Job Listing: Outreach and Instruction Librarian-(San Francisco)

Job Title, Library/Organization, City:  Outreach and Instruction Librarian, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco Short Job Description: The Outreach & Instruction Librarian will collaborate with Library Staff and other University colleagues to situate the Laurance S. Rockefeller Library as a key partner in student learning at CIIS. This position will coordinate and implement the Library's onsite outreach and engagement efforts for both undergraduate and graduate students. They will be an integral member of the reference staff providing online and in-person reference support. They will also be the primary instructor for in person information literacy instruction and provide support for online instruction while using the curriculum developed by the lead Instruction Librarian. Additionally, they will help develop research guides, tutorials, workshops and other educational materials, and participate generally in the development, delivery, and assessment of services that support the teaching, learning and research needs of the CIIS community. Link to Full Job Description: Closing Date (if applicable): Until filled.

Job Listing: Part Time Librarian – (Hayward, Ca)

Job Title:Part-Time Librarian# of Vacancies:Job Type:FacultyJob Classification:LIBRARY INFO SCIENCEJob Description:Click Here for Detailed Job DescriptionMinimum Qualifications:MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Master's Degree in Library Science or Library and Information Science; or the equivalent A sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, including those with physical and/or learning … Continue reading Job Listing: Part Time Librarian – (Hayward, Ca)

Job Listing – Library Assistant II (Sausalito)

Category Library Region Northern Bay Area Job Type Full-Time Close Date 10/7/2022 at 11:59pm Salary $25.20-$33.77 Hourly Additional Questionnaires Supplemental Location 420 Litho Street Sausalito, 94965 Description The City of Sausalito Invites Applications for the Position of LIBRARY ASSISTANT II Pay: $25.20 - $33.77 Hourly* Plus an excellent benefits package DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, October … Continue reading Job Listing – Library Assistant II (Sausalito)


Category: Library Region: Northern Bay Area Job Type: Full-Time Close Date: 10/10/2022 at 5pm Salary: $21.92-$27.39 Hourly Additional Questionnaires Supplemental Location 6135 State Farm Drive Rohnert Park, 94928 Description ABOUT US: At Sonoma County Library, we bring information, ideas, and people together to build a stronger community. We are a hub where learning, the arts, … Continue reading JOB LISTING-DELIVERY DRIVER – HEADQUARTERS 40 HOURS PER WEEK- FULL-TIME, PART-TIME & EXTRA-HELP* (SONOMA COUNTY)

Job Listing: Librarian III (Contra Costa)

Librarian III   Salary  $79,401.36 - $96,512.88 Annually Location  Contra Costa County, CA Job Type Permanent Full-Time Department Library Job Number 3ATA-2022A Closing 9/9/2022 11:59 PM Pacific DESCRIPTIONBENEFITSQUESTIONS The Position Bargaining Unit: Local 1 - Library Unit  Why join the Contra Costa County Library?Contra Costa County’s Library Department is seeking qualified candidates to fill vacancies for … Continue reading Job Listing: Librarian III (Contra Costa)

Part-Time/On-Call Library Supervisor (San Francisco)

Part-Time/On-Call Library Supervisor San Francisco, CA • Library Job Type Part-time Description The San Francisco Conservatory of Music is looking for a friendly and responsible Part-Time Library Supervisor to oversee all circulation services and supervise our student workers.  Summary Working under the direction of Director of Library Services and Library Supervisor, the Part-time Library Supervisor will assist in Library operations, especially with the circulation desk, and provide general assistance to library users, which includes students, faculty, alumni, and any other member of the SFCM community with access privileges.  The incumbent will process incoming reserve requests and update online reserve lists.  The incumbent will also provide technical assistance (copy machines, computers), assist with processing and/or repairing materials, and be responsible for stack maintenance and shelving.   Specific duties include but are not limited to: Providing a variety of technical library assistance and information to students and staffAll circulation duties, including but not limited to checking items in and out, pulling holds, processing materials, overseeing stack maintenance, registering and updating patron information, collecting fines,  shelving and shelf maintenance and reservesPerforming routine searches and updates of bibliographic recordsFacilitating the use of databases and resources available in the libraryCoordinating circulation control of books, periodicals videos, CDs, DVDs and other materialsProviding reserve and cataloging search assistanceEnsuring materials are returned in a timely manner and assess fines for late materials receivedCommunicating with patrons regarding book fines and lost book feesMonitoring and performing repair and basic preservation of books; replacing spine labels and security stripsOrienting, training and providing direction to assigned student library workersPreparing and signing student timesheetsCollecting, compiling and computing library statistics related to assigned departments and generating statistical reports Picking up, sorting and distributing library mail and parcelsWorking on special projects assigned by the Director of Library Services and Library SupervisorPerforming other duties as required The incumbent must be able to work either opening and/or closing hours of the library.   Library Hours Monday to Thursday: 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.MFriday to Saturday: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M Some evenings and weekends are required. *During the academic year (late August through the middle of May), this part-time position will work between 20-25 hours of work per week (varies). Hours are subject to change during holidays, final examinations, and winter and summer sessions.  Requirements The ideal candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in music or a related field, two years of library experience, and experience with both public and technical service library practices, including circulation procedures. Excellent written and oral communication skills and experience with MS Word and Excel are a must. Experience with the LC call number organization system and with computer online catalogs is desirable.  Desired knowledge and skills include: Library technical processes related to the cataloging, conservation, and circulation of library materialsFamiliarity with Library of Congress classification systemExperience with the OCLC databaseAbility to use library databases and other reference tools necessary to answer a wide variety of questions related to Music  Applicants should be able to: Provide technical library assistance and information to students and staffProcess incoming materials and perform related clerical dutiesAssist students, faculty and others in the use of library materials and equipmentTrain and provide work direction to library student library workers About Us SFCM's mission is to transform our students: artistically, intellectually, professionally, and individually. Through the study of music at the highest level, our students learn to seek achievement in every endeavor, to convert challenge into opportunity, to understand the nature of excellence, and to pursue their dreams with vigor and determination. We believe that inspiring the imagination, cultivating the artist, honing the intellect, and developing the professional are the keys to launching innovative graduates who excel in any field.  SFCM is located in the heart of one of the world's most innovative and diverse cities, and is home to a vibrant academic community of students, faculty, and staff with a culture of achievement. How to Apply We prefer to receive applications through our website.  This position will be open until filled. EOE  SFCM is a fully committed equal employment opportunity institution and welcomes applications from all qualified persons, including those who consider themselves to be of a race, national origin or ancestry that is not fully represented in musical arts programs in the United States.  Personnel decisions regarding applicants for employment are made without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition (including cancer and genetic characteristics), status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran, age, citizenship, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws. Apply  View All Jobs

Job Listing: Electronic Resources/Instruction Librarian-Vallejo

Electronic Resources/Instruction Librarian Requisition ID: 2022-8726 Position Type: Full-Time Schedule Shift: Day Hours Per Week: 38 Travel: 10% Category: Library Overview This faculty position, under the general direction of the Director of the Library, activates, troubleshoots, and maintains access to Library's electronic resources and develops and maintains the Library's website. Working with another librarian provides instruction and reference to the College of Pharmacy and the Physician Assistant Studies and Public Health Programs and selects and maintains the Library resources for this college and schools. Provides general library instruction and reference and participates in the overall growth and development of the Library and its services. Responsibilities • Working with vendors, TUC IT staff, and counterparts at other Touro libraries, activates, maintains, and troubleshoots access to Library electronic resources and databases including mobile services. Provides and maintains documentation to e-resources/databases. • Obtains and compiles usage statistics for electronic resources and provides analysis pertaining to their usage and cost per use. • Assists users with electronic access problems and questions. • Provides EndNote training, documentation, coordination with IT staff, and assistance to patrons. • Maintains the accuracy and currency of holdings including serial holdings on Summon and Serials Solutions and maintains link resolver. • Develops and maintains content for Library website and maintains the Library’s presence on social media such as Facebook, etc. • Investigates new e-resource products that may be of interest to TUC including setting up trials and assessments of products being tested. • Drafts and serves as editor of the Library online newsletter and readies to the point of publication. • As the primary librarian of a two-librarian support team to the Public Health & Physician Assistant Programs, provides library instruction, orientations, monograph and journal collection development, program-oriented reference and support to the students, faculty and staff of the PH and PA programs, supported and assisted by the second librarian as needed and desirable, for excellent service. • Working with the lead librarian for the College of Pharmacy, provides support, assistance, and back-up with Library instruction, orientation, reference, and collection development to students, faculty and staff in the College of Pharmacy (COP) • Representing the curriculum and research needs of the COP, PA and PH in conjunction with the other librarians and the Library Director, participates in the Library process for the selection, renewal and deselection of databases and aggregate electronic resources. • Provides general reference and instruction service. May be required to work evening hours. • Serves as back-up as needed for providing interlibrary loan service. • Participates in overall discussions and efforts to promote the Library’s growth and services. • Through professional conferences, workshops, readings, scholarship and/or research maintains currency in the field particularly those aspects of librarianship that pertain to this position. • As a member of the TUC Faculty and a representative of the Library, participates in TUC campus and faculty committees and functions. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES (if applicable): • N/A Qualifications REQUIRED: • Master’s degree from an ALA accredited library or information science program. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Strong service orientation • Ability to be a flexible and productive team member • Keeps abreast of new technologies and library trends and products pertaining to this area of librarianship DESIRED: • Previous library experience in a college or university setting • Experience with an integrated library system • Experience with digital resources, discovery systems, link resolvers and authentication methods • Experience with web design and web technologies • Library instruction experience • Reference experience • User services experience • Work experience and/or educational background related to pharmacy and/or the health sciences CORE COMPETENCIES: • Is able to maintain a consistent and reliable operation, delivery of, and access to the Library’s e-resources including timely implementation of new e-resources and troubleshooting of problems related to e-resources using initiative, good judgment, timely follow-up as appropriate. • Maintains up-to-date, timely and well-organized statistics and sound analysis related to e-resources including usage trends, cost per use, type of use. • Is able to provide Library users accurate and prompt assistance and training when dealing with e-resources and EndNote. • Stays informed about web technology, mobile services, social media, particularly as it is applicable to libraries and library services. • Provides clear, well-organized subject-oriented library instruction appropriate to a particular class or program, and also provides general library instruction as needed. • Maintains a very good command of print and electronic library resources for pharmacy, physician assistant studies and public health as well as currency of what new library resources are available in assigned subject fields; ability to exercise good judgment about their applicability for the Touro University California Library and to make sound decisions regarding their selection and de-selection. • Maintains currency and training in interlibrary loan processes in order to serve as back-up to Interlibrary loan operation when needed. • Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills. • Demonstrates excellent productivity and organizational skills. • Demonstrates ability to work effectively and productively with others. … Continue reading Job Listing: Electronic Resources/Instruction Librarian-Vallejo

Job Listing: Library Specialist (LS) for Technology (Marin)

Library Specialist (LS) for Technology Belvedere Tiburon Library Tiburon $32.26 per hour The Library Specialist (LS) for Technology will be key in implementing and delivering customer-focused technology programs and services. This position will help foster a creative, safe, and fun environment for learning in the Makerspace and learning spaces. This is a paraprofessional position. Submit … Continue reading Job Listing: Library Specialist (LS) for Technology (Marin)

Job Posting: Library Specialist (LS) for Teen Services (Marin)

Library Specialist (LS) for Teen Services Belvedere Tiburon Library Tiburon $32.26 per hour The Library Specialist (LS) for Teen Services will play a key role in implementing and delivering equitable teen-focused programs and services and advocating for youth ages 12-18. This unique position provides excellent customer service to our community, collaborates on projects to improve … Continue reading Job Posting: Library Specialist (LS) for Teen Services (Marin)

Job Listing:Library Assistant V – Electronic Resources & Systems (San Francisco)

Library Assistant V - Electronic Resources & Systems University of San Francisco Job Summary: The University of San Francisco Gleeson Library/Geschke Center seeks a collaborative and  use-focused Systems Library Assistant to assist in the maintenance and support of library systems and web interfaces, including the integrated library system (Innovative Interfaces’ Sierra), authentication service (OpenAthens), library website (Springshare/LibGuides) and other critical systems. The position also assists with the installation, configuration, and maintenance of library hardware and software related to library services. Under the direction of the Head of Electronic Resources & Systems department and working closely with other department members, the position directly supports the department’s operations and project-based initiatives.Working Hours:37.5 hours/week (full time) with a minimum hire-in rate of $30.28/hr and $31.80/hr after successfully completing mandatory probation.  Hours are typically 8:30AM to 5:00PM and may include evenings and/or weekends, depending on operational needs. Duties and Responsibilities:  Provides first-level technical support and day-to-day troubleshooting for library systems (Sierra, OpenAthens, Springshare LibApps, Slack, Word Press, etc.) and assists with their maintenance. Assists in assessing the accessibility, usability, and functionality of the library’s web interfaces. Oversees the maintenance, replacement, and removal of patron-use computers. Assists in the development and maintenance of an inventory for patron-use technology assets.  Proactively helps identify, research, and resolve library technology problems for library staff and patrons and/or refers cases to ITS or the appropriate department. Provides training and creates training materials for library staff in the use of library systems and related hardware and software. Provides backup support for e-resource troubleshooting, including monitoring the department’s LibAnswers ticketing system, responding to tickets, resolving straightforward problems, and communicating with other Electronic Resources & Systems department members and vendors regarding complex issues. Assists in collecting and interpreting statistics, and generating reports as requested. Creates and maintains departmental documentation of workflows, procedures, and policies. Participates in cross training to ensure departmental responsibilities are performed in case of temporary absence of personnel. Actively participates in department meetings and discussions. Assists Head of Electronic Resources & Systems with recording and distributing minutes of department meetings. May recruit, hire, train, and supervise student assistants. May oversee, coordinate, and evaluate the work of student assistants. Participates in staff development activities and stays current with changes in library technology and other developments in the field. Develops, maintains, and updates technical skills applicable to the position. Contributes to library-wide events and initiatives. Serves on library and USF committees, as requested or needed. Special projects and other duties, as assigned. Minimum Requirements: Equivalent of 5 years library experience, preferably in a college or university environment, including knowledge of technical services processes in an automated ILS environment (e.g., Innovative Interfaces’ Sierra). Four years of higher education (120) units or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated customer service skills and a strong commitment to customer service. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Excel/Word and Google Workspace. Ability to work collaboratively. Ability to work independently, including setting priorities and managing time efficiently when faced with competing demands. Ability to supervise student assistants. Demonstrated experience or interest in working with diverse groups, cultural humility, and ability to support the advancement of DEI initiatives.Preferred Requirements: Experience working in technical services with integrated library systems such as Sierra. Familiarity with systems such as OpenAthens, Springshare LibApps (LibGuides, LibAnswers, LibCal, and LibWizard), Slack, and WordPress. Experience working with HTML/CSS, interface design, and usability. Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot library technology problems, apply solutions for efficiency and user convenience, and analyze work processes. For full job description and to apply:

Job Listing: Reference Librarian- Pool Part-Time & On-Call/Substitute (Alameda County)

Reference Librarian- PoolPart-Time & On-Call/SubstituteOngoing Recruitment Position Description: Alameda County Law Library seeks candidates for our Part-Time On-CallReference Librarian (PTOC) pool. In addition to providing outstanding reference service, PTOCReference Librarians may support a variety of technical services, and/or administrativefunctions. We offer flexible work schedules, a collegial atmosphere, training and skilldevelopment, and an opportunity to make … Continue reading Job Listing: Reference Librarian- Pool Part-Time & On-Call/Substitute (Alameda County)

Job Listing: Makerspace Program Coordinator (Marin County)

Makerspace Program Coordinator  APPLY Salary  $6,218.88 - $7,557.88 Monthly Location  South Novato, CA Job Type Full Time, Regular Department Marin County Free Library Job Number 1364-22-07 Closing 8/15/2022 4:00 PM Pacific Vacancies 1 Differential 5% for Bilingual Equal Employment Opportunity The County of Marin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Persons of color, women and individuals … Continue reading Job Listing: Makerspace Program Coordinator (Marin County)