Thursday, September 20, 2018

College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections - Connecticut College

College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections - Connecticut College.
     Applications accepted through: 10/14/2018.
     Pay Type: Exempt (salaried).
     Department: Information Services.
     Reports to: Director of Special Collections.
     Appointment Type: Continuing Full-Time.
     Hours Per Week: 37.5.
     Work Schedule: 52 weeks per year.
     Benefits Eligible: Full Benefits.
     Qualifies for relocation reimbursement: Yes.
     Job Summary: Connecticut College is conducting a national search for the College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections position. This position will manage the College Archives and records management program, recommend policies, plan and implement procedures, provide reference and instruction services for the College Archives and Special Collections serve as the Archives’ principal contact with administrative and academic offices
     General Duties & Responsibilities: The College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections will collaborate with the Director of the Lear Center for Special Collections and Archives in planning departmental activities, creating and managing digital projects and developing grant proposals for the Lear Center; manage the Lear Center and provide service in Special Collections in the Director’s absence; set archival processing goals for Lear Special Collections Librarian with responsibility for supervision in fulfilling those goals. They will work with College offices to identify, evaluate and preserve important legal and administrative documents, materials and information relevant to the history of the college and collect, arrange, describe, and index material. They will also promote and facilitate efficient record keeping practices; survey records and create and update retention schedules in conjunction with College officials; maintain records according to Society of American Archivists guidelines, federal and state legislation, and agreements with individual departments; provide security for confidential, restricted or legal documents; in conjunction with legal counsel and other officers of the College, create review and update access policies and guidelines for using the College Archives. They will assist College community and outside researchers to access archival resources; assist with physical and digital exhibits, events and programs; perform research for other offices as necessary. They will provide instruction and assistance to classes and promote integration of special collections and archival material into the curriculum. The College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections will also assist in content development for and design of the Lear Center’s web site and social media efforts; participate in the planning and execution of digital scholarship projects for the Lear Center and collaborate with the Digital Scholarship and Curriculum Center on College digital scholarship initiatives; provide guidance to patrons in the handling and use of original and legally sensitive materials and assist in the supervision, training, and setting of goals for student workers, volunteers, and interns. They will also be required to maintain current professional and technical knowledge through training and participation in professional organizations and publications and serve on IS, College and CTW committees, task forces and activity groups. Other duties as assigned or as necessary.
     Qualifications: The College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections must have an American Library Association accredited masters degree in library or information studies and at least 3 years of applicable archival experience including records management; excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to build and sustain key relationships with alumni, outside researchers, faculty, students, staff, community and professional colleagues. The ability to handle confidential and sensitive information with discretion and excellent knowledge of archival theory and methodology and records management practice is also required. The College Archivist/Librarian for Special Collections must also have excellent interpersonal skills, excellent organization skills and ability to set priorities and keep to deadlines and must be detail oriented, well-organized, and able to work under pressure. Computer skills, including the use of integrated library systems, archival management systems, information databases, standard productivity software and archival digitizing equipment and techniques, EAD, and web editing software are also required. Some travel required.
     Required Documents: 3 Professional Reference Letters, Cover Letter, Description of a class session you have led, Resume.
     To Apply: Apply online at https://conncoll.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=50624. Applications accepted through October 14, 2018.
     Applicant Credentialing: Thorough applicant credentialing will be conducted, including criminal records check, with the selected applicant.
     As a highly selective residential liberal arts college, Connecticut College is committed to creating a vibrant community enriched by diverse perspectives, talents and experiences. We encourage applications from candidates who share this commitment and will contribute to the diversity of our college community, especially members of historically under-represented groups. AA/EOE

Part-time Information Services Assistant - Farmington Libraries

Part-time Information Services Assistant - 25 hours/week. The Farmington Libraries are seeking a creative and enthusiastic individual to work closely with the Information Services team to deliver service beyond expectations to our active and vibrant community.
     The information services assistant will be responsible for assisting customers with reference inquiries and reader’s advisory; delivering new and original hands-on programs for adults and teens in our Maker Space and Studio environments; conducting one-on-one and small group computer classes on a variety of subjects; and working on other projects as assigned.
     Qualified applicants must possess exemplary oral and written communication skills, be self-motivated, adept at using and teaching various types of technology, and work well in a team environment.
     A bachelor’s degree and two years of customer service experience are required. A master's degree or coursework towards a master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited program preferred. Public library experience preferred.
     This is a part-time 25-hour per week position that includes evening and weekend hours. This position includes paid holiday, sick and vacation time only. This position is not eligible to receive retirement or medical benefits.
     Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Laura A. Horn, Assistant Director/Head of Information Services via email at lhorn@farmingtonlibraries.org. No phone calls please. Position open until filled. The Farmington Libraries are an EOE/AA employer.

Children's Assistant - Bristol Public Library

Children's Assistant - City of Bristol, Bristol Public Library. Summary: Performs varied para-professional library and clerical duties in the Children’s Department. Assists children, students and adults in using library services and facilities. Plans, prepares, conducts or assists with story hours, class visits and other programming events. Supervises children in regular visits to the library. Performs outreach services. Assists in the preparation of bulletin boards and displays. Periodically may shelve and maintain library materials. Assists with use of computer programs and online public access catalog, and operates equipment. As needed, assists with Circulation Desk functions and throughout the library when assigned.
     Qualifications: Bachelor’s and one (1) year experience in children’s library services; OR Associate’s and two (2) years’ experience in children’s library services. Public library experience preferred. Requires excellent communication skills, and ability to maintain effective working relationships. Computer skills that require expert knowledge of database software, and intermediate knowledge of Internet and word processing software.
     Physical Demands & Work Environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to sit and stand. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and reach with hands and arms, and lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Regularly works in indoor or office environment.
     Classification & Work Hours: Full-time position, 37 ½ hours per week. Schedule: 3 days a week from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and 2 days a week from 12:30 p.m. -8:00 p.m. September thru June - work alternate Fridays and Saturdays. During July and August-the library is closed on Saturdays; the work week is Monday thru Friday.
     Benefits include Defined Benefit Pension Plan, generous time off & insurance package.
     Salary: $19.30/hourly. (Increases at 6 months to $21.13/hr., and at 1 year to $21.47/hr.)
     REQUIRES COMPLETED ONLINE APPLICATION: www.bristolct.gov. DEADLINE: Friday, October 5, 2018. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Discovery Services Librarian - Hotchkiss School

Discovery Services Librarian - Edsel Ford Memorial Library, The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT. FLSA: Exempt. Full-time (40 hrs), 12 Months. Reports to: Assistant Library Director. Travel: N/A.
     POSITION SUMMARY: The Discovery Services Librarian will work directly under the supervision of the Assistant Library Director and be principally responsible for curating and developing metadata for the library collections in order to enhance patron access to information resources. They will possess a future-facing perspective on library metadata, keeping abreast of developments in the field and working closely with students and faculty to determine which can be profitably adapted for use at Hotchkiss. They will work in close concert with the Assistant Director, Access Services Librarian, and the Emerging Technology Librarian to establish workflows that ensure our various online platforms take full advantage of our descriptive and technical metadata. They will also provide metadata expertise in support of the Hotchkiss Archives & Special Collections.
     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Serve as the Library’s expert on descriptive metadata. Collaborate with Library, ITS, other Hotchkiss staff, and external vendors to manage metadata acquisition, transfer, and maintenance. In support of the Access Services Librarian, collect information and data, both anecdotal and statistical, to improve the accessibility of the Library’s collections. Classify and catalog physical and electronic items acquired by the Library, with a focus on enhancing access to the Library’s resources. Coordinate input of individual and batch bibliographic records into the Library’s OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) and oversee the maintenance of our holdings and other data in OCLC Worldcat. Accession, arrange, and prepare inventories and descriptions for Hotchkiss Archives holdings. Participate in creating records for Hotchkiss Archives digital projects. Liaise with academic departments as assigned; develop collection and instructional programs in these areas. Staff Library Services Desk and other service points as assigned, to assist library users with questions and requests. Work with patrons to develop their independent research skills. Contribute to the overall maintenance of the Library collection. Other projects and tasks as assigned by the Assistant Library Director. The statements above describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.
     QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college; a Master’s degree in Library Science or a related field. Familiarity with office productivity software, including databases; SQL experience preferred. Experience with MARC record creation, preferably in an Integrated Library System (ILS) such as Koha, and/or in OCLC Connexion. Demonstrated experience to organize work and perform assigned tasks independently without constant supervision and with a high level of attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to perform detailed tasks accurately and efficiently. Must possess the ability to proofread online data. Strongly prefer candidates with previous experience working in a library setting. Hired applicant must successfully pass a background check and be eligible to work in the United States.
     PHYSICAL CONDITIONS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Repetitive (keyboard) motion. Occasional bending, stooping, and reaching. Periodically carrying boxes (up to 50 lbs). Regularly pushes/navigates fully laden book trucks. Regularly stands for long periods. Close vision, the ability to adjust focus, and comfort using a computer monitor for long periods of time. Noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. Hours include late afternoon, evening, and weekend shifts. Hired applicant must successfully pass a background check and be eligible to work in the United States.
     TO APPLY: Get more information and apply online.
     The Hotchkiss School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Tobacco-Free Environment.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Library Director - E.C. Scranton Memorial Library, Madison

Library Director - E.C. Scranton Memorial Library, Madison, Connecticut. The Scranton Library Board of Trustees seeks a full-time Library Director to oversee and supervise all operations of the E.C. Scranton Memorial Library located in beautiful Madison, Connecticut. This is an exciting opportunity to provide direction and leadership as the library undergoes a major expansion and renovation project with an anticipated completion date of fall 2020. The library, located in an historic building designed by Henry Bacon in the heart of downtown, boasts a circulation over 130,000 volumes and over 100,000 library visits per year.
     The Scranton Library offers a competitive salary and benefits.
     Job Summary: In keeping with the mission of the E.C. Scranton Memorial Library, the Library Director is responsible for developing and supporting all efforts necessary to maintain a free library, responsive to the community’s needs for information, education, and recreation. Working closely with the Board of Trustees, the Library Director develops library policies, monitors library services, develops and manages the budget, collaborates on fundraising efforts, creates public relations materials, supervises staff and volunteers, oversees the physical plant, and stays informed of developments in library management. In addition, the Library Director serves as a member ex officio of the Board of Trustees and attends monthly meetings of the Scranton Library Friends. As the chief representative of the library, the Library Director communicates with and provides information to Madison officials, staff and boards on a regular basis.
     Essential job duties include: Ensure all library services are of the highest quality and adequately meet the needs of the Madison Community. Assist the Board with both long and short range plans to support and promote the mission of the library and address issues as they arise. Compile library statistics and create reports for monthly meetings of the Board of Trustees, the Library’s annual report and the Connecticut State Library. Manage and oversee the evaluation, planning and execution of library programs for children, teens and adults; the selection and maintenance of library materials including books, media, and electronic resources that meet the needs of the community; the purchasing, utilization, and maintenance of technology to deliver, monitor and enhance library services. Prepare the annual budget for Board review and approval in a timely manner. Coordinate, communicate and cooperate with the Board of Finance and Board of Selectmen in preparing the annual budget. Collaborate with the Development Committee to lead fundraising efforts such as writing and administering the Annual Appeal and other planned giving programs. Act as a conduit between the Board, Scranton Library Friends, and staff to ensure smooth implementation of fund-raising activities. Manage internal and external communication of the Library including but not limited to brochures, newsletters, fliers, and newspaper articles. Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with the Madison Town Government, Madison Public Schools, the Madison Art Society, and other community organizations. Oversee the hiring, evaluation and when necessary, termination of all staff. Administer employee benefits programs. Provide direction for the maintenance of an attractive, safe, comfortable, and convenient building to serve the public. Provide leadership and direction for major development projects including upcoming construction and renovation of facilities. Participate in state and regional library organizations, as appropriate, to advocate for relevant library issues.
     Requirements: Candidates must have an MLS degree from an accredited school, in addition to five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in library administration and staff supervision, including three (3) years in the supervision of a public library major department or as a director of a public library. A combination of education and experience which demonstrates the ability to successfully meet the requirements of the position may be considered.
     Candidates must possess vision, creativity, motivational and technological skills. Must express a willingness to become involved in the community and understand its needs as well as recognize future library trends and move the E.C. Scranton Memorial Library in those directions. Candidates must have the energy and commitment to meet the challenge of The Board's effort to renovate and transform the library.
     The successful candidate will possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and the ability to prepare and publicly present reports in a clear and concise manner. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to think critically; to draw conclusions or approaches to problems and implement solutions. Must have the ability to foster relationships and deal effectively with officials, business owners, outside agencies, employees, and the general public.
     Town of Madison: Madison, located on the Connecticut shoreline, is a residential community with Connecticut’s longest sandy beaches. With an unspoiled natural environment and well-run, efficient town government, Madison boasts one of Connecticut’s best performing public school system. Madison is located in southern New England on the I-95 corridor halfway between New York City and Boston. The town’s 18,000 residents enjoy the downtown business district of charming locally run retail establishments. Recreational activities are abundant with the town’s beaches, parks, a town farm and miles of town owned hiking trails. Learn more about Madison at www.madisonedc.com and www.madisonct.com.
     Application: Please submit cover letter, salary requirements, past three years salary and resume to scrantonlibraryhr@scrantonlibrary.org or Director Application, E.C. Scranton Memorial Library, 801 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT 06443. No telephone inquiries. Applications submitted by October 18, 2018 will be considered. E.C. Scranton Memorial Library is an EOE Employer.

Librarian II, Young Minds & Family Learning - New Haven Free Public Library

Librarian II, Young Minds & Family Learning - New Haven Free Public Library. SALARY MINIMUM: $50,388 annualized. HOURS: 37.5 hours per week. Deadline: October 5, 2018.
     NATURE OF WORK: This is professional library work beyond entry level. Incumbents are expected to have acquired the basic knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the full range of tasks required at a fully capable level of competence. The current vacant assignment entails developing and delivering programs for children age 0-12 with an emphasis on early childhood programming, strong knowledge of children's literature and providing a variety of information services for parents and children. Duties are performed within the framework of established library policy under the general supervision and review of a higher-level librarian.
     MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Master’s degree in library science from an American Library Association accredited library school. Minimum of two years’ experience as a professional librarian and the necessary knowledge, abilities and skills, in addition to those from Librarian I, as stated in the job description, including but not limited to: Ability to organize and maintain a specialized library collection or service within a department; experience with a variety of on-line databases and the ability to apply this knowledge in planning and implementation of research or catalog work; Ability to evaluate and advise on the disposition of reference questions, or on matters of cataloging practice; Ability to instruct and train Librarian I and support staff. Please submit cover letter and resume with application.
     Job Prerequisites: Masters degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited library school. See also full list of requirements.
     APPLICATION PROCEDURE: In order to be considered for this title, you must submit an Application during the posting period via the online application portal. 1) Go to https://newhavenct.munisselfservice.com/. 2) Click on Employment Opportunities and follow all instructions provided. You will need a valid, working email address to apply. APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ONLY ACCEPTED ON-LINE at https://newhavenct.munisselfservice.com/.

Part time Librarian - New Haven Free Public Library

Part time Librarian - New Haven Free Public Library. SALARY: Up to $19.14 per hour. Deadline: October 5, 2018.
     NATURE OF WORK: This is part-time (up to 19 hours) professional work at the entry level, involving the use of all library techniques and materials in positions such as reference, branch, children’s, technical services, etc. Work is performed under the general supervision of a higher level librarian, and is reviewed through frequent conferences and observation of performance. Schedule may include evenings and weekends, at the Main Library or at a Branch. Current vacancy primarily supports Young Minds programming, and serves a diverse population, including a substantial Spanish speaking community.
     MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A Master’s Degree in Library Science from a graduate program accredited by the American Library Association, or its foreign equivalent and other knowledge, abilities and skills as stated in the job description, including but not limited to: Knowledge of the principles and practices of library science, procedures and techniques; Knowledge of sources and procedures used in reference and bibliographic research, and of software programs designed for libraries. Must be computer literate through formal training in the searching of on-line bibliographic databases.
     Job Prerequisites: A Master’s Degree in Library Science from a graduate program accredited by the American Library Association. See also full list of requirements.
     APPLICATION PROCEDURE: In order to be considered for this title, you must submit an Application during the posting period via the online application portal. 1) Go to https://newhavenct.munisselfservice.com/. 2) Click on Employment Opportunities and follow all instructions provided. You will need a valid, working email address to apply. APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ONLY ACCEPTED ON-LINE at https://newhavenct.munisselfservice.com/.
     Compensation: SALARY: up to $19.14 per hour.
     Part Time Position: A person in this Part Time Position is not eligible to receive medical benefits, vacation pay, sick pay, holiday pay, union membership or union contractual benefits. The period of part time employment will not be construed in any way to mean probationary employment.

Part time Circulation Assistant - Warren Public Library

Part time Circulation Assistant - The Warren Public Library is seeking a friendly, enthusiastic customer service orientated individual to help staff our circulation desk. Responsibilities include checking materials in and out, issuing membership cards, processing interlibrary loan materials and other duties. Prior library experience is required and and a knowledge of Bibliomation preferred. This is a 13 hour a week position @ $12.36 hourly. Tuesday evenings and Saturdays are a must. Please send resume and cover letter with contact information for three references to Louise Manteuffel, Director, @ Warrenpl@optonline.net by October 15th, 2018.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Office Administrator - Connecticut Library Consortium

Office Administrator - Connecticut Library Consortium, Middletown, CT. Are you a can-do, dynamic and creative team player with a love for problem solving and continuous improvement? Are you looking for a position where you are part of the bigger picture and your skills in organizing and customer service are highly valued? If you answered yes, then this is a great opportunity for you. You will report directly to the Executive Director, and will be responsible for a wide range of office administration, financial support, member support and personnel duties for the Consortium. This is an ideal position for someone seeking work life-balance; our work hours are Monday – Friday, 35 hours a week with a generous vacation and benefits package. To apply, send resume with cover letter to: hr@ctlibrarians.org by October 5, 2018. For further details, visit ctlibrarians.org/OfficeAdmin.

Building Operations Team Members (2 positions) - Wilton Library

Building Operations Team Members - Wilton Library. Two Positions Available: Position 1, 7:30am - 10:30am Monday-Friday.* Position 2: 5:00pm - 8:30pm Monday-Friday.*
     Wilton Library seeks energetic, reliable and detail-oriented individuals for the positions of Building Operations Team Member to assist with maintenance of the Library facility to provide a clean, orderly environment that is in fully functional condition for its patrons, staff, and volunteers.
     Team members should have a working knowledge of building plans, building cleaning protocols and maintenance work. Able to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, and diagrammatic forms.
     Opens and secures the building in the morning and evening as necessary. Assists with maintenance of inventory of cleaning supplies, materials and equipment. Sets up tables and chairs for meetings, programs, and/or rentals throughout the building. Fully cleans public restrooms, staff restrooms and kitchens daily as well as replenishing supplies. Wash windows and floors; clean tables and chairs, vacuums and dusts in public and non-public spaces. Empties trash and recycling. Assists with snow removal and walkway sanding/salting as needed. Perform limited landscaping duties (e.g., weeding and cleanup). Painting as assigned. Transport book sale donations to book cellar sorting area. Other duties as requested under the direction of the Building Operations Manager.
     Demonstrates skills to use voicemail and computer for email and calendar software. Microsoft Word and Excel a plus.
     Schedule: Part-time hourly position (average of up to 19 hours per week). Candidates must be flexible and able to cover evening and weekend events. *Schedule may include weekends.
     Positions open until filled. Email resume, cover letter and completed WLA Application for Employment to employment2@wiltonlibrary.org. Wilton Library Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Library Assistant – Scotland Public Library

Library Assistant – The Scotland Public Library seeks a part-time library assistant for 12-15 hours per week afternoons, evenings, and Saturdays. Under the direction of the Library Director, duties include: charge items in and out, answer telephone, assist patrons with library resources, patron registration and inquiries, and other duties as assigned. Excellent customer service and computer skills, a strong interest in children’s programming, and a flexible schedule are essential. High school diploma and 1-2 years library experience required, Bachelor's degree preferred. Please email cover letter and resume to maryg@scotlandpubliclibrary.org or mail to: Scotland Public Library, P.O. Box 286, Scotland, CT 06264. The Town of Scotland, CT is an equal opportunity employer.

Part-Time Library Clerk - Prospect Library

Part-Time Library Clerk - Prospect Library is seeking a part-time library clerk to work at its circulation desk for 15 hours per week. Job will require daytime hours and two evenings a week. Also requires rotating Saturday hours from September through June (5.5hrs per Saturday). Position salary is $13.00 per hour with no benefits.
     The successful candidate should be able to meet the public courteously and perform a wide variety of library tasks. In conjunction with circulation duties, clerk will work closely with the Library Director and Assistant Director/Children’s librarian to assist with the preparation of library programming for all ages; successful candidate may be required to create in-house flyers, registration forms, displays and crafts as needed.
     Previous knowledge of Microsoft Office programs is required. Comfort working with social media is a plus. Experience in using Auto-Graphics Verso circulation system and prior work experience in libraries is preferred.
     Interested applicants should send letter of interest, resume and references to: – Director, Prospect Public Library, 17 Center St., Prospect, CT 06712 or email them to: libraryprospect@yahoo.com or fax to: 203-758-0080. Position open till filled.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Adult Services Librarian, Part-time – Fairfield Public Library

Adult Services Librarian, Part-time – The Fairfield Public Library in Fairfield, CT is seeking highly professional part-time adult services librarians at both the Main Library and the Fairfield Woods Branch Library. Hours vary, but availability for evenings and weekends is necessary. Duties include: working the information desk providing reference services, reader’s advisory, trouble-shooting patron’s device questions, instruction of database and digital resources and library catalog, as well as other related duties. SirsiDynix Symphony experience is preferred, but not required. MLS Salary: $27.59/hr., no benefits. Strong customer service orientation and MLS required; however, MLS candidates nearing graduation will be considered. Send a resume and cover letter to Fairfield Public Library, Philip Bahr - Adult Services Department, 1080 Old Post Road, Fairfield CT 06824 or submit via email: pbahr@fplct.org.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Clerk II (2 positions) - North Haven Memorial Library

Clerk II (2 positions) - North Haven Memorial Library. $13.69/hr. Two positions available: 1 in adult services, 1 in children’s services. The successful candidate should be able to perform a wide variety of library and clerical tasks. Must have the ability to type accurately; ability to follow oral and written instructions; and ability to meet the public courteously. Computer skills a must. Prior experience in a library a plus. Work schedule will include two evenings a week until 9:00 pm and Saturdays in rotation. Employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move 25 pounds. Please visit www.northhaven-ct.gov for an application and for information about the application process.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Reference & Instruction Librarian - Fairfield University

Reference & Instruction Librarian - Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT. Full time.
     Job Description: The Reference and Instruction Librarian plays a key role in the library instruction program in collaboration with the Instruction Coordinator and teaching librarians; acts as the Library’s liaison to one or more academic units; creates and maintains web-based and print instructional resources, and provides reference service.
     Requirements: Graduate degree in Library & Information Science (MLS or equivalent) from an ALA-accredited program, second Master’s in subject-specific field is preferred or equivalent related experience. Recent experience or course work in information literacy instruction and reference services. Evidence of potential in teaching. Demonstrated competence in using current technologies and multimedia tools in the creative design and delivery of instruction. Interest in marketing, outreach, and promotion of library services. Must be well organized, and able to meet deadlines and multiple demands. Demonstrated ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, to a variety of audiences. Must be results-oriented, flexible, self-motivated, and have an enthusiasm for teaching and technology, and an ability to collaborate with colleagues in a goal-oriented library team. Creative approach to the development of new services; commitment to responsive and innovative service is essential.
     For more information and to apply, visit https://www.fairfield.edu/hr/employmentopportunities/. Please be sure to submit a cover letter and 3 references along with your resume. All offers of employment are contingent upon a satisfactory background check.
     Fairfield University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, Veterans, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to all qualified individuals with a disability.