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APLA-LIST May 2001

Subject:

Competition / Concours

From:

"Nason, Ella (ED)" <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 23 May 2001 16:20:13 -0300

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR

New Brunswick Public Library Service
Haut-Saint-Jean Regional Office
Edmundston
(Pay Band  07)

OPEN

New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS) is searching for a forward
looking professional librarian to join
our senior management team as Regional Director of the Haut-Saint-Jean
Library Region.  The region, which is
made up of a regional office, six public libraries and one bookmobile,
serves a population of 54,000 people.

DUTIES:  Reporting to the Executive Director of NBPLS, the Regional Director
contributes to a provincial vision
of the future of public library service and communicates and implements that
vision at the regional level.  The
Regional Director participates in provincial strategic and operational
planning of NBPLS; ensures the regional
implementation of provincial initiatives; and plays a key role in ensuring
the continued growth of public libraries
in New Brunswick.

The Regional Director is responsible for the provision of quality public
library service in the Haut-Saint-Jean
Library Region.  In addition, he/she manages regional support services which
include administrative and
professional support, interlibrary-loans, and technical services.  He/she is
responsible for hiring, training
and evaluating professional and para-professional staff; establishing sound
management practices throughout
the region; budget control; developing policies and procedures; chairing the
Regional Forum; maintaining positive
relationships with municipalities, boards and communities; managing regional
collection development; and preparing
various reports as required.  This position requires frequent travel and
occasional weekend and evening work.

The successful candidate must be at ease in an automated environment and
have a strong knowledge of software
used by libraries, including the Internet and electronic reference tools.
Written and spoken competency in French
and English is essential.  A valid driver's license is required.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate will possess excellent management,
leadership, communication
and interpersonal skills.  A demonstrated sense of organization as well as a
strong aptitude for problem solving,
analysis and team work are necessary.  A Master's degree from an American
Library Association accredited library
and/or information science program and a minimum of three (3) years of
progressively responsible experience in
management and supervision are required.

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 $2,178 to $2,616 bi-weekly ($56,628 - $68,016 annually).
Please apply on or before June 8, 2001,
stating competition 01-2000-043, to the: Department of Education, Human
Resources Branch, Place 2000, 250 King
Street, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1, Fax: 444-4761.


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DIRECTEUR OU DIRECTRICE RÉGIONAL(E)
Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick

Bureau régional de Haut-Saint-Jean, Edmundston
(Échelle salariale 7)
CONCOURS PUBLIC

Le Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick (SBPNB) est à la
recherche d'un(e) bibliothécaire
professionnel(le) avant-gardiste pour se joindre à son équipe provinciale de
gestion à titre de Directeur ou directrice
régional(e) de la Région de bibliothèques Haut-Saint-Jean. La région, qui
comprend un bureau régional, un bibliobus
et six bibliothèques publiques, dessert une population de 54 000 personnes.


FONCTIONS :  Relevant de la directrice générale du SBPNB, le directeur ou la
directrice régional(e) contribue à
l'élaboration de la vision provinciale concernant l'avenir des services de
bibliothèque publique tout en communiquant
et en mettant en oeuvre cette vision à l'échelle régionale. Il/elle
participe aux activités de planification stratégique et
d'élaboration du plan opérationnel; assure la mise en oeuvre régionale des
initiatives provinciales; et joue un rôle clé
dans le développement des bibliothèques publiques.

Le directeur ou la directrice régional(e) assure la prestation de services
de bibliothèque publique de qualité dans la
Région de bibliothèques de Haut-Saint-Jean. De plus, il/elle dirige les
services de soutien régionaux tels que le soutien
administratif et professionnel, le service de prêts entre bibliothèques et
les services techniques.  Il/elle voit au recrutement,
à la formation et à l'évaluation du personnel professionnel et
para-professionnel; assure la mise en place de bonnes
pratiques de gestion dans la région; gère le budget; élabore des politiques
et procédures; préside le Forum régional;
entretient de bonnes relations avec les municipalités, les commissions et la
communauté; assure le développement
de la collection régionale; et rédige divers rapports au besoin. Ce poste
exige des déplacements et, à l'occasion, des
heures de travail en soirée et la fin de semaine.

Les candidats ou les candidates doivent être à l'aise dans un environnement
de travail informatisé et bien connaître
les logiciels utilisés par les bibliothèques, y compris les outils Internet
et électroniques de référence. La connaissance
du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit, est essentielle.
Ils/elles doivent posséder un permis de conduire valide.

CONDITIONS DE CANDIDATURE :  La personne choisie doit posséder d'excellentes
habiletés sur les plans de la
gestion, du leadership, de la communication et des relations
interpersonnelles. Elle doit également posséder un
excellent sens de l'organisation, ainsi que des aptitudes marquées pour la
résolution de problèmes, l'analyse et
le travail d'équipe.  Elle doit avoir une maîtrise d'un programme de
bibliothéconomie et/ou sciences de l'information
accrédité par « American Library Association » et au moins trois (3) années
d'expérience comportant des
responsabilités croissantes en gestion et en supervision.

Les candidats et les candidates doivent clairement indiquer dans leur
demande comment ils (elles) ont
acquis les compétences et aptitudes requises pour ce poste.

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

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT :   De 2 178 $ à 2 616 $ à la quinzaine (56 628 $ - 68 016 $
annuellement).  Faire parvenir votre
demande au plus tard le 8 juin 2001, en indiquant le numéro du concours
01-2000-043, au :  Ministère de l'Éducation,
Direction des ressources humaines, Place 2000, 250, rue King, C.P. 6000,
Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1,
télécopieur :  (506) 444-4761.

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