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Librarian, Commonwealth School, Boston MA

Commonwealth School, a small independent day school in Boston, is seeking a librarian. The individual will be responsible for managing and running all aspects of the school library program. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, collaborating with faculty, teaching information literacy skills, maintaining and building the collection (both print and electronic), facilitating connections to resources outside of the school such as the BPL and the Boston Athenaeum, developing and managing the library budget, maintaining all library records, working as a member of committees and instructional groups as necessary, advising students, and other responsibilities as determined by the Headmaster.

 

The ideal candidate will have an MLS from an ALA accredited program, a minimum of two years' relevant experience, a strong interest in educational technology, the ability to work independently on self-directed projects, and the ability and desire to collaborate with colleagues. This is a part-time position but may be full-time in combination with other teaching or administrative responsibilities, so candidates seeking a full-time position are welcome to apply.

 

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three references to Mara Dale; Commonwealth School; 151 Commonwealth Avenue; Boston, MA 02116; or email them to mdale@commschool.org. Transcripts are also helpful (unofficial copies are fine). Commonwealth always seeks candidates who can add to the diversity of its faculty. For more information, please see our website at www.commschool.org.

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K-5 Library Media Specialist, Regional School Unit #3, Unity ME

RSU 3 is seeking a Library Media Specialist for six elementary school libraries in RSU 3.

 

The successful candidate must have the following qualifications:

  • State of Maine certification for Library Media Specialist with 071 endorsement is a must, MLS from an ALA accredited graduate program required, experience at the pre K-5 grade level.
  • Applicant must also hold or be eligible for Maine State authorization/fingerprinting.
  • Highly skilled in technology and its application to the learning process.
  • Proficient in the integration of information literacy skills in a proficiency-based curriculum.

 

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Keeps records of student use, circulation, purchases and losses; provides regular reports on the libraries as required by the administration and as needed for planning purposes.
  • Plans, administers, supervises and evaluates the library centers of 5 elementary schools, developing policies to ensure efficient operation and optimal service.
  • Takes a leading role in the preparation and administration of elementary school library budgets in conjunction with the District's coordinator of libraries and building principals.
  • Maintains an efficient system of classifying, cataloging, and circulating all materials.
  • Works with administration and curriculum leaders to ensure information literacy outcomes are a focus of instruction in our proficiency-based education curriculum.
  • Provides leadership in the integration of technology into all areas of the curriculum and the instructional practices of each facility.

 

This position will be filled upon hiring a qualified applicant.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and three current letters of reference.

Visit our website at:  www.rsu3.org  for an application.

 

Mail to:

Superintendent of Schools

84 School Street

Unity, ME  04988-9734

(207) 948-6136

EOE

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Library Media Specialist, Chelsea Public School, Chelsea VT

Chelsea Public School is a K-12 school of 190 students located in Chelsea, Vermont. We are committed to building a community of learners whose motto is "Learning, Community, Respect." We are seeking a full-time K-12 Library Media Specialist to join our faculty for the 2014-2015 school year. The candidate shall possess the following:

Required Qualifications: 
• A current Vermont Teacher license as a Library Media Specialist
• A minimum of 18 credits in library and information science
• Familiarity with current national professional standards accepted by the American Association of School Librarians
• Proficiency in technology and automated library systems (Follett Destiny)

Essential Duties:
• Collaboratively work with and support both students and teachers to facilitate access to information in a wide variety of formats.
• Develops and maintains policies and procedures related to the operation of the library media center (budget, acquisitions, automated circulation, technology).
• Partners with classroom teachers to design and implement curriculum in such areas as educational technology, research methods, literacy instruction and collaborative teaching.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Encourages the use of instructional technology to increase proficiency and improve learning, providing 24/7 access to digital information resources for the entire learning community.
• Developmental knowledge and passion for teaching in a K-12 environment.

Qualified candidates please apply on-line at School Spring.com.

Please visit our website at www.chelsea.owsu.org. Questions may be addressed to:

Mark A. Blount
Principal
Chelsea Public School
6 School Street
Chelsea, VT 05038
(802)685-4551

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Director of Library Services, Tabor Academy, Marion MA

Date Posted:  March 27, 2014
Date Available: July 1, 2014
Department:  Hayden Library
Contact Information:  Resumes and cover letters should be emailed to: Rich Roller, Assistant Head of School, at rroller@taboracademy.org
Job Summary:  Tabor Academy seeks an energetic, innovative, full-time Director of Library Services who
will plan, administer, and implement a library program that is aligned with the school's mission. The director collaborates with faculty to incorporate digital literacy and research skills into the curriculum. As information specialist, the library director encourages students to be independent, confident, and ethical users of information. The responsibilities for this administrative position include, but are not limited to, managing personnel and facilities, maintaining a collection appropriate to the curriculum, and ensuring that the community can access library resources at point of need.
Qualifications:  An ALA accredited MLS or MLIS degree; a minimum of three years of library experience; facility in the use of current technologies, Mac and Windows operating systems, MS Office and iWork suites; excellent oral, written, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
As a member of the Tabor faculty, the director will attend faculty meetings, and participate in the life of the school including possible committee work.  In addition, the candidate will:
  • Have an unabashed enthusiasm, creativity and passion for and thorough knowledge of his/her area.
  • Be an empathetic and charismatic leader who knows, cares for, challenges, and supports the students with whom s/he works.
  • Is a facilitator and director.  S/he must know how to challenge students to problem solve and make personal discoveries.  Excellent teachers know how to step aside, allowing the student to stumble, struggle, and learn to resolve.
  • Model the high standards of professionalism s/he expects students to develop--organization, rigor, clarity, promptness, effectiveness, respect, and kindness.
  • Maintain a perspective that allows him/herself to take the work and the students seriously without taking him/herself too seriously.
To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to Rich Roller via email at rroller@taboracademy.org or mail to Rich Roller, Tabor Academy, 66 Spring Street, Marion, MA  02738.

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Director of the Library, Boston College High School, Boston MA

The Library Director is a member of the instructional team with the special functions of coordinating the selection of materials, supervising the organization and operation of the library, and promoting the efficient and effective use of the collection through the school program. Requirements and skills desired for Librarians include; MLS from an accredited library school, experience in a school library, ability to deal positively with high school students, faculty and staff.  Additionally, flexibility in dealing with sometimes hectic situations, familiarity with computers and cameras, and good organizational skills are also beneficial. Duties include: 

 

1.  Program Administrator

  • Plans and administers program of library services
  • Assesses and meets needs of students and faculty for information
  • Submits recommendations on library policies and services to the Vice Principal for Academics and implements policy decisions
  • Participates on the Academic Council as Chair of the Library Department
  • Administers personnel regulations, interviews job applicants, and rates staff performance
  • Prepares and administers annual budget for library
  • Conducts department meetings and insures communication within the department

 

2. Instructional Partner

  • Helps students develop attitudes, skills, techniques of inquiry and critical thinking important to lifelong learning.
  • Solicits partnerships with teachers
  • Participates in the development of the library skills curriculum
  • Instructs Arrupe Students and Freshman during the Library Orientation
  • Instructs classes in library research skills
  • Assists in helping locate materials in the library

 

3. Information Specialist

  • Participates in collection evaluation; adding/deleting materials no longer appropriate to the curriculum
  • Compiles subject bibliographies and other lists of materials
  • Communicates to faculty and students electronically via email and library webpage
  • Publicizes new materials as they are added to the collection

 

4. Professional Development

  • Keeps current with professional trends
  • Attends local and national library conferences/meetings
  • Membership in local and national appropriate library organization

 

Contact Charlie Drane, Academic Vice Principal, at drane@bchigh.edu if interested.

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Library Media Specialist, Bishop Stang High School, North Dartmouth MA

Bishop Stang, a Catholic co-educational high school of the Diocese of Fall River with a strong tradition of academic and co-curricular excellence, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Library Media Specialist. If interested, send your resume and cover letter to President/Principal Peter Shaughnessy at pshaughnessy@bishopstang.com by May 1, 2014.

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School Librarian, Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School, Devens MA

There is a job opening at Parker for a School Librarian, 25 hours a week. Our school day is Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:30 to 3:30 and Wednesday 8:30 to 1:30. 

To apply: http://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/job.cfm?jid=699302&



Qualifications: State Certified School Librarian preferably with an MLS Degree from an ALA-accredited institution.

Reports to: The School Principal

Supervises: Library assistant, service students, and parent volunteers

Responsibilities:

1. Actively supports the Parker School philosophy, teaching and learning process, and works to create a student centered learning environment.
2. Helps students to develop research skills, offers guidance in locating and obtaining appropriate research materials, and promotes a love of reading and lifelong learning.
3. Collaborates with the faculty as a partner in the instructional process.
4. Participates in faculty meetings, curriculum planning sessions, CFG's, and school improvement and accreditation activities.
5. Collects and analyzes data to improve instruction, improve the operation of the library, and increase student achievement.
6. Implements a sequence of goals for short and long range development of the library.
7. Fosters a creative, flexible environment so that the school library is an essential part of the learning community.
8. Develops and maintains resources appropriate to the curriculum, the learners, and the instructional strategies of the school community.
9. Administration and management of the library budget to support program goals.
10. Evaluates, promotes, and uses existing and emerging technologies and social media to support teaching and learning.
11. Promotes the ethical use of information: copyright, fair use, and licensing of intellectual property.
12. Stays current in professional practices, educational research, and maintains active professional membership.

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Director of Library Media Services, Pinkerton Academy, Derry NH

CONTRACT PERIOD:  Academic year, 195 days (includes 4 floating days in summer), salaried, exempt

 

SUPERVISOR:  Dean of Faculty

 

QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Library Science/Media from an accredited institution, certification as a library media specialist from NH Dept. of Education, 3 years' experience in library science, 3 years' experience in a supervisory position

PERSONAL QUALITIES: Energetic, motivated, honest, dependable, hard-working, organized, approachable, collaborative, excellent communicator

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

 

PLANNING AND PREPARATION

  1. Establish goals and vision for the library and Media Center appropriate to the school and the students served that meet the school's mission.
  2. Knowledge of literature and current trends in school library media practice and information technology.
  3. Knowledge of the design and use of educational technology tools.
  4. Knowledge of the school's curriculum and student information needs within the curriculum to promote competency in information literacy across the curriculum.
  5. Knowledge of resources available within and beyond the school, and promote collaborative relationships with external information sources such as other school media specialists, public libraries, government agencies, and business organizations to support learning.
  6. Develop a plan to evaluate the library program to stay current and up to date with emerging library media and educational technologies.

 

EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

  1. Maintain and expand the library collection, equipment and technologies to meet the diverse needs of the school, the learning needs of all learners, and library information standards.
  2. Supervise students and manage student behavior in accordance with school policies and standards.
  3. Implement policies and procedures relating to borrowing and returning of library property.
  4. Supervise the inventory of library materials and equipment as needed.
  5. Maintain the library's on line resources.

 

TEACHING AND LEARNING

  1. Provide instructional support to students using the library or Media Center during designated periods, as well as before and after school.
  2. Provide instructional support by developing research tools.
  3. Collaborate with teachers in designing and presenting instructional units and lessons to promote literacy and technology skills by incorporating and encouraging the integration of a wide range of resources and technology in the library and classroom.
  4. Provide professional development opportunities to acquaint teachers with print, online and multimedia resources as well as research and information literacy.

 

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1.   Lead department and Library Advisory Committee meetings, encouraging collaboration

      with faculty and staff to promote library resources and activities.

2.   Participate in technology committees.

3.   Assist, supervise and evaluate library staff and provide them with professional development opportunities.

4.   Perform other comparable duties as assigned.

Additional details and application information may be found on our website:  www.pinkertonacademy.net/employment

 

The position is open until filled.

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Librarian, Upper School, Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, Cambridge MA

Duties/Description: BB and N seeks a flexible, energetic, innovative, full-time librarian who is comfortable in a high school setting and familiar with evolving technology and online resources. Working with the Director of the Library, the responsibilities for this faculty position includemaintaining the library's website and catalog; providing reference and other instruction to students individually and in small groups; arranging special programs to teach students to use digital resources; assisting in hardcopy and digital collection development; working collaboratively with faculty; encouraging an atmosphere welcoming to students and conducive to study; other responsibilities as assigned.

About BB and N:
BB and N, a coeducational day school in Cambridge, MA, was established in 1974 by the merger of two independent
schools, the Buckingham School and the Browne and Nichols School, founded respectively in 1889 and 1883. Located on three separate campuses, we work as one School in pursuit of excellence. We celebrate the diversity of our community, which enriches our daily experience. At BB and N we foster intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and a deep concern and respect for others.

Qualifications: An ALA accredited MLIS degree is required. Three years of professional library experience, especially in a high school library, is preferred.

Also preferred:
-A solid knowledge of digital educational resources and the ability to educate and assist students and faculty in the
application of these resources,
-Familiarity with social media applications,
-Working knowledge of office suite applications.

As a member of the BB and N faculty, the librarian will attend faculty meetings, participate in professional development, participate in the life of the school including possible committee work, student advising, and - if desired - student club advising.

In addition, the candidate will demonstrate:
-Good organizational skills,
-Enjoyment working with students in an educational setting,
-Excellent oral and written communication skills,
-Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues,
-High standards of professional conduct,
-A good sense of humor.

Send: To Apply:
Please visit the employment opportunities page at www.bbns.org or click http://www.bbns.org/page.cfm?p=519 to complete
your online application. Upload from your computer your Cover Letter, Resume, Personal Statement and Reference List as a single combined Word Document where it says ATTACH A RESUME (last section of the application). Documents submitted in PDF format are not accepted.

Contact Information:
Questions about this position should be emailed to: vtaylor@bbns.org - (Please, no phone calls/e-mails to Head's office and/or HR.)

Buckingham Browne & Nichols School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, gender, national origin or ancestry, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any non-job related physical or mental disability.
We welcome candidates who will increase ourdiversity; we encourage candidates of color to apply.

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Librarian/Media Specialist, Temple Beth Am Day School, Miami FL

Temple Beth Am Day School in Miami, FL is looking for a librarian/media specialist. Our librarian will work with our Head of School to usher our current library into the 21st century. The candidate will develop a library curriculum to complement and enhance the Day School curriculum. The candidate will work closely with the Educational Technology Director to ensure that the library offers digital databases and tools to enhance the Day School curriculum. The candidate will engender a love of books, learning and curiosity in our students; will teach students and staff to be effective, efficient and ethical consumers of ideas and information; and will empower students to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, and skillful researchers. The candidate will have a strong working knowledge of children's literature and interest in Judaic literature.
Responsibilities: 
Develop and implement a library curriculum for day school students to include a full range of literacy skills and to support and enhance the day school curriculum.

Instruct library skills classes ranging from reading time with early childhood students; to collaboratively planned learning, research and critical thinking experiences for elementary students; to providing professional development for faculty in 21st century library skills.

Acquire, develop and recommend skill-level appropriate materials that meet the instructional needs of teachers to support the day school curriculum.

Provide access to information, learning, teaching and research related to the Judaic collections.

Create and maintain in the school library a teaching and learning environment that is inviting, safe, flexible and conducive to learning. 

Act as an active, accessible and informed library leader accessible to students, staff, parents and library users.

Share expertise at faculty meetings, parent meetings and school board meetings.

Model and implement effective use of technology in the library, including, but not limited to, ebooks, mobile devices, apps, databases, and a card catalog.

Maintain frequent and timely communication to the Beth Am community via a library blog/website, social media, newsletter, video/audio streaming and on-demand video/audio podcasts.

Select, acquire, and organize books and other media for the library for maximum and effective use.

Oversee and manage the library budget.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree or higher degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association or bachelor's degree or higher degree with thirty (30) semester hours in educational media or library science to include credit in (a) Management of library media programs; (b) Collection development; (c) Library media resources; (d) Reference sources and services; (e) Organization of collections; and (f) Design and production of educational media

Preferred (but not required) 3-5 years experience teaching adults and children

Preferred (but not required) 3-5 years experience in working with students and educational staff

Ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team

Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills

Salary: $50,000-$60,000 plus paid sick, personal, and bereavement days. Health insurance & pension plan options are available.

Email cover letter and resume to Dr. Deborah Starr, Temple Beth Am Day School Head of School: DSTARR@TBAM.ORG

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School Librarian, West Roxbury Education Complex, Boston MA

Boston Public Schools seeks a School Librarian (2 Schools/1 library - Urban Science Academy and West Roxbury Academy) who is experienced, highly qualified and knowledgeable to join our community of learners and leaders. This is an exciting opportunity for Librarians who seek an environment that supports their creativity, and innovation and respects their skills and abilities as a librarian. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the vision of Focus on Children.  S/he must possess an educational philosophy that embraces the community vision for a rigorous academic program and champions the belief that all children can learn at high levels.

Reports to:  Principal/Headmaster

Responsibilities:

  • Creates a caring and safe environment where students are consistently engaged in meaningful learning activities.

  • Works effectively with colleagues as a team member in planning and implementing appropriate and meaningful learning activities

  • Communicates effectively with parents and colleagues both orally and in writing.

  • Provides leadership on committees, organizations and/or projects beyond the classroom.

  • Believes and works to implement the educational philosophy that all children can achieve high standards.

Equity and High Expectations:  Demonstrate a commitment to excellence, equity, and high expectations for all students with an emphasis on building on the strengths that students bring to the teaching/learning process and closing the achievement gap between subgroups within the school.

Professionalism:  Model professional behavior that addresses job responsibilities, district policies and procedures, and the expectations of professionals working in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural, and economically diverse community.

Safe, Respectful, and Culturally Sensitive and Responsive Learning Communities: Build and maintain safe, fair, and respectful learning environments that celebrate the diversity of the student population.  

Partnerships with Family:  Initiate and maintain consistent communication and develop constructive partnerships with families communicating about student progress and ways the families can support the student at home.

Partnerships with Family and Community:  Initiate and maintain consistent communication and develop constructive partnerships with community members, and agencies, building on their strengths and recognizing them as co-educators.

Demonstrate cultural proficiency and use effective and culturally relevant instructional practices.  Integrate technology into the classroom as an instructional tool and for personal productivity.

Content Knowledge:  Have extensive knowledge of the content including, but not limited to, key concepts and facts, relevant research, methods of inquiry, and communication styles specific to the respective discipline(s).

Monitoring and Assessment of Progress:  Use a variety of assessment tools and strategies to gather data to monitor student mastery of instructional content, to improve instruction, and to assess the comparative performance of subgroups within the classroom.

Reflection, Collaboration, and Personal Growth:  Reflect on practice in collaboration with administrators and colleagues, monitor personal and professional growth, and pursue professional development in needed areas.

Qualifications--Required:

  1. Education:  Hold a Masters degree.

  2. Hold a valid Massachusetts School Librarian License the appropriate area grade level Meet all state and federal guidelines in order to be fully licensed and  Highly Qualified  according to NCLB.

  3. Ability to meet the  Dimensions of Effective Teaching  established by the Boston Public Schools as outlined above.

  4. Current authorization to work in the United States - Candidates must have such authorization by their first day of employment.

Terms: BTU, Group I

Please refer to the Salary Information section on the Career page of the BPS website for more information on compensation.  Salaries are listed by Union and Grade/Step.

Apply online at http://bostonpublicschools.org/domain/19

Please contact Amy Short at ashort@bostonpublicschools.org for more information.

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School Librarian, English High School, Boston MA

Boston Public Schools seeks a School Librarian who is experienced, highly qualified and knowledgeable to join our community of learners and leaders. This is an exciting opportunity for Librarians who seek an environment that supports their creativity, and innovation and respects their skills and abilities as a librarian. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the vision of Focus on Children.  S/he must possess an educational philosophy that embraces the community vision for a rigorous academic program and champions the belief that all children can learn at high levels.

Reports to:  Principal/Headmaster

Responsibilities:

  • Creates a caring and safe environment where students are consistently engaged in meaningful learning activities.

  • Works effectively with colleagues as a team member in planning and implementing appropriate and meaningful learning activities

  • Communicates effectively with parents and colleagues both orally and in writing.

  • Provides leadership on committees, organizations and/or projects beyond the classroom.

  • Believes and works to implement the educational philosophy that all children can achieve high standards.

Equity and High Expectations:  Demonstrate a commitment to excellence, equity, and high expectations for all students with an emphasis on building on the strengths that students bring to the teaching/learning process and closing the achievement gap between subgroups within the school.

Professionalism:  Model professional behavior that addresses job responsibilities, district policies and procedures, and the expectations of professionals working in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural, and economically diverse community.

Safe, Respectful, and Culturally Sensitive and Responsive Learning Communities: Build and maintain safe, fair, and respectful learning environments that celebrate the diversity of the student population.  

Partnerships with Family:  Initiate and maintain consistent communication and develop constructive partnerships with families communicating about student progress and ways the families can support the student at home.

Partnerships with Family and Community:  Initiate and maintain consistent communication and develop constructive partnerships with community members, and agencies, building on their strengths and recognizing them as co-educators.

Demonstrate cultural proficiency and use effective and culturally relevant instructional practices.  Integrate technology into the classroom as an instructional tool and for personal productivity.

Content Knowledge:  Have extensive knowledge of the content including, but not limited to, key concepts and facts, relevant research, methods of inquiry, and communication styles specific to the respective discipline(s).

Monitoring and Assessment of Progress:  Use a variety of assessment tools and strategies to gather data to monitor student mastery of instructional content, to improve instruction, and to assess the comparative performance of subgroups within the classroom.

Reflection, Collaboration, and Personal Growth:  Reflect on practice in collaboration with administrators and colleagues, monitor personal and professional growth, and pursue professional development in needed areas.

Qualifications--Required:

  1. Education:  Hold a Masters degree.

  2. Hold a valid Massachusetts School Librarian License the appropriate area grade level Meet all state and federal guidelines in order to be fully licensed and  Highly Qualified  according to NCLB.

  3. Ability to meet the  Dimensions of Effective Teaching  established by the Boston Public Schools as outlined above.

  4. Current authorization to work in the United States - Candidates must have such authorization by their first day of employment.

Terms: BTU, Group I

Please refer to the Salary Information section on the Career page of the BPS website for more information on compensation.  Salaries are listed by Union and Grade/Step.

Apply online at http://bostonpublicschools.org/domain/19

Please contact Amy Short at ashort@bostonpublicschools.org for more information.

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School Librarian, Dorchester Academy, Dorchester MA

Boston Public Schools seeks a School Librarian who is experienced, highly qualified and knowledgeable to join our community of learners and leaders. This is an exciting opportunity for Librarians who seek an environment that supports their creativity, and innovation and respects their skills and abilities as a librarian. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the vision of Focus on Children.  S/he must possess an educational philosophy that embraces the community vision for a rigorous academic program and champions the belief that all children can learn at high levels.

Reports to:  Principal/Headmaster

Responsibilities:

  • Creates a caring and safe environment where students are consistently engaged in meaningful learning activities.

  • Works effectively with colleagues as a team member in planning and implementing appropriate and meaningful learning activities

  • Communicates effectively with parents and colleagues both orally and in writing.

  • Provides leadership on committees, organizations and/or projects beyond the classroom.

  • Believes and works to implement the educational philosophy that all children can achieve high standards.

Equity and High Expectations:  Demonstrate a commitment to excellence, equity, and high expectations for all students with an emphasis on building on the strengths that students bring to the teaching/learning process and closing the achievement gap between subgroups within the school.

Professionalism:  Model professional behavior that addresses job responsibilities, district policies and procedures, and the expectations of professionals working in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural, and economically diverse community.

Safe, Respectful, and Culturally Sensitive and Responsive Learning Communities: Build and maintain safe, fair, and respectful learning environments that celebrate the diversity of the student population.  

Partnerships with Family:  Initiate and maintain consistent communication and develop constructive partnerships with families communicating about student progress and ways the families can support the student at home.

Partnerships with Family and Community:  Initiate and maintain consistent communication and develop constructive partnerships with community members, and agencies, building on their strengths and recognizing them as co-educators.

Demonstrate cultural proficiency and use effective and culturally relevant instructional practices.  Integrate technology into the classroom as an instructional tool and for personal productivity.

Content Knowledge:  Have extensive knowledge of the content including, but not limited to, key concepts and facts, relevant research, methods of inquiry, and communication styles specific to the respective discipline(s).

Monitoring and Assessment of Progress:  Use a variety of assessment tools and strategies to gather data to monitor student mastery of instructional content, to improve instruction, and to assess the comparative performance of subgroups within the classroom.

Reflection, Collaboration, and Personal Growth:  Reflect on practice in collaboration with administrators and colleagues, monitor personal and professional growth, and pursue professional development in needed areas.

Qualifications--Required:

  1. Education:  Hold a Masters degree.

  2. Hold a valid Massachusetts School Librarian License the appropriate area grade level Meet all state and federal guidelines in order to be fully licensed and  Highly Qualified  according to NCLB.

  3. Ability to meet the  Dimensions of Effective Teaching  established by the Boston Public Schools as outlined above.

  4. Current authorization to work in the United States - Candidates must have such authorization by their first day of employment.

Terms: BTU, Group I

Please refer to the Salary Information section on the Career page of the BPS website for more information on compensation.  Salaries are listed by Union and Grade/Step.

Apply online at http://bostonpublicschools.org/domain/19

Please contact Amy Short at ashort@bostonpublicschools.org for more information.

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High School Library Teacher, Needham High School, Needham MA

Position Type:
High School Teaching

Date Posted:
3/3/2014

Location:
Needham High

High School Library Teacher (1.0)

Teacher Responsibilities:
• Collaborates with classroom teachers as a partner in the instructional process
• Collaborates to design, teach, and assess learning experiences that incorporate inquiry learning, information literacies in their formats, critical thinking and self-assessment
• Provides and plans professional development
• Promotes a love of reading and lifelong learning
• Promotes instructional technology to improve learning
• Teaches students to build on prior knowledge to construct new knowledge

Leader:
• Participates in school improvement and accreditation activities; presenting at meetings
• Benchmarks the School Library Program (SLP) to school, state, and national standards
• Stays current in professional practices, educational research; maintains active professional memberships
• Advocates for SLP through an effective public relations program
• Collects and analyzes data to improve instruction, demonstrates correlations between the SLP and student achievement
• Administers the SLP budget to support program goals
• Participates in the recruiting, hiring, training and supervising of library staff and volunteers; evaluates support staf

School Librarian:
• Fosters a creative, flexible environment so that the School Library is an essential part of the learning community
• Develops and maintains resources appropriate to the curriculum, the learners, and instructional strategies of the school community
• Cooperates and networks with other libraries/agencies
• Establishes procedures for selection, acquisition, circulation, resource sharing of resources in all formats
• Evaluates, promotes and uses existing and emerging technologies to support teaching and learning
• Promotes the ethical use of information: copyright, fair use, and licensing of intellectual property
Reports to the Director of Technology and Innovation

Qualifications:

• MLS, Library and Information Science
• Classroom teaching preferred
• Technology applications and ability to use web tools
• DESE license as a library teacher


Selection Procedure:
All resumes will be screened and selected candidates will participate in a thorough interview process

Application Procedure:
Please apply online: www.generalasp.com/needham/onlineapp

Applications will be considered only when a cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, license and transcripts have been attached to your online application.

It is the policy of the Needham Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, age, or disability in its education programs, services, activities or employment practices. The Needham Public School System is a member of METCO, Empowering Multicultural Initiatives (EMI) and the Greater Boston School Human Resources Network. Candidates who have a strong commitment to active anti-racism are encouraged to apply.

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Elementary Library Teacher, Broadmeadow Elementary School, Needham MA

Position Type:
Elementary School Teaching

Date Posted:
2/19/2014

Location:
Broadmeadow Elementary

Elementary Library Teacher (1.0)

Teacher Responsibilities:
• Collaborates with classroom teachers to integrate student learning standards that meet immediate classroom curriculum standards
• Prepares and provides instruction for information, literacy and technology skill development that integrates with classroom curriculum learning
• Provides ongoing analysis and evaluation of students' abilities to apply and transfer skills that are taught in the classroom and in the library media center
• Provides social/emotional growth opportunities through the library media program
• Provides individual reading guidance, book talks and storytelling sessions
Information Provider / Instructional Consultant:
• Assists teachers in the use of library media and technology resources
• Supports teachers by purchasing and providing library media resources that enhance the classroom curriculum
• Provides access to all forms of media and technology
• Provides information and or instruction on the use and potential application of emerging technologies and related materials
• Acts as an information link within the school community incorporating a broad knowledge of curriculum across grade levels and content areas
• Collaborates with district staff on instructional, budgetary and technical issues
Program Manager:
• Determines student and staff needs and sets priorities for learning standards
• Develops policies, procedures and programs
• Determines priorities for purchasing and allocates budget appropriately
• Organizes and maintains the print and electronic collection, the audio visual hardware and the library media center facility
• Directs and co-plans with library assistant
• Establishes and maintains ongoing communications with students, staff and parent volunteers
Collection Developer and Manager:
• Builds and expands the library media collection to meet the needs of the school curriculum and all users
• Re-evaluates the collection continually, including performing necessary weeding
Technology Manager:
• Uses appropriate technology and promotes the use of technology in the instructional program
• Collaborates with district staff on school based technology needs.

Qualifications:

• MLS, Library and Information Science
• Classroom Teaching preferred
• Technology applications and ability to use web tools
• DESE license as a library teacher


Selection Procedure:
All resumes will be screened and selected candidates will participate in a thorough interview process

Application Procedure:
Please apply online: www.generalasp.com/needham/onlineapp

Applications will be considered only when a cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, license and transcripts have been attached to your online application.

It is the policy of the Needham Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, age, or disability in its education programs, services, activities or employment practices. The Needham Public School System is a member of METCO, Empowering Multicultural Initiatives (EMI) and the Greater Boston School Human Resources Network. Candidates who have a strong commitment to active anti-racism are encouraged to apply.

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Project Manager, Martin Luther King Jr Charter School of Excellence, Springfield MA

Library Spring/Summer Project
To utilize the library books MLKCSE owns, and as it acquires more books through donations and purchases to support instruction and better achieve our mission of academic excellence for all students, MLKCSE needs a system to catalogue, manage and inventory its collection. Our library media center can become a valuable resource that supports student growth, specifically in the areas of literacy, information literacy, and technological skills and helps us achieve our mission.


Mission Statement
"Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School of Excellence prepares kindergarten through 5th grade students of Springfield for academic success and engaged citizenship through insistence on rigorous, challenging work. The school incorporates Dr. King's commitment to the highest standards in scholarship, civic participation and the ideal of the beloved community. mlkcs.org


Background
Currently, MLKCSE owns approximately 3,000 books and does not own a software program to catalogue, manage and inventory its collection. MLKCSE currently does not have a certified library media specialist on staff. MLKCSE went through an evaluation process and plans to purchase the Atriuum Express library management software from Book Systems. We desire to hire for the summer a graduate student who is close to completing their library science degree to manage and implement the project of setting up the catalog and addressing the backlog.
The graduate student will receive training on the Atriuum software and receive the assistance of a part-time staff person.


Job Specifications
The project manager is a paid, temporary, full-time or part-time, spring or summer position. In addition to the online catalog implementation, we are looking for someone to help establish workflows for cataloguing, to help us assess the collection, and to provide other assistance in helping us organize the library for the fall. The work will be done onsite at the MLKSCE in Springfield, MA.

Requirements:

Enrolled in Simmons GSLIS or recent graduate
Familiarity with school libraries
Completion of LIS415, Information Organization

Project Dates, Schedule and Salary:
Starting: Spring or Summer (Spring preferred but no later than June 16)
Ending: August 15 or until project completed, if sooner.
Schedule and Hours - Monday through Friday except holidays - full-time - 7:30 to 4 or if working lunch 8 to 4 or part-time hours - a minimum of 20 hours per week anytime between 7:30 and 4
Salary: $15/hour

Application Deadline: April 4, 2014

Apply by sending a resume and cover letter to:

Matthew Atwood, Academic Coordinator
aatwood@mlkcs.org

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Education Technology/Library Specialist, North Elementary School and Middle School, Londonberry NH

Job Description


Purpose:
Create a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social and intellectual development of students.


Reports To:
Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment


Qualifications:
1.Valid certificate as Education Technology Integrator or Library Media Specialist
2.Master's degree in Educational Technology, Library and Information Science, or equivalent
3.Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate.


Essential Functions:
As part of the Library Media Program, this position involves working with teachers and students to use information resources, digital tools and technology to facilitate learning, creativity and innovation with emphasis on literacy and inquiry-based learning. Responsibilities will include evaluation, selection and management of resources, design of learning experiences, instruction in the effective and ethical use of instructional technologies, and collaboration with the middle school learning community to facilitate use of digital resources and technologies.


Roles and Responsibilities:
Facilitator of Student Learning: As an instructional partner, the Education Technology Specialist works with teachers and other educators to make connections between student information needs, curriculum, learning outcomes and information/technology resources.

  • Collaborates with teachers in the development of authentic tasks and assessment to ensure integration of information, communication and technology skills.
  •  Provides instruction to students on digital citizenship, ethical use of information and the use of information and technology resources in an inquiry-based environment.
  •  Supports the Common Core Standards and building and district wide instructional goals.

Educational Technology Development and Integration: As an information and technology specialist, provides leadership and expertise in the development of emerging and existing technologies.

  •  Promotes the use of emerging tools and technology, integration of digital tools and technologies to support the curriculum
  •  Integrates the use of information resources, tools and technologies for effective and creative teaching & learning.
  •  Supports use of technology and digital tools for learning, emphasizing collaboration and communication of knowledge.
  •  Supports the development of multiple literacies.

Program Administration: As program administrator, the education technology specialist works collaboratively with members of the learning community to define and implement policies and procedures to support the Library Media Program and guide all activities related to it.

  •  Works with library media specialists, teaching staff and administrators to develop library policy & practices that support student learning.
  •  Prepares and administers budget according to program goals and establishes procedures for selection, purchasing and maintenance of resources.
  •  Ensures equitable access to resources, digital tools, and technology for learning at point of need.
  •  Includes supervision of personnel, facilities and resources.

Professional Member of the Learning Community
As a professional member of the learning community, the education technology specialist demonstrates a commitment to personal professional growth and professional growth of others.

  •  Maintains active membership in professional organizations.
  •  Remains current in professional practices applicable to information technologies and educational research applicable to library media programs.
  •  Provides and plans for professional development opportunities for building staff.

Physical Requirements/Environmental Conditions:

  •  -Prolonged standing and sitting
  •  -Occasionally requires physical exertion to manually move, lift, carry, pull or push heavy objects or materials
  •  -Occasional stooping, bending and reaching

Terms of Employment:
187 days per year. Refer to the contract between the Londonderry School Board and the LEA for additional information.

Visit http://www.londonderry.org/hr/ to apply. 

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Part time evening Reference and Instructional Librarian, Oliver Wendell Holmes Library, Phillips Academy, Andover MA

The Oliver Wendell Holmes Library at Phillips Academy  seeks a personable, energetic, creative and self-directed individual to provide excellent individual research consultation services to highly motivated high school students.  The ideal candidate will have a Master's degree in library and/or information science from an ALA-accredited institution by the time of appointment, effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills, the ability to interact effectively in a multicultural environment with co-workers, library users, and the wider campus community, knowledge of a wide variety of print and electronic resources along with a commitment to continuous learning and a particular facility for working with teenagers.   Reporting to the Library Director, the position is half time during the 4 academic terms, with a weekly schedule including three evenings. Competitive salary and benefits.  Full background check required.  E.O.E.  Submit resume and cover letter by March 22nd, 2014 to hr@andover.edu  

 

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Elementary Library Teachers, Sharon School District, Sharon MA

There are two elementary Library Teacher positions available in Sharon.  Both are State-of-the Art libraries with desktops, laptops, iPads and Kindles.  We are looking for dual certifications: Library Teacher and Instructional Technology Teacher.  Library Certification is required.  If you are interested in finding more about the position and how you can apply, please go to School Spring: http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=613052

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School Librarian, Belmonte Middle School, Saugus MA

Job Description
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

TEACHER:
collaborates with classroom teachers as a partner in the instructional process
collaborates to design, teach, and assess learning experiences that incorporate inquiry learning, information literacies in their formats, critical thinking, and self-assessment
promotes a love of reading and lifelong learning
teaches information skills to scheduled classes
promotes instructional technology to improve learning
teaches students to build on prior knowledge to construct new knowledge

SCHOOL LIBRARIAN:
fosters a creative, flexible environment so that the school library is an essential part of the learning community
develops and maintains resources appropriate to the curriculum, the learners, and instructional strategies of the school community
establishes procedures for selection, acquisition, circulation, and resource sharing of resources in all formats
evaluates, promotes, and uses existing and emerging technologies to support teaching and learning
promotes the ethical use of information: copyright, fair use, and licensing of intellectual property
other duties as assigned by the principal

Job Requirements
LEADER:
serves on decision making teams, school improvement and accreditation activities; presenting at meetings
benchmarks the SLP (School Library Program) to school, state, and national standards
stays current in professional practices, educational research; maintains active professional memberships
advocates for SLP through an effective public relations program
collects and analyzes data to improve instruction; demonstrates correlations between the SLP and student achievement
administers the SLP budget to support program goals

  • At least 3 years of relevant experience preferred
  • Master degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

To learn more visit: http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=621742

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Full-Time Librarian, Shady Hill School, Cambridge MA

For over nine decades, Shady Hill, a school of 517 students (PS-8) and seventy-five full- and part-time teachers, has been a leader in progressive elementary education.  The yearlong central subject study, which emphasizes strong content, the use of primary sources, acquisition of essential skills, and self-discovery, forms the core of our curriculum.  The school's program allows children to explore their worlds and test their powers.  We seek to develop independent, joyful and curious learners who respect their own accomplishments and those of others.  We strive to be a community whose values are strong and which is unafraid to engage students in important questions.  As a diverse school, we believe that a varied and inclusive community is an educational and moral imperative that empowers us all.  Therefore, we seek to hire teachers who share this commitment.

 

Shady Hill School is also a teacher training institution.  Its long-standing Teacher Training Course, which brings as many as eighteen apprentice teachers to campus each year, prepares talented men and women for careers in education and allows each faculty member the opportunity to be a mentor and meaningful contributor to the teaching field.  Since the school endorses apprentices for licensure, we prefer a candidate with licensure.

 

The Shady Hill Library is an essential resource for students (PS-VIII), faculty and apprentice teachers. Librarians provide weekly instruction, as well as reference, reader advisory and curricular support for the entire school community. Our fully automated facilities include a collection of 25,000 books and audio-visual materials.

 

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Assume circulation desk duties and various library administrative duties
  • Work with library team to teach weekly PS-VIII classes
  • Provide readers' advisory for entire community
  • Assist with general collection maintenance and processing of new books
  • Work with parent volunteers

 

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with library systems
  • Up-to-date computer and digital literacy skills
  • Strong ability to work collaboratively in a busy library
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Flexible thinking and strong multitasking capabilities
  • Early Childhood/Elementary/Middle School experience preferred
  • M.L.S. or M.Ed. degree preferred

 

 

Finalists are expected to teach a demonstration lesson. A writing sample and college transcripts are also required.

 

Please send a cover letter and resume to: apply@shs.org or Shady Hill School, 178 Coolidge Hill, Cambridge, MA 02138. A detailed description of the school can be found at www.shs.org.

 

 

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Long-term Substitute Librarian/Media Specialist, Greater Lawrence Technical School, Andover MA

Job Description
This position involves the library media specialist acting as teacher, information specialist, instructional consultant, and program manager. This individual will have strong teaching, technology, organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment, as well as knowledge of MA curriculum frameworks and all aspects of automated library systems. Functions include teaching research in conjunction with the staff, assisting with information access skills with students and staff, media instruction, collection automation and maintenance, collection development, literature appreciation, assist in technology training, budgeting, cooperative teaching and planning, scheduling, library staff training, and marketing of library and services. The library media specialist will work collaboratively with faculty to ensure that the use of media and information technology resources is part of the instructional program and strategies used within and among learning areas.


Position Type: Full-time


Positions Available: 1


Salary: $236.37 Per Day

Job Requirements:

  • A valid teaching license from D.E.S.E. in Library Science is required.
  • This position is not benefits eligible.
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience preferred
  • Master degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

Visit http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=593732 to apply. 

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Library Director and Transliteracy Integration Specialist, Nashoba Brooks, Concord MA

Library Director and Transliteracy Integration Specialist

2014-2015 Academic Year (11-month position)

 

Summary

The Library Director and Transliteracy Integration Specialist serves as a member of the IS Department and reports to the Director of Educational Technology and Innovation.  The Library Director and Transliteracy Integration Specialist will work closely and collaboratively with all members of the IS Team to model creative problem solving, critical thinking, and flexibility necessary for success in our diverse and changing world.  The primary function of this role is to support Nashoba Brooks' vision for dynamic transliteracy integration throughout the School.  Nashoba Brooks is committed to using innovative instruction, including mobile technology and design thinking theory, to equip our students with the tools, resources, and skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century.

 

The successful candidate will model integrity, professionalism, curiosity, responsibility, creativity and respect for all persons, as well as a demonstrated commitment to advancing the school's core values of diversity, service learning, and character education.

 

Please refer to the complete position description  on the employment page of the school's website:  www.nashobabrooks.org

Application:

Applicants should submit a cover letter and résumé to: 

Regina Nixon

email: librarydir@nashobabrooks.org            

homepage:  www.nashobabrooks.org      

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Librarian/Media Specialist, Harwood Union Middle/High School, South Duxbury VT

Harwood Union High School seeks a highly collaborative individual to become the Librarian/Media Specialist for students in grades 7-12. The successful candidate will possess both passion and knowledge related to 21st Century skills, literacy instruction, and library/media management (budget, acquisitions, and circulation). This position if from approximately April 2014 - October 2014.

Duties include promoting a welcoming and respectful library environment, familiarizing students and staff with library and online resources, providing in the classroom and one-on-one instruction with students and staff, managing the media center, supervising the Library Assistant, and collaborating with teachers and staff. Vermont licensure is required.

Harwood Union High School is an award winning school system nestled in Vermont's Mad River Valley. Students attend Harwood from Waitsfield, Warren, Fayston, Moretown, Waterbury, and Duxbury. There are 765 students in grades 7-12. Please see our website for more information about the school: http://www.harwood.org

Please apply online or submit letter of interest, resume, transcripts, copy of license, and 3 current letters of recommendation to:

Harwood Union High School
Attn: Wendy Gilbert
458 VT Rte 100
So. Duxbury, VT 05660

Position open until filled.

For more infor: http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=584082

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Library Director, Dana Hall School, Wellesley MA

Dana Hall, independent, boarding/day school for girls, grades 6-12, seeks Library Director beg. fall 2014. Candidates must have MLS, min. 5 yrs exp., plus excellent admin., teaching, and communication skills. Primary resp. incl. ensuring the smooth running of state-of-the art library; serving as a dept. head, maintaining awareness of curricular initiatives to support the faculty; overseeing library staff and student page and parent volunteer programs; overseeing/teaching information and digital literacy curriculum; overseeing collection development; managing the facility and all library-sponsored programs.

 

For full job description and to send resume/cover letter email: hr@danahall.org.

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Archives Assistant, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown MA

The Archives at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA is hiring an Archives Assistant, the job is part-time (up to 18 hours/week):

 

The application is available through our online career center:http://www.perkins.org/about-us/careers/index.html

Primary Responsibilities:
Under the direction of the Archivist, the Archives Assistant is responsible for processing archival collections including organization, description, and preservation measures, assisting with digital collections including photography, scanning, and metadata creation. Assist with updating the archives website and social media accounts, and other duties including inventory, data entry, and transcription projects.


Tasks Performed:
Implements uniform arrangement, description, and preservation standards to ensure that collections are efficiently, effectively, and appropriately processed. Writing finding aids and creating other documents to improve collection description and access. Responsible for digitization, post-production and image correction, and metadata creation for online exhibits of archival materials. Updating the archives website, and content creation for social media (Flickr, Twitter, Pinterest). Perform other related duties and tasks as assigned, including assuming duties in the absence of the Archivist.


Essential Functions:
Ability to properly handle fragile, historic materials. Knowledge of digital scanning, image editing, and web page design and development. Knowledge of digital content standards and metadata schema (e.g. Dublin Core, MARC, RDA, METS). Possess knowledge of archives and special collections work routines. Possess knowledge of copyright law. Demonstrates a commitment to continuous learning and to current trends related to digitization. Ability to provide reference and research assistance. Ability to work with sensitive and confidential information in an appropriate manner. Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills.


Minimum Physical Requirements:
Lifting, carrying and/or moving of boxes, some of which could be heavy or require the use of carts, bending, pulling, collating, and filing. Significant computer work, which may require repetitive motion, prolonged periods of sitting, and sustained visual and mental applications and demands.


Desired Education:
Master's degree or current enrollment in an ALA-accredited Master's program.


Desired Major:
Library Information Science


Desired Job Experience:
Current enrollment in a Master's program, an advanced degree in a related disciplinary field with archival management coursework and/or experience. Experience arranging, processing, and preserving archival collections. Working knowledge of current metadata and descriptive standards, including DACS and EAD.


Certifications Required:
ALA-accredited Master's degree in Library Information Science.

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Director of Library Media Services, Whitinsville Christian School, Whitinsville MA

Whitinsville Christian School is looking to fill the Library Media Center Director position. This is a wonderful opportunity to provide visionary leadership for responsible use of information by students and staff at Whitinsville Christian School. The successful candidate will join an energetic and visionary leadership team committed to a Biblically reformed perspective in Christian education.   Whitinsville Christian School is a thriving community of learners focused on our calling to experience the Lordship of Christ in every aspect of our lives. The position will commence with the 2014-15 school year.

Requirements for the position include the following.

  • Commitment to Christ as Savior and Lord Commitment to the mission of Whitinsville Christian School
  • Teaching credential
  • Master's degree in Library Science

Please contact Lance Engbers, Headmaster (508-372-3246 or lengbers@wcs.mec.edu) for additional information regarding the job description, the application for the position, and the time frame for filling the position.

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