Patron Registrar (Open until filled)

Washington Talking Book & Braille Library
Seattle, WA

The Washington Talking Book & Braille Library (WTBBL) is a program of the WSL that provides statewide library service to residents unable to read standard print. WTBBL offers books in audio and braille formats free by mail and by download.  WTBBL builds community and provides equitable access to information and reading materials for Washington residents unable to read standard print. This position reports to the Outreach Librarian and serves as the designated technical expert for creating and maintaining WTBBL patron records and profiles in the KLAS integrated library system, serves as WTBBL BARD administrator, and supports outreach.

Link to full job announcement.

About State Library of Oregon

All Oregonians have the information essential to be engaged citizens, to strengthen our communities and to build a prosperous state. The State Library provides leadership and resources to continue growing vibrant library services for Oregonians with print disabilities, the Legislature and state government, and all Oregonians through local libraries.
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