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December, 2013:

Job Openings at the Anchorage Public Library

Via Elizabeth Moreau Nicolai

The Anchorage Public Library is recruiting two librarians for the Mountain View branch library. Mountain View is the most diverse census district in the United States and the library has become a strong neighborhood partner with agencies and community groups serving the diverse residents and helping to revitalize the neighborhood.  The library itself is only three years old, LEED certified and a welcoming and friendly environment. While Mountain View Library welcomes and provides programming and services for all patrons, the library shares a parking lot with a middle school and is in walking distance of two elementary schools. As a result the library has a large number of thriving youth and teen programs.

Currently we are recruiting a youth services librarian to plan, present, and evaluate programming for youth from birth to age 18. The YS librarian will also assist with system wide collection development, do outreach to local schools, work on the reference desk, and manage the library in the branch manager’s absence.

We are also recruiting a branch manager who will manage the library staff, facility, and adult collections. The manager also plans and presents programs for adults, builds partnerships with local agencies and community groups, and participates as needed with system-wide initiatives.

For general information about Anchorage Public Library jobs:  http://www.muni.org/jol

For the youth services librarian job:  http://tinyurl.com/k8du2ay

For the branch manager librarian job:  http://tinyurl.com/ll3tel7

Both positions will be open until January 7th.

FLIP Meeting Cancelled

Hi everyone,

Well, we hate to do this, but we are cancelling the December 13 FLIP meeting. We just have too many events going on that day–no one can say the library isn’t a busy place! We will reschedule the ListenAlaska ebooks session for a future meeting. In the meantime, if you do have any questions about ListenAlaska or other ebooks, please feel free to contact Electronic Resources Librarian, Christie Ericson or visit the Ebooks How-To Guide.

Enjoy the holidays!