We are seeking a State Data & Continuing Education Coordinator to add to our team – so if you are an enthusiastic expert on facts, numbers, and professional development, this position is for you.
The State Data & Continuing Education Coordinator will manage New Mexico libraries’ participation in the Public Libraries in the United States Survey (a.k.a. Annual Report!) as well as seek and manage continuing education opportunities for library staff, board members and volunteers in public libraries statewide.
The person who takes advantage of this exciting opportunity will…
· Be a statistician: Compile and present annual report data to help improve library services;
· Be a trainer: Identify the training interests and needs of library professionals statewide, and organize learning opportunities;
· Be a traveler: The State Data & Continuing Education Coordinator will be based at the New Mexico State Library in beautiful, historic Santa Fe and will travel around this scenic state to work with libraries; and
· Be a leader! Consult, advise, and coach public library staff to implement effective library services that serve their unique communities.
“OK, I’m intrigued…”
If you have a Master’s Degree from a program accredited to by the American Library Association (or recognized by the appropriate body of another country) with at least two years of experience in performing and providing advanced, effective library services ….then we invite you to apply!
To apply, please visit the New Mexico State Personnel Office website for the official job posting.
For more information on the State of NM application process, click here.
The UNM-Taos Branch is looking for a full-time one year term Library Information Specialist III to assist in providing quality service to the students, faculty, and the community-at-large. This position encompasses a variety of areas including circulation, cataloging, instruction, and ongoing supervision of student employees. The successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to be a team player, the ability to prioritize, and the ability to analyze and solve problems.
Experience with automated library systems, especially with OCLC- Worldshare Management Systems (WMS) and
experience with complex copy cataloging in OCLC -WMS, is preferred.
The following address will go to the online application page
The deadline for proposals to the 2014 NMLA Annual Conference in Ruidoso has been EXTENDED until August 25th. As a reminder, the conference will be held October 22-24th in Ruidoso at the Convention Center and Inn of the Mountain Gods. The program committee has already received a nice initial number of submissions, but there are still a number of slots available. So…we’d encourage anyone interested in sharing information about their library and its initiatives, programs, and services to submit a proposal.View Post
POSITION OPENING: Library Director
Minimum Pay: $17.00 per hour (+ for Master’s Degree)
v Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school; and five years related experience and/or training required.
v Grade II Librarian Certification from the State of New Mexico required.
v (2) Two years supervisory and administrative experience required.
v Prefer: Master’s degree (M.L.S.) from an ALA accredited graduate school. and the ability to obtain Professional Librarian Certification from State of New Mexico.
v Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of modern library systems and programs
v Considerable knowledge of equipment and facilities required in a comprehensive library system
v Considerable knowledge of community needs and resources
v Considerable knowledge of the Internet, telecommunications, computer networks, workplace software, and library automation applications
v Ability to plan, organize, coordinate and implement a comprehensive library system
v Ability to read and analyze technical information, write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals
v Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing with persons of all ages and every economic and social level
v Working knowledge of the principles and practices of office management and work organization
v Valid New Mexico driver’s license.
v Able to successfully complete drug testing
v Prefer bilingual (Spanish/English)
v Able to formulate short and long range public services goals.
Job description and applications available at the City of Belen Human Resources Dept., 100 South Main, Belen, NM 87002
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN 5:00PM Friday, September 12, 2014.View Post
We are seeking motivated individuals to proctor assessment sessions with 4th-, 8th-, and 12th- grade students in schools for the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Must be available January 26–March 6, 2015. Paid training, paid time and mileage reimbursement for local driving, and weekly paychecks. This is a part-time, temporary position. To apply, visit our website at www.westat.com/CAREERS and select “Search Field Data Collection Jobs.” Search for your state, find the NAEP Assessment Administrator position and select the “apply to job” button. For more information e-mail NAEPrecruit@westat.comor call 1-888-237-8036.View Post
2014 NMLA Annual Conference will be held October 22-24, 2014, in Ruidoso, New Mexico. The conference theme is“Inspiring Libraries Build Communities!”
For Exhibitors – Vendor registration is now open.
The New Mexico Library Association welcomes your interest in our organization and appreciates any level of support you are able to provide. All levels of support include lunch for the vendors and a booth space.
To reserve your spot at the Annual Conference, submit the attached Exhibitor Contract by September 30.
Registration is required to attend programs and enjoy the exhibit hall. Lunch is included. Visit our website, and stay tuned for more emails. See http://nmla.org/annual-conference/ for Exhibitor Contract.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the primary source of federal funding for our nation’s museums and libraries, awarded the Octavia Fellin Public Library as one of 10 recipients of this year’s National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The award is the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries for service to the community and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Click here for more information.
Octavia Fellin Public Library was chosen as a recipient for serving and supporting the Gallup community. As you probably know, the population Octavia Fellin serves is 75% Native American and has in the past had limited access to programming centering on Native American culture and heritage. Octavia Fellin Public Library has provided much-needed access to Navajo-based programming, Hopi drummers, and Native American authors and history speakers. The library prides itself on its ability to serve all ages, backgrounds, and interests. There are many members of the local community who can say that the programs at the library have changed their lives – Maria Elena Reyes is one example. Click here for Maria’s story.