MANAGER (full-time) – Northeast Indiana Radio Reading Service (NEIRRS)
RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide audio access via radio, Internet and specialized installations to printed information (typically found in area newspapers and magazines) to people who are print-disabled (visual or physical impairment). Supervise 150+ volunteers; including recruiting, screening, training and recognizing. Supervise and schedule staff of 5 (FT/PT) for seven-day operation. Maintain and expand responsive and mission-driven programming comprised of live and recorded readings. Coordinate with other reading services on special networking and program-sharing websites. Support other related ACPL programs as requested. Research and recommend equipment purchases for operation and reception. Plan and attend events to promote awareness of the NEIRRS service. Serve on appropriate committees. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Broad-based bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience. Three years of experience supervising volunteers. Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills, to read aloud for broadcast. Strong organizational skills. Possess advanced computer skill in Excel and Word; able to create and maintain databases, create merge letters. Ability to analyze patron needs and respond with appropriate programming. Broadcast communications and or audio editing experience a plus. Demonstrated history of cooperative spirit, reliability, initiative, tact, good judgment, attention to detail, resourcefulness, friendliness and sense of humor. Other duties as necessary.Schedule will include day, evening and weekend hours. PREFERRED SKILLS & ABILITIES: Academic work and/or work experience in communications is a plus. Fundraising, budgeting, public speaking or broadcast experience is highly desirable. Bilingual ability in Spanish or an Asian language is desirable but not required. COMPENSATION: Range minimum is $ 40,268.80. Health, dental, vision, life and long-term disability plans. Cumulative sick leave. Library-paid retirement fund. Personal business leave. Four weeks vacation. Deferred compensation plan (457). Federal credit union. Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Variety of voluntary insurance plans. Flexible spending account. Free parking. Relocation allowance. Click here to apply for this position. Please apply by 5:00 p.m. on 4/30/2014 (posted 3/11/14)
BRANCH ASSISTANT (part-time 10 hours per week) – Shawnee Branch
RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist branch manager and other staff with public service work and clerical routines. For example, open and close the circulation desk. Shelve books. Check materials in and out. Register patrons for library cards. Help patrons find library materials. Assist patrons with the use of machines and equipment. Refer patrons to appropriate staff for in-depth assistance. In general, work to give friendly, courteous, and effective service.REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma. Good literacy skills and familiarity with computers. Ability to learn on-line systems for circulating books and for patron use. Good physical stamina is necessary for standing and walking up to 80% of the work time and lifting loads of 10-25 pounds. Excellent interpersonal skills for dealing pleasantly and cooperatively with patrons over the phone and in person up to 80% of the work time. Cooperative spirit, reliability, enthusiasm, friendliness, energy, resourcefulness, initiative, tact, good judgment, and a sense of humor are essential. Ability to work the following schedule: Monday 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., Friday 3:00-6:00 p.m. and Saturday 12:00-4:00 p.m. PREFERRED SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bilingual ability in Spanish or an Asian language is desirable but not required.COMPENSATION: This position pays $10.52 per hour. Two weeks vacation. Deferred compensation plan. Federal Credit Union. Employee assistance program. Voluntary flexible spending plan and other benefits. Free parking. Click here to apply for this position. Please apply by 5:00 p.m. on 3/18/2014 (posted 3/11/14)
SHELVER (part-time 12 hours per week) – Georgetown Branch
RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist in retrieving and returning books and other library materials at patron or staff request. Receive and sort material from other library agencies, preparing it for return to the owning agency. Position is one of the library's basic building blocks of excellent public service. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of tenth grade and an analytical ability sufficient for shelving and retrieving materials stored in specific numerical or alphabetical order. Strong physical stamina as this job requires standing, walking, stooping, and stretching more than 80% of the work time. Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs. repetitiously. Good interpersonal skills for work in exchanging factual information with co-workers and patrons. Cooperative spirit, reliability, enthusiasm, friendliness, energy, resourcefulness, initiative, tact, good judgment, and a sense of humor are essential. Willingness and ability to work Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. PREFERRED SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bilingual ability in Spanish or an Asian language is desirable but not required. COMPENSATION: This position pays $8.71 per hour. Deferred compensation plan. Federal Credit Union. Employee assistance program. Voluntary flexible spending plan and other benefits. Free parking. Click here to apply for this position. Please apply by 5:00 p.m. on 3/18/2014 (posted 3/11/14)
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Last Updated: March 11, 2014
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