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Assistant Director, Library Media Services K-12, Cambridge Public Library, Cambridge, MA

Wage/Salary: $99,945 - $114,104*

Job Description:

The Cambridge Public Schools is a diverse, well-resourced urban public school district committed to the twin values of academic excellence and social justice.

The Assistant Director Library Media Services K-12 is a member of the district's Information, Communications, and Technology Services (ICTS) leadership team, and the district's Instructional Council, and reports to both the Chief Information Officer and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. The Assistant Director serves as liaison between the ICTS department and school-level stakeholders and works collaboratively with teachers, school administrators and curriculum leaders to plan, direct, implement and evaluate the educational technology and library/media programs and resources that support student learning and achievement. Responsibilities include hiring, supervision and evaluation of staff, conducting professional development on the uses of various forms and classes of information, assisting school-based library media and educational technology teams on the development of instructional unit plans that address different student learning needs and that integrate varied technology and information resources, work with Principals and school-based staff to monitor and implement the technology Acceptable Use Policy and Exploratory Skills and Processes (ESP) including copyright laws, proper use of technology, the Internet, and Web 2.0 resources, maintain and coordinates inventory, and participate in budgeting planning and implementation.

Application Instructions: Apply online at the Cambridge Public Schools website, www.cpsd.us. Applications are requested by October 30, 2014. This position is available January 1, 2015.

Online Application Addresswww.astihosted.com/cambridge/jam

Contact Information:

Barbara Allen
159 Thorndike Street
Cambridge, MA 02141
ballen@cpsd.us
617-349-6438 (phone)
617-349-6439 (fax)

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Elementary School Librarian, Pine Glen Elementary School, Burlington, MA

Elementary School Librarian for the Pine Glen School for the 2014/2015 school year

Description:

Infuse multimedia resources in the school library media center and throughout the school curriculum

"Library media specialists empower students to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users or information." - Sara Kelly Johns

Functions:

  • Organization, administration, and evaluation of the school library media center
  • Promotes library services, resources, and programs
  • Facilitates school library budgeting and supplies
  • Develops library media center policies and assists staff and students with legal and ethical issues relating to use of materials and the Internet
  • Performs all necessary tasks related to collection development for the library media center
  • Selects and maintains resources (both digital and print)
  • Coordinates relationship between school curriculum and library media center collection
  • Facilitates the alignment of the library media program with information literacy standards and other school programs
  • Understands necessary formats for bibliographic records and digital acquisitions
  • Develops and promotes a life-long love of reading for all learners.
  • Experienced with use of digital automation system for library collection and patron management
  • Outstanding knowledge of print and electronic resources as well their proper use and dissemination
  • Outstanding knowledge of current and emerging technologies
  • Outstanding knowledge of children's and young adult literature as well as genres relevant to the library collection
  • Outstanding knowledge of the needs of diverse learners and the diversity in reading levels for students
  • Work closely with school Instructional Technology Specialist and district Library Media and Technology Team
  • Assists with use of educational applications
  • Assists students with disabilities to access children's literature through accommodations
  • Assists with effective professional development in regards to technology integration
  • Assists with the coordination and facilitation of after school workshops for teachers, staff, and parents
  • Assists teachers and students with appropriate technology for research, information power, and hands-on learning
  • Designs and presents effective professional development workshops for classroom teachers on professional development days
  • Assists teachers with the preparation of resource rich lessons and interactive technology activities for students
  • Teaches lessons in the library media center or classrooms promoting effective digital citizenship and web activity
  • Provides support and guidance to all faculty in the areas of library media and technology
  • Works effectively with all members of the staff
  • Exhibits outstanding level of teacher support and collaborative spirit

Apply online at www.bpsk12.org.

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Assistant Director Library Media Services K-12, Cambridge Public Schools, Cambridge, MA

The Cambridge Public Schools is a diverse, well-resourced urban public school district committed to the twin values of academic excellence and social justice.

The Assistant Director Library Media Services K-12 is a member of the district's Information, Communications, and Technology Services (ICTS) leadership team, and the district's Instructional Council, and reports to both the Chief Information Officer and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. The Assistant Director serves as liaison between the ICTS department and school-level stakeholders and works collaboratively with teachers, school administrators and curriculum leaders to plan, direct, implement and evaluate the educational technology and library/media programs and resources that support student learning and achievement. Responsibilities include hiring, supervision and evaluation of staff, conducting professional development on the uses of various forms and classes of information, assisting school-based library media and educational technology teams on the development of instructional unit plans that address different student learning needs and that
integrate varied technology and information resources, work with Principals and school-based staff to monitor and implement the technology Acceptable Use Policy and Exploratory Skills and Processes (ESP) including copyright laws, proper use of technology, the Internet, and Web 2.0 resources, maintain and coordinates inventory, and participate in budgeting planning and implementation.

Minimum Qualifications: MLS degree, and five years related experience. Mass. DESE licensure: Library Media Specialist, and Supervisor/Director (Non-Core)

Salary:  $99,945 - $114,104

To Apply:  Apply online at the Cambridge Public Schools website, www.cpsd.us. Applications requested by October 30, 2014. This position is available January 1, 2015.

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Library Media Specialist, Regional School Unit #13, Rockland, ME

Regional School Unit #13 (Serving the towns of Cushing, Owls Head, Rockland, St. George, So. Thomaston, Thomaston)

Hiring full-time and part-time positions.

Maine DOE Certification 071 and Maine Criminal History Records Check required.

A teaching application is available on our website, www.rsu13.org, or by calling Human Resources at 207-596-2002.

Please submit application and required materials to:

RSU #13
Attn:  Human Resources
28 Lincoln Street
Rockland, ME 04841

or via email to employment@rsu13.org

EOE

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Middle/High School Library Media Specialist, Paul Cuffee School, Providence, RI

Reports to: Middle and High School Principals and Head of School
Hours: Full time
Supervises: Library/Media Teaching Partner
Works closely with: Staff at both the middle and upper schools

Job Description

  • Digital Literacy Instructor
    • Teach students and staff how to use 21st Century Learner digital literacy skills to support all classroom curriculum.
    • Create and maintain a detailed, integrated Digital and Information Literacy Curriculum Plan for Grades nine through twelve.
    • Teach the skills, Dispositions in Action, Responsibilities, and Self Assessment Strategies of 21st Century Learners, as outlined by the American Association of School Librarians' Standards.
    • As certified teacher, deliver lessons to students to cultivate ability to find, evaluate, and select appropriate sources of information, to respect intellectual property rights and develop digital citizenship, and the use of various technology tools and media formats for both research and creative products.
    • Provide readers' advisory instruction and reading promotion school wide.
  • Instructional Consultant
    • Work closely with individual teachers in designing instructional units and assessments, provide instructional resources and materials, and advocate for the integration of information literacy and technology skills within larger curricular units.
    • Recommend digital tools, websites, print materials and other resources in multiple formats to teachers to supplement classroom curricular goals.
    • Plan and deliver professional development offerings to assist faculty skill growth.
    • Assist teachers in integrating multiple forms of media into their curriculum design process.
    • Co-teach digital literacy lessons within larger curricular units.
  • Media Center Administrator
    • Maintain ongoing collection development and purchase of library media materials including digital and print formats and processing supplies.
    • Create an annual budget.
    • Administrator of library and literacy promotions and event.
    • Management of library website, online catalog, and patron database.
    • Management of acquisitions, processing and cataloging of materials
    • Advocate for the program's vision, evaluate its effectiveness, and provide leadership.
    • Management of library spaces at MS and US

Position Type: Full-time 
Positions Available: 1 
Job Category: Student Services > Librarian/Media Specialist

Equal Opportunity Employer

Paul Cuffee School is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

Job Requirements

  • RI Library Media Teacher Certification Required.
  • National Background Check (after offer)
  • Postgraduate Certificate degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

Contact Information

Deborah Reyes
544 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, Rhode Island 02907
Phone: 401-781-2727
Fax: 401-781-2828
Email: click here

To apply for this position, visit http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=1058962.

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Part-time Library Paraprofessional Position, Boston Public Schools, Boston, MA

Boston Public Schools is seeking a .2 Library Paraprofessional for the Nathan Hale Elementary School. This position may be scheduled as one full day/week or two half days/week. This is an excellent opportunity for a student pursuing library media studies to gain valuable work experience in an elementary school library while still working on their degree. 

To apply, please send resume to Amy Short, Director of Library and Media Services, at ashort@bostonpublicschools.org.

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Volunteer, Boston Arts Academy/Fenway High School Library, Boston, MA

The BAA/Fenway Library is a vibrant, well-resourced school library located adjacent to the Fens and Fenway Park, a ten minute walk from Simmons. Volunteers become part of an active school library program team. We are seeking SLIS students interested in contributing time to learning and applying library practices in a school environment. Ideally, a volunteer determines a block of time, one day a week for the semester, where he or she is committed to working. Volunteers assist students and faculty members with reference, learn to manage the circulation system, generate web pages, perform original cataloging and other school library tasks. Volunteers are encouraged to try on different roles, from instruction to collection development.

Requirements: A team player, energy, flexibility and a sense of humor. Prior experience working with high school age students is helpful but not necessary. The successful candidate will be able to take the skills learned in this volunteer position to any library environment. Depending on circumstances, volunteers may be hired as library associates.

Please send an email of interest, along with possible availability, and an attached resume to: Deborah Froggatt, Library Director: dfroggatt@bostonpublicschools.org

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Library Media Specialist, Chariho Regional School District, Wood River Junction, RI

Job Description

The Chariho Regional School District is accepting applications from individuals who hold a library media specialist certification or are eligible for emergency certification.

No paper applications will be accepted. Only complete applications will be considered.

Position Type: Full-time

Positions Available: 1

Job Category: Student Services > Librarian/Media Specialist

Equal Opportunity Employer

Chariho Regional School District is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.

Job Requirements

All applicants must hold a current/valid Rhode Island teaching certificate or be eligible for emergency certification. Three original letters of reference and copies of transcripts not verified required at time of interview.

  • No experience required
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

Application Instructions

Chariho Regional School District actively seeks applications from the most capable, professional candidates.

If selected for interview, you will be required to bring the following items:

  1. Copy of Rhode Island Teaching Certificate
  2. Copy of test scores for the NTE or Praxis
  3. A 15 minute dvd of yourself teaching a lesson (teaching positions only)
  4. Certified transcripts (unless verified through SchoolSpring)
  5. Original, signed letters of recommendation (unless submitted by reference on SchoolSpring)
  6. A copy of your most recent evaluation

Read more and apply for this position at: http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=1011052

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K-8 School Librarian, Lowell Community Charter Public School, Lowell, MA

Lowell Community Charter Public School invites applications for the position of K-8 School Librarian position. This full-time position offers an opportunity to develop and execute 21st century information literacy curriculum in a progressive educational institution. Work with a dynamic, collaborative faculty and motivated learners. Open until filled.

Library Responsibilities include:

  • Develop and provide information literacy instruction in collaboration with the LCCPS faculty
  • Provide digital citizenship instruction in collaboration with the LCCPS faculty
  • Benchmark library curriculum with school Common Core standards
  • Market library services and programs to students, parents and faculty
  • Manage budget and all fundraising programs including annual book fair and other programs.
  • Develop and maintain a collection of  prints and electronic items, including subscription databases, periodicals, and books.
  • Share expertise by presenting at faculty and parent meetings.
  • Maintain Library website
  • Build and maintain library units and lessons on system
  • Catalog library materials
  • Supervise student and community volunteers
  • Perform circulation desk duties, readers' advisory and reference services for students and faculty
  • Participate in school curriculum development by attending school and general  meetings
  • Maintain a library environment that is attractive, inviting, and conducive to learning; monitor and maintain acceptable student behavior
  • Participate in professional activities, organizations, conferences and committees for both the library and educational communities
  • Keep current in professional practices and developments, information technologies, and educational research applicable to the library program
  • Take an active part in the life of the school community
  • Promote the library through contests, book displays, clubs, etc.

Hours: 7:30 to 3:00 or 8:00 to 3:30p  for a regular full time hire.  Hours may be negotiable for a current student. If a current LIS student is hired, they would be a paid intern. To apply, visit the website www.lccps.org and visit the employment tab and apply through that link.

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Part-Time Library Assistant, Winsor School, Boston, MA

Job ID:31690

Job Title: Part-Time Library Assistant

Organization Name: Winsor School

Wage/Salary: $15/hr

Job Description: The Winsor School is seeking a part-time library assistant to staff the library Monday-Friday from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. 

The Winsor School, founded in 1886, is a leader in independent secondary education for girls in grades 5-12, with a tradition of academic excellence. 

Qualifications include an interest in library work with middle and high school students. Position to begin Wednesday, September 3, 2014.

Application Instructions: Please send letter of application, resume, and contact information including email for three references to afstern@winsor.edu.

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Library Media Specialist, Dartmouth Public Schools, Darmouth, MA

The Dartmouth Public School System is seeking a certified library media specialist to work in K-5 school setting.  Candidates must be certified as a library media specialist in the state of Massachusetts.
 
There are two (2) part time positions available.  These positions can be combined to create one (1) full time position. 
 
The starting date is August 26, 2014.
 
For more information, please contact
 
Joan Boucher
Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
Dartmouth Public Schools
8 Bush Street
Dartmouth MA  02748
 

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School Library Associate, Boston Arts Academy/Fenway High School Library

The BAA/Fenway Library Team is seeking an energetic person who is seeking library experience. Though no past library experience is necessary, work with teens and/or young adults is required. The Library Associate is one who brings technology skills, flexibility and a sense of humor. OPAC responsibilities, reference work, web page design and other LIS work responsibilities, such as original cataloging, are components of the work. The position is 9-10 hours per week with two 4-5 hours shifts on Wed a.m., Thursdays and/or Fridays; perfect or a Simmons SLIS student's schedule. The schools are co-located about 6 blocks from the Simmons campus.

Please send a letter of intent and a resume via email ASAP to: Deborah Lang Froggatt, Director, Boston Arts Academy/Fenway High School Library/Boston Symphony Orchestra Education Resource Center, dfroggatt@bostonpublicschools.org.

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K-8 Librarian, Lowell Community Charter Public School

Lowell Community Charter Public School invites applications for the position of K-8 School Librarian position. This full-time position offers an opportunity to develop and execute 21st century information literacy curriculum in a progressive educational institution. Work with a dynamic, collaborative faculty and motivated learners. Open until filled.

Library Responsibilities include:

•         Develop and provide information literacy instruction in collaboration with the LCCPS faculty
• Provide digital citizenship instruction in collaboration with the LCCPS faculty
• Benchmark library curriculum with school Common Core standards
• Market library services and programs to students, parents and faculty
• Manage budget and all fundraising programs including annual book fair and other programs.

•         Develop and maintain a collection of  prints and electronic items, including subscription databases, periodicals, and books.
• Share expertise by presenting at faculty and parent meetings.

•         Maintain Library website
• Build and maintain library units and lessons on system
• Catalog library materials
• Supervise student and community volunteers
• Perform circulation desk duties, readers' advisory and reference services for students and faculty
• Participate in school curriculum development by attending school and general  meetings
• Maintain a library environment that is attractive, inviting, and conducive to learning; monitor and maintain acceptable student behavior
• Participate in professional activities, organizations, conferences and committees for both the library and educational communities
• Keep current in professional practices and developments, information technologies, and educational research applicable to the library program
• Take an active part in the life of the school community
• Promote the library through contests, book displays, clubs, etc

 

Hours:  7:30 to 3:00 or 8:00 to 3:30p  for a regular full time hire.  Hours may be negotiable for a current student. If a current LIS student is hired, they would be a paid intern. To apply, visit the website www.lccps.org and visit the employment tab and apply through that link.

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Library Media Specialist, Albert F. Argenziano School at Lincoln Park, Somerville MA

The Somerville Public School System is seeking a certified library media specialist to work in an K- 8 school setting.

Must be certified as a Library Media Specialist in the state  of Massachusetts.  This is a full time position.

 

 

For more information, please contact

 

Charles LaFauci

Supervisor of Library Media Services

 

Somerville Public Schools

5 Cherry Street

Somerville, MA  02144

 

clafauci@k12.somerville.ma.us

617-628-5449

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Library Media Specialist, Billerica Public Schools, Billerica MA

The library media specialist develops, implements and interprets an effective library media program which strives to achieve the Mission of the Billerica Public Schools Library Media Program.

 

The library media specialist provides access to information and resources for all students, staff and community users, makes resources available to students and teachers through a systematically developed collection within the school and through access to resources outside the school.

 

Assists students in identifying, locating and interpreting information housed in the library media center and helps students locate information outside the library media center.

 

Manages selection and ordering of materials through a process which involves teachers, administrators, students and parents; administers budgets for library media resources.

 

Participates in department, grade-level, school and district curriculum development and assessment projects.

 

Plans cooperatively with teachers to incorporate information skills into the classroom, curriculum and to assist teachers in developing resource based units and activities.

 

Takes a leadership role in promoting and demonstrating the use of new technologies and media with teachers and other adults.

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Tom Murphy, Principal, Billerica Memorial High School
35 River Street
Billerica, Massachusetts 01821
Phone: 978-528-8710
Fax: 978-436-9393
Email: tmurphy@billerica.k12.ma.us

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Library Teacher, Everett Public School System, Everett MA

The Everett Public School System is seeking a certified library media specialist to work in an elementary/middle school for the 2014-2015 school year. For more information, please contact Patricia Ells, Library Coordinator at 617-394-2490 or by email at pells@everett.k12.ma.us.

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Elementary Library Media Specialist, JW Killam Elementary School, Reading MA

Job ID: 922452
Application Deadline: July 24, 2014
Posted: July 14, 2014
Starting Date: August 25, 2014

Job Description
General Description: The Elementary Library Media Specialist is a teaching position that is focused on planning and teaching with colleagues to integrate library media curriculum and other curriculum areas. This position also trains teachers to use audio visual/technological instructional materials throughout the school.

Reports to and is evaluated by: Building principal of each school. Also works with Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, other Library Media Specialists and the Library Media Coordinator.

Terms of Employment: The Library Media Specialist will be employed under the terms and conditions of the specific contract between Reading Public Schools and the Reading Teachers Association. The work year for the Library Media Specialist is full time for 185 school days. Compensation: Negotiable in accordance with the contract executed between the Reading Teachers Association and the Reading Public Schools.

Qualifications: Education and Experience:

• Holds a Master's degree from an accredited college or university

• Has a successful teaching background at the elementary level

• Has valid Massachusetts Library Media Specialist Certification teacher certification, or is in the process of pursuing, Library Media Specialist Certification.

• Demonstrates knowledge of computer hardware and software and other technologies and an in-depth understanding of curriculum development, instruction, assessment, and of technology integration.

• Has evidence of outstanding professional accomplishments and experiences.

• Has excellent interpersonal and leadership skills

Specific Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, assessment data, or governmental regulations; ability to write reports, correspondence, or procedure manuals; ability to effectively provide training, present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, and the general public; ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional programs; ability to plan and implement lessons and/or workshops; ability to establish and maintain effective positive working relationships with administrators, teachers, students, peers, parents, and community; and ability to speak clearly and concisely in written or oral communication.

The Superintendent may add or substitute other qualifications relevant to the position.

Essential Functions and Duties:

1. Collaboratively designs, prepares, and implements lessons and units of study that integrate library media skills into other curriculum areas.

2. Organizes, publicizes and implements staff development opportunities for all staff, including reflection, follow-up, and revision.

3. Teaches library and research skills with classroom teacher to classes as well as to individual students.

4. Encourages a love of reading; provides enrichment opportunities and attempts to accommodate the diversity of student needs, interest and abilities.

5. Provides reference services and assistance in locating information.

6. Promotes the awareness and use of new instructional technologies and audiovisual materials.

7. Acts as a resource person in matters concerning library media, technology, audiovisual equipment and materials and their use in the school instructional program.

8. Exercises general supervision in scheduling of materials and equipment for classroom use.

9. Assists in the production of simple audiovisual and library media materials.

10. Arranges for maintenance and repair of audiovisual and library media center equipment.

11. Represents the school in professional organizations related to instructional media.

12. Conducts annual inventories of equipment and materials.

13. Develops in consultation with the principal and staff, an annual budget for purchase of library media and audiovisual materials.

14. Organizes the storage and handling of audiovisual materials for convenience, availability, and effective use.

15. Utilizes input from faculty, students, and professional evaluation tools to requisition library media and audiovisual materials that represent a wide range of subjects, viewpoints, cultures, grades, and interest levels.

16. Supervises the ordering, processing, circulation, shelving, inventorying, and weeding of materials and equipment.

17. Works with the instructional technology specialist and technician (if applicable) to supervise the ordering of technology hardware and software pertinent to the library media center.

18. Organizes an inviting library media facility and promotes appropriate student conduct. 19. Supervises the work of library aides (if applicable) and volunteers.

20. Cooperates with the Coordinator of the Library Media program and with other Library Media Specialists in the development of district wide endeavors, in sharing information, and in utilizing the resources of the Reading Public Library.

21. Publicizes library media programs and resources and encourages community participation, where appropriate.

22. Participates on district wide curriculum committees and other building or system-wide committees.

23. Pursues professional development via attendance at workshops, conferences, and courses.

24. Works with colleagues and students to help maintain the school and district web pages.

25. Works with the instructional technology specialist or technician to develop and implement a scheduled maintenance plan that includes updating and upgrading all computers, administrative software, educational software, and managerial software pertinent to the library media use.

26. Works with the instructional technology specialist to set up technology or audio visual equipment for after school or night school meetings.

27. Models and teaches legal and ethical practice related to technology and library media use.

28. Performs other related duties as assigned by the building principal.

Supervises: The library media specialist does not supervise or formally evaluate any employee.

Physical Demands: The employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk and talk. The employee must be able, on occasion, to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and depth perception.

Work Environment: The employee will be working in a normal school environment with an acceptable level of noise. Selection Guidelines: Interested candidates need to apply and will participate in an interview process. The candidate will be recommended by the building principal for appointment by the Superintendent of Schools.


Position Type: Full-time

Positions Available: 1


Equal Opportunity Employer
Reading Public Schools is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.


Job Requirements
Please submit a cover letter, resume, 3 letters of recommendation, official transcripts, and a copy of your Mass
Teacher's Certification through School Spring.

  •  Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

Contact Information
Catherine Giles, Principal 333 Charles Street Reading, Massachusetts 01867 Phone: 781-944-7831


Apply for this job online at http://www.schoolspring.com/job?922452

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Library/Media Specialist .6, Loker School Library, Wayland MA

Job Details


Job ID: 908742

Application Deadline: Posted until Filled

Posted: July 8, 2014 Starting Date: August 27, 2014

Job Description:
Provide services to elementary school students as library/media specialist. This is a part-time, .6 FTE, position.

Job Requirements:
1. Bachelor's degree with at least 36 semester hours in Library Sciences, Media Services, or related field required
2. Graduate training and/or degree in the above areas or a related field preferred;
3. Massachusetts educator's licensure with appropriate code;
4. Satisfactory, supervised experience within the last five years as a specialist, student teacher, intern, or apprentice at the secondary or college level within a media services program;
5. Knowledge of teaching the use of electronic media as a course of study and/or as an educational service;
6. Facility with current technology in the field of Media Services;
7. Audio/Visual knowledge is a plus;
8. Experience with diverse populations and commitment to Wayland's goals of diversity and inclusion;
9. Possess those personal and professional characteristics necessary to carry out the responsibilities of the position.


Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=908742

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Director of Library Services and Archives, St. George's School, Middletown RI

Reports to:                 Dean of Academics

 

Job Summary:            Both teacher and administrator, the Director of Library Services plays a key role in supporting the School's educational goals. The Director is responsible for designing and implementing a dynamic and welcoming service-oriented library program that focuses on the educational needs of the entire school community. The Director also shares with the Assistant Director and the faculty the responsibility for teaching our students 21st ­century Information Literacy and research skills. The Director provides energy, leadership and vision in helping the School implement the Library Mission Statement, in developing programmatic initiatives such as the Crossroads Program, and in enhancing the library's web presence.

 

 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Oversee all library services, daily operation of the facility, and all library policies, procedures, and initiatives;
  • Responsible for curriculum development of the Information Literacy program;
  • Work closely with the Assistant Director, faculty and students on the research process;
  • Coordinate and oversee the Crossroads Program;
  • Oversee the Archives;
  • Manage a staff that includes an Assistant Director of Library Services, additional library staff, and an Archivist;
  • Direct and participate in the staffing of the library on evenings and weekends;
  • Select, supervise and train student Library Prefects;
  • Attend regular Department Heads meetings;
  • Represent the School at Quarterly Ocean State Libraries consortium (OSL) meetings; train staff and ensure compliance with OSL policies;
  • Participate fully in the life of the School; attend faculty committees, chapel services and all-school assemblies;
  • Serve as a Faculty Advisor to 4-6 students;
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Academics or Associate Head for School Life;
  • Support the School and its leadership.

 

Skills/Qualifications Required:

  • ALA-accredited MLS with 5-7 years of experience in an academic library;
  • Excellent skills in the areas of communication, organization, and analytical problem-solving;
  • A strong service orientation, and the ability to multi-task with an upbeat demeanor;
  • Proven ability in overseeing projects, training and managing staff;
  • Proficiency in integrating educational technology into the program;
  • Experience in Information Literacy instruction is strongly preferred; 
  • Preference will be given to candidates with college, university or independent school library experience. 
  • Experience with Innovative Interfaces, Inc. integrated library systems (Sierra and/or Millennium) and LibGuides preferred.

 

This is an 11-month position that includes participation in the school's TIAA-CREF program, full benefits, and a competitive salary.

To Apply:

Please send resume, cover letter, and the name, address and telephone number of three professional references to: bob_nula@stgeorges.edu

 

Additional Relevant Information:

 

Library Mission Statement:  The St. George's School library is a vital center of campus intellectual life. It supports St. George's academic program by providing outstanding services, resources, and facilities for research and study.  The library also advances the broader educational mission of the School by awakening interest in a range of ideas, by inspiring a love of learning and scholarship, and by providing a place where all members of the school community can explore multiple curiosities about their world.

 

St. George's School, founded in 1896, is a nationally-known, independent coeducational college preparatory school for 365 boarding and day students in grades 9 - 12. The Nathaniel P. Hill Library houses 31,000 volumes in open stacks, a reference section of 2,500 volumes, and an audiovisual collection.  The library also subscribes to print newspapers and magazines, as well as numerous electronic databases including JSTOR, ProQuest Research Library and historical newspaper archives.  As a member of the Ocean State Libraries Consortium, the library also borrows and lends materials with public libraries in Rhode Island. Students are required to purchase a laptop computer, and the campus is fully wired and also provides wireless capacity. The library is staffed by two professional academic librarians and three part-time assistants, with additional support from the student Library Association and faculty proctors. The facility is open seven days and six evenings a week.

 

 

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Media Specialist at Elementary Level (full-time), Lyme-Old Lyme Public Schools, Old Lyme CT

Announcement of Vacancy

2014-2015 School Year

 

Position:

Media Specialist at Elementary Level (full-time)

 

Qualifications:

1. Demonstrated competencies, attitudes and personal characteristics in keeping with high district standards.

 

2. Appropriate Connecticut Certification.

 

3. Must be highly qualified as defined by the State Department of Education regulations.

 

Compensation: Salary and benefits per group contract and salary schedule.

Application Procedure:

Go to http://www.region18.org/page.cfm?p=1584 and fill out online application

Please do not mail, email or deliver application materials. All applications are now accepted online.

 

Date of Posting: June 13, 2014

 

Closing Date: Until Filled

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.9 Elementary Librarian, Halifax Elementary School , Kingston MA

Halifax Elementary School is a K-6 school. Part-time (.9) librarian needed.

Interested candidates for the position should submit a letter of intent, resume, transcript(s), and three letters of reference to:

Mr. John J. Tuffy, Superintendent of Schools
Silver Lake Regional School District
50 Pembroke Street
Kingston, MA 02364

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Library/Media Specialist, Louise A. Conley Elementary School, Whitman MA

JOB GOALS:

1. To instruct students in accordance with the educational philosophy, course objectives, and curriculum of the District

2. To provide maximum learning opportunities for students in accordance with program objectives and each 'student's abilities, interests, and needs

3. To continuously develop his/her professional knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors in order to improve the educational opportunities of his/her students

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

INSTRUCTION

1. Instructs students in accordance with the District's philosophy of education, policies, and curriculum

2. Directs the teaching/ learning process toward the achievement of program goals, establishes specific objectives for all lessons, communicates these objectives to students.

3. Is prepared to instruct students assigned and has written documentation (e.g., plan book) of preparation

4. Diagnoses the learning needs of students in terms of the course objectives on a continuous basis and seeks the assistance of District specialists as required

5. Employs a variety of instructional techniques, materials, instructional media, consistent with the needs, interests, and abilities of the students and the objectives of the course

6. Assess the progress of students in terms of course ob¬jectives on a continuous basis and provides progress reports as required

7. Sets a positive example for students and community by demonstrating respect and concern for students and an awareness of community values



CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

1. Manages and fully utilizes class time for instructional purposes

2. Establishes and maintains a classroom environment condu¬cive to learning and teaching.

3. Assists the Administration in implementing policies and/or rules governing student life and conduct, and maintains order in the classroom in a fair and just manner

4. Promotes appropriate student behavior and attends to misbehavior when it occurs in the teacher's presence whenever it is brought to a teacher's attention (e.g., hallway, cafeteria, washrooms, and grounds) 

5. Takes reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment materials and facilities

ORGANIZATION

1. Conducts school-related activities in conformity with School Committee policies and administrative regulations

2. Cooperates with administrators and others in developing and supporting school activities and maintaining an atmosphere conducive to learning and teaching

3. Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with colleagues and supervisors

4. Maintains accurate student records as required by law, School Committee policy and administrative regulations

5. Takes and records attendance accurately in classes and/or homeroom, notes excessive absenteeism to supervisory personnel and parents

6. Conducts routine assignments with accuracy, promptness and efficiency

7. Maintains an accurate inventory of materials and supplies used in carrying out assignments

8. Performs all other duties as required by the school administration.

PARENT/COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS

l. Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes


. 2. Establishes and maintains communication (oral and written) with students and their parents concerning both the academic and behavioral progress of all assigned students.

3. Solicits appropriately the help of parent (5) as required in the education of their children.

4. Maintains good humor, enthusiasm, initiative, and integrity with students and parents and has a positive working relationship with them.


CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

1. Assists in the development of curriculum and methods of course/ students evaluation in cooperation with department colleagues and the administration.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT .

1. Incorporates constructive feedback and suggestions for improvement in performance made by supervisors.

2. Continuously self evaluates professional effectiveness in areas of curriculum, classroom performance, and teacher--student, staff and community relationships in order to maintain and/or improve professional competence.

3. Keeps abreast of new developments in his/her instructional discipline(s) and successful educational practices and programs in order to improve the quality of the educational experiences of his/her students.

Position Type: Full-time 

QUALIFICATIONS

1. Massachusetts Educators License Required - Library/Media Specialist

2. Demonstrates ability to instruct school students and to maintain purpose and order in the classroom and all other areas of the school.

3. Commitment to continuously improve professional competence

4. Demonstrates ability to design and deliver instruction to facilitate learning consistent with the philosophy, goals, curriculum and policies as established by the School Committee.

  • At least 2 years of relevant experience preferred
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

http://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=924732

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Specials Teacher (Librarian - Elementary), UP Academy, Dorchester MA

UP Academy - Dorchester

Specials Teacher (Librarian - Elementary)

2014-2015 School Year

UP Education Network is a nonprofit school management organization whose mission is to rapidly transform chronically underperforming district schools into extraordinary schools that sustain high achievement over time. Our turnaround schools ensure that students acquire the knowledge, skills, and strength of character necessary to succeed on the path to college and to achieve their full potential. UP Education Network currently operates four schools, UP Academy Charter School of Boston (grades 6-8), UP Academy Leonard Middle School (grades 6-8), UP Academy Charter School of Dorchester (grades K1-5), and UP Academy Oliver (grade 6). Across our network, we will serve more than 2500 students in Boston and Lawrence in fall 2014.

Role:

Teachers hold primary responsibility for the development of curriculum, the instruction of content, and, most importantly, the success of UP Academy's students.

Specific Responsibilities:

Implement curricula to meet academic standards;

Ensure student mastery of state, city, and school academic and behavioral standards;

Design and implement assessments that measure progress towards academic standards;

Use assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices;

Participate in curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions;

Provide consistent and high academic and behavioral expectations;

Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues; and

Participate in an intensive staff orientation and training for up to four weeks prior to the school year.

Qualifications:

A passionate belief in UP Academy's mission, values, and educational model;

An eagerness to set ambitious, challenging, and tangible goals, and a relentless drive to

achieve them;

An ability to thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment and a capacity to remain calm and focused when faced with unexpected challenges;

Proven track-record of high achievement;

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including strong public speaking skills;

A sense of humility in the face of success;

Drive to improve the minds and lives of students in and out of the classroom;

Bachelor's degree is required; Master's degree is preferred;

A valid Massachusetts Teaching License for the appropriate grade level;

An ability to meet all state and federal guidelines in order to be fully licensed and "Highly

Qualified" according to NCLB; and

Current authorization to work in the United States - A candidate must have such authorization by his or her first day of employment.

Compensation:

We offer a competitive compensation package, including, when relevant, a salary equal to (and in some cases above) the district scale and comprehensive health benefits.

To Apply:

If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit http://www.upeducationnetwork.org/careers and formally apply for this position through our on- line application system.

UP Academy Charter School of Dorchester is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or qualified job applicants on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other status or condition protected by applicable law. This policy extends to, but is not limited to, recruitment, selection, compensation, benefits, promotion, training and termination.

NOTE: Please note that some of the elements contained in the job description are subject to bargaining obligations established by state and federal statuses and regulations including but not limited to M.G.L. c.71, §89 and are subject to change.

Terms: BTU, Group I
Please refer to the Salary Compensation section on the Career Site for more information on compensation. Salaries are listed by Union and Grade/Step.

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