[Libs-Or] Jobline 2-3-06
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2/20 Percent for Art Digital Project Librarian, UO, Eugene, OR
2/28 Fund Development Officer, Salem, OR
2/10 Assistant Librarian/Childrens Librarian, Scappoose, OR
2/17 Division Librarian-Readers Services, Beaverton, OR
2/10 Administrative Assistant, Eugene, OR
2/23 Library Division Manager-Readers Services, Tigard, OR
2/9 Volunteer Library Symposium Coordinator Contract, Eugene, OR
2/9 Librarian/Library Manager, Helena, Montana
2/27 Assistant Director for Public Services & Outreach, Pullman, WA
4/3 Visual Resources Librarian, Eugene, OR
3/16 Library Circulation Clerk Part-time, Mount Angel, OR
3/9 Circulation Supervisor, Vancouver, WA
3/2 Library Tech 2 Cataloging Assistant, Monmouth, OR
3/2 University Librarian, Portland, OR
2/10 Library Director, Tillamook, OR
2/10 Variety of Positions Available, Washington
Percent for Art Digital Project Librarian, UO
The University of Oregon s Percent for Art Digital Project Librarian is a
grant-funded position (.85 FTE (34 hours/week)) that will oversee the
development of a digital collection of visual and other materials
documenting the state of Oregon s One Percent for Art program. The position
is located in Metadata and Digital Library Services (MDLS) of the UO Knight
Library, and reports to the Head of MDLS.
For complete job description, see:
Responsibilities include: selecting materials to be digitized for the
Percent for Art digital collection; setting standards and developing
workflows for the digitization of materials and the collection of metadata;
managing other project staff; coordinating the development of the public
interface to the collection; and providing reference service and outreach to
the citizens of the state.
Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited library degree (MLIS); experience
applying international metadata schema and content standards; at least one
year of experience building and maintaining digital collections using the
CONTENTdm digital content management system; experience building or applying
controlled vocabularies in an automated environment; understanding of and
experience with principles of bibliographic control for library resources;
knowledge of digitization standards as developed by the Digital Library
Federation and other international bodies; experience scanning photographs,
slides, and text doing color management using Adobe Photoshop CS2,
Silverfast AI, Nikon Scan, OmniPage Pro and other software. Salary: $29,750
for .85 FTE (34 hours/week). Position will last at least one year, and may
be extended due to grant funding availability. Deadline: 5:00 p.m., Feb.
Apply to: Send (pdf format preferred) cover letter, resume, and contact
info. for four references to: lastamba at uoregon.edu, or fax to Laine
Stambaugh at 541-346-3485. AA/EOE, ADA-compliant institution committed to
Fund Development Officer (half-time)
OREGON STATE LIBRARY, FUND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Part Time .5 FTE SALEM,
OR. We are seeking an enthusiastic customer focused person to implement the
fund development program for State Library services for the blind and
physically handicapped. Education can substitute for some experience.
Compensation range is $1636-2203 per month plus benefits. Application
deadline is 5 pm, February 28, 2006. Complete description and application
procedure available at: http://oregon.gov/OSL/jobs.shtml, or call
503-378-2464. EEO/AA employer committed to work force diversity.
Assistant Librarian/Children's Librarian
The Scappoose Public Library District is seeking an energetic assistant
Librarian/Children's Librarian. Some of the job responsibilities for the
Scappoose Public Library District Assistant Librarian include: Directly
supervise clerks and oversees running of the front desk. Develop and
supervise children's programs. Assist and works under the direction of the
Director with the running of the Scappoose Library.
Educational Requirements: Equivalent to a two-year Associate's Degree in
literature, liberal arts, education or other related field, and two years
experience in library operations, and any satisfactory combination of
experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and
abilities to perform the above duties.
This is a 32-hour per week position. Starting pay is $12.00 an hour.
Excellent benefits include health, dental and disability insurance, PERS
retirement, sick leave and holiday pay. If you have any questions, please
contact Michelle Ritchie at 503-543-7123.
This position will remain open until February 10, 2006. Please submit cover
letter and resume to:
Michelle Ritchie, Director PO Box 400 Scappoose, Or. 97056. EOE.
Division Librarian-Readers Services
SALARY RANGE: $4,229 - $5,668 per month.
ABOUT THE JOB: A Division Librarian manages an assigned library division
including budgeting, selection of materials and supervision of staff. This
position will manage the Readers' Services Division, including the Adult,
Young Adult and Children's sections of the Library.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB: Schedule, assign tasks, review work,
evaluate staff, make hiring decisions; develop division budget and monitor
expenditures; provide effective leadership setting performance standards and
creating an environment in which employees are focused on and produce
excellent quality results and customer service.
TO QUALIFY: Requires a Master's degree in Library Science from an American
Library Association accredited school and four years experience as a
professional librarian in a full service library, including three years in a
readers' services division and two years in a supervisory role. For a
complete job announcement and supplemental questions see our website:
HOW TO APPLY: All interested individuals may apply by submitting a City of
Beaverton application form and supplemental questions to the Human Resources
Department, Beaverton City Hall, 4755 SW Griffith Drive Beaverton, OR 97005.
Applications may be obtained on our website at www.beavertonoregon.gov
The Orbis Cascade Alliance has an opening for an Administrative Assistant.
This position will work in our offices at the University of Oregon Knight
Library in Eugene, Oregon.
The Alliance is a consortium of 33 private and public academic libraries in
Washington and Oregon (www.orbiscascade.org). It is a great organization to
work for with lots of exciting things underway now and planned for the
For more information see a complete job announcement on our website:
http://hr.uoregon.edu/jobs/classified/1823/ or contact John F. Helmer
Executive Director Orbis Cascade Alliance jhelmer at uoregon.edu: 541.346.1835
f: 541.346.1968, 1299 University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon 97403-1299
LIBRARY DIVISION MANAGER-READERS SERVICES
Salary: $4,056 - $5,436 per month plus benefits. The Tigard Public Library
is seeking an enthusiastic team leader to manage the Readers' Services
Division in our new Library! Excellent organizational skills and ability to
promote collaboration throughout the Library and City are desired.
General Statement of Duties: This is a Division Manager position responsible
for managing, directing and organizing activities in the Readers Services
Division, including supervising assigned professional, technical and support
staff. This position also provides highly complex staff assistance to the
Director of Library Services.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Principles, practices and
philosophies of library administration; customer service philosophy and
techniques; knowledge of promotional and public relations techniques;
knowledge of fiscal management practices and procedures; knowledge of the
principles and practices of supervision, training, evaluation, communication
and human resource management; Skill in using electronic media to accomplish
work. Ability to: organize, direct and implement a comprehensive
specialized library program; ability to prepare and administer a budget;
ability to supervise, evaluate, and train staff; ability to research
information and prepare clear and concise reports; ability to perform the
duties of the Director of Library Services as needed; ability to communicate
effectively orally and in writing; establish and maintain cooperative
working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
For a complete job announcement and the Supplemental Questions see our
To Apply: Submit a completed City of Tigard application and responses to
the Supplemental Questions attached to this announcement to: Human
Resources, City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223 no later
than 5:00 PM, Thursday, February 23, 2006.
Volunteer Library Symposium Coordinator Contract
Lane County Volunteer Library Symposium Coordinator Contract amount: $1500
plus an additional $1500 for travel, advertising, and other symposium
expenses. A total of $3000 has been allocated for the symposium by the
Oregon State Library to the Lane Library League as part of an LSTA grant
overseen by the Lane Council of Governments.
Job Description: The contractor will arrange, publicize, and coordinate a
one-day symposium on a Saturday in late April or May 2006 in Lane County,
Oregon that brings together library volunteers and supporters from
throughout the county to learn how to create, run, and improve volunteer
libraries, especially in rural areas unserved by existing libraries.
Duties: The successful contractor will locate a meeting space in Lane
County, set a date, work with the LLL Board to create an agenda, recruit
speakers with LLL Board help, generate publicity, telephone 200 volunteers
from the LLL's extensive database to encourage their attendance, visit four
volunteer libraries in person (in Alvadore, Leaburg, Dexter, and River
Road/Santa Clara), and coordinate at the event itself. The $1500 for
expenses covers travel expenses, advertising costs, name tags, program
printing, hall rental fees (if any), speakers' fees (if any), and
refreshments at the symposium (if any), but should not be used for the
contractor's personal expenses.
Symposium Agenda: The contractor will work with the LLL Board to determine
the specific agenda, but it should include a keynote speaker (perhaps Mary
Kay Dahlgren from the Oregon State Library), a variety of seminars (for
example, Cataloguing for Beginners, Running a Book Sale, Programming for
Children, How to Start a Volunteer Library, Getting Grants and Donations,
Running a Summer Reading Program, Recruiting and Keeping Volunteers, and Why
Convert to a Tax-Supported Library?), and a concluding panel discussion
about the future of Lane County library service, featuring local
Applications: Send resume, references, and a statement of your
qualifications or experience by email to Lane Library League president Bill
Sullivan at sullivan at efn.org by February 9, 2006.
The Montana Department of Transportation has a full-time, permanent
Librarian/Library Manager position available for an energetic individual
interested in living in beautiful Montana. See
http://www.mdt.mt.gov/jobs/scripts/jobextdata.pl?newname=40107.top for more
information on this job and http://mt.gov/ for more information on Montana.
This job closes on 2/9/06.
Please contact Sue Sillick at 406-444-7693 or ssillick at mt.gov for more
Assistant Director for Public Services & Outreach
Notice of Vacancy Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, Washington
Assistant Director for Public Services and Outreach SPECIFIC
The Assistant Director for Public Services and Outreach is responsible for
planning, coordinating, and managing public services, including personnel,
budget, services and facilities, for the WSU Libraries in consonance with
the Libraries' Strategic Plan. The Assistant Director leads the Public
Services and Outreach (PSO) division in sustaining and enhancing a full
range of user-centered services, and in developing a proactive approach to
library services with an emphasis on the integration of emerging
technologies for remote delivery of materials, information, and
instructional services. The Assistant Director promotes a working
environment in which all employees are supported in developing their skills
so that they can contribute to the maximum of their ability, and facilitates
the WSU Libraries' efforts in building an open, collaborative organization.
This full-time, 12-month position reports to the Director of Libraries.
For a complete job announcement refer to our webpage at
SALARY: From $70,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
RANK: Tenured faculty status, Librarian 3 or 4, commensurate with
qualifications and experience. OTHER BENEFITS: Generous benefits package
including TIAA/Cref retirement, medical/dental, and paid leave program.
Please submit a detailed letter of application addressing all stated
qualifications, a complete resume, and complete contact information for
three references to: Bonny L. Boyan Washington State University Libraries
PO Box 645610 Pullman, WA 99164-5610 or by email to:
boyan at wsu.edu. To ensure consideration, please apply by no later than
Monday, February 27, 2006. Washington State University Libraries' Home Page
is: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu. Application materials may be provided in
alternate format by request to boyan at wsu.edu.
Washington State University employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully
authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment
eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service. WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER. Members of ethnic
minorities, women, Vietnam-era or disabled veterans, persons of disability,
and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply.
Visual Resources Librarian, UO
This position plays a leading role in the evolution of image collections at
the University of Oregon. The position is located in the Architecture and
Allied Arts (AAA) Library, a branch of the University of Oregon Libraries,
and reports to the branch head. Primary responsibilities include managing
the Visual Resources Collection, a significant repository whose holdings
number 350,000 slides. Key duties also include supervising 1.0 FTE
classified staff member, providing reference and instructional services,
participating in the librarys collection development program, and
developing tools that increase the usability and visibility of library
For complete description details, please see:
Applications received by 5:00 p.m., April 3, 2006 will receive priority
consideration. Preferred start date is by July 1, 2006.
Please provide your application materials in electronic form (pdf preferred)
and send to lastamba at uoregon.edu. Electronic submissions must be followed by
hard copies with signature. Send cover letter, résumé, and names,
addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of four references to: Ms.
Laine Stambaugh, Director, Library Human Resources, 1299 University of
Oregon Libraries, Eugene, OR 97403-1299. (541) 346-1895; (541) 346-3485
(FAX). The University of Oregon is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employment/ADA-compliant institution strongly committed to cultural
LIBRARY CIRCULATION CLERK PART-TIME
Mount Angel, OR
Responsible for circulation duties at small academic library. Processes
over dues, fines/fees, and reserve books. Manages student workers. Must
enjoy public contact be and 18 years or older. Hours are 8:30 - 1:00
Monday-Friday. Mount Angel Abbey is a Catholic community of Benedictine
monks, located one hour south of Portland, Oregon. The Abbey fulfills a
significant regional mission of spiritual leadership and outreach, including
a nationally recognized undergraduate and graduate Seminary, an active
Retreat House, and a regionally acclaimed Theological Library. The Abbey
offers competitive wages, excellent benefits and an exceptional environment.
Mount Angel Abbey is an equal opportunity employer.
Please send your resume and/or application, salary history and a list of 3
professional references to: Ms. Lynn Morris Director of Human Resources
Mount Angel Abbey One Abbey Drive Saint Benedict, Oregon 97373 Email:
lmorris at mtangel.edu Fax number: (503) 845-3040 If necessary telephone
number: (503) 845-3030.
Library Circulation Supervisor
Closes: (3/9/06) open until filled
The Fort Vancouver Regional Library District is seeking a dynamic and
enthusiastic Circulation Supervisor for its Woodland Community Library.
This job requires four years of library clerical and/or technical
experience; experience as lead worker or supervisor and experience working
with children and young adults is preferred.
Find information about us at http://www.fvrl.org. Employment application,
required questionnaire, and position description are posted at
http://www.fvrl.org/jobs. Open until filled, applicant review begins
Submit cover letter, resume, three references, employment application and
answers to questionnaire to: HR Department Fort Vancouver Regional Library,
1007 E. Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98663 Or via email hr at fvrl.org (include job title in subject
line). Equal Opportunity Employer.
UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND University Librarian
Closes: (3/2/05) open until filled
WILSON W. CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN The University of
Portland http://www.up.edu/ invites applications and nominations for the
position of University Librarian.
The University Librarian reports to the Provost, works closely with the
deans in the college and schools and is responsible for the general welfare
of the library, its faculty and staff. As the director of the Wilson Clark
Memorial Library http://library.up.edu/ this individual will
- Work successfully within a collaborative and collegial environment and
foster this ability in others;
- Understand the mission of a library within a Catholic residential setting,
and have the ability to articulate that vision to others;
- Participate in strategic and tactical planning for the library within the
context of the entire University;
- Formulate, implement, and oversee the budget and all library services; and
- Represent the University in resource sharing and in professional
The successful applicant will possess a MLS from an ALA accredited
institution, an understanding and support of the mission of the University,
and an ambition to provide creative and innovative leadership to library
faculty and staff. Previous administrative experience in a college or
university library is desirable.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three
letters of recommendation, and three additional references to Dr. Zia
Yamayee (yamayee at up.edu). University of Portland, University Librarian
Search Committee, 5000 North Willamette Blvd., Portland, OR 97203-5798 The
position will be available on June 1, 2006. Consideration of applicants will
begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position has been
filled. The University of Portland is an equal opportunity employer and
affirmative action employer.
Closes: (2/10/06) open until filled
Tillamook Bay Community College is recruiting for a Library Director. For a
full job announcement see our website at http://www.tillamookbay.cc
Required Qualifications: masters degree in Library Science or Library and
Information Studies; experience with information technology, including
computer software information access/retrieval systems, catalogs, databases,
and internet and CD-ROM, indexing systems and resources; excellent
communication and customer service skills; knowledge of use of computers,
Microsoft office software, and course software; experience as a reference
To apply: applicants should submit a TBCC application along with the
following: a letter of application addressing each of the required and
preferred qualifications, a resume, unofficial copies of college
transcripts, and a one-page paper addressing your philosophy of student
service in a library setting. Send or deliver the application packet to:
Tillamook Bay Community College, Attn: Human Resources, 2510 First St.,
Tillamook, OR 97141. Website: http://www.tillamookbay.cc/employ_app.html. If
you have questions, please contact Dr. Lori Gates, 503-842-8222, ext. 133 or
gates at TillamookBay.cc.
Variety of Positions Available
Closes: (2/10/06) open until filled
Please visit www.sno-isle.org for current employment opportunities. An
application may be printed and completed for submission by 5 p.m. on the
closing date via mail or fax for the following positions:
Librarian Substitute, East Region Libraries. Job 0579 Open Until Filled.
Public Services Assistant III - Children's Liaison, Mountlake Terrace
Library. Job 0593 closes 11/22/05. 32 hours per week plus benefits.
Public Services Assistant I - Lynnwood Library. Job 0591 closes 11/22/05.
40 hours per week plus benefits.
Public Services Assistant I - Lynnwood Library. Job 0592 closes 11/22/05.
28 hours per week plus benefits.
Public Services Assistant I Substitute - East Region Libraries. Job 0589
Sno-Isle Libraries is an equal opportunity employer.
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