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North Country Library System


Take a leadership role and assist public libraries in northern New York State to achieve new levels of innovative service and resource sharing. The North Country Library System seeks a visionary leader responsive to member library and community needs, and skilled in focusing the efforts of a talented staff to be its next Director. NCLS is a cooperative of 65 public libraries covering Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego and St. Lawrence Counties in New York State. With a $2.2 million budget and 20 FTE staff, NCLS is a member focused organization with a mission to provide collaborative services that strengthen our libraries. NCLS's recently renovated 14,000 square-foot, solar powered headquarters is situated on a beautiful eleven-acre wooded lot bordering the Black River in Watertown, NY.

The North Country region offers a vibrant blend of outdoor activities, safe, affordable communities and easy access to the advantages of larger cities. Watertown is a growing small city that is a few miles from Lake Ontario and the Thousand Islands region. The Adirondacks, Kingston and Ottawa, Ontario, and Syracuse are all nearby. The area is a recreational playground with numerous opportunities for boating, kayaking, whitewater rafting, hiking, fishing, skiing and much more. The blend of recreation, cultural opportunities, education with six colleges in the area, good schools and one of the lowest costs of living in the state make this a great place to live.

Responsibilities. The System Director, under the general direction of the Board of Trustees, is responsible for the administration of System operations. The Director supervises the department managers and works with the Board, staff and library Directors to align System services with the member libraries' needs and priorities. For the complete position description, see NCLS Director Responsibilities.

Qualifications. An ALA-accredited Master's Degree in Library Science; the ability to obtain a NY State Public Librarian Certificate; a minimum of eight years post MLS experience, three years in an administrative capacity. Essential abilities and experience include creativity, enthusiasm, superior written and oral communications skills; political acumen; consensus-building skills; experience in recruiting, evaluating and mentoring staff; a thorough knowledge of library trends and best practices; an understanding of innovative library technology; proven success working with and reporting to a governing board.

Salary. The hiring salary range is $85,000 - $100,000 (with placement being dependent on experience and qualifications) and an attractive benefits package.

For further information go to

To start the application process, submit a cover letter, resume and references to on or before the closing date of June 30, 2017.


Posted 5/2/2017

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Southern Tier Library System

Engagement Consultant

Southern Tier Library System is accepting applications for the position of Engagement Consultant. The library system seeks an energetic candidate with a vision for 21st century library practices, and a passion for providing meaningful services to 48 member libraries within a team-based cooperative library system environment.

General Statement of Duties

This is a level 4 full time professional position serving in a leadership role within the Division of Professional Development & Outreach. The Engagement Consultant provides support to member libraries relative to all aspects and approaches of library operations specific to system-wide digital collections, website development, digital literacy instruction and regional public library advocacy. Areas of specialization might include: digital librarianship, website design, project management, community engagement, relationship building, trending services, leadership & marketing.


Essential Functions of the Position

Continuing Education: Consistently participates in professional development trainings to stay current on trends and best practices relative to General Statement of Duties. Continually learns to serve as a library system expert in all things related to public library practices and specifically digital librarianship, community engagement and overall library advocacy.


Programming: Works to educate, encourage and support library directors and staff to lead at high levels of efficiency, which results in local library services that enhance community engagement through digital librarianship and overall library advocacy. Focuses on utilizing tools, resources and knowledge that align with best practices to help libraries and their staff exceed standards through training opportunities. Employs trending and innovative ways within the field. Benchmarks national and state practices.


Marketing: Responsible for overall library system marketing to member libraries and library system communities to make visible organization's objectives and mission. Communication activities include newsletters, blogs, email, press releases, website content, social media, and all other outlet forms. Strives to make library system services well known to member libraries and their communities to bring regional awareness to public libraries. 

Advocacy: Leads library system advocacy programs at local and state levels. Brings visibility to the successful work of public libraries throughout the region by building relationships with media outlets and elected officials. Coordinates meetings with local and state representatives to discuss the importance of supporting and funding libraries.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Exhibits innovative, enthusiastic and adaptive qualities.
  • Willing to work flexible schedule to meet member libraries' needs. 
  • Strong desire to enhance digital presence of library system and member libraries.
  • Demonstrates leadership skills, and aspires to move up within the field.
  • Works cohesively in a team and project-based environment. 
  • Communicates successfully in front of audiences, board members and library staff.
  • Expresses a high-level of empathy for libraries and people with diverse skill-sets.
  • Ability to collaborate with other library system Divisions and align goals with Plan of Service.
  • Proficient in multiple computer applications, and technologically savvy.


Minimum Qualifications

Master's degree from an ALA accredited library school; or Bachelor's degree with relevant digital librarianship and marketing experience.

Strong commitment to providing public library support within fast-paced work environment.

Valid driver's license.


Desired Qualifications

Knowledge of New York State Education laws as they pertain to Public and Association Libraries.
Prior experience working in digital collections, preservation or customer service.

Professionalism and commitment to the field of library science and information.

Active participation in State-level initiatives and Associations.


Salary & Benefits

Salary range is $48,000 – $52,000 for this 37.5 hour per week position, and is commensurate with experience. New York State Retirement & Empire Health Plan. Paid vacation, sick, personal and holidays based on organizational contract.

How to Apply
Please email a meaningful cover letter, resume and at least 3 professional references to (Attn: Brian Hildreth, Executive Director).

Documents should be sent as pdf. Attachments. Subject line should read: "Engagement Consultant Search – Southern Tier Library System. Please provide your full name, physical mailing address, and primary phone number in the body of the email.

Preference will be given to applications received by May 19, 2017, but applications are accepted until the position is filled. Interviewing begins late May. Preferred start date is July 2017.


Posted 5/1/2017


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Corning Museum of Glass

Public Services Intern

The Rakow Research Library seeks a creative, energetic, self-motivated Public Services Intern for a paid summer internship who is eager to gain real world experience working in the world's foremost library on the art and history of glass and glassmaking. The successful candidate will have the unique opportunity to work with our diverse international patron base, ranging from grade school students to studio artists to advanced scholars. The intern will work with the Public Services Team, and the internship may be tailored to the strengths and/or interests of the individual.


Learning opportunities

  • Gain experience in the area of public services
  • Gain an understanding of the organization and inner workings of a specialized museum library
  • You may also gain experience in areas such as reference, instruction, outreach, and digital humanities

Potential learning tracks

The applicant should indicate which learning track they are most interested in.

Track One: Reference

The intern will help develop a program or project with the public services staff related to reference, instruction, or online research. Possible areas of exploration could be in developing rich, multimedia content for our online knowledge base, creating programming or virtual interactives for visitors and groups, developing online research guides, or assessing/evaluating public service functions.

Track Two: Outreach

The intern will take part in planning and executing outreach programming and content marketing. Possible activities include creating an engaging blog series or social media campaign; creating content for existing campaigns, including our donor newsletter; assessing/evaluating content marketing campaigns; and planning and participating in one of several internal and external Library events.

Track Three: Special Projects

With the public services team, the intern will develop a project addressing challenges such as revealing invisible collections or enriching cultural heritage through our oral history program.


Potential activities

  • Responding to basic reference queries, in person and virtually
  • Assist in staffing the reference desk
  • Providing database maintenance for LibAnswer & LibGuides
  • Assisting reference staff with instruction sessions for docents, schoolchildren, etc.
  • Assisting as needed with item retrieval copying materials for patrons, and updating bibliographies
  • Writing a blog pertaining to your internship experience

Work & Educational Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in or recent graduates of a graduate-level academic program relevant to the internship track, such as library science, communications, information studies, or history
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to details
  • Excellent communication and time management skills
  • Ability to work 30 hours a week for a minimum of 10 weeks
  • Ability to work independently; ability to take direction; willingness to ask questions
  • Ability to work in a Windows environment; proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to lift 25 pounds and push a book cart


  • Up to $1,500/month stipend, based on level of experience (summer internship ONLY)
  • 15% Discount in The Corning Museum of Glass Shops
  • 15% Discount in The Corning Museum of Glass Café
  • Free museum admission for you and guests during your internship
  • Opportunities to participate in meetings, professional development, and staff training with experts in the field
  • Course credit through your institution when possible

To Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter indicating your project interests to


Posted 4/27/2017

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Central New York Library Resources Council (CLRC)

Executive Director

The Central New York Library Resources Council (CLRC) Board of Trustees is in search of a knowledgeable, farsighted leader to serve as their future Executive Director. The successful candidate will work with the Board of Trustees, staff and membership in furthering the goals of the Council. Duties include but are not limited to; serving as an ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees, representing the Council at meetings pertinent to Council affairs, overseeing the implementation of the CLRC Plan of Service, acting as a liaison with the other Empire State Library Network Councils in New York State, supervision and hiring of library staff. 


A full job description may be found here.


The successful candidate must hold an MLS from an ALA-accredited program, hold or be eligible to receive, a New York State public librarian's professional certificate and have eight or more full years of professional library experience (post-MLS), at least two years of which shall have been in an administrative capacity. Other desirable qualifications include: current knowledge of the future trends in libraries; knowledge of personnel and financial management; and the ability to form relationships that give the Council a high-profile role within the New York library community.


To Apply:
Interested applicants must email a resume with a cover letter in PDF format to Application deadline is May 1, 2017.


Posted 4/20/2017


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David A. Howe Public Library

Assistant Director

The Board of Trustees of the David A. Howe Public Library in Wellsville, NY, is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Director. The library seeks an energetic, innovative and forward-thinking candidate with a vision for 21st-century library services.

The primary responsibilities of the Assistant Director will be:

  • Working with the Director to seek and write grants for creative continuous programs, collections, and facility upkeep
  • Overseeing the Library's special collections (Lincoln memorabilia, art, pocket watches, Currier & Ives, ) including displaying, researching, cataloging, digitizing, publicizing, and conserving/preserving
  • In tandem with the Director, working to research, develop, and promote partnerships with community groups, local agencies, schools, and nonprofit organizations to work across traditional boundaries and deliver better library service, value, and outcomes
  • Coordinating with the Director on library advocacy initiatives
  • Annually reviewing existing Library policies and recommending updates and new policies to the Director and Board of Trustees
  • Accurately filling out all required state and Southern Tier Library System reports, as well as recommended voluntary reports to government and library agencies, and submitting by required deadlines
  • Assisting the Director with development and implementation of library promotional strategy and plan to effectively create public awareness of library's services and programs


  • Bachelor's Degree; MLS/MLIS preferred
  • Three years of increasingly responsible Library experience
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of issues and principles of present-day library science and of library service operations
  • Knowledge of library administrative practices and budgets
  • Ability to work independently and manage numerous diverse tasks


This full-time position will be 35 hours per week and may include occasional evenings and Saturdays. Salary ranges from $37,000 to $40,000 depending on experience.


The David A. Howe Public Library is the largest public library in Allegany County and serves the beautiful Wellsville community area. It resides in the picturesque Appalachian Plateau and is a scenic one-hour drive from the Finger Lakes, Allegheny National Forest, Canada, Rochester, Buffalo and Corning/Elmira.


Please email a meaningful cover letter, resume, professional writing samples (preferably successful grant applications) and at least 3 professional references to Nic Gunning, Director, at


Documents should be sent as Word or PDF attachments. Subject line should read: "Assistant Director – David Howe Public Library."

Please provide your full name, physical mailing address, and primary phone number in the body of the email.


Closing date for receipt of applications: May 15, 2017


For more information about the library, visit us online at


Posted 4/14/2017


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Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmer's Museum

Library Collection Development Intern

Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers' Museum seek an innovative, outgoing and highly motivated collection development intern to join the Research Library team this summer. Working closely with Librarians, Curators, and other stakeholders, the collection development intern will help articulate collection strengths and make recommendations for acquisitions and withdrawals in selected areas of the Library's Main Collection. This is a full-time, paid internship for 8 weeks, to take place over the summer months of 2017.

Responsibilities include:

  • Research and write a collection summary for specific subject areas, identifying collection strengths and weaknesses, opportunities for growth and expansion, dates, formats, etc.
  • Develop a detailed collection development manual for acquisition and withdrawal procedures.
  • Make recommendations for titles to be retained or weeded, for sale or disposal by other means, or to be transferred to Special Collections.
  • Assist with preparing books for removal, and cataloging clean-up in ILS and OCLC Connexion.

Qualifications include:

  • Passion for American history, art, and/or material culture
  • Graduate work towards or recent completion of Masters of Library Science, Masters in Museum Studies, or related subject area.
  • Excellent research skills and technical expertise in data entry and MS Office
  • Demonstrated experience and/or interest in library special collections and museums
  • Demonstrated experience in project management and coordination

Interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter via email to Jessica Zinger, Human Resources Coordinator:


Posted 4/11/2017


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Ithaca College

Humanities Residency Librarian (Diversity and Innovation)

In support of Ithaca College's commitment to inclusivity, the Ithaca College Library invites applications for a two-year residency program designed to increase the presence of historically underrepresented groups in the professional librarian ranks and introduce new and innovative perspectives to the Library. The residency provides an early-career librarian with a range of professional experience in a supportive environment for professional exploration and engagement. The program is intended to recruit a recent library school graduate who will contribute effectively to the diversity of the profession and obtain a meaningful work experience. The College, a comprehensive residential campus community of 6,500 students, is nestled in the heart of New York state's Finger Lakes region. Combining small town warmth and charm with the vibrancy of a college community, the thriving and culturally diverse city of Ithaca has been rated by Kiplinger's as one of the top 10 places to live in the United States.

The first year of the residency is designed to introduce the resident to a She/he will provide collection development, research, and instructional services to the Writing, Religion & Philosophy, and English Departments, in addition to participating in library initiatives related to the digital humanities, the institutional repository, and student success. The resident will be eligible for professional development funding for relevant activities. Additional opportunities to participate in marketing/outreach and virtual service development will be available.

Additionally, in the second year of the residency, a research project that is tailored to resident's professional interests and to the needs of the library will be developed in consultation with the College Librarian. The resident may work independently or collaboratively with colleagues to develop, complete, and report on the project with a goal of publication or presentation at a professional conference.

A Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution, preferably granted within the most recent 24 months of the hiring date and demonstrated interest or experience in diversity and inclusion initiatives; undergraduate or graduate coursework in the humanities is preferred, as well as interest or experience in the digital humanities and user experience/user needs. Knowledge of current developments in academic librarianship, including current practices and technology in library instruction; excellent presentation and communication skills and the ability to effectively work and interact respectfully within a diverse and inclusive environment; ability to work collaboratively as well as independently with patrons from diverse backgrounds; ability to deal positively, collegially, and proactively within a changing environment are required.

The resident will be eligible and encouraged to apply for available professional positions in the library. Residents are appointed at the Librarian I level and receive full-time exempt employee benefits.

Preference will be given to applications received by April 24, 2017. The projected position start date is August 2017.

The complete position description and instructions for submitting applications are available at


Posted 4/5/2017


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Tompkins County Public Library

Library Director

The Tompkins County Public Library Board of Directors seeks an enthusiastic, visionary, community-minded leader as its next Library Director. The successful candidate will demonstrate strong leadership skills, exhibit a clear vision and commitment to librarianship and community engagement, articulate and advocate the Library's strategic directions, provide sound fiscal management, promote proactive leadership in technology integration and promote collaborative relationships within the Library and throughout the community.


The Library, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, has an annual budget of $4,004,856 supported by county funding with additional support from the Town of Ithaca, the Tompkins County Public Library Foundation and the Friends of the Tompkins Public Library. Tompkins County Public Library, chartered to serve the county of 101,950, serves as the Central Library of the Finger Lakes Library System's thirty-three libraries in five counties. The Library was originally founded by Ezra Cornell in 1864 as the Cornell Library Association and served as the first site of classes, faculty meetings and graduation of Cornell University. The current beautiful 66,747square-foot Library facility is at present undergoing renovations to add a new 21st Century Digital Lab, Makerspace and a new Teen Center as a result of a successful $3.57 million fundraising campaign. In 2016, the dedicated and award- winning staff (42.41 FTE) provided services to close to 400,000 visitors, circulated 816,517 items, hosted more than 33,200 attendees for programs and offered more than one million online interactions through the library website, the 'TCPL to Go' library app, catalog, digital collections internet and wireless access. 


Ithaca is located in Tompkins County and the beautiful Finger Lakes region of central New York State, a vital and engaged community that is home to Cornell University, Ithaca College and Tompkins Cortland Community College. Outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers will find numerous opportunities to hike, bike, ski, enjoy beautiful Cayuga Lake and seek new adventures. The Library is located in the center of a busy and growing downtown that includes a wide variety of restaurants and shops. Tompkins County offers ample opportunities for outdoor activities, a thriving cultural scene and award-winning school systems. 


To learn more, visit Ithaca and Tompkins County, New York


Responsibilities The Library Director has overall responsibility for administration of staff, resources and resource development, long range planning, service delivery, comprehensive programs, government relations, public and community relations, fiscal affairs, personnel and labor relations. Responsible for leading the Library to respond both positively and rapidly to changing community needs and demographics. Responsible for organizational development, contract negotiations and staff development. Responsible for fundraising, facilitating and maintaining close working relationships with the Tompkins County Legislature, Tompkins County Public Library Foundation, The Friends of the Tompkins County Public Library, and the City and Town of Ithaca.


Requirements Graduation from an ALA Accredited school or program with a graduate degree in library or information studies and possession of, or eligibility for, a New York State Public Librarian's Professional Certificate and eight years of satisfactory professional library experience in a library of recognized standing, two years of which must have been in an administrative capacity.

Other preferred qualifications include: experience reporting to a governing board, successful fundraising skills, experience working with budgets, construction and/or renovation experience, and working effectively with government officials and other public constituencies.


This position is a New York State Civil Service position. See Tompkins County Public Library Director Position Description to review the full position description. 


Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Generous benefits package.


Interested applicants should complete and submit the Tompkins County electronic application and attach a cover letter and resume by April 21, 2017. This vacancy posting is running in conjunction with the examination announcement. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications of the position will be invited to take the online training and experience examination through the NYS website starting June 1, 2017. If you have any questions about the application or the examination process or need any assistance throughout the process please contact the Tompkins County Department of Human Resources (607) 274-5526


TCPL is an equal opportunity employer


Posted 4/4/2017


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Ulysses Philomathic Library

Library Assistant

The Ulysses Philomathic Library is seeking a part-time Library Assistant for 20 hours per week, including some Saturday and evening hours.


Application Deadline: April 21, 2017


Send cover letter and resume to: Annette Birdsall,

No phone calls please.


Librarian Job Description

Please see for the full job description.


Summary of Essential Responsibilities

The library assistant, under the supervision of the Library Director (LD) will be responsible for creating, promoting, implementing, and tracking statistics for the children and tween summer reading programs, and will assist with other library programs throughout the year. The library assistant will provide cataloging and processing services for the library collection and assist with the tracking of memorial and gift books. The position also requires assisting patrons at the circulation desk with general library operations as well as other duties as assigned.


The Library Assistant must have an understanding of libraries, excellent attention to detail, the ability to prioritize tasks, enjoy reading and working with people. The ideal candidate will be organized, suited to task oriented work, creative, welcoming, and service-oriented. A college education is desired; flexibility and sense of humor are essential.


Posted 4/3/2017


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SUNY Upstate Medical Center

Resource Sharing Librarian

The Upstate Health Sciences Library is looking for a highly motivated creative thinker who will oversee the effective management of our Document Delivery/ILL department.


You will enjoy this position if you:

  • Are self-directed and a good problem solver
  • Take initiative and identify opportunities to produce positive change
  • Enjoy a diverse work environment and continuous learning
  • Are comfortable making and advocating for tough decisions
  • Thrive in an environment that is rapidly evolving

On the job you will:

  • Provide leadership for borrowing and lending operations that serve Upstate's diverse communities
  • Explore, recommend and implement new resource sharing initiatives to optimize return on investment and improve customer service
  • Assess and improve staff workflow efficiencies and systems integrations
  • Supervise, train and develop department staff
  • Collaborate with Reference personnel to train and support Upstate faculty, students, and staff to effectively use Document Delivery systems and services
  • Oversee and participate in daily ILL operations
  • Coordinate ILL copyright compliance
  • Work closely with Library Technology, Collection Management and Access Services colleagues to meet customers' needs
  • Assist with serials management in support of collection development and ILL best practices, with a focus on optimizing library spending
  • Represent the University with consortial partners at the regional, state, and national level
  • Remain current with advances in resource sharing and document delivery

At the Upstate Health Science Library, we:

  • Provide the resources and support needed to succeed on the job
  • Offer a competitive salary and a respectful, inclusive environment
  • Are committed to your professional development, supporting training opportunities and travel to national and regional meetings
  • Accommodate a healthy work-life balance

Minimum qualifications:

  • ALA accredited Masters in Library/Information Science or equivalent
  • 1-2 years supervisory experience
  • Experience with ILLIAD
  • Ability to identify and implement emerging technologies
  • Effective communication and customer service skills

Preferred qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of Odyssey, and DOCLINE
  • Experience with the IDS Project
  • Academic or medical library experience
  • Project management skills

Salary& Benefits

This is a 12month, tenure track position with faculty status. Initial appointment will be at the rank of Senior Assistant Librarian. Salary is dependent on qualifications. Excellent benefits package including TIAA-CREF and other retirement options.


Apply Online at:


Review of applications will begin on 04/15/17 and continue until position is filled


About working at Upstate Medical University


Upstate Medical University is Central New York's only academic medical center and the region's largest employer. Our community includes Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Health Professions, & Graduate Studies. University Hospital (a 400 bed tertiary care hospital), University Hospital (Community Campus), the Golisano's Children's Hospital and our new Cancer Center. For more information about Upstate, see


SUNY Upstate Medical University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive excellence through diversity. Upstate does not discriminate on the basis of any protected category.  At SUNY Upstate Medical University, we strive to promote a professional environment that encourages varied perspectives from faculty members with diverse life experiences. A respect for diversity is one of our core values. We are committed to recruiting and supporting a rich community of outstanding faculty, staff and students. We actively seek applications from women and members of underrepresented groups to contribute to the diversity of our university community in support of our teaching, research and clinical missions.


Posted 3/31/2017


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SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Library Director

State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) seeks an experienced, innovative, flexible, service-oriented senior librarian and administrative leader to direct all activities of the College Library. The Director of College Libraries will provide leadership for long-term planning, effective stewardship, and day to-day management of F. Franklin Moon Library on the Syracuse Campus and the library collections at remote campus properties. 


The Director reports to the Provost and Executive Vice President, oversees the work of librarians and support staff, and is responsible for the vision and direction of library operations in alignment with the college's mission, goals and initiatives. The successful candidate will be a strong leader, a collaborative manager, a forward thinking planner, and a relationship builder. This leader will value collegiality and will foster an inclusive, participatory team environment that results in consensus-driven decision making.


Serving a doctoral granting, research institution the Director of College Libraries will be expected to anticipate and work with others to meet 21st century library challenges including integrating appropriate emerging technologies and open access resources. The Director must possess a deep understanding of issues relevant to academic and research librarianship, including pedagogy and inquiry, scholarly communication and publishing, information literacy, digital libraries, library technologies, outcomes assessment, strategic planning, and advocacy. This position will require excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; a collaborative leadership style with an ability to assemble and manage effective teams; and commitment to institutional diversity, equity, and inclusion, including strong emotional intelligence, and the ability to engage and build relationships with College constituencies.


For more information visit:


Posted 3/30/2017


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School Library System Coordinator

TERMS: Full time, 12 months, office calendar


QUALIFICATIOINS: New York State teacher's certification in School Library/Media. Certification as a School District Leader will be required within three years of employment. At least three years experience as a School Librarian required. Excellent communication and technical skills.


Selected candidate will assume responsibility for:

  • Coordinating inter-library loans among component schools and between schools and their
  • Supervising the development of a Union Catalog, Cooperative Collection Development, and School Library Automation programs,
  • Supervising school library system staff,
  • Coordinating in-service activities to meet needs of component districts' librarians and library aides,
  • Maintaining liaisons with other school library systems (SCOOLS}, South Central Research Library Council, Four County Library System, and the State Education Department,
  • Serving as a consultant for component district librarians and library programs,
  • Administering School Library System program, which provides services to member libraries in 16 school districts and two non­ public schools under the System's Plan of Service as approved by the BOCES Cooperative Board of Education and the New York State Education Department, including the preparation of an Annual Report to the

SALARY/BENEFITS: $59,000-$68,500 depending o experience


STARTING DATE: As soon as possible


TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume and DCMO BOCES application found at OR email OR mail to:

Delaware-Chenango-Madison-Otsego BOCES

Attn: Human Resources

6678 County Road 32

Norwich, NY 13815-3554


DCMO BOCES does not discriminate based on actual or perceived race, color, religion, religious practice, national origin, ethnic group, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, political affiliation, age, marital status, military status, veteran status, disability, weight, predisposing genetic characteristic, domestic violence victim status, or any other basis prohibited by New York State and/or federal non-discrimination laws




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