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The Champaign Public Library is seeking a positive, energetic and creative person to lead services for teens and preteens. Help create a teen friendly atmosphere in our busy Main Library.
The Champaign Public Library is seeking an energetic, friendly, innovative individual dedicated to inspiring a love of reading and learning in children to be our Children’s Services Manager. This position sets the course for our service to children, parents, caregivers, and teachers and ensures that the library plays a vital role in early literacy and education for children in our community. Duties include supervision of staff, program planning, collection development, and budget management.
Responsible for assisting the Library Director in the planning, organization, supervision, development and administration of all library services, personnel, operations and programs. Assumes the duties of the Library Director in his/her absence. Is directly responsible for personnel administration and the children's and teen services ensuring operational and budget efficiency. Assists in personnel selection. Directly supervises and schedules training for all personnel.
Courier Drivers are a critical component to the provision of customer service. These positions sort and deliver books and other library materials to and from member libraries. Courier Driver services are provided Mondays through Fridays.
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Are you an experienced public library leader and manager with a passion for working collaboratively and a talent for administration? Mount Prospect Public Library (Illinois) has an excellent opportunity for a visionary leader to help shape the future of library services in conjunction with the Executive Director, Deputy Director Strategic Operations and Deputy Director Business Operations, along with a very talented management team. Consider bringing your expertise and experience to Mount Prospect Public as the Deputy Director Library Operations. Position will provide leadership and supervision of select department managers, will work with leadership to direct and administer library operations effectively, and will plan and work on major initiatives. The successful candidate will fully embrace the Library’s core service values and support organizational culture.
Wood River Public Library, Wood River, IL, is seeking a dynamic Director with a strong focus on community involvement, programming, and a willingness to continually work to improve the library and its role in the community. The full-time director will oversee all daily operations of the library and work with Board, staff, and community to develop innovative services and events. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, working knowledge of Illinois Library laws and standards, experience working with budgets, and the ability to foster a team environment. Must meet residency requirements.
The Board of Trustees of the Morris Area Public Library District seeks a dedicated and dynamic leader to serve as Library Director.
Located just an hour from downtown Chicago, the community of Morris offers small-town charm with easy access to the greater Chicago area. Morris has been called a “Norman Rockwell” type of town, known for its strong community spirit, thriving downtown and year-round recreational opportunities.
McKendree University seeks a dynamic, innovative librarian for the position of Reference and Instruction Librarian. Qualified candidates will possess a desire to teach information literacy skills in a changing technological environment and provide reference services to a diverse group of students, faculty and staff.
The Lincoln Library is seeking an individual to plan and direct the operation of Children’s Services; coordinate and present activities while planning and recommending appropriate new services; and assume system wide responsibility for establishing standards for Children’s Services. Position requires a Master’s degree in Library Science, three years of professional library service and one year of supervisory experience. Weekend and evening work hours are required.