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Subject: Assistant Director, Meridian Library

Job Title: Assistant Director
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Organization: Meridian Library District
City & State: Meridian, ID

Brief description of position:

-Plans and oversees all public service elements and day-to day operations for the district
-Acts in place of the Library Director in the Director’s absence
-Contributes to the administration of services by assisting with coordinating, overseeing, planning and evaluating major library services, public-facing departments, administrative functions, and library policies
-Directly supervises Managers of MLD’s public-facing department
-Is an effective and active advocate for the library in the media and community
-Oversees and assists with budgets and expenditures, performing planning and evaluation, and conducting studies and reports

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Salt Lake Community College is hiring a P/T Reference Specialist.
Great opportunity for those working on their MLS or have their MLS and are looking for academic library experience. Work is Tuesday through Saturday. We are looking to fill the position ASAP, so apply soon. To apply please visit:

Subject: Paid Intern: Patriarchal Blessing Fulfillment (Church History Library)

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Paid Intern: Patriarchal Blessing Fulfillment (Church History Library)

ID 239590, Type: Temporary Part-Time
Posting Dates: 07/22/2019 – 08/02/2019


Assist the Library Division of the Church History Department in processing and fulfilling patriarchal blessing requests. This is an exciting and unique opportunity for someone interested in pursuing a career in family history or library science.

This is a paid internship, which is anticipated to last one year (12 months). This is a part-time (approximately 28 hours per week) hourly, nonexempt position. The candidate must be currently enrolled in, or recently graduated from (within the last 12 months), an undergraduate or graduate-degree program.


The Patriarchal Blessing Fulfillment Intern will learn and be exposed to:

Business operations of a library institution
Engaging a mixed workforce of paid employees and volunteer staff
The Intern will be responsible to fulfill the following tasks:

Finding and linking digitized patriarchal blessings
Troubleshooting and performing additional research for complex requests
Contacting and interacting with requestors when additional information is needed
Daily interaction with employees, volunteers, and patrons via telephone, email and in person
The position deals with information of a confidential nature and requires sensitivity to privacy of individuals.

Incumbent will work under the direction of a staff team leader and a missionary team leader who will provide training and daily guidance.


Current pursuit or completion of bachelor’s degree in family history preferred, or other related field; Master’s degree in library science a plus
General understanding of Church history preferred
Strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Researching, reading handwritten documents
Good problem-solving skills and ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to work in a team, as well as independently
Incumbent must be available to work 28 hours per week, during regular working hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.


Must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy.

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Librarian Supervisor

Department: Library – St. George
Employment Type: FT w/benefits
Pay Rate: $17.79/hr — 18.77/hr
Closing Date: June 23, 2019

Under the direct supervision of a Branch Manager, performs assigned supervisory duties in managing the daily operations of a branch library, and coordinates workflow management functions.

Supervises assigned library staff; directs workflow, schedules staff; monitors completion of tasks; in consultation with the Branch Manager, suggests modifications in routines and procedures to improve efficiency; provides staff training as requested by the Branch Manager to ensure staff knowledge of procedure and policies; assists with opening and closing building and assures general building security.

Oversees activities at the reference desk, children’s desk, and the computer lab; assists Branch Manager with supervision and administrative duties in the library; may act as Branch Manager in his or her absence; assists at circulation desk; provides good patron service and trains subordinate staff in the same; assists staff in resolving difficult situations with patrons.

Oversees daily scheduling of meeting rooms; resolves scheduling conflicts/problems; manages public Internet access as needed; provides or assigns staff to give library tours to patrons as needed.

Preference may be given to individuals with a Master of Library Science.


A. Bachelor’s Degree;


B. Three (3) years of experience in a public library setting. Preference may be given for supervisory experience;


C. An equivalent combination of education and experience.

A complete job description and application can be found on our website.

Only Applications submitted online will be accepted.

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Job Close Date: June 23, 2019
Washington County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Writing Programs Librarian

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Job Overview

The mission of this position is to be an exemplary teacher and provide leadership and oversight for the library’s curricular partnership with the University Writing Program.

This position works with faculty, staff, and administrators in the library, the University Writing Program in the English Department, Writing Fellows, and those in the Writing Center, to ensure effective delivery of services and information literacy programs for students.


For a copy of the full job description, email

Promotes and Provides Information Literacy Instruction to students and instructors in the English Department’s University Writing Program, the Research and Writing Center, and the Writing Fellows Program.

Develops and promotes instructional programs for undergraduates, graduates, and teaching faculty related to the General Education writing programs.

Hires, trains and mentors staff within the library’s instruction program. (Job descriptions are changing so listing specific positions this librarian will supervise will be inaccurate by the time we interview and hire).

Teaches library instruction to sections of first year and advanced writing classes and provides individual research assistance to students as needed.

Identifies existing library resources that support ACRL Threshold Concept-related information literacy and/or composition and rhetoric research, assesses the need for additional resources and services, and recommends services or programs based on the data gathered.

Analyzes curriculum of assigned programs and works with faculty to develop appropriate methods for integrating ACRL Threshold Concept-related information literacy in University Writing Program GE classes.

Assesses the impact of the first-year writing and advanced writing library sessions on students’ learning outcomes and recommends curriculum and program changes based on those assessments.

Oversees the strategic direction of collaborative services that involve the library and other campus writing services such as the Research and Writing Center (RWC).



Master of Library Science (MLS) degree from an ALA-accredited institution.


Master’s or doctoral degree in Education; Instructional Science; English with an emphasis in rhetoric, composition, or teaching; or another discipline that emphasizes learning theory.

Individuals hired without a Master of Library Science must complete the MLS degree within a specific period of time (a minimum of 36 months).



Teaching experience with young adult learners in research methodology and tools.

Administrative and supervisory experience.

Experience in information literacy program development and implementation preferred

Employee Class: Faculty (Full-Time)

Work Location: Provo Campus

Desired Start Date: 01/05/2020

Job Close Date: 07/31/2019

Information required at the time of application – Please list the individual contact information for each of your three recommenders on the faculty application. At some point during the selection process they may be contacted to submit their letters of reference electronically

Document(s) required at the time of application – Please attach your updated Curriculum Vitae and cover letter to the faculty application.

Equal Opportunity Employer: m/f/Vets/Disability

Subject: Assistant Librarian position at Orem Public Library



DUTIES: This is a full-time, benefitted position in Reference Services. Provides general and in-depth reference and advisory service to the public in the Adult/Teen and Media areas. Assists and instructs patrons in the use of library resources. Under the direction of Associate and Reference Librarians, provides quality reference service, assists with catalog and database research, finds and recommends materials, and conducts reader’s advisory interactions. Performs a variety of clerical duties such as typing reports and minutes, answering phones, and scheduling volunteers. Performs other assignments as directed.

QUALIFICATIONS: Seeking candidates who are passionate about working with the public and have expertise in adult and teen literature as well as a broad knowledge of music and film. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of library techniques, operations, and procedures; knowledge of sources and procedures used in bibliographic research and reference work; general knowledge of the world of information; and skills with electronic databases, e-materials, and applications. Requires two years post high school education in liberal arts or related areas. Experience in library-related work is preferred. Candidates who are fluent in Spanish strongly considered.

SALARY: $2,844.41 to $3,555.52 per month depending upon qualifications. SALARY WILL GENERALLY START AT LOWER END OF THE SALARY RANGE.

SCHEDULE: Forty hours per week. Evenings and Saturdays will be required.

APPLICATIONS: Those interested in applying should submit their application online at or to the Human Resources Office by 5:00 p.m. on June 5, 2019. ONLY THE INFORMATION ON OR ATTACHED TO THE APPLICATION WILL BE USED FOR SCREENING PURPOSES.

The Human Resources Office will make reasonable efforts in the application process to accommodate disabled applicants. If you have special needs, please call 229-7186.

Digital Archives, Specialist II Part-Time Position
Come Join us at the Salt Lake Community College Libraries!

Description of Part-time Position in Digital Archives –

Under minimal supervision, this position works in a variety of capacities as dictated by the volume of work and priorities.

Metadata duties include generation of metadata based on 1) information provided by original archival object, 2) the donor, or 3) research conducted to provide greater depth of metadata for end users and patrons.

Digitization duties include 1) digitization of archival materials from the SLCC Archives using flatbed scanning and digital camera, including, but not limited to, publications, photographs, videos, slides, and documents, 2) processing digital-born resources for ingest into SLCC IR Digital Collections, 3) adhere to SLCC Archives & IR Digital Collections best practices.

Physical Archival duties include 1) processing, arranging, and describing the SLCC Physical Archives, 2) following procedures and best practices for minimal processing, 3) identify fragile materials and perform minor repairs and preservation measures in consultation with supervisor, 4) assist with identifying Archival objects for Digitization.

Other duties include 1) assist with the creation of physical and digital exhibits and displays, 2) perform research to support exhibits, metadata generation, and other initiatives, 3) assist with outreach initiatives and events, 4) assist patrons with accessing resources, 5) be able to work in and contribute to a positive, fast paced, team environment.

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Farmington – Adult Services Librarian

Head, Scholarly Communications and Data Management Albertsons Library

Head, Instruction and Research Services Albertsons Library

Assistant or Associate Librarian for Clinical Services

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Salary: Based on experience, salary range $53,000-$63,000 annually with generous benefits.

Position details: Tenure-track librarian, full-time, 12-month, permanent

Posting closing date: Open until filled, reviewing applications starting May 25, 2019

Required applicant documents: Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, and names of three references.

>>> For the full posting and to apply, please go to the University’s Careers page.

Position Summary:

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah seeks an enthusiastic, proactive, service-oriented, and collaborative individual for the position of Assistant or Associate Librarian for Clinical Services (Clinical Services Librarian). In partnership with multiple stakeholders, the Clinical Services Librarian provides dynamic, dedicated library service to the clinical and allied health communities at University of Utah Health (UUH).

The Clinical Services Librarian works in collaboration with UUH clinical and allied health departments, chief executives, and the electronic health record (EHR) team, as well as the Education and Research faculty librarians at the Eccles Library, to provide integrated information support at the point of care. This position liaises to the clinical and allied health practices of the organization, and is responsible for leading outreach activities and training initiatives to increase the value of Library services to UUH.

The Clinical Services Librarian serves along with a group of dedicated library staff and faculty. We are leaders, educators, advocates, and researchers in the University and community. We are a team of informationists that support each other and our dreams, ideas, experiments, and professional successes. We believe in each other, and our department offers a nurturing environment of support where anything is possible if you can build it.

>>> For the full posting and to apply, please go to the University’s Careers page.

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Subject: Librarian – Adult Teen Services – Orem Public Library

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OPENING DATE: April 10, 2019
CLOSING DATE: April 22, 2019

DUTIES: Seeking a Librarian to direct and supervise the Adult and Teen Services sections of the Library. This is a full-time, benefited professional position working under the direction of a Library Division Manager. Responsibilities include management, collection development, and reference service. Responsible for all facets of Teen collection development. Provides professional reference and advisory services to patrons. Initiates contact with vendors and staff to evaluate, activate, maintain, and troubleshoot access to electronic resources and databases including mobile services. Provides and maintains e-resources and databases including library website and patron authentication. Stays abreast of emerging technologies. Hires, trains, and supervises library employees. Responsible for administration and supervision of Makerspace. Participates as a member of the Library’s executive staff. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a Master’s Degree in Library Science or related field plus a minimum of three years experience as a library professional or para-professional, and management or supervisory experience. Significant library experience may be substituted for Master’s Degree if knowledge, skills, and abilities have been demonstrated. Proficiency with SirsiDynix applications and software including Horizon reports and BLUEcloud analytics strongly preferred. Thorough knowledge of professional principles, practices, and techniques of library science and of library management. Extensive knowledge of the literatures of the liberal arts, with expertise in fiction and nonfiction for adults and teens.

SALARY RANGE: $4,473.72 to $5,592.15 per month depending upon qualifications. SALARY WILL GENERALLY START AT LOWER END OF THE SALARY RANGE.

SCHEDULE: Some evenings and Saturdays required.

APPLICATIONS: Those interested in applying should submit their application online at or to the Human Resources Office by 5:00 pm on April 22, 2019. ONLY THE INFORMATION ON OR ATTACHED TO THE APPLICATION WILL BE USED FOR SCREENING PURPOSES.

The Human Resources Office will make reasonable efforts in the application process to accommodate disabled applicants. If you have special needs, please call 229-7186. Applications have been classified as private and will be held confidential.

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