Illinois Heartland Library System (IHLS) is looking for a Metadata Cataloger to be part of our Cataloging Maintenance Center (CMC). This is a full time position and can be located out of any of our hub locations (Carbondale, Champaign, or Edwardsville)
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Illinois Heartland Library System (IHLS) is seeking a part time courier to work less than 20 hours a week. Courier Drivers are a critical component to the provision of customer service. This position delivers books and other library materials to and from member libraries and may be required to sort library materials. Courier Driver services are provided Mondays through Fridays.
Due to retirement, the Kewanee Public Library District is seeking a caring, creative, and confident new Director. Located in west central Illinois, the Library District serves a diverse community of 14,000 people. The new Director will lead the Library District into the future by empowering the community’s growth and connection through library services and programs.
The Young Adult Librarian position is primarily responsible for selecting young adult materials and maintaining this special collection. Additionally, this position is responsible for planning and coordinating all special events and programs for tweens and teens. It is a diverse position that requires a broad knowledge of library functions, interest in young adult literature, and customer service skills to assist all ages of library users.
The Pinnacle Library Cooperative has an opening for a part-time Member Services Librarian. This position will work approximately 25 hours per week.
Working closely with the ILS Manager, the Member Services Librarian provides training and instruction to staff of member libraries. This is a unique position, suitable for experienced professionals or soon-to- be librarians who want to use their experience to support library staff throughout a consortium of 6 public libraries. In this position, you’ll use your library programming skills to create training opportunities for library staff, your reference experience to research issues related to the ILS, and your networking skills to create working relationships with library staff throughout our member libraries.
The Town of Normal’s identity is strong and distinct, shaped by its history and unique local assets and by every member of the community. Normal is a progressive community defined by a culture of lifelong learning; agricultural roots; family-friendly neighborhoods; a wealth of arts and entertainment amenities; and a forward-thinking and sustainable approach to community development. The Town of Normal and Normal Public Library are committed to providing exceptional customer service, fiscal sustainability, and promoting a work environment and a community that values and supports diversity and inclusion.
Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, coaching, and evaluating the library staff. Oversees Circulation, Technical Services, Reference, Children’s, Marketing, and IT departments. Coaches and counsels to resolve conflicts. Attends board meetings and participates in board committees as assigned. Assists the Director in the development of major policies, goals, objectives, and general planning activities of the library. Participates in the development of the library budget. Recommends levels of service to be offered. Advises the Director on matters related to library operations. Plans and coordinates the collection of data to meet state and national public library standards. Responsible for the distribution of effective information concerning policy, procedures, and activities of the Quincy Public Library.
The Communications & Development Coordinator will plan and initiate marketing and fundraising plans for Quincy Public Library.
The Information Services Librarian is responsible for providing in person and virtual reference and research assistance to patrons. This position participates in collection development, and ensures interactive user engagement with the library’s digital content and online resources. Additionally, this position will help support library programs and community outreach.
Your adventure starts here! Make a difference on the West Michigan Lakeshore as the new Library Director for the Muskegon Area District Library, headquartered in Muskegon County. The Library’s Board of Trustees seeks an innovative and experienced Director to implement an exciting vision for the library and its many constituencies. MADL serves 105,852 residents in 19 municipalities and townships with its mission to connect a diverse community to resources and services that educate, inform, enrich, and entertain. Governed by an eight-member Board of Trustees appointed by the local townships, the 11 library locations provide excellent services and programs with 57 staff (42 FTEs) and a $4.5 million annual budget. MADL shares a catalog, resources, and delivery system with other members of the Lakeland Library Cooperative. Key initiatives include developing and fostering a great work environment, managing taxpayer funds to meet the needs of the community, preparing for an upcoming millage renewal, negotiating a renewal for a current union contract, and keeping the library relevant as the public’s needs change.