JOB: Internship, Adobe Systems

Knowledge Management Contractor

Adobe is seeking a skilled, energetic contractor who wants to apply their knowledge management skills to business issues. The contractor will perform posting, research, and inquiry tasks as needed during the contract. Specific job tasks include:

  • Handling research inquiries that come from either co-workers in research or from Adobe executives
  • Posting research to Adobe’s knowledge portal, to ensure the knowledge portal is constantly updated with new and valuable data and insights that can drive business decisions
  • Curating content on the portal bi-weekly to highlight the latest insights and reports from key vendors
  • Working on ad hoc synthesis projects related to the markets in which Adobe plays.
  • Assisting with budgeting and procurement of syndicated research.

This is a part-time, 20-hour/week position. Contract would begin in mid-April and continue for six months, with possible extension.

Please contact Ryan Dietzen at rdietzen@adobe.com for more details, or to submit a resume.

 

JOB: Library Page, Alameda County Library

The positions are located throughout Alameda County Library. Under close supervision, to do general manual and clerical work in a public library; and to do related work as required.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES

  • Shelves books and other library resources according to the library’s classification system.
  • Maintains proper order and neatness of collections; arranges materials, shelves and fixtures to maximize browse-ability.
  • Collects materials from book-drop; receives bins of library material received from the branches.
  • Retrieves materials for use from public and non-public areas.
  • Checks in and sorts materials using a computer terminal, automated materials handling system, or other equipment.
  • Answers patrons’ basic location questions for material and services and refers patrons to appropriate staff for more complex questions or service needs.
  • Directs patrons to library self-service options such as self-checkout machines, catalog stations, and kiosks.
  • Assists in setup and takedown of library meeting spaces.

Click below to apply online:

Library Page – Recruitment Announcement

Deadline for filing is Monday, March 25, 2019 at 5:00 PM PST

JOB: Librarian I, San Francisco Public Library

Under supervision, the 3630 Librarian I performs beginning level professional librarian work. The essential functions of this class include but are not limited to:

  • Assisting patrons in locating and using library facilities, equipment, technology, and materials, in selecting materials, and in answering a wide variety of questions
  • Recommending library materials to be purchased, repaired or weeded; deciding whether weeded materials should be discarded or selected for community redistribution; may be responsible for the selection, distribution, and maintenance of library materials of assigned section(s) of the collection and suggesting which materials shall be non-circulating materials
  • Performing reference work in person, via phone, chat, email, and mail; performing research and readers advisory; preparing detailed bibliographies, book lists and other information; teaching patrons to access, evaluate, and use digital resources, library equipment, technology, and digital devices
  • Planning, conducting, evaluating, and promoting programs, group visits, classes, and outreach for community members; meeting with educators; collaborating with various community groups to promote the use of and interest in the library, and representing and promoting the library at community events and on social media
  • Cataloging and classifying library material; creating metadata; determining and assigning main entry, cross references and subject headings; adapting Library cataloging records for the library and participating in determining cataloging policy
  • Writing reports and correspondence; may write content about library programs and services for print and digital media; may supervise the maintenance and/or preparation of various files and records; may conduct research and data analysis
  • Planning or assisting in planning and setting up programs, displays, and exhibits; promoting and merchandizing library collections
  • Participating in maintaining a welcoming, safe, and orderly atmosphere in the branch or department
  • Training staff and volunteers, including developing training materials
  • Supporting digital content management; participating in digitization initiatives projects, programing, and collection development
  • Interpreting library policy to patrons and staff and assisting in policy formulation and implementation
  • May supervise subordinate staff or volunteers
  • May participate in committees to enhance library services or promote professional development
  • May support circulation and registration duties, as needed

Possession of a Master’s Degree in library and information studies (e.g. MLS/MLIS) from a college or university program accredited by the American Library Association.

Note: You must have already attained your degree and completed your Master’s program in order to be eligible for this recruitment.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:
1. Some positions require fluency in a variety of languages depending upon the department’s bilingual needs. Eligibles who pass the bilingual proficiency test will be considered for bilingual positions. Applicants must indicate on the application form the language(s) in which they claim proficiency.

2. Some positions require graduate level course work and/or experience performing the duties of a Children’s or Youth Services Librarian.

3. Some positions require graduate level course work, training, and/or experience performing the duties of an Archivist Librarian.

4. Some positions require graduate level course work and/or cataloging experience using AACR2R and MARC format.

5. Some positions require college level coursework in special education or experience working with people who have learning disabilities and/or learning differences.

6. Some positions in this class may require possession and maintenance of a valid California Driver’s License.

Note:
Some positions in this class are subject to irregular work schedules, which may involve evening and weekend work.

Filing Deadline: February 15th, 2019

For instructions on how to apply, visit the JobAps page of the San Francisco Human Resources. 

JOB: Information Technology Director, Peninsula Library System, San Mateo

Under the general direction of the Executive Director, provide oversight and leadership for the Information Technology functional areas for the 34 locations of the wide area network. Directs and manages the IT Department, the Peninsula Library Automated Network (PLAN), including managing staff; overseeing network hardware, software and infrastructure; network security; library specific hardware and software needs; policy development; and evaluation and implementation of new IT systems. Work with various vendors, library groups, councils and regional stakeholders; provide technical support to other contracting/organizational agencies.

Salary: $107,016 – $143,416

The position closes February 15th, for more information or to apply, visit http://www.plsinfo.org/IT_Director

JOB: Librarian III, Alameda County Library, Fremont, CA

The immediate vacancies for this position are in the Technical Services unit of the County Library, responsible for the selection of materials that meet the needs of diverse community groups across various age levels and formats. Librarians will be responsible for selecting materials for all ages, including community languages, and for the purchase and maintenance of library databases. The Librarian III positions will be responsible for selecting materials for Community Libraries, Mobile and Outreach Services, Social Justice Services, Education and Literacy Services, and the Virtual Library.

These positions are ideal for Librarians who have a passion for learning about how to meet their community’s needs through materials, make data-driven decisions, understand the dynamics of vendor relationships, and can maintain large budgets.

The deadline for this position is February 21st. For all of the minimum qualifications and to apply, visit JobApps to apply