PROGRAM AND PUBLICITY LIBRARIAN
Adult & Technical Services Department
Salaried Full Time (101)
35 hours per week including nights and weekends
The Program and Publicity Librarian is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing adult programming activities and events for the library. The Program and Publicity Librarian develops the online library newsletter, the printed monthly calendar, and content for social media. The Program and Publicity Librarian must possess excellent written communication skills. The position requires outstanding organizational skills and the ability to be detail oriented
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Possess excellent customer service skills; be detail oriented and thorough; be able to create and coordinate interesting programs for adults; be adept in social networking tools, and digital resources; and is a library advocate who markets the Library's programs and services on a regular basis to promote library usage and awareness. Candidate must have the ability to work effectively with community organizations. Ability to:
- communicate ideas effectively in spoken and written English
- work with the library's technology tools including Outlook, library website, word processing, spreadsheets and database software
- establish and maintain effective working relationships with library customers and staff
- develop promotional copy and perform technical editorial work
- promote public awareness of library events and facilities
Education and Experience:
Program and Publicity Librarian must have a Master's degree in library science from an ALA accredited library school, certification as a Professional Librarian issued by the State of New Jersey, and some experience working in public libraries and with coordinating programs and events.
Stephanie Filippone, Adult & Technical Services Manager
By Friday, October 31, 2014 . The position may be filled prior to the application deadline. Send application, cover letter, resume and two writing samples to Maryann Ralph, Assistant Director, email@example.com.
Information Technology and EBTV Department
Hourly Part Time (104)
As needed to teach regular series of QuickBooks classes, including evening and weekend hours
The QuickBooks Instructor develops and runs regular classes on the use of QuickBooks accounting software for library patrons and does related work as required.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
The QuickBooks Instructor must have a thorough knowledge of:
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Internet Browsers
- Various web based tools and technologies
- Accounting practices and accounting specific terminology in relation to Quickbooks.
- Train staff and customers in the use of QuickBooks, and the purpose of different menus and tools
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with library customers and associates
- Communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing
- Exercise initiative and independent judgment
A working knowledge of:
The ability to:
Minimum Training and Experience:
The QuickBooks Instructor must have real-world experience working with the most recent versions of QuickBooks, and have gone through formal training in the use of QuickBooks. They should also have a thorough understanding of accounting principles as they relate to QuickBooks. Prior experience teaching or training adults is preferred.
$17.35 and up depending on experience
Chris Hyde, Manager of Information Technology & EBTV
By 5:00 p.m. Friday, November 28, 2014. The position may be filled prior to the application deadline. Send resume, cover letter, and application to Maryann Ralph, firstname.lastname@example.org. Print application here
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