Friday, June 23, 2017

Rodgers Memorial Library - Technology Librarian



POSITION AVAILABLE
George H. & Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library
Hudson, NH

Position Title: Technology Librarian (Full Time)
The Rodgers Memorial Library is seeking a library technologist ready to work with our fabulous staff and patrons to keep our library and services moving forward in a digital world.  New library school graduates are encouraged to apply.
Duties:  Responsible for implementing and maintaining library technology (including software, hardware, network, Website and use of social media) as well as identifying trends, products, and resources for the continued development and effective use of technology within our library.  The librarian provides technological support for library users and staff through both formal and informal instruction, print and electronic guides.  As a member of the professional staff, the librarian is an integral part of the library services team, contributing to library decision-making and serving as a key resource within the library.  Also coordinates with a part-time Systems Administrator, manages special projects as assigned and performs other related tasks as needed.

Qualifications
 
Required:
·       Bachelor's degree or higher.
·       Knowledge of library operations and service requirements.
·       Working knowledge of a wide variety of information technology applications including Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Springshare LibApps.
·       Proficiency in HTML, CSS and familiarity with Javascript, PHP or other programming/scripting languages.
·       Knowledge of web design, web standards and content management.
·       Familiarity with PC-based applications software and an interest and ability to acquire new technology skills as needed.
·       Must possess excellent customer service skills and enjoy working with people in a collaborative environment.
Preferred:
·       Master’s degree in Library/Information Science or advanced library science coursework from an ALA accredited program.
·       1-3 years public library experience.
·       Programming experience.
·       Proficiency with Wordpress.
·       Familiarity with administering Linux, Windows Server, and Microsoft Exchange.
·       Experience administering an ILS, especially Evergreen.
·       Experience with networks and networking.
·       Knowledge of SQL and relational databases.

Closing Date:
July 15, 2017 or until filled
Salary: $37,440 to start DOE, 40 hours per week, occasional evening and weekend hours.
To Apply:  Send resume and a letter of interest to Charlie Matthews, Library Director, charliematthews@rodgerslibrary.org

Merrimack Public Library, Head of Adult Services/eResources



Merrimack Public Library
Head of Adult Services/eResources (Librarian II) – Full-time
The Head of Adult Services is responsible for all aspects of  the Adult Services Department including: planning adult events and classes, overseeing the maintenance and development of the print and digital collections including: reference, periodicals, Adult Services/Reference professional collection, electronic databases; promoting these services and resources to meet the needs of the community; providing traditional and computer related reference services to meet the information needs of the community; overseeing and developing the Library’s Makerspace offerings, including a 3D Printer. This individual participates in the management team and consortium committees, supervises part-time staff, and shares responsibility on public service desks.

The complete job description can be viewed at: http://merrimacklibrary.org/employment

Qualifications:  ALA-accredited Masters Degree in Library Science required; experience with the consortium’s current ILS and other computer applications helpful; public library experience helpful; supervisory experience preferred.

Compensation and benefits:
The annual salary depends on experience and qualifications; benefits include excellent medical and dental package with participation in the NH Retirement System.

How to Apply:
Application deadline July 22, 2017.
Please forward cover letter, resumé and three references to via USPS or email to:

Yvette Couser, Director
Merrimack Public Library
470 Daniel Webster Highway
Merrimack, NH 03054


Website: www.merrimacklibrary.org

Library Clerk-Technical Services, Haverhill Public Library



Performs all duties related to the Processing of library materials as needed including: labeling, stamping, covering, and any other handling required. Knowledge and experience with RDA, Dewey Decimal Classification, Library of Congress Subject Headings, and MARC format to catalog a variety of materials is a major plus.  Will work regular shifts at the circulation desk and should be comfortable with the circulation of library materials including checkouts, checkins, renewals, patron registration, reserves, and collection of fines and fees. May be asked to fill in at the Youth Services desk. Represents the library in a pleasant and helpful manner in all aspects of work.
This is a 30 hour position with benefits, available due to an impending retirement. This position is ideal for someone starting out in the library field looking to gain valuable hands on experience.
Qualifications
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelors Degree
Previous library experience , 1-3 years

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND DESIRABLE ABILITIES:
1. Ability to meet people easily and get along well with others.
2. Ability to express oneself clearly, concisely and pleasantly in the English language both orally, in person and over the phone, and in writing.
3. Ability to handle minute detail and repetitive tasks.
4. Accurate typing and word processing skills.
5. Ability to learn new skills quickly.
6. Ability to handle situations with tact, courtesy, initiative, resourcefulness, good judgment and punctuality.
7. Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision.
8. Ability to work quickly and efficiently, meet deadlines, and stay organized.
Full/Part Time: Part Time
Education: BA/BS
Salary: $20,901.27-23,598.51 steps on union/city pay scale
Closing Date: Open Until Filled, Priority Given to Applications Received by July 14th
How to Apply:
Send resume and letter of interest to:
Sarah Moser, Director*Haverhill Public Library*99 Main Street Haverhill, MA 01830
Please email: smoser@haverhillpl.org, do not call about this job


Thursday, June 22, 2017

Information Analyst, The MITRE Corporation, Bedford, MA

Information Analyst, The MITRE Corporation, Bedford, MA
Full-Time

Children's Library Assistant, Josiah Carpenter Library



Job title: Children’s Library Assistant
Josiah Carpenter Library
41 Main Street
Pittsfield, NH 03263
Att: Leslie Vogt, Director
Duties:  Plan and execute year-round library programs for children ages preschool through 6th grade.  Encourage library use through creative promotion of services.  Assist with circulation, patron services, shelving materials and development of the children’s collection. 
Qualifications:  Ability to plan and implement children’s programs.  Demonstrate previous experience working with children and families, and be a team member with ability to maintain a professional and courteous demeanor.  Ability to communicate effectively, use a database and be able to bend, reach and lift up to a maximum of 30 lbs.
Hours & compensation:  Twelve hours per week; starting compensation will be $12.00 -$13.00/hr based on experience.   Desired start date July 31, 2017.
How to apply: Submit cover letter and resume to Leslie Vogt, Director; Josiah Carpenter Library, 41 Main Street, Pittsfield, NH 03263 or email  Librarydirector.jcl@gmail.com

Josiah Carpenter library is an equal opportunity employer.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Part-time Library Assistant, North Hampton Public



North Hampton Public Library is looking for a permanent, part-time library assistant to work 15-20 hours per week, including some evenings and Saturdays. Besides working at the circulation desk, creativity and experience with website content and management using Wordpress is desired, as well as experience with Microsoft Office. Ability to multi-task, the desire to develop new skills, and the ability to learn the library operating system are essential.  Must have flexibility with scheduling, self-motivation, and strong communication and customer service skills. Required to lift, move, drive, bend and reach. $13.50/hr.  For full job description go to: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IKgjEPoNywEjpOITagWcaWhNLWwfkO4LPwp2r7-Nc8U/edit?usp=sharing.  Send résumé with references to nhpldirector@gmail.com.