Part Time Children’s Librarian at Pleasanton Public Library

· Do you have a passion for transforming the lives of children and their caregivers?

· Do you thrive on creating connections while hosting storytimes and school tours?

· Would you love working with a collaborative team developing new, innovative programs and participating in community outreach?

· Are you technology savvy and continually looking for new ways to engage and connect with the community?

If you answered yes to these questions, the half-time librarian position in Pleasanton is for you!

For more information please click on the attachment or visit Pleasanton’s Job Opportunities page at :

http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/gov/depts/hr/jobs/default.asp

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Part Time Childrens Librarian

LIBRARY ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK (part time) at San Mateo Public Library

THE POSITION: The San Mateo Public Library is seeking an energetic and motivated individual to provide support to the Administrative Office Team at the Main Library, including clerical, record keeping, cash handling and other related duties as assigned.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
 Respond to public in-person and telephone requests for services and information.
 Perform a wide variety of routine clerical work, including filing, billing, processing correspondence, record keeping
 Sort and distribute incoming and outgoing correspondence
 Assist and support the booking of Library meeting rooms
 Provide clerical support to Library departments
 Provide support to Main Library Passport Acceptance Office as a Passport Acceptance Agent (training to be provided)

 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Knowledge of: Office methods and equipment, including experience with Microsoft Office Suite programs: at minimum Word, Excel; and Outlook; English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Ability to: Provide good customer service; perform routine clerical work, operate office machines, learn offices methods, rules and policies; understand and carry out oral and written instructions; speak and write clearly.
Experience and Education: Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be equivalent to completion of 12th grade, including or supplemented by specialized clerical courses.

TO APPLY: Submit an official City of San Mateo application to: San Mateo Public Library, Administration Office, 55 West Third Ave., San Mateo, CA 94402

Application forms may be picked up at: San Mateo City Hall – 330 W. 20th Ave.; Main Library – 55 West Third Ave.; Hillsdale Library – 205 W. Hillsdale Blvd.; or Marina Library – 1530 Susan Court. Application form may be printed off of the City of San Mateo website at www.cityofsanmateo.org, under Human Resources.

Deadline: Apply no later than Friday, 1/27/17 at 5:00 P.M.

For more information please check below:

Library Assistant Job opening at San Mateo Public Library

Job Opening for Library Assistant I

For Information check the link below:

Job Opening at the City of Santa Clara Library Assistant I

 

Job Opening at Carmel Public Library Foundation

JOB POSTING
CARMEL PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION
Position Description

Position:  Executive Director
Reports to:  Board of Directors
Classification:  Full-Time&Salaried Employment, At Will
Work Schedule:  Typically works 40 hours per week, varies with programs and events

Summary of Position

The Executive Director is the chief administrator and fundraiser for the Carmel Public Library Foundation (CPLF) and is responsible for the overall management of all activities.  The Executive Director coordinates the activities of the Board of Directors and its Committees, and all the fundraising activities which further current and long-term library needs.  Works closely with the Library Director to ensure CPLF mission is consistent with goals and organizational capacity of the Library.  With the Library Director, works with City of Carmelofficials and staff as appropriate and necessary.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities:

Fundraises through systematic approaches and personal contacts, both independently and in cooperation with Board members and library management.  This includes individual gifts, annual campaigns, major gifts, planned gifts, sponsorship, lifetime giving and foundation giving and grants.

Educates the public regarding the library’s needs and goals and articulates the vision of CPLF and the library to stakeholders and constituents in the community and beyond.

Creates giving opportunities, strategies and incentives for charitable giving.  Builds partnerships within the community that advance this goal.  Develops ways to recognize and incentivize donors.  Organizes with committees the cultivation events that achieve these goals.

Develops effective, positive, cooperative relationships with library staff, library trustees, city government and staff, friends of the library, professional and civic organizations, and people in the community.  Furthers overall awareness and engagement with CPLF and its mission.

Oversees legal and fiscal responsibilities of CPLF, ensuring the Board is advised of its obligations.  Maintains and properly manages all necessary financial and legal records.

Prepares an annual budget to use in planning yearly activities of CPLF.

Organizes,with the oversight of the Board President, monthly Board of Director meetings and reports to them the affairs of CPLF.  Carries forward the policies and directives of the Board and Committees.  Ensures that committee action receives Board approval.

Prepares marketing materials including fundraising campaigns, newsletters, direct mail solicitations, planned giving materials, program materials, electronic materials and other collateral materials as needed.

Organizes a series of public programs that serve to create awareness of the charitable mission, build new audiences, cultivate relationships with friends and donors, create opportunities for publicity and marketing, increase capacity of mailing lists and offer excellent free public service that furthers library mission.

Organizes an orientation process for Board members and works with the Board President to plan and organize an annual board retreat.

Develops long-range planning documents for Board and Library Trustees.

Qualifications
Experience preferred working with Raiser’s Edge, Excel, Word, Quick Books and Constant Contact.  Should have a solid working background with a minimum of five years previous fundraising, administration and management with a good understanding of office procedures and practices, and experience working with a non-profit board.  Previous, successful grant writing experience required. Previous large-scale event management required.  Must have excellent interpersonal skills, excellent writing skills and good computer skills.   Must have ability to multi-task and exercise discretion about priorities and workflow.  Must have ability to work flexible work schedule including evenings for programs and events.  Supervises staff and contractors to efficiently and cost-effectively manage work flow and deliver results.

Organizational Details& Resources
Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors

Executive Director works closely with Certified Public Accountant on financial oversight of organization.  Prepares documents for monthly and annual Board Director review. Prepares annual federal and state tax returns, and audit/quarterly/annual comprehensive financial reviews.

Executive Director works closely with the Finance Committee and two professional and independent investment management firms to provide the Board of Directors with financial management strategies that protect and grow the foundation’s endowment and other investment income.

Executive Director works closely and with close oversight with the Executive Committee and Board President on all CPLF personnel matters.  CPLF utilizes the human resources of a professional and independent company, PAYCHEK, for payroll processing and accounting.

Executive Director supervises:
·         Development Associate (currently part-time position)
·         Hourly Bookkeeper
·         IT Consultant
·         Graphic & Marketing Design Consultant
·         Special Events, marketing and production professionals
·         Utilizes as necessary on a project basis clerical services at the UPS Store at               the Carmel Crossroads

Salary & Benefits
Depends on experience.  Compensation package range: $65,000 to $125,000.  Medical benefits available.  Retirement benefits are also available after successful year of employment.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES
To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume:  Carmel Public Library Foundation, PO Box 2042, Carmel CA  93921 or email amitchell@carmelpubliclibraryfoundation.org.  No phone calls please.

Expanding Leadership and Management Perspectives Announcing a professional development program for middle managers!

What: An intensive, year long program for ten to twelve people focused on improving problem solving skills, understanding the big picture of the environment in which public libraries operate, and strengthening professional networks.

Whether you want to move up or are focused on being more effective in your current job, participation in this program will expand and improve your skills and performance as a member of a library management team.

Who: Managers that currently report to an executive (deputy/assistant director or library director) such as division managers, branch managers, unit or service level managers. More than one person from a member library may participate.

Why: You will be more effective and have more influence if you have a better understanding of the context in which the library operates. You will be better able to assist in leading and managing your library during this time of great change in libraries, local government and society.

How: Participants will meet monthly (meetings will be one Friday per month – participants will be polled before setting the specific recurring Friday) for day long meetings rotated among the participants’ libraries. Each meeting will focus on a leadership or management topic such as developing influence, relationships with Friends and Foundations, managing change, operating in a political environment, measuring and evaluating service effectiveness, and project management.

Each participant will research and present a topic to the group for in-depth discussion; guest speakers and the program facilitator will provide additional perspectives on the topics. A tour of the host library and time for networking during a working lunch will be included.

Program facilitator:  Jane Light, formerly director of San Jose and Redwood City libraries and currently a library management coach and consultant.

 Cost to participate: $900. PLP is subsidizing a portion of the total program cost.

To apply: Complete the attached Statement of Interest by December 2, 2016 and send it to Jane Light, Program Coordinator, at lightj@plsinfo.org.  Call her at 650-533-0548 with questions or for more information.