JOB: Library Instructor, St. Ignatius College Prep, San Francisco

We are looking for a teacher-at-heart who is passionate about reader engagement, technological innovation, and informational literacy. This person must be able to work a 9:00 am to 5:00 pm schedule.


Model curiosity, problem solving, and critical thinking.
Teach classes how to use physical and digital library resources for specific projects.
Tutor individuals how to find resources that support their needs.
Support student needs by working at the desk, checking out tools and resources, and answering student questions.
Be a “”warm demander”” of student behavior and academic performance.

Renovate, Implement, and Assess Technology:
Determine library technology needs and develop, implement, and assess plans to meet those needs.
Monitor equipment performance and inventory.
Make technology recommendations based on current Ed tech research.
Support student technology use (troubleshoot, teach, model).
Represent library on the Ed Tech committee.

Problem Solve:
Take initiative in performing general day-to-day library tasks and creating new learning opportunities for students.
Work towards developing reading engagement throughout the school community.
Collaborate with library team on vision, uses of library space, and resources.
Collaborate with teachers to build learning opportunities based on curricular needs.
Calm frustrated students and support them with resources that can enhance their academic lives.
Maintain the delicate balance of happy, comfortable, and work-friendly in the library atmosphere.

Required Experience:
Minimum three years of classroom teaching at the middle or high school level.
Deep integration of technology into the classroom.
MLS or MILS preferred, but not required.

Additional information and application instructions available online.