The Santa Fe Springs City Library has two openings for Library Information Desk Assistant. This position is 20-25 hours per week and is a part-time, non-benefitted position. Library Information Desk Assistants work at the front desk, assisting at circulation or doing light reference. They can also run programs, assist with major events, do a storytime, or help with our Literacy Program. Qualified candidates must have two years of college coursework AND two years of library experience. Join an innovative and energetic team!
The Santa Fe Springs City Library is looking for a dynamic leader to run their Literacy Program. The Librarian will help develop the Literacy program plan and be responsible for program performance, including collection development of materials for learners and tutors, recruitment of learners and volunteer tutors, training, maintaining statistics, and oversight for budget and CLLS Grant requirements. This Librarian will also assist with Library programs, projects and services in other areas such as reference for all ages, collection development, or technical services.
Under general supervision, performs professional library functions involved in assisting library patrons with their informational needs; plan and implement library programs; participate in the development of the library collection; and provide assistance, education and information to the public regarding library use and services. 15-20 hours per week.
The City of Thousand Oaks is seeking a collaborative, professional and technologically savvy individual to work in the Cataloging Department at the Thousand Oaks Library. This current vacancy involves working part-time up to 19 hours per week at the Newbury Park Branch of the Thousand Oaks Library.
We are looking for a creative, adaptable, and innovative person to be a leader at the County of Los Angeles Public Library. The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for leading the development of departmental and local partnerships in topics such as art and culture, health and wellness, access to employment, among others.
We are looking for a Learning Coordinator to lead initiatives in online learning, continuing education, and a 360 approach to literacy. Projects may include crafting a user-focused online learning experience, developing curriculum for library-based courses, collaborating with community partners on literacy efforts, working with workforce development organizations, and incorporating library resources with free online courses and locally offered classes.
The Digital Projects Coordinator will provide vision, project planning, programming, and expertise for digitization projects. The coordinator will take a leading role in identifying funding sources, including collaborating in grant writing and reporting, as well as develop and implement practices that facilitate acquisition, preservation, and access to born-digital materials in accordance with emerging standards and best practices. He or she will be integral to developing and implementing a digital strategy for the Library.
We are looking for an individual with dynamic leadership skills who is adaptable, creative, innovative, and a team player. The Assistant Library Administrator, under general direction of a Library Administrator, must be able to create a positive work environment for staff to communicate openly and work together. They will work on developing and implementing departmental goals, objectives, programs and policies.
The Assistant Library Administrator for Technical Services is responsible for assisting the Head of Technical Services by directing the acquisitions of new, additional and replacement library materials. This candidate must demonstrate the ability to manage staff effectively.