The Membership Coordinator works as part of the Membership Services Team to collect accurate information regarding member libraries and to provide support for the multitype libraries that comprise IHLS. This position also involves a significant amount of networking and interaction with IHLS member libraries.
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The Bethalto Public Library District is looking for candidates to work as a Programming Specialist (Storytimes, Family Events, Reading Programs, etc.)
The Columbia Public Library is seeking applications for a service oriented individual to fill a circulation clerk position.
The Mount Prospect Public Library is looking for a Web Content Editor to maintain the Library’s public website and Intranet. The ideal candidate will have solid experience in digital platforms, content management systems, graphics production, writing and editing skills. Exceptional communication skills are required, including verbal and writing skills, grammar and punctuation. Strong organizational skills and a high-level of experience with WordPress are also essential. The daily tasks of this position will be creating and uploading content while maintaining our staff web-based user accounts. This position allows creativity in creating graphics and video to support that content. Candidate must be self-starting and capable of working autonomously on assigned projects using excellent time management skills. Bachelor’s degree required.
Join the Technical Services team at a beautiful and vibrant Library! The Champaign Public Library seeks two detail oriented processing clerks who are interested in helping to make books, dvds, cds, and more available to library customers.
The Library Operations Associate for Digital Metadata, Web Services, and Archives has multiple primary functions, including overseeing the library’s website pages and myGSU portal sites, acquiring content and creating metadata for OPUS and Digital Collections, curating these collections, managing digitization projects, resolving problems related to the access and maintenance of the library’s online information, and preserving content, creating finding aids, and providing access to items in the University Archives relevant to the function of the university. This position will also provide service at the public service desks and online chat. Most work is done independently, with responsibility for providing expertise in these areas to the Dean of the University Library. Works with the Archives/Scholarly Communications Librarian on overlapping items (e.g., OPUS, Archives).
The Senior Library Specialist’s primary position will manage the library billing, data management, and oversee the library stacks. The incumbent will also provide assistance to Governors State University users by public service through public desk coverage, email, chat, as well as performing other user-oriented duties. This position may train and review the work of student assistants.
Needs to be highly motivated with excellent computer skills and public relations skills. Must be willing to learn every phase of the library’s operation, work with patrons of all ages, and develop programs. Library experience, especially with Polaris, preferred but not required. College education, especially in library science or education, preferred. 35 hour work week. Base pay range: $9 - $11 to start, determined by education and experience. Call 438-6211 with questions. Apply: 338 W.
Brookens Library at the University of Illinois Springfield seeks dynamic and highly motivated candidates for the position of Director of Technical Services and Cataloging Librarian. The successful candidate will serve as leader and manager for technical services operations, and sets strategic direction for the unit. Specific responsibilities include: Manage and evaluate workflows and services, and direct personnel processes for the area, including training. Operate as a resource person for faculty and staff on current or emerging issues concerning the acquisition and description of library resources, and advise colleagues on projects involving materials and resources. Provide statistical, usage and narrative reports as required, and participation in policy and strategic planning decisions as a member of the Library Management Team.
The Stark County District Library seeks a strong and visionary leader to serve as Executive Director. Located in northeast Ohio, the library provides services to about 240,000 residents through a main library located in Canton, nine branches, and five bookmobiles.
The library, known for being innovative and bold, is in the process of constructing a new branch, implementing state of the art material handling technology, and embarking on a major facilities renovation.