Library Director - D.R. Moon Memorial Library (Stanley)
D.R. Moon Memorial Library in Stanley seeks a well-organized and energetic leader to direct the operations of their library. The library is currently working on an expansion project that will enhance the library’s programming and services to the community. The Library is part of the Indianhead Federated Library System and MORE System.
The library serves a community of 3,600 in northwestern Wisconsin. The city is located on the Highway 29 corridor between Eau Claire and Wausau.
Responsibilities: The Library Director reports to a 7-member Board of Trustees and is responsible for the overall management of the library. Essential duties include building and maintaining our collection, managing the library budget, supervising the library staff, and promoting the library in Stanley and surrounding area.
Qualifications: Candidates must be eligible for Wisconsin Grade II certification. A Bachelors degree is needed and library administration experience is preferred. The ideal candidate shall also possess excellent interpersonal skills; the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with the staff, the Board, and the city of Stanley Common Council and community organizations. Knowledge of current library practices, technology, and trends is required.
Compensation: Minimum 25 hours per week. $15-18 hourly wage and retirement benefits with Wisconsin Retirement System.
Please email your resume, cover letter, and three professional references by September 28 to the Library Search Committee at email@example.com
Library Assistant - Glenwood City Public Library
The Glenwood City Public Library seeks an energetic, detail-oriented individual for the part-time position of library assistant. The library assistant provides customer service for our patrons, processes incoming/outgoing materials, registers borrowers, handles funds for overdue materials as well as copies and faxes, shelves materials, and performs a variety of other duties related to the lending and return of library materials.
The ideal candidate enjoys working with people of all ages and has a desire to serve the community. Computer literacy with Microsoft Windows is essential. Must be able to multi-task, lift and move light to medium weights, and work while standing.
A high school diploma or equivalent is required with education beyond high school preferred as well as two years of demonstrated satisfactory work experience, preferably in a public library.
This position is 8-10 hours per week plus one Saturday morning a month. More hours will sometimes be available to cover staff time-off. The rate for this position is $10.00-11.00 per hour dependent on experience.
Please email your meaningful cover letter and resume to Library Director Amanda Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday August 31st.
Part-Time Circulation Assistant - Bloomer Public Library
The Bloomer Public Library seeks a detail oriented, outgoing person with excellent customer service skills, who can perform a variety of clerical tasks at our Circulation Desk. The Library Circulation Assistant provides customer service for our patrons, charges and discharges books and other materials, registers borrowers, handles funds for overdue and lost materials, shelves books and other materials, and performs a variety of other duties related to the lending and return of library materials.
Applicants must enjoy working with people of all ages, have a desire to serve the reading public, and possess a high school diploma. Computer literacy with Microsoft Windows is essential. Must be able to multi-task, lift and move light to medium weights, and work while standing. Experience with a library circulation system is desirable.
This position is 8 hours per week plus one Saturday morning a month. More hours will sometimes be available to cover staff time-off. The rate for this position is $9.34 per hour.
Full job description is available at https://www.bloomerpubliclibrary.org/node/2
Please email a resume & cover letter by Friday, August 17 to Library Director Megan Taylor at: email@example.com
Library Assistant - Rice Lake Public Library
The Rice Lake Public Library is accepting applications until Wednesday, August 15 , 2018 at 7:00 p.m. for a Regular Part-time Library Assistant, with a current starting non-union wage of $13.99, 10-20 hours per week, including evenings and weekends without benefits. This position is responsible for many functions in the Library. The position primarily includes direct customer service duties for patrons of all ages, including routine circulation, programming, displays, and some shelving. Interested applicants can submit completed applications to Public Services Director Claire Parrish at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library Services Assistants - Chippewa Valley Technical College Library
Assistant Librarian - Ellsworth Public Library
The Ellsworth Public Library is looking for a friendly, energetic individual with exceptional customer service skills who enjoys working with the public in a busy atmosphere. This individual must be able to work independently, while also being a team player. A high comfort level with technology is required. Experience with and understanding of circulation desk functions and library automation software is highly beneficial.
This 26-30 hour per week position includes evenings and Saturday hours. High School diploma required. Post-secondary education preferred. Starting wage $12/hr with 6-month review. Prorated benefits (does not include medical or dental).
View the complete job description and application form on the library’s website employment page at www.ellsworthlibrary.org or pick up an application packet at the library.
Send cover letter, application and resume to email@example.com or drop off in person. First preference will be given to applications received by July 15, 2018.
Youth Services Librarian - Amery Area Public Library
The Amery Area Public Library seeks an energetic librarian to lead its programming and services to children and young adults.
With a service area population of about 10,000, the library is located within a beautifully renovated multipurpose facility. It is part of the MORE consortium of libraries and a member of the Indianhead Federated Library System. The Amery Area Public Library has strong community support, and it is committed to offering high quality programs and services to the community.
The city of Amery is situated on 3 lakes and the Apple River. The surrounding area is home to excellent year-round recreational opportunities, from swimming and fishing to snowmobiling, ATV riding, hiking, cross country skiing and much more. We are proud of our excellent school system and state-of-the-art medical center. Amery is home to the Northern Lakes Center for the Arts, a community theater group and a variety of art studios. We are located just an hour from the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
Responsibilities: The Youth Services Librarian reports to the Library Director and is responsible for the library's program of service to children and young adults. Essential duties include managing the children's and young adult collections, planning and implementing programs that benefit children from birth to age 18, promoting youth services to the community, and participating in the day-to-day operations of the library.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent required; master's degree in library science preferred. Library coursework in children's and young adult literature and in programs and services for children and young adults, and 1-2 years of public library experience preferred. Knowledge of current library practices, technology and trends is required.
Compensation: Starting salary range is $35-$40,000 with excellent benefits. Please submit your resume, cover letter, and list of three professional references via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Amy Stormberg, Director, Amery Area Public Library, 225 Scholl Ct., Amery, WI 54001. A detailed job description is available on our website at www.amerylibrary.org/node/11. First preference will be given to applications received by Jul. 15, 2018.
Youth Services Librarian - Phillips Public Library
Live and work in beautiful Northern Wisconsin, with outdoor recreation opportunities and natural beauty on your doorstep.
Duties include: Manages Children and Youth Department, serving users ages 0-18. Material selection and children’s collection development, reader’s advisory, children and youth reference, children and youth programming, other duties in the Children’s Department; some front desk service and reference duties, contributing to the library’s online presence. Additional duties as assigned.
Schedule includes occasional evenings and some Saturdays.
Qualifications: Associates Degree or higher required. Experience in children’s services and/or knowledge of history and current trends in children’s library materials preferred. Computer and Internet skills, customer service for children, and excellent interpersonal skills required.
This position will be open until filled. Starting wage is $12-$14 DOE. This is a full time position, 37.5 hours per week, with benefits.
For a full job description visit our Facebook page or our website phillipspl.org.
To apply, please send a cover letter, detailed resume, and three references to:
email@example.com subject line: Youth Services Application