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CLA Minimum Salary Guidelines

Professional positions (MLS typically required)

The Connecticut Library Association recommends a minimum salary for entry-level professional positions that typically require an MLS or equivalent. 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

  

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

 

 12.20.2018 

Librarian I, Part-time - Town of Glastonbury

The Town of Glastonbury is accepting applications for the following: Librarian I, Part-time. Hours: 19.5 per week. Starting Salary: $27.24 per hour. Closing date: January 4, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
     Under general supervision of the Librarian III, incumbent provides services to all ages and supports the mission of educating and culturally enriching the community. Some of the duties of this position include responding to inquiries from the public, working cooperatively to offer special library services for the community, maintaining library collection materials, and supervising pages and clerical staff as assigned. Providing instruction to other staff and the public in using online functions and digital technologies is also an essential responsibility.
     The minimum qualifications for this position are a Master’s degree in Library Science (MLS) or Library and Information Science (MLIS) from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited college or university, or MLS/MLIS in progress with Reference coursework completed. A valid driver’s license is also required.
     A detailed job description follows and an employment application may be obtained by visiting the Town’s website at www.glastonbury-ct.gov/employment, in person at the Customer Service Center or Human Resources Department, or by calling (860) 652-7710. Please send completed applications to the Customer Service Center at Town Hall, 2155 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT, 06033, email to customerservicecenter@glastonbury-ct.gov, or fax to (860) 652-7505.
     The Town of Glastonbury is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Discrimination is prohibited against applicants on the basis of age, race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, status as a veteran, present or past history of mental disorder, or intellectual, learning, or physical disability.

 

 12.17.2018 

Children's/Young Adult Services Librarian - Windsor Locks Public Library

Windsor Locks Public Library seeks a dynamic Children's/Young Adult Services Librarian. This full time (35.0 hour) position requires an individual with enthusiasm and creativity who can demonstrate the ability to sustain current programs, including community outreach and the development and implementation of a variety of services to children and young adults. MLS with supervisory experience preferred, but degree candidates with a focus on youth services and other applicants experienced in children's librarianship will also be considered. Work schedule will include a minimum of two weekday evenings and Saturdays in rotation. Candidate must possess excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. This position requires that the candidate have the ability to develop and conduct a variety of programs including weekly story hours, crafts and other literacy programs on a year-round basis. This position is responsible for preparation of marketing materials to publicize programs, user guides of current trends, and collection development of early literacy through young adult materials. Must possess knowledge of acquisition, organization, maintenance, preservation, and withdrawal of materials and have the skills to implement a collection development plan to fit within the scope of the budget while maintaining awareness of trends in youth services; Responsible for reference and reader’s advisory guidance to children, parents, and teachers, creating displays to enhance the library experience and to provide use of library resources, short and long range planning for children services and programs. Performs duties in other library departments and participates in library special group projects as needed, and assists and instructs patrons in using library services, equipment and facilities. Please send electronic resume and three references to childrenslibwlocks28@yahoo.com. M/F/D/V EEO Employer.

   

 12.13.2018 

Library Director – Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library, Dudley, MA
The Board of Trustees of the Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library in Dudley, Massachusetts, seeks a dynamic individual with strong leadership and interpersonal skills for the position of Library Director. Working under the direction of the Board, and under the general supervision of the Town Administrator, the Library Director will be responsible for the overall management and oversight of the Library and will work to strengthen and expand the Library’s position within the community.
     Our ideal candidate is an effective spokesperson for the library who will focus on creating a patron-centered environment that is inclusive for all, is knowledgeable of collections and resources, trains and supports staff in current and emerging library technology, and creatively plans and implements library programs. Our candidate demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills, and will represent the Library at meetings with Town government and community organizations.
     The Library Director is responsible for overseeing all facets of library operations. These include staff selection and supervision, collection management, event programming, facility management, library financial and budget management, long-range/strategic planning, public and private grant application, and oversight and upgrade of library technology (software and hardware).
     The Director will draft and recommend policy to the Board, advise the Board on library matters and provide expertise and guidance on pertinent local/state/federal legislation. The Director is committed to providing quality library service to the community based on its needs and within the limits of its available resources.
     Qualifications: MLS degree from an ALA accredited program and MBLC certification. Requires a minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible professional public library experience, including at least 3 years in a supervisory capacity. Must have a high degree of motivation, initiative and resourcefulness and the ability to exercise independent judgment in problem solving and decision-making.
     Salary Range: Salary is commensurate with experience and meets CLA (MLS) salary guidelines.
     To Apply: Email cover letter, resume and three professional references to: personnel@dudleyma.gov. Priority will be given to qualified candidates who apply by January 15, 2019. Position open until filled. The Town of Dudley is an EOE.


 12.6.2018 

Part-Time Children’s Assistant - Cromwell Belden Public Library

The Cromwell Belden Public Library is seeking a part-time children’s assistant to work with the Children’s Librarian to provide programming and circulation for our youth services department.  The ideal candidate will have experience working with children, knowledge of technology in libraries, and a passion for library service to children and families. Knowledge of the Sierra ILS is a plus. Enthusiasm and a willingness to work as a part of a team are required. Position is 19.5 hours a week, including some evenings and weekends. Starting pay is $14.39/hour. Deadline to Apply – December 28, 2018. Applications may be found on www.cromwellct.com and can be emailed to  mbironi@cromwellct.com or mailed to: Town of Cromwell, Human Resources Dept., 41 West Street, Cromwell, CT 06416.

 

 12.5.2018 

Part Time Circulation Assistant - Stratford Library Association

Are you excited about providing library services in a diverse community? The Stratford Library Association will give you the opportunity to work in a team environment serving a variety of cultures and age groups. We have an opening for a part time Circulation Assistant. This position encompasses basic circulation services, registering patrons, checking materials in and out, collecting and recording fines and fees, display and shelf maintenance in the lobby, performing basic “help desk” functions for the library including directional and circulation inquiries as well as assisting patrons with WiFi and downloadable collections, and answering telephone queries. Strong communication skills, proficiency with computer applications, and a commitment to public service required. High School or Equivalency Diploma and one year of work experience in a library Circulation Department capacity required. Spanish/English bilingual highly desirable. 12 hours per week, Monday mornings, Wednesday & Thursday evenings, occasional Fridays or Saturdays. Salary range of $15.27-$20.90 per/hour. Send your resume and contact information for three references to Geri Diorio, Assistant Director, Stratford Library Association, 2203 Main Street, Stratford, CT 06615 or e-mail GDiorio@stratfordlibrary.org. Application deadline: 1/4/19. EOE

 

 12.5.2018 

STEAM Corner Coordinator - Ridgefield Library

The Ridgefield Library seeks a coordinator for our STEAM Corner, the Library’s makerspace area. This is a part-time position, scheduled up to 19 hours per week with some weekends and evenings. Compensation is $15/hour. Full job description at http://www.ridgefieldlibrary.org/about/employment_opp.shtml. Please send cover letter and resume to MLVuill@RidgefieldLibrary.org by 5pm on Friday, December 21st.

 

 11.29.2018 

Programming Assistant/Young Adult Services Assistant - Otis Library, Norwich
Otis Library is seeking an energetic and creative person with programming experience to work with teens in the young adult department. This person will create and participate in programs for teens in the Norwich community. The successful candidate will be tech savvy, reliable, flexible, and able to work with all personality types. Familiarity with young adult literature is beneficial. The position is 19 hours per week, $17/hour, and requires some evenings and regular Saturday rotations at a service desk. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and references to Cathleen Special, Assistant Director, Otis Library, 261 Main Street, Norwich, CT 06360 or cspecial@otislibrarynorwich.org by December 21, 2018.

 

 11.29.2018 
Homebound Services Coordinator - Otis Library, Norwich
Otis Library is seeking someone energetic, warm and with strong interpersonal skills to manage our homebound delivery service. The right person will be kind, patient, well-organized, punctual, and possess excellent readers’ advisory skills. A valid driver’s license, the ability to drive in sometimes adverse weather conditions year round, and the ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds is required. Familiarity with the Norwich area is beneficial. The position is 19 hours per week, $17/hour, and includes Saturday rotations at a service desk. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and references to Cathleen Special, Assistant Director, Otis Library, 261 Main Street, Norwich, CT 06360 or cspecial@otislibrarynorwich.org by December 21, 2018.

 

 11.26.2018 

Librarian I, Children's - New Britain Public Library

Librarian I - Children’s entry-level position, 37.5 hours per week. Responsibility for both in-library and outreach programs and providing reference and reader’s advisory services. A Masters in Library Science Degree from an ALA accredited Library Science program. Ability to use professional judgment in the application of library rules and procedures. Computer literacy required. Salary $50,896.71 with benefits. Full posting and job description at www.nbpl.info. Send resume, letter, and three references to Pat Rutkowski, Library Director, New Britain Public Library, 20 High Street, New Britain, CT 06051 or email to prutkowski@nbpl.info by December 21, 2018.

 

 11.26.2018 

Substitutes - Southington Public Library

The Southington Public Library is seeking substitutes for the Circulation, Reference, and Children’s Desks. Details can be found here. Position remains open until filled.

 

 


Academic Libraries

 

 12.12.2018 

Reference Librarian, Part-Time - Sacred Heart University
About Sacred Heart University: Sacred Heart University, the second-largest independent Catholic university in New England, offers more than 80 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and certificate programs on its main campus in Fairfield, Conn., located less than 60 miles from Manhattan and approximately 150 miles from Boston. With its five miles of shoreline, marinas, parks, open space and plenty of shopping and fine dining, Fairfield is consistently recognized as a top community in the Northeast in which to live. In 2018 the town earned an A+ in a 'report card' by Niche on "Best Places to Live" in Connecticut. Sacred Heart also has satellites in Connecticut, Luxembourg and Ireland. It comprises more than 300 acres of land, including an 18-hole golf course and the former global headquarters of General Electric. Rooted in the 2000-year-old Catholic intellectual tradition and the liberal arts, Sacred Heart embraces a vision for social justice and educates students in mind, body and spirit to prepare them personally and professionally to make a difference in the global community. More than 8,500 students attend the University's six colleges: Arts & Sciences; Health Professions; Nursing; the Jack Welch College of Business; the Isabelle Farrington College of Education; and St. Vincent's College. Consistently recognized for excellence, The Princeton Review includes SHU in its guides, Best 382 Colleges-2018 Edition, "Best in the Northeast" and Best 267 Business Schools-2018 Edition. It also placed SHU on its lists for "Best College Theater" and "Most Engaged in Community Service," each of which comprises only 20 U.S. schools. U.S.News & World Report ranks SHU in its Best Colleges 2018 guidebook and calls SHU the fourth "Most Innovative School" in the North. The Chronicle of Higher Education also names SHU one of the fastest-growing Roman Catholic universities in its 2016 almanac. Sacred Heart has a Division I athletics program. www.sacredheart.edu
     Job Description: The successful candidate will provide reference service to students, faculty, staff, and members of the community using tangible and digital resources and services on-site at the Ryan Matura Library, and to remote users through chat, e-mail, and other communications media.
     Responsibilities Include: Provides reference service to students, faculty, staff, and the general public individually or in groups tangible and digital resources and services. Assists library patrons to use library resources in all tangible and digital formats. Instructs student users regarding tangible and digital library resources. Participates with the Director of Instructional Services and other professional staff in the discussion and formulation of library policies and procedures, and with the resolution of problems. Performs other duties as directed including assisting the Resource Development and Assessment Librarian; preparing orders for binding tangible resources; preparation or review of archival materials; managing the public use of archival materials; guiding users to relevant resources.
     Requirements: Master's degree in library science from an American Library Association accredited institution; Ability to work with a variety of information resources, especially those online; Excellent abilities with teaching individuals on an as-needed basis; Excellent interpersonal skills.
     Additional Information: Heavy use of digital and tangible resources, web applications, and interaction with library users and staff. Schedule includes weekend and evening duties.
     Application Instructions: To apply, please follow this link. Please apply online; faxes and emails will not be accepted. A cover letter is appreciated.
     Sacred Heart University, rooted in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the Liberal Arts, embraces a vision for social justice, educates students in mind, body, and spirit to prepare them personally and professionally to make a difference in the global community. Sacred Heart University aspires to achieve prominence through innovative teaching and learning while cultivating a campus community that is recognized as caring and creative.
     As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Sacred Heart University encourages qualified members of underrepresented groups to apply.

 12.10.2018 

Part-Time Circulation Supervisor – Fairfield University

DiMenna-Nyselius Library at Fairfield University seeks energetic, self-motivated individuals with a strong public services commitment for the following shifts: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 2pm. Flexibility is desirable for working as a substitute for evening/weekend circulation staff. Schedule varies during holidays, summer and intersessions.
     Duties and Responsibilities: This position is responsible for Circulation operations. Duties include: assisting patrons; serving on the circulation desk loaning out and receiving materials; training and supervising student assistants, providing assistance in the use of library materials and equipment; overseeing building maintenance including the library stacks.
     Requirements: Attention to detail; excellent communication skills; enthusiastic and courteous public service manner; enjoys being a team player.
     Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent required. Associate’s degree or LTA certification preferred. 1-year previous library experience
     To apply: Submit letter of application, resume, and telephone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references to Jill Massari at jmassari@fairfield.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position(s) are filled.

 

 11.19.2018 

Librarian - Naugatuck Valley Community College
Anticipated position opening: Librarian (Community College Professional 18), Naugatuck Valley Community College. 12 Month Tenure Track position. Anticipated Starting Date: Spring 2019. Location: Danbury Campus, 190 Main Street, Danbury, CT.
     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Masters degree in Library Science together with at least one year of experience as a Librarian. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Applicants who do not meet the minimum qualifications as stated are encouraged to put in writing precisely how their background and experience have prepared them for the responsibilities of this position. They must also provide appropriate references. Exceptions to the degree requirements may be made for compelling reasons.
     RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Director of Library Services, with daily reporting to the Dean of NVCC’s Danbury campus, the Librarian is accountable for providing support to the learning mission of the College through effective performances in the following essential result areas, as assigned: Public and Reference Services; Technical Services, Instruction; Circulation Management; and Staff Supervision. Responsibilities will include staffing the Reference desk, teaching library instruction classes, cataloging and acquisition of materials, and providing computer-based technical support for the library on NVCC’s Danbury campus.
     MINIMUM SALARY: $63,093, approximate annual, subject to collective bargaining increase, plus excellent medical insurance, retirement and related fringe benefits.
     TO APPLY (Submit the following to the address below. Emailed or faxed application packages will NOT be accepted): Letter of Intent; Resume; Typed Employment Application (ONLY Revision dated 10/3/2018 will be accepted); Official transcripts from each Degree-Granting Institution; Name, address and phone number of three references.
     ADDRESS: Librarian Search Committee, Naugatuck Valley Community College, 190 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810
     APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 19, 2018
     All employment, if offered, is contingent upon proof of citizenship or employability under the requirement of the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). Naugatuck Valley Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F. Protected group members are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

 11.15.2018 

College Archivist and Manuscript Librarian - Trinity College

Full time, 40 hours per week. Position Summary: The Watkinson Library, special collections and archives of Trinity College (Hartford, CT) seeks an innovative, forward-thinking archivist to provide leadership, vision and creativity in collecting, processing, preserving and providing access to archival and manuscript collections. The College Archivist and Manuscript Librarian reports to the Director of Special Collections and Archives and is responsible for the acquisition, appraisal, accessioning, processing, arrangement and description of archives and manuscripts in analog and digital formats. Trinity College is celebrating its bicentennial in 2023 and the College Archivist will play an important role in preparing for this celebration.
     The Watkinson Library serves as a public research library, the rare book and special collections of the Trinity College Library, and the repository of the College archives. The Watkinson contains over 175,000 printed volumes ranging in date from the thirteenth century to the present; 4,000 linear feet of manuscript and archival material; 25,000 pieces of sheet music (1720-1950); over 5,000 sound recordings; and thousands of pieces of ephemera (postcards, greeting cards, trade cards, ballad sheets, prints, maps, playbills, posters, and broadsides).
     Our vision is to create a welcoming space for the community to encounter and interact with the cultural materials we hold, and to facilitate creative and intellectual production based on or inspired by our collections.
     Responsibilities include: Arranging and describing collections, including the preparation and encoding of DACS-compliant finding aids and other descriptive access tools. Establishing and implementing workflows for born-digital content. Digital processing and preservation. Overseeing oral history projects and providing support to community-based oral history projects. Preserving and providing appropriate access to oral history collections. Providing reference services and participating in instruction and outreach activities, such as promoting and providing access to collections through exhibitions, lectures, publications, class sessions and digital projects. Prioritizing and assisting in preparation of materials to be digitized. May also train and supervise interns and student employees.
     Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in archives administration, library/information science, history, or other relevant field from an accredited program. Experience processing archival/manuscript collections. Knowledge of digital formats and standards and of issues related to born-digital content. Knowledge of proper handling and basic preservation concepts for primary source materials both analog and digital. Experience applying descriptive and other metadata standards including DACS and EAD as well as MODS and DublinCore. Ability to work closely with collection donors from a variety of backgrounds. Strong commitment to public service and proven ability to work effectively with a diverse population of faculty, staff, student, and community members. Ability to work collaboratively in establishing priorities, coordinating complex projects, and meeting goals. Ability and interest in promoting and facilitating use of archival collections.
     Desirable Qualifications: Experience with ArchivesSpace. Experience with long term digital preservation. Experience creating, transcribing, and/or cataloging oral histories. Experience working with electronic content and a range of AV materials. Experience with Post-Custodial Archiving. Experience designing and installing exhibits, both physical and digital. Familiarity with AACR2, LCSH, and MARC-XML. Comfort with and interest in learning new technologies. Fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, French and/or German.
     Special Instructions to Applicants: Ability to lift cartons weighing up to 40 lbs, to move heavily-laden library carts.
     Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

     For more information and to apply, visit https://trincoll.peopleadmin.com/postings/1804. Review of applications will begin around January 1, 2019. Open until filled.

 

 

 


School Libraries & Media Centers

  There are no open positions in this category at this time. Please check back soon.

  

 



Corporate / Special Libraries & Non-Library Organizations

 

 12.10.2018 

Library Technician - Connecticut State Library, Hartford

     INTRODUCTION: The State of Connecticut, Connecticut State Library is recruiting for a Library Technician located at 231 Capitol Avenue, Hartford and is a Monday-Friday, 40 hour/week position. The Library Technician will provide current year legislative reference assistance to the Law Librarians while also processing a high volume of primary, CT legal resources for public access and preservation. You will assist in the indexing and servicing of upwards of 30,000 - 40,000 pages of hearing and transcript documents that result from the Connecticut General Assembly House & Senate Proceedings and compile Public Hearings to create the archival record for legislative intent and judicial interpretation. In addition, you may be responsible for: compiling an archival record of daily legislative actions on every bill introduced in the Connecticut General Assembly; during legislative session, conduct daily searches for bills matching internal State Library staffs' selected subjects, enter bills into CGALites bill tracking software and deliver resulting reports along with bill copies; respond to requests for bill status, subject searches, and current-session legislative histories from government and public clients; process current legislative documents received from the General Assembly; prepare transcripts and hearings for microfiching and binding; scan and upload historic bill files to the Connecticut Digital Archive for preservation and remote public access; perform other duties as assigned.
     EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Performs most complex supportive duties in a library function; responsible for a library function such as the daily operations of a reserve room or curriculum room, cataloging or indexing of materials that are unique bibliographically and require research and judgment such as town government documents, public hearing or legislative session transcripts or archiving functions such as processing archival materials, preparing historical or biographical descriptions, digitizing and cataloging materials; assists patrons and provides public information; compiles reports and statistics; may be responsible for operations of the library during night or weekend hours; performs related duties as required.
     KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY: Knowledge of library science techniques and practices; knowledge of library classification systems; knowledge of automated library systems; interpersonal skills; oral and written communication skills.
     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Four (4) years of supportive experience in library work including acquisition, cataloging, circulation, interlibrary loans and reference.
     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - SPECIAL EXPERIENCE: Two (2) years of the General Experience must have been performing supportive services at the level of Library Technical Assistant.
     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED: College training in library science may be substituted for the General Experience on the basis of fifteen (15) semester hours equalling one-half (1/2) year of experience to a maximum of four (4) years for a Bachelor's degree.
     PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of Connecticut's legislative process. Experience working with the public in a research or law library setting. Attention to detail working on multi-step projects. Familiarity with Microsoft Office particularly Microsoft Access as well as Adobe Acrobat, & office equipment including scanners & high speed printers. A Bachelors degree.

     SALARY: $58,640 - $74,289/year

     TO APPLY: Apply online. Close date: 12/21/2018 11:59:00 PM. The State of Connecticut is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly encourages the applications of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.

 

 12.3.2018 

Electronic Records Analyst (Librarian 2) - Connecticut State Library, Hartford
The Office of the Public Records Administrator, Connecticut State Library, is recruiting for a full-time Electronic Records Analyst (Librarian 2).
     The position will be responsible for performing complex professional records management duties in the following areas: develop or update state/municipal records retention schedules; write policies, procedures, guidelines and regulations to support the effective management of records in all formats, including electronic records (structured and unstructured), email and social media; help to implement the statewide enterprise content management system and services in coordination with the information technology bureau and state agencies; develop and present online and onsite training to state/municipal staff; assist state/municipal staff with records management issues; conduct agency site visits and facility inspections; and perform related duties as required.
     The preferred candidate will have considerable experience providing electronic records management services within a government or other organization; knowledge of principles, standards, guidelines and best practices of records management, including electronic records management; knowledge of records management including electronic records (structured & unstructured), email and social media, implementation of enterprise content management systems and services, and development of records retention schedules; experience developing and providing online and onsite records management training; a Certified Records Manager (CRM) designation.
     A Master's degree in Library Science or Information Science from a library school accredited by the American Library Association AND one year of post graduate degree experience in a relevant area of professional records management or library work is required. The State Librarian may determine other advanced educational degrees equivalent to the MLS degree based on staffing needs.
     For the full job announcement including closing date, salary, and application instructions, go to: https://www.jobapscloud.com/CT/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=181113&R2=5395AR&R3=001
     Please note that the duties included in the Introduction and the Preferred Qualifications sections are specific to this position, which is a Records Management position within the Office of the Public Records Administrator. Other sections of the job posting are included as the baseline for all Librarian 2 Job Class positions.
     Candidates should submit a Resume and Cover Letter using the Resume Tab section of the online application. This documentation will be required prior to the interview selection process.

  

 



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