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Position Title: Archivist
Reports To: Chancellor
FLSA CODE: Exempt
The Archivist for the Archdiocese of Hartford will preserve and administer the historic and artistic collections of the Archdiocese of Hartford. The Archivist will appraise and edit permanent records and historically valuable documents, and will direct the safekeeping of archival documents and materials.
Special Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities
Basic Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities
Strong proficiency in Microsoft Applications
Must possess excellent analytical skills
Strong knowledge of accounting principles and practices
Must be self-motivated and have the ability to prioritize
Excellent interpersonal communication skills
Ability to present oneself professionally
Excellent record-keeping skills
Ability to work toward and meet project deadlines
Good facilitation skills with ability to conduct presentations and/or meetings
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to adapt to changes in routine or schedule
Demonstrated sensitivity to multicultural parish settings
Qualified candidates must possess a Masters of Library Science with a concentration on Archives Management from an accredited school.
Five or more years of experience working with archival collections; records management theory and practice; or a related field with an emphasis in museum studies, history, anthropology, or art history. Experience working in a religious environment is preferred.
Benefits: Comprehensive health insurance and other plan benefits available at time of interview
Background: Per the safe environment policy of the Archdiocese of Hartford all applicants should expect to have a criminal background check.
Deadline for Application: January 31, 2017
For consideration please email: Arlene McSweeney Ed.D. at Arlene@CatholicRecruiter.com with resume.
The Archdiocese of Hartford is responsible for a geographic territory in Connecticut comprised of Hartford, New Haven and Litchfield counties, with an estimated population of more than 700,000 Roman Catholics. The span of the Archdiocese includes 214 parishes, 56 schools and a large nonprofit social services agency, Catholic Charities, which focuses on the needs of children, the family and the elderly in the community. The Archdiocese of Hartford currently has approximately 213 parish priests, 1,311 full or part-time staff for the schools and 550 employees at Catholic Charities. In addition, the Archdiocese of Hartford currently owns approximately 1,100 buildings, publishes its own monthly newspaper, The Catholic Transcript, and owns and operates an office of radio and television.
The Archdiocese’s Central Service Offices, which are co-located at 134 Farmington Avenue in Hartford and at the St. Thomas Seminary and Conference Center in Bloomfield CT, coordinate and oversee the exercise of administrative duties for the Archdiocese of Hartford and currently employ approximately 119 lay staff. The Central Service Offices staff interacts regularly with all constituents of the Archdiocese of Hartford, including the parishes, schools, clergy, the faithful and the entire Ecumenical community at large.
In October 2013 Bishop Leonard Blair was named Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Hartford and was installed on December 16, 2013.
Strategy and Direction: The Archdiocesan Central Service Offices now seek to strengthen and expand their organizational effectiveness, efficiency and responsiveness to the needs of the parishes, schools, clergy and faithful in the Archdiocese of Hartford. They seek a trained archivist to assist this effort.
The Primary Day School Librarian
Part time, salaried 10 month position
Anticipated Start Date: August 2017
About The Primary Day School:
Founded in 1944, The Primary Day School in Bethesda, Maryland, is a co-educational school serving students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through Second Grade. We are the only school in the area that focuses exclusively on children in this unique age group, and we do so for a very important reason. These are the most crucial learning years in children’s lives, a time when they are bursting with potential, ready for quantum leaps of development. At Primary Day, everything we do focuses on helping young children flourish—as learners and as people—during this vitally important time of life. The Primary Day School was founded as a demonstration school for the Phonovisual Method, a unique, phonics-based approach to teaching reading and language arts that remains vital to each student’s educational journey today. To learn more about our school and its community, curriculum and traditions please visit www.theprimarydayschool.org.
The person in the position of Librarian serves as an instructional partner with faculty and staff to strengthen our Literature, Language Arts, and Technology programs. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated knowledge of Library Science, a passion for maintaining our library, and teaching students about literature. The ideal candidate will have some knowledge of educational technology and is required to have skills in managing online circulation and cataloging systems.
BA required, ALA accredited MLS strongly preferred. Experience working with young children and familiarity with the principles of Responsive Classroom strongly preferred.
Compensation is competitive with area independent schools and commensurate with experience.
Interested candidates for the position are encouraged to review Primary Day’s curricular philosophy at www.theprimarydayschool.org. To apply for the position, please send the following to the address below by August 11, 2017:
No Phone Inquiries Please
Scott Lawrence, Head of School firstname.lastname@example.org
The Primary Day School
7300 River Road
Bethesda, MD 20817
The Primary Day School is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities to all personnel and applicants for employment without regard to race; color; religion; sex; national origin; handicap or disability; sexual orientation; or status as a veteran, Vietnam era, or special disabled veteran.
CUA LIS students Jennifer Kim and Lachelle Smith, along with six other recipients, were awarded the 2017 AALL Thomson Reuters/George A. Strait Minority Scholarships.
“The AALL & Thomson Reuters/George A. Strait Minority Scholarship provides assistance to minority college graduates with law library experience who are degree candidates at accredited library or law schools. Established by AALL and generously endowed with $150,000 from Thomson Reuters, the scholarship is awarded annually to minority students in honor of George A. Strait (1914–1989), an outstanding law librarian and longtime AALL member, in recognition of his career achievements.”
View the AALL Award Brochure for more details.
Congratulations, Jennifer and Lachelle!
Touro College is seeking a motivated and energetic Instructional Design Librarian to join the Touro College Libraries team in New York City. In collaboration with the Library Information Literacy Director, the Instructional Design Librarian will interact with students and faculty, and participate in creating an active instructional program. The librarian will teach classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
We will consider applications until the position is filled. Please include a cover letter indicating your interest in or your experience with any of these job responsibilities:
Degree Master’s Degree from an ALA-accredited institution; At least 2 years of instruction experience in an academic library; Understanding the emerging technologies and their applications in an academic library environment; Demonstrated knowledge of learning theory and information literacy trends; Effective communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills; Comfortable in writing and editing for grammar and punctuation; Familiarity with learning management systems, such as Blackboard; Familiarity with web conferencing software, such as Adobe Connect or Zoom; Skilled in creating and maintaining content management systems, such as LibGuides; Creativity, flexibility and the ability to work in a team based environment is important; Experience in instructional design, web and multimedia technologies, including production tools like Camtasia is preferred.
Touro College Libraries, Midtown Library, 43 West 23rd, 5th Floor, New York, NY
send cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Contact Information: sara.tabaei@
Stevenson University Library invites applications for an Instruction & Public Services Librarian position located at the Owings Mills campus.
The Librarian, Instruction and Public Services, serves as the library’s subject specialist and liaison for all departments and programs on the Owings Mills (OM) campus including business, information technology and forensics.
In this role, the Librarian, Instruction and Public Services recommends materials to support these areas of study, develops research tools for specific courses, provides in-class instruction at the request of faculty and provides research and teaching support. The Librarian, Instruction and Public Services also provides reference services, research assistance, and general library instruction on the Owings Mills campus while collaborating with library staff at all library locations to serve the University community. The Librarian, Instruction and Public Services manages the day-to-day operations of the Owings Mills (OM) Library including hiring, training, and supervising staff and students.
This position has Faculty Status and voting rights in the faculty governance structure.
For a complete job description and application visit
The two VIRTUAL internship opportunities have been EXTENDED until 11:59 p.m. on August 2nd. We would greatly appreciate it if you would let your students and colleagues know that there’s still time to apply!
The positions are listed below:
Applicants may apply through USAJOBS – https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/471416100
The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati in Washington, D.C., seeks an energetic and organized person to assist with a variety of projects relating to the management and use of its library collections. The collections include early printed and manuscript material documenting the people and events of the War for Independence complemented by a modern reference collection to support broad research on the age of the American Revolution.
Responsibilities include assistance with in-house and offsite researchers, paging and shelving materials from the rare and modern stacks, scanning and uploading material to our Digital Library, processing newly cataloged items in preparation for shelving and other collections management tasks.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required, with graduate work in library science or related field highly desirable. Knowledge of website management and digitization protocols and French or other foreign language a plus.
This is a part-time position, available for 20 hours a week at an hourly rate of $18.00. For further information about the Society of the Cincinnati and its library, please visit our website: www.societyofthecincinnati.org
To apply for the position please send your resume with a cover letter by August 18 to: Ellen McCallister Clark, Library Director, The Society of the Cincinnati, 2118 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008; telephone: 202 785-2040 ext 426; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Children’s Associate Librarian I (Part-Time) needed for the Fletcher Branch of the Washington County Free Library. The library has an immediate PT, 20 hours per week position for a non-MLS, Children’s Associate Librarian I. A background in children’s programming is a major plus. The tentative schedule is Tues., Wed. and Thurs 5:15 to 9:15 pm and Sat. 8:45 am to 5:15 pm. Duties may include conducting a story time for young children on Thursday evening, conducting 1 monthly preschool science program and 1 monthly early elementary science program on Saturdays, selecting and showing a movie on the first Saturday of the month, and working alongside of other children’s librarians to staff the Children’s reference desk. We are looking for a smart and able learner with a desire to work with children. We need a person with a positive attitude who will help to make our children and parents feel welcome in using the library. The successful applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree, good computer skills, and possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Previous experience in children’s work or prior teaching experience will weigh heavily in the applicant’s favor. Valid driver’s license required. Must secure MD Certification with 2 years of appointment. To apply, please complete an application which can be downloaded from our website www.washcolibrary.org. Submit your application, cover letter and resume.
Deadline: 5:00 PM Monday, August 8, 2017
Three openings at Lansdowne, Loch Raven and Sollers Point Branches
At BCPL, staff members have the opportunity to enrich individual lives and build strong communities by delivering exceptional customer experiences, establishing meaningful partnerships, and creating innovative learning spaces. We seek enthusiastic, open-minded, self-motivated individuals who can work well independently and collaboratively. BCPL circulates over 11 million items and provides library services through its 19 branches, 4 mobile library vehicles, and an extensive outreach network. If you are forward thinking and passionate about public service, consider joining BCPL as a full-time Branch Manager I.
We offer an excellent benefit package that includes 4 weeks of vacation, sick and personal leave, subsidized health care options, pension eligibility, and related benefits. Annualized Salary Range: $58,967 – $79,052, commensurate with experience.
Send an email to email@example.com and attach two documents: 1) a completed BCPL employment application which you can find on our website www.bcpl.jobs and 2) your cover letter and resume as one PDF document. Include your last name in the title of the documents. Clearly indicate the job title Branch Manager I and the location(s) you are applying for in the subject line of your email.
Documents must be received by July 28, 2017