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Librarian (Part-time) - SBC Collinsville

Job Description

Maintain library collections of books, serial publications, documents, multimedia, and other materials, and assist groups and individuals in locating and obtaining materials by performing the following duties:

  • Furnish information on library activities, facilities, rules, and services
  • Describe or demonstrates procedures for navigating the public access catalog or electronic resources, such as CD-ROM databases
  • Search files, reference shelves, and computerized information systems to locate requested information
  • Order issues and receives materials for circulation or for use in library, and supervises preparation of received materials
  • Assemble, arrange, and maintain reference and circulation materials
  • Answer correspondence on special reference subjects 
  • Prepare or assists in preparation of budget and financial reports 
  • Investigate technologies that will improve service

Mentor (Project Next Generation) - Champaign Public Library, Douglass Branch - Search Extended

POSITION:

MENTOR - Search Extended

PROJECT: Project Next Generation (Douglass Branch Library)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Project Next Generation is a state-sponsored mentoring program for at-risk youth.
DUTIES: Project Mentors assist sixth – eighth grade students in developing technical skills and life skills using computers, digital cameras and other up-to-date equipment in a variety of projects and activities.

 

Head Librarian - Lumpkin Library, Blackburn College (Carlinville)

Blackburn College, a unique liberal arts college with a student-managed work program, seeks an exceptional and innovative library professional to serve as Head of the Lumpkin Library.  The successful candidate will lead the Library in continuing to provide outstanding services in support of the academic mission of the College.  He or she will bring a high level of experience and understanding of the challenges facing academic libraries and have a demonstrated commitment to excellence in liberal arts education.

Library Executive Director – Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, WI

Mead Public Library in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, seeks a strong and enthusiastic leader to serve as Library Executive Director. Sheboygan is a scenic harbor community located on the shores of Lake Michigan, about an hour north of Milwaukee. Please visit www.johnkeister.com/library/meadlibrary for details and to apply.

Biosciences Librarian - UIUC

Biosciences Librarian
Assistant or Associate Professor of University Library
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Position available immediately. This is a 100%, twelve-month, tenure-system appointment.

 

Position Description:

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library seeks an innovative and service-oriented individual to provide subject expertise to support undergraduate and graduate-level instruction and research in biological sciences, biotechnology, and bioengineering fields.  The Biosciences Librarian will serve as part of a team of librarians providing research support to the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS); Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES); and Engineering.  The incumbent will work with researchers in several departments and research centers including the Beckman Institute, the Institute for Genomic Biology, the School of Integrative Biology, the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, the Department of Bioengineering, Illinois Natural History Survey, and others engaged in biological research or instruction.  The incumbent will report to the head of the Funk (ACES) Library and have office space in both the Funk and Grainger Engineering Libraries. The successful candidate will establish collection priorities, provide information and instructional services, engage in data and research services, and develop expanded library services related to bioscience subject areas.

Project Manager, Preservation and Conservation Program - UIUC

PROJECT MANAGER
PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION PROGRAM

Visiting Academic Professional (2 year grant position)
University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign

Position Available:  This position is available as soon as possible.  This is a 100% time, two year visiting Academic Professional position in the University Library.

Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting to the Head of Preservation and Conservation, the Project Manager will develop and oversee the testing of an IMLS grant funded self-assessment program (the Preservation Self-Assessment Program – PSAP) focusing on book, paper, and photographic materials and incorporating previous assessment materials already developed for audiovisual content (the AvSAP http://www.library.illinois.edu/prescons/projects_grants/grants/avsap/index.html). The two-year project will involve extensive research into current preservation issues including identification, storage, housing and potential treatment options, as well as the development of a computer-based self-assessment program, and the testing of that program to aid in the development of preservation priorities of those materials.  The Project Coordinator will directly oversee two part-time staff positions who will assist with research, testing, and coding.

Shelver/Circulation Clerk - Columbia Public Library

The Columbia Public Library seeks a part-time (5-11 hours/week) shelver/circulation clerk. Hours will
be Friday 9-1, every other Saturday 9-4. Flexibility is a must. Position requires call-outs to cover higher
seniority staff sick leave and vacations. Pleasant demeanor, basic computer knowledge and eagerness to help
are required. Please apply in person at the Columbia Public Library, 106 N. Metter Ave., Columbia, IL, by
February 12th.

Visiting Research Programmer - UIUC

Visiting Research Programmer
for Repository Development
Academic Professional
University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign

 

Position Available: Position available immediately.  This is a full-time, three-year visiting academic professional appointment in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library Software Development Group. Position may become permanent dependent on funding.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:  As part of a team of repository developers, the Research Programmer will be responsible for providing programming and technical support for all components of a large-scale digital preservation management system, codename Medusa, and the technical infrastructure for the IDEALS scholarly communications initiatives within the University Library. As necessary, the Research Programmer may also provide technical support to other scholarly communication or digital preservation research projects or related programs within the Library.

Detailed job duties include but are not limited to the following:

·         Work with project stakeholders and senior programming staff to gather and analyze requirements for repository development and digital preservation, and recommend approaches to meeting those requirements.

·         Working independently or as a member of a small team, will be responsible for implementing the approved recommendations, especially for in-house development, but also for customization or integration of purchased and open source software.

·         Apply best practices in various software development methodologies, including version control, automated testing and code refactoring, and leveraging appropriate programming frameworks and technical architectures to the requirements and proposed solutions.

·         May supervise student hourly or graduate assistant employees.

·         Encouraged to spend 5% of their time on personal research to learn new skills and stay abreast of the latest developments and trends in software development, especially in the context of a library setting.

·         May also have opportunities to participate in other research grant projects in the Library.

 

Adult Services Manager - O'Fallon Public Library

Busy public library in a growing community of 29,0000 seeks enthusiastic, innovative librarian with strong commitment to public service, knowledge of electronic resources, and excellent interpersonal/communication skills.  Manager is responsible for management of Adult Services Unit, including supervision and continuing education of reference staff. Works mainly weekdays and one Saturday every four weeks. Should have general knowledge of troubleshooting computer and other technology problems. Must feel comfortable with new technology and teaching both staff and patrons in both formal and informal settings. Must be capable of providing reference service. In collaboration with library director oversees and mentors adult and teen event planners.   Should be a self starter interested in planning and implementing new programs to better serve library users. Master of Library Science From ALA-accredited program and two years supervisory experience desired. Starting salary $34,500-$38,800. 35 hour workweek and excellent benefits.

Librarian I (Children's Services) - Bloomington Public Library

High energy, flexible, creative, and collaborative style necessary to lead, design, coordinate, and implement effective children’s services and programming within the community.  Selects nonfiction materials and e-books for the Children’s Services Department.  Other responsibilities include visiting schools and day cares, planning and executing the summer reading program as a key member of the Children’s Services staff, assisting customers of all ages with research/reference needs, overseeing the Children’s Department in the absence of the Children’s Services Manager, and contributing to the Library’s digital presence.  Is a member of the Children’s Services department and reports to the Children’s Services Manager.

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