My ideal job...and I can't even take it!
The posting: 6/22/07 ___, MA, Youth Services Supervisor, ___Library AssociationQUAL: MLS from ALA accredited institution required, with experience in children's library service preferred. Must be creative, energetic yet organized; able to build upon a high level of service in an expanded & renovated facility. Extensive knowledge of children's literature balanced with strong computer & web skills. Heavy emphasis on programming for wide age range demands imagination, stamina & energy. Must be flexible and problem solver; able to work well with all ages.
Physical Requirements: Bending, stooping, reaching, standing & walking. Lifting objects up to 25 lbs.DUTIES: The ___Library Association is a non-profit organization that acts as the public library for the town of ___, as well as serving people from a tri-state area. Last year nearly 50,000 people walked through our doors. ___ is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and is surrounded by many other cultural organizations. In 2006, the ___Library ranked 1st on a per capita basis among Massachusetts libraries for children's programs & attendance. We need a dynamic person for a high energy, full-time, professional position. Supervises part-time staff. Selects and maintains extensive collection of pre-school, school age and YA materials in all media; plans, publicizes and performs children's programming. Provides youth reader's advisory and reference services; initiates and maintains active and extensive involvement with the community and local schools.
SALARY: DOQ TO APPLY: If you want to build an exciting future in an appreciative community, send resume to: ___ Library, 18 Main Street, ___USA DEADLINE: July 6, 2007
I changed the name of the Library with ___'s incase any of you out there want to try and apply...foiled! I am hoping that they hire someone that they hate and repost this job in late Novemeber. Keep your fingers crossed...sigh...