New job Adult and Teen Librarian - EVPL Oaklyn in Indiana

Adult and Teen Librarian - EVPL Oaklyn

Company : Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library
Salary : From $39,406 a year
Location : Indiana

Full Description

Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library

If you are a creative and curious person who enjoys working in an organization that focuses on providing delightful experiences, then we encourage you to join our team. Our mission is to cultivate curiosity by creating wonder, which is what we strive to do each and every day. We encourage our employees to be their authentic selves.

EVPL Oaklyn
3001 Oaklyn Dr
Evansville, IN 47711

Originally located in an old school building just up the road, EVPL Oaklyn opened the doors of its newest location in 2003. Nestled in the side of a hill and situated near the corner of Oak Hill and Lynch, EVPL Oaklyn's cheery interior and windowed lobby make it easy to forget the majority of the building exists underground. Beneath a green roof of prairie grass and local wildflowers, EVPL Oaklyn boasts a multitude of calming spaces–a cafe space, private study rooms, a large meeting room, and a children's area with seating for the whole family. The location offers WiFi, public computer access, and more.

Adult and Teen Librarian

Hours: Full-time 40 hours
Must be available to work all public service hours; including evenings, weekends, and Sunday.

Full-time Employee Benefits

My Work

I will become actively involved in my work as a curious and learning individual, while being a supportive and practicing professional librarian supporting my colleagues and library users. I will be active and involved with planning, developing, and maintaining programs, services, and collections for adult and teen library users. My sense of community and community activism will lead me to attend meetings of partner organizations, actively participate in community events, and provide support and knowledge to all my partners. My sense of wonder and curiosity will propel me to explore and experiment with events, exhibits, and diverse ways of connecting people to ideas, information, and each other both in the library and community. I advocate for a library that is open to all. I recognize that library users and all people are human and can be challenging at times, but I manage interactions with professionalism and demonstrate patience. I will work at any/all points of service, though I generally will do my work in an area that best suits my talents and aptitudes.

As a Librarian I will support the work of the Library and any specific subject matter areas as identified or assigned, based upon present and future community needs, resources, staff expertise, and innovative practices related to a subject area and/or library and information science.

My Role in a Learning Organization

I know that to a library user I am the library, whether I am on the job, riding a bus, or checking out at the grocery store. I have a positive mental attitude and enthusiastic role for the work I do. I display initiative to delight a customer with extraordinary customer service. I communicate with library users, colleagues, community members in an effective, enthusiastic and respectful manner. I am honest and act with integrity and respect.

I have a team role and work collaboratively with colleagues and other teams. I strive to have good organizational skills and work well under pressure. I am dependable and hardworking.

I have a career development role and am a curious learner and am willing to learn and develop new skills.

I have an innovator and continuous improvement role and strive to make practical suggestions for workplace improvments. I am self-motivated, persistent, and intuitive about the work I do.

What I Need to Know to Be Successful

I need to have a Master's degree from a school of library and/or information science program accredited by the American Library Association, and moderate experience working in a library and/or within the area of practice assigned.

I understand that if I have related education and experience, the Library may consider me for the position if I commit to obtaining my Master's degree as described within three years of starting my work.

I need to obtain and maintain through professional development credits Indiana State Library professional librarian accreditation.

I need a valid driver's license.

What I Need to Know About the Physical Requirements

My work requires the frequent exertion of up to 10 pounds of force and occasional exertion of up to 25 pounds of force; work regularly requires speaking or hearing, frequently requires standing, walking, sitting, using hands to finger, handle or feel, lifting and repetitive motions and occasionally requires climbing or balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling, reaching with hands and arms and pushing or pulling; work requires close vision, ability to adjust focus, depth perception and color perception; vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels; work requires preparing and analyzing written or computer data, using of measuring devices, operating machines, operating motor vehicles or equipment and observing general surroundings and activities; work occasionally requires exposure to outdoor weather conditions; work is generally in a moderately noisy location (e.g. business office, light traffic).

Shhh is a four-letter word. It is not in our vocabulary!

EVPL is an equal opportunity employer.

We conduct background checks as part of our pre-employement screening process and follow all EEOC and FCRA regulations regarding the use of criminal records in the hiring process.

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