Monday, May 21, 2018

Head of Adult Services - Fairfield Public Library

Head of Adult Services - Town of Fairfield invites applications for the Position of: Head of Adult Services, Fairfield Public Library. SALARY: $73,757. UNION/GRADE: PETA-9.
     Nature of Work: Under the direction of the Town Librarian, plans, implements and evaluates Adult Library Services for the Fairfield Community.
     Examples of duties: Direct supervision of the Adult Services Staff responsible for public services, collections, computer lab and study rooms management, homebound delivery and adult programming. Management of full and part time employees. Working on the adult reference desk for up to 20 hours per week; offering direct service to patrons; readers advisory services, answering requests for information, assisting patrons with the use of the library, including operation of computers and other technology. Creates and maintains adult reference desk schedule. Cooperatively develop policy and procedures for adult services at Main Library and Woods Branch. System wide collection maintenance and development, utilizing the prescribed budget through the selection and ordering of new material and the weeding of outdated materials. Member of the library management team. Participates in and leads relevant staff meetings, workshops and training sessions. Plan professional development opportunities for staff. Community outreach. Collaboration with Woods Branch, other library and town departments as well as outside agencies.
     Required knowledge, Skills and abilities: Demonstrates superb customer service; enjoys interacting with the public, providing reference and readers’ advisory services. Must have proven record leading and training staff effectively. Demonstrated experience in managing digital collections and vendor fulfillment and services. Highly skilled in work demanding detail and accuracy. Penchant for seeking out innovative best practices using new technologies. Comprehensive understanding of collection development practices and policies. Significant experience working with budgets, public programming and desk scheduling. Familiarity with grant writing.
     Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an American Library Association accredited university. Three to four years of experience as a professional librarian in adult services. A minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible administration experience.
     All interested candidates should submit a completed application, along with a cover letter and resume by June 8, 2018 to: Town of Fairfield, Human Resources Department, Sullivan Independence Hall, 725 Old Post Road, Fairfield, CT 06824; (203) 256-3057;

Teen/Reference Librarian - Town of Windsor

Teen/Reference Librarian - The Town of Windsor introduces a great opportunity for a full-time Teen/Reference Librarian to work at our Main Library. Connecticut’s first town is strategically located on the beautiful Farmington and Connecticut Rivers between Hartford and Springfield, Massachusetts and is home to over 29,000 residents and a wide array of local and corporate businesses.
     The Town of Windsor is an organization made up of diverse individuals who are committed to providing quality service through integrity, responsiveness, innovation, passion, and partnership. Starting salary is $50,000-$55,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Town employees enjoy a comprehensive benefit package, including but not limited to, health, dental and life insurance, tuition reimbursement, short and long term disability, and a defined contribution retirement plan. This 40-hour per week position includes 2 nights a week and weekend rotation.
     The Position: Our successful candidate will oversee all aspects of the teen department including collection development, programming, and teen volunteer supervision. They must also provide excellent customer service on a regular basis at our busy reference desk to our diverse population and work closely with other members of the staff to deliver services to adult patrons. Additional duties include budget administration, promotion and marketing of teen programs, community/school liaison and collaboration with other staff on strategic planning.
     Our Ideal Candidate will: be enthusiastic, team-spirited, motivated, and organized; communicate effectively orally and in writing with diverse customers and coworkers; have the ability to manage changing priorities and meet deadlines; be able to work in a fast paced, customer service environment with patience, flexibility and attention to detail; have a Master’s degree in Library Science with two (2) or more years of experience in public library operations (desired); be knowledgeable of and appreciate young adult literature, trends, materials and pop culture; have a comfort level with computers, technology and social media; be proficient with MS Office Suite, Internet, and other programs as needed; be familiar with specific applications (e.g., Innovative Interfaces ILS, Excel, and Publisher), a plus.
     To apply: Complete an on-line application at, attach a resume and a cover letter with salary requirements by Friday, June 8, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. The Town of Windsor is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of the workforce. EOE/AA

School Library Media Specialist, Elementary - Darien Public Schools

School Library Media Specialist, Elementary - Darien Public Schools. EFFECTIVE: August 27, 2018. REQUIREMENT: Connecticut Certification: School Library Media Specialist (#062) (or eligibility). TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Per Agreement between the Darien Board of Education and Darien Education Association. APPLICATION PROCESS: All applicants must submit an electronic application via Applitrack:, Departments, Employment Opportunities. Supporting documentation, such as a cover letter, resume, teaching certificate(s), transcripts, and three letters of recommendation, must be uploaded to the electronic application. Paper and emailed applications and documents will not be accepted or considered.

Library Media Specialist - East Windsor High School

Library Media Specialist - East Windsor High School, East Windsor Public Schools. Beginning: Aug 27, 2018. CT State Department of Education certification #062 required. Applications will be accepted on, Job posting #2936881. Paper applications will not be accepted. Open until filled.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Librarian (YA/Reference) - Acton Public Library, Old Saybrook

Librarian (YA/Reference) - The Acton Public Library (Old Saybrook) is seeking an energetic and creative individual to become our Young Adult/Reference Librarian. Under the direction of the Library Director, you will plan, develop, and supervise after school programming for teens, assist with collection maintenance of young adult materials, supervise the Teen area, provide reference and reader's advisory assistance to teen and adult patrons. You will provide technology instruction in a group and one-on-one environment. Working both independently and collaboratively with other library staff to provide the best possible services to the public is what you strive the most.
     We need an inventive, enthusiastic visionary to join our team to make the Library the best experience young people need to become life-long readers and supporters of public libraries; someone technologically savvy for all our adult patron’s needs. Change and new initiatives are encouraged.
     This is a part-time 30 hours/week, currently $24.55 per hour, union position with vacation, sick personal time and defined contribution benefits. Employee is eligible to participate in the Affordable Care Act health insurance through the Town of Old Saybrook.
     Applicants must have 2 years of experience in library reference services and in working with young adults, ages 13 - 18, an ALA Accredited Master’s Degree in Library Science or Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science or equivalent. MLS or MLIS students with at least 25 credits towards degree are encouraged to apply. One night per week and Saturdays in rotation. Full job description and requirements can be found at
     If interested, please complete the Town’s employment application and submit with your resume and cover letter to: Carl P. Fortuna, First Selectman, 302 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 or email a response to Incomplete application packets will not be considered. Deadline: June 8th, 2018.

Library Administrative Assistant - Acton Public Library, Old Saybrook

Library Administrative Assistant (part-time) - The Acton Public Library (Old Saybrook) is seeking a detail oriented and business savvy individual to become our Library Administrative Assistant. Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing high-level project support to the Library Director and Board of Trustees; independently managing administrative responsibilities and library record-keeping including, but not limited to: the purchasing, processing, and retention of materials, and supplies; and coordinating communication between the Library Director, the Board of Trustees and the public. Assists the Director with financial transactions and required financial reporting.
     If all above describes you, we encourage you to apply.
     This is a part-time 20 hours/week, currently $23.77 per hour, union position with some benefits.
     Associate Degree in relevant field or two years of post-secondary education plus two years of experience in office administration is required. Experience with order processing and account receivables is a must. Valid Driver’s License is required. Work schedule M-F 8:30 – 12:30 (slight adjustments possible). Full job description and requirements can be found at
     If interested, please complete the Town’s employment application and submit with your resume and cover letter to: Carl P. Fortuna, First Selectman, 302 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 or email a response to Incomplete application packets will not be considered. Deadline: June 8th, 2018.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Library Media Specialist (2 openings) - Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk

Library Media Specialist (2 openings) - Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk. 2018-2019 School Year. Date Available: 08/23/2018. Closing Date: 06/30/2018 - until filled.
     Position Summary: The Library Media Specialist (LMS) is integral to the learning culture of the entire school. As the curator of the learning commons, the LMS provides leadership and serves as an essential and equal partner in the instructional and learning process throughout the school.
     Responsibilities: Follows the scope and sequence of the instructional program as defined and approved by the Norwalk Board of Education. Work closely with the leadership team to develop a plan and vision for the redesign and transformation of the learning commons into the vibrant academic hub and the center of a rich learning culture within the building. Create and implement learning commons programming. Create and implement a school-wide digital literacy/digital citizenship initiative; including teaching classes on 21st century digital skills. Develop professional and collaborative relationships with teachers to in order to design innovative educational uses for learning commons spaces and resources. Work with building staff members to integrate learning commons resources into classroom instruction. Promote the effective use of information resources to enhance teaching, learning and research. Develop policies and procedures for all aspects of learning commons operations. Collaborate with IT to continuously assess and update technology resources. Provide training for students and staff on software and hardware. Develop guides and instructional materials for the learning commons. Seek frequent user feedback to ensure continuous improvement. Select print and digital resources in collaboration with building staff members and in coordination with the curriculum department. Supervise and train learning commons staff as well as parent and student volunteers. Promote a building-wide culture of reading. Develop and maintain a professional learning library and create professional learning opportunities. Develop a budget to support the priorities of the learning commons as they align with the school’s improvement goals.
     Knowledge/Skills: Secondary teaching experience preferred. Experience with team teaching in a multicultural environment. Ability to communicate ideas and directives clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing. Effective, active listening skills. Ability to work effectively with others. Organizational and problem solving skills.
     Qualifications: Active School Library Media Specialist (062) CDE Certification required. Master’s Degree in Education (focus on Instructional Technology and/or Library Science) preferred. Strong background as an information specialist, teacher and instructional partner, and technology integrator. Experience with applications and software related to digital content delivery and instructional design. Knowledge of/experience with International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme preferred. Fluency in Spanish is an asset. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent and/or Norwalk Board of Education may find appropriate.
     Days: Monday – Friday.
     Salary: In accordance with the NFT contract.
     To apply: Visit

Head of Metadata & Discovery - UConn Library, Storrs

Head of Metadata & Discovery - UConn Library, Storrs. Under the general direction of the Associate University Librarian for Collections & Discovery, the Head of Metadata & Discovery innovates, leads, and actively participates in strategies to maintain, enhance, and positively transform UConn Library data and systems for managing collections and powering discovery. This position manages and supervises the Metadata & Discovery Unit, which is responsible both for metadata and inventory management and for the administration and development of the Library’s Alma and Primo systems. In addition, this position provides leadership for the metadata- and inventory- focused work of the UConn Health and Law School libraries. Within this context, this position requires an advanced proficiency with current and emerging metadata standards, models, and applications, an advanced understanding of library management and discovery systems, and a user-focused orientation and a working style that embraces collaboration in a complex and dynamic work environment. Along with all UConn Library personnel, the Head of Metadata & Discovery makes a positive contribution to a culture of inclusion and respect in all interactions within the Library and across the University
     Appointment Terms: This is a full time position based in Storrs with an anticipated start date of August, 2018. The University offers a competitive salary, outstanding benefits, including employee and dependent tuition waivers at UConn and a highly desirable work environment. Salary and rank are dependent upon education, qualifications, and experience.
     To Apply: Applications must be submitted online using UConn Jobs at, Staff Positions (reference search #2018556) and include a cover letter, detailed resume, and contact information for three professional references.
     Nominations and inquiries should be sent in confidence to To ensure full consideration, inquiries and applications should be submitted by June 10, 2018. Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. (Search # 2018556)

Librarian, Children's Services - Cheshire Public Library

Librarian, Children's Services - Cheshire Public Library, Cheshire CT. The Town of Cheshire, Connecticut seeks candidates to apply for the position of Librarian (L-5) in Children's Services. Only innovative, forward-thinking librarians need apply. Join an award-winning team that values continuing education, family engagement, and community-building.
     Cheshire (pop. 29,000) is a vibrant community located in the heart of Connecticut (2 hours to New York or Boston) and is well-known for its excellent education system and exceptional quality of life. Money Magazine has ranked Cheshire among its "50 Best Places to Live."
     Duties of the Children's Librarian include planning and running programs for children of all ages, performing reference and reader’s advisory work for youth and families, and collection development and budgeting for all types of youth media. The successful candidate will demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of child cognitive development from birth to 18 years of age, strong communication and leadership skills, and success with community engagement initiatives and outreach, especially with preschools, daycares, schools and businesses.
     Starting minimum hourly rate: $33.32, 35 hours per week, with excellent benefits Master's Degree in Library Science and one year of relevant experience required. Deadline for application is June 8, 2018.
     For further information including job description and application process, see the Town’s website:

Monday, May 14, 2018

Director of Development - Mystic Noank Library

Director of Development - Mystic Noank Library. The Mystic & Noank Library seeks a self-directed, creative, responsible and positive team player with a commitment to ensure the financial well-being of our beloved and highly regarded Mystic Noank Library now celebrating its 125th Anniversary. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and provides monthly development reporting to the Board of Trustees. This is a weekly (35 hour) fundraising position with high visibility in the Mystic community. A high degree of flexibility is desired as work flow often fluctuates.
     In addition to creating, implementing and meeting the Library’s strategic objectives and development goals, the best candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience in the following areas:
     Development (90% time): Manage and grow our Annual Fund, fundraising efforts, planned giving and endowment programs and coordination of the calendar of donor communications. Identify grant opportunities and submit grant proposals. Prepare ongoing grant reporting. Cultivate, retain and communicate with existing and prospective donors and key stakeholders. Maintain donor database software, as well as process online gifts, Square reader, stock gifts and corporate matching gifts; reconciliation with Bookkeeper as necessary. Manage Development Expense Budget. Produce and present development activity reports for monthly Trustee and Staff meetings. Write Development section of the quarterly Bookends print newsletter. Remain current on ideas and strategies related to non-profit/library fundraising. Participate in regional outreach including participating in the Stonington Non-Profits, the Downtown Mystic Merchants, the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce, and other local events in the Groton and Stonington communities.
     Marketing (10%): Organize and attend library major events. Oversee and direct public profile of the Library development and marketing efforts through print and social media.
     Essential Skills: Successful candidate must be a reliable, self-motivated team player with an engaging attitude and commitment to excellent customer service. Effective and professional writing and verbal abilities with strong interpersonal skills are essential. Ability to comfortably interact with Staff, Trustees, Friends, donors and community members a requirement. Discretion and tact when engaging with the Library’s loyal and vocal advocates. This position requires proficient communication and organizational skills, along with the ability to meet deadlines, multitask and manage changing priorities. Evening and weekend hours often required of staff for popular community events.
     Experience: Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 5 years of experience in fundraising and/or grant writing preferably in a non-profit environment. Proficient in computer skills. Experience with social media platforms and web-design preferred. A familiarity with the greater Groton/Mystic/Stonington area is desirable. More critical is a willingness to learn quickly, jump in readily and commit to effectively administering the Library’s development program.
     Candidates please note that the Library has a resident pet cat named Mito which may cause a problem with extremely allergic individuals.
     Salary & Benefits: Salary based on experience with vacation, insurance contribution and 403(b) retirement plan with match component.
     Please send resume with three references to by June 1, 2018. No phone calls please.

Part-time Reference/Information Services Librarian - James Blackstone Memorial Library, Branford

Part-time Reference/Information Services Librarian - The James Blackstone Memorial Library is seeking an enthusiastic, technology savvy, part-time librarian to join a busy, service-oriented reference department. Candidates should have excellent customer service skills and be well-versed in library reference and research techniques in a variety of formats. Knowledge and proficiency of emerging technology trends and social media is essential. Public library experience a plus, especially from a LION library. Master’s degree from an ALA accredited library school is required. Individuals working toward completing their MLS degree will also be considered. Up to 12 to 16 hours a week, including evenings and weekends. We are willing to be flexible depending on your experience and schedule. Salary range: $18.00 to $20.00/hour. Please send cover letter and resume to by Friday, May 25.

Assistant Director - Ridgefield Library

Assistant Director - Ridgefield Library, Ridgefield, CT. The dynamic Ridgefield Library ( seeks an engaged, forward-thinking public library leader as its next Assistant Director. Working in partnership with the Library Director, Senior Administration, and a creative and committed staff, the Assistant Director serves as the operational manager of the Library, seeking to continually grow the innovative provision of 21st century library services to our engaged community of 25,000. The successful candidate will have the desire to work as part of a team providing exceptional patron service, the leadership skills to manage and develop staff, the ability to develop effective community partnerships, the knowledge to seek out grant opportunities as well as support on-going fundraising efforts, and will share a strong philosophy of service and civic participation. A new (2014) $20 million state-of-the-art building offers the opportunity be a key leader of a talented staff team (27.5 FTE) in this vibrant community. The Ridgefield Library, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, has an annual budget of $2.7 million and is primarily supported by town appropriation in conjunction with significant fundraising endeavors and contributions. In addition, an active Friends organization provides funding for programs and other efforts outside the Library's operating budget.
     Responsibilities. The Assistant Director of the Ridgefield Library serves as the operational manager of the Library under the general supervision of the Library Director and as part of the Senior Administration team. Maintains best practices in the supervision of staff and provision of Library services. Keeps current on Library issues, trends, programming, and technology. Serves as a key member of Library community outreach efforts. Leads and coordinates communications and public relations. Leads and coordinates programming across departments, especially in the areas of STEAM, coding, and maker activities. The Assistant Director promotes a culture that reflects the Library's values, encourages good performance, and rewards creativity, innovation and productivity.
     Qualifications. Minimum requirements are a Masters of Library Science or a Masters of Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution and five years managerial experience in a public library setting. Desired qualifications include exceptional management skills, working in a team environment, commitment to staff development, demonstrated fiscal management skills. Additional abilities include managing change, communicating effectively, providing excellent customer service, maintaining relationships with Board, Friends, donors, supporters, and other community leaders, and working effectively with elected officials and other town organizations. The successful candidate must live within a reasonable commute distance of the Town of Ridgefield.
     Position Description
     Compensation. The hiring range for the position is $85,000 – 95,000 annually (with placement dependent upon qualifications) and includes a competitive employee benefits package.
     To start the application process, send a meaningful cover letter and resume as Word or PDF attachments to Leslie Vuilleumier, Executive Assistant, on or before the closing date of June 1, 2018.

Librarian, Information Services - Greenwich Library

Librarian, Information Services - (Part-Time 15 Hours/Week) Greenwich Library, Greenwich, CT. Assist, advise and instruct patrons in the use of library materials, print and electronic resources. Provides technical support for patrons using public computers. Provides reference and readers advisory services to all users. Master's Degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited college or university. One year of work experience in reference service preferred, but will consider a recent graduate with focus on technology. Detailed information about the Town as well as the job description and requirements are available on the Town’s website, or Town of Greenwich, HR Department, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830. EOE M/F/D/V

Children’s Librarian - Cos Cob Library

Children’s Librarian - Cos Cob Library (Pt 15 hrs/wk). Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university (preferred) or Master's Degree in Library Science in progress, with a focus on children's librarianship; One year of experience in library services for children or other closely related field; Strong background in children's literature and knowledge of early childhood development; Flexible schedule with ability to work mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Special Necessary Requirement: Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university, or must possess the degree within seven months of appointment to the position. Detailed information about the Town as well as the job description and requirements are available on the Town’s website, or HR Department, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830. EOE M/F/D/V

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Associate Editor, Social Sciences, Choice Reviews - American Library Association

Associate Editor, Social Sciences, Choice Reviews - American Library Association (ALA). CHOICE (, a publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL, a division of the American Library Association), and the publisher of Choice Reviews and ccAdvisor, the premier sources for reviews of new English-language books and digital resources for academic libraries, is seeking an associate editor, social sciences.
     Reporting to the editorial director, the social sciences associate editor ensures high-quality monthly review coverage of the most important new print and digital resources for academic and scholarly library collections. The associate editor selects publications and digital resources for review; oversees a pool of expert reviewers in relevant subject areas (e.g., anthropology, sociology, history); edits reviews for publication; and prepares/edits special features, newsletters, and bibliographic essays.

     Requirements: Minimum of three years editorial experience in an academic, consumer, or trade publishing operation. Broad knowledge of the social sciences and collection-development practices and trends in academic libraries. MLS and/or library experience in the social sciences or collection development highly desirable.
     Salary: Negotiable from the low 40s; based on relevant experience. ALA offers a comprehensive and valuable benefits package that includes generous paid vacation and retirement annuity.
     Location: CHOICE is located in Middletown, CT. No option to work remotely.
     Apply online at including cover letter and resume. (additional documents can be uploaded on the same screen as the resume); OR, send a cover letter and resume to: American Library Association, Human Resources, Ref: socialscieditCHOICE, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611-6763; Fax: (312) 280-5270; Email:
     The American Library Association is an equal opportunity employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran.

Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Branch Manager - Courtland S. Wilson Branch, New Haven Free Public Library

Branch Manager - Courtland S. Wilson Branch, New Haven Free Public Library. (M-5753) SALARY: MINIMUM $62,690 annualized. Full time, 37.5 hours per week.
     NATURE OF WORK: This is professional library work in the supervision of a major branch library. The branch serves a diverse population, including a substantial Spanish speaking community. Branch Managers supervise all aspects of daily branch operations. Operations include the facility, collection, equipment, budget, staff, programs, and related services. The Manager is responsible for identifying and responding to the needs of the community. This involves interaction with community representatives, neighborhood associations, professional and business organizations, schools and social agencies serving the community. As supervisor the Branch Manager serves as coach, mentor and mediator with staff. Work is performed with latitude for professional judgment under the general supervision of a higher level supervisor and is reviewed through conferences and observation of results.
     MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A Master’s degree in Library Science and at least three to five years’ experience in professional library work, including at least six months of supervisory experience; and all knowledge, skills and abilities as stated in the job description, including but not limited to: Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of library science; Considerable knowledge of the objectives of library service to the community; Ability to apply library science and management techniques to operating and supervising problems; Ability to plan and supervise operations of a library branch.
     This position is included in a collective bargaining agreement with Local 3144, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. As a condition of continued employment, a person appointed to a Local 3144 bargaining unit position will be required to obtain union membership at the completion of 90 working days.
     Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of: (1) a background check, (2) a physical examination, including drug screening, and (3) a 90-day probationary period.
     TO APPLY: 1) Go to 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 Deadline: June 1, 2018.

Monday, May 07, 2018

Library Assistant - Case Memorial Library, Orange

Library Assistant - Case Memorial Library, Orange. Part-time Library Assistant, 12 hours per week, $11.89/hour, in our busy Circulation Department. Some evening hours and a Friday/Saturday rotation are required. High school diploma or equivalent is required; college degree a plus. Library experience and familiarity with Sierra ILS are desirable. The successful candidate should have excellent customer service and computer skills, a love of reading and books, and be able to perform a wide variety of clerical and library duties. Job description following. Please email a cover letter, resume, and the names of three professional references to Kathy Giotsas, Library Director, 176 Tyler City Road, Orange, CT 06477 or by email to by 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 25, 2018. EOE. No Calls Please.

Library Services Assistant - Burnham Library, Bridgewater

Library Services Assistant - The Burnham Library in Bridgewater, Connecticut, is seeking a friendly, tech-savvy, customer oriented individual with strong interpersonal skills to provide high quality service to library users. Primary duties include, but are not limited to, staffing the main circulation desk as well as performing a variety of circulation and clerical tasks related to the operation of the library, assisting users with library equipment, and helping patrons to use devices and access downloadable content. Library or related experience preferred, but we are willing to train. Hours vary from 8 to 12 hours per week. Tuesdays 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Thursdays 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. and two Saturdays per month 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. with flexibility to work substitute hours. For more information or to apply, visit