Library Director Jobs in California
City of Carlsbad Carlsbad, CA, 92008
The Position Benefits Supplemental Questions For a printable brochure click here . This recruitment is open until filled and the first review is September 25, 2014. Ideal Candidate The Deputy Library Director will have a successful track record as an operational manager of library services, programs and facilities. He/she will present as a professional leader capable of motivating staff and ...
Kaiser Permanente Sacramento, CA
Description Provides technical and administrative support for medical library reference and information services. Performs on-line data searches and implements various computer systems utilized by the department. Assists the Manager, Library Operations by supporting and facilitating the content and direction of library services to the Medical Center, outlying clients and specialized resource coll...
Close Date: Oct 21, 2014 Salary: $5,523.00 - $6,716.00 Monthly THE POSITION SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE AND COVER LETTER IS REQUIRED T he City of Redwood City Library Department seeks a full-time Literacy Tutor/Student Coordinator for the literacy program of the Library. A person in this classification should demonstrate a successful track record working with volunteers and an awareness of volu...
California State University Vallejo, CA, 94590
CSU Job Listing Details Printable version E-Mail this listing Campus: Maritime Academy Job ID: 102860 Job Title: Dean of the Library Time Base: Full-Time Date Posted: September 15, 2014 Closing Date: Open until filled Link to Apply Online: http://www.csum.edu/web/hr/careers Campus Employment Homepage: http://www.csum.edu/web/hr/careers Description: MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: • Fo...
Close Date: Until Filled Salary: $9.97 - $12.13 Hourly The City of Redwood City is looking for energetic, enthusiastic individuals who enjoy working with customers of all ages in a challenging and fun environment, and who are interested in working 10-15 hours per week including day, evening and weekend hours. Ideal candidates for this position will be able to work well with patrons of all ages,...
Close Date: Until Filled Salary: $8.33 - $10.12 Hourly The City of Redwood City is looking for people interested in working approximately 10-15 hours per week, Monday through Sunday, varying hours. Typical duties may include the following: shelving materials alphabetically and numerically; filing and retrieving magazines, pamphlets and newspapers; making displays; operating simple office machine...
Close Date: Until Filled Salary: $11.64 - $14.06 Hourly The City of Redwood City is looking for energetic people interested in working approximately 5 -10 hours per week, Monday-Sunday, varying hours, planning and presenting storytimes, organizing and conducting basic recreation activities, assisting with homework, shelving library materials, and supervising and monitoring youth customers in the...
Close Date: Until Filled Salary: $14.00 Hourly hThe City of Redwood City is looking for energetic people interested in working with teens to organize and conduct educational and recreational activities, assist with homework, provide educational support, provide information regarding library materials, helping the teens with computer usage and questions, and build cooperative, supportive and trus...
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$48,000.00 - $798,000.00
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Serves library patrons by building and maintaining collection; providing resources and programs; preparing operational strategies, policies, and procedures; planning and controlling funds; managing staff.
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Implements library financial strategies by preparing budgets; anticipating requirements, trends, and variances; developing action plans; measuring and analyzing results; initiating corrective actions; minimizing the impact of variances; writing grants; raising funds.
Directs library organizational strategies by analyzing service trends and requests; developing strategic thinking and direction, and recommendations for Board of Directors, regarding the role of the library in the community; advising Board in the formulation of library services policies; preparing public relations and outreach programs; planning and maintaining facilities and renovations.
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