Meridian Library District
Brief description of position:
- Develops and executes marketing and communication strategies, public relations, material development, community outreach and digital campaigns.
- Drives brand awareness, advocacy and promotion of library programs and products that support our growing community.
- Creates appealing communications and promotional material for our website and external venues, including press releases.
- Provides leadership to Library staff on marketing and communications issues.
- Develops marketing-related guidelines, policies and processes for staff and trains library staff on marketing and communications topics.
- Leads research for library performance and market placement.
Link to the full job announcement: https://secure3.entertimeonline.com/ta/SHR7002.careers?ShowJob=302188934
Portland State University
This position will copy catalog U.S. federal documents housed at Portland State University library. Working with PSU Library staff, the Federal Documents Cataloger performs cataloging, database maintenance, and physical processing on documents that are part of Oregon’s Regional Federal Depository Library Collection. This work is completed by searching the OCLC Worldcat database, verifying accurate data in bibliographic records, and adding holdings information to the PSU Library catalog.
This is a State Library of Oregon position, although Portland State University library is the primary worksite. This Limited Duration position is expected to last for approximately 7 months, with the possibility of being extended.
Full job details and application instructions
The Outreach and Instruction Librarian is responsible for building campus partnerships, creating strategies to form cross campus collaboration, and developing, assessing, and maintaining library services and instruction that contribute to student success and engagement. This position is also a teaching faculty position that includes classroom information literacy instruction, reference desk and virtual reference as well as collection development in collaboration with the other librarians.
To view the full job announcement please use the following link – https://cu-portland.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=6&c=cu-portland&id=872
Albany Public Library
The City of Albany seeks a community-focused and dynamic director to lead its library system during an exciting time in its 106-year-old history. Key opportunities will include completion and rollout of a strategic plan, thoughtful and creative solutions for building a sustainable financial future, enhancing the library’s partnerships, and challenging a highly educated and experienced staff.
For more information, including how to apply, please use the following link: https://www.cityofalbany.net/librarydirector
Deschutes Public Library
Brief description of position (please no more than 100 words): This is an exciting leadership role responsible for planning, coordinating and managing library services and creative programming for Deschutes Public Library’s young residents age 0 to 17, their caregivers and families as well as services and programming for all ages of the Library’s Latinx communities. Must demonstrate success in a number of areas such as leadership, team development, effective communication and collaboration, excellent customer service, change management and inspiring innovation. Starting monthly salary is $6,115.60 with excellent benefits. Work location is in downtown Bend, Oregon in the heart of Central Oregon.
For a full job description and to apply, please visit the Library’s employment website.
Closing Date: Full consideration-10/07/19; close-10/21/2019
Organization: Oregon State University Libraries and Press-Guin Library
City & State: Newport, OR
The Collections and Resource Sharing Library Technician III will be responsible for providing reference assistance and basic instruction in the use of library collections; collaborating with relevant Valley Library departments to align Guin Library workflows; creating and revising documentation and procedure manuals. Works collaboratively with other Guin Library staff, taking primary responsibility for coordinating workflows related to collection management or resource sharing. Leads the work of student employee(s) and participates in the student hiring and training process. This position is responsible for decision making at the Guin Library in the absence of the Guin Library Director.
Link to the full job announcement https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/83142
Oregon City Public Library
Oregon City, OR
The City of Oregon City is excited to present an amazing opportunity for a dynamic and engaging leader to serve the community and lead the Oregon City Public Library (OCPL). The City is accepting applications for the position of Library Director. The deadline for all application materials is 4:00 p.m. Monday October 21, 2019.
$8,527/mo. to $10,648/mo. plus excellent fringe benefits including City paid 6% PERS (Public Employees Retirement System) “pick-up”.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Patrick Foiles, Human Resources Director, at (503) 496-1528 or email@example.com.
Link to the full job announcement: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregoncity