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Browse Current Job Postings:

RIT - Coordinator of Circulation Services

Groton Public Library - Staff person (part time)

Candor Free Library - Director (part time)

Southworth Library - Library Aide (part time)

International Motor Racing Research Center - Head Archivist

Northeast College of Health Sciences - Electronic and Media Resources Librarian

Onondaga Free Library - Assistant Director/Teen Services Librarian

Upstate Health Sciences Library - Head of Archives & Special Collection



Coordinator of Circulation Services

Manage the circulating collection by creating and leading inventory, shelf reading, and shifting projects. Assist with the monitoring of overdue/missing materials, contacts those with overdue items, and bills individuals for lost materials when necessary. Partner with the Circulation Team to coordinate the hiring, training, managing, and mentoring of circulation student employees.


Full job description and how to apply.


Posted 5/23/2023

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Groton Public Library

Staff Person

Part Time Staff Person for 20-30 hours a week – pay rate will start at $18. May require some Saturdays and evenings.

We are looking for someone with:

  • Experience with Children and Teens
  • Technology Knowledge
  • Arts and Crafts Experience

To apply email for an application.


This position will be provisional pending probation and appointment. Deadline to apply is May 31, 2023.


For more information or questions email

Groton Public Library

112 East Cortland Street

Groton NY 13073


Candor Free Library


Candor Free Library, located in Candor, New York, is seeking an organized, creative, and community-oriented person to fill the position of Library Director. Our library's mission is to provide expert book and materials selection and to aid the individual in the pursuit of education, information, pleasure, research, and the creative use of leisure time.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate strong computer skills, verbal and written communication skills, and problem-solving skills. They would have the ability to establish effective working relationships with library staff and volunteers, and feel comfortable serving as the public face of the library in the community.

The Library Director is responsible for maintaining a welcome environment for patrons, supervising staff, working with the Board of trustees, developing programming, managing the collection, grant writing, record-keeping and oversight of the budget, and managing the library facility.

Minimum qualifications: Two years of education or training beyond high school; experience working with people of all ages; knowledge of computer technology and ability to use online catalog system; and the ability to work in a dynamic and changing environment. Library experience is helpful.

Compensation: $16.50 - $19/hour based on education and experience. This is a part-time position of 15-18 hours a week, sometimes requiring the director to adopt a flexible work schedule for events, programs, and meetings that may involve some weekends and evenings. There are no health benefits.

Qualified, interested individuals should email a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Candor Library at <>. Put "Search Committee" in the subject line. Submission Deadline: Friday June 9, 2023.

You can find a full library director job description at the library website, 


Posted 5/22/2023

Southworth Library

Library Aide

The Southworth Library in Dryden is looking for a dynamic, energetic person to assist with library programs and operations.  Experience with children and teens is preferred. This permanent part time position for ~20 hours a week including most Saturdays  starts mid-June. For more information and an application form check here.


Posted 5/22/2023

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International Motor Racing Research Center

Head Archivist

The head archivist will have responsibility for continuing a collecting program that includes materials from and about the world's premier motor racing organizations and drivers as well as significant holdings relating to regional amateur motorsport and unique forms of racing from dirt tracks, airports, off road and even snow and ice. Items represented in the rich holdings include corporate archives, publications and unpublished materials, race programs, posters, photographs, films, museum artifacts and memorabilia, as well as born-digital materials.

Reporting to the Executive Director of the IMRRC, the Archivist will build holdings through seeking and appraisal of potential acquisitions and work to enhance access and discoverability of existing collections. Through professional reference, educational outreach and exhibition work the Archivist will assist scholars, media, and the general public in utilizing the materials and showcase the incredible collections available at the IMRRC.

The Archivist will develop innovative strategic plans relating to the description and preservation of the collections, digitization initiatives, and physical storage and display facility needs. Joining the IMRRC at a dynamic period in the organization's history, the Archivist will engage with an enthusiastic governing council and donors, as well as attend important motorsport events to promote the collections.


Full listing here: Head-Archivist-Job-Description-IMRRC-5-23.pdf (

Please send letters of interest via email to Mark Steigerwald, Executive Director,


Posted 5/19/2023

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Northeast College of Health Sciences

Electronic and Media Resources Librarian


DIVISION: Academic Affairs

STATUS: Exempt

HOURS:   Full-Time, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., 35 hours per week

Note: As a member of our exempt work force there could be occasions when a commitment beyond the normal workweek may be required.


Position Summary:

Reporting to the Library Director, the Electronic and Media Resources Librarian (EMRL) is responsible for the day-to-day management of the library's electronic resources: databases, e-books, e-journals, access and discovery tools, LibGuides, and EZproxy configuration. The EMRL takes part in the acquisition, development, and supervision of the media collections in physical and digital formats, to include use of media materials and collections by students, faculty and staff with special emphasis on curricular uses of media; and anticipates technology/ format migrations and upgrades and identifies older materials for conversion and preservation. The EMRL works with faculty to integrate information literacy skills and library resources into the College curriculum. Provides media and digital-related library instruction and assistance to users at the Media service desk and in the online programs. Supervises and trains clerical staff and student assistants, and participates in planning, outcomes assessment, College committees, and professional development. This is a full time, 35 hours per week, faculty librarian position, with the opportunity to have a flexible work schedule.



1. Digital and Technical Services

  • Manages the library journal collection through EBSCO, our primary serials vendor, and other vendors as required.
  • Manages the library's online database links in the MS Access
  • Enters data and links for electronic and print subscriptions for Publication
  • Updates and maintains remote access and authentication products, ensuring electronic subscription links work on and off campus and subscription dates and titles are
  • Monitors EZproxy for optimal use for remote user
  • Updates and maintains the online content management system
  • Updates DOCLINE holdings
  • Creates, maintains, and/or updates cataloging records for electronic, media, and print materials within international, national, and professional
  • Performs original cataloging of print and non-print materials according to local, state, and national standards (AACR2, National Library of Medicine Classification, Medical Subject Headings, Chiropractic Subject Headings, MARC formatting) to add to the library's catalog
  • Leads a collaborative effort in design, development, and maintenance of the library's web services, including library web site and information resource
  • Creates and coordinates online tutorials and other digital learning objects for Information Literacy instruction of on-campus and distance
  • Collaborates with faculty, librarians and instructional technologists to identify, implement and promote innovative online tools and services, for both on-campus and distance

2.   Professional Development and Campus Committees

  • Maintains current awareness of professional practice and commitment to personal career development activities.
  • Participates in college governance and campus activities through Faculty Senate and other college committees, task forces, and
  • Prepares documentation and training tools and participates in delivery of faculty and staff training sessions.

3.   Other

  • Supervises and trains support staff and student
  • Facilitates assessment and use of analytic tools to gather, report, and evaluate web statistics and
  • Performs other duties as


  • Sufficient vision, hearing or other powers of observation and communication are essential to permit the employee to read, sort, and shelve library materials, communicate with patrons and co-workers, and maintain patron and information records. The employee must be able to move, shelve and retrieve library materials from high and low settings. Requires stooping, bending, stretching, pushing cartloads of books, supplies, etc. up to 40 lbs., and lifting up to 25 lbs. of books. Perform assigned duties in a clean, ventilated, lighted and temperature-controlled office environment. Perform duties in a positive, professionally growth-based


  • Master's degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited
  • A minimum of one (1) year work experience in an academic library
  • Experience working with integrated library systems, electronic resource management, authentication software, social networking technology, database administration, online course delivery, and media cataloging.
  • Ability to analyze and resolve complex
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a
  • Ability to balance multiple projects and set priorities in a time-sensitive
  • Strong customer service focus.
  • Excellent communication
  • Experience effectively leading and supervising

Northeast College of Health Sciences is committed to creating a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging with our college campus community. In support of our institutional values, we acknowledge each person's unique experience, perspective, and ability as contributions that both enrich our community and enhance the professions and people we serve. As such, the College is dedicated to providing equitable opportunities to all future and current employees, including those belonging to groups that have been historically underrepresented in higher education.


If you are interested in applying for this position; please submit a cover letter of interest, resume and contact information for three professional references to: the Office of Human Resources, 2360 State Route 89, Seneca Falls, NY 13148, or e-mail your response to:


* Employment is subject to the favorable result of a background investigation and where applicable, confirmation of appropriate degrees and credentialing.


Northeast College of Health Sciences is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against students or employees on the basis of age, race, color, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or handicapping conditions (or any other protected status) in its educational programs, financial aid, activities, admissions and employment practices.


Posted 5/18/2023

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Onondaga Free Library

Assistant Director/Teen Services Librarian

Duties and Responsibilities:

Oversees all library operations during the absence of the library director and informs the library director of events of significance during that time.

Carries out general public service duties and performs administrative duties as assigned by the library director.

Provides reference and material advisory services. 

Plans with the library director and staff the overall scope of library policies and services.

Communicates well with the library director, patrons, staff and volunteers.

Selects materials for adult fiction collections and assists in other materials selection.  Maintains and promotes the adult fiction collections.

Selects materials for, maintains and promotes collections for middle and high school aged students and assists in other materials selections, shelving and cataloging.

Creates and facilitates exhibits, speakers, activities, and programs for teens in grades 6 through 12, including outreach programs in cooperation with schools and other agencies.

As part of the youth services team, attends programming, youth services and county meetings as needed.

Plans, with the director and youth services team, the overall scope of teen activities, services, resources and policies; maintains statistics of teen services, circulation and programming and submits reports monthly.

Responsible for the entire Teen Space area including displays, equipment, furniture, materials, social media advertising and the youth services portion of the website.

Attends staff meetings, library board meetings if requested, professional meetings, workshops, and community activities.
Keeps up-to-date on library issues, policies, procedures and technology.


Qualifications and Requirements:

Master's Degree in Library Science from an accredited institution.
Possession of or eligibility for a New York State Public Librarian's Certificate.
Public library experience is preferred.
Day, evening and weekend hours are required.
Excellent people and customer service skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
A passion for literature and working with young adults is essential.
Knowledge and proficiency with computer technology is required. Must be adept at providing instruction and/or troubleshooting for patrons in relation to computer hardware, software, or portable devices, especially with library databases and applications.
Experience with the POLARIS circulation system is beneficial.


Compensation and Benefits:

This is a full time position of 35 hours per week.
Salary starts at $53,000 and is commensurate with experience.
Benefits include paid holiday, sick, and vacation leave; health insurance and TIAA CREF retirement plan.


To Apply:

Please email a cover letter, resume, and completed job application downloaded from the library website to:

Susan Morgan, Library Director
Onondaga Free Library
4840 West Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse, NY 13215


COVID-19 vaccination will be required subject to accommodations as required by law.

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


Application deadline is Friday, May 26, 2023.


Posted 5/11/2023

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Upstate Health Sciences Library

Head of Archives & Special Collection

The Upstate Health Sciences Library at Upstate Medical University seeks a collaborative individual to bring leadership, vision and support to the Archives and Special Collections (ASC) team.


This job is for you if you enjoy:

  • Cultivating, empowering and celebrating your team
  • Promotion and discovery of the Archives and Special Collections
  • Working and building relationships with faculty, students, donors, colleagues, researchers, and community members.
  • Adapting to an ever-changing environment

On the job you will:

  • Supervise for two full-time tenure track faculty, facilitating their professional growth
  • Identify departmental goals and objectives and provide leadership in fulfilling them
  • Engages with faculty, staff, students, and external researchers of Archives & Special Collections on consultations and outreach activities in support of  scholarship and research that uses the archival, special, and digital collections held by the Library. 
  • Develop and communicate policies and procedures for the department
  • Maintain Archives policies and procedures in Confluence 
  • Monitor and plan for the systems architecture of the ASC department, in consultation with the Digital Initiatives Archivist
  • Coordinate assessment and evaluation of departmental operations and services in the context of library and university mission, values, and goals.
  • Set priorities for cataloging rare books and print collections 
  • Develop and administer an annual lectureship in the History of the Health Sciences, including speaker selection and facilitation of research using our rare books holdings. 
  • Maintain the department budget
  • Handle space planning and allocation for ASC 
  • Facilitate donor relations for ASC 
  • Maintain the Upstate Portrait Collection 
  • Serve on library, faculty, and university-wide committees.

At the HSL, we:

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

Required Qualifications  

  • MSLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited program, or related field. Commensurate degree from a Non-US university welcomed  
  • A clear vision for archives and special collections departments in an academic setting  
  • Experience working in an academic archive or special collections department
  • Supervisory experience  
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Preferred Qualifications  

  • Demonstrated knowledge of collection development for archives, rare books and special collections; of archival principles and preservation techniques; and of contemporary and emerging digital and archival standards.
  • Experience using current archival technologies including a content management system (ArchivesSpace) for user services, collection discovery, and preservation in both physical and on-line environments
  • Demonstrated knowledge of cataloging metadata standards and principles to include: DCRM, AACR2, MARC21, LCSH, MeSH, and integrated library systems like OCLC  
  • Experience with Alma/Primo and/or OCLC connexion  
  • Understanding of descriptive bibliography and book history  
  • Demonstrated project management experience
  • Experience managing a budget
  • Space planning experience
  • Record of engagement with donors and demonstrated commitment to future donor development
  • Record of engagement with professional groups and activities and/or contributions to professional or scholarly literature  
  • Reading ability in Latin, French and/or German  

Note: Having one or more of the preferred qualifications listed is not required. We will support the successful candidate in growing their skills and experience as needed and encourage candidates to apply who want to join us in a building a collaborative environment where we continually learn together, share our knowledge, and work together promoting a library committed to kindness, professional growth, and our Upstate Values.


Salary & Benefits: 
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Summary of benefits
Apply online

The HSL's mission: 
Through its exemplary customer services, the Upstate Health Sciences Library ensures the discoverability and accessibility of the information resources needed to promote a healthy community. Our vision: The Upstate Health Sciences Library will excel at developing and providing innovative and sustainable solutions to meet information needs. We will be our communities' vital partner in discovery.


More about working at Upstate Medical University

The University seeks to create a work environment and organizational culture that reflect the society and community in which it is located and a climate for the success of every employee by appreciating the uniqueness that each one brings to the workplace. The Library encourages all candidates to supply statements demonstrating their commitment to diversity and inclusion as part of their application.


Posted 5/11/2023

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