Closes: No Date
Portland Public Schools
Multiple .5 FTE – 1 FTE positions. Portland Public Schools has several openings for school librarians at various school levels. The way the district advertises positions does not always reflect current openings. If you are interested, contact Susan Stone, District Teacher-Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org
HR website: https://www.pps.net/Page/2158
Closes: No Date
Canby School District
One FTE. The K-12 District Media Specialist is a leader in instruction, curriculum, professional development, and the integration of technology to shape teaching and learning. The K-12 District Media Specialist develops and guides school library programs and staff, and promotes equitable access to resources and library services while encouraging all students and staff to become lifelong readers and responsible users and producers of information. The K-12 District Media Specialist is located at the High School.
For more details, see the online posting: https://canby.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=746
Tigard-Tualatin School District
One FTE Library/Media Specialist TOSA. Provide training of school personnel and support for the development of the future of school libraries in TTSD. Engage with district and school level personnel to lead the articulation of the connection between information literacy and classroom instruction.
For more details, see the online posting: https://ttsd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=1105
Oregon Trail School District
One FTE Library Media Specialist position split between two elementary schools. The librarian supports student achievement by building relationships with students and staff, as he/she develops student literacy, information literacy, digital citizenship and online safety skills; creates an atmosphere in the learning environment that is conducive to learning; informs instructional practice including incorporation of copyright/fair use in instruction and resource development for instruction; and collaborates with staff on the development and management of print, digital and multimedia resources. For more details, see the online posting.
Portland Community College
Portland Community College seeks an innovative and detail-oriented Library Web Applications Developer to create, maintain, and improve library web applications. This position ensures the accessibility and usability of the library website. Position serves as the technical lead managing the library website’s content management system, WordPress, including custom themes and plugins. Requires proficiency with PHP-based content management systems, HTML, and CSS. The Library Web Applications Developer is responsible for configuring and maintaining the library’s Primo instance and for Alma integration with college information and authentication systems.
For more information and to apply: http://pa181.peopleadmin.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=55847
Closes: No Date
University of Portland, Clark Library
The University of Portland, Clark Library, with its collegial environment and commitment to excellent service, seeks qualified applicants for a full-time Digital Services Technical Assistant. The Digital Services Technical Assistant supports the Clark Library’s digital services programs through a variety of duties, including scanning, uploading and describing digital materials and resources. To accomplish these duties, the position works closely with the Digital Services Librarian and consults with other staff of the Library and Artifacts & Archives department. This posting was listed on June 13, 2017, and applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Closes: No Date
College of Western Idaho
The College of Western Idaho Library seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic, collaborative colleague to serve as our Online Learning & E-Resources Librarian. The successful candidate continuously assesses the holistic library experience of CWI’s online/hybrid students and faculty, reviews existing resources and services, and proactively identifies improvements and additions to support online users and CWI’s growing Online Campus. The position monitors the Library’s services and resources offered to remote library users, including reference, instruction, outreach, circulation, and electronic resources, and collaborates with library colleagues to ensure that the needs of online students and faculty are being met, and that they are empowered to take full advantage of their library access. Closes June 27, 2017 at 3 p.m. MST (estimated).