|Youth Services Coordinator (Librarian 3) FT – Sussex County Library System||June 21, 2018||
Youth Services Coordinator (Librarian 3) – Sussex County Library System
Where is this? Sussex County Library System, with 6 locations including our headquarters near Branchville, is among the largest public library systems in New Jersey. The library system is entering a time of change & growth; we’re looking for great people to lead the way.
Who are we looking for? A professional librarian with 2+ years of experience in youth services, with interests in leading a small staff, programming, collection development, school & community outreach, & delighting young library users & their caregivers across the Library System. Bright, innovative, versatile, energetic, leader—if you identify with these descriptors, we’re looking for you!
Why should you apply? If you are a Youth Services Librarian interested in stepping into a management role, or would like to enrich a team environment with your talents in serving children & young adults in a broad spectrum of communities, this might be just the opportunity for you! We anticipate emphasizing & growing our services for children & teens over the next several years, with you at the helm.
What else do I need to know? Civil Service position (Librarian 3)—initial appointment provisional pending Civil Service procedure; 35 hours/week, including some nights & Saturdays; salary range $55,753-$93,004; full-time benefits; ALA-accredited MLS required; minimum two years’ professional library experience required; valid driver’s license required; supervisory experience helpful; must reside in, or relocate to, NJ in accordance with state law.
I’m convinced! How do I apply? Send resume & three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline: July 20, 2018.
|Librarian 1, Full-Time - Pinelands Library, Youth Services Dept.||June 20, 2018||
Title: Librarian 1, Full-Time Salary: 43,387-74,347
Location: Pinelands Branch Library Open: June 20, 2018
Youth Services Department
The Pinelands Branch Library of the Burlington County Library System is looking for an enthusiastic, energetic, service-oriented and self-motivated children’s librarian. Some examples of duties include:
35 hours on site, 5 hours off site for professional development. Tuesday – Friday 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM; Monday 1:00 PM – 8:30PM; one Saturday per month 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM; and 4 Sundays per year.
Education: A master’s degree in Library or Information Science in a library program accredited by the American Library Association or from a New Jersey Master’s program in Library Science that has been deemed acceptable by Thomas Edison State College
License: Obtain a valid NJ license as a Professional Librarian within six (6) months of appointment. Burlington County residents given preference.
Medical, dental, prescription coverage, eyeglass plan, retirement program, group life insurance, deferred compensation, credit union, paid sick, vacation, personal and holiday leave. Qualifying Intergovernmental Transfers accepted.
Submit a Resume including job #21-18 by June 29, 2018. Via e-mail: email@example.com
The mission of the Burlington County Library System is to enrich lives by providing opportunities for learning, growth and personal development.
|FT Youth Services Librarian - Plainsboro PL||June 18, 2018||
PLAINSBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY
JOB OPENING: Full-time Youth Services Librarian
Plainsboro Public Library seeks an energetic, positive, and self- motivated Youth Services Librarian for a full-time position. The ideal candidate will provide friendly, high quality customer service to library patrons and has an in-depth knowledge of children’s and teen literature with the ability to provide high quality readers advisory. They create and execute innovative programs under the direction of the Head of Youth Services. They are a team player and participate in executing department initiatives and accomplishing department goals.
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
A Youth Services Librarian must have some knowledge of:
A Youth Services Librarian must have the ability to:
Education and experience: A Youth Services Librarian must have a Master's degree in library science from an ALA accredited library school or be enrolled in a Master of Library Science degree program. Some experience working in Youth Services in a public library is preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of children’s and teen literature is expected. A New Jersey Professional Librarian Certificate must be on file.
Schedule: 35 hours per week; regular weekends and evenings.
Salary: $52,000 for MLS Librarian; $40,000 for MLS student. Generous benefits package.
Application: For consideration, please send a cover letter and resume to: Plainsborojobs@lmxac.org Include “YS full-time position” in the email subject line. Please no phone calls. Only candidates selected for interviews will be notified. Employment offers are conditional upon a successful background and reference check and include a six month probationary period. Plainsboro Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicant must comply with the “NJ First Act.”
|Librarian 1 or 2, Youth Services, FT, Camden County Library System, M. Allan Vogelson Regional Branch, Voorhees, NJ 08043||June 18, 2018||
Duties include serving the public, primarily infants through grade 2, developing age-appropriate programs, proactively conducting outreach to the local community, providing reference services to all ages, providing readers advisory, answering questions in person and over the phone, conducting library tours, performing collection development, and other related duties.
Education and Experience:
Residency: Chosen candidate must be a resident of New Jersey
Applications and full job posting may be obtained on our website at: camdencountylibrary.org/employment-library
Completed applications are due in the Human Resources Office by July 5, 2018 at 2pm and may be sent to:
|Full time Librarian I, Youth Services, Twin Rivers Branch,Mercer County Library System||June 18, 2018||
The Mercer County Library System is seeking to fill a full-time, 35 hour per week position in the Youth Services Department of the Twin Rivers Branch. This is an excellent opportunity for a librarian with a strong vision to provide an exciting home for youth services and programming within this small, friendly community. This position includes at least one evening per week and Saturdays in rotation.
We are seeking an energetic, experienced librarian with a passion for children’s services and a strong commitment to providing excellent public service. The candidate will have primary responsibility for providing reference and readers’ advisory services to children and parents in a diverse community, developing the children’s and teen collections, creating innovative programming, outreach to schools and the community, and the Summer and Winter Reading programs.
Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, writing library blog articles, preparing statistical reports on departmental activities and use, maintaining the collection budget for YS/YA materials, staying current on new developments in the library field (particularly with regard to children’s and teen services), providing reference assistance to patrons of all ages, and writing the annual branch report on youth services.
The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, flexible, and forward thinking. Strong knowledge of literacy, child development, and literature for children and teens are vital in this role. S/he will be comfortable planning programs that encourage children to read and sharing literacy tips with parents. Strong organizational skills, program management skills, and a sense of humor are essential. Knowledge of current library technologies and demonstrated experience using technology (including library automated systems, online reference resources, and Microsoft Office programs such as Word and Excel) are required.
The candidate should have flexibility for scheduling programming at days and times that children and young adults will find convenient, and expect to participate in outreach in the schools and community. Willingness to be part of a team environment and collaborate with the adult and circulation librarian are a must, as are strong oral and written communication skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines.
This position requires an MLS from an ALA accredited institution, although we will consider applications from students enrolled in an MLS program who are at least half-way through the program (Library Associate). A New Jersey Professional Librarian’s Certification is required for those with an MLS degree.
This title is affiliated with AFSCME 3566. The current salary range for Librarian 1 is $37,009 - $68,271 in 8 steps.
Full job descriptions can be found on the State of NJ Civil Service Commission website. There is a 90-day probationary period before permanency. The County of Mercer adheres to a strict residency requirement. Residents of Mercer County will be given first priority. Mercer County residency is required within one year of appointment.
This position is open until filled; only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.
Résumés may be submitted care of:
|Full time Librarian I, West Windsor Branch, Mercer County Library System||June 18, 2018||
Please accept this as notification of an anticipated vacancy in the
This is a full time 35 hours a week position in the reference department.
The successful candidate should be enthusiastic, possess strong external and
Duties include, but are not limited to:
•Assisting patrons with reference inquiries in person, electronically, and
Both an MLS/MLIS degree from an ALA accredited institution and a New Jersey Librarian’s Certification are required. The County of Mercer adheres to a strict residency requirement. Residents of Mercer County will be given first priority. Mercer County residency is
This position is covered under the AFSCME local 3566. The current salary range is $37.009 to $68,271, in eight steps, includes health benefits, and accrues leave time and paid holidays.
This position is open until flled, only those applicants selected
Résumés may be submitted care of:
|Cranford Public Library||June 18, 2018||
The Cranford Public Library is accepting applications for the title of Librarian to serve as Young Adult/Programming Librarian in the Reference Department, a full-time position. The work week is 35 hours, including evening and weekend hours. The library is located in Union County and is a member of the Libraries of Union County Consortium and MURAL (Middlesex Union Reciprocal Agreement Libraries).
Primary job duties include:
The candidate must be comfortable working with technology used in library operations and must be skilled in the use of social media. Excellent customer service and communication skills are essential.
A New Jersey State Professional Librarian Certificate and a master's degree in library or information science or the equivalent from a library school accredited by the American Library Association and required.
MLS or Library School Required: Yes
NJ County (If Applicable): Union
Job Focus: Public/Adult Services, YA/Teen
Compensation: Position meets NJLA minimum
How To Apply:
Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Michael Maziekien, Director, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with “YA/Programming Librarian” in the subject line.