JOB: Chief of Community, Programs and Partnerships, SF Public Library

San Francisco Public Library

The San Francisco Public Library is seeking a dynamic library leader that will help implement a division to make SFPL a leading urban library in the nation. Under the direction of the City Librarian, the Chief of Community Programs and Partnerships serves as an integral part of the San Francisco Public Library Executive Team and will lead the Library’s strategic priority of community engagement through innovative programs and partnerships. The Community Programs and Partnerships (CPP) Division is a new unit designed to oversee and coordinate diverse teams that focus on all aspects of youth engagement including early childhood services, teen services and services to schools.

A Master’s degree in library science, public administration, or other related fields from an accredited college or university and four (4) years of progressively responsible managerial experience leading a team, unit or department. Experience in planning and managing programs and partnerships with community based organizations, governmental agencies, and delivering outreach services to diverse communities is highly desirable.

Full job and application information: http://sfpl.org/pdf/human-resources/cpp-2013.pdf

Closing Date: FILE IMMEDIATELY. This announcement may close at any time  as applications will be accepted until a sufficient number are received to satisfy the hiring need. Materials received by April 19, 2013 will have first consideration.