[Libs-Or] Jobline 12-3-04
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12/3 Library Assistant, Cornelius, OR
12/10 Library Director, Coer dAlene, ID
12/10 Principal Executive Manager D, Salem, OR
12/20 Library District Project Manager, La Grande, OR
1/3 Director of Library Services, Portland, OR
1/15 Youth Services Librarian/Specialist, Klamath Falls, OR
2/26 Library Specialist, Portland, OR
3/3 Trainer/Librarian, Aurora, CO
Union County Library District Project Manager
La Grande, OR
Responsibilities. The purpose of the position is to administer the Library
Services Technology Act (LSTA) Union County Library District Project. The
person hired for this position will facilitate the development of
excellent, cost-effective library service in Union County utilizing
information gathered from two years of fact-finding: to expose the 24,000
residents to a demonstration of two of the most requested services based on
survey results [enrichment programs for youth and outreach services to
seniors]; to recommend a budget that would sustain high-level, integrated
services; and to develop a library district proposal to bring to voters in
Position Period: Limited duration: As soon as available after January 1,
2005 - December 31, 2005. Possible renewal for one additional year,
dependent on grant approval.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree with library experience is required with
preference given to applicants with an Masters of Library Science (MLS) from
an American Library Association (ALA) accredited school or a library
management certificate and project administration .
Starting Salary: $37,440 for 12 months [contractual / no benefits; prorated
based on start date]
Application Procedures: Interested candidates must submit a letter of
application, resume and a list of three professional references with
telephone numbers and e-mail addresses, if available. Application material
may be submitted either by mail, fax, or email. Review of applications will
begin on Monday, December 20, 2004. Applications will be accepted until
position is filled.
Submit materials to: Union County, Administrative Offices, 1106 K Avenue, La
Grande OR 97850, Ph.: 541-963-1001, Fax: 541-963-1079,
mperkins at union-county.org. AA/EOE employer.
Director of Library Services, Portland Community College
Closing date: 1/3/05
The Director of Library Services directs and oversees all PCC libraries and
associated facilities and services, including the three main campus
libraries, four centers, Columbia Gorge, Tillamook Bay, Klamath and other
PCC sites. Responsibilities include management of library staff, long and
short range strategic planning, oversight of all services, operations and
facilities, and acquisition of books, journals, computer equipment and
software and other materials and supplies. Master's degree in Library
Science from an American Library Association accredited institution
required. Additionally, five years of responsible, professional
management-level experience in an academic library system is required. Open
until filled. For best consideration, apply by January 3, 2005. For complete
position details and to apply, visit our online job opportunities,
http://jobs.pcc.edu or call (503) 978-5857. PCC is an AA/EEO Institution.
The Garden Home Community Library is a small, busy library providing library
services to children and adults in a recently expanded library within the
Garden Home Recreation Center. Our 18,000 item collection includes books,
DVDs, magazines and special sections for young children, school age readers,
parenting and popular fiction and non-fiction. We pride ourselves on
providing a warm, inviting place for adults and children.
Responsible for collection development for childrens and youth areas,
including selection, purchasing, receiving and coordinating processing of
books (including graphic novels and anime) and media.
Responsible for cataloging of materials using OCLC, CATME and Polaris.
Trains staff in copy cataloging and creating new item records. With Youth
Service assistant, plans, present and/or supervises Summer Reading Program.
With library board members, coordinates, plans and implements all phases of
library publicity. Attends meetings at county level as assigned. Other
duties may include assisting at circulation desk and story time
presentations. Represents and manages the library in directors absence.
Bachelors degree and three years public library experience with a thorough
knowledge of current library procedures, practices and philosophy.
Experience with cataloging (OCLC) and circulation systems (Polaris
preferred), Microsoft Office and Printshop. Experience working with children
in a library setting. Ability to work both independently and as part of the
library team. This position reports directly to the Library Director.
This is a full time position. May include occasional evening and Saturday
shifts. The starting salary for this position is $31,500 -35,500 annually
with health and dental benefits and a Simple IRA savings incentive matching
plan. Please submit cover letter and resume to Library Director at Garden
Home Community Library, 7475 SE Oleson Rd, Portland OR 97223 or email to:
Ghcl.apply at comcast.net This position will be open until filled.
LIBRARY SUPPORT SPECIALIST I (Part Time)
The City of Cornelius has an opening for a part-time Library Support
Specialist I. This individual will be scheduled to work primarily Saturdays
and evenings and will be asked to fill in at other times. The starting pay
rate is $15.48 per hour. A high school diploma or equivalent is required.
Completion of one to two years of college, Spanish language ability, general
office skills and previous library experience are preferred. Bilingual
(Spanish/English) applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Application
packets may be obtained at Cornelius City Hall at 1355 North Barlow Street
in Cornelius, by calling City Hall at (503) 357-9112, or on the citys
website at www.ci.cornelius.or.us. Completed packets must include the City
of Cornelius application, cover letter, resume, supplemental questions and
be received by City Hall by 5pm, Friday, December 3rd in order to be
We are looking for applicants who meet most or all of the following
o Bilingual (English and Spanish)
o Local resident (preferably Cornelius)
o Customer Service Experience
o Familiarity with computers (Internet, database entry, Windows)
o Friendly, energetic and outgoing
o Ability to read, write and speak well
o Flexible and reliable
Youth Services Librarian/Specialist
Klamath Falls, OR
OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION
Under the direction of the County Library Director, is responsible for the
supervision and operation of the Youth Service Department at the Main
Library in Klamath Falls. Responsible for communicating and advising staff
of official policies and objectives. Understands the functions and assists
in all areas of the Library System such as reference or circulation
Supervises and evaluates the performance of a youth services library of
approximately 2 FTE. Develops training and work improvement programs,
instructs staff in the performance of their duties, assigns duties, sets
schedules, resolves conflicts, ensures a high quality of customer service,
etc. Consults with Library Director on all matters including hiring, firing,
promotion, and demotion.
Writes, revises and updates the manuals for the assigned department.
Responsible for inventory and control of library materials, equipment and
supplies in the youth services department. Organizes and maintains an
attractive and efficient departmental work area. Consults with the Director
for the purpose of the arrangement of library materials for public access.
Responsible for correspondence and communication with public and staff
necessary to accomplish the mission and goals of the assigned department.
Provides direct assistance to patrons in the use of library materials,
understanding library policies and procedures, and accessing library
services; also assists impaired patrons by locating materials suitable for
Keeps abreast of library policies and procedures, professional literature
and reviews; knowledgeable of current trends and programs that would impact
department operations; able to use and manipulate software programs used in
the department; makes suggestions and passes on input to the Director;
participates in projects that enhance the operations and usage of the entire
Suggests procedural and program changes for the branches through
participation in staff meetings/workshops and direct consultation with the
Director. Plans and implements new and continuing programs for the
Keeps track of the expenditure of funds for personnel, materials, and
services for the branches; assists the Director in determining departmental
expenditures and establishing an annual budget. Regularly reads reviews for
books and other library materials. Selects and evaluates materials for
addition or withdrawal from collection, such as books, magazines and
Requires a Masters Degree in Library Science or a Bachelor's Degree in
Library Science or related field with three years of progressive library
experience and a thorough knowledge of current procedures, practices and
EXCELLENT BENEFITS & COMPENSATION
This is full-time position with the Klamath County Library Department. The
starting salary for this position is $2,586 to $2,950 per month, with future
increases up to a current maximum of $3,366 per month. This position is
classified as Exempt by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and, therefore,
is not eligible for overtime pay. For more information on benefits, visit us
on-line at www.co.klamath.or.us or call our 24-hour Job Information Hotline
at (541) 883-4188.
APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS
To apply, return a completed Klamath County Employment Application. When
applying, please reference job number 04-102-1322. This position is
considered open until filled. Application materials are available from
Klamath County Human Resources Department located in the Government Center,
Room 216, 305 Main Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601-6332. Our telephone
number is (541) 883-4296 or toll-free (888) 339-KCHR. Our facsimile number
is (541) 883-4270. You may submit your application in person, fax or
electronic mail to HR at co.klamath.or.us. The selection process will consist
of a review and evaluation of the knowledge and skills on the applications
and resumes submitted. The best-qualified applicants, as determined by
Klamath County, will be considered for employment.
For additional information, visit us on-line at www.co.klamath.or.us or call
our 24-hour Job Information Hotline at (541) 883-4188. Klamath County
enforces a drug free work place. Successful applicants will be required to
submit to a pre-employment drug screening.
PRINCIPAL EXECUTIVE/MANAGER D
(Program Manager for Talking Book and Braille Services)
$3720 - $5486 MONTHLY
The Oregon State Library is recruiting to fill the position of Program
Manager for Talking Book and Braille Services. The Talking Book and Braille
Services program provides a wide variety of reading materials in recorded or
Braille formats for an estimated 50,000 Oregonians that have limited vision
or other disabilities which prevent them from being able to use conventional
books or other printed materials. Currently, about 6,700 Oregonians are
registered borrowers and about 400 institutions receive deposit collections
of materials. In the 2003-2005 biennium the Talking Books and Braille
Services program will have a staff totaling 10.25 FTE employees. The program
budget is approximately $1.4 million for the biennium. In the last fiscal
year circulation totaled over 345,000 books and other materials. The staff
is organized as a team that is afforded a high degree of autonomy in
carrying out their day to day work. The team has a coordinator who receives
additional pay to coordinate the day-to-day production. The State Library
has been a team-based organization since 1994. Further information about the
Oregon State Library is available at www.oregon.gov/OSL/
Your cover letter and detailed resume will be reviewed to verify that you
meet the qualifications stated in this section. To receive credit, your
resume must clearly document that you have:
1. Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or
professional-level work relating to the provision of library services. This
experience must have included at least two years of supervision and
management of a program section, or unit which included: a) development of
program rules and policies, b) development of long-and short-range goals and
plans, c) program evaluation, and d) budget preparation.
2. A Bachelor's degree or courses in a field related to management,
such as Business or Public Administration, or a field related to the program
of the employing agency, may be substituted for up to three years of the
required experience, but will not substitute for the two years of
specialized experience. In the work history section of your application,
you must clearly describe your experience in each of the a), b), c), d)
areas listed. Failure to provide this information may result in eliminating
your application from further consideration.
The outstanding candidate will have an American Library Association (ALA)
accredited Master of Library Science degree.
Your background must have provided you with the knowledge, skills and
abilities to effectively carry out the essential duties and responsibilities
of this position.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Major duties and responsibilities of this position include:
Manages all Talking Book and Braille Services (TBABS) functions, including:
the machine lending agency, the volunteer program, collection development,
eligibility, loan of books, magazines, and equipment in a manner consistent
with federal law and national standards; monitors fund raising activities
and the TBABS donation fund.
Communicates agency mission, interprets higher level decisions, clarifies
program priorities, identifies present and future resources, and works with
both teams to set needed results, and develop objectives, strategies and
timelines for achieving goals and outcomes developed in conjunction with:
patrons, the library community, the State Librarian, the TBABS Advisory
Council, and the State Library Board of Trustees.
Tracks overall team results and evaluates the quality of services provided
through development of measures, review of reports and statistical data, and
conferences with reporting staff; coordinates activities with other agencies
or divisions thereof in areas of mutual concern in order to ensure
compliance with established policies, objectives, program priorities and
applicable laws, rules and regulations; reviews information from users of
agency services and interested community and professional groups in order to
determine what improvements are needed.
Performs supervisory functions for the programs by participating in the
interviewing, selecting and training of new staff; by managing individual
employee performance through accepted performance management principles and
practices; by managing team performance through accepted team leadership,
performance management and staff development principles and practices; by
hearing and resolving employee grievances; and by recommending or initiating
personnel actions such as promotions, transfers, or disciplinary action in
order to ensure adequate and competent staffing for the programs.
Provides policy guidance for both programs by facilitating analysis of all
pertinent issues and information regarding the impact of a proposed policy
on the provision of services to target populations; directs the process of
determining the resources necessary to implement such policy in order to
ensure the efficient and effective provision of services.
Participates in the preparation of biennial and interim budget requests for
the programs by using the principles and practices of budgeting and program
management to project resource needs and prepare required documentation for
incorporation in the agency's budget request.
Represents and speaks for the State Library at national, regional and state
library association meetings, and other library-related meetings.
THE APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Cover letters, resumes and responses to the 3 exam questions will be
evaluated by a screening committee. Based on this evaluation, the most
suitable applicants will be invited to interview. Final appointment will be
made by the State Librarian.
To apply for this position you must:
1. Provide a completed and signed Applicant Information Form by 5:00 pm
on the closing date, Friday, December 10, 2005;
2. attach a cover letter of not more than one page;
3. attach your answers to the exam questions, not to exceed three pages
total, stating how your knowledge (understanding of principles gained by
education, experience or training), and skills (competencies gained through
experience or training) relate to this position; AND
4. attach a detailed resume that includes the names, addresses and
phone numbers of three professional references;
5. keep a copy of your application materials for future reference.
Copies of Applicant Information Form and job announcement can be obtained
1. Online from links on the State Library Job Opportunities Website:
2. In hard copy or e-mail from the State Library administrative office
by calling Robin Speer at (503)378-4243, ext. 221.
3. The job announcement can also be seen on the State of Oregon jobs
page at: www.oregonjobs.org;
To receive credit for Veteran's preference points, a copy of your DD214 Form
must be attached to your Applicant Information Form.
If you have a disability and need an alternative format of the announcement,
or if you have questions about the application process, you may contact
Robin Speer, Personnel Assistant, by phone at (503) 378-4243, Ext. 221, or
by e-mail at robin.d.speer at state.or.us
You must respond to each of the following questions individually and
completely. Use a separate sheet of paper not to exceed three pages total.
Number your responses to correspond with the items. Explain or describe any
experience and training related to each item. Your score will be based upon
1. The person in this position is responsible for managing the direct
statewide delivery of library services to over 6,700 blind and print
disabled Oregonians. Describe how your background has provided you with
expertise in the fields of management and library science that will allow
you to effectively plan, budget, organize, lead and evaluate the provision
of talking book and Braille services.
2. The person in this position will serve as a Program Manager for an
10 person work team and will need to use effective group leadership,
performance management, employee relations and communication skills. Explain
how your experience and background has equipped you to supervise and lead
teams of employees, and to communicate effectively, orally and in writing,
within the agency and with customers, community partners and stakeholders.
3. Talking book libraries across the U.S. are looking forward to being
able to offer digital talking books to their users in a few years. What do
you see as some of the most important management issues we will face in
making the transition from cassette talking books to digital talking books
and what would your approach be to dealing with these issues?
Submit application materials BY 5:00 PM, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2004 TO:
Robin Speer, Personnel Assistant
Oregon State Library
250 Winter St. NE, Salem, Oregon 97301-3950
Phone: (503) 378-4243, Ext. 221.
e-mail: Robin.D.Speer at state.or.us, FAX: (503) 585-8059
THE OREGON STATE LIBRARY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
EMPLOYER COMMITTED TO CULTURAL DIVERSITY
JOBS OUTSIDE STATE OF OREGON
Bibliographical Center for Research (BCR), a library services network
serving libraries in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Nevada, Montana,
Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming, seeks an innovative, dynamic
trainer/librarian. The trainer/librarian will be responsible for providing
training and technical support for OCLC and other systems, developing
training materials and writing technical articles. This position is based at
BCRs Aurora, Colorado Offices but includes travel in the Western United
States. Required are an ALA accredited MLS, two years post-MLS library
experience, one year recent, intensive experience with OCLC Resource
Sharing/ILL. Highly desirable qualifications are knowledge of resource
sharing practices and national protocols, document delivery services and
reference databases. Familiarity with OCLC FirstSearch, local library
systems, PCs, Internet and WWW also needed. Formal experience teaching or
training and/or experience working in library consortia is a plus. Good
interpersonal, writing and public speaking skills.
Starting salary is $44,000, negotiable. The compensation package includes
possible incentives, consulting fees, and annual salary adjustments. Liberal
staff development funding, pleasant working environment and an excellent
benefit package are provided. The position is available immediately but will
remain open until the appropriate candidate is found. See
www.bcr.org/about/recruiting/ for the job description. Send application,
resume, names of three references to Joyce Hillshafer, BCR, 14394 East Evans
Avenue, Aurora, CO 80014. E-mail: jhillsha at bcr.org. Fax: (303) 751-9787.
Coer dAlene, ID
Community: The City of Coeur dAlene (pop. 35,000+), a rapidly growing area
in North Idaho, is located in the Idaho Panhandle between Washington and
Montana. Coeur dAlene is a resort city on the northern shore of scenic Lake
Coeur dAlene. In addition to the natural beauty and waterfront beaches and
trails of the city, there are numerous lakes within 50 miles providing
beaches for swimming and boat ramps for water access. Local, state and
federal parks are nearby for camping and hiking, and five major winter-ski
areas are within 60 miles. Spokane, Washington, which is 33 miles west of
Coeur dAlene, offers additional cultural amenities such as a symphony
orchestra, Broadway productions and award winning live theater.
Position Summary: Operation of a City library is governed by a Library
Board of Trustees, appointed by the Mayor and City Council, who meet
regularly and establish policy and procedure for the delivery of library
service as required by Idaho Code, Title 33, Chapter 26 Public Libraries.
The Board of Trustees appoints the librarys Director, who serves at the
will of the Board and also functions as a department head who works in
cooperation with the Mayor and Council and other city department heads.
The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform professional
administrative work in the management, coordination, organization and
promotion of the programs and services of the City Library. The Library
Director reports to the Library Board of Trustees and works in cooperation
with the City Administrator, but considerable latitude is granted for the
exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The principal duties of
the position are performed in a general office environment.
Wages And Benefits: Starting annual salary is $56,077, plus excellent
benefits package, family health and dental insurance available. Membership
in PERSI (State Retirement) is required.
Residency: City employees are required to establish and maintain residency
in Kootenai County, Idaho. Relocation within the first six (6) months of
employment is preferred; required residency must be completed before end of
probation is approved.
Drug Testing: A successful completion of drug testing is a condition of
Acceptable Experience and Training: ALA accredited Masters degree in
Library Science or related
Degree; and five (5) years experience in library administration to include
supervisory and budget preparation; or
any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the
knowledge and ability necessary to
perform the work.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Management and supervisory principles, methods and techniques;
Principles, methods and practices of library administration;
Budget development and administration;
Fundraising practices and procedures, including grant writing;
Reader interest levels and community interests to evaluate Library
collection for balance and scope.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with Board
members, volunteers, staff, other City departments, the general public, etc.
Direct and lead a strong professional staff, facilitate professional
growth, and motivate and inspire coordinated team effort;
Represent the Library and the City at professional library meetings
and various functions;
Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy
and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines;
Develop short and long-term plans and objectives under the
directives and approval of the Library Board for the Librarys progress and
Assess community library needs and desires;
Research innovations in library science policies, procedures, legal
issues and technological advances;
Administer, plan and implement projects and programs including bond
issues and new facility needs;
Operate a personal computer using program applications appropriate
to assigned duties;
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, before large
public groups and other employees;
Elicit community and civic organizational support for Library
programs and services;
Establish and maintain an active working relationship with the
educational community, social service agencies, civic, community groups and
with other libraries.
Examples of Work
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Plan, organize, supervise and manage all aspects of the Library;
Prepare, justify and monitor the Library budget;
Meet and confer with Library staff, particularly work area
supervisors, to assign and coordinate work activities, projects, and
programs, to resolve issues, and to address patron requests;
Serve as liaison to Foundation & Friends Organizations;
Handle current and potential emergencies related to the safety of
public, staff, and facility;
Assist and advise Board in policy creation, long range planning,
conflict resolution and document preparation;
Perform administrative duties including but not limited to
recordkeeping, preparing reports for City, State and Federal agencies;
Determine program and service needs and develop new ones as needed;
Develop, recommend and direct the implementation of Library goals
and objectives, policies and procedures;
Evaluate existing services;
Establish and maintain relationships with state and local leaders
Participate in the activities of professional and community
Participate with Library consortiums at an administrative level;
Promote public awareness of the Library and its programs through
public speaking engagements, promotional documents, press releases and
interaction with media contacts;
Respond to requests for information on services from the general
Select, train and evaluate Library personnel;
Perform all work duties and activities in accordance with City
policies, procedures and safety practices;
Determine and develop new services for patrons with special needs;
Recommend ongoing maintenance and growth of Library building and
grounds as needed;
Serve on Executive Administrative Team to establish goals and
direction of the city.
Other Duties and Responsibilities
Participate in special projects in cooperation with the
Administration, Mayor and Council and various sub-committees;
Perform other related duties as required.
Essential Physical Abilities
Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication
capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the
employee to communicate effectively with the public in person or on the
Sufficient vision or other powers of observation, with or without
reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to review and prepare a
variety of written documents;
Sufficient manual dexterity with or without reasonable
accommodation, which permits the employee to operate computer equipment and
other office equipment;
Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, with or without
reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to work in a general
library and office environment.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants meeting the qualification requirements
are invited to submit a completed City of Coeur d'Alene Employment
Application to the Human Resources Office, City Hall, 710 Mullan, Coeur
d'Alene, ID 83814. Application deadline is 5p.m., Friday, December 10,
2004. Applications will be screened, and those applicants with the most
appropriate qualifications will be invited for further testing. If you
would like to request a reasonable accommodation for the recruitment process
due to a disability, please provide a written request and submit with your
City of Coeur d'Alene application.
City of Coeur d'Alene website: www.cdaid.org
Coeur dAlene Public Library website: http://www.cdalibrary.org/home.asp
THE CITY OF COEUR D'ALENE INVITES APPLICATIONS FROM ALL QUALIFIED
INDIVIDUALS AND DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR,
NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, SEX, AGE, OR DISABILITY.
LIBRARY COMPUTER SERVICES COORDINATOR
External Recruitment: This recruitment is open to all candidates who meet
the minimum qualifications.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
As the principal assistant to the Washington State Law Librarian, the
Library Computer Services Coordinator is responsible for a variety of
administrative matters and projects. This position will provide
administrative support for maintaining and developing the law librarys
portion of Innovative Interfaces (III) as well as the development and
delivery of data processing systems and user support functions. The
position is responsible for the information technology requirements for the
Law Library, including maintenance of online catalog, database assistance
and computer training. The incumbent in this position will be delegated the
authority to act independently, exercising independent judgment for assigned
areas of responsibility. The incumbent will perform complex duties in
support of functional operations of the Sate Law Library.
major preferred, AND three (3) years of experience to include two (2) years
of information technology. An equivalent combination of training and
experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills and abilities may be
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
$32,544 to $41,520 (Range 45). Medical/Dental, Life Insurance, and Long Term
Disability Insurance programs. Paid Vacation and Sick Leave. State
Call (360) 357-2408 for an application packet. Submit résumé and completed
application to the Employee Services Section, AOC, 1206 Quince Street SE, PO
Box 41170, Olympia, WA 98504-1170.
Please Note: Application packets will not be accepted by the Law Library.
Persons of disability needing assistance in the application process or
those needing this job announcement in an alternative format, may call (360)
705-5289 or the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf at 1-800-833-6388.
CLOSING DATE: Application packets must be received by 5:00 p.m. on November
The Washington State Law Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women,
racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, disabled veterans,
Vietnam era veterans, and persons over 40 years of age are encouraged to
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