Job Listings

The SCLA Job Listings is a list of job announcements for any type of library within South Carolina and the Southeast. Libraries, please read the Job Posting Guidelines and submit your new job announcements.


Submission Date: 08/20/2018

Job Title: Reference Library Technical Assistant

Job Description: Reporting to the Head of Reference and Instruction Librarian, the Reference Library Technical Assistant is a highly visible library position, requiring front-line interaction and excellent customer service assisting patrons in the use of the library and its resources. The regular hours for this position will be Sunday- Thursday 3:00 pm to midnight. Provide basic reference, technical, copying, and printing assistance to patrons in person, online, and by telephone; Shelve and retrieve periodicals and reference books; Knowledge of library policies and procedures and a willingness to enforce policies to ensure safety of library patrons; Provide administrative support for the reference department; Perform nightly closing procedures for the building. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

Qualifications: Associate Degree with two years’ experience in an academic library; Bachelor’s Degree with some library experience preferred. Knowledge of common library resources and, automated library systems, online catalogs, and research databases; Highly effective and professional communication skills; Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office and printer troubleshooting; Ability to work collaboratively and exercise independent judgment.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Please visit our online application site at https://www.charlestonsouthern.edu/humanresources/staff.php


 

Submission Date: 08/17/2018

Job Title: Senior Library Manager-Leader of East District Branches

Job Description: Find your Dream Team opportunity at the Charleston County Public Library! Be a part of hiring and building your dream team from managers to front line staff. Say “Yes” to this opportunity if you are a natural leader, passionate about serving the public, innovative, adventurous, love technology, enjoy networking and open to new ideas. The Charleston County Public Library will open the first and largest branch among five new branches, which overwhelmingly passed with public vote for the 108 Million referendum to build libraries and renovate existing branches. The Senior Library Manager will also oversee the existing four branches in the east side of our service area. Leadership and Administration: • Leads and manages branch library managers, overseeing the operations of four locations, including the 40,000 square ft. library scheduled to open in March 2019. • Develops and directs staff in the provision of excellent customer service and programs, materials handling, performance management, collection development and maintenance, and resource delivery. Oversees the scheduling of branch library public services staff and makes emergency staff assignments. Applies and interprets policies in complex situations. • Leads and supports managers in prioritizing collection-related projects and program initiatives. • Makes recommendations to Deputy Library Director of Public Services (Deputy) in support of CCPL’s strategic plan goals and works with direct reports to execute as authorized. • Works with a team of four district managers in developing tools to measure impact of library services in the community, and prepares annual, monthly, and special reports and statistics. • Works with a team of four district managers in preparing budget and service proposals, developing policy and work procedures, and reviewing safety measures. • Works with a team of four district managers in planning and administering public library services. • Assumes responsibility for the operation of public library services of the branches in the east district in the absence of the Branch Managers. Performance Management: • Models high level of customer service and trains and coaches staff accordingly; sets performance expectations and evaluates performance. • Plans and conducts in-service sessions and staff meetings and assists in developing training for staff on new technologies and initiatives. • Participates in staff recruitment, selection, discipline, recognition, transfers, and promotions. Safe and Healthful Workplace Administration: • Enforces safe work procedures and accident prevention practices. • Directs, trains, and supports branch librarians who serve as Librarians-in-Charge (LICs) at each location. • Reports activities and behavior customer interactions with the Facilities and Security Manager. Community Outreach and Advocacy: • Attends CCPL Board meetings, community town hall meetings, major school community meetings, and appears on local television and in media opportunities as needed. • Serves on one or more boards as CCPL’s representative, and supports managers serving on boards and committees of community-based organizations that support CCPL’s strategic plan goals and directives. • Initiates contacts in the community and works with community organizations in library-connected programs. • Forms partnerships with businesses and organizations to enhance and enrich services to a shared clientele. • Represents the library in the community and keeps stakeholders aware of benefits associated with the use of library facilities and resources. Library Facilities Oversight: • Supports branch staff who may serve as liaison to community groups using meeting spaces regarding facilities, security, and signage matters. • Ensures that changes in business hours, branch closures, or other emergency changes are communicated in a timely fashion to all affected parties. • Communicates between branch library public services staff and the Facilities & Security manager. • Assists in planning branch library renovations and building projects and provides support to branch library managers.

Qualifications: Requirements: 1. Master's degree in library science from a library school accredited at the graduate level by the American Library Association (ALA). 2. Four years post MLIS professional library experience, of which three years must have been as manager of a major library division, coordinator in a major subject area, manager of a large branch, or manager of an independent community library. 3. Eligible for or hold a South Carolina State Library certification. 4. A valid driver’s license with a safe driving record and the ability to obtain an SC driver’s license.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Please visit our website at www.ccpl.org and click on “About CCPL/Careers at CCPL” to apply for the position.

Salary: $58,864 - $80,080 annually, depending on qualifications

Contact: [email protected] and reference this position

 


 

Submission Date: 08/09/2018

Job Title: Information Literacy Librarian

Job Description: VACANCY (POSITION) NUMBER:142014 POSITION TITLE: Information Literacy Librarian (9+3) STATE CLASSIFICATION: Associate Librarian (UL05/0004) RESPONSIBLE TO: Library Director LOCATION: Central Campus STATE SALARY RANGE: $46,667 - $53,333 (12 month) JOB DATE: Immediate OPENING DATE: August 7, 2018 CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Information Literacy Librarian works collaboratively with colleagues and faculty to develop and provide information literacy training, tutorials, and instruction for faculty, staff, and students. Promotes information literacy skills’ inclusion in the curriculum and develops information literacy materials/resources to assist faculty. In addition, provides library instruction and reference services.

Qualifications: REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s degree in Library or Information Science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited university required. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Two years’ experience teaching information literacy/library instruction classes and providing reference services in an academic library; experience creating tutorials using technology such as Credo Courseware, Captivate, Camtasia, etc; experience conducting information literacy training for faculty and partnering with faculty to integrate Information Literacy (IL) into academic programs; knowledge of information literacy standards and best practices in instruction; experience with outcomes-based assessment, instructional design, and accessibility.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Please submit appropriate transcripts to: Spartanburg Community College, PO Box 4386, Spartanburg, SC 29305, or fax to (864) 592-4692. Interested applicants must apply online at https://www.sccsc.edu/jobs/. If assistance is needed, call (864)592-4706.

Salary: $46,667 - $53,333

Contact: If assistance is needed, call Human Resources at (864)592-4706.


 

Submission Date: 08/08/2018

Job Title: Bookkeeper/Outreach Coordinator

Job Description: I. PURPOSE / SUMMARY: Under the direction and general supervision of the County Library Director, the Bookkeeper/Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the overall accounting and bookkeeping of the Library accounts, and must be able to work closely with the Library Director and County Finance Department to ensure accurate, readily accessible documentation for all library procurement. The employee must also be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively plan, coordinate and implement programs and services for all age groups with minimal supervision. This position is classified as Non-Exempt for the purpose of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Employees are required to work up to 40 hours per week and have rotating hours every other weekend. II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Bookkeeping (approximately 16hrs per week) • Provide on-going accounting and bookkeeping support for the day-to-day business operations of the Library. • Work in excel spreadsheets, processing accounts receivable and payable, invoicing, inputting organizational and project budgets, and performing other bookkeeping duties. • Manage the ordering and distribution of the office and janitorial supplies, which includes maintaining the Library’s supply store • Work with auditor to collect relevant financial documents needed to ensure completion of the annual audit • Maintain budgets and accounting records for all funds & balances monthly bank statements • Prepare regular and special financial reports as needed by the administrative team or Library Board • Prepare monthly cash flow and cash summary reports • Record all financial activity, including receipts and disbursements, in accordance with Federal, & State regulations • Prepare purchase orders with assurance that they are within the budgetary spending parameters of the Library for the Director’s signature • Report on budget to actual operations in a timely and accurate manner • Performs and assist in clerical duties for the County Library Director. Outreach Coordinator (approximately 24hrs per week) • Serve the public in a courteous and helpful manner • Cooperate as a team member to fulfill the Library’s Mission Statement • Provide assistance with Circulation services at the front desk and on the bookmobile • Identify community needs. Establish relationships with various community organizations/leaders, and work to provide library services that meet those needs • Coordinate early literacy activities with Marlboro County School District • In conjunction with Library Director, create an outreach schedule for staff to carry out bookmobile services • Be familiar with and incorporate new technologies in educational services and programming throughout the community for all age groups • Assists with supervising staff in Director’s absence • Additional Examples of Work Performed: Participates in special projects, maintains records and statistics, and performs other duties as assigned III. SKILLS/EDUCATION/OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Bachelor’s Degree or higher; or four years of increasingly responsible experience in a public library or customer service related field. An equal combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered. • Ability to demonstrate progressively responsible supervisory experience (1-3 years) • Willingness to work a variable schedule, including rotating evenings and weekends as required. • Good driving record, Background, Drug Screening, and Credit Check required • Must provide three professional references IV. CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED: • Valid SC Driver’s License and good driving record V. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABLILITIES: • Must possess a reputation of honesty, integrity, and reliability • Ability to plan, organize, and direct a program or service targeting specific groups throughout the county • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, supervisors, and contacts throughout the community • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, employees and the general public • Possess the temperament and good judgment to effectively deal with the public and/or Library employees and volunteers, some of whom may be irate or unreasonable, both by phone and personal contact • Must have the desire and ability to serve the public and the Library staff with friendliness, tact, and diplomacy • Ability to organize and prioritize the duties of the position and efficiently complete the responsibilities of the job • Possess the physical and mental ability to work independently to the extent appropriate to the position with initiative and judgment • Ability to analyze and to creatively solve problems related to the position • Ability to learn general office, accounting and bookkeeping practices and procedures and computer programs relating to the same, specifically: Microsoft Office Professional Suite 2013 and Google Drive • Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of using new technologies in educational services • Thorough skill in the application of accounting principles to the development and maintenance of fiscal and accounting records • Ability to create and maintain spreadsheets to analyze and organize accounting and fiscal data for reports • Ability to evaluate, develop, and initiate revisions in established accounting systems, procedures, records and controls • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures and governmental regulations and rules • Ability to operate computer and library automation systems, telephone and other office equipment in a proficient manner • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing • Ability to interpret and implement policies and procedures VI. SUPERVISION: • Supervises staff in absence of Director VII. WORKING ENVIRONMENT: • The work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts which require normal safety precautions typical of office environments. The employee may interact with upset staff and/or members of the public. VIII. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • This job requires the ability to operate a bookmobile. While performing this job, the employee may be required to stand, walk, reach with hands or arms, climb or balance, stoop, dance, sing, talk and hear. Must possess the vision required to read printed materials, a computer screen, and to drive. The employee in this position may be required to lift and/or carry items and materials generally not exceeding 40 pounds. Must possess the ability to hear and speak with the public both in person and over the telephone. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. OTHER COMMENTS: • None DISCLAIMER: This job description indicates the general nature and level of work expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of the incumbent. The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required and the responsibilities of the position may change.

Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree or higher; or four years of increasingly responsible experience in a public library or customer service related field. An equal combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered. • Ability to demonstrate progressively responsible supervisory experience (1-3 years) • Willingness to work a variable schedule, including rotating evenings and weekends as required. • Good driving record, Background, Drug Screening, and Credit Check required • Must provide three professional references

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Download County application from http://www.marlborocounty.sc.gov/employment/Pages/default.aspx. Mail to: Marlboro County Library, Attn: Library Director, 203 Fayetteville Avenue, Bennettsville, SC 29512 OR email to [email protected]. Please attach three professional references, all transcripts, and a letter of interest referencing the Bookkeeper/Outreach Coordinator position.

Salary: n/a

Contact: [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 08/07/2018

Job Title: Youth Services Assistant

Job Description: FUNCTION: Under the direct supervision of the Youth Services Librarian, assist with programming and maintaining order in the youth areas. Must exercise independent judgement and be able to organize and complete work. The schedule is varied and can include day, evening and weekend hours depending on the youth services programming schedule. This position is 20 hours per week. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting and facilitating programming including: story time, special events, and summer reading for ages 0-18. Help prepare crafts for programs. Help plan and assist with quarterly visits to schools, specifically targeting middle and high schools to promote teen events and encourage increased teen use of the library. Create signs for programs and assist with displays in the children’s area. Upload children’s and teen events to social media and the library website. Assist with collection maintenance by shelving and straightening, and performing similar duties as required. Assist library patrons with information needs, especially in the children’s department. Maintain a presence in the children’s and teen area when not working in other areas. General clerical duties. Assist the circulation and reference departments and the ABBE Children’s Librarian. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of computer applications and Internet searching techniques, basic mathematical ability, ability to establish cordial relationships with the public and library staff members, and skill in written and oral communication. MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Requires at least 2 years of college credit or an Associate’s degree, or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Experience with computers required. Previous employment in a library is desirable. NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be physically able to push and pull a loaded book truck and move up to 30 pounds at a time.

Type: Part Time

How to Apply: RECRUITMENT PERIOD: Open Until Filled. APPLY: Aiken County Public Library, 314 Chesterfield Street, SW, Aiken, SC, 29801 Applications can be found at this link: http://www.abbe-lib.org/employment/

Salary: $10 per hour - 20 hours per week

Contact: Jessica Christian 803-642-2020 ext. 1111


 

Submission Date: 08/07/2018

Job Title: Librarian I

Job Description: Job Description – Librarian I – Youth Services Cayce- West Columbia Branch Plans, coordinates and implements library programs and Collection Development for the Youth Services Department. Provides technology and reference assistance to patrons. Advocates all library services, technologies, and programs to the community. Establishes partnerships and builds relationships with educational institutions and businesses within the community. Serves on System Committees. • Plans, implements, and evaluates literacy and technology programs for ages birth through teen. Plans and implements workshops, group training, and one-on-one training for parents, teachers, daycare providers, home school parents, civic groups, and the public at large. Analyzes current levels of in-house and outreach programming services and patron demand to determine need for new programming types or changes in amounts or frequency of programming. Stays up to date on trends in programming (various literacies and STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics). • Evaluates and manages assigned collections. Reviews and selects materials for acquisition. Manages weeding and replacement of materials as needed. Collaborates with other librarians to determine budget appropriations. Evaluates donated materials for inclusion in the collection. Serves the library system by sitting on or chairing collection-focused committees. Evaluates Professional book reviews, statistics, and reports related to collection management in the selection and deselection of materials. Organizes materials in Youth Services department for optimal use. Selects and evaluates web resources. • Provides reference and Readers Advisory services to patrons including researching and answering questions in person, over the phone, online, and in writing. Expertly assists library patrons in using various resources and technology such as tablets, eReaders, computers, copiers, scanners, etc. Creates bibliographies and maintains and updates Youth Services files. Creates displays to promote resources. • Promotes the library and its services and programs to the public. Makes media and public appearances. Assists in the maintenance of the library’s website. Leads group tours of the library and represents the library to meetings of civic groups, schools, and other community organizations and events. Attends county and community meetings as appropriate. • Participates in System Collection Development and program Committees. Maintains records and statistical data including programming, patron references, and collection data. Prepares and processes reports based on that data and provides analysis and action points. Suggests policy and procedure changes to services • Serves as Manager on Duty for the branch. Assigns tasks to other staff members as needed. Coaches and mentors subordinates and colleagues. Interviews, trains, and supervises volunteers and interns. Assists in the training processes for other employees. Coordinates ordering of necessary supplies and equipment for department. Serves the library on professional committees. Performs other similar duties as required. *Evening and weekend work including Sundays is

Qualifications: Evening and weekend work including Sundays is required. Requires public speaking. Serves as Manager on Duty as needed. Equivalent Education, Training and Experience: ALA accredited MLIS/MLS Preferred Experience: 3-5 years of professional library experience or similar experience.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: www.lex-co.sc.gov

Salary: $39,246 annually

Contact: Michelle Williams at [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 08/06/2018

Job Title: Library Program Outreach Manager

Job Description: An employee in this position will provide assistance with grant administration, data collection, program implementation, staff development and community outreach for the Lincoln County Public Library. Will assist in developing a plan for extending library services into the community; defines target areas and identifies underserved populations through demographics, available planning documents and statistics; helps to improve library awareness throughout the community; works closely with library administration to develop implementation plans and methods for outreach initiatives; evaluates effectiveness of outreach activities, assists in developing and communicating library awareness plan, library’s purpose and its value to the community and staff; develops community partnerships; visits agencies to assess partnership/relationship potential; manages inventory and coordinates scheduling of shared programming resources; documents, maintains communication and evaluates community partnerships; coordinates library’s participation in large community events; writes and oversees implementation of grants to improve, expand or study outreach and library awareness capabilities; develops presentations, online tools, training and programs for library staff and community groups to promote library services and resources; works closely with branch managers to ensure that staff have needed skills; helps design and develop promotional materials to enhance library awareness using print and multimedia tools; coordinates the creation of and/or creates brochures and online guides for library; works closely with IT and appropriate library staff to collate and ensure accuracy of statistics and measured data; assists the library director in preparing reports; assists in training, supervising and evaluating personnel; serves as a member of the library’s leadership team. Includes evening and weekend responsibilities.

Qualifications: o Knowledge of the principles and practices of modern library operations o Knowledge of integrated library systems and digital resources o Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, multimedia applications, social media and mobile technology o In-depth knowledge of reference procedures; working knowledge of circulation procedures o Ability to coordinate and manage work of others o Ability to work independently with minimal supervision o Ability to analyze problems and to recommend practical solutions o Ability to actively engage individuals and community organizations and to foster effective relationships o Ability to demonstrate the use of library technology and resources o Dynamic presentation skills are essential o Considerable knowledge of current materials, literature and trends, technology and developments in periodicals, newspapers and electronic services o Ability to plan and provide effective services and programs o Effective oral and written communication skills are critical o Ability to assist with creation of promotional materials in print and multimedia formats o Ability to collate data and prepare reports o Ability to lift and push moderate weight (e.g. 50 pounds of books or other materials and supplies) o Ability to travel to community organizations as needed MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Master’s in Library Science Degree from an ALA accredited university. Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the work of subordinate positions to be able to answer questions and resolve problems, usually associated with one to three years’ experience or service in management. Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of North Carolina. Safe driving record.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Applications accepted online July 30, 2018 through August 30, 2018: http://www.co.lincoln.nc.us/jobs.aspx

Salary: $43,243 - $65,728

Contact: Lincoln County Human Resources 704-736-8493


 

Submission Date: 08/06/2018

Job Title: Branch Library Supervisor

Job Description: An employee in this position performs supervisory, administrative, and customer service duties in support of the Library system operations. May supervise the operations of the main Library, a large branch, or a department within the Library system. Trains, schedules, assigns, directs, and supervises personnel; assists Director in evaluating and disciplining personnel. Ensures the patrons and staff comply with Library policies and procedures. Assists patrons at the circulation desk; checks materials in and out; renews materials; places items on reserve, issues new Library cards; receives money for fines; registers patrons for internet use and schedules sessions; answers phones; assists patron with locating materials and with public access computers; answers questions. Shelves materials; reads and straightens shelves; shifts and rearranges materials as needed. Assists the Director in the selection, weeding, and de-selection of materials in branch location or in an assigned department. Performs opening and closing procedures. Balances money drawer and prepares report. Maintains supply inventory. Oversees maintenance of assigned facilities. Resolves problems involving disputed fines; makes decisions concerning damaged items; handles or directs concerns or complaints. Processes donations; assists with book selection. Oversees the development and implementation of children’s programming, including weekly story time, special school programs, group tours; prepares and promotes summer reading program. Plans and oversees special programs that instruct, educate and entertain the residents of Lincoln County. Assists Library Director in obtaining, implementing, and evaluating private and public grants. Attends meetings; prepares reports. Serve as supervisor on duty for nights and weekends.

Qualifications: Requires knowledge of Library principles, methods, and practices; knowledge of computers and modern office equipment; knowledge of word processing, the internet, online databases, electronic spreadsheet management, and integrated Library software. Skill in decision making. Skill in management and supervision. Skill in compiling information and preparing reports. Skill in organizing electronic and paper filing systems. Skill in operating such office equipment as a typewriter, calculator, copier, and facsimile machine. Skill in interpersonal relations. Skill in oral and written communication. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s in Library Science Degree from an ALA accredited university preferred. Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the work of subordinate positions to be able to answer questions and resolve problems, usually associated with one to three years’ experience or service. Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of North Carolina. Safe driving record.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Applications accepted online July 30, 2018 through August 30, 2018: www.co.lincoln.nc.us/jobs.aspx

Salary: $37,356 - $56,784

Contact: Lincoln County Human Resources 704-736-8493


 

Submission Date: 08/05/2018

Job Title: Instruction Librarian

Job Description: FACULTY POSITION INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN Gardner-Webb University seeks a creative, service-oriented, self-motivated librarian to collaborate with other librarians and teaching faculty. Reporting to the Associate Dean of the Library, the Instruction Librarian provides face-to-face and online information literacy instruction for Gardner-Webb University students, faculty, and staff. This includes instruction for UNIV 111 Freshman Seminar, ENGL 102 Writing Composition, upper level seminar courses, and LIB 301, a one-credit hour online information literacy course. Provides reference services during scheduled reference desk and chat hours. Serves as a liaison to one or more professional schools or departments. This is a 12-month, non-tenure position.

Qualifications: Required Qualifications • Master’s degree in Library and Information Science (or equivalent) from an ALA-accredited program. • Adaptable to changes in the work environment, including flexible coordination and prioritization of projects and duties • Knowledge and application of emerging trends and best practices in IL instruction • Ability to work collaboratively with Library, campus, and community members. • Ability to produce clear written documents for a wide variety of audiences. • Ability to speak persuasively and confidently to various sizes of diverse audiences and to listen and respond to patron needs in a manner that shows sensitivity, tact, and professionalism. • Ability to manage data, documents, and other information locally and via online networks (Google Drive, OneDrive, and Blackboard). Preferred Qualifications • Two or more years instruction experience in an academic library. • Knowledge of Health Sciences and/or Natural Sciences • Experience with basic video creation and editing (example – Camtasia) • Experience with reference chat services Responsibilities: • Serve as a member of the Instruction Team, assisting in the development of instructional content, research guides, and audio/visual content (LibGuides, Infographics, and Instructional Videos) • Serve as a member of the Reference Team, providing proactive, user-centered reference both face-to-face and virtually (reference desk, chat, phone). • Contribute to short-term and long-term planning for the library with other library faculty. • Serve as a voting, non-classroom faculty member at the University, holding faculty membership of academic and special committees. • Engage in a professional learning community with fellow librarians to ensure currency and relevance in our professional practice; including representation of the library at regional and national conference and meetings.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Candidates should send a letter of interest, current vita, official college transcripts, and contact information for three references to: Dr. Pam Dennis Dean of the Library P.O. Box 826 Boiling Springs, NC 28017 Electronic submissions should be sent to [email protected]

Salary:

Contact: Dr. Pam Dennis Dean of the Library P.O. Box 826 Boiling Springs, NC 28017 Electronic submissions should be sent to [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 08/01/2018

Job Title: Programs and Outreach Coordinator - Library Specialist

Job Description: Library Specialist is an advanced level public service staff position. This employee has decision-making responsibilities for routine matters and works under the supervision of the Assistant Director, who provides limited direct supervision on a day-to-day basis. Primary Responsibilities: · Serves as a representative and liaison of the library while at work and out in the community · Coordinates and executes community outreach efforts for programs and services, including providing programs for children, teens and adults · Evaluates programs and maintains metrics of success · Maintains a programming budget, including detailed records of expenses, and provides statistical reports to immediate supervisor · Maintains and grows library services across the county · Drives library vehicle as necessary for outreach events and programs · Assists with grant writing and special projects · Provides circulation and reference assistance to patrons, including: o Checks materials in and out and register patrons for a Library card o Assists library users in locating appropriate materials, including using the catalog effectively o Assists patrons in the use of library equipment, including computers and other technology o Handles financial transactions · Helps with staff training and development · Coordinates selection of library materials for specified collection areas · Attends professional meetings, workshops, and classes · Other duties as needed or assigned by supervisor or Library Director · Library Specialist may need to substitute for absent library employees as required

Qualifications: Important Qualifications: · Two – five years customer service experience · Maintains an excellent public service attitude and creates a positive image of the library · Ability to use technology easily and effectively · Associate’s Degree required · Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license · Able and willing to travel and to work evenings and weekends · Ability to deliver programs for audiences of all sizes · Ability to lift, carry and/or move up to 25 pounds, stand for extended periods of time, and reach, bend and stoop · Prior experience providing programs or instruction preferred · Previous grant writing and project planning experience preferred

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Applications are available at http://www.unionlibrary.org/employment. Interested applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, 3 references, and a Union County Library System Employment Application to [email protected]. Position is open until filled.

Salary: Hiring Range: $27,300 - $31,200, plus benefits


Submission Date: 07/31/2018

Job Title: Grants Administrator

Job Description: Nature of Work: The Grants Administrator coordinates all aspects of the subgrant program for public libraries issuing from the federal Library Service and Technology Act (LSTA) grant program, and serves as the Agency’s contact point for all general questions and communication regarding LSTA activities. Examples of Work: • Coordinates and promotes LSTA program subgrants for public libraries. • Assists LSTA subgrant applicants with guidance and training in various formats for preparing grant requests and complying with grant requirements. • Reviews LSTA funding recommendations and implements fiscal procedures consistent with the regulations and goals of the grant program. • Serves as liaison between funding agencies and State Library administrators; serves as point of information for Agency staff regarding all aspects of LSTA or other granting agency (except higher-level budget discussion and decisions). • Informs and trains library personnel statewide as needed in order to promote LSTA funding opportunities and make it possible for libraries to compete successfully for funding. • Oversees the subgrant selection and award process with attention to LSTA and State goals and priorities; monitors the distribution of subgrants and reimbursements to grantees; reports and evaluates the use of grant funds. • Maintains files and records; monitors and improves subgrant documents, guidelines and procedures, and website/libguide content for the information of grant applicants. • Occasionally performs similar tasks with small grant programs based on other funding streams. • Works with the Library Development Director to develop the LSTA Five Year Plan evaluation and planning process.

Qualifications: Minimum Education and Additional Qualifications: • A bachelor's degree and grants administration experience. • Excellent writing, math and interpersonal skills. • Knowledgeable about public library issues and the status of libraries in South Carolina. • Able and willing to maintain an orderly, well-documented, responsive and schedule-conscious grants operation. • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with grant recipients and with federal, state and local agencies. Preferred Qualifications: • Masters’ degree from an ALA accredited college or university in library science, finance, business or a related field. • Knowledge of the principles and procedures involved in obtaining grant funds from various federal, state and local sources. • Knowledge of the principles and practices of public and business administration. • Knowledge of government accounting and budgeting practices. • Prior experience with LSTA program grants in a public library setting preferred.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: How to Apply: Find a full position description and instructions for applying on the South Carolina State Library Jobs List: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/jobs/grants-administrator-0

Salary: Hiring Range: $39,960 - $46,000

Contact: Company Info: South Carolina State Library 1500 Senate Street Columbia, SC 29201 Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov


 

Submission Date: 07/30/2018

Job Title: Lower Richland Library Manager

Job Description: Richland Library will be opening a new library in the Lower Richland neighborhood in 2019, providing customers with books and AV materials, holds pickup, computer access, and tailored programs for children, teens and adults. Located at 9019 Garners Ferry Road, Hopkins, the renovated and reconfigured storefront location will transform into a vibrant library where Lower Richland residents and others can learn, create and share. The manager of this location will start by working at other branches throughout the system, attending construction meetings, and making connections in the community up to opening day. The individual we are looking for is a very good communicator who understands the importance of keeping all staff on the same page, and of leading them in effectively modeling enthusiasm and commitment to the Library’s mission, values, and strategic plan. Strong technical, organizational, and problem solving skills are vital. Here are some of the things you would be doing if hired for this outstanding career opportunity: * Acting as the leader of the branch: providing the best possible example and model of excellence, both on the floor and behind-the-scenes. * Coaching, mentoring, guiding, and effectively supervising staff honestly, directly, and consistently to achieve new levels of excellence. Engaging and managing staff, including initiating and implementing plans for employee development. * Demonstrating excellent communication skills with staff, customers, community partners, and Richland Library leadership. Training and developing staff in areas such as exceptional customer experiences, product knowledge, collection management, and visual merchandising. * Recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and retaining a diverse and talented group of staff and volunteers. * Collaborating with other team members to develop and conduct programming that best serves the branch’s specific community. * Exploring and cultivating community partnerships; participating in local organizations, community events; acting as a Library liaison to the community. * Overseeing library operations to ensure customer experience standards; delivering an organized schedule and effective staffing. Resolving complex circulation problems successfully; interpreting and communicating library policies and procedures to customers and staff. * Planning, developing, and conducting programs for and with community groups. * Evaluating and analyzing the branch collection as part of an orderly collection development process; maintaining current collection based on customer needs. * Analyzing library statistics and budget preparation; identifying new strategies for maximizing results, and reporting this information to staff and upper management. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a highly relevant field and a minimum of 2 years of documented relevant work experience, including work that would demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities (for example, library, hospitality or customer service management). ALA accredited MLIS degree is preferred but not required (with MLIS degree the experience requirement may be reduced). Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * Valid driver’s license with safe driving record. * Ability to perform duties of job.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications are being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website. Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.

Salary: $1,917.75 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 07/30/2018

Job Title: Business and Careers Librarian

Job Description: Richland Library is seeking a library professional who is energetic, outgoing, and possesses a positive attitude to help others pursue their career and/or small business goals at the Business and Careers Department at Main. At Richland Library Business and Careers you will join a team of highly qualified professionals who make a difference in people’s lives, whether they are seeking help in their job search, looking into advancing their careers, or just utilizing or learning about the wide range of resources available at the library. The following are among the various duties you may be performing in this position: * Answering reference questions for customers in the library as well as remotely, utilizing print and online resources in the Business and Careers and the Research and Reader’s Advisory departments, as well as all related departments (Walker Local and Family History Center). * Providing assistance for customers’ career and workforce skills development via the Library’s Business and Careers and Research and Readers’ Advisory departments and other library resources; including resume preparation, interview practice and online job application. * Assisting with the scheduling of customer Career Coaching Appointments. * Providing support services for students enrolled in Career Online High School (COHS). * Assisting with training of professional and non-professional staff. * Providing readers advisory services and bibliographic instruction. * Assisting other related departments managers in planning for and operation of the departments. * Compiling subject listings and usage guidelines for print and non-print sources. * Communicating and interpreting general library policies and procedures to customers. * Assisting with planning, developing materials for, and conducting computer, library research, small business and career skills classes. * Serving on departmental and library-wise committees. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * ALA accredited MLS degree. Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * Specialized subject knowledge or skills developed through education and/or work experience, where appropriate. In this position, such skills may include current technology such as videoconferencing, text messaging, blogging, social networking, and MS Office Products. * Valid driver’s license and safe driving record.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website. Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.

Salary: $1,552.50 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 07/30/2018

Job Title: Richland Library St. Andrews Librarian

Job Description: Richland Library St. Andrews serves northwest Richland County and is located just 7 miles from downtown Columbia. The library is located on Broad River Road and is one of 4 library locations offering Sunday hours. This library location is near Columbia High School, St. Andrews Middle School, and Pine Grove, Sandel, HB Rhame, and Seven Oaks Elementary Schools. Many of the library’s customers use the library for access to technology and Wi-Fi. Do you have an MLIS degree and are passionate about providing programs and services for our Library customers, especially for children and families? Do you love empowering lives and building community by bringing people, information and ideas together? Are you ready to carry out our vision to enhance the quality of life for our community, and to fulfill our mission to help customer learn, create and share? The following are among the various duties you may be performing in this position: * Serving as a member of the branch’s leadership and management team, including actively supervising branch staff and leading teams effectively and judiciously. * Assisting the St. Andrews Manager in managing employee performance for success, and with aspects of interviewing, hiring, and training of new staff and volunteers. * Acting as the primary liaison for a targeted audience, and providing specialized services specific to that audience. * Demonstrating ability to learn quickly and easily apply new skills and knowledge, including procedures and especially technology. * Planning and conducting programs and trainings such as storytimes, book groups, computer trainings, etc. * Coordinating, training, and supervising staff conducting programs. * Answering directional and informational questions about the Library, including its services, materials, programs, and initiatives. * Performing other associated duties as required or assigned. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * ALA accredited MLIS degree. Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * Specialized subject knowledge and skills developed through work experience where appropriate. * Valid driver’s license and safe driving record. * Ability to perform job functions.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website.

Salary: $1,552.50 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 07/30/2018

Job Title: Outreach Specialist (Youth Services)

Job Description: Richland Library is seeking a passionate and service-minded individual to join the Community Outreach staff. This individual engages well with others and is passionate about bringing the library to new audiences. He/She is a team player and enjoys working in a fast paced environment. The ideal candidate has strong technical skills and attention to detail. Under guidance of the Childhood Education Coordinator, the Outreach Specialist (Youth Services) assists with development, coordination, and implementation of programs and services targeting underserved segments of Richland County; crafts and facilitates new programs based on community needs and interests; supports a variety of existing Outreach initiatives; and delivers services to a target audience of children and families. If you are interested in embracing this outstanding opportunity to grow and contribute, the Richland Library encourages you to apply! Here are some of the things you would be doing if serving in this position: * Facilitates literacy and learning programs and activities for a wide range of audiences – from storytelling and book-sharing to technology and digital literacy programs. * Assists with a variety of workshops and trainings for parents, caregivers, teachers, and other community members. * Introduces the library to diverse groups of Richland County residents who have yet to discover or access library services, including traditional services as well as emerging services such as technology and digital based instruction. * Represents the library at community events, festivals and other gatherings. * Supports library staff throughout the system in conducting outreach programs and representing the library in the community. * Assists with supervising the work of Outreach volunteers. * Participates in developing, maintaining, promoting and distributing a collection of material for children and young adults. * Assists with the planning and implementation of outreach-related learning opportunities for library staff. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * Bachelor’s degree or above from accredited university, with major in an area relevant to community engagement and outreach to underserved populations; two years college plus at least eight years of relevant work experience may be considered in lieu of the bachelor’s degree. Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * At least one year of relevant work experience. * Knowledge of community. * Valid driver’s license with safe driving record. * Ability to perform job functions. * Satisfactory completion of background check via SC. DSS and S.C. SLED.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website.

Salary: $1,171.50 biweekly salary, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 07/30/2018

Job Title: University Archivist

Job Description: Clemson University Libraries seeks an innovative, collaborative, and service-oriented University Archivist. The archivist will provide leadership and expertise in archives and records administration, access to university records and archives in all formats, and instructional activities and research support. The University Archives serves as the official “institutional memory” of the university, providing long-term preservation and access to the collection documenting its development and history. The University Archives is part of the Special Collections and Archives Unit that is distinguished for its strong collections in agriculture, textile history, and South Carolina politics. Library faculty are members of the academic community, with responsibilities in the areas of librarianship, scholarship, and service. This is a 12-month tenure-track position accountable to the Head of Special Collections and Archives. Responsibilities include: University Archivist • Identifies historical administrative and academic content to enhance the collections of the University Archives • Participates in university records management by working with units and departments on scheduling and preservation of their records • Takes a strategic and creative approach to collecting contemporary content, building on a strong foundation that includes records reflecting diverse perspectives of campus life • Prioritizes and manages the processing and description of University collections and resources in all formats • Employs tools and techniques, such as oral history interviews, to fill gaps in the official institutional record • Fosters interest about Clemson University’s history through the development of digital resources, programming, and presentations • Promotes the interpretation and understanding of the university’s history through reference, research, publication, and instruction • Engages in professional development such as attending conferences, workshops, and webinars related to job functions Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities • Develops a focused program of high quality research and creative accomplishments, consistent with professional responsibilities and the Libraries’ mission and goals Service • Actively participates and demonstrates leadership in professional responsibilities that serve the Libraries, University, profession, and community The University: Clemson University is a major, land-grant, science and engineering-oriented research university in a college-town setting along a dynamic Southeastern corridor. Ranked as one of America’s Top 25 Public Universities by U.S. News & World Report, Clemson is an inclusive, student-centered community characterized by high academic standards, a culture of collaboration, school spirit, and a competitive drive to excel. Centrally located in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Clemson is in one of the fastest-growing areas of South Carolina, and a two-hour drive to Charlotte and Atlanta. The Libraries: The libraries on Clemson’s main campus are the R.M. Cooper Library, the Gunnin Architecture Library, the Education Media Center, and Special Collections and Archives. Other facilities include the Clemson Design Center Library in Charleston and the Library Depot in Anderson, which houses high-density storage, records management, the digitization lab, and technical services. The libraries employ 28 faculty, 62 staff, and over 70 students. Clemson Libraries is a member of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL), Lyrasis, and the ACRL Diversity Alliance, and actively participates with other South Carolina institutions through the statewide consortium, PASCAL. For additional information about Clemson Libraries, visit our website at https://libraries.clemson.edu/about-the-libraries/

Qualifications: Required Qualifications/Experience: • ALA-accredited graduate degree in librarianship, SAA-accredited graduate degree in archives administration, or a relevant, accredited graduate degree in another scholarly field (e.g., history) as deemed appropriate by the Libraries • Two years’ experience in some aspect of archives, special collections, or records repository • Demonstrated experience processing archival collections and creating finding aids • Demonstrated experience using archival collection management software • Demonstrated experience working with archival collections, research, and outreach in a digital environment • Knowledge of current trends and developments in archives and records management • Demonstrated ability to work with researchers, donors, alumni, and other constituencies • Demonstrated excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills • Demonstrated initiative, self-direction, and a commitment to innovation, creativity, and excellence • Ability to work effectively in a diverse team environment and individually, to balance priorities, and to set and meet deadlines • Ability to lift 40 lbs. and meet other physical demands of the position Preferred Qualifications/Experience: • Experience in an academic or research library • Demonstrated experience with ArchivesSpace • Knowledge of current trends in administrating college and university archives • Membership in the Institute of Certified Records Managers • Training or supervisory experience.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Application Process: Applicants should electronically submit all applications and related materials via Interfolio: https://apply.interfolio.com/52684. Required materials include a cover letter, professional curriculum vitae, and contact information for three (3) professional references. Review of materials will begin immediately. Applications received by August 24, 2018 will be guaranteed consideration.

Salary: Salary and Benefits: Faculty rank and competitive salary based on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience. Various medical plans, dental plans, and retirement plans available. 18 days annual leave, 15 days sick leave, 13 paid holidays, and liberal professional development leave are provided. Library faculty receive an individual stipend for travel or other professional development activity.

Contact: Camille Cooper - [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 07/30/2018

Job Title: Assistant Librarian for Instruction & Reference Services

Job Description: Position available January 2019. The Assistant Librarian for Instruction & Reference Services plans, coordinates, and delivers formal library instruction across all academic disciplines; provides impromptu face-to-face, phone, and virtual reference services for College students, faculty, and staff; and assists with collection development for both print and electronic resources. This position is responsible for operations and security of the library during evening and Sunday hours. This position is also responsible for day to day maintenance of the library webpage, creation of online instructional tools, and assist sin maintaining monthly/annual statistics for reporting. Full job description can be found at: https://www.smcsc.edu/jobs/assistant-librarian-for-instruction-reference-services/

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited program.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Interested persons must send a letter of application, resume and a list of three references, or the SMC Application, to: Director of Human Resources Spartanburg Methodist College 1000 Powell Mill Road, Spartanburg, SC 29301. Application materials may also be submitted electronically to [email protected].

Salary:

Contact: Jenny Dunn, Director of Human Resources [email protected]


Submission Date: 07/26/2018

Job Title: Statewide Program Coordinator

Job Description: Nature of Work: The South Carolina State Library seeks a creative, detail-oriented person to work as a member of a small team that coordinates educational programs, special events, and needs-based services for library professional audiences and other defined community segments. The Statewide Program Coordinator cooperatively initiates, plans, designs, executes, monitors, controls, and evaluates funded projects that have a statewide reach. Based on the goals and strategic directions of the State Library as implemented within the Statewide Development division, the Coordinator moves ideas to fully implemented programs or projects, incorporating public relations, presentation, and first-level budget management. Externally, the Coordinator works directly with public libraries and other agencies to implement some projects, and internally across departments for others. This position reports to the Director of Library Development who sets direction and oversees the team’s expenditures. Examples of Work: • Researches and recommends statewide programs for specific audiences • Identifies trends for adoption in local library communities • Pursues opportunities originating with community partners • Investigates new and innovative services with the overall aim of meeting specific needs or remedying specific deficiencies • Programs may include: • Demonstrations of new technologies that build 21st Century skills for the State’s youth (i.e. virtual reality, maker environments, and coding) • Literacy and Family Literacy programs • Reading and book-related programs of all kinds • Learning events that build specific skills for library workers and SC residents • Represents the State Library at meetings, conferences, coalitions, panels, and committees in the community to maintain awareness of trends and new directions, and to seek and strengthen partnerships and program opportunities. Additional Comments: The State Library actively promotes professional development and learning opportunities for staff. Work takes place in an office environment. Overnight travel is not expected for this position, however may be occasionally necessary. Some local travel is expected.

Qualifications: Minimum Education and Work Experience: • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Library Science, Education, English, Communications, or related field. • Three (3) to Five (5) years relevant experience with a least two (2) years in project management or events coordination, preferably in a library. Minimum Requirements: • Must possess a basic level of knowledge about public libraries and their role in local communities, and the activities and programs typically organized for library audiences. • Able and willing to travel and to work occasional evenings and weekends. • Ability to analyze or develop a project plan and design and deliver programs for audiences of all sizes. • Ability to gather, organize, and present oral and written information in a clear, concise, and accurate manner. • Good spelling and grammar skills. • Comfortable addressing an audience of any size. • Knowledge of basic techniques of photo, video, public relations, and social media. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal staff, outside organizations, and the general public. • Demonstrate enthusiasm and joy in the effort as well as commitment to high quality in the end product and good results for the end user. Preferred Qualifications: • Event planning • Grant implementation • Data Collection/Evaluation • Specialty software understanding (project and data tracking, calendaring, related applications)

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: How to Apply: Find a full position description and instructions for applying on the South Carolina State Library Jobs List: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/jobs/statewide-program-coordinator

Salary: Hiring Range: $32,838 - $45,000

Contact: Company Info: South Carolina State Library 1500 Senate Street Columbia, SC 29201 Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov


 

Submission Date: 07/20/2018

Job Title: Branch Librarian III

Job Description: Library - Batesburg - Leesville Branch. Manages a medium branch. Supervises, trains, and guides staff. Assists in Strategic Planning for the branch, including facilities management. Oversees the Collection Development for the branch. Advocates library services through programs, community partnerships, and as the liaison to the Friends of the Library. Guides and assists customers in the use of technology and reference services. Provides high level customer service duties related to circulation and customer accounts. • Manages all aspects of the branch. Ensures branch is staffed and operational for the public. Supervises staff including; scheduling, training, and evaluating. Coaches and mentors staff regarding personnel matters. Assesses unique circumstances and makes informed decisions concerning customer service and facilities management. Collects and maintains accurate records of fines and fees and makes bank deposits. Plans and budgets for office and household supplies. • Plans for the branch based on community needs and on the vision and the mission of the library. Recommends changes or additions to facilities, services, and staffing. Assists in formulation of library policy and procedures, and ensures they are implemented. • Manages the collection of materials for the branch. Develops internal branch collection budget based on allocations. Analyzes circulation statistics and trends in order to create a Collection Development Plan for the branch. Selects and deselects materials based on community analysis. • Advocates for the library by promoting services and programs to individuals, civic organizations, community agencies and educational institutions. Cultivates partnerships through communication and interaction. Develops and presents dynamic programs for the public within the branch and through outreach activities. Provides opportunities for all ages to strengthen economic development, job skills, literacy, and recreation to build lifelong learning skills. Collaborates with the Friends of the Library. • Provides reference and technology services for the public. Trains and assists the public in the use of the library equipment, print and online resources, and electronic devices, including instruction for downloading electronic materials. Prepares bibliographic tools to provide readers’ advisory for adults and youth. • Provides quality customer service following library policies and procedures to successfully fulfill the the needs and expectations of the public. Manages the day-to-day duties, such as the circulation of materials, customer account issues, and customer registrations. Generates and processes documents and reports relating to customer requests and internal operations. • Performs other similar duties as required. Preferred Experience: MLIS from an ALA accredited college or university; supplemented by 3-5 years of professional experience in public libraries, including supervisory and management experience. Combined with 5-10 years experience

Qualifications: Minimum Education: MLIS from an ALA accredited college or university; supplemented by 3-5 years of professional experience in public libraries, including supervisory and management experience. Minimum Qualification: Requires public speaking and the ability to lift, push, and pull up to 50 pounds. Schedule includes day, night, and weekend hours including Sundays.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: www.lex-co.sc.gov

Salary: $43,681- $45,865 DOQ

Contact: Michelle Williams


 

Submission Date: 07/19/2018

Job Title: Branch Manager - Lamar Branch

Job Description: The intent of this listing is to give a general indication of the level of difficulty and responsibility of this position. The Branch Manager is a dynamic, creative, innovative, outgoing, positive, and flexible individual who is a leader willing to meet and engage the residents of a diverse community, provide exceptional customer service, and create an outstanding library. Excellent communication skills, a passion for working with people, and a love of libraries and technology are essential. Job Summary The Branch Manager will manage all aspects of a library branch within the Darlington County Library System, including the supervision of all branch staff, and report to the Library Director. Essential Functions 1. Coordinate, supervise, and plan programs, collections, activities, and services of the branch. 2. Coordinate, manage and provide customer services, including: a. Promote library programs, services, and materials. b. Assist customers in selection and location of materials in all formats. c. Answer reference, directional and telephone inquiries. d. Handle customer service issues, complaints, and behavior problems. e. Prepare accident, customer incident, and other customer reports. f. Oversee and handle the receiving of fines/fees, checking in/out materials, and performing other desk duties as needed. 3. Handle the evaluation, selection, delivery, physical maintenance, and routing of all materials in all formats to meet customer needs. a. Oversee the borrowing, movement, and delivery of materials and information through interlibrary loan between branches and within the consortium. b. Identify donated materials for possible additions to collection, including the receipt and acknowledgment of donations to collection. c. Weed and dispose of library materials. d. Oversee the shifting of collections for more efficient work space. e. System-wide materials selection in specific assigned formats or areas as assigned. f. Review request/reserve/order files for problems with incoming requested materials. 4. Supervise, train, and evaluate branch staff. a. Work at circulation and/or reference desk as needed for schedule coverage. b. Substitute for the children’s specialist or other staff on nights or weekends (Saturday and Sunday) when need. c. Lead, interview, recommend for hire/dismissal, train, supervise, and evaluate library branch personnel. d. Coordinate and present system-wide staff training and development as directed. e. Oversee children’s program planning and outreach classes. 5. Participate in all library planning, policy and procedure, collection, program, and services meetings as directed. 6. Recommend, coordinate, enforce, and explain policies and procedures to staff and the customers. 7. Assure the maintenance of the branch library’s technology infrastructure, such Internet, staff and public computers, etc. 8. Assist in the development of a social media presence and promotional materials. 9. Assure the maintenance of the branch library’s facility. 10. Collect, maintain, and furnish information, statistics, and records on library collections, programs, services, activities, facilities, use, staff performance for all reports in the format required. 11. Interact, communicate, and work with various individuals and groups including the general public, staff, Library Director, other branch personnel, community groups, Friends of Library, etc. a. Serve as staff liaison between the Friends of the Library and the Director. b. Keep abreast of community events. c. Serve on community committees as needed. d. Share resources and information with community agencies. e. Assist in the development of a social media presence and promotional materials. 12. Attend and participate in planning, management, community, and professional meetings as required. 13. Work at least one night per week and rotate working weekends (Saturday and Sunday). 14. Prepare and submit orders for materials, supplies, etc. as required. 15. Coordinate the maintenance and security of the building and grounds. 16. Other duties as assigned or required by the Director.

Qualifications: Qualifications 1. Master’s degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited institution with at least two years of supervisory experience in a library or three years of experience in a library, OR 2. Bachelor’s degree with at least three years of supervisory experience in a library or at least five years of library experience, OR 3. Any combination of education and at least seven years of library experience and progressive responsibility. 4. Holds or is eligible for S.C. State Library Professional Certification or Provisional Professional Certification. 5. Possess a valid drivers’ license. 6. Has or can readily acquire knowledge of public library computerized circulation procedures and regulations (Polaris) 7. A criminal background check will be completed on selected applicant if a current one (less than 3 years old) is not on file. Requirements 1. Language, Communication, and Numerical Aptitudes a. Read and understand a variety of documents and reports. b. Prepare written documents and reports, using the proper format, punctuation, spelling, and grammar. c. Communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisor, other county employees, patrons, etc. with poise, voice control, and confidence. d. Knowledge and command of vocabulary and correct word choice for clear communication. e. Knowledge of social media platforms. f. Record and deliver information and to follow verbal and written instructions. g. Utilize mathematical formulas, add and subtract totals, multiply and divide, utilize decimals, and determine time and weight. 2. Physical Requirements a. Coordinate hands and eyes in utilizing office equipment and other objects in the library environment, in preparing and repairing books, operating projectors and laminating machines, etc. b. Operate a variety of automated office machines which may include but is not limited to computer, typewriter, copier, cash register, OPAC, receipt printer, etc. c. Ability to lift up to thirty-five pounds. Exert up to thirty-five pounds of force and/or to push, pull, or otherwise move loaded book trucks or other such objects. d. Requirements are in excess of sedentary work; position involves walking, standing, reaching, stooping, bending, climbing, balancing, etc. e. Maintain regular and reliable attendance. Work a flexible schedule that includes working evenings and weekends (Saturday and Sunday) as assigned. 3. Interpersonal Temperament a. Ability to deal effectively with people in a variety of circumstances, some of which can be stressful. b. Must be adaptable to performing with maturity and fairness when confronted with disagreements or criticism. c. Able to handle an emergency calmly and reassuringly. d. Must be flexible to multi-task to answer needs of several persons at once. 4. Additional Duties as Assigned a. The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by an individual working in this job. b. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Apply in the Darlington County Administrator's Office, 1 Public Square, Room 210 (Courthouse), Darlington, SC 29532 or obtain an application online at www.darcosc.com; then mail to above address or email to [email protected] NOTE: RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A COMPLETE APPLICATION AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER COMPLY WITH ALL FEDERAL AND STATE LAW AS THEY APPLY TO EMPLOYMENT

Salary: $33,000 - $35,000 negotiable w/State Benefits

Contact: Ginger Winburn, Human Resources Manager 1 Public Square, Room 209 Darlington, South Carolina, 29532 Phone: 843-944-8267 [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 07/19/2018

Job Title: Children's Librarian - Hartsville Branch

Job Description: Job Summary The Children’s Librarian will plan and implement the Darlington Branch’s programs and activities for children of all ages and their care-givers and coordinate the development, deployment, and maintenance of the children’s collections, and work with the other branches and our partners to deliver children’s programs and services. Perform a variety of related public library duties as assigned. Report to the Branch Manager. Essential Functions 1. Create, plan, and implement programs and activities for children of all ages and their care-givers on various topics, both in the Library and outside via outreach on location at schools, day cares, and Head Starts. a. Personally conduct/deliver programs and activities. b. Supervise all children’s program and children’s activity volunteers 2. Supervise the children’s services area of library and create an inviting environment to attract children and their caregivers. 3. Coordinate with the branches the development, deployment, and maintenance of the children’s collections, programs, and services. a. Plan and implement Summer Reading programs in conjunction with other Children’s Librarians and State Library staff. b. Cooperate with grant opportunities that are system-wide in application. 4. Develop the children’s collection of print and non-print materials. 5. Provide reference and reader’s advisory services. 6. Speak to organizations involved with children on topics of children’s literature, reading, and library materials and services. 7. Promote the use of library services and programs through news releases to local newspapers, radio and television stations, schools, etc. 8. Create visual displays and printed materials to promote library programs and services. 9. Create booklists and finding resources for children and care-givers to promote the use of library materials. Darlington County Government Page 2 of 4 Job Description – Children’s Librarian – July, 2018 10.Provide a balance of outreach programming for children with in-library children’s events and story hours. 11.Order supplies and materials needed for the implementation of children’s programs and activities. 12.Promote use of library collections, services, and programs to children and caregivers through: a. News releases to local newspapers, broadcast media, schools, etc. b. Social media, including Facebook, etc. c. Art, visual displays, video, audio, etc. d. Printed materials, such as booklists and finding guides. 13.Keep abreast of current developments in the field of children’s librarianship through professional organizations, attendance at meetings, etc. 14.Prepare various narrative and statistical reports to reflect the status and growth of children’s services. 15.Participate in and supervise the overall library operations on assigned evenings and weekends in rotation. 16.Coordinate and lead tours and activities for community agencies serving children. 17.Recommend policies and procedures regarding children’s services. 18.Assist in special projects as needed. 19.Perform other related duties as assigned or required by the Branch Manager and/or Director.

Qualifications: 1. Master’s degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited institution with at least two years of experience (preferably in children’s services) in a library, OR 2. Bachelor’s degree (preferably in education) with at least three years of experience (preferably in children’s services) in a library, OR 3. Any combination of education and at least five years of library experience (preferably in children’s services) and progressive responsibility. 4. Holds or is eligible for S.C. State Library Professional Certification or Provisional Professional Certification. 5. Possess a valid drivers’ license. 6. Has or can readily acquire knowledge of public library computerized circulation procedures and regulations (Polaris) 7. A criminal background check will be completed on selected applicant if a current one (less than 3 years old) is not on file. Requirements 1. Language, Communication, and Numerical Aptitudes a. Maintain confidentiality of customer and Library records. b. Interpret and apply laws, regulations, and policies. c. Read and understand a variety of documents and reports. Darlington County Government Page 3 of 4 Job Description – Children’s Librarian – July, 2018 d. Prepare written documents and reports, using the proper format, punctuation, spelling, and grammar. e. Communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisor, other county employees, patrons, etc. with poise, voice control, and confidence. f. Knowledge and command of vocabulary and correct word choice for clear communication. g. Knowledge of social media platforms. h. Follow verbal, written, and/or visual instructions. i. Utilize mathematical formulas, add and subtract totals, multiply and divide, utilize decimals, and determine time and weight. 2. Physical Requirements a. Coordinate hands and eyes in utilizing office equipment and other objects in the library environment, in preparing and repairing books, operating projectors and laminating machines, etc. b. Operate a variety of automated office machines which may include but is not limited to a computer, copier, cash register, OPAC, receipt printer, etc. c. Ability to lift up to thirty-five pounds. Exert up to thirty-five pounds of force and/or to push, pull, or otherwise move loaded book trucks or other such objects. d. Requirements are in excess of sedentary work; position involves walking, standing, reaching, stooping, bending, climbing, balancing, etc. e. Maintain regular and reliable attendance. Work a flexible schedule that includes working evenings and weekends (Saturday and Sunday) as assigned. 3. Interpersonal Temperament a. Ability to deal effectively with people in a variety of circumstances, some of which can be stressful. b. Must be adaptable to performing with maturity and fairness when confronted with disagreements or criticism. c. Able to handle an emergency calmly and reassuringly. d. Must be flexible and able to multi-task. 4. Additional Duties as Assigned a. The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by an individual working in this job. b. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Apply in the Darlington County Administrator's Office, 1 Public Square, Room 210 (Courthouse), Darlington, SC 29532 or obtain an application online at www.darcosc.com; then mail to above address or email to [email protected] RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A COMPLETE APPLICATION

Salary: Salary $26,000 - $31,000 negotiable w/State Benefits

Contact: Ginger Winburn, Human Resources Manager 1 Public Square, Room 209 Darlington, South Carolina, 29532 Phone: 843-944-8267 [email protected]


Submission Date: 07/19/2018

Job Title: Youth Services Librarian

Job Description: Full Time- The City of Myrtle Beach is seeking an experiences, energetic, team-oriented Youth Services Librarian committed to excellent customer service. A strong background in early literacy, passion for children’s and teen literature and understanding of childhood/adolescent development is required. The YSL will develop, implement and evaluate a wide range of services for infants through teens relevant to the community; conduct collection development and maintenance; plan and manage department budget, mentor youth services paraprofessionals, build collaborative partnerships and represent the library in the community. The YSL follows and implements the principles of professional library services to children, teen and their caregivers. Candidate MUST have an MLS/MLIS from an ALA accredited program AND at least three years of professional supervisory experience in library youth services. Must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a background check. Salary $46,628/yr plus benefits Deadline to apply July 25, 2018 @ 5:00p.m.

Qualifications: Candidate MUST have an MLS/MLIS from an ALA accredited program AND at least three years of professional supervisory experience in library youth services. Must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a background check.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Log onto www. cityofmyrtlebeach.com and click on CAREERS

Salary: 46,628-72,382/yr plus a generous benefits package


Submission Date: 07/18/2018

Job Title: Associate Director of Reese Library and Associate Professor

Job Description: The University Libraries at Augusta University are building a team of collaborative, forward-thinking colleagues dedicated to providing excellent services to students, faculty, and community. The primary focus of this non-tenure track faculty position is to serve as Associate Director of Reese Library, serving a primarily undergraduate campus of Augusta University. The successful candidate will be technologically sophisticated, committed to problem solving, collegial, and dedicated to building the university into a comprehensive research university. The position oversees management of the unit, supervising approximately 25 faculty and staff. Working under the supervision of the Director of University Libraries, the Associate Director of Reese Library will be a member of the Director’s Leadership Team that assumes responsibility for collaborative leadership, management, and decision making. The Reese Library Associate Director will play an active role in defining and implementing the strategic goals for advancing library programs and services in support of the university’s rapidly evolving research, education, and public service mission. Responsibilities Work with the Director of Libraries and other campus administrators, students, faculty, and staff to ensure the highest levels of professional library services and academic support. Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and engaged academic support employees. Support the library faculty in their teaching, research, and student learning objectives. Promote the use of library facilities and resources, recognizing that Reese Library exists within national, university, and local communities. Maintain a strong library assessment and evaluation environment and lead the library in strategic planning activities. Oversee the Reese Library budget, following Board of Regents and Augusta University standards. Seek out and apply for additional funding opportunities such as national grants. Serve the university on campus, regional, and national committees, including accreditation efforts. Participate in shared governance.

Qualifications: American Library Association (ALA)-accredited Master’s degree. Proven leadership skills. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Ability to manage and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive working relationships with University Libraries’ faculty and staff, as well as other University departments. Clear understanding of emerging technologies and their application into the services and administration of the library. Understanding of issues and trends within undergraduate higher education. Extensive experience with integrated library systems. 5 years post-MLIS progressively responsible experience. Note: The final candidate will be required to provide proof of completed academic degree in the form of a transcript. Highly Desirable: Advanced degree. Library instruction/reference experience. Knowledge of management of a Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP). Experience with Ex Libris Alma. Ability to analyze statistical reports and make evidence-based recommendations. Experience with policy development.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: In order to be formally considered for employment at Augusta University, applications must be submitted electronically at https://www.augusta.edu/hr/jobs/faculty/ and must include a letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, and names of three professional references.

Salary: Salary range is $75,000-$85,000 and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Contact: To update your CV or provide additional information after you have applied online, please scan and email this information to Ginny Durham at [email protected]. The subject line of your email should include the Job ID number and title of the position for which you applied.


 

Submission Date: 07/16/2018

Job Title: Community Engagement Manager

Job Description: Posting Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Application Deadline: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 Position: Community Engagement Manager, FT, Administration/Community Engagement, Hughes Main Library Salary: $55,607 per year, plus benefits Status: Regular Full-time, Exempt Available: August 2018 Location: Hughes Main Library, Greenville, South Carolina Schedule: Occasional weekend and evening work required FUNCTION Under the supervision of the Executive Director, is responsible for planning, executing and evaluating a comprehensive communications, marketing, community relations, and resource development program for the Library System. Ensures that multiple communication formats are effectively utilized to optimize accurate and timely information flow to staff and the public about the Library System’s activities and programs. Provides supervision and administrative oversight for the Adult Programming Coordinator, Communications Coordinator, Graphic/Web Design Supervisor and Volunteer Coordinator. Through inspiration and motivation, develops and sustains a consistent culture of excellence, service, and continuous improvement across the entire Library System. EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED These tasks are illustrative only; to carry out the day-to-day functions of the job, other duties may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or logical assignment to the position. Essential job functions designated with (E). Strategic Planning and Development: • Serves as a member of the Library System management team to formulate and implement organizational goals and objectives (E). • Develops and implements short term and long range marketing/communication plans including plan of organizational outreach to key constituencies (E). • Develops and executes a plan for effective digital communications including multiple platforms of social media (E). • Develops and executes ongoing program of internal communication for employees of the Library System (E). • Works with the Graphic/Web Design Supervisor and the Virtual Services Coordinator for strategic planning and utilization of web-based communications (E). • Maintains a sound understanding of the Library System’s operations and objectives in order to foresee programs for which grant funding could be sought and to recommend which grants to pursue (E). Media Relations: • Directs media relations strategies for the Library System including attention to media platforms serving diverse communities (E). • Consults with the Executive Director on official statements, strategies, and plans with regard to decisions and actions that may be covered by the local and national press (E). • Coordinates with the Executive Director to identify appropriate spokespersons for delivering the Library System’s message to internal and external publics (E). • Develops positive working relationships with media; maintains reports of media coverage (E). • Plans and directs media events (press briefings, branch-related activities, etc.) (E). Resource Development: • Develops, implements and manages resource development strategies that positively impact community support for the Library System (E). • Develops positive working relationships with donors, community leaders, non-profit organizations, citizen groups, local businesses and other agencies (E). • Initiates contact with outside agencies and institutions and determines feasibility and scope of cooperative ventures (E). • Develops sponsorship/donation materials and secures gifts for the Library System from a variety of sources including individuals, organizations, foundations, corporations, etc. (E). • Participates in and ensures continual and accurate maintenance of key community, corporate and donor contact databases. • Initiates and maintains files of donor correspondence. • Works with other library staff and community resources in grant preparation and implementation; reviews grants from staff prior to submission to Executive Director (E). • Prepares, and timely submits, thorough and compelling grant applications that demonstrate a clear strategy for use of a grant once it is awarded (E). • Ensures that all guidelines stipulated by the award of a grant are adhered to throughout the life of the grant (E). Administrative: • Provides training, direction and/or support for subordinates; reviews performance of subordinates and makes recommendations for improvement/growth as appropriate (E). • Recommends annual budgets for printing, promotional advertising, adult programming, volunteer programs, and donor recognition (E). • Attends meetings and functions as requested by the Executive Director (E). • Plans, coordinates and manages system-wide special events (E). • Handles sensitive and confidential matters (E). • Makes oral and written presentations (E). • Ensures that safe work methods are followed to prevent injury (E). • Performs tasks in accord with Library vision, mission and code of service (E). • Works a schedule that meets the needs of the unit (E). • Performs other associated or required duties as assigned.

Qualifications: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS/ABILITIES & CHARACTERISTICS (Testing of computer skills may be part of the interview process for this position.) Knowledge: • Knowledge of media relations regarding functions and roles of print and broadcast media and how best to work with them to achieve desired results. • Knowledge of the Internet and web-based communication. • Knowledge of oral, written, and visual communication techniques. • Knowledge of public opinion research techniques. • Knowledge of problem solving, leadership, and management techniques. • Knowledge of strategic planning techniques. • Thorough knowledge of marketing principles and techniques. • Thorough knowledge of public relations practices, principles, and ethics. • Knowledge of accepted philanthropic practices, principles, and ethics and how they apply in practice to the Library System. • Computer literate with knowledge of Windows operating system, MS Office, various Internet browsers, and email. Skills/Abilities: • Skilled in planning and executing public relations activities including media relations, copy writing, issues and crisis management, and community relations. • Ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize several highly critical tasks at once. • Ability to be productive and meet deadlines in a stressful, ever-changing environment filled with emergencies and crises that may arise. • Effective and proven skills in public speaking, group presentation, and media interviewing. • Skilled in writing, designing, and preparing publications. • Advanced level English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. • Skilled in planning, coordinating, and executing special events and meetings including fundraising campaigns. • Skilled in marketing. • Ability to formulate annual budgets and monitor expenditures. • Ability to communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing. • Ability to use good judgment and discretion in carrying out duties and responsibilities. • Ability to act with tact and diplomacy. • Ability to discern how to handle confidential/sensitive matters appropriately. • Ability to supervise and provide adequate instruction and direction to subordinates. • Ability to work as a team member to achieve outcomes. • Ability to build support and consensus and to establish and maintain effective relationships with library employees, community and business leaders and the media. • Ability to interpret and analyze technical and statistical information and reports. • Ability to assess complex issues and situations. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS • Use of personal vehicle with mileage reimbursement. • S.C. driver’s license. • Some weekend and evening work. MINIMUM TRAINING & EXPERIENCE • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism, public relations, or a related field. • Five years of experience in a marketing, public relations, or related position, including at least three years at a supervisory level. • Experience at the intermediate level using office software packages. • Experience in project coordination. • Experience in fundraising. • Other combinations of experience, education, and training that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Must have the ability to: • concentrate for long periods of time. • speak clearly and distinctly. • utilize a standard telephone system. • see and interpret all job-related materials. • operate library equipment as assigned. • occasionally lift, carry and/or move up to 25 pounds. • sit for long periods of time. • stand and walk for brief periods of time. • reach, bend, and stoop. • use hands to finger, handle, or feel.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Visit the Job Openings page on our website at www.greenvillelibrary.org to submit an online employment application and/or for additional information about our application process. Inquiries may be directed to Cindy Quinn at (864) 527-9232 or [email protected]. GCLS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. GCLS participates in E-Verify.

Salary: $55,607 per year, plus benefits

Contact: Cindy Quinn, Human Resources Specialist 864-527-9232 [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 07/11/2018

Job Title: Reference Services Coordinator / Learning Technologies Librarian

Job Description: Dacus Library seeks an innovative and engaged reference librarian to coordinate the daily operations of an active reference services program and to explore, evaluate, and implement new learning technologies in a rapidly changing academic environment. Reporting to the Head of Public Services, the Reference Services Coordinator / Learning Technologies Librarian will participate in reference rotation at the Information Commons Desk including night and weekend shifts, maintain the library’s reference collection, and teach in the Information Literacy Program. Major Responsibilities: - Develops and maintains the reference collection. - Coordinates daily reference services at Dacus Library. - Prepares the reference desk schedule and resolves emergency scheduling changes. - Works the majority of shifts at the Information Commons desk providing reference services in person, and electronically. - Troubleshoots issues related to patron off-campus access to electronic resources. - Oversees daily maintenance of the Information Commons equipment reporting unresolved issues to Library Technical Support. - Explores, evaluates, implements, maintains, and provides training for new learning technologies. - Participates in the library instruction program. - Creates finding aids and research guides. - Participates in collection development. - Compiles reports as required. - Other duties as assigned. Employment Conditions: A twelve-month, full-time non-tenure track appointment with faculty rank. Salary is competitive and dependent on academic qualifications. Work Environment: This position requires daily contact with students, faculty, and staff on campus. Additionally, the successful candidate will be required to have the ability to work with the outside community, other universities, and international schools/companies/partners. Position Availability: August 16, 2018

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and an ALA-Accredited MLS or MLIS degree. Some academic library experience preferred. Additional preferred qualification: Experience providing and managing reference services in an academic library. Strong experience with research databases and other research resources. Experience in planning and developing innovative library services. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Experience teaching library instruction in a classroom setting.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Apply online with the following link: https://apply.interfolio.com/51963 Please upload the following documents: - Cover Letter. - Resume or CV. - Name, job title, company, address, email, and phone number of three professional references. - Transcript (unofficial transcripts acceptable at this stage). Review of applicants will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled.


 

Submission Date: 07/10/2018

Job Title: Programs and Partnerships Coordinator

Job Description: Richland Library is seeking a service-minded individual who wants to help the library extend its reach into the community. The Programs and Partnerships Department is housed at Main and serves the community system-wide through its programs and special events within and beyond the Library! To serve in this position, candidate needs to be detail-oriented, a natural born leader; someone who has strong communication skills and is eager to strengthen library support system-wide in order to broaden the reach and impact of the Programs and Partnerships Department. Some of the exciting programs that you would be working on with the team, just to name a few are: “Augusta Baker’s Dozen: A Celebration of Stories,” “Summer Learning Challenge,” “Pigskin Poets.” The following are among the various duties you may be performing in this position: * Assisting the Programs and Partnerships Manager with the management of office calendars, scheduling of meetings, and overall communications of the department. * Providing administrative support for the department and other staff; writing department correspondence including letters, reports, newsletters, and statistical and other reports and similar materials. * Proofreading and editing documents, promotional materials, and other communications to ensure accuracy and promote effectiveness. * Communicating with individuals directly in a positive, professional, and effective manner; maintaining appropriate confidentiality in all areas. * Utilizing MUNIS financial software for the selection and ordering of office supplies and equipment and initiating requisitions as appropriate. * Assisting with planning, coordinating, and implementing activities for Summer Learning Challenge and other special events, including author events, system-wide events, and receptions; and with processing appropriate forms and paperwork. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * Two or more years of post high school education from an accredited college or university. Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * Preferred: one year clerical or other relevant work experience; equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. * Good computer and communication skills; and working knowledge of basic general accounting principles. * Preferred: proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; and familiarity with MUNIS. * Valid driver’s license and good driving record.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications are being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website. Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.

Salary: $1,446.75 biweekly salary, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 07/10/2018

Job Title: Branch Support Assistant

Job Description: Richland Library is seeking a skilled and highly motivated candidate to work as a Branch Support Assistant at Main. This position reports to the Director of Library Experience, Branches. In this important role, you will be interacting with internal and external customers system-wide. The role requires a creative and hardworking individual, who has excellent multitasking skills and is committed to delivering exemplary customer experiences. Excellent communication and technology skills are highly necessary in this position. The following are among the various duties you may be performing in this position: * Assisting the Director of Library Experience, Branches in carrying out the work of the Branch Support Dept. * Working with branch staff/supervisors to ensure that there is sufficient public service coverage for library branches at all times; arranging floater associates to cover staffing needs at all branches. * Performing public service duties as assigned, including circulation duties, assisting customers in the use of the library and working with customers and library materials. * Supervising and instructing employees or volunteers performing clerical duties. * Assisting in training staff in various areas, including use of MUNIS Employee Self Service (ESS). * Assisting in the procurement process, including use of requisition software (MUNIS) and general administrative duties in branches and in other areas of Branch Support * Sorting and distributing materials to departments and service points. * Deleting/adding new items to existing Polaris holdings. * Performing other associated duties as required. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * Bachelor’s degree (or two years college plus eight years of relevant work experience may be considered in lieu of the bachelor’s degree). Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * Strong Microsoft Office Suite knowledge. * Valid driver’s license and good driving record; must have transportation to various library locations as well as to branch support. * Ability to satisfactorily pass background checks (SC SLED and SC DSS).

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications are being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website. Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. You may attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.

Salary: $1,101.75 biweekly salary, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 07/06/2018

Job Title: Librarian I

Job Description: Posting Date: Thursday, July 5, 2018 Application Deadline: Thursday, July 19, 2018 Position: Librarian I (MLIS Degree Required), FT, Fountain Inn Branch Salary: $40,809 per year, plus benefits Status: Regular Full-time, Exempt Available: July 2018 Location: Kerry Ann Younts Culp Branch Library in Fountain Inn, South Carolina Schedule: Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 8:30a-5:00p; Wed. 1:00p-9:00p; and a rotation of every fourth Sat. 8:30a-6:00p. FUNCTION Employees in this position embody the Library’s code of service by creating an atmosphere where customers and coworkers feel invited, informed, impressed and inspired. They greet customers and coworkers with a welcoming smile, and they enthusiastically provide knowledgeable and meaningful assistance in the discovery and use of Library resources, services and technology. As the person in charge in the absence of the manager, maintains efficient operations by providing support and guidance to paraprofessional staff and volunteers. Work is performed under general supervision, in accord with the Library’s vision and mission, using good judgment in the application of policies and established procedures. EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED These tasks are illustrative only; to carry out the day-to-day functions of the job, other duties may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or logical assignment to the position. Essential job functions designated with (E). • Provides reference service to library patrons, staff and others (E). • Assists customers with identifying, locating and using Library materials. (E) • Assists customers with the use of computer equipment, Windows operating system, MS Office, various Internet browsers, email and the Library’s website; including the online catalog and databases. (E) • Provides general circulation services, including registering new borrowers, updating customer records, placing holds, checking out materials, etc. (E) • Uses the Library’s integrated library system (ILS) to process discharges, fill or clear holds, place or receive items in transit and maintain accurate status of items. (E) • Processes ILS reports to identify and retrieve items to fill hold requests and to return expired holds to the collection. (E) • Uses Library equipment proficiently and instructs and demonstrates use, including self-checkout stations, to customers as needed. (E) • Assists customers with current mobile device technology and assists them in downloading and/or accessing the Library’s online digital materials such as eBooks. (E) • Communicates and enforces the Library’s Code of Conduct and other policies, procedures and rules to customers. (E). • Opens and closes branch according to established procedures. (E) • Directs, assigns and coordinates duties of paraprofessional staff and volunteers, and provides coaching and training as needed. (E) • Reads book reviews and makes acquisition recommendations to supervisor. (E) • Reviews and studies professional literature to keep abreast of developments in library and information science. (E) • Assists in preparing work schedules and job assignments of lower level staff members. • Assists the Branch Manager in planning for changes and improvements in unit operations. • Attends meetings, training programs, workshops, etc. as requested by supervisor. (E) • Makes appropriate referrals to other Library units, agencies, etc., for information or materials not available at work location. (E) • Provides Readers’ Advisory services. (E) • Assists in various aspects of programming for young adults and/or adults, including planning, organizing, preparing materials, presenting and/or providing instruction. (E) • Promotes Library programs and assists customers in registering for them. (E) • Empties materials drops located inside and/or outside the Library. (E) • Assesses Library materials for needed repair or repackaging and identifies items for discard/replacement review. (E) • Collects and maintains appropriate records of fines and fees received. (E) • Accepts meeting space applications in compliance with policy and enters into calendar. If responsible for meeting space reservations, also approves applications and monitors calendar. (E) • Sorts Library materials and shelves them according to their established arrangement. (E) • Checks arrangement of shelved materials to assure they are in proper order. (E) • Assists in conducting inventory of Library collections. (E) • Moves and arranges Library materials under supervision. (E) • Assists in keeping the Library clean and neat and the facility and equipment in good repair; submits Helpdesk requests to resolve problems. (E) • Assists customers in submitting interlibrary loan requests. (E) • May process 14 day and leased books. • May conduct presentations, orientation sessions and tours for groups. • Monitors and stocks brochure display and publicity items. • Notifies appropriate coworker about low levels of supplies or, if assigned to monitor supplies, coordinates the ordering of supplies as needed. (E) • Engages customers by creating and maintaining displays that promote Library resources and services. • Participates in community events on behalf of the Library upon request. • Follows safe work methods to prevent injury. (E) • Performs other related duties as required.

Qualifications: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS/ABILITIES & CHARACTERISTICS (Testing of computer skills may be part of the interview process for this position.) Knowledge: • Knowledge of basic computer, mouse and keyboard use. • Knowledge of Windows operating system, MS Office, various Internet browsers and email. • Knowledge of business English, spelling and arithmetic. • Considerable knowledge of the functions of reference and readers’ advisory services, including the major fields of learning. • Some knowledge of publisher and dealer practices and methods. • Preferred: Knowledge of supervisory methods and techniques. Skills/Abilities: • Ability to operate and care for computers and their peripheral equipment, e.g. RFID pads, barcode readers, printers, etc. • Ability to learn the Library’s integrated system software, i.e. an automation system used to manage library processes. • Ability to demonstrate to customers the use of computer equipment, Windows operating system, MS Office, various Internet browsers, email and the Library’s website; including the online catalog and databases . • Ability to learn and demonstrate the use of current mobile device technology to assist customers in downloading and/or accessing the Library’s online digital materials such as eBooks. • Ability to communicate concepts, general information and task-related information in oral, written and electronic forms. • Ability to learn, implement and maintain complex filing systems including the Dewey Decimal System with a high level of accuracy. • Ability to maintain confidentiality of customer records, security related incidents and other identifiable customer uses of Library resources and services. • Ability to resolve conflicts, problems and complaints with tact and diplomacy. • Preferred: Bilingual – English/Spanish skills. • Preferred: Touch typing skills. Characteristics: • Works well in a team environment. • Enjoys working with people and possesses a strong commitment to customer service. • Enjoys working in a leadership role, providing instructions and directions to subordinates. • Establishes rapport with others in person and on the telephone, and maintains effective working relationships with customers and coworkers. • Works calmly and effectively in stressful situations and in a sometimes noisy and chaotic environment. • Follows established procedures and instructions received from supervisor. • Possesses strong organizational skills and is detail oriented. • Performs routine tasks efficiently and without difficulty. • Uses good judgment and discretion in carrying out duties and responsibilities. • Is receptive to feedback, willing to learn and embraces continuous improvement. • Takes ownership of work, does what is needed without being asked and follows through until task is resolved. • Arrives on time, works hours as scheduled and maintains a good attendance record. MINIMUM TRAINING & EXPERIENCE Required: • Master’s degree in Library Science from an A.L.A. accredited college or university • Coursework or experience emphasizing public library reference, readers’ advisory service and research • Certified or eligible for certification by the South Carolina State Library • Experience working with the public in a customer service position • Experience working in a library or formal learning environment Preferred: • Supervisory or leadership experience PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Must have the ability to: • concentrate for long periods of time • speak clearly and distinctly • hear and/or comprehend verbal communication o hear audible alarms and notifications • see and interpret all job-related materials • operate Library equipment as assigned • lift up to 25 pounds and push book carts weighing over 100 pounds • sit for long periods of time • stand for long periods of time • walk, bend and stoop • reach, grasp and use hands to finger, handle, or feel

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Visit the Job Openings page on our website at www.greenvillelibrary.org to submit an online employment application and/or for additional information about our application process. Inquiries may be directed to Cindy Quinn at (864) 527-9232 or [email protected]. Current employees must also complete and submit an Internal Job Application Acknowledgement Form, which may be downloaded from StaffWeb. GCLS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. GCLS participates in E-Verify.

Salary: $40,809 per year, plus benefits

Contact: Cindy Quinn, Human Resources Specialist Phone: 864-527-9232 Email: [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 07/05/2018

Job Title: Outreach, Education, and Communications Coordinator

Job Description: National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Southeastern/Atlantic Region (SEA) Health Sciences and Human Services Library University of Maryland, Baltimore The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Southeastern/Atlantic Regional Medical Library (NNLM, SEA, RML), housed within the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Health Sciences and Human Services Library (HS/HSL), seeks a librarian to oversee the development and implementation of professional health information topics, training areas, and coordination of the communications program for the regional medical library. The Outreach, Education and Communications Coordinator develops and teaches in-person and online courses to promote access to health information. The coordinator creates and coordinates an outreach plan and related projects to address the health information needs of healthcare providers and information professionals. This librarian is also responsible for managing the region’s social media program, as well as creating content for the region’s website and newsletter. In partnership with other Regional Medical Libraries and Offices, the coordinator produces national programming and collaborates with other SEA coordinators to exhibit NLM’s resources at national, regional, and state meetings. This is a full-time, grant funded, non-tenure, and non-permanent status track, faculty position reporting to the Executive Director of the SEA. The position is one of a team of four librarian-coordinators who work together to facilitate resource sharing, training, and cooperative projects in AL, DC, FL, GA, MD, MS, NC, PR, SC, TN, USVI, VA, and WV. For more information about NNLM SEA, visit http://nnlm.gov/sea. Previous professional library experience is welcome, but not required.

Qualifications: MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: • Identifies, develops, and teaches classes and workshops in a variety of formats addressing and promoting access to biomedical information to health professionals, librarians, and the public. • Develops outreach projects improving information access for health professionals and their intermediaries in the region with special emphasis on services to unaffiliated health professionals, minority health professionals, public health workers, and hospital librarians. • Coordinates an overall outreach plan taking into consideration the health information needs of health care providers and information professionals • Develops educational materials for inclusion on the NNLM and SEA websites particularly in the areas of access to quality health information for health professionals • Coordinates communication and promotion of NLM, NNLM, and NNLM SEA programs, resources, and services including but not limited to exhibits, webinars, presentations, librarian advocacy, featured articles for SEA Currents, and contact with health and health informational professionals and community associations. • Coordinates, implements, and evaluates the SEA social media program to determine appropriate promotional communications support of NLM, NNLM, and NNLM SEA programs, resources, and services. • Develops strategies and materials promoting the use of NLM and NNLM products and services to target populations such as health professionals, librarians, and the public. • Maintains standards of accessibility for all resources created and maintained in accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. • Cooperates with other Regional Medical Libraries and Offices to produce national programming • Promotes and solicit applications for NNLM SEA awards; assisting potential applicants with their proposals, monitor progress and follow-up for awards in progress • Works with other coordinators to exhibit NLM’s resources at national, regional, and state meetings of health professionals, information professionals, and the public. • Participates in other activities of the SEA that lead toward improved health information access, use, and literacy in the region. • Serves as ex-officio and support to the SEA Medical Librarians Program Advisory Group REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Master of Library Science or equivalent advanced degree from an ALA-accredited program • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Excellent interpersonal skills • Demonstrated service orientation and ability to work effectively with colleagues, health professionals, and consumers in a diverse, multi-cultural community • Knowledge of PubMed, MedlinePlus, and other NLM resources • Willingness to travel; valid driver’s license at the time of employment • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Project management, strategic planning, and team leadership skills • Instructional design and course development experience, including evaluation • Experience with teaching and training • Experience with health information education with the ability to develop, plan, and conduct workshops and training, interacting confidently with audiences • Knowledge of, or experience in medical librarianship • Evidence of professional and scholarly activities • Ability to communicate vision and motivate others; willingness to assume leadership roles as needed • Demonstrated ability in obtaining results from initiating and participating in team efforts • Effectiveness in promoting ideas while exhibiting tact and sensitivity; initiating interaction with others; and soliciting feedback from partners • Comfort with change, flexibility and the ability to react quickly to program alterations and task modifications • Experience with Moodle LMS and WebEx technologies APPLICATIONS: Application materials must include a CV/resume; cover letter which includes the source of advertisement; 3 references including names, addresses, and phone numbers; and a separate signed/dated affidavit page (stating “I verify that my CV is current and accurate” - does not need to be notarized). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but full consideration will be given to complete applications received by July 20, 2018. Interested applicants should apply using the following link: http://bit.ly/OECCRML.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Application materials must include a CV/resume; cover letter which includes the source of advertisement; 3 references including names, addresses, and phone numbers; and a separate signed/dated affidavit page (stating “I verify that my CV is current and accurate” - does not need to be notarized). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but full consideration will be given to complete applications received by July 20, 2018. Interested applicants should apply using the following link: http://bit.ly/OECCRML.

Salary: MINIMUM SALARY: $55,000, commensurate with experience


Submission Date: 07/03/2018

Job Title: Assistant Librarian/Coordinator of Reference Services

Job Description: 12-month, tenure-track faculty reporting directly to Library Dean. Coordinates the daily operations of an active reference services program: physical reference desk, text, chat, & telephone; provides for an innovative reference environment, stays abreast of issues & trends; shares, provides, & conducts professional development opportunities for library colleagues, including regular training updates; facilitates discussion of ideas to improve/modify reference services. Supervises, trains, & evaluates a pool of part-time librarians who participate in providing reference services. Maintains expertise in all areas of reference; a “student first” attitude towards services, operations, and procedures; monitors communication logs for all reference services. Participates in analysis, testing, & decisions about new electronic products and services. Prepares the reference desk schedule & resolves emergency scheduling changes; participates in the reference desk schedule, including weekend and evening rotation. Serves as liaison to at least one disciplinary area, including collection development & information literacy instruction. Participates in information literacy instruction program, including teaching sessions for first-year composition classes and University 101, with option to teach the Library’s credit-bearing information literacy course. Develops LibGuides for services and liaison areas.

Qualifications: Master’s degree from an ALA accredited program; at least two years’ experience in an academic library At least two years’ experience in providing reference services in numerous formats; at least two years’ experience in library instruction and in collection development; at least one year experience in supervision and evaluation of personnel; in-depth knowledge of both print and electronic reference sources; proficiency in database searching, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Springshare (LibGuides, etc.) and SharePoint. Ability to work effectively with students, faculty, staff and others; strong interest in scholarly activity (publications, presentations, etc.); excellent written and oral communications skills. Detail oriented. Preferred: Additional graduate degree(s) an asset; evidence of scholarly activities (publications, presentations, etc.); undergraduate degree(s) in science and/or mathematics or related background/experience in the sciences and/or mathematics.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Apply online. Posting Number FAC00073PO18 http://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/31999

Salary: $48,000-$55,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Contact: Andrew Kearns, Chair USC Upstate Library 800 University Way Spartanburg, SC 29303 [email protected] (864) 503-5403


 

Submission Date: 07/02/2018

Job Title: Library Director

Job Description: Buncombe County is a caring community in harmony with its environment where citizens succeed, thrive, and realize their potential. Our mission is to promote a healthy, safe, well-educated, and thriving community with a sustainable quality of life; to provide effective and efficient government our citizens can trust; and to deliver needed service through a responsive work force committed to excellence, integrity, and teamwork. The primary purpose of this position is to provide oversight and direction for the Buncombe County Library program to accommodate the need for Library services in the community. Job Posting End Date:-July 22, 2018 Salary Range:--$111,602.10-$141,154.57

Qualifications: Minimum Education, Training and/or Experience: Master’s degree in library science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited program. Possession of a Professional Librarian Certificate issued by the North Carolina Public Librarian Certification Commission is required. Considerable experience of a progressively responsible nature in professional library work, including experience at the administrative level.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Please view with complete job posting by following the link for more information included with this posting. All applicants are required to create an account with Workday (instructions included in the link) in order to apply. https://www.buncombecounty.org/Governing/Depts/Administration/human-resources/job-openings.aspx

Salary: $111,602.10-$141,154.57

Contact: Gigi Francis, Library Director


 

Submission Date: 06/27/2018

Job Title: Children's Librarian - Darlington Branch

Job Description: Job Summary The Children’s Librarian will plan and implement the Darlington Branch’s programs and activities for children of all ages and their care-givers and coordinate the development, deployment, and maintenance of the children’s collections, and work with the other branches and our partners to deliver children’s programs and services. Perform a variety of related public library duties as assigned. Report to the Branch Manager. Essential Functions 1. Create, plan, and implement programs and activities for children of all ages and their care-givers on various topics, both in the Library and outside via outreach on location at schools, day cares, and Head Starts. a. Personally conduct/deliver programs and activities. b. Supervise all children’s program and children’s activity volunteers 2. Supervise the children’s services area of library and create an inviting environment to attract children and their caregivers. 3. Coordinate with the branches the development, deployment, and maintenance of the children’s collections, programs, and services. a. Plan and implement Summer Reading programs in conjunction with other Children’s Librarians and State Library staff. b. Cooperate with grant opportunities that are system-wide in application. 4. Develop the children’s collection of print and non-print materials. 5. Provide reference and reader’s advisory services. 6. Speak to organizations involved with children on topics of children’s literature, reading, and library materials and services. 7. Promote the use of library services and programs through news releases to local newspapers, radio and television stations, schools, etc. 8. Create visual displays and printed materials to promote library programs and services. 9. Create booklists and finding resources for children and care-givers to promote the use of library materials. Darlington County Government Page 2 of 4 Job Description – Children’s Librarian – July, 2018 10.Provide a balance of outreach programming for children with in-library children’s events and story hours. 11.Order supplies and materials needed for the implementation of children’s programs and activities. 12.Promote use of library collections, services, and programs to children and caregivers through: a. News releases to local newspapers, broadcast media, schools, etc. b. Social media, including Facebook, etc. c. Art, visual displays, video, audio, etc. d. Printed materials, such as booklists and finding guides. 13.Keep abreast of current developments in the field of children’s librarianship through professional organizations, attendance at meetings, etc. 14.Prepare various narrative and statistical reports to reflect the status and growth of children’s services. 15.Participate in and supervise the overall library operations on assigned evenings and weekends in rotation. 16.Coordinate and lead tours and activities for community agencies serving children. 17.Recommend policies and procedures regarding children’s services. 18.Assist in special projects as needed. 19.Perform other related duties as assigned or required by the Branch Manager and/or Director.

Qualifications: Qualifications 1. Master’s degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited institution with at least two years of experience (preferably in children’s services) in a library, OR 2. Bachelor’s degree (preferably in education) with at least three years of experience (preferably in children’s services) in a library, OR 3. Any combination of education and at least five years of library experience (preferably in children’s services) and progressive responsibility. 4. Holds or is eligible for S.C. State Library Professional Certification or Provisional Professional Certification. 5. Possess a valid drivers’ license. 6. Has or can readily acquire knowledge of public library computerized circulation procedures and regulations (Polaris) 7. A criminal background check will be completed on selected applicant if a current one (less than 3 years old) is not on file. Requirements 1. Language, Communication, and Numerical Aptitudes a. Maintain confidentiality of customer and Library records. b. Interpret and apply laws, regulations, and policies. c. Read and understand a variety of documents and reports. Darlington County Government Page 3 of 4 Job Description – Children’s Librarian – July, 2018 d. Prepare written documents and reports, using the proper format, punctuation, spelling, and grammar. e. Communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisor, other county employees, patrons, etc. with poise, voice control, and confidence. f. Knowledge and command of vocabulary and correct word choice for clear communication. g. Knowledge of social media platforms. h. Follow verbal, written, and/or visual instructions. i. Utilize mathematical formulas, add and subtract totals, multiply and divide, utilize decimals, and determine time and weight. 2. Physical Requirements a. Coordinate hands and eyes in utilizing office equipment and other objects in the library environment, in preparing and repairing books, operating projectors and laminating machines, etc. b. Operate a variety of automated office machines which may include but is not limited to a computer, copier, cash register, OPAC, receipt printer, etc. c. Ability to lift up to thirty-five pounds. Exert up to thirty-five pounds of force and/or to push, pull, or otherwise move loaded book trucks or other such objects. d. Requirements are in excess of sedentary work; position involves walking, standing, reaching, stooping, bending, climbing, balancing, etc. e. Maintain regular and reliable attendance. Work a flexible schedule that includes working evenings and weekends (Saturday and Sunday) as assigned. 3. Interpersonal Temperament a. Ability to deal effectively with people in a variety of circumstances, some of which can be stressful. b. Must be adaptable to performing with maturity and fairness when confronted with disagreements or criticism. c. Able to handle an emergency calmly and reassuringly. d. Must be flexible and able to multi-task. 4. Additional Duties as Assigned a. The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by an individual working in this job. b. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Apply in the Darlington County Administrator's Office, 1 Public Square, Room 210 (Courthouse), Darlington, SC 29532 or obtain an application online at www.darcosc.com; then mail to above address or email to [email protected] RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A COMPLETE APPLICATION

Salary: Salary $26,000 - $31,000 negotiable w/State Benefits

Contact: Ginger Winburn, Human Resources Manager 1 Public Square, Room 209 Darlington, South Carolina, 29532 Phone: 843-944-8267 [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 06/25/2018

Job Title: Richland Library Northeast Children’s Librarian

Job Description: The following are among the various duties you may be performing in this position: * Serving as a member of the Northeast location’s leadership and management team, including actively supervising branch staff and leading teams effectively and judiciously. * Planning, scheduling and presenting programs, such as storytimes, storytelling, tours, multi-media programs, booktalks, and bibliographic instruction, in the library or as outreach activities in the community. * Assisting the location manager in managing employee performance for success, and with initiating and implementing plans for employee development. * Assisting the location manager with aspects of interviewing, hiring, and training of new staff and volunteers. * Acting as the primary liaison for a targeted audience, and providing specialized services specific to that audience. * Demonstrating ability to learn quickly and to easily apply new skills and knowledge, including procedures and especially technology. * Coordinating, training, and supervising staff conducting programs. * Developing collaborative partnerships that engage with the community. * Answering directional and informational questions about the Library, including its services, materials, programs, and initiatives. * Recommending, selecting & helping locate materials/services for customers. * Completing complex circulation procedures correctly; interpreting and communicating library policies and procedures to customers and other staff members. * Assisting in overseeing daily operations and maintenance of Library building and grounds, and communicating with appropriate staff to manage issues related to building and grounds. * Ensuring that Library interior appears clean, tidy, attractive, and inviting, to customers, including managing and merchandising library collections. * Maintaining statistical records and reports. * Providing readers advisory services. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * ALA accredited MLIS degree. Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * Preference for specialized subject knowledge, and skills developed through work experience, in the area of children’s/youth services. * Valid driver’s license and safe driving record. * Ability to perform job functions.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website. Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. All applicants must submit an online employment application using our online system. In addition to the online application, you may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.

Salary: $1,552.50 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. All applicants must submit an online employment application using our online system. In addition to the online application, you may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 06/19/2018

Job Title: Electronic Resources Librarian

Job Description: Electronic Resources Librarian Clemson University Libraries invites candidates for an Electronic Resources Librarian to join its Technical Services & Collection Management Unit. The successful candidate serves as Team Leader of the Electronic Resources Team comprised of the Electronic Resources Cataloger and three high-level staff. The Team Leader coordinates the functional activities of the Electronic Resources Cataloger and directly supervises two of the three staff. The Libraries’ materials budget is currently $9 million with over 80% spent on electronic resources. Electronic resources managed by the Team include e-books, e-journals, databases, streaming media, and data sets. Clemson Libraries expects to participate in the implementation of a statewide Shared Library Services Platform (SLSP) over the next 12-24 months. Systems currently used include Innovative’s Millennium ILS and ProQuest’s (Serials Solutions) Intota. This position will play a key role in the successful migration of current systems to the new statewide platform. Library faculty are members of the academic community, with responsibilities in the areas of librarianship, scholarship, and service. This is a 12-month tenure-track position accountable to the Head of Technical Services & Collection Management. Responsibilities include: Electronic Resources Librarianship • Continues implementation and maintenance of ProQuest’s (Serials Solutions) Intota for management of electronic collections. Intota includes knowledgebase, link resolver, discovery, statistics, collection assessment, and ERM components. • Participates in acquisition, licensing, and renewal of electronic resources. • Supports retention and renewal decisions for electronic resources through the collection and analysis of usage data. • Troubleshoots and resolves electronic resource access problems. Works cooperatively with Library Technology and campus IT to resolve issues. Participates in maintenance of EZproxy for authentication. • Provides information to public services about new resources, changes to existing resources, and resource outages. Engages with public services and Library Technology to maintain the Libraries’ discovery layer, currently ProQuest’s Summon. • Develops and implements proactive processes to identify electronic access issues before they become problems for users. • Develops vendor and publisher relationships; schedules and coordinates demos, trials, and training with account representatives. • Maintains awareness of current and emerging trends and technologies pertaining to electronic resources. • Participates in planning, decision-making, and management of the Unit. • Engages in professional development activities, such as attending conferences, workshops, and webinars related to job functions. Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities • Develops a focused program of high quality research and creative accomplishments, consistent with professional responsibilities and the Libraries’ mission and goals. Service • Actively participates and demonstrates leadership in professional responsibilities that serve the Libraries, University, profession, and community.

Qualifications: Required Qualifications/Experience: • ALA-accredited graduate degree in librarianship (or foreign equivalent) or a relevant, accredited graduate degree in another scholarly field as deemed appropriate by the Libraries. • Two years’ experience in some aspect of electronic resource acquisition, cataloging, or management. • Knowledge of current trends and developments in managing electronic resources. • Demonstrated excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. • Strong commitment to quality customer service. • Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills; demonstrated initiative and adaptability. • Ability to work effectively in a diverse team environment or individually, to balance priorities, and to set and meet deadlines. • Experience with an integrated library system or service platform. Preferred Qualifications/Experience: • Experience in an academic or research library. • Experience with electronic resource tools such as link resolvers, discovery services, knowledge bases, electronic resource management systems, and proxy authentication software. • Experience reading, managing, and negotiating license agreements. • Knowledge of fund management and budget processes. • Experience working with consortia. • Supervisory training or experience.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Applicants should electronically submit all application materials via Interfolio: https://apply.interfolio.com/51338. Required materials include a cover letter, professional curriculum vitae, and contact information for three (3) professional references. Review of materials will begin immediately. Applications received by July 13, 2018 will be guaranteed consideration.

Salary: Faculty rank and competitive salary based on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience.

Contact: Kathryn Wesley Chair, Electronic Resources Librarian Committee [email protected]


 

Submission Date: 06/18/2018

Job Title: Richland Library Edgewood Associate, Full-time (Job Classification Level 104)

Job Description: Richland Library will be opening a new library in Columbia’s Edgewood neighborhood in 2018, providing customers with: books and A/V materials, holds pickup, computer access, meeting rooms and space for community partners. Located at Oak Street and Elmwood Avenue, the renovated and reconfigured 7,000 square foot former retail space will transform into a vibrant library where Edgewood residents and others can learn, create and share. For updates on the construction site for the new Edgewood location, please visit https://www.buildingyourlibrary.com/locations/edgewood. We seek a natural teacher, trainer, and leader. Strong technology skills are a must. The ideal candidate may be someone with good experience in retail or hospitality. Here are some of things you would be doing if hired for this position: * Assisting the Richland Library Edgewood Manager and librarians with overall management and teamwork, including helping keep workflow properly moving. * Answering directional and informational questions about the Library, including its services, materials, programs, and initiatives. * Assisting customers with technology, equipment, materials, procedures, and information. * Acting to find and promote efficiencies, including working to help ensure correct location and condition of items and materials so that customers receive materials and services they desire. * Helping to oversee the Library during absence of higher level staff. * Actively supporting the needs of the Library, including completion of opening and closing procedures; maintaining supplies, statistics and cash reconciliations; cleaning, checking, and trouble-shooting equipment; shelving materials and sustaining the Library’s collection. * Experience and demonstrated interest in children and children’s literature and programming. * Ease with learning new technology and explaining it to others. * Ability to create, coordinate and deliver arts, multimedia and maker programs. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * At least two years of post-high school education from a college, university, or business school. Transcripts must be provided upon hire. * One year clerical or other relevant work experience; equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered. Preference may be given to relevant experience within a service industry. * Excellent communication and technical skills, including a good understanding of technology. * Additional skills as required by job, and ability to perform duties of the job.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website.

Salary: $975.00 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. All applicants must submit an online employment application using our online system. In addition to the online application, you may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 06/18/2018

Job Title: Richland Library Edgewood Associate, Full-time (Job Classification Level 107)

Job Description: Richland Library will be opening a new library in Columbia’s Edgewood neighborhood in 2018, providing customers with: books and A/V materials, holds pickup, computer access, meeting rooms and space for community partners. Located at Oak Street and Elmwood Avenue, the renovated and reconfigured 7,000 square foot former retail space will transform into a vibrant library where Edgewood residents and others can learn, create and share. For updates on the construction site for the new Edgewood location, please visit https://www.buildingyourlibrary.com/locations/edgewood. We seek a natural teacher, trainer, and leader. Someone with the ability to support and actively promote team members and team activities, and keep everybody on the same page. Strong communication and technical skills are a must. The ideal candidate may be someone with good experience in retail or hospitality. Are you excited by the prospect of engaging with our community, building lasting partnerships, and leaving every customer thrilled about the Library? Here are some of things you would be doing if hired for this position: * Assisting Manager and librarians with the overall management and leadership of the Library, including keeping the workflow properly moving and meeting customer experience expectations. * Leading, coaching, training, and supervising part-time employees and volunteers, guiding priorities within activities and tasks. * Assisting the Edgewood Manager in managing employee performance for success. * Assisting the Edgewood Manager with aspects of interviewing, hiring, and training of new staff and volunteers. * Answering directional and informational questions about the Library, including its services, materials, programs, and initiatives. * Supporting the needs of the location, including completion of opening and closing procedures, maintaining supplies, statistics and cash reconciliations; cleaning, checking, and trouble-shooting equipment, and scheduling and confirming meeting room reservations; shelving materials and sustaining the library’s collection. * Acting to find and promote efficiencies, including working to help ensure correct location and condition of items and materials so that customers receive materials and services they desire. * Contributing effectively to understanding and maintaining the system for organizing and moving materials through the system. * Planning, assisting with, and/or conducting programs and trainings for children and adults such as story times, film showings, computer trainings, etc. * Managing operations during absence of higher level staff. * Performs other duties as required or assigned. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * Bachelor’s degree; two years college plus at least eight years of relevant work experience may be considered in lieu of the bachelor’s degree. Transcripts must be presented upon hire. * At least one year clerical or other relevant work experience; equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered. Preference may be given to relevant experience within a service industry. * Excellent communication and technical skills, including a good understanding of technology. * Additional skills as required by job. * Ability to perform all job duties.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website.

Salary: $1,171.50 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. All applicants must submit an online employment application using our online system. In addition to the online application, you may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


 

Submission Date: 06/18/2018

Job Title: Richland Library St. Andrews Associate, Full-time (Job Classification Level 104)

Job Description: Richland Library St. Andrews serves as an active community with diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. Situated in the heart of the St. Andrews area of Richland County and close to the Lexington County line, this location has many out of county card holders. We seek someone energetic, outgoing and positive to engage with customers. We seek a natural teacher, trainer, and leader. Strong technology skills are a must. The ideal candidate may be someone with good experience in retail or hospitality. Here are some of things you would be doing if hired for this position: * Assisting the Richland Library St. Andrews Manager and librarians with overall management and teamwork, including helping keep workflow properly moving. * Answering directional and informational questions about the Library, including its services, materials, programs, and initiatives. * Assisting customers with technology, equipment, materials, procedures, and information. * Acting to find and promote efficiencies, including working to help ensure correct location and condition of items and materials so that customers receive materials and services they desire. * Helping to oversee the Library during absence of higher level staff. * Actively supporting the needs of the Library, including completion of opening and closing procedures; maintaining supplies, statistics and cash reconciliations; cleaning, checking, and trouble-shooting equipment; shelving materials and sustaining the Library’s collection. * Experience and demonstrated interest in children and children’s literature and programming. * Ease with learning new technology and explaining it to others. * Ability to create, coordinate and deliver arts, multimedia and maker programs. Please visit our website at www.richlandlibrary.com/careers for further details.

Qualifications: * At least two years of post-high school education from a college, university, or business school. Transcripts must be provided upon hire. * One year clerical or other relevant work experience; equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered. Preference may be given to relevant experience within a service industry. * Excellent communication and technical skills, including a good understanding of technology. * Additional skills as required by job, and ability to perform duties of the job.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: APPLY IMMEDIATELY at https://rcpl.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities.. No deadline is presently established for this Vacancy. Applications being accepted now. When a deadline is determined, the deadline will be announced 24 hours in advance on the Library’s website.

Salary: $975.00 biweekly, plus benefits

Contact: Personnel Office Phone: (803) 929-3435 Email: [email protected] (Please do not send your resume/cover letter separately; only materials submitted through our online system are reviewed. All applicants must submit an online employment application using our online system. In addition to the online application, you may also attach your resume and/or cover letter; but the resume and/or cover letter will not be acceptable as an alternative to completing the online application fully. Keep in mind that if you are applying for multiple positions, you will need to submit an application for each position.)


Submission Date: 06/13/2018

Job Title: Library Director

Job Description: The Fitzgerald-Ben Hill County Library invites qualified individuals to submit their applications for the position of Library Director. Located in the charming city of Fitzgerald, in central Georgia, the Library serves a community of approximately 20,000 in Ben Hill County. Positions in beautiful historic downtown, the Library offers a variety of services for all ages. The Director is responsible for monitoring the entire library program including leading a dedicated staff, developing a financially sound budget, ensuring compliance with all state and federal rules, regulations, and laws, submitting all necessary reports (Annual Report, AUP, E-rate, etc.), and growing relationships with community and governmental organizations. The Director will work closely with an engaged and involved community, including a supportive Board of Trustees, an active Friends of the Library group, and a blossoming Library Foundation. A successful candidate will be ready to actively participate and fully engage in the surrounding community, therefore, relocation to the area is a must.

Qualifications: Applicants must possess a Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution and a grade 5-B certification from the Georgia State Board for the certification of Librarians (or the ability to obtain certification.) All applicants should possess knowledge of library programming and outreach services, personnel practices, facility operation and maintenance, financial management skills, federal and state filing requirements (including E-Rate), and the ability and interest to work closely with community partners and governmental organizations. Additionally required is a minimum of five years professional public library experience. Managerial experience, knowledge of fiscal management, PINES experience, demonstrated leadership, and public relations skills preferred.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to: Director Search Fitzgerald-Ben Hill County Library 123 N. Main Street Fitzgerald, GA 31750 or email to: [email protected]

Salary: Base salary - $64,500 (plus benefits)

Contact: Sue [email protected]


Submission Date: 06/07/2018

Job Title: Branch Manager - Darlington

Job Description: The intent of this listing is to give a general indication of the level of difficulty and responsibility of this position. The Branch Manager is a dynamic, creative, innovative, outgoing, positive, and flexible individual who is a leader willing to meet and engage the residents of a diverse community, provide exceptional customer service, and create an outstanding library. Excellent communication skills, a passion for working with people, and a love of libraries and technology are essential. Job Summary The Branch Manager will manage all aspects of a library branch within the Darlington County Library System, including the supervision of all branch staff, and report to the Library Director. Essential Functions 1. Coordinate, supervise, and plan programs, collections, activities, and services of the branch. 2. Coordinate, manage and provide customer services, including: a. Promote library programs, services, and materials. b. Assist customers in selection and location of materials in all formats. c. Answer reference, directional and telephone inquiries. d. Handle customer service issues, complaints, and behavior problems. e. Prepare accident, customer incident, and other customer reports. f. Oversee and handle the receiving of fines/fees, checking in/out materials, and performing other desk duties as needed. 3. Handle the evaluation, selection, delivery, physical maintenance, and routing of all materials in all formats to meet customer needs. a. Oversee the borrowing, movement, and delivery of materials and information through interlibrary loan between branches and within the consortium. b. Identify donated materials for possible additions to collection, including the receipt and acknowledgment of donations to collection. c. Weed and dispose of library materials. d. Oversee the shifting of collections for more efficient work space. e. System-wide materials selection in specific assigned formats or areas as assigned. f. Review request/reserve/order files for problems with incoming requested materials. 4. Supervise, train, and evaluate branch staff. a. Work at circulation and/or reference desk as needed for schedule coverage. b. Substitute for the children’s specialist or other staff on nights or weekends (Saturday and Sunday) when need. c. Lead, interview, recommend for hire/dismissal, train, supervise, and evaluate library branch personnel. d. Coordinate and present system-wide staff training and development as directed. e. Oversee children’s program planning and outreach classes. 5. Participate in all library planning, policy and procedure, collection, program, and services meetings as directed. 6. Recommend, coordinate, enforce, and explain policies and procedures to staff and the customers. 7. Assure the maintenance of the branch library’s technology infrastructure, such Internet, staff and public computers, etc. 8. Assist in the development of a social media presence and promotional materials. 9. Assure the maintenance of the branch library’s facility. 10. Collect, maintain, and furnish information, statistics, and records on library collections, programs, services, activities, facilities, use, staff performance for all reports in the format required. 11. Interact, communicate, and work with various individuals and groups including the general public, staff, Library Director, other branch personnel, community groups, Friends of Library, etc. a. Serve as staff liaison between the Friends of the Library and the Director. b. Keep abreast of community events. c. Serve on community committees as needed. d. Share resources and information with community agencies. e. Assist in the development of a social media presence and promotional materials. 12. Attend and participate in planning, management, community, and professional meetings as required. 13. Work at least one night per week and rotate working weekends (Saturday and Sunday). 14. Prepare and submit orders for materials, supplies, etc. as required. 15. Coordinate the maintenance and security of the building and grounds. 16. Other duties as assigned or required by the Director.

Qualifications: Qualifications 1. Master’s degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited institution with at least two years of supervisory experience in a library or three years of experience in a library, OR 2. Bachelor’s degree with at least three years of supervisory experience in a library or at least five years of library experience, OR 3. Any combination of education and at least seven years of library experience and progressive responsibility. 4. Holds or is eligible for S.C. State Library Professional Certification or Provisional Professional Certification. 5. Possess a valid drivers’ license. 6. Has or can readily acquire knowledge of public library computerized circulation procedures and regulations (Polaris) 7. A criminal background check will be completed on selected applicant if a current one (less than 3 years old) is not on file. Requirements 1. Language, Communication, and Numerical Aptitudes a. Read and understand a variety of documents and reports. b. Prepare written documents and reports, using the proper format, punctuation, spelling, and grammar. c. Communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisor, other county employees, patrons, etc. with poise, voice control, and confidence. d. Knowledge and command of vocabulary and correct word choice for clear communication. e. Knowledge of social media platforms. f. Record and deliver information and to follow verbal and written instructions. g. Utilize mathematical formulas, add and subtract totals, multiply and divide, utilize decimals, and determine time and weight. 2. Physical Requirements a. Coordinate hands and eyes in utilizing office equipment and other objects in the library environment, in preparing and repairing books, operating projectors and laminating machines, etc. b. Operate a variety of automated office machines which may include but is not limited to computer, typewriter, copier, cash register, OPAC, receipt printer, etc. c. Ability to lift up to thirty-five pounds. Exert up to thirty-five pounds of force and/or to push, pull, or otherwise move loaded book trucks or other such objects. d. Requirements are in excess of sedentary work; position involves walking, standing, reaching, stooping, bending, climbing, balancing, etc. e. Maintain regular and reliable attendance. Work a flexible schedule that includes working evenings and weekends (Saturday and Sunday) as assigned. 3. Interpersonal Temperament a. Ability to deal effectively with people in a variety of circumstances, some of which can be stressful. b. Must be adaptable to performing with maturity and fairness when confronted with disagreements or criticism. c. Able to handle an emergency calmly and reassuringly. d. Must be flexible to multi-task to answer needs of several persons at once. 4. Additional Duties as Assigned a. The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by an individual working in this job. b. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Apply in the Darlington County Administrator's Office, 1 Public Square, Room 210 (Courthouse), Darlington, SC 29532 or obtain an application online at www.darcosc.com; then mail to above address or email to [email protected] NOTE: RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A COMPLETE APPLICATION AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER COMPLY WITH ALL FEDERAL AND STATE LAW AS THEY APPLY TO EMPLOYMENT

Salary: $33,000 - $35,000 negotiable w/State Benefits

Contact: Jimmie Epling Director [email protected]


Submission Date: 06/06/2018

Job Title: Assistant Library Director

Job Description: The Spring Hill Public Library invites applications for the position of Assistant Director. OVERVIEW: The Assistant Director works with the Library Director in planning, administering and evaluating library resources, operations and services, including staff supervision. The Assistant Director provides oversight of daily library functions including the management of library-sponsored programs, as well as creating, coordinating and managing select library projects. The Assistant Director may assume responsibility for library operations in the absence of the Director and shall perform other duties as may be necessary. Some evening and weekend hours should be anticipated in the work schedule. ABOUT THE CITY OF SPRING HILL: Located in central Tennessee, approximately 35 miles from downtown Nashville and 40 miles from the Nashville International airport, and just off I-65, the city of Spring Hill is in the center of everything. Spring Hill is a growing, vibrant, civic-minded city of more than 40,000 people with a mixture of long-time residents and newcomers from around the country who are drawn to the town’s beauty and sense of community. Approximately 70% of the citizenry hold a library card from the Spring Hill Public Library.

Qualifications: QUALIFICATIONS: The skills and knowledge of the Assistant Director would generally be acquired with a Master’s Degree in Library Science and at least three years of public library experience. The position requires the ability to manage full-time and part-time employees. Expertise and experience in the implementation of developing library technologies (ILS, networking, maker space, databases, hardware and software, and web design) is highly desired. Exceptional customer service skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail and proficiency in prioritizing tasks are expected. Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the responsibilities of this position may be considered in lieu of stated education and experience requirements. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, use hands to touch, handle or feel, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and depth perception. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter, resume or CV, and contact information for three professional references to Dana Juriew at [email protected] as well as an application on the City’s website: http://www.springhilltn.org/FormCenter/Human-Resources-7/Employment-Application-42.

Salary: SALARY/BENEFITS: Appointment range of $52,839.32 to $79,258.97, depending on qualifications. Excellent benefit package includes TCRS retirement and health insurance. Both vision and dental insurance are available.

Contact: No calls, please.


Submission Date: 05/30/2018

Job Title: Branch Librarian III

Job Description: Manages a medium branch. Supervises, trains, and guides staff. Assists in Strategic Planning for the branch, including facilities management. Oversees the Collection Development for the branch. Advocates library services through programs, community partnerships, and as the liaison to the Friends of the Library. Guides and assists customers in the use of technology and reference services. Provides high level customer service duties related to circulation and customer accounts. • Manages all aspects of the branch. Ensures branch is staffed and operational for the public. Supervises staff including; scheduling, training, and evaluating. Coaches and mentors staff regarding personnel matters. Assesses unique circumstances and makes informed decisions concerning customer service and facilities management. Collects and maintains accurate records of fines and fees and makes bank deposits. Plans and budgets for office and household supplies. • Plans for the branch based on community needs and on the vision and the mission of the library. Recommends changes or additions to facilities, services, and staffing. Assists in formulation of library policy and procedures, and ensures they are implemented. • Manages the collection of materials for the branch. Develops internal branch collection budget based on allocations. Analyzes circulation statistics and trends in order to create a Collection Development Plan for the branch. Selects and deselects materials based on community analysis. • Advocates for the library by promoting services and programs to individuals, civic organizations, community agencies and educational institutions. Cultivates partnerships through communication and interaction. Develops and presents dynamic programs for the public within the branch and through outreach activities. Provides opportunities for all ages to strengthen economic development, job skills, literacy, and recreation to build lifelong learning skills. Collaborates with the Friends of the Library. • Provides reference and technology services for the public. Trains and assists the public in the use of the library equipment, print and online resources, and electronic devices, including instruction for downloading electronic materials. Prepares bibliographic tools to provide readers’ advisory for adults and youth. • Provides quality customer service following library policies and procedures to successfully fulfill the the needs and expectations of the public. Manages the day-to-day duties, such as the circulation of materials, customer account issues, and customer registrations. Generates and processes documents and reports relating to customer requests and internal operations. • Performs other similar duties as required.

Qualifications: Preferred Experience: MLIS from an ALA accredited college or university; supplemented by 3-5 years of professional experience in public libraries, including supervisory and management experience. Combined with 5-10 years experience.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Visit the County of Lexington's Online Application System at https://www.lex-co.com/Applications/HROnline/PUBLIC/VACANCYLISTING.ASPX

Salary: $43,681 - $45,865 DOQ


Submission Date: 05/30/2018

Job Title: Youth Services Librarian

Job Description: GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this position is to initiate and manage services and programs for the Youth Library Services Department in accordance with the County’s Library System policies. Train, support, and provide advice to interns and volunteers working with youth. Provide reader’s advisory, reference, and other assistance to patrons. The Manager makes professional technical decisions, and must possess extensive knowledge and skills in relation to children’s and youth library services. Must be able to work nights and weekends. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: · Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of public library functions; · Considerable knowledge of the needs and abilities of children and young adults and the available library materials and services; · Good knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration as applied to a major library service; · Ability to communicate orally and in writing; · Good managerial and supervisory skills; · Considerable skills in making decisions and developing programs; · Good interpersonal and customer service skills; · Knowledge in the use of computers and software programs; · Ability to retain a valid S.C. driver’s license; · Extensive skills in operating library essential tools and equipment. Will also work on the public service desk as part of staff rotation. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The educational requirement for this position is: Completion of Master’s degree in Library Science. Education may be substituted for experience. Related-experience required: 3 years. Experience may not be substituted for education.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Go to https://oconeesc.com/human-resources-home/job-opportunities Please submit/attach resume and letter of interest as well completed application. Closes on June 15, 2018.

Salary: $37,318 FSLA non-exempt

Contact: Mr. Blair Hinson, Library Director [email protected]


Submission Date: 05/30/2018

Job Title: Visiting Assistant Librarian of Science Outreach

Job Description: The Furman University Libraries announce a two-year visiting position to begin August 1, 2018 (or as soon as possible thereafter). The Visiting Assistant Librarian of Science Outreach will join the library faculty as a member of the Outreach Services Division and will be the branch librarian in Furman’s Sanders Science Library. The Visiting Assistant Librarian will collaborate closely with students, faculty, and staff in the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Health Sciences, Neuroscience, Physics; interdisciplinary minors in Environmental Studies and Medicine, Health, & Culture; students on the pre-health majors track; and the new Master of Science in Community Engaged Medicine. The Furman University Libraries consist of the James B. Duke Library, the Sanders Science Library and the Robert J. Maxwell Music Library. Library personnel include 13 library faculty and 13 paraprofessional staff.

Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: • Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited library school • Undergraduate degree in a natural science • Knowledge of science resources • Familiarity with library information technology • Enthusiasm for teaching • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team • Strong communication and interpersonal skills Preferred Qualifications: • Experience in science librarianship • Graduate degree in a natural science • Web authoring experience (SpringShare products preferred) • Experience with scientific research resources and reference management software • Experience and knowledge of GIS • Supervisory experience • Experience with outreach

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Visit https://jobs.furman.edu/postings/7203 Required Documents: • Cover letter • Resume/Curriculum Vitae • Statement on Diversity and Inclusion Priority review of applications will begin June 4, 2018 but will continue until the position is filled.

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience.

Contact: For questions about the position, contact Patricia Sasser, Chair of the Search Committee (patricia.sasser [at] furman.edu)


Submission Date: 05/25/2018

Job Title: Computer Lab Coordinator

Job Description: Under general supervision of the Director for Digital Strategies and Innovation, the Computer Lab Coordinator provides a wide range of technical and consultative services to users of the Library’s computer labs and classrooms. The Computer Lab Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations for the Libraries’ five computer classrooms ensuring that the equipment operates optimally and in accordance with standards set by the various testing agencies. The classrooms play an important role in supporting the education and training missions of MUSC’s six colleges and graduate medical education (GME). To support these missions, the computer classrooms serve as the testing center for the campus. As a testing center, the classrooms are used by the colleges and the GME office for administering a variety of examinations including course exams administered by the colleges, as well as national exams administered by agencies such as the National Board of Medical Examiners, the American Board of Anesthesiology, the American Board of Dermatology, the American Board of Surgery, the American Board of Internal Medicine, Aquifer Exams, and others. - Assures their effective operation as instructional facilities, plans for continued development, ensures proper maintenance of equipment and schedules personnel and equipment for the most efficient use of resources. - Creating and adapting system images for the computer lab and deployment - Provides training and consultation to faculty and students. - Provides technical assistance to users working with microcomputer equipment and software. Consults with Systems Engineers in regards to networking, critical issues and staying in compliance with MUSC computer policies and initiatives.

Qualifications: A high school diploma and three years of experience in computer system development and modification. A bachelor's degree in a related area may be substituted for the required work experience.

Type: Full Time

How to Apply: Review of applications will begin May 31, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. Required and Preferred qualifications, application procedures, and other information are available in the complete position description at http://jobs.library.musc.edu/

Salary: UNIV-Band 6: $39,960.00 - $56,947.00 - $73,935.00 (min - mid - max)

Contact: For further information and clarification of this position please inquire to Ms. Shannon D. Jones via e-mail [email protected] or (843) 792-8839