Part-time; Non-Teaching Professional; Reference Librarian: Requires a bachelor’s degree in library science or related field; one year professional librarian experience or a master’s degree in library science; experience and training in online library resources. Preferred qualifications include: master’s degree in library science or related field; one year full-time professional librarian experience; experience in library instruction; high-level reference and communication skills. Salary is $20,442 - $25,553 (salary commensurate with education and experience per salary schedule).
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The Village of Forsyth is seeking qualified applicants for the position of part-time Library Technician. This position performs clerical and customer service duties in support of library operations, with specialization in technical services. This position requires skill in the following areas: knowledge of library operations, techniques and procedures; understanding of cataloging and classification rules; ability to use computers and computerized circulation system; strong customer service; and attention to detail. Bachelor’s degree and library technical services experience preferred.
The Rochester Public Library District is seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) professional Youth Services Assistant to work closely with the Youth Services Director. The rate of pay is $10.50 - $11.00 depending on education and experience.
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The Community Engagement Librarian at the Goodman South Madison Library will be the face of the library in the vibrant South Madison area. This position will focus on working with the many community organizations in the neighborhood such as the Urban League, Access Health, Planned Parenthood, Centro Hispano, numerous churches and small businesses, and neighborhood residents to identify community needs and develop library services and programs to meet those needs.
Primary Duties: Provide assistance to patrons researching genealogy data and sort and shelve materials. Will be required to develop and present programming and training sessions for the public in order to enliven the concept of a duality between genealogy and history. The successful candidate will be trained in the necessary duties of the position.
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. This position does not required residency within the city of Taylorville.
The Herrin City Library is committed to our mission of excellence, professionalism and learning, so that we can support our values of literacy, creativity, innovation, customer service, respect, collaboration and fiscal responsibility. The Children’s Librarian assists in accomplishing that mission by providing reference services, conducting programs for children, patrons, and maintaining and/or cataloging new materials of the library collection.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Library and Information Services invites applications from dynamic, proactive, and service-oriented candidates for the position of Business and Science Librarian.
Governors State University seeks an innovative, adaptive and collaborative Science Librarian who will engage with science faculty, students and other campus partners to shape a dynamic teaching, learning and research environment. The anticipated start date is January 1, 2017.