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CLA Minimum Salary Guidelines

Effective January 7, 2016


Professional positions (MLS typically required)

The Connecticut Library Association recommends a minimum salary for entry-level positions requiring an MLS. This salary is $27.00 per hour. This recommendation applies to both full-time and part-time professional positions.

$27.00/hour translates to the following full-time salaries ($27.00 x # hours/week x 52 weeks):

35 hours/week:  $49,140
37.5 hours/week:  $52,650
40 hours/week:  $56,160

Professional level positions
that do not meet this salary or do not provide salary information are posted in a special area at the bottom of this page. For more information, see About this Page, below.


Library Technical Assistant or equivalent positions (MLS typically not required) 

The Connecticut Library Association has established minimum salary recommendations for LTA positions. Due to the wide variety of these positions, CLA has established three levels based on education or experience. For a description of each level, click on the links below. You may also download general information PDF icon about the levels.

LTA 1 PDF icon - $13.75/hour. Full-time salary: 35 hrs/wk: $25,025  37.5 hrs/wk: $26,812  40 hrs/wk: $28,600
LTA 2 PDF icon - $17.60/hour. Full-time salary: 35 hrs/wk: $32,032  37.5 hrs/wk: $34,320  40 hrs/wk: $36,608
LTA 3 PDF icon - $20.30/hour. Full-time salary: 35 hrs/wk: $36,946  37.5 hrs/wk: $39,585  40 hrs/wk: $42,224



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Public Libraries

Professional level positions listed here have salaries that meet or exceed the CLA recommended minimum salary guideline.




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Library Assistant I - The Town of Guilford is currently accepting applications for the position of Library Assistant I. This is a Part-Time (16 hours per week) position. Starting Wage - $11.93 per hour. Any person interested in applying for this position should submit an Employment Application to the Human Resources Office no later than 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Download the job description and application form.





Library Assistant - The Norfolk Library is seeking an energetic, detail-oriented, self-motivated person to join our small library team. Founded in 1888, the historic Norfolk Library is a vibrant community center that offers family and children’s programs, concerts, and lectures, as well as traditional library services. We are looking for someone who enjoys interacting with people and sharing their passion for libraries and community engagement. Excellent customer service, written and interpersonal skills, proficiency with computers, the ability to multi-task, an enthusiasm for learning and a sense of humor are essential. Responsibilities of this position include: circulation services and use of the library’s computerized circulation system to manage library materials and assist patrons; answer patrons’ questions using traditional and digital resources; assist patrons with computers, electronic devices, and library resources; occasional clerical work such as processing books and other library materials and circulation statistics; when required, opening or closing the library; setting up for programs and assisting with publicity as necessary. Starting hours (16-20): three weekday mornings and Sunday afternoons. Additional hours may be available on an as-needed basis. Qualifications: two years of college; ability to communicate effectively and work harmoniously with staff and patrons; ability to follow oral instructions; ability to lift and move furniture/equipment in excess of 25 lbs. Previous public library experience a plus as is familiarity with social media and excel. Please email cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to Applications accepted until position filled. EOE.





Library Specialist (3 positions) - Town of Avon.

  • Specialist #1*: 25 hours/week. Library Specialist in Children’s & Teen Rooms. 1 night, 1 Saturday per month, remaining hours to be determined.
  • Specialist #2*: 10.5 hours/week. Library Specialist in Children’s Room. 2 evenings per week, remaining hours to be determined.
  • Specialist #3*: Sundays. Library Specialist in Children’s & Teen Rooms. (Alternate Sundays, December - April, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

     Position Definition: Performs responsible and varied library services in the Children’s & Teen Services Department, including assisting children and students in the use of library materials, equipment and resources, and conducting programs for pre-school, elementary and middle school students and young adults.
     Essential Job Duties: See job description.
     Minimum Qualifications: The skills and knowledge required would generally be acquired with an Associate’s degree in Library Science, and three years of experience in an educational institution or a public library, or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Prior experience in working in childcare, child development, pre-school or elementary education is desirable.

     Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: See job description.
     Salary Range: $24.2280/hour. Sick leave is provided consistent with State of Connecticut Regulations, but there are no other benefits associated with this position.
     Closing Date: 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 10, 2017.
     Employment Application: (under job opportunities). Send Application To: William F. Vernile, Director of Human Resources, 60 West Main Street, Avon, CT 06001. *Please specify which position you are applying for in the “Position Applied For” box.





Teen Library Assistant (Children’s and Teen Services) - Town of Avon, Avon Free Public Library. 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays. The Avon Public Library is seeking Teen Library Assistants (Children’s and Teen Services). We are looking for applicants who enjoy working with middle school students during the afternoon hours. Potential candidates will be knowledgeable with public libraries, share a love of reading and books, and demonstrate the desire to work in a high-energy, team-oriented environment.
     The salary is $20.4078/hour in accordance with Step 4A of the Town of Avon’s Classification and Pay Plan. Sick leave is provided consistent with State of Connecticut Regulations, but there are no other benefits associated with this position.

     For complete details, please see the full recruitment announcement and job description.
     Please fax, mail, or email your cover letter, resume and Application for Employment ( under job opportunities) by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 10, 2017 to: William F. Vernile, Director of Human Resources, 60 West Main Street, Avon, CT 06001; (860) 409-4366 Fax;





Full-Time Library Director - Warehouse Point Library, East Windsor, Connecticut. The Board of Trustees of the Library Association of Warehouse Point is seeking a highly motivated Library Director for an independent Library located in East Windsor, Connecticut serving a town of approximately 11,000 residents. The Library Director reports directly to the Board of Trustees and will be responsible for developing, administering, supervising and coordinating the work of the Library and staff. In addition, the Library Director will manage the budget, personnel, fund-raising, and the overall operations of the Library. The Library Director will work in partnership with the Board of Trustees to carry out the mission of the Warehouse Point Library.
     Responsibilities (including but not limited to): Providing leadership for the overall effective and efficient operation and growth of the Library. Recommends, plans and directs the goals, objectives and operations of the Library. Performs a variety of public relations functions designed to inform the public of available Library resources and to promote the use of the Library. Establishes and maintains effective relationships with the public, officials, local libraries and organizations. Represents the Library with the Library System Library Connection Inc. Prepares a preliminary annual Library budget for the Board of Trustees for approval; defends approved budget before the Town Board of Selectman and Town Board of Finance. Responsible for Library materials management. Handles personnel tasks such as training, hiring, performance management, employee work assignments and schedules.
     Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited school with at least 3 years or more of progressive library administrative experience with at least 1 year in a supervisory position. Minimum of 2-3 years of experience with budget management. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office software preferred. Demonstrated use of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as a means of communication and promoting the Library. Maintaining the Library Website. Superior oral and written communication skills. Ability to speak effectively before groups. A commitment to excellence in customer service. Must have a valid driver’s license.
     Salary and Benefits: The annual salary range is $52,000 - $57,000 for a 37.5 hour week. Ability to work a flexible schedule as some evenings and Saturdays required. Paid holidays and sick time. Additional benefits negotiable.
     Interested applicants please email a cover letter and resume with the names of three current references to the Search Committee for the Director of the Warehouse Point Library to: Applications must be received by August 15, 2017 for consideration.





Branch Manager - Hartford Public Library seeks creative and flexible individual to manage a branch location. The Branch Manager has overall responsibility and accountability of all functions of a library branch. This includes the management of the public service operations including circulation, adult services, youth services, and security. This position is also accountable for training, scheduling and evaluating staff and assists in short-term and long-term planning in the assigned branch. The Branch Manager works with the development of the branch's collections and programming efforts, and supports in all areas of administration. This position ensures the highest level of service is provided by staff to all customers. Master's in Library Science required. Currently pursuing an MLS or willing to earn within 2 years will be considered. Fluent in both English and Spanish required. View the complete job description and requirements at Required online application: Minimum starting salary $52,650. Open until filled. EEO/Affirmative Action Employer.





Children's Library Assistant - Wilton Library is seeking an energetic, creative individual to assist with collections, perform service desk duties, and create and assist with programs and story times for ages birth–12 years. Excellent computer skills, including Word, Excel, Publisher and social media are required, as well as attention to detail and the ability to work well with other team members in a creative and vibrant environment. Applicants must also demonstrate an interest in reading children’s literature. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Library knowledge and/or experience in working with children ages birth–12 years is required. Demonstrated creative ability. STEM skills are a plus. Schedule: Part-time, hourly position. The schedule is Tuesdays 9:30-5, Wednesdays 1–8, and Thursdays 9:30-5, plus the second Saturday of each month. Candidates must be flexible and able to fill in for other staff as necessary. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Resume, cover letter, and Application for Employment should be emailed to Applications accepted until position filled. Wilton Library Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.





Library Technician I - The Waterford Public Library has an immediate opening for a part-time library technician, 12 hours per week, $17.13/hour. Duties include direct customer service at the circulation desk and a variety of clerical duties in the Technical & Circulation Services Department. Schedule includes morning and/or afternoon hours Monday - Wednesday. Additional hours may be available on an as-needed basis. High school diploma or equivalent and proficiency with computers required. Previous library experience and work with an Integrated Library System a plus. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Roslyn Rubinstein, Library Director, Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT 06385 or by email to Applications accepted until position filled. EOE.





Reference Librarian, Part-Time – The C.H. Booth Library in Newtown is seeking a part-time reference librarian for alternate weekends, Sat 9am-5pm & Sun 11am-5pm (Sunday hours Sept-June). Anticipated start date in early September. Duties include: providing reference service, reader’s advisory and computer assistance; instruction in online databases, ebooks/audiobooks, catalog and internet; troubleshooting of library equipment; and other duties as assigned by the Head of Reference. Strong customer service orientation and MLS, or current enrollment in an MLS program, required; Evergreen ILS experience highly desirable.  Salary: $27.00/hr.  Send resume to:, no later than Friday, July 28. Review of applications will begin immediately.





Division Manager for Information Services - Greenwich (CT) Library. “A great community deserves a great library, but the notion of a great library is rapidly changing in the 21st century.” If this speaks to you as a library professional, consider joining the Greenwich Library - and its highly talented team of professionals - as its next Division Manager for Information Services. As a key contributor of the eight-member Library Leadership Team, this position is responsible for the success of programs and services in the following departments: Children’s Services, Young Adult, Adult Reference (including Business, Music, Health, and Local History), Technology Training, and a start-up Innovation Lab. For 200 years, Greenwich Library has served as the intellectual and cultural hub of its community and is completing its strategic plan, “Connecting Our Community.” Greenwich Library, a Library Journal “Five Star Library”, proudly serves the 62,755 residents of the Town of Greenwich through its Main library (104,000 s/f) and two branch libraries, the Byram Shubert Library and the Cos Cob Library. With a dedicated staff of 91, a collection of nearly 450,000 items and a $9.4 million annual budget from public and private sources, the Library circulates 1.2 million items and hosts 645,000 visitors annually.
     Founded in 1640, Greenwich is the gateway to New England. A town of many neighborhoods, Greenwich is one of the top 100 places to live in the United States (CNN and Money Magazine). Less than an hour from Manhattan and easily accessible on the Metro-North Rail Line, it is known for its excellent public and private schools and health care system. Ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic diversity are noteworthy; 24% of the population speaks a language other than English in their homes. Greenwich’s recreational amenities include several public beaches, a golf course, tennis courts, the Greenwich Symphony, choral society, and an active arts council. Located in Fairfield County, Greenwich successfully combines a cosmopolitan atmosphere with the friendliness of a small New England town. Additional information on the Library and the community can be found at Greenwich Links.
     Responsibilities. The Division Manager for Information Services, will assist with managing the Library program, implementing policy, developing and implementing long term strategy, and launching initiatives to improve library services for the community. Responsibilities include: oversight of library departments (reference services (including business, music, health, and local history), children’s services young adult services, technology training and a fledgling Innovation Lab; managing projects supporting the goals of the strategic plan; managing, mentoring and coaching library professional and support staff (37 direct reports); working closely with community partners collaborating on program and service opportunities; working with subject specialists continuing to enhance collections and resources; and providing oversight and support to five active reference desks. See the Greenwich Library Manager Position Description for additional details.
     Minimum qualifications.  A Master’s degree in Library or Information Science from an ALA accredited college or university is required. Additional requirements include: six years of post-master’s professional experience in library work including three years of library experience managing and supervising librarians and professional library staff; or any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to successfully perform the requirements of the position. Desired knowledge, skills and abilities include, but are not limited to: strong oral and written communication skills; managing multidisciplinary programs consistent with the library’s strategic initiatives; directing and supporting staff to achieve established programs; mentoring, coaching and evaluating staff; benchmarking and evaluating workflow efficiencies; thinking strategically and developing new services and programs to achieve long-term goals; and displaying and modeling tactful, courteous and positive relationships with internal and external constituencies.
     Compensation. The position offers a salary range of $84,768 – 109,377 (placement dependent upon qualifications) and an excellent fringe benefits package.

     For more information, contact Bradbury Miller Associates via email or phone. Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and your resume as Word or pdf attachments to Jobeth Bradbury, This position closes July 21, 2017. Please allow sufficient time to complete the application process through the Town of Greenwich's Employment Site no later than 4pm EST, July 21, 2017, for consideration as a candidate. The Town of Greenwich is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of its workforce.



Academic Libraries

Professional level positions listed here have salaries that meet or exceed the CLA recommended minimum salary guideline.






Copy Cataloging Assistant - Holy Apostles College and Seminary Library is looking to fill a 15-hour/week paid position for a Copy Cataloging Assistant. We are looking for an LTA level I or Library Science MLS student for this staffing position. This position involves copy cataloging and occasional reference and circulation desk activities.

     In addition to having good computer skills and the ability to work in a busy academic environment, the following specific skills are important: Completion of a class in cataloging/classification; Some experience in copy cataloging with RDA and knowledge of cataloging tools including, MARC, LCSH; Some knowledge of OCLC Connexion for cataloging; Knowledge of Auto-Graphics, Inc. web-based VERSO is desirable.
    We are a small, academic Catholic college and seminary located in Cromwell, CT. We provide library services to both on-campus and on-line undergraduate and graduate communities. We have an international student population of religious men, brothers, and sisters as well as lay individuals. Ideal candidates would have excellent interpersonal skills and be enthusiastic, computer savvy, proactive individuals who are eager to experience many facets of library services. Knowledge of Catholic literature and resources is a plus, but not a requirement.
     Interested candidates, please forward a letter of consideration along with a resume, any transcripts to date, and names of three references with contact information to Clare Adamo / Director of Library Services at Position is open until filled.





Business Librarian - University of Connecticut. Job Opening ID: 2017659. Rank: University Librarian I (UCP 5) or University Librarian II (UCP 7). The UConn Library seeks a motivated Business Librarian to develop business research services for the University’s School of Business and expanding Entrepreneurship and Innovation Consortium. Under the general supervision of the Head of Research Services, this new position presents an exciting career opportunity for a self-starter with excellent communication skills, strong initiative, and a high degree of interest in business librarianship. A successful Business Librarian will develop a thorough knowledge of business information resources and scholarly communication processes. They will apply this knowledge in developing outreach and support programs across the UConn campuses that will include informational consultations, educational workshops and seminars, and independent learning objects. This position plays an integral role in research and knowledge creation at the University by collaborating with faculty, staff, and students to enhance learning and research activity and output as well as contributing to collection development decision making and other items that influence the University’s scholarly engine.
     Duties and Responsibilities, Shared Expectations for All Staff, Minimum Qualifications, Preferred Qualifications: See the position announcement.
     This is a full time position with an anticipated start date of November 10, 2017. The University offers a competitive salary, outstanding benefits, including employee and dependent tuition waivers at UConn and a highly desirable work environment. Rank and salary are dependent upon education, qualifications, and experience.
     Applications must be submitted online using UConn Jobs at (please reference Job ID 2017659) and include a cover letter, detailed resume, and contact information for three professional references. Nominations and inquiries should be sent in confidence to To ensure full consideration, applications must be submitted by July 30, 2017. Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check.
     The University of Connecticut is committed to building and supporting a multicultural and diverse community of students, faculty and staff. The diversity of students, faculty and staff continues to increase, as does the number of honors students, valedictorians and salutatorians who consistently make UConn their top choice. More than 100 research centers and institutes serve the University’s teaching, research, diversity, and outreach missions, leading to UConn’s ranking as one of the nation’s top research universities. UConn’s faculty and staff are the critical link to fostering and expanding our vibrant, multicultural and diverse University community. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer, UConn encourages applications from women, veterans, people with disabilities and members of traditionally underrepresented populations.





Branch and Special Projects LibrarianLyme Academy College of Fine Arts of the University of New Haven. 35 hour/week position with benefits; the salary meets the CLA recommended minimum.
     Duties: Under the direction of the University Librarian, following standard library practices and library policy, the Branch and Special Projects Librarian has two major areas of responsibility. This position contributes to an innovative and collaborative approach to user-centered services and collections. The position is responsible for handling assigned projects that will benefit the entire University Library System at the main campus and all other locations in which the University offers instruction. The position is responsible for the diversified library work necessary to ensure the smooth operation of the Branch Library at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, selection of materials, collection development and weeding, development of the information literacy program, the embedded librarian program, course reserves, journal services, and providing assistance to faculty and students utilizing the various resources and technologies in the Library. This librarian works closely with the teaching faculty to develop and integrate library instruction and information literacy to make the relevant links to the curriculum. The Lyme campus and its library are dedicated to programs in the fine arts and will require an innovative approach to maximize the library and its benefit of resources to students and faculty. The librarian collaborates with librarians on the main campus in designing library instruction curriculum to enhance lesson plans, design online learning materials, and analyze and present alternative models of information literacy instructions. The librarian produces a variety of informational and instructional materials, including library guides, web-based tutorials, and posting to the course management system.
     Qualifications: MLS degree from an ALA-accredited school required; demonstrated ability to teach in a library instruction program is essential as is current library reference practice; experience in an academic library is preferred; experience with integrated library systems is required and familiarity with the Voyager system is preferred. A background or degree in the fine arts is preferred. This librarian must be service-oriented and have effective, demonstrated verbal and written communication skills. Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize are necessary. Demonstrated ability to work collegially and professionally with all levels of staff is essential. Strong computer & information management skills are needed. Experience with LibGuides, Microsoft Office applications, instructional design applications, and course management systems, such as Blackboard strongly preferred. The position requires flexibility in scheduling including evening and weekend hours to provide library instruction during scheduled class times or extended library hours, such as exam periods and open houses.
     Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the Branch and Special Projects Librarian is appointed. Applications received by July 17, 2017 will receive priority consideration. Applications should include a cover letter specifying the search number, a resume, and names/phone numbers of 3 professional references. Email to: Include Search 17-02LA in the subject line of the email. The University of New Haven is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


School Libraries and Media Centers





Director of the Andrew Mellon Library - Choate Rosemary Hall seeks a Director for the Andrew Mellon Library. The Director will articulate a clear strategic vision for the Library, and in translating this vision into concrete objectives, assume a leadership role both at the School and in the national conversation about such matters. The successful applicant will be a gifted manager, collaborator, and problem-solver who is well prepared to navigate the changing role of libraries today. In addition to overseeing the daily operation of the Library, the Director identifies and develops the educational program's resource needs and guides teachers and students in how best to take advantage of these resources.
     Job Description: The Director of the Andrew Mellon Library is a 46-week administrative faculty position reporting to the Director of Studies. He or she assumes overall responsibility for the Andrew Mellon Library and the Choate Rosemary Hall Archives, both during the academic year and for Choate Summer Programs.
     1. To fulfill these responsibilities, the Director of the Andrew Mellon Library:
     Promotes the library program within and beyond the school: Establishes, in concert with the Director of Studies, the priorities for library programs and monitors progress towards those goals. Promotes the library as a cultural and intellectual center, including hosting and planning events and exhibits. Actively participates in the life of the School, integrating the Library into the core of the academic program by making connections with faculty and students. Identifies and implements best practices and new technologies in libraries and information technology, seeking opportunities to improve the program and leverage emerging resources and technologies. Works with library faculty to engage students, faculty, and the greater school community and encourage and support their use of the library. Collaborates with Development and Alumni Relations as appropriate to gain external support for the library program. Develops and maintains relationships with library professionals at other secondary and post-secondary institutions and stays abreast of trends and best practices in library management.
     Directs library operations: Manages the budget for all Library programs and stewards endowed library accounts and library-restricted gifts. Establishes procedures for efficient library operations and ensures the appropriate academic atmosphere. Collaborates with the School Archivist to ensure that the archive program is well managed and evolves to meet the needs of the school. Works with Information Technology Services, Facilities Services, and ABM to maintain the library's technology and physical plant.
     Supervises library personnel: Encourages library faculty to be imaginative in their areas of leadership/responsibilities and to seek out professional development opportunities. Works with the library and archive staff to support them in the execution of their specific responsibilities. Maintains job descriptions for each member of the library staff, supervises their work, and evaluates their performance annually.
     Manages the library collection: Actively participates in the acquisition program by reading a wide variety of reviews for print, non-print, and electronic resources. Collaborates with librarians and faculty to make final acquisition decisions regarding print, non-print, and electronic resources, ensuring that the collection supports teaching and learning. Directs and participates in the formal weeding of the collection to ensure that it features the best material available. Curates student and faculty work as appropriate for display and/or retention within the collection.
     Oversees access, instruction, and reference: Collaborates with librarians, ITS, and web manager to ensure that the library website is an effective gateway to all library resources. Works with the library cataloger and database manager to ensure that the library catalog is a stable, consistent, and effective tool for information retrieval. Encourages departments and faculty to collaborate with librarians to ensure that students acquire appropriate information literacy and research skills. Prepares general orientation sessions and demonstrates specific databases to classes as requested. Works with students on a one-on-one basis to teach them how to find appropriate materials and use advanced library databases.
     2. The Director of the Andrew Mellon Library carries residential life and advising responsibilities.
     3. The Director of the Andrew Mellon Library takes on other duties as assigned by the Headmaster, Dean of Faculty, or Director of Studies.

     Qualifications: An MLS or relevant credentials in education, demonstrated leadership in academic library services, and five or more years of experience in library program management are required. The successful candidate will be a patient and focused visionary, able to collaborate with varied constituencies, and bring distinctive personal and professional energy to a community that holds high standards for citizenship and hard work. We are seeking candidates with knowledge or experience of student engagement, pedagogical practices, and assessment of student learning outcomes.
     Choate Rosemary Hall is a coeducational, independent secondary school located in central Connecticut with 850 boarding and day students and over 300 employees. Choate serves intellectually gifted and motivated students of diverse backgrounds from across the globe whose commitment to serious study is enhanced in an academically challenging and personally supportive setting.
     Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Kathy White, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Faculty, at Please include the position you are applying for in subject line. Applications will be considered until the position has been filled.





Instruction and Outreach Librarian - Andrew Mellon Library, Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT. The Instruction and Outreach Librarian is a 42-week faculty position reporting to the Director of the Andrew Mellon Library.
     Andrew Mellon Library Overview: The Andrew Mellon Library at Choate Rosemary Hall is at the heart of teaching and learning. The Library's mission is to enhance the academic environment and support the education of each of our students. With the advent of the digital and technological revolution, the importance of this role is amplified. Library faculty collaborate with teaching faculty to help students learn information and technology literacy skills. Instruction in research strategies, evaluation of sources, and citing resources are offered in a variety of flexible models. Students, faculty, and staff have access to over 190,000 titles including 130,000 eBooks and over 50 scholarly databases. In addition, the library makes available textbooks, laptops, iPads, chargers, headphones, and other technologies to the Choate community and actively works with student groups and faculty to host academic and social programs.
     Position Overview: The Andrew Mellon Library at Choate Rosemary Hall seeks a dynamic educator-librarian to join a blended faculty librarian team. This person will partner with colleagues to design and teach bibliographic instruction classes utilizing innovative learning technologies and pedagogies to support student learning. The successful candidate will have experience with library outreach, library programming, and social media initiatives. The individual will be motivated and team-oriented with broad experience in academic librarianship, information literacy, and pedagogical best practices. We are looking for an individual who is a self-starter and eager to participate in a collegial partnership.
     To fulfill the responsibilities, the Instruction/Outreach Librarian: Serves as a member of the library's research and instruction team. Develops user-centered tools for research and instruction units in collaboration with librarian colleagues. Provides relevant embedded instruction in research and citation skills. Utilizes innovative learning technologies and pedagogies in support of student learning. Assists faculty, staff and student research, providing assistance online and in-person, for both one-on-one research consultations and at service points in the library. Participates in a collegial team environment with other faculty librarians to oversee and manage collections and services. Works with others to select print and electronic sources to support the curriculum. Oversees the social media program of the Andrew Mellon Library. Supports the Library Director to plan and execute library programming and conferences. Monitors the work of the library support staff on projects and during evening shifts. Engages in ongoing professional development. Oversees the library during Summer Programs, coordinating the work of support staff and collaborating with summer faculty to support teaching and learning.
     Requirements: Masters Degree in Library Science from an accredited college or university. 3-5 years library experience in an academic setting or independent school environment. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Willingness to work some evenings and weekends.
     Preferred: Familiarity using emerging technologies for teaching including video production for flipped classroom instruction and using iPad apps as they relate to interactive classrooms. Background in creating instructional tools using LibGuides. Experience with assessment of student learning outcomes.
     The Instruction and Outreach Librarian assists the Director of the Andrew Mellon Library in the implementation of all library policies and takes on other duties as assigned by the Headmaster or Director of the Andrew Mellon Library.
     Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Kathy White, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Faculty, at Please include position applying for in subject line. Applications will be considered until the position has been filled.
     Choate Rosemary Hall is a coeducational, independent secondary school located in central Connecticut with 864 boarding and day students and over 350 employees. Choate serves intellectually gifted and motivated students of diverse backgrounds from across the globe whose commitment to serious study is enhanced in an academically challenging and personally supportive setting.





Librarian/Information Specialist - School Year 2017-2018. The Foote School in New Haven, CT seeks a qualified Librarian/Information Specialist to provide the leadership and expertise necessary to ensure that the library program is aligned with The Foote School’s mission and is an integral component of the instructional goals of the school. This position will be part of a collaborative library team that fosters a love of reading, contributes to an information-literate student body and maintains a dynamic library collection. The successful candidate will be a team player and a nurturing, flexible person who understands the developmental and cognitive needs of children. The ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and peers as well as employ a variety of instructional techniques to engage young learners is essential. We are deeply committed to diversity and an inclusive curriculum and community. We actively encourage applications from candidates with broad and diverse backgrounds and from individuals of all races, nationalities, and beliefs. We seek candidates who have a clear interest in being part of a community that challenges prejudice and is committed to diversity and inclusion.
      Roles and Responsibilities:
      Teacher: As a teacher/librarian, the successful candidate will encourage students to become critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and ethical users of information by guiding students in the development of research skills using print materials, databases and internet resources; specifically in grades 4-9; the assessment of digital resources; reading for understanding, for exposure to diverse viewpoints, a range of genres and for pleasure.
      Instructional Partner: As an instructional partner, the teacher/librarian will collaborate with teachers in Kindergarten through 9th grade. The teacher/librarian will be a partner in the instructional process by collaborating with classroom teachers in the curriculum design process; providing a range of resources for teachers to assist in curriculum development and support ongoing units of study; collaborating with technology department to create curriculum that reflects best practices in information literacy and digital citizenship; attending departmental meetings.
      Information Specialist: As information specialist, the teacher/librarian ensures equitable access and responsible use of information by developing and maintaining a collection of resources appropriate to the curriculum, the learners, and the teaching styles and instructional strategies used within the school community; selecting materials that represent diverse perspectives and needs of students, staff and the Foote School community; understanding copyright, fair use and assisting users with their understanding and observance of the same; organizing the collection for maximum and effective use; working closely with the technology department to ensure technical resources are current and functioning properly. Library resources include 14 desktop computers and 5 laptop computers, 2 printers and a projector used for teaching.
      Additional Responsibilities: As a member of the library staff and the Foote School community, additional responsibilities will include providing supervision in the library during after-school hours; other administrative duties as needed; serving on faculty committees; facilitating personal growth through professional development opportunities.
      Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in Library Science, Information Studies or similar field preferred. Minimum 3+ years teaching experience at the elementary/middle school level required. Knowledge of information literacy skills for children and adolescents ; library organization; print (books, magazines, etc.) and non-print (e-books, audio collections, DVD’s, etc.) collection development for children and adolescents. Please submit the following information to Resume; Cover Letter; Personal Statement; Letter of Recommendation; List of Three References. Thank you for your interest in The Foote School.


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Children's/Young Adult Librarian - Bristol Public Library. Summary: Plans, coordinates, manages and conducts library activities and programs for children and young adults. Assists in finding reading materials and information, and use of library services and facilities. Participates in selection of materials. Provides individual and group instruction including use of reference sources and other resources for research and study projects. Makes frequent contacts with schools, other libraries, social service agencies, civic organizations and Bristol Youth Services Dept. Contributes information and publicizes young adult services through newspapers, posters, Library Website, and other social media platforms. Assists with researching for supplementary funding to enhance library services, including state and federal grants. Prepares statistical reports. Attends staff meetings and participates in regional and statewide library associations.
     Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Library Science from ALA accredited library school with 1 year experience working in a library setting with children and young adults; or Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized college or university with 3 years of experience. Storytelling abilities required. Broad and current knowledge of children's and young adult literature, audio and visual materials and electronic resources. A broad knowledge of the intellectual, emotional, psychological and physical development of children and adolescents is essential. Requires effective written and oral communication skills, ability to work independently, and good reference skills. Computer skills that include intermediate knowledge of Database, Spreadsheet, Word, Design, and Internet software; and Google applications.
     Benefits include Defined Benefit Pension Plan, generous time off & medical/vision/dental/life insurance package. Salary: $19.60/hourly, increase to $21.42/hr.@ 1 year, and to $21.76/hr.@ 2 years. Submit online application: Deadline: Friday, July 28, 2017. Equal Opportunity Employer.




Teen Librarian/Reference Librarian - Southbury Public Library. Full-time 35 hours per week, Monday thru Thursday and Sunday. Works in Teen Department and Adult Reference Department. Responsible for reference services and readers’ advisory services for youth from middle school to college age. Plans and coordinates programs for teens. Develops and selects materials for the Teen collection. Coordinates with Region 15 Media Specialists and teachers and with youth-related groups about youth needs and services. Works at the Adult Reference Desk during the week as required. Responsible for supervising all activities and staff in the library on Sundays as directed by the Head Librarian.

     Knowledge of Teen materials. Ability to work well with Teens. Working knowledge of reference materials non-print or print. Ability to operate computer and various software programs and operate standard office equipment and audio-visual equipment. Considerable knowledge of library principals, methods, materials and administrative practices. 
    Required qualifications – A Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university plus one year of related experience. A combination of above experience and education may be acceptable.
    Applications and job descriptions may be obtained by contacting the First Selectman’s Office, 501 Main Street South, Southbury, CT 06488. (203) 262.0647. Salary starts at $34,192 DOE. ADA/EOE. Applications must be received by July 24, 2017





Children’s Librarian - The Henry Carter Hull Library of Clinton, CT is looking for a creative, dynamic, and innovative individual to be a full-time children’s librarian at its award-winning library. Candidate should have a comprehensive background in child development and children’s literature, a strong commitment to children’s services, excellent communication skills, and an exceptional attention to detail. Duties include daily programs for children ranging in ages from infancy-12 years, collection development and maintenance of the children’s materials, outreach to local schools and organizations, and supervising a dedicated children’s room staff. Qualifications: A Master's Degree in Library Science from an accredited college or university plus three years’ experience in children’s library service, including one year as a supervisor. To apply, submit a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references with contact information to Maribeth Breen at by July 21, 2017.





Children's Programmer - The Harwinton Public Library is seeking a creative and enthusiastic individual who loves working with children to be our Children’s Programmer. Harwinton is a rural town of approximately 5,600 and part of the Region 10 public school system. The Harwinton Public Library is centrally located in the town’s Municipal Complex in close proximity to Town Hall, the Harwinton Consolidated Elementary School, town playing fields and Conservation Area. The Children’s Programmer plans and oversees children’s programs and manages the children’s collection. Duties include planning and presenting several weekly Story Time programs, selecting and ordering materials for the children’s collection, acting as a liaison to the Region 10 school system, and conducting community outreach. The Children’s Programmer manages the library in the absence of the Library Director. The position is for 28.75 hours per week, Tuesday through Friday, and includes one evening and alternate Saturdays. This is an hourly position, eligible for paid vacation, holidays, personal and sick time. Salary begins at $20.63/hour. The Children’s Programmer is part of the local Union. Full job description available on our website Please submit a letter of interest, resume and 3 references either in person, electronically to or by mail to: Harwinton Public Library, ATTN: Search Committee, 80 Bentley Drive, Harwinton CT 06791. The Town of Harwinton is an equal opportunity employer.


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