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APLA-LIST January 2001

Subject:

Systems librarian position available / Poste de Bibliothécaire-analyste offert

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"Giberson, Frances (ED)" <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 24 Jan 2001 16:26:42 -0400

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Le texte français suit l'anglais.
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SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN

New Brunswick Public Library Service Provincial Office, Fredericton
(Pay Band 05)

OPEN

The New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS) Provincial Office, the
central agency responsible for the management of the public library system
in New Brunswick, invites applications for the position of Systems
Librarian.  The NBPLS is a dynamic team oriented work place that is small
enough to offer its employees a challenging and interesting variety of
duties but large enough to allow employees the satisfaction of contributing
to public library development on a provincial scale.

DUTIES:  The Systems Librarian is responsible for the overall management of
the provincial union catalog containing more than 1.7 million items.  The
union catalog is shared by the 5 regions, 61 public libraries and 4
bookmobiles in New Brunswick.  The successful candidate manages the DRA
Inlex 3000 automated library system; directs the incremental migration to a
web based interface (TAOS); manages and supervises the Technical Services
and Information Technology teams (total staff of 14); directs the creation
and maintenance of a machine readable database following accepted national
and international standards; coordinates microcomputer applications;
supervises the purchase and distribution of hardware and supplies relating
to automation for the system; and manages special projects, such as
technology grants, as required.

The Systems Librarian is a member of the NBPLS  Senior Management Team for
the library system and participates in the management of budgets, staffing,
services, program development and the setting of strategic priorities.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Masters degree in Library and Information Science from an
ALA accredited school and at least three (3) years experience, which must
include staff supervision and extensive knowledge of library automation.
The successful candidate will have good communication, management, planning
and technical skills.  An equivalent combination of training and experience
may be considered.  Written and spoken competence in French and English is
essential.

Applicants are asked to demonstrate in their applications how they have
acquired the qualifications and skills required for this position.

NOTE:  Subject to the response to this competition, qualifications related
to education and experience may be raised.

EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

SALARY:  From $1,574 to $2,167 bi-weekly.  Please send your application on
or before February 16, 2001, stating competition 01-2000-017, to the
following address:  Department of Education, Human Resources Branch, Place
2000, 3rd floor, 250 King Street, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1,
fax:  (506) 444-4761.

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BIBLIOTHÉCAIRE-ANALYSTE

Bureau provincial du Service des bibliothèques publiques du
Nouveau-Brunswick, Fredericton
(Échelle salariale 5)

CONCOURS OUVERT

Le bureau provincial du Service des bibliothèques publiques du
Nouveau-Brunswick (SBPNB), l'agence centrale responsable de la gestion du
réseau des bibliothèques publiques, offre un poste de
bibliothécaire-analyste.  Le SBPNB est un milieu dynamique axé sur le
travail en équipe. Notre organisation est suffisamment petite pour offrir à
son personnel une variété intéressante de fonctions et de défis, tout en
étant assez grande pour donner la satisfaction de contribuer au
développement d'un réseau à l'échelle provinciale.

FONCTIONS : Le ou la bibliothécaire-analyste est responsable de la gestion
de l'ensemble du catalogue collectif provincial qui compte plus de 1,7
million de documents. Au Nouveau-Brunswick, le catalogue collectif est
utilisé conjointement par 5  bureaux régionaux, 61 bibliothèques publiques
et 4 bibliobus.  La personne choisie doit gérer le système de bibliothèques
automatisé DRA Inlex 3000; diriger la migration vers une interface
fonctionnant à partir d'Internet (TAOS); gérer et superviser les services
techniques et les équipes de technologie de l'information (14 employés en
tout); diriger la création et la gestion d'une base de données informatisées
d'après les normes nationales et internationales établies; coordonner les
applications micro-informatiques; superviser l'achat et la distribution de
matériel informatique et autre lié à l'automatisation; et gérer des projets
spéciaux comme les subventions pour la technologie.

Le ou la bibliothécaire-analyste fait partie de l'équipe de la haute
direction du SBPNB et participe à la gestion des budgets, à la dotation en
personnel, à l'élaboration des programmes et services et à l'établissement
des priorités stratégiques.

CONDITIONS DE CANDIDATURE :  Une maîtrise en bibliothéconomie et en science
de l'information d'un établissement d'enseignement accrédité par l'ALA.  La
personne choisie doit posséder au moins trois (3) années d'expérience
comprenant des responsabilités de supervision du personnel, et une
excellente connais-sance des systèmes informatisés de gestion de
bibliothèque.  L'équivalent en formation et en expérience pourrait aussi
être considéré. La connaissance du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à
l'écrit, est essentielle.

Les candidats ou les candidates doivent préciser dans leur demande comment
ils/elles ont acquis les compétences et les aptitudes nécessaires pour ce
poste.

REMARQUE :  Selon le nombre de candidatures au concours, les exigences
relatives à l'expérience et à la formation peuvent être accrues.

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT :  De 1 574 $ à 2 167 $ à la quinzaine.  Veuillez nous faire
parvenir votre demande au plus tard le 16 février 2001, en indiquant le
numéro de concours 01-2000-017, à l'adresse suivante : Ministère de
l'Éducation, Direction des ressources humaines, Place 2000, 3e étage, 250,
rue King, C.P. 6000, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 5H1; télécopieur :  (506)
444-4761











Frances Giberson
Public Service Librarian /
Bibliothécaire des services publics
NBPLS / SBPNB
(506) 457-6713
250, rue King Street, Fredericton, NB
E3B 1E2

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