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Teen Services Librarian - Broadview Branch
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Invitation to Compete #25-19
Teen Services Librarian
Broadview Branch Library
Part-time, 64 hours per pay period
$32.95 - $39.95 per hour (2018 Pay Rates)
To be considered for this opportunity, an online application, resume and cover letter must be received by 5:00 p.m., Thursday, March 28, 2019.
This is a regular, part-time, FLSA non-exempt, and benefited position. This classification is part of a bargaining unit represented by AFSCME. Hours for this appointment will include weekdays, weekends and evenings.
Note: This recruitment is part of an on-going Continuous Recruitment Process. Candidates who apply to this recruitment bulletin who are not yet part of the Continuous Recruitment Process for consideration of Librarian positions, must participate in a pre-qualifying interview and be added to the Continuous Recruitment Process for Librarian if they are to be considered for the selection process of this vacancy.
The Seattle Public Library is Seattle's center of information and knowledge and one of the most popular and valued services in the city. Library staff members are highly regarded by the public for their knowledge, quality of service and caring.
Staff members are committed to the Library's organizational values of respect, partnership, engagement, diversity, transparency and recognition. In particular, they demonstrate respect, engage in partnerships, and are transparent in their communications and intentions. A strategic priority of the Library is to foster an internal culture of innovation which focuses on creativity, engagement, learning and staff development.
The Seattle Public Library is also firmly committed to Intellectual Freedom and the City of Seattle's Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI). To this end, all staff embrace Intellectual Freedom as a core value of the library and understand the role that the Library plays in creating a more equitable community with increased opportunity for historically marginalized individuals and families in Seattle. If you share these values and meet the qualifications, the Library invites you to apply for this position.
The Seattle Public Library is seeking a creative and community-oriented Teen Services Librarian for the Broadview Branch location. The Broadview Branch serves northwest Seattle and is a resource for social services, educational resources, and entertainment for its diverse citizens.
The expansion of the original library, with its vaulted wooden ceiling and Pacific Northwest Native art, fosters a vibrant community dialog, hosting adult education tutoring, homework help, afterschool meals, and creative family programming. At the geographic and demographic intersection of north Seattle, the library offers space for longtime residents and new arrivals to explore Seattle's civic and cultural opportunities together.
A core responsibility for the teen services librarian at the Broadview Branch is to understand the needs of the youth population and partner with a number of local and city-wide agencies, including local middle and high schools and community centers, to develop, implement and facilitate programming and outreach services. In this capacity, the teen services librarian will work closely with the other librarians at the branch and throughout the region.
The Broadview Branch is located near Broadview-Thomson K-8, Ingraham HS, Bitter Lake Community Center, and private schools, and the afterschool presence can vary depending on school activities. These schools and programs offer essential partnerships for reaching youth in this community. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of creating positive experiences for teens, other patrons and staff in this type of highly challenging environment.
The teen services librarian (TSL) will perform the full range of professional duties. Though assigned to a particular branch, this TSL may be scheduled to work in other locations within the Northwest Region or in The Seattle Public Library system.
Librarians in the Northwest Region report to Northwest Regional Manager. An Assistant Manager oversees local branch operations at this branch and supervises public services support staff.
General Librarian Essential Functions
Reference Services and Readers Advisory: Assisting patrons of all ages and interests in finding information they need and materials that surprise and delight.
Supporting system-wide service initiatives and strategic priorities. Developing and delivering programs and services directed specifically toward teens and young adults.
Program and service design, development, delivery, and evaluation: Using community information to create relevant programs, services, and content that respond to specific community interests and needs.
Designing and delivering relevant training and instruction for the public and library colleagues. Developing and maintaining expertise in a wide range of information resources in order to deliver high quality reference and readers advisory service in a variety of modes (in person, phone, virtual). Ensuring that information resources and the library collection reflect the range of information needs in the community and effectively serve the city's diverse and growing population.
Community Engagement and Partnerships: Understanding the role of community engagement in identifying community needs and goals and developing relevant and responsive programs, services, and content.
Engaging with community members and organizations to develop and maintain both formal and informal relationships to realize outcomes that further community and library goals. Understanding the importance of bringing Library resources to where people are, both inside and outside of Library buildings.
Project management: Creating, executing, and managing all aspects of project planning for designed services delivery including budget, resources, timeline, and outcomes based evaluation. Coordinating all administrative and logistical details, such as coordination of volunteers when needed, marketing and advertising, budget tracking, and leading project teams.
MLS: Must have an MLS from an ALA-accredited library school, or Washington State Librarian Certification. (Note: Graduate students in an Accredited MLS program in their final semester are eligible to apply; however, Washington State Law prohibits an individual from being hired as a librarian unless the MLS degree has been obtained.)
Information Services: Minimum one year of experience providing information services to the general public.
For this specific position, previous work experience that demonstrates a passion for services to teens and their families, and an ability to develop, plan, implement, and evaluate library programs that support digital, information, reading, social, or STEAM literacies are required. Must also have the ability to develop and deliver programs and services for teens and young adults at the local branch and implement system-wide service initiatives.
Technology and Informational Resources: Must have current working knowledge of PC's in a Windows environment, library applications and be able to use on-line, Internet searching methods and information resources.
Familiarity with social media platforms and blogging software is highly desirable. Experience with Horizon library automation or a similar system is preferred.
Exemplary Customer Service: Minimum one year of experience providing customer service in person, via chat online, or over the phone; and/or instructional or outreach services to the general public.
The successful candidate will demonstrate a proven commitment to public service and providing exceptional customer service. Candidates must possess excellent interpersonal communication, problem solving, customer relations and teamwork skills; a sense of humor; and the ability to demonstrate a positive and enthusiastic commitment to public service.
Excellent Communication and Interpersonal
Experience in public speaking and formal writing skill is highly desired, as is fluency in a second language. Must be able to communicate clearly, diplomatically, and in a friendly and positive manner with staff and library users from diverse language, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, as well as with neighborhood-based or special interest groups.
Intellectual Freedom: Applicants must have a strong commitment to intellectual freedom.
Race and Social Justice Initiative: Applicants must be able to support the City of Seattle's Race and Social Justice Initiative and have a strong commitment to providing equitable services to marginalized or underserved populations throughout Seattle.
Project Management and Team Work
Experience planning programs and designing outreach, developing and implementing a project, and evaluation; preferably using outcomes based evaluation methods. Experience serving as a member on a working committee or project team in lieu of the above experience may be considered.
Other Required Skills and Abilities: Candidates must be flexible, able to handle multiple competing priorities and tasks, adaptable to change, and able to work effectively in a fast-paced, high-volume environment. An ability to incorporate and apply newer/emerging technologies in support of creative, effective programming and information services is desirable.
How to Apply
To be considered for this vacancy, all candidates who have yet to qualify for the Continuous Recruitment Process for Librarians must submit an online application via this bulletin by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 28, 2019.
The online application MUST include:
A Cover Letter describing how your qualifications and experience meet those required for the position
Applications that are submitted without all of the required materials will not be considered further.
The Seattle Public Library proudly promotes diversity and inclusion in its employment program. If accommodations are needed during the selection process, please let us know.
Supervisory General Attorney (Tax), Branch Chief (Pa)
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The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS, the largest tax law firm in the country, is looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our team and gain valuable experience in a legal environment. Our mission is to serve America's taxpayers fairly and with integrity by providing correct and impartial interpretation of the internal revenue laws and the highest quality legal advice and representation for the Internal Revenue Service. It's a great place to work and a family-friendly atmosphere.
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The Branch Chief is responsible for planning, directing and supervising a staff of attorneys, paralegal and technology advisors providing assistance and advice on a variety of matters. These matters include legal guidance and assistance on complex litigation and federal tax matters involving the review, redaction, and production of legal and electronic discovery (e-discovery) responses, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), section 6110 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), Congressional and other requests and providing complex litigation support services to field offices within the Office of Chief Counsel. The Branch Chief is responsible for the assignment of work to attorneys, paralegals, and technical advisors in the branch. The incumbent also performs other administrative and management tasks within the branch. He or she also serves as a personal consultant to executives on a variety of sensitive and extremely complex legal, technical and tax matters related to the matters handled by the branch.
Acts as a legal advisor to the Office executives on highly complex professional legal matters arising in the administration of the Internal Revenue laws handled by Procedure & Administration (PA).
As delegated by the manager, independently plans, develops and completes complex legal work products without review.
Provides complex litigation support to Department of Justice (DOJ) and Chief Counsel Litigators as requested and in coordination with attorneys primarily responsible for case.
Assists with the preparation of responses to complex FOIA requests and/or discovery requests relating to cases in litigation.
Serves as a point of contact and office expert on e-discovery issues and provides assistance to the higher level e-discovery expert on highly complex and significant special projects related to electronic litigation or e-discovery.
Works closely with the higher level e-discovery expert to develop complex case strategy as it relates to e-Discovery.
Conducts exhaustive and detailed research on legal positions in responding to e-discovery and other electronic requests, including applying privileges, IRC §§ 6103 and 6110, FOIA exemptions, U.S. Tax Court Rules, Federal Rules of Evidence, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and other procedural provisions, coordinating with PA branches with subject matter responsibility.
Reviews complex briefs prepared by trial attorneys on specific cases in the United States Tax Court, makes additions, corrections, and deletions, as necessary, so that the brief reflects proper procedure and a logical legal basis in case law, statutes, regulations, published guidance and Service policy with a special regard for uniformity, quality, and fairness to taxpayers.
Oversees the distribution of work assignments to branch employees, establishing work priorities and deadlines. Evaluates performance of employees, makes recommendations for promotions, awards and assignments. Counsels employees immediately concerning deficient performance and takes appropriate corrective actions. Identifies and recommends development needs of employees, gives advice, counsel, instruction on both work and administrative matters, and resolve any issues raised. Takes positive steps to further equal employment opportunities for all employees.
Occasional travel - 5% or greater
Job family (Series)
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Public Trust-Background Investigation required
Have your salary sent to a financial institution of your choice by Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer.
Must prepare an annual OGE 450, Confidential Financial Disclosure Report.
Subject to a 1-year trial period (unless already completed).
Must successfully complete a background investigation.
Complete a Declaration for Federal Employment to determine your suitability for Federal employment, at the time requested by the agency.
If you are a male applicant born after December 31, 1959, certify that you have registered with the Selective Service System or are exempt from having to do so.
Go through a Personal Identity Verification (PIV) process that requires two forms of identification from the Form I-9. Federal law requires verification of the identity and employment eligibility of all new hires in the U.S.
Obtain and use a Government-issued charge card for business-related travel.
The employment of any candidate, including a current employee or a new hire, selected for this position may be conditional upon classification and/or audit of federal tax returns. This audit may include up to 2 years of returns.
Undergo an income tax verification.
Candidates must be admitted to practice law before the highest court of a state or territory of the United States; the District of Columbia; or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and be an active member by the closing date of the announcement.
Because of its tax-related mission, the Office of Chief Counsel requires fingerprinting, tax verification, and a background security investigation as part of the pre-employment process.
You must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement:
To qualify for this position at the GS-15 grade level, you must have one year of specialized experience, equivalent in scope and effect to the GS-14 level.
Specialized experience: You must possess comprehensive knowledge of privileges, complex litigation and federal tax matters. Alternatively, you must have experience in the review, redaction, and production of legal and electronic discovery responses, the FOIA, or IRC § 6110 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
The J.D. and/or the LL.M. must be from an ABA-accredited law school.
Candidates must be admitted to practice law before the highest court of a state or territory of the United States; the District of Columbia; or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
One year of professional legal experience refers to full-time work after admittance to the bar. Part-time work is considered on a prorated basis.
Experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector, or through Volunteer Service.
To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate on your resume the dates of employment by month/year, as well as number of hours worked per week.
GS-15: You must have been at the GS-14 level for 52 weeks. (time-in-grade requirement).
To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week, on your resume.
Applicants must possess a J.D. and have one year of general legal experience plus three years of professional legal tax experience. An LL.M. degree in the field of the position (tax) may be substituted for one year of general legal experience listed above.
Specialized experience may have been gained while employed in a professional legal position in the Federal, state, or local government, the private sector including law firms, or nongovernmental organizations.
Librarian - FT 40Hrs. - South High Branch
PURPOSE OF JOB:
Responsible for providing specialized training and programming functions, collection analysis, Readers' Advisory and in-depth reference services. Provides training and guidance to other Public Services staff including the use of electronic resources and reference tools.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Proactively provides a high level of customer service and assists customers through various aspects of utilizing the Library, including expert level reference service in person, over the phone, by email, instant messaging, etc.
Interviews, researches and answers customer questions, by locating appropriate sources of information requiring a knowledge of the content of the collection(s), an ability to generalize and interpret subject content and a thorough understanding of the scope, authority, arrangement and format of various reference tools (digital and print), cataloging rules and systems of bibliographic notation and format. Demonstrates thorough reference expertise.
Answers the most challenging questions referred by other reference staff.
Initiates the development, implementation and promotion of adult, teen, and children's programs to increase awareness of Library resources.
Provides readers' advisory to customers (in person and virtually) using appropriate sources of information including knowledge of the collection, the publishing industry and electronic resources.
Master's of Library Science Degree from ALA accredited institution of higher learning.
Ability to use appropriate judgment in handling information and records.
Ability to work independently with limited direction.
Must be able to perform duties at remote locations, provide personal transport as needed.
Acts with the customer in mind using information gained from interacting with the customers. Meets the expectations and requirements of external and internal customers.
Ability to effectively present in a variety of formal settings - one on one, group, peers, direct reports, etc. Command attention and manage group process.
Driver's license and personal vehicle.
Combination of mornings, afternoons, evenings & weekends, alternating Friday & Saturday. Sundays as assigned.
Librarian 2, Circulation Department Manager
Summary Benefits Supplemental Questions
Incumbents in this classification are responsible for performing professional level work within an area of specialty. Duties in addition to those provided by a Librarian 1 include preserving and maintaining library archives and special collections; planning and administering specialty programs within the library and maintaining library catalog database to facilitate patron access to materials.
May act as department head in supervisor's absence or supervise staff within a specific area of the library. Work requires limited supervision and the use of independent judgment and discretion.
This is the second level of a three level series. The Librarian 2 is distinguished from the Librarian 1 by its responsibility for performing professional level work within a specialty area and by increased supervisory responsibilities.
This role is Exempt.
This position reports to the head of Public Services at the Downtown Branch Library, and
will be assigned to directly supervise staff in the Downtown Branch Circulation operation.
Work Location: 1001 Broad Street and other Library locations as required
Examples of Duties:ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
(The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities.
Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties).
Will supervise department staff to include: prioritizing, scheduling, assigning and evaluating
work; ensuring staff are trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures;
maintaining a healthy and safe working environment; and making hiring and disciplinary
Assists patrons by providing solutions to informational requests and evaluating resources in order to match information needs with reference and/or advisory materials.
Process inter-library loans for patrons with applicable state or national libraries; manages and maintains related databases.
Trains patrons in the use of electronic reference sources by providing guidance and instruction for both general and specific requests; enables patrons to operate equipment and meet their informational needs; troubleshoots problems or instructs patrons in the use of software and hardware.
Plans, prepares and maintains display exhibits to promote the circulation of materials, books and/or other related items.
Manages and maintains library collection materials in specific, assigned areas of the collection by noting community needs and patrons requests, consulting reviews and bibliographies, checking lost and missing reports; may serve on Collection Development committee and select and order material. May recommend material for others to order.
Monitors and maintains databases in assigned area of responsibility.
Prepares and compiles a variety of statistics related to library operations in assigned area of responsibility; analyzes results and makes recommendations based on findings.
Participates in bibliographic materials control which includes retrieving library materials placed on hold by patrons; monitoring the distribution of periodicals, newspapers and other material and performs other related activities.
Develops, implements, administers and evaluates specialty programs and services; creates materials and displays to promote the library and associated programs.
Enforces policies and procedures while balancing patrons' needs with administrative requirements.
Participates in/on a variety of meetings, committees or other related groups in order to receive and convey information.
Will process forms for passport application processes, following established guidelines and regulations set forth by the U.S. government.
Eight (8) years of any combination of relevant education, training or experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the job will be considered. This must include two (2) years of supervisory experience. Must also be eligible to become certified as a Passport Acceptance Agent according to U.S. government regulations.
Examples of relevant education include a Master's degree in Library/Information Science, Education or related field. Examples of relevant experience include public library circulation experience. Proficiency with the Polaris ILS system and the Spanish Language is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of library science principles and practices; customer service principles; advisory and
reference resources; knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System; reference materials, techniques,
and practices; print and online reference sources; principles of supervision and management.
Skill in prioritizing, assigning and evaluating work; preparing orders for books; preserving and maintaining library archives and special collections; planning and administering specialty programs within the library; using a computer and related software; managing and maintaining databases; developing collections; providing customer service; evaluating websites for reliability, accuracy and appropriateness; performing routine computer troubleshooting; retrieving, organizing and disseminating information; conducting Internet searches; prioritizing, organizing and managing multiple simultaneous projects; reading, interpreting, applying and explaining rules, regulations, policies and procedures; preparing clear and concise reports; gathering and analyzing information and making recommendations based on findings and in support of organizational goals and communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisors, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Positions in this class typically require climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently and/or negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for Sedentary Work and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for Light Work.
Child Sensitive: Y
All employment offers are made at the beginning salary unless otherwise authorized.
All employees must maintain Tennessee residency from the date of hire.
Only applicants who provide a valid email address will be notified when the position has been filled.
The City of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
Chief Medical Officer, Colorado Department Of Human Services
This position will remain open until an adequate candidate pool has been established.
If your goal is to build a career that makes a difference, consider joining the dedicated people of the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS). Our professionals strive to design and deliver high quality human and health services that improve the safety, independence, and well-being of the people of Colorado.
This position will be employed by the University of Colorado, Denver and will work under a contract for CDHS. Eligible for vacation/sick leave, health/dental/life insurance, participation in the CU workers compensation, disability, and the University retirement program. More information found here.
Our Culture & Environment
Our vision is that the people of Colorado will be safe, healthy, and prepared to achieve their greatest aspirations. Through our core values listed below, CDHS staff are committed to:
Making decisions with, and acting in the best interests of the people we serve, because Colorado's success depends on their well-being
Sharing information, seeking input, and explaining our actions because we value accountability and transparency
Managing our resources efficiently because we value stewardship
Promoting a positive work environment, and supporting and developing employees, because their performance is essential to Colorado's success
Meaningfully engaging our partners and the people we serve because we must work together to achieve the best outcomes
Committing to continuous learning because Coloradans deserve effective solutions today and forward-looking innovation for tomorrow
This position resides in Executive Directors Office.Description of Job
What You'll be Doing
This position serves as an internal consultant to CDHS for medical and psychiatric oversight. This position will oversee medical and psychiatric services provided by the CDHS, by either employees or contractors, especially for those services provided in the Department's 24-hour, seven (7) day-a-week (24/7) facilities including the Veterans Community Living Centers, State Mental Health Institutes, State Regional Centers for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and youth correctional services facilities. This position also oversees the Medical Director for the Office of Children, Youth and Families (OCYF). The OCYF position oversees the medical, behavioral health and dental needs of children in the child welfare and youth corrections systems.
The facilities operated by the Department are governed by many state and federal laws and regulations, requiring close coordination and partnerships with private or non-profit providers, academic research and policy organizations and publicly funded clinics and hospitals. There is consistent pressure on the facilities/programs to stretch fixed budgets, provide innovative services and continually provide higher quality care.
The CMO will have thorough knowledge of medication management, human development, psychiatric diagnosis, and intervention modalities with children, adolescents, and adults. Knowledge of and adherence to American Psychiatric Association ethical standards. Understanding of varying management techniques, working with budgets, planning and development of health care systems. A solid knowledge of The Joint Commission and the Continuing Quality Improvement concepts and processes.
This position will:
Provide medical and behavioral health (including psychiatric) consultation for individual cases, including development and planning for comprehensive case reviews involving medical complexity, polypharmacy, and other concerns in order to ensure appropriate medical and behavioral health care;
Consolidate and align pertinent policies, protocols, rules and regulations to incorporate best practices in the standards of care for each population served by the Department;
Review vendor policies, procedures and practices related to medical and/or behavioral health care and oversight, identifying and correcting deficiencies, misalignments and inconsistencies;
Establish continuous quality improvement systems for the quality of care provided by state facilities, including reviewing health, medical and behavioral health audits, surveys and reviews across all CDHS 24/7 facilities, identifying common deficiencies and developing strategies to unify policy and practice where appropriate;
Serve as an advisor to the Executive Management Team on medical or behavioral health issues;
Work with appointing authorities for facility medical directors, medical officers, nurse officers, and other clinical staff as requested by programs, or clinical/medical contractors to set practice-appropriate performance standards and develop plans to ensure medical oversight and coordination of care among clinical and medical staff.
Develop and manage any new initiatives related to medical care provided by the Department.
Develop and present solutions to complex problems, which typically involve merging unique state or federal law. What might seem like a logical and simple solution to a problem may not be allowed by state or federal rules, requiring this position to develop alternatives, or develop and draft new policy or legislation. This position, directly and through the work of others, bridges differences of policy and opinion and finds workable solutions.
The CMO will demonstrate ability to distinguish between alcohol and other drug-related symptoms and other pre-existing physical problems or pathologic behaviors.
The role will need to have the ability to make independent decisions, working knowledge/familiarity with computers and electronic clinical record keeping and to verbally communicate with patients and staff, and document communications effectively.
Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights
Requirements of the Chief Medical Officer
Current, unencumbered license to practice medicine and to prescribe medications in the State of Colorado.
Minimum of two years of previous experience in the supervision of other professional staff.
Knowledgeable with current psychotropic medications and side effects.
Demonstrated ability to develop treatment plans and summaries based on patient needs.
Ability to cooperatively work as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team.
Understanding of varying management techniques, working with budgets, planning and development of health care systems.
Experienced user of EHRs – Electronic Health Records.
Preference will be given to candidates with greater depth and breadth of experience than listed in the minimum qualifications. Other preferred qualifications or experience desired may include:
Certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Specialty training in psychiatry preferred with the experience in forensic psychiatry or experience conducting forensic evaluations for competency
Two years of documented experience in the treatment of children, adolescents, geriatrics or patients with developmental disabilities in either inpatient or outpatient psychiatric treatment settings.
Able to demonstrate competence in gathering and interpreting information about mental disorders and chemical dependencies including the biopsychosocial influences and effects of each.
Experience advising a Government, State agency or other legislative/advisory board in a forensic setting.
Management experience coordinating and managing systems/organizations in a complex environment.
Conditions of Employment
The successful candidate in this position must be willing and available to submit to the following conditions:
The successful candidate in this position will be willing to submit to and able to successfully pass a criminal background check.
The successful candidate in this position will independently travel throughout Colorado using personal transportation or a state vehicle to conduct customer visits.
How to Apply (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY)
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HOW TO APPLY: Thank you for your interest. Submit an on-line application by clicking the link below or submit a State of Colorado Application for Announced Vacancy and all supplemental questions according to the instructions provided below. Failure to submit a complete and timely application may result in the rejection of your application. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials are received by the appropriate Human Resources office before the closing date and time listed above. Former employees of the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) who were disciplinary terminated or resigned in lieu of termination must disclose the information on your application and may not be eligible for employment at CDHS.
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Librarian - Teen Services
The City of Anaheim Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic Librarian in Teen Services to provide innovative public service in a team-oriented library system. The Teen Services Librarian works under minimal supervision to perform journey level professional library duties in assigned areas focusing on teen services and outreach programs, developing and sustaining programming with partner agencies and nonprofits, and supporting adult or children's services as needed.
Qualified candidates must possess a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or university. A minimum of two (2) years of library experience or one (1) year of professional librarian experience is required.
Applicants must be available to work evenings and weekends.
About Anaheim Public Library...
There are nine Library branches serving the City of Anaheim and surrounding communities, including our self-service branch at ARTIC Transportation Center, and the Anaheim Heritage Center, which houses our local history collections. We also have a Bookmobile that serves the Community Development Block Grant neighborhoods in the city.
The following functions are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
Develops, implements, and evaluates services and programs in a designated area such as adult services, children's services, youth services, and outreach; develops new services and programs that meet community needs.
Performs outreach to the community, community organizations, and schools; informs community members and organizations about library services, programs, and collections.
Writes and administers grants, develops resources, and researches grant possibilities.
Develops and presents special cultural and holiday programs, as well as activities related to the summer reading program.
When assigned as "Librarian-in-Charge", acts as moderator in difficult patron interactions, applying and implementing library policies and guidelines appropriately, modifying or adjusting these on a case by case basis and referring unresolved issues to a Senior or Principal Librarian or management; addresses building malfunction and emergency maintenance issues, makes schedule adjustments for unplanned absences, and opens/closes the facility.
Plans and directs the work of assigned non-librarian staff or volunteers.
Provides assistance to and advises patrons, including children, young adults, adults and senior citizens in the effective use of Library collection, facilities and services; demonstrates the use of library resources, tools, equipment, and electronic reference sources; assists with digital downloads.
Conducts effective reference interviews to assess and satisfy customer information needs.
Develops the collection for an assigned area of the Library; reviews and analyzes collection use; recommends books, media, and materials for purchase based on community needs and awareness of various cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Answers readers' advisory and general reference questions from telephone, webpage and in person queries by accessing a variety of print and non-print resources, including electronic resources.
Participates in the selection of part-time staff; schedules, provides technical and functional supervision to part-time Library Clerks, Library Technicians, other support staff, and library volunteers.
Performs bibliographic searches using both print and non-print sources.
Organizes, maintains, and catalogs/indexes a variety of print and digital materials.
May perform original cataloging of print and non-print materials; maintains and updates catalog files.
Reviews new publications and collection materials and selects materials and resources for acquisition or disposition, as appropriate.
Performs collection development activities, including materials selection and weeding, and sorting donated materials; selects books and materials with attention to the budget dedicated to this purpose.
Oversees periodical selection and management.
Responds to suggestions, requests, or concerns from library users or community members.
Participates in meetings, committees, or projects intended to enhance library services or promote consistent policies and procedures across the department.
Performs special reading and research and participates in professional meetings, workshops, and conferences and continuing education programs, as appropriate to remain abreast of current literature and professional trends.
Maintains and troubleshoots electronic and online resources.
Represents the department at professional meetings as required and promotes library services.
Compiles and drafts library activity reports and statistics.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Education and Experience: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Library Science (MLS), or Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) degree from an accredited college or university. A minimum of two (2) years of library experience or one (1) year of professional librarian experience required.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of effective grant writing; basic knowledge of budget practices; basic principles of supervision and training; core library operating principles, including confidentiality of customer information, freedom of information, and intellectual freedom; current principles, practices, procedures, techniques, and materials of professional library work, including library reference, collection development, and other professional library services; principles, techniques, and procedures in cataloging, indexing, classifying, and organizing library materials; principles, practices and techniques of public relations, community outreach, and service promotion; principles and techniques used in bibliographic research; general library materials selection standards; library services and available resources; techniques for promoting and publicizing library services, programs, and events; recent technological, professional, and societal developments, current literature, and sources of information related to library services.; applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility; record keeping principles and procedures; modern office practices and technology, including personal computer hardware and software applications related to the work; English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation; techniques for effectively representing the City in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, various business, professional, educational, and regulatory organizations, and the public; techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and City staff.
Ability to: Monitor assigned budget for staff hours/dollars and area of collection development; perform professional library tasks as assigned, including reference, readers advisory, program and service development, collection development, and cataloging; provide supervision and direction to assigned staff and volunteers; demonstrate initiative and sound judgment necessary to make responsible decisions as Librarian-In-Charge or in the absence of the department manager; plan and conduct the activities and operations of a specialized library function; research and write grant applications; use computer and other technology, including software, hardware, and the Internet to be able to assist customers, conduct research, prepare reports, and use email and other communications technologies; react tactfully and diplomatically during interactions with staff, the public, community groups, etc. while appropriately adhering to and enforcing sound library policies, procedures, and practices; maintain a strong service orientation and a demonstrated dedication to quality customer service; research, analyze, and summarize data and prepare accurate and logical written reports; operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized library services software applications programs; organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines; use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing; make sound, independent decisions within established policy and procedural guidelines; use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines; establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
License/Certification Required: possession of a valid California Driver's License
IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTION
Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. The deadline for the first review of applications is on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 5:00PM. Applicants are encouraged to apply early. Applicants that apply after the first review are not guaranteed to be considered for this recruitment. This recruitment may close at any time without notice after the first review date.
The selection process may include, but is not limited to, a skills assessment and oral interview.
Interviews are projected to take place in the week of April 15, 2019. Video (Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, etc) interviews will not be available. Please feel free to contact Bich "Bic" Nguyen, at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter.
The eligibility list established from this recruitment may also be used to fill the current and/or additional vacancies throughout the City.
Candidates must be specific and complete in describing their qualifications for this position. Failure to state all pertinent information may lead to elimination from consideration. Stating "See Resume" is not an acceptable substitute for a completed application.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a reference / background check (to include a conviction record) and pass a post-offer pre-employment medical examination (which will include a drug/alcohol screening). The City of Anaheim utilizes E-Verify and new employees must provide documentation to establish both identity and work authorization.
Communication regarding your application and/or status will be sent to the email address listed on your application. Please check your email regularly throughout the recruitment process as you will not receive communications by any other method.
Librarian II Branch Manager
Alamance County Public Libraries
Librarian II Branch Manager
Education and Experience: A Master's Degree in Library and Information Studies from an ALA-accredited library school is required. Candidates must be able to acquire certification by the North Carolina Public Library Certification Commission.
The successful applicant will possess a proven dedication to providing excellent internal and external customer service. Candidates must possess strong leadership qualities, excellent computer and communication skills and a strong work ethic. The ability to communicate effectively and establish and maintain good working relationships with other employees and the public is required.
Applicants should possess knowledge of professional library principles, methods, materials and practices; knowledge of reader interest levels and of books and authors; knowledge of reference methods and resources and the ability to evaluate materials to determine their potential value to the library.
Previous library experience is required. Prior supervisory experience and Spanish language skills are highly desired.
This position's primary responsibility is overseeing daily operations at Graham Public Library in Graham, NC. This person may be asked to work at other Alamance County Public Library branches as needed. This position spends 40% of scheduled hours working at a public service desk.
Opening and closing the library under established procedures;
Directly and indirectly supervising branch staff, including monthly preparation of timesheets and annual evaluations;
Working at the branch's public service desk as scheduled and following established ACPL circulation policies and procedures;
Providing bibliographic instruction and readers' advisory services for library patrons;
Responding to in-house and telephone requests for information from library patrons, including complex reference questions;
Handling special requests and patron complaints; enforcing ACPL's established policies and procedures as needed;
Creating fair and balanced six-week staff schedules and weekly desk schedules;
Involvement with the City of Graham as pertains to any issues concerning the library building, maintenance, and other issues that may impact the library, staff or patrons;
Participating in the selection and de-selection of materials for the branch collection;
Overseeing the planning, coordination and execution of programming at the branch;
Planning publicity and public relations for the branch ;
Participating on ACPL's Library Management Team, attending ACPL's monthly Librarians' meetings, and other committees as needed;
Posting monthly statistics online;
Counting and submitting deposits weekly or as needed;
This position works 40 hours per week, including some evenings and weekends as scheduled. Applicants must be able to stand for extended periods of time, reach the top and bottom shelves, and lift 40 lbs, as well as push and pull loaded book carts. For additional information, contact Susana Goldman, at 336-290-8679 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collections & Research Librarian For Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
Vacancy TypeNon-Tenure-Track FacultyIs Internal Transfer OnlyNoWorking TitleCollections & Research Librarian for Agricultural & Environmental SciencesSalary RangeAnticipated Hiring RangeCompetitive salary in recognition of applicable education and experience
Position Number00007953Work ScheduleM-F, exempt position
Full Time Equivalent (FTE)1.0Department250101 - NCSU LibrariesDepartmentNCSU LibrariesJob City & StateRaleigh, NCPrimary Function of Organizational Unit
The NC State University Libraries supports and enables research and learning by providing collections, services, spaces, and technologies for the NC State community and its partners. The Libraries is committed to being a powerful competitive advantage for the university in every aspect of its mission, including attracting and retaining the best faculty and students and promoting their success. To that end, we foster a culture of creativity, diversity, and innovation. The library system consists of the D. H. Hill Jr. Library, the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, and branch libraries for design, natural resources, and veterinary medicine. With a staff of almost 300 FTE, the Libraries has more than 5.3 million volumes in its collection and has a total annual budget of over $30 million.
The Collections & Research Strategy department focuses on deep integration with the university community, working closely with faculty and students and using data and analytics creatively to develop and manage collections aligned with the strengths of the university. Librarians in Collections & Research Strategy collaborate with faculty and students across the lifecycle of learning and research, linking high-quality content with emerging tools and technologies. In support of the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program, a university initiative that brings faculty members from multiple disciplines together to address the grand challenges of society, librarians in the department serve as liaisons to one or more of the program's clusters, along with their other liaison roles.
For more information about the Libraries, please see http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/aboutthelibraries/
Essential Job Duties
Leads collaborative collection management in the agricultural and environmental sciences
Provides support for global research and government information in assigned subject areas
Provides expert services for faculty, staff, and students in core and emerging areas of scholarship, such as agricultural data analytics, research data management, and open research practice
Serves as liaison with assigned departments, centers, and clusters, including support for extension related activities
Fosters collaboration and interdisciplinary interactions among faculty and research teams
Participates in ongoing collection assessment and collection management activities
Participates in library planning, serves on library-wide committees, task forces, and teams
Expected to be active professionally and to contribute to developments in the field
Other duties as assigned.
ALA-accredited MLS, MIS, or equivalent advanced degree in library or information science
Departmental Required Skills
Understanding of teaching, learning, and research needs in agricultural or environmental sciences, or related discipline
Experience with collection development
Analytical and creative problem-solving abilities
Commitment to fostering a diverse educational and professional environment and demonstration of the ability to work with a diverse population
Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Evidence of potential for ongoing professional development and contribution
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Knowledge of emerging trends in agricultural data analytics, data curation, research impact metrics, or open research practice
Advanced degree in agricultural sciences, environmental sciences, or related discipline
Required License or Certification
Along with your application, please attach your resume, cover letter, and contact information for four professional references.
Job Open Date03/18/2019Anticipated Closing DateIs this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies?NoProposed Hire DateAA/EOE
NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
If you have general questions about the application process, you may contact Human Resources at (919) 515-2135 or email@example.com. Individuals with disabilities requiring disability-related accommodations in the application and interview process, please call 919-515-3148.
Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. If highest degree is from an institution outside of the U.S., final candidates are required to have their degree equivalency verified at www.wes.org or equivalent service. Degree(s) must be obtained prior to start date in order to meet qualifications and receive credit.
NC State University participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
Ecad Drafting Librarian (Early/Mid-Career)
What Your Job Will Be Like
We are seeking a Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technologist to maintain our libraries of electrical components.
On any given day, you may be called on to:
Manage and maintain the ECAD library database.
Verify, validate and troubleshoot the component library parts.
Define and document optimized procedures for use of ECAD library and manage updates.
Assist with user support of the ECAD tools, procedures, workflows, and change process.
Maintenance and management to address component duplication and component obsolescence within the ECAD library.
Maintain positive and cooperative communications and collaboration with all levels of employees, customers, contractors, and vendors.
Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
You may be interviewed and/or hired into one of several organizations at Sandia
Qualifications We Require
Associate's degree in Electronics, Electrical Design or related field and two years of relevant experience; or high school diploma and six years of relevant experience.
Demonstrated experience in library part creation and management.
Experience using computer aided design software for electrical circuits
Familiarity with industry and Mil spec standards.
Qualifications We Desire
Expertise in researching and interpreting vendor datasheets to create symbols and footprints.
Strong desire to be involved in product design and development.
Demonstrated experience using Mentor Graphics Expedition tool suite
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
Understanding of configuration management principles.
Motivated team member who readily accepts and completes tasks in a timely manner.
Demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written.
Proven record of demonstrating initiative and getting results.
Active DOE Q-Level Security Clearance.
About Our Team
Electrical Design Department is responsible for providing knowledgeable and capable resources to develop and create Electrical Computer Aided Design (ECAD) product definition for Nuclear Weapons (NW) and Strategic Partnership Projects (SPP) programs. The department's unique capabilities include design capture and physical layout of Printed Circuit Boards for both the analog and digital regimes, multi-chip modules using Low Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic Technology (LTCC), Flex and Rigid Flex Cables and Printed Circuit Boards; and, interacting with vendors to procure quick turn prototype circuit boards.
Sandia National Laboratories is the nation's premier science and engineering lab for national security and technology innovation, with teams of specialists focused on cutting-edge work in a broad array of areas. Some of the main reasons we love our jobs:
Challenging work with amazing impact that contributes to security, peace, and freedom worldwide
Some of the best tools, equipment, and research facilities in the world
Career advancement and enrichment opportunities
Flexible schedules, generous vacations, strong medical and other benefits, competitive 401k, learning opportunities, relocation assistance and amenities aimed at creating a solid work/life balance*
World-changing technologies. Life-changing careers. Learn more about Sandia at: http://www.sandia.gov
- These benefits vary by job classification.
Position requires a Department of Energy (DOE) granted Q-level security clearance.
Sandia is required by DOE directive to conduct a pre-employment drug testing, and a pre-employment background review that includes personal reference checks, law enforcement record and credit checks, and employment and education verifications. Applicants for employment must be able to obtain and maintain a DOE Q-level security clearance, which requires U.S. citizenship.
Applicants offered employment with Sandia are subject to a federal background investigation to meet the requirements for access to classified information or matter if the duties of the position require a DOE security clearance. Substance abuse or illegal drug use, falsification of information, criminal activity, serious misconduct or other indicators of untrustworthiness can cause a clearance to be denied or terminated by the DOE, rendering the inability to perform the duties assigned and resulting in termination of employment.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
Instructor Or Assistant Professor - Instruction And Reference Librarian
FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
New York City College of Technology (City Tech) of the City University of New York (CUNY) is a comprehensive college of over 17,000 students in downtown Brooklyn, offering associate and baccalaureate degree in technology and health related degree programs, other career-oriented degrees and liberal arts transfer degrees in its Schools of Arts and Sciences, Technology and Design, and Professional Studies. We are the largest public college of technology in New York State and exceptional in that we go beyond traditional class offerings to create a high-tech, hands-on educational experience for our students, to prepare them for a rapidly changing world. For the last five years City Tech has been among the leaders in the diversity of the students it serves among all Comprehensive Colleges/Bachelor's (North) in the annual survey by U.S. News and World Report. Students and faculty are from more than 120 countries and speak more than 85 languages, with many students the first in their families to attend college.
City Tech's Ursula C. Schwerin Library seeks a tenure-track library faculty member at the Instructor or Assistant Professor rank to serve as Instruction and Reference Librarian. The successful candidate will work with colleagues to develop and offer information literacy and library instruction, including collaborative efforts with faculty in all disciplines. The Instruction and Reference Librarian will also offer reference service and be responsible for designated areas of collection development. All members of the library faculty must maintain a record of excellence in librarianship, scholarly achievement, and service. The Ursula C. Schwerin Library is committed to enhancing our diverse academic community by actively encouraging people with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women to apply.
The Library is integral to the educational mission of the college, and fosters connections with and supports students, faculty, and staff in their academic pursuits. Library faculty and staff are committed to student success as we implement and acquire those services and resources that will have the greatest positive impact on the diverse City Tech community. As members of an academic department in the college, library faculty at City Tech and CUNY are represented by the Professional Staff Congress union (http://psc-cuny.org).
The Instruction and Reference Librarian will:
Offer instruction to students and faculty in information literacy, including library services/research resources and discipline-specific presentations for programs, courses, or assignments. Instruction may be in-person or online, and may include collaboration on subject-specific research resources.
Teach the three-credit undergraduate course LIB 1201, Research and Documentation for the Information Age (http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/leonardlib1201sp15/syllabus/) or LIB 2205, Learning Places: Understanding the City (https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/almeidamontgomerylib2205arch2205sp2016/)
Provide comprehensive reference consultation to members of the college community in person and online. Develop and maintain knowledge of resources in general reference areas and degree fields.
Work as subject specialist in assigned areas to evaluate, select, and deselect library materials. Responsibilities include website content creation in areas of specialization and consultation with subject faculty regarding resources and services, including information literacy and instruction.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Master's in Library and Information Science (MLS/MLIS) or closely related discipline from an ALA-accredited institution
A second master's degree OR doctorate is also required for appointment as Assistant Professor; if appointed as Instructor, the candidate will be expected to complete an additional graduate degree within 5 years (CUNY tuition remission is available)
Experience providing instruction or reference within a diverse community
An interest in scholarship or creative achievement appropriate for a tenure-track position
Strong oral and written communication skills, and strong analytical, organizational, and planning skills
Excellent interpersonal and leadership qualities, a commitment to collaboration and mutual respect, and the ability to work efficiently and effectively on shared projects and committees in our multicultural library and college/university community
Experience working in an academic or research library
Background, experience, or degree in STEM fields, especially health sciences or engineering technologies
Knowledge of best practices in educational technologies and instructional design
Familiarity with current trends in scholarly communication, including open access publishing and open educational resources
Familiarity with assessment practices in libraries and higher education
CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.
HOW TO APPLY
Visit www.cuny.edu, access the employment page, log in or create a new user account, and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title. Select "Apply Now" and provide the requested information.
Candidates should provide a cover letter, CV, statement of scholarly interests, and contact information for three references as one document.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, with review of applications to begin February 27, 2019
JOB SEARCH CATEGORY
CUNY Job Posting: Faculty
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
Job Title: Instructor or Assistant Professor - Instruction and Reference Librarian
Job ID: 20121
Location: NYC College of Technology
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