted: 10/24/14
Closes: No Date
Hood River, OR

The job of District Librarian provides leadership and expertise necessary to ensure that the District's media/technology program is an integral part of each school's instructional program. The position serves as a specialist, teacher and instructional consultant linking media/technology program resources to students and staff.

Link to the application and job description: http://www.hoodriver.k12.or.us/Page/309

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Youth Services Library Specialist
Posted: 10/24/14
Closes: 11/7/14
Mt. Angel, OR

The City of Mt. Angel seeks a Part-time Youth Services Library Specialist position [up to 16 hours each week]. Duties include providing storytimes and selecting materials as well as working at the public service counter.

Announcement Link: www.ci.mt-angel.or.us

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Library Page
Posted: 10/17/14
Closes: 10/31/14
McMinnville, OR

The McMinnville Public Library is seeking an individual who will perform a variety of tasks for the library as a part time library page. Most time will be spent checking in and shelving library materials. The hours offered will be between 12 and 16 hours a week, depending upon the successful candidate’s availability. Starting pay will be at $9.99 per hour. No education or experience is required. But Spanish language skills and any experience or education in libraries are preferred. Applications must be received by 5pm, October 31st.

For more information regarding this position please visit: http://www.ci.mcminnville.or.us/city/government/employment-opportunities/

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Library Assistant
Posted: 10/17/14
Closes: 10/24/14
Hillsboro, OR

Provides paraprofessional administrative support duties for professional Library personnel; performs directly related work as required.

Find the employment application packet and general information about the City at www.hillsboro-oregon.gov

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Assistant Librarian
Posted: 10/17/14
Closes: 11/2/14
Portland, OR

Temporary, two-year appointment. Full-time, 40 hours per week. Representative duties: - Using print and electronic sources, performs legal and non-legal reference and research services for judges, court personnel, branch libraries, and other library users. - Provides education and training to court staff on Lexis, Westlaw, the Internet, and print research sources. - Performs back-up duties in the absence of other library staff as needed. - Assists in collection maintenance and development, as well as acquisitions and/or cataloging. - Performs interlibrary loan transactions for court personnel. - Other duties and projects as assigned.

Link to the full job announcement: Link to the full announcement: http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/library/employment/

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Library Assistant I (Two Positions)
Posted: 10/17/14
Closes: 10/31/14
Sherwood, OR

The Sherwood Public Library seeks library enthusiasts to join our team. Two Library Assistant I positions with duties primarily in circulation are available. A strong customer-service focus, attention to detail, and proficiency with the Polaris ILS in the Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) environment are preferred. Schedules include evenings and one weekend day, 16-18 hours per week, with potential for occasional additional hours. For additional information, please see the linked job announcement and job description. Two open part time positions, non-exempt, AFSCME-represented (16-18 hours per week).

Job Announcement: http://www.sherwoodoregon.gov/sites/default/files/fileattachments/Human%20Resources/page/3249/2014-020_library_assistant_i_announcement.pdf

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Cataloger
Posted: 10/17/14
Closes: 11/2/14
Baker City, OR

Baker County Library District, recognized by Library Journal as one of the Best Small Libraries in America seeks an enthusiastic, versatile, productive cataloger. The Library District serves a population of 16,280 with 6 branches and bookmobile. This full time position is responsible for central cataloging of non-fiction, audiobooks, DVDs, music CDs and other formats using the Evergreen cataloging module. Responsibilities also include working at the circulation desk, providing reader’s advisory, reference assistance, computer instruction, committee activities and other dirty jobs. Requires meticulous attention to detail and excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication, and problem-solving skills. Must have training or experience with Dewey Decimal System, and Marc records and be able to understand and apply AACR2 and RDA cataloging rules. Bachelor’s degree is required. Demonstrated equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will also be considered. MLS degree including coursework in library cataloging, and experience with Evergreen ILS system are preferred. $13.39/hr, 40 hours a week. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and completed BCLD application form via email to info@bakerlib.org or via mail to Director, Baker County Library District, 2400 Resort St, Baker City, OR 97814

Application and additional information available at www.bakerlib.org/about-us

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Science & Data Services Librarian
Posted: 10/10/14
Closes: 10/31/14
Portland, OR

Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, invites applications for a Science & Data Services Librarian at the Aubrey R. Watzek Library. Watzek Library supports the College of Arts & Sciences and the Graduate School of Education & Counseling, and is a member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a consortium of 37 academic libraries in the Pacific Northwest. The library staff of 25 offers specialized research consultations, a course-integrated program of information literacy instruction, a librarian liaison for each academic department and program of study, robust special collections & archives, several curriculum-integrated digital initiatives, and a Visual Resources Center. When classes are in session, the library is open 24 hours every weekday. The Science/Data Services Librarian is an entry-level position that: • Provides leadership in the planning, implementation, and assessment of library research and data services in support of the natural sciences and other data-related disciplines. • Develops liaison partnerships with science faculty, staff, and students to support teaching, learning, and research and incorporates new approaches and technologies into existing and future services. • Teaches course-integrated information literacy, assists students and faculty at the reference desk and with in-depth research consultations. Questions can be directed to Elaine Hirsch, Associate Director of Watzek Library, at elaineghirsch@lclark.edu.

For more information and to apply, please see: https://jobs.lclark.edu/postings/4720

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Lead Circulation Supervisor, Part-time
Posted: 10/10/14
Closes: No Date
Portland, OR

The Oregon College of Art and Craft Library seeks a Lead Circulation Supervisor, part-time (25 hrs/weekly) responsible for the management and operation of Circulation services. Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Library Services, the part-time (25hrs/weekly) Lead Circulation Supervisor is responsible for the management and operation of Circulation services at the Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC) Library. The work requires considerable professional skill, initiative, and independent judgment. Involves staff training, development, and performance evaluation. Involves planning, developing, and coordinating services and resources for the effective and efficient circulation of library materials. Deals responsibly with patron problems and emergencies to maintain a safe and pleasant environment. The OCAC Library is a member library of the Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS). Applications submitted by October 17, 2014 will receive priority consideration.

To view full job announcement and apply, go to: http://ocac.edu/employment

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Coordinator, Statewide Open Education Library Services
Posted: 10/3/14
Closes: 10/27/14
Albany, OR

Work closely with distance learning departments, libraries and academic departments at Oregon community colleges to develop services, programs, and processes that promote the dissemination of open educational resources. Additional core responsibilities for this position include developing initiatives around the synergistic merging of library and open content resources, advocacy for these resources adoption in the curriculum, identifying partners and fostering collaborative opportunities for affordable learning solutions, and developing strategies for engagement with faculty and in other developing program areas. The successful candidate offers the ability to collaborate, create, innovate, and communicate when working with various constituencies. The Open Education Librarian Coordinator participates as a member of the Oregon Community College Distance Learning Association. This position will report administratively to Linn-Benton Community College but is a consortial position responsible to the Oregon Community College Distance Learning Association.

Link to the full job announcement: https://www.jobs.linnbenton.edu/postings/4796

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Open Library Pool
Posted: 4/4/14
Closes: 4/1/15
Eugene, OR

The University of Oregon Libraries are building a pool of qualified applicants for possible temporary, short-term appointments. Positions will be of a limited duration, not to exceed one year, but with the possibility of renewal for up to a total of three years depending on need, funding and performance. Assignments vary in location and function, depending on need, and may include but are not limited to: reference service in the Knight Library or branch libraries; delivering instructional sessions; technical processing; collection management; special collections and archives; educational technology projects; and/or digital library development projects. The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

For details on qualifications and application procedures, see Open Library Pool announcement at: http://jobs.uoregon.edu/unclassified.php?subtype=pool. (Note: If you applied for the previous 2013-2014 Open Library Pool and would like your application to remain “active” in the 2014-2015 pool, please send a brief note to that effect to libapps@uoregon.edu.)

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OUT OF STATE Job Announcements

Librarian II
Posted: 10/24/14
Closes: 11/7/14
Santa Monica, CA

The Librarian II (Children’s Services) supervises services for babies, preschoolers and elementary school-aged youth at the Main Library; supervises professional staff; schedules the youth reference desk; monitors budget expenditures; manages the children’s summer reading program system-wide; maintains expertise in youth services trends and in children’s literature for collection development and readers’ advisory; collaborates with schools, city and community partners for outreach on children’s and family services. NOTE: Librarian II positions may be required to work evenings and weekends.

Apply to: City of Santa Monica Human Resources Dept., 1685 Main St., PO Box 2200, Santa Monica, CA 90407, or online http://www.smgov.net/hr Phone: (310) 458-8697. Deadline: 5:00 pm, Friday, November 7, 2014.

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Manager - Information Technology
Posted: 10/17/14
Closes: 11/23/14
Lancaster County, PA

read! learn! connect@the library! The Library System of Lancaster County (PA) is looking for its next Manager of Information Technology. The successful candidate will be a catalyst and facilitator helping individual libraries provide strong collaborative technology services to their local customers. This is an opportunity for the right person to be an equal contributor on a strong, committed System leadership team. Focusing on moving the System forward, the IT Manager will envision, design and implement technologies that enhance and support the mission of the System and its member libraries. With a staff of 19, a $2 million annual budget, and governed by a seven member Board, the System is responsible for 14 member libraries, three branches and a bookmobile serving 519,462 residents. Established in 1987, the System’s mission is to provide countywide services and cooperative programs through a cost effective network of technology, facilities and resources. Shared and centralized services include, but are not limited to, public Internet access, a shared ILS system, database subscriptions, technical services, cooperative purchasing, consulting services, and broad technology support. This includes telecommunications, web hosting, hardware and software, and continuing education. For further information, contact Bradbury Associates/Gossage Sager Associates via email or phone. Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and your resume as Word or pdf attachments to Jobeth Bradbury or Karen Miller.

Link to the full job announcement: http://www.gossagesager.com/LSLCjobdesc.pdf

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Youth Services Librarian
Posted: 10/10/14
Closes: 10/31/14
Sandpoint, ID

Under general supervision of the Director, develops and implements young adult and home school programs for the library district. Is responsible for collection development for teen service areas of the library district, in addition to reader’s advisory and reference assistance for young adults and providers of home schooling. Responsible for “Make It” programs for the District. Coordinates and supervises all Youth Services staff and volunteers in the District. (At present, involves three (3) or more paraprofessionals and Youth Services volunteers).

Link to the full job announcement: http://ebonnerlibrary.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=427&Itemid=12

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New Mexico State Librarian
Posted: 9/19/14
Closes: 10/31/14
Santa Fe, NM

The State of New Mexico, Department of Cultural Affairs, seeks an enthusiastic and advocacy-oriented individual to fill the position of State Librarian and Director of the New Mexico State Library (NMSL) Division. The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) is one of the largest and most respected cultural affairs agencies in the nation. DCA and NMSL are located in beautiful, historic Santa Fe – New Mexico’s heart of governmental, artistic, and cultural activities. The State Librarian will have expansive partnering opportunities with other divisions within DCA including museum and historic sites’ education programs and collections, and preservation, arts, and archaeological programs.

Link to the full job announcement: http://nmstatelibrary.org/103-news/2032-job-posting-new-mexico-state-librarian

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State Librarian
Posted: 9/12/14
Closes: 11/26/14
Augusta, ME

The Maine Library Commission is seeking a visionary, experienced and innovative leader for the position of State Librarian. The State Librarian leads the operations of the Maine State Library and serves as an advocate for all libraries in Maine. The future of libraries is evolving constantly, with new models, consortia and technology, and the State Librarian can have a far-reaching impact on ensuring the highest quality and most equitable library services for all Mainers. Maine libraries have led the way with many firsts and we are seeking a candidate to continue this trend! The State Librarian reports to the Maine Library Commission, and has responsibility for a $5.2 million operating budget and 45 FTEs, oversees state grants and federal aid to libraries and works with the University of Maine System to oversee Maine InfoNet, the state's digital library.

The full vacancy posting, including the Direct Hire application, can be found on http://www.maine.gov/fps/opportunities/

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