Librarian – Outreach and Equity (Full-time Tenure-Track Faculty Position)

Skyline College, a community college in San Bruno/Bay Area, is seeking a librarian to join our team to focus on student outreach and equity efforts, including textbook affordability initiatives. This is a full-time, tenure-track position starting Fall 2017 and the online application is at https://jobs.smccd.edu/postings/2515

First review will begin on June 13, 2017.

San Mateo Public Library Employment Opportunity

Librarian I – Per Diem

THE POSITION: The San Mateo Public Library has two immediate openings for the position of per diem Librarian I. Responsibilities include serving at the Library’s Information Desks at the Main Library and Branches; researching and responding to difficult or technical reference questions; advising and assisting Library patrons; demonstrating the use of on-line library catalogs, databases and other user aids; performing bibliographic searches using online and/or print resources; and performing other tasks as assigned. This recruitment will also be used to replenish the Library’s On-Call Librarian list. Librarians in the On-Call role fill coverage gaps on the Library’s service desks at the Main Library and/or branches.

SALARY AND HOURS: $30.70 (Step 1); initial appointment is usually at the first step. This is a regularly scheduled 15-hr per week position with a variety of weekday, evening, weekend hours and at least one Sunday shift per rotation schedule. The schedule may change per the operational needs of the Library. This position is considered part time and offers limited benefits after working a specified number of hours.

For more information, download job announcement.   Librarian I – Per Diem

Library Assistant I – Per Diem

THE POSITION: The San Mateo Public Library is seeking an energetic, motivated and detail-oriented individual to provide services as a certified passport Acceptance Agent for the Main Library’s U.S. Passport Acceptance Office and to provide general support to the Library Administration Office. Training will be provided. This is a part time position that offers limited benefits after working a specified number of hours.

SALARY: $22.99- $27.40/hour (Initial appointment at 1st step)

For more information, download job announcement.  Library Assistant I – Per Diem

Registration is open for “Cracking the Codes: Libraries Promoting Racial Equity”

The 2017 Spring Workshop of the Pacific Library Partnership Staff Development Committee is pleased to present two sessions of this workshop, which is appropriate for all levels of library staff.

Tuesday, April 11 || 9am-1pm || $15
Castro Valley Library (Alameda County) 3600 Norbridge Ave
register now: https://fs28.formsite.com/plpadmin/CrackingCPL

Tuesday, April 25 || 9am-1pm || $15
King Library 150 E San Fernando St, San Jose
register now: https://fs28.formsite.com/plpadmin/CrackingSJPL

more details at plpinfo.org/plpsdc/spring

Public Library Staff Education Program, Fiscal Year 2017-2018

We’re pleased to announce the 2017-2018 Public Library Staff Education Program (PLSEP) is now open. This tuition reimbursement program was developed by a team of public library directors and California State Library staff to encourage existing staff members to pursue their Masters in Library and Information Science or a Library Support Staff Certification through the American Library Association.

Library employees who have successfully worked in a California public library or county law library for at least one year, are currently enrolled in a masters or support staff certification program, and will be in their last 4 quarters or 2 semesters of a library science program in the fiscal year 2017-2018 are eligible to apply. The program guidelines and application are available on our website at http://www.library.ca.gov/grants/lsta/apply.html  Deadline for application submission is April 14, 2017.

There is a competitive review process for all applications. Public Library Staff Education Program funds will be awarded to successful applicants for one academic year. Please review the guidelines for limitations. Priority is given to past grant recipients who are continuing in their studies toward their master’s degree or support staff certification. Additional funding for past recipient is possible in subsequent year. Cooperative Library Systems will continue to manage the reimbursement and reporting processes.

Thanks for your support of this program — and your assistance in recruiting students who will be our future library leaders and innovators. Please direct questions about this program or the application process to Lena Pham at (916) 651-0376 or lena.pham@library.ca.gov.  Or to Wendy Cao, Pacific Library Partnership at 650-349-5538 or caow@plsinfo.org.

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

or

Part Time Childrens Librarian