The St. Elmo Public Library District is seeking a part time (20 hours per week) Library Director. This highly responsible supervisory position plans, organizes and directs all activities related to the administration and operation of the library district under the direction of the Library Board of Trustees. The ideal candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills. The St. Elmo Public Library District is a main library and two-branch library district with a supportive community. The Director is supervised by the elected Library Board of Trustees.
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Wilmette Public Library invites applications for the position of Library Director. The successful candidate will embrace the community through an appreciation of its traditions and understanding of its character. The Board of Trustees and staff seek a team player with demonstrated leadership and coaching abilities who can continue the Library’s long history of excellence. The next director of the Wilmette Public Library will be a talented people connector who can articulate, support and promote the library’s mission as chief advocate and spokesperson for the Library. The director must excel in building collaborative relationships with staff, patrons, the board, its volunteers and other units of local government in a community that has treasured and supported its public library.
The Joliet Public Library is seeking an energetic and community-minded director. Joliet, located about 45 miles southwest of Chicago, is the fourth largest city in Illinois. Originally a manufacturing town, Joliet is in the midst of a downtown renaissance that is helping to attract new residents and a broader base of businesses. The library is the heart of the community, with the main library playing an important role in the revitalized downtown district and a popular branch serving residents in the fast-growing western part of the city. JPL is committed to offering resources, programs and services for all members of the city's diverse population.
Madison Public Library is seeking a community-minded Librarian for the Goodman South Madison Library to embrace our mission to celebrate ideas, promote creativity, connect people and enrich lives. We strive to recruit a diverse workforce to best serve Madison's diverse population, and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
Taylorville Public Library’s Board of Trustees is seeking a new Library Director who has the ability to work in concert with the board, the library staff, the Taylorville City Council, patrons, and local organizations to provide quality services and programs for the community. Responsibilities include planning, directing, and supervising all aspects of library services, facilities, and activities. The Director will be responsible for budgeting and financial management, personnel administration, facilities management, and development. The Director will possess strong technology skills, knowledge of library law, and a vision of the role of libraries in the 21st century. The Director must be a strong, highly professional leader willing to build relationships within the community. Competitive salary and compensation package is negotiable based on qualifications and experience.
Are you a self-starter who enjoys helping people? Do you have experience providing research services and planning programs in a public library that embraces change? If so, you might be just the person for us. The primary responsibilities for these positions are to staff the research (reference) desk, identify and/or participate in programs and services, assume responsibility for some collection development, and make recommendations to further our goals and enhance our role in the community. Qualifications include a Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited university and a minimum of two years of reference experience at a public library after receiving the MLS.
Job Opening at O'Fallon Township High School: School Library Assistant. Come join a wonderful Instructional Media Center program and a tremendous library staff, faculty, and student body! Learn more about our library program here.
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Join the St. Charles Public Library Board of Trustees, the Library Staff, and the St. Charles community as its new Library Director positioning the Library towards new levels of exceptional library services and programs. The successful candidate will be both a positive and practical visionary with a willingness to take challenges and explore efficiencies in new service models and library spaces. The St. Charles Public Library is poised to begin a new strategic plan continuing its community collaboration to create a welcoming, warm environment for all St. Charles citizens. Key opportunities include a potential redesign and expansion of the Library, enhancing the Director/Board relationship; coaching and mentoring a committed, excellent Library staff; and designing and executing leading edge technologies for library services. Governed by an elected seven-member Board, the Library serves 55,000 residents (53% carry library cards) with an annual budget of $7.8 million, an annual circulation of 1.4 million items, and 120 dedicated staff. Additional support comes from the Friends of St. Charles Public Library, the St. Charles Library Foundation, and an active volunteer program.
Under the direction of the Adult/Young Adult Services Coordinator, uses professional reference research and reader’s advisory skills, often involving multiple computer databases and electronic resources, to provide information to the public; demonstrates initiative and creativity and exercises independent judgment in the application of a variety of established policies and procedures; maintains patron confidentiality; evaluates and selects materials for collection development within a budget; creates and conducts programming, instructional classes and outreach for both the public and staff; writes grants, policies, bibliographies, reviews and web blogs; provides skilled, efficient and courteous service to the public.
Job Summary: The Circulation Clerk I performs a variety of routine and complex tasks; provides library materials and services to library users.