Wednesday, March 30, 2011

2 Librarian Positions at the University of Southern California

Library Assistant (PT) - San Francisco

Taylor & Associates is recruiting for a part time (2-3 days/week) library assistant to work in a law firm library. This will be a temp-to-hire position.


Open, sort, file, distribute and process library mail. Work with vendors and filing service on missing items. Maintain routing and desk copy lists (adding and subtracting people as needed) to ensure accurate ordering.

Respond to requests from attorneys and staff about the contents of the library and locating particular volumes, and making copies of requested materials.

Prepare MCLE materials for use by attorneys including uploading licensed materials to Intranet, library catalog and other locations. Assist in coordination of MCLE seminars.

Contact local libraries, government agencies and other entities to locate information from external sources. Maintain and update ILL database.

Contribute to the maintenance of library records, catalogs, indexes, etc. including printing labels, creating circulation records and deleting old records.


  • Knowledge of library systems. Law library experience a plus. Ability to communicate with calm, courtesy and tact with co-workers, attorneys, supervisors, vendors and others
  • Detail oriented
  • Able to work independently
  • Customer service oriented


  • Intermediate level of ability with MS Word, MS Outlook, MS Excel
  • Beginning to intermediate level of ability with database software.
  • Beginning level of ability with the Internet

Email resumes to Catherine Ghent at or call Catherine at 510-559-1540

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Library & Cultural Services Director, City of Richmond, CA

Inspiration—Productivity—Success—Engagement—the Library’s pledge to the Richmond community in providing outreach, programs, facilities and services! The City of Richmond seeks an energetic, enthusiastic and experienced leader to continue this commitment to public library service for this historic community.
Richmond Public Library serves a diverse population of 103,701 through its Main Library, two branches—Bayview and West Side—a bookmobile, and its innovative LEAP (Literacy For Every Adult Program) service. With a $6.5 million annual budget, an active Friends organization, and the recently formed Richmond Public Library Foundation, the new director and staff (52.13 FTEs) will have the capacity to develop new opportunities for community involvement, programs and services.

Under the administrative direction of the City Manager and with the advice of both the Library Commission and the Arts and Culture Commission, the Director plans, organizes, coordinates and controls the programs of the Richmond Library and Cultural Services; designs, plans and evaluates the work of the library and cultural arts programs; and provides leadership and expert professional assistance to the management team and staff. See the Library & Cultural Services Director job description,, for
the complete job description, typical duties and qualifications.

Richmond is located 16 miles northeast of San Francisco on the western shore of Contra Costa County—and boasts thirty-two miles of shoreline. Incorporated in 1905, the City is best known for its unique history and role in the World War II home front effort. Today, the City is an important oil refining, industrial, commercial, transportation, shipping and government center. Richmond offers rich diversity, affordable housing, rail and rapid transit, water sports, museums, historic Point Richmond, two unique islands, live theatre,
diverse dining, one of the newest National Historical Parks—Rosie the Riveter, and much more. For additional information on the Library, the City and the area, see
Minimum qualifications include an MLS from an ALA accredited library school and at least six years of progressively responsible public library experience, including at least two years at a supervisory level. The successful candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills; demonstrated leadership ability; strong planning and budgeting skills; and the ability to work collaboratively with public officials, employees and community groups; public speaking; and the ability to relate library and arts services to community needs. Successful experience as a public library director or assistant, associate or deputy director, experience with public art and/or cultural programs, and experience working in a union environment are
highly desirable.

Compensation. The starting salary range is $119,340-$134,256 (dependent on experience and qualifications) with an excellent benefits package.
For further information, contact at Bradbury Associates/Gossage Sager Associates.
Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and resume as Word attachments to or The position closes May 22, 2011.
4545 WORNALL RD., STE. 805, KANSAS CITY, MO 64111
The City of Richmond is an Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Librarian, World Language Selector - Sacramento Public Library

Monthly Pay Range: $4,218 - $5,652 (DOQ)
Filing Deadline: Friday, April 8, 2011

The Sacramento Public Library is building a new future and transforming the library into our community’s most valued resource.
This is an exciting new full-time position in our Collection Services Department. We are seeking candidates for our World Language Selector position.
This position will be responsible for selecting World Language materials, AV selection, and developing and coordinating our system-wide replacement process.

The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of World Language collections; experience in materials selection; excellent communication skills;
time management skills; and a willingness and ability to travel to the 28 branches in our library system on a regular basis. The work schedule is Monday
through Friday, 8am-5pm, but schedules may vary due to the needs of the organization. Staff are expected to be available to work on weekday evenings
and weekends if needed. Applicants who possess a passion for libraries and a sincere desire to serve the public are encouraged to apply.

Minimum Qualifications:
· Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university.
· Experience in World Language collections and materials selection preferred.

Duties include but are not limited to:
· Review, evaluate and recommend library materials for acquisition, replacement or to be discarded;
· Work with community members and staff regarding relevancy of collection;
· Work collaboratively with Outreach services in promotion of the Library’s collections;
· Analyze and monitor the Library’s World Language collection;
· Assemble recommended lists of titles for replacement or collection enrichment;
· Other duties as assigned.

Application and Selection Process:

Filing Deadline:
Original hard copies of the applicant package must be received by the Human Resources department by 5pm on Friday, April 8, 2011

How to Apply: 
Applicants must submit: 1) Sacramento Public Library Application, 2) Resume, 3) Cover Letter and 4) Three professional references.

Send completed Applicant packages to: 
Sacramento Public Library 
828 I Street, Human Resources (2nd floor)
Sacramento, CA 95814 
Attention: World Language Selector Recruitment 

· Meeting these qualifications does not necessarily guarantee an interview.
· In order to assist us in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify the Human Resources department if you
require reasonable accommodation during the interview process.
· Interviews for candidates from out of the area will be conducted via Skype
Questions: or (916) 264-2853

Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Description
Title: Librarian
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Designation: Represented

Job Summary: Performs a variety of professional library work, including reference and readers’ advisory services, youth services, cataloging, selection
and collection management, programming, staff and customer training, special projects; and performs other related duties as assigned.

Essential Functions:
(Functions listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.)

1. Works in public service area answering information and readers’ advisory questions;
2. Identifies and locates library materials and assists customers in locating materials;
3. Assists and instructs customers in use of library resources, facilities, and policies;
4. Assists customers in performing computer searches and using electronic databases;
5. May perform copy and original cataloging and classification of library materials;
6. Coordinates selection and acquisitions processes for library materials, including maintaining standing orders and serials databases and files and monitoring holds buy ratios;
7. Designs and presents programs and presentations and accompanying materials;
8. Assists in training staff newly assigned to work area;
9. Keeps records and statistics; prepares reports;
10. Keeps abreast of practices and trends in public librarianship by attending workshops and educational programs and reading periodicals and specialized literature;
and recommends more efficient practices;
12. Attends meetings, trainings and seminars; participates in various committees and team activities;
13. Fills in for any subordinate position, as needed;
14. Maintains positive relationships with other staff and members of the public;
15. Requires regular and punctual employee presence;
16. Acts as a representative of Sacramento Public Library to the public;
17. May:
· Select new and replacement materials and perform collection management functions in assigned area;
· Perform outreach activities, including school visits, story time presentations, and contacting community organizations and agencies;
· Carry out or supervise special projects;
· Prepare schedules;
· Supervise shelvers and volunteers;
· Perform circulation functions;
· Be in charge of a department or branch during short term absence of supervisor;
· Perform simple repair and maintenance on computers and other equipment; and
17. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The employee is expected to perform or possess the following:

Knowledge of:

1. Sacramento Public Library’s policies and procedures and practices and procedures of assigned department or branch;
2. Current reference and search tools, including electronic resources, the Internet and bibliographic utilities, and the ability to use them;
3. Integrated library system procedures and explain to staff and library customers;
4. Customer service techniques in a wide variety of situations and towards a diverse customer population;
5. Basic understanding of the principles of cataloging and understanding of the Dewey system;
6. Principles and practices of intellectual freedom and the Library Bill of Rights.

Ability to:

1. Successfully communicate with other staff members, library customers, representatives of community organizations, schools, and agencies,
and library vendors and suppliers;
3. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other staff and work as a team;
4. Understand the customer’s needs and deliver services by focusing on the customer;
5. Take initiative to ensure a positive and successful customer experience by contributing to finding solutions, regardless of assigned responsibility;
6. Respond to customers and address customer complaints/problems in a timely, accurate, courteous, respectful and friendly manner;
7. Possess attention to detail and follow through on tasks effectively and efficiently;
8. Establish priorities and organize workload effectively and efficiently while paying attention to detail and complete assignments under pressure;
9. Maintain a pleasant and productive working atmosphere; maintain composure and work effectively even when under pressure;
10. Keep all relevant parties informed of all major issues and to recommend changes as appropriate;
11. Act on behalf of the branch or department supervisor as necessary.

Skill in:

1. Operating relevant computer systems, including hardware and software; current audio-visual equipment; and office machines.

Education and Experience:

1. Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited university;
2. No experience necessary;

Physical and Environmental Conditions:

Work occurs in a normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature, and air conditions. Normally seated, standing or walking at will.
Frequently required to sit, stand and walk, talk or hear and to use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
Physical activity requires occasional stooping and bending and daily lifting of library materials, supplies, etc. up to 50 pounds; some positions may require
pushing book carts weighing up to 150 pounds. Specific vision abilities required for this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.
Requires repetitive motion in the operation of a computer.

Work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts which require normal safety precautions typical of such places as offices, libraries, meeting and training rooms,
e.g., use of safe work place practices with office equipment, avoidance of trips and falls and observance of fire and building safety regulations.
Position may require some travel throughout the library service area. May require working evening and weekend shifts. Interaction with library staff, library customers, other libraries,
agencies and organizations, or vendors will be necessary to provide and receive information, present programs, or resolve situations or problems.
There may be some exposure to angry or hostile individuals.

A valid Class C California Drivers License may be required for some positions at the time of appointment.

The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Electronic Services Librarian - UC Davis Mabie Law Library

Responsibilities: Reporting to the Associate Director, the position has the following responsibilities:

Manages the library's electronic information resources, improving access to electronic resources, and providing technical support, including assistance with authentication, license agreements and payments. Provide faculty, students, and others access to and assistance in using electronic resources. Helps with the evaluation and acquisition of electronic resources. Maintains and makes accessible content files of electronic resources. Collects and reports appropriate user and system statistics and provides year-end reports. Assists department accounting unit as needed in maintaining subscription status, licensing information, and payments. Arranges trials of new resources.

Provides reference services as part of the reference team, including participation in the faculty-liaison program, co-teaching Advanced Legal Research, hosting brown bags, providing selective in-class bibliographic training, assisting with training programs offered student RA's, journal editors, clinical students, and others. Assists with setting up personal profiles for law faculty tailored to specific research and scholarship.

Acts as technology resource for various library applications. Coordinating with the Law School IT unit as needed, implements various computer applications to update webpage content and design displays on the library's webpage, develops and produces Research Guides, produces the eResearch Advisor newsletter, and continues projects such as the development of an external blog, library Facebook presence, etc. Assists with assessing computer services requirements, hardware and software purchases, and desktop support.

The Library is part of the UC Davis School of Law and provides services to over 590 professional and master?s degree candidates, law and campus faculty, members of the legal profession in the Northern and Central California region, and members of the public. There are 16 employees, (7 librarians and 9 staff), and four departments comprising the library: Acquisitions/Serials, Cataloging, Public Services and Administration. The Library uses Innovative Interface's Millennium online catalog. Additional information about the Mabie Law Library is available at

The School of Law offers a three-year curriculum in the study of law, and has a student body of approximately 600 degree-seeking candidates, 50+ faculty and lecturers, 70+ staff members, and comprehensive annual budgets exceeding $16.5M. The School of Law staff work in a dynamic workplace and are dedicated to providing unparalleled service and support to our legal community. In the pursuit of its strategic goals, the School of Law promotes a high degree of collaboration, innovation, and professional development opportunities among its staff. Masters degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution or its equivalent; JD preferred or experience with legal information resources; substantial experience with Innovative Interfaces Millennium system; knowledge of electronic legal information sources; ability to work effectively with a diverse population with many different levels of technical capability.

Please send letter of interest, resume, and list of 3 references to contact listed. For full consideration, application should be received by February 25, 2011. However the position will remain open until filled.

Archival Assistant - Los Angeles

LAC Group seeks an Archival Assistant for a temporary full-time position working at a university library in Los Angeles, CA. This position is anticipated to last 2 months. We are looking for someone with a background in archives and a demonstrated an understanding of basic archival practices and processing.


  • Inventory of video tape collection (U-Matic, DVC-PRO, and BetaSP)
  • Creating a best practices spreadsheet for description and arrangement of tapes
  • Establish a workflow for the project; Data recorded for each tape in the spreadsheet will be used to create an EAD finding aid
  • Evaluate tapes for issues with preservation and make recommendations in this regard, and identifying access points and indexing terms


  • Candidates should have a background in archives and demonstrated an understanding of basic archival practices and processing
  • Solid interpersonal, oral and written communication skills are also necessary
  • Previous experience in processing video materials, preferred
  • Knowledge of best practices for description video materials, preferred
  • Knowledge of video preservation standards, preferred
  • Knowledge of HTML and EAD for the eventual online presentation of the finding aid, preferred

Work Hours: This position is full-time (40 hours). The assistant must work between approximately 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday – Friday. If someone wanted to work twenty or thirty hours per week, this could be accommodated.

To Apply: In order to be considered please apply via this link:

To view all of our currently open positions please visit:

LAC Group is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and values diversity in the workforce

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Public Services Coordinator - Sonoma State University

Position # 103304

The University Library is searching for a fully engaged, energetic, service-oriented leader to oversee reference services, with
additional responsibilities for interlibrary loan and circulation. Strong contributions to the instruction program, strategic
planning processes, and group decision-making are expected. Placing students at the center of all services and working well with
a diverse population is essential.
Collaborating with individual faculty members and acting as liaison to multiple academic departments is a stimulating part of the
job, requiring strong people skills and a desire to fully integrate into campus life. Superior leadership skills are needed to guide
individuals toward reaching practical and visionary goals.
As a faculty member, librarians are expected to take a leading role in campus activities and governance. Scholarship plus service to
the campus and community are expected. This position requires an ALA-accredited MLS, MLIS, or equivalent, and at least three years of
progressively responsible public services experience, including 2 years of supervisory experience.
Located just 50 miles north of San Francisco in beautiful Sonoma wine country, the University Library in the Jean and Charles Schulz
Information Center offers a dynamic learning environment, valuable information resources, and a state-of-the-art automated retrieval
Rank: Senior Assistant Librarian. Salary range: $57,060-$72,096, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
For a complete job description and application instructions, go to: SSU Faculty Affairs employment
page at
For more information about the University Library, go to:
Review of applications will be conducted for those sent by Friday, April 22, 2011.
Sonoma State is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Library Technician - Galt, CA

Test date - 3-17-11 at the district office.

JOB TITLE: Library Technician


To perform a variety of duties involving circulation, reference, cataloging and record keeping activities within the school library facility, serve as a resource for available materials and supervise student assistants.



1. Performs a variety of technical and clerical duties involving circulation, reference, cataloging and record keeping in the library.
2. Provide technical support to students and staff on computerized resources, word processing applications and other various programs.
3. Provide and maintain AR support for students and staff.
4. Catalog all textbook materials including teacher resource materials.
5. Provide training and supervision for student assistants.
6. Maintain library in neat and orderly condition.
7. Maintain records and prepare reports regarding circulation, lost materials and media equipment.
8. Facilitate library use.
9. Provide information regarding library/media materials available, reference materials and library procedures.
10. Assist students and staff in material searches, book selections, reading lists and new publications.
11. Promote reading and library use through displays, bulletin boards and special encouragement activities such as reading contests.
12. Mend and recover books and magazines.
13. Order and process books, materials and supplies for the library.
14. Collect payments for lost/damaged books and materials.
15. Assist new incoming students with textbooks and enrollment in all computerized programs in the library.
16. Perform other duties similar to the above in scope and function as required and assigned.


Knowledge of:
- Terminology, purpose, operations and practice of a school library
- Cataloging procedures and methods
- Proper use of grammar, usage, vocabulary and spelling

- Development levels of school age children and age appropriate media materials
- Operation of a computer

Ability to:
- Learn proper library circulation, reference and retrieval methods and techniques;
- Perform specialized library work with speed and accuracy;
- Use standard office and library/media equipment;
- Perform minor repair work on library books and magazines;
- Perform mathematical calculations;
- Understand the use of computer search engines;
- Perform good organization skills;


- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Prior job related clerical experience with increasing levels of responsibility.
- Valid California Drivers License and evidence of insurance.
- TB test clearance.
- Criminal Justice fingerprint clearance.

Smithsonian Libraries: Internship Opportunities

This is obviously outside of California. But it's such a great opportunity I thought I'd post it.

Internship Programs and Requirements

The Smithsonian Institution Libraries offers internship opportunities to graduate students, library professionals, and undergraduate students interested in exploring a library career in library and information science. Intern assignments may include a project or a structured practical experience. The Libraries selects interns based on its needs and on the specific education, training, skills, and interest of the applicant. SIL does not award college credit, but many U.S. colleges and universities will recognize academic work performed while interning. Contact your academic advisor for instructions on how to receive credit. With the exception of the Professional Development Internship, stipends are not offered by the Libraries, but funded internships may be available through the Smithsonian's Center for Museum Studies and the Smithsonian Office of Fellowships and Grants.

Cataloging and Metadata Librarian - Santa Clara University

Santa Clara University seeks a creative, energetic librarian, who is excited about the opportunities offered by today’s academic libraries.

This librarian will fill the newly redefined position of Cataloging and Metadata Librarian and play a significant role in the creation
of new digital collections and the management of digitized and “born digital” content, managed by the Library.

The successful candidate will be responsible for adapting national/international cataloging standards to the local environment; providing
training and directing the work of paraprofessional staff and student employees; determining the best means for acquiring bibliographic
records and/or metadata from vendors or other libraries/agencies and for monitoring contracted work of this type; working with other librarians
to monitor evolving metadata standards for the creation of digital collections and a future institutional repository; and cataloging,
supervising the cataloging of, or assisting in organizing for access and use, special materials, such as archives and manuscript collections.
He/she will work with the Associate University Librarian for Collection Services to ensure an efficient overall processing flow for newly
purchased materials, gifts, or licensed electronic resources; and also work as a member of interdepartmental Library Work Groups or Project
Teams. The Cataloging and Metadata Librarian may also serve as a member of one or more of the Library’s standing committees or as a member of
groups formed in collaboration with other Information Services units.

Required: MLS, or equivalent, from an ALA-accredited program; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; 1 – 2 years post MLS experience
in cataloging or metadata creation OR a minimum of 2 years cataloging/metadata experience at a paraprofessional level, preferably in an academic
or large public library; demonstrated knowledge of principles of cataloging, subject analysis, classification, and authority control and ability
to apply those principles according to recognized rules and standards, including LC classification, LCSH, MARC 21, AACR2, and RDA; experience
using evolving standards for metadata, such as Dublin Core, METS, and MODS; demonstrated ability to supervise other staff and/or to manage
project teams; cataloging experience with OCLC; and experience with an Integrated Library System (ILS), Innovative Interfaces, Inc. preferred.
Preferred: Minimum 2 years post MLS experience (required for appointment at rank of Senior Assistant

Librarian) in cataloging or metadata creation; experience with CONTENTdm; and reading knowledge of a least one western European language. Initial
appointment at the rank of Assistant Librarian or Senior Assistant Librarian, depending upon background and experience.

Salary is dependant upon rank from a minimum of approximately $51,300.

Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located 40 miles south of San Francisco in California’s Silicon Valley.
Santa Clara offers its more than 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master’s
degrees in a number of professional fields, law degrees, and engineering and theology doctorates. Distinguished by one of the highest graduation
rates among all U.S. master’s universities, Santa Clara educates leaders of competence, conscience, and compassion grounded in faith-inspired
values. Founded in 1851, Santa Clara is California’s oldest operating institution of higher education. The University Library
( has a staff of 37 (13 librarians). In early 2008, the Library moved to a modern, technology-rich facility which is
shared with Information Technology

(IT) and Media Services. The University Library, IT, and Media Services work collaboratively as a part of SCU’s Information Services Division.

To nominate candidates for this position, please send an email to the address below. To apply, send a letter of application, complete resume,
and the names of three references to:
Elizabeth M. Salzer, University Librarian, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053-0500 or email application
materials to esalzer at

Applications received by May 1, 2011 will receive full consideration.


Thursday, March 3, 2011

City Librarian - City of Roseville, CA

Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 916-774-5475
Contact Fax: 916-774-5350
Position Description: FINAL FILING DATE: Qualified candidates should submit an application to the Human Resources
Department by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 25, 2011.

About the Position
The City Librarian will oversee Roseville’s three libraries as well as the Maidu Museum & Historic Site and will lead a staff of 45 FTE’s with
an operating budget of approximately $3.5 million in FY2011.
The successful City Librarian will have proven skills in managing people, programs, and budgets. The organization values trust, integrity,
respect, and excellence.
The City Librarian will plan, organize, direct, and coordinate the activities of the Library & Museum Division within the Parks, Recreation
& Libraries Department. The City Librarian is also responsible for:
• developing and administering the budget and forecasting the additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies.
• involving citizenry and representing the library to the Roseville Library Foundation, The Friends of the Roseville Public Library, and
other various community agencies.
• creating and implementing divisional goals, policies and procedures as well as strategic and technology plans.
• assessing the organization, identifying opportunities for efficiency, and fostering a culture of new ideas and innovation.
• marketing of library and museum services.
• developing library, museum, and cultural programs for a diverse customer base.
• identifying funding sources for library and museum services, including grants opportunities as well as fundraising activities with
community groups and/or business supporters.
• coaching and mentoring staff, customer service orientation, sharing expectations, and inspiring trust.
• preparing presentations and recommendations to the Parks, Recreation, & Libraries Director, City Manager, City Council, and Library Board.

The successful City Librarian candidate will be a creative visionary who can identify opportunities to leverage available resources to
get things done while working as an integral part of the Parks, Recreation, & Libraries Department. The ideal candidate wants to be part
of a dynamic leadership team, is willing to take risks, and is energized by change.

Education and Experience
The City Librarian will possess a Master of Library Science degree from an American Library Association accredited college or university
and have five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional public library management experience, including the supervision, and
development of professional employees. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver’s license.

Salary and Benefits
The salary for the City Librarian from $96,107 to $128,792 annually with a 3% salary increase currently scheduled for July 2011. The City
also offers a competitive benefits package including the following:
Retirement - PERS 2.7% at 55
Management Leave Plan - up to 100 hours per year
Medical Contribution: $1116.75/month
Dental Contribution: $148/month
Vision Contribution: $20/month
Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
Paid Sick Leave

To Be Considered
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please submit a City application and supplemental questionnaire. It is mandatory
that you complete the supplemental questionnaire. All notification for this position will be done through email.

Supplemental Questions
• How do you leverage existing resources to expand or enhance services now and in the future?
• What is your vision for the library in five years? What steps will you take to get there?
• In what ways have you led and managed your staff to deliver exceptional service to your customers?
• How do you use your advocates (Board, Friends, & Foundations) to support the library?

Selection Process
Applications and supplemental responses will be reviewed and those candidates most closely meeting the needs of the position will be
invited to an oral interview exam (weighted 100%). Final appointment is contingent upon a check of past employment references, passing a
City-paid pre-employment medical exam, a drug and alcohol screening test, and fingerprint check.

Job Status: Permanent, Salary