The Dalton School, a New York City Independent K-12 school, is seeking an enthusiastic library media specialist for its K-3 division. The successful candidate has a masters degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited program. He or she is a lover of children’s literature and working with young students, familiar with integrating library skills into the curriculum and developing creative lessons, comfortable and innovative with technology, supportive of colleagues and implementing the Dalton Plan. This position reports to the Director of Libraries and Information Services and the First Program Director.
Period: Probationary position - 10th month full time
Position Reports To: Director of Library and Information Services
Location: The Dalton School 108 Est 89th Street New York, NY 10023
Starts On: Sept. 1, 2014, 8 a.m.
District: Lansing Central School District
Start Date: January 5, 2014
Location: Lansing High School
Deadline: December 5, 2013
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The St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES is seeking a School Library System Director/ Learning Resources Supervisor. This position requires three years experience as a school librarian, New York State certification as an administrator (SAS or SBL), working knowledge of school library and media library operations, including library automation, and the ability to manage multiple budgets.
Forward a letter of intent, copy of certifications, transcripts, resume, and completed SLL BOCES application to LeeAnn Morgan, 40 West Main St., Canton, NY 13617.
For an application and detailed information, please visit www.sllboces.org/employment or call 315-386-4504 ext. 10167.
All paperwork must be received by close of business on October 25, 2013.
Poughkeepsie Day School, an independent preparatory school for grades pre-k through 12, seeks a part-time Library/Media Information Specialist to manage the library commons, including circulation, the print collection, information databases and makerspace.
The position involves working with students and faculty, grades k-12, in an active, collaborative media and technologically rich environment.
• Managing the school’s library commons and supporting the library extension makerspace, including circulation, the print collection, databases and makerspace equipment
• Collaborating with teachers to support curriculum development and integrating information literacy and technology skills
• Helping students and their teachers with information navigation and evaluation of information sources
• Promoting reading, writing, literacy and independent learning.
Degree in library media science preferred. Ability to troubleshoot and configure hardware and software helpful.
Please send résumé and cover letter to email@example.com.
Job Title: Library Media Specialist K-12
Location: Stockbridge Valley Central School District
Effective September 1, 2013
Regular Probationary Appointment - Full Time
Applications due April 24, 2013 Read more »
Library Media Specialist
2-year grant funded position
Proficient in technology
Submit letter of interest, resume, credentials & application to:
McGraw Central School District
PO Box 556
McGraw, NY 13101
The Astor Home for Children seeks a creative, innovative, flexible, and
highly customer service-oriented librarian for a full-time position to
start immediately. The Astor Library is a member of SENYLRC and has OPACs
for the professional and children’s libraries. Responsibilities include
managing all aspects of a special library and a children’s library, which
includes providing high quality information services to the teachers,
clinicians and staff plus library services to a special education student
Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS or MSIS required; Public Library or School
Media Specialist Certification; two years of previous library experience;
demonstrated ability to assume responsibility and work independently;
knowledge of and experience in various aspects of library management.
For additional information contact:
The Astor Home For Children
6339 Mill Street
Rhinebeck, New York 12572