This position is responsible for basic professional library duties, including work with teens and adults, as part of a team of staff and volunteers who deliver quality customer service at a busy regional library which is located adjacent to a high school and a middle school.
Examples Of Essential Duties:
The successful candidate may be required to perform any of the following: reference and reader's advisory service, computer/technology assistance, arrange and implement programming for adults and/or teens, collection maintenance, supervision and training of staff and/or volunteers, and branch supervision in the absence of the branch manager.
Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master's degree in Library Science from a graduate library school program accredited by the American Library Association and one to two years experience in a library or related field. Ability to pass a criminal background check is required. Possession of a valid driver's license is preferred, with an acceptable driving record required.
Prefer two years related library experience.
Must have knowledge of current professional public library principles, methods and practices, relevant computer applications, literature for various ages, and have the ability to supervise and direct work of others. Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, and relate positively to a diverse population. Ability to plan and implement successful programs in cooperation with other libraries and community organizations. Ability to relate positively to middle school and high school students. This person may be required to participate in system-wide committees, present programs at the library and at outreach locations, and prepare narrative and statistical reports.
This position is 80 Hours Bi-weekly. Hours and days vary to include evenings, Saturdays and some Sundays.
The County may require employees to make either a temporary or long-term, permanent transfer to another Library location to accommodate the organization's business needs.
Lee County Government - 22 months ago
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