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Discussion 2016 Spectrum Leadership Institute

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 05:20 pm

Welcome and we cannot wait to see you at the upcoming ALA Annual Conference and 2016 Spectrum Leadership Institute! 

2016 Spectrum Leadership Institute

Celebrating the 2015-2016 Spectrum Scholars.  View the full list of scholars at: http://www.ala.org/news/press-releases/2015/07/ala-awards-60-spectrum-sc... also look for the ALA Award Panels (8 foot tall panels) in the Convention Center to see the panel honoring the 2015-2016 Cohort.

Welcome and we cannot wait to see you at the upcoming ALA Annual Conference and 2016 Spectrum Leadership Institute! 

2016 Spectrum Leadership Institute

Celebrating the 2015-2016 Spectrum Scholars.  View the full list of scholars at: http://www.ala.org/news/press-releases/2015/07/ala-awards-60-spectrum-sc... also look for the ALA Award Panels (8 foot tall panels) in the Convention Center to see the panel honoring the 2015-2016 Cohort.

Note: these are Special Events planned for the community of 2015-2016 Spectrum Scholars, and are closed to other attendees.  2015-2016 Scholars may include family joining us in Orlando in the Closing Ceremonies. Spectrum alumni, 2016-2017 Spectrum Scholars, and speakers/invited guests are welcome at all events. 

Thursday 6/23

Friday, 6/24

Sunday 6/26

Share Your Experiences - use the hashtags #alaspectrum and #alaac16

Suggestions for Additional Activities

Making the most of ALA Annual Conference

Here are some tips for enjoying and planning your time:

  • Did you know that over 20,000 people attend the ALA Annual Conference each year?! There are literally hundreds of things to do at any given minute.  So prepare for that but know you will have plenty of Spectrum colleagues to help you navigate it all, and that this time is for *your* networking and professional development -- enjoy it!
  • While your Spectrum events are conveniently all taking place in one hotel, the conference is spread out through the Convention Center and a number of hotels.  Free shuttle buses sponsored by Gale Cengage can help you get between locations.  See http://2016.alaannual.org/local-transportation
  • Review the Scheduler to identify events that interest you and add them to your personalized schedule.  See the tips below for using the Scheduler.
  • During our time at the Institute, you are encouraged to talk with your fellow scholars and alumni about what sessions you plan to attend and to ask questions from your peers, many of whom are seasoned conference goers.
  • All events that noted as Open and "Included with full conference registration" are free to attend, you are registered for the full conference.  Any events that have an additional cost and don't conflict with your Spectrum Institute are also ones you may attend if they are still accepting registration.  Visit the Registration area in the Convention Center to purchase tickets.
  • It's completely acceptable to pop into a conference program and if it's not what you thought it would be, exit and go to another session.
  • Review additional tips for First Time Conference Attendees at http://2016.alaannual.org/resources-first-time-attendees 
  • Explore the local community. View information on Orlando women- and minority-owned businesses and learn more about the Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes of Florida at http://2016.alaannual.org/local-transportation

Using the Scheduler and Mobile App

  • Identify your login for ala.org by going to any page on www.ala.org and clicking on login on the top right of any page.  You can use your ALA member ID or your email at which you receive ALA emails to recover your login.  Note: this is the same login you will use on the Conference Scheduler/Mobile App and on ALA Connect.
  • Go to the Scheduler at https://www.eventscribe.com/2016/ala-annual/ (or the App) and use your login.  
  • You can now star sessions to build your personal calendar for conference. 

Prepare to have fun and make new friends! 

Still have questions?  Just email us at spectrum@ala.org

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Discussion Spectrum Scholars News - February 2016

by Veronica Douglas on Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 09:46 am

Happy February Spectrum Community, we’re looking for ways to share the love so here’s our first attempt at a monthly roll-up

 

Join us in congratulating Spectrum Scholars on their recent honors:  

Happy February Spectrum Community, we’re looking for ways to share the love so here’s our first attempt at a monthly roll-up

 

Join us in congratulating Spectrum Scholars on their recent honors:  

We’d love to highlight all Scholars, share personal updates and promote others accomplishments by emailingspectrum@ala.org.

 

Three Ways We’d Love you to Give Back to Spectrum this Month

  • Share your story about how you’re helping libraries transform – reply directly to Miguel Figueroa, details athttp://connect.ala.org/node/249992
  • We’re looking for a School Librarian to appear on a LIVE online show talking about Social Justice @theLibrary on March 21 from 5:00 – 6:00pm Pacific.  TL News Night is a LIVE online show presented in news show format featuring a Wrap up of “This Month in School Libraries” and deeper discussion of topical school library issues with special guest experts from across the country. Panelist  share their perspectives for 5 – 10 minutes with chat and discussion with other attendees.   (http://tlvirtualcafe.wikispaces.com/TL+News+Night).  Email gprellwitz@ala.org if you’re interested.
  • Encourage LIS Students to apply for Spectrum (and other ALA scholarships) by March 1 –www.ala.org/scholarships

 

Meet Your Colleagues In Real Life:

Share events in your area with us at spectrum@ala.org and we’ll promote them in future updates.

 

Additional Opportunities to  Consider:

 

Have a lovely February,

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Discussion Spectrum Scholars News - March 2016

by Veronica Douglas on Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 09:45 am

Happy March Spectrum Community,

Join us in celebrating these honors and accomplishments:

Happy March Spectrum Community,

Join us in celebrating these honors and accomplishments:

We’d love to highlight all Scholars, share personal updates and promote others accomplishments by emailingspectrum@ala.org.

Meet Your Colleagues In Real Life:

Share events in your area with us at spectrum@ala.org and we’ll promote them.

 

Additional Opportunities to Consider:

Happy March! 

 

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Discussion Spectrum Scholar News & Accomplishments - May 2016

by Veronica Douglas on Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 09:42 am

Greetings Scholars!

 
In a continuing effort to build our Spectrum community, take a moment to read and celebrate the following honors and accomplishments of your fellow Scholars:
 

Bradley Kuykendall (2014 Scholar), Reference and Instruction Librarian at Lincoln University, was recently nominated to the BCALA Executive Board.

Greetings Scholars!

 
In a continuing effort to build our Spectrum community, take a moment to read and celebrate the following honors and accomplishments of your fellow Scholars:
 

Bradley Kuykendall (2014 Scholar), Reference and Instruction Librarian at Lincoln University, was recently nominated to the BCALA Executive Board.

Nicole Cooke (2008 Spectrum Doctoral Fellow) was honored with the American Library Association Equality Award. 

​Bergis Jules (2008 Scholar) is the keynote speaker for Digital Preservation 2016 in Milwaukee. He will be discussing the power and promise of diversity and inclusivity in digital preservation work.

José Aponte, San Diego County Library Director, will be biking across America to raise awareness and funds for the Spectrum Scholarship Program. He will be riding with Cycle America from Seattle to Boston. You can help fund his ride via Crowdrise.

Anita-Marie Martinez (2015 Scholar) is the Reforma Los Angeles Chapter 2016 Elizabeth Martinez Scholarship awardee. 

James E. Soucé (1998 Scholar) assistant manager, technical services, New York Public Library, recently wrote a blog post for the New York Public Libraries blog.

Aimee Babcock-Ellis (2007 Scholar) received a Food & Drug Administration Honor Award for cross-cutting project for 2015.

Charlotte Roh, is the new Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of San Francisco.

Leni Matthews, (2010 Scholar) was recently selected to participate at the Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL).

Kelly Lynn Anders (2014 Scholar), Executive Director, Jackson County Law Library, graduated with a library degree from the University of Missouri. She also  published her third book in 2015, The Organized Lawyer, Second Edition. 

Tamika Barnes (1998 Scholar) was recently promoted to Department Head, Perimeter College Library Services following the consolidation of Georgia Perimeter College and Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA.

April Hathcock, (2012 Scholar) was the opening speaker at the 2016 LACUNY Institute -- Race Matters: Libraries, Racisim, and Antiracism.

In fact, MANY! Scholars were speakers at the 2016 LACUNY Institute, including:

  • Nicole Cooke, who presented Interrogating Racism and Exploring Identity in LIS Classrooms  Collaborative Autoethnography in Social Justice Education, with Robin Kurz

  • Anthony Bishop, who presented Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Exploring the Issues African-American Librarians Face

  • Charlotte Roh, who presented Inequalities of Scholarly Publishing

  • Tahirah Akbar-Williams, who presented Black Feminist Librarianship

  • Alexandra Rivera, who presented Missing Persons: Finding Multiracial Resources in a Monoracially-Organized Library World, with Helen Look and Karen E. Downing

  • Brenda Mitchell-Powell, who presented The 1939 Sit-in Demonstration to Integrate the Alexandria, Virginia, Public Library: Hierarchies of Dominance, Power, and Control in Library Access for Blacks

  • Patricia Cortez Valdovinos, who presented Dissecting the Relationship Between Public Libraries and #BlackLivesMatter    

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Get a new job recently? Publish a paper? Win a scholarship or award? Present at a conference?
We love highlighting accomplishments from all Scholars! Share personal updates or promote your fellow scholars by emailingspectrum@ala.org.
 
Also: Share any Spectrum events in your area with us at spectrum@ala.org and we'll promote them.
 
Yvonne Ivey
on behalf of the Spectrum Advisory Committee

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Discussion Children's Librarian - Bilingual, Fox River Valley Public Library IL

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 10:19 am

Children's Librarian - Bilingual
Full Time
Hours: 40 hours/week
Salary: $20.02 per hour
Position Description
Do you have a passion for working with children (ages 0 to 12) and their caregivers? Can you shout and hop with iSalta, Ranita, Salta!? Do you know the correct order of the Harry Potter books by heart?
If you answered an enthusiastic “Yes!” to all these questions and meet the qualifications below, this job is especially built for you! Apply now, and we’ll see you at the interview!

Children's Librarian - Bilingual
Full Time
Hours: 40 hours/week
Salary: $20.02 per hour
Position Description
Do you have a passion for working with children (ages 0 to 12) and their caregivers? Can you shout and hop with iSalta, Ranita, Salta!? Do you know the correct order of the Harry Potter books by heart?
If you answered an enthusiastic “Yes!” to all these questions and meet the qualifications below, this job is especially built for you! Apply now, and we’ll see you at the interview!

We are looking for candidates with a passion for working with children and their caregivers. The successful applicant will be:
• acquainted with resources for children’s literature for the purposes of selection
• imaginative and energetic
• familiar with homework support resources and children’s literature
• able to plan and deliver engaging programs that support both childhood development and foster a love of reading
• comfortable with the technologies necessary to help patrons navigate the library environment in person, by phone and online
• bilingual Spanish / English

Our Children’s Department staff members work in a team environment, sharing the duties required to provide full information services to young patrons of all ages.

Educational requirement: MLS from an ALA accredited school
Positions will be open until filled.

To apply, send resume, cover letter, and completed application via email to HR@frvpld.info(link sends e-mail). No phone calls please. All application documents must be submitted electronically. Application submitted in person or via US mail will not be considered.

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Discussion Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian, MIT Libraries (apply by July 11)

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 09:32 am

Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian
Scholarly Communications and Collections Strategy
(Librarian I or II)

Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian
Scholarly Communications and Collections Strategy
(Librarian I or II)

Feel free to get in touch with any questions,
Michelle Baildon, Spectrum Scholar 2001
Collections Strategist for Arts & Humanities
Science, Technology, & Society (STS) Librarian
Coordinator, Arts & Humanities Community of Practice
MIT Libraries | Hayden Library | 14S-230
baildon@mit.edu | 617-253-9352
My pronouns are she, her, hers

The MIT Libraries seek an entrepreneurial and enthusiastic professional with a commitment to making scholarly research as openly accessible as possible. The Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian will join a newly created, innovative department which incorporates collections resource management under the umbrella of a strong and long-standing scholarly communications program. As part of that team, the Librarian will have the exciting opportunity to participate in influencing the evolution of the scholarly communication landscape in ways that benefit MIT and the broader environment for research, teaching and scholarship. 

Reporting to the Department Head for Scholarly Communications and Collections Strategy, the Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian will manage the production demands of a licensing negotiation workflow, negotiate library content licenses, participate in the development and deployment of the license program strategy, and support open access and scholarly communications initiatives in the MIT Libraries. Specific responsibilities include: 

 

  • reviewing library content license agreements, and carrying out projects related to license interpretation and license metadata
  • serving as the point person for text-mining of licensed and other scholarly resources
  • participating on project teams related to open access workflows and assisting with implementing changes to open access workflow systems, including for the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy
  • providing copyright and open access outreach to the MIT community, including teaching workshops, building guides, and writing blog stories, particularly for student populations
  • participating as a member of the Research Data Management Services group and the Negotiations team
  • working on projects that support scholarly publishing, open access, and copyright initiatives

As part of the negotiations team, the Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian will have the opportunity to experiment with using a licensing program to effect positive change in the scholarly communications landscape. Additionally, s/he will join actively in evolving discussions and experimentation regarding how best to infuse the values of transforming scholarly communications, social justice, diversity, and inclusion into our collections and licensing processes.  The Librarian will collaborate extensively with subject, acquisitions, metadata, and other librarians in the MIT Libraries and will be expected to engage professionally with library and scholarly organizations to further his/her foundational knowledge of trends and issues related to scholarly communication and licensing in order to contribute to strategic change.

The successful candidate will be a flexible and situational thinker who appreciates change and ambiguity and thrives on working in a fast-paced environment.  Professionals who enthusiastically embrace the empathy, courage, self-reflection and respect essential in a multicultural, diverse and inclusive workplace, and who strive to incorporate those values in public service work, research, and program development are encouraged to apply.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS for the position include

  • MLS/MLIS
  • Minimum of 2  years’ professional  experience in a research library setting  with some experience working with vendors of scholarly information resources, with license agreements, and/or negotiations
  • Demonstrated enthusiasm for experimentation and implementing new services and work methods
  • A collaborative approach to problem solving and working across organizational boundaries
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-based, shared decision-making environment: appropriately taking initiative or seeking guidance, working independently or collaboratively, and coordinating projects.
  • Knowledge or familiarity with matters pertaining to scholarly communication, such as open access, scholarly publishing practices, copyright and fair use, licensing, data management, repository services, and user privacy issues.
  • A commitment to increasing openness in the scholarly communication ecosystem

Preferred

  • Demonstrated vendor negotiation skills
  • Experience in open access outreach and workflows
  • Experience managing and manipulating metadata
  • Teaching/instruction skills
  • Expertise with tools or practices common  in digital scholarship

SALARY AND BENEFITS:  $55,000 is minimum entry-level salary. Actual salary and appointment classification (Librarian I or II) will depend on qualifications and experience.  MIT offers excellent benefits including a choice of health and retirement plans, a dental plan, tuition assistance and a relocation allowance.  The MIT Libraries afford a flexible and collegial working environment and foster professional growth of staff with management training and travel funding for professional meetings. 

Apply online at: http://careers.mit.edu/.  Applications must include cover letter and resume.  Priority will be given to applications received by July 11, 2016; position open until filled. MIT is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community and particularly encourages applications from qualified women and minority candidates.

The MIT Libraries support the Institute's programs of research and study with holdings of more than 2.9 million print volumes and 3.1 million special format items, and terabytes of MIT-owned digital content. In addition, rare special collections, Institute records, historical documents, and papers of noted faculty are held in the Institute Archives and Special Collections. Library resources and services are accessible to students and researchers through the Libraries’ website (http://libraries.mit.edu/), and library spaces are widely available for both collaborative work and quiet study. Library resources are supplemented by innovative services for bioinformatics, GIS, metadata, social science and other research data. Through a culture that encourages innovation and collaboration, the MIT Libraries are redefining the role of the 21st century library – making collections more accessible than ever before, and shaping the future of scholarly research. Library staff, at all levels, contribute to this spirit of innovation and to the mission of promoting learning, discovery and the advancement of knowledge at MIT and beyond.

The Libraries maintain memberships and affiliations in ArchivesSpace, arXiv, Association of Research Libraries, the BorrowDirect, DDI Alliance, DuraSpace, HathiTrust, CLIR/Digital Library Federation, Coalition of Networked Information, Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions, EDUCAUSE, National Digital Stewardship Alliance, NISO, North East Research Libraries, OCLC Research Library Partnership, ORCID, and TRAIL. The Libraries utilize Ex Libris’ Aleph for its integrated library system and have recently deployed EBSCO’s Discovery Service. DSpace@MIT, a digital repository developed over the past ten years by the MIT Libraries, serves to capture, preserve and communicate the intellectual output of MIT's faculty and research community. Other MIT repositories include: Dome, a second DSpace instance, providing access to a sizable image collection and other digital collections owned by the MIT Libraries; the MIT Geodata Repository for a diverse collection of GIS Data; and MIT’s DataVerse for licensed social science datasets.

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Robin M. Deadrick

Human Resources Administrator

MIT Libraries

77 Massachusetts Ave.

Room 14S-324

Cambridge MA  02139-4307

617.253.9322

 

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Discussion Archives and Records Center Coordinator, Yolo County Library (apply by July 1)

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 09:27 am

Find the next step in your career by applying with the Yolo County Library as the Archives and Records Center Coordinator! Yolo County Library is an eight branch system that encourages teamwork, diversity and innovation while providing a variety of opportunities in skill development and community engagement. This full time position is classified as a Librarian I/II and reports directly to the County Librarian.

Find the next step in your career by applying with the Yolo County Library as the Archives and Records Center Coordinator! Yolo County Library is an eight branch system that encourages teamwork, diversity and innovation while providing a variety of opportunities in skill development and community engagement. This full time position is classified as a Librarian I/II and reports directly to the County Librarian.

Yolo County is full of creative and rich cultural diversity and a farm to fork movement with its unique mix of rustic living and modern innovation. Farming and ranching activities have played an important role in making this county one of the leading agricultural producers in the nation. In addition, there are excellent cultural and leisure opportunities at the Woodland Opera House and the Mondavi Center, along with white water rafting in Cache Creek, bicycling along scene country roads, fishing along the Sacramento River and shopping at unique and local venues. Come apply with us today!

The deadline to apply for this position is July 1, 2016.

To learn more about this opportunity, and to apply online visit: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/yolococa/default.cfm

For questions about this position contact: Patty Wong, County Librarian, phone: (530) 848-8768, email: patty.wong@yolocounty.org

PLEASE NOTE!  Patty will be at ALA in Orlando from 6/23-6/28. Schedule a time to chat to learn more about the position!  Or call any time….

For more information about the recruitment process, please contact: Jenny Brown, Personnel Analyst, phone: (530) 666-8328.

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Discussion Digital Asset Coordinator, Washington University Libraries

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 09:24 am

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Digital Asset Coordinator

Recruitment has started for the position of Digital Asset Coordinator for Washington University Libraries. 

Job # 33892.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Digital Asset Coordinator

Recruitment has started for the position of Digital Asset Coordinator for Washington University Libraries. 

Job # 33892.

The Digital Asset Coordinator will report to the Head of Collection Management and Outreach for Special Collections, Joy Novak. The incumbent will lead and oversee the development and execution of strategies for the management of digital assets for Special Collections. Such responsibilities include the planning, coordination, and implementation of workflows and policies for the accessioning, processing, description, and preservation of digital content, including born-digital records. The position also supports wider Library, Campus, and/or Community digital projects and initiatives by assisting in archiving digital content.;     leads in the planning, coordination, and execution of effective and sustainable workflows for the management of Special Collections digital assets, including born-digital records. Responsibilities include accessioning, processing, access, and preservation of digital content. This position works collaboratively with curators, other staff, vendors, and/or researchers to coordinate and support Special Collections’ digital projects; support the archiving and preservation of Library, Campus, and/or Community digital projects and initiatives. This includes implementing tools and services such as Archive-It.

Other responsibilities of the position, as well as salary information and the required qualifications, appear in the job description which is available at:

https://jobs.wustl.edu

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Discussion National Digital Stewardship Paid Residency at the Library of Congress (apply by July 20)

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 10:57 am

I am delighted to announce that the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) program is now accepting applications through July 20, 2016. Applicants can apply through the USAJOBs vacancy announcement available from https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/441209500 

I am delighted to announce that the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) program is now accepting applications through July 20, 2016. Applicants can apply through the USAJOBs vacancy announcement available from https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/441209500 

If you aren’t familiar, the NDSR program is a field experience opportunity developed by the Library of Congress and the Institute of Museum and Library Services open to recent masters and doctoral graduates interested in digital stewardship, who have graduated from an accredited degree-granting program between summer 2014 and summer 2016. Doctoral candidates with graduation beyond summer 2016 are also encouraged to apply. You can read more about the NDSR program from the website, available from http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/ndsr

The Library and five host institutions will select five residents to begin a one-year full-time paid residency to develop, apply, and advance their digital stewardship knowledge and skills in real-world settings. Please pass this message along!

An application factsheet is availableat:
http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/ndsr/documents/Resident_Applicant_Ins... 

Thank you,

George

George Coulbourne
Chief, Internship and Fellowship Programs
National and International Outreach
Library of Congress
101 Independence Avenue
Washington, DC 20540-3000
(o) 202-707-7856 (iP) 202-258-2969
gcou@loc.gov| www.loc.gov

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Discussion Public Services Librarian II - Adult, Maple Heights (apply by June 25)

by Gwendolyn Prellwitz (staff) on Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 10:47 am

CUYAHOGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY – Maple Heights

Public Services Librarian II – ADULT
Full-time
BEGINNING SALARY (DOQ): $50,461 - $61,924

Position Closes on: 6/25/16

CUYAHOGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY – Maple Heights

Public Services Librarian II – ADULT
Full-time
BEGINNING SALARY (DOQ): $50,461 - $61,924

Position Closes on: 6/25/16

GENERAL SUMMARY
Under limited supervision, provides reference and reader advisory services to customers. Instructs users in operation of library services and equipment. Participates in collection development and maintenance activities of the assigned subject area. Develops new and maintains ongoing programs and outreach opportunities to promote literacy. May serve as a person-in-charge of a branch and may supervise positions noted above. Assesses needs of the community and coordinates age appropriate outreach and program activities to ensure the goals and objectives of the library system are met. Supervisor of staffing and services for age group specialty.

Summary Minimum Education & Experience Required

1. Master's degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited library school.

2. At least two years of library service experience.

3. Previous supervisory experience strongly preferred.

OTHER TESTING/LICENSES REQUIRED

1. License
A valid driver’s license, reliable personal transportation and in-force automobile insurance required.

2. A criminal background check is required, as are pre-employment drug and nicotine screens.

To learn more about this exciting opportunity and to apply online, please visit our website at www.cuyahogalibrary.org.

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This Community brings together past and present recipients of ALA's Spectrum Scholarship and other library diversity recruitment initiatives to support the active involvement of new professionals in ALA and their communities, to build connections between Scholars across the country for their mutual support and advancement, and to facilitate ongoing professional development and leadership opportunities supporting retention in the field. All are welcome to join!

Established in 1997, the Spectrum Scholarship Program is ALA's national diversity and recruitment effort designed to address the specific issue of under-representation of critically needed ethnic librarians within the profession while serving as a model for ways to bring attention to larger diversity issues in the future.

 

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