Librarian - Sam Gary Branch Library - 30 hours per week 2.1.13
|February 01, 2013 - February 08, 2013|
|Salary Range:||$19.52 - $25.38 per hour starting salary range; $19.52 - $31.23 per hour full salary range|
|Benefits:||The City and County of Denver benefit package will be offered.|
|Employment Type:||Part Time|
|Description:||Location: Sam Gary Branch Library, 2961 Roslyn St. at 29th Ave.|
Status/Schedule: Regular, part-time, 30 hours per week. The schedule will be determined by the needs of the department and will include evening and weekend hours.
Background Information: Staff at the Sam Gary Branch Library work collaboratively to provide services and materials to children, families and adults. The service supports the Libraryís strategic initiatives of providing early literacy experiences to infants through preschoolers; developing school-age readers and life-long learners; and enriching adult lives through cultural programming and merchandised collections. This position plays a key role in making the library an integral part of the community.
|Duties:||Duties and Responsibilities: Creates positive experiences by providing reference, readers and media advisory, collection maintenance, ECRR-based story times and community outreach. Promotes and nurtures pre-reading and reading skills. Designs, presents and/or establishes a variety of programs for children of all ages. Builds relationships with youth and their families to nurture curiosity and to provide homework and technology assistance. Plans and implements programming and displays that engage and enrich adult lives. Communicates effectively about issues and initiatives with customers, staff, volunteers and administration. Oversees library operations as assigned.|
|Qualifications:||Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of library services for infancy through adolescence and current research in early literacy and child/brain development. Knowledge of early literacy best practices in library and community settings. Knowledge of the Public Library Associationís ECRR initiative and supporting materials/resources. Knowledge of positive youth development practices. Knowledge of childrenís literature. Knowledge of adult interests and trends. Knowledge of information needs, collection maintenance and reader/media guidance for all ages. Skill in interpreting, communicating, and presenting information, both orally and in writing. Skill in creating eye-catching display design and merchandising library materials. Ability to thrive in an environment with constant public contact with people from all backgrounds and age groups. Ability to demonstrate positive attitude, excellent interpersonal skills, cultural sensitivity and a sense of humor in working with customers, coworkers, volunteers and the community. Ability to creatively solve problems, negotiate and handle stressful situations in a positive manner. Ability to be innovative, flexible and well organized. |
Experience: One-year experience working with children in a structured environment preferred.
Education: Masterís in Library Science from an ALA accredited institution or planning to receive one by July 1, 2013.
Special Requirements: A background check must be passed after the offer to hire has been made. Spanish language skills a plus.
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