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APLA-LIST March 2002

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LIBRARY CLERK, Dr. Walter Chestnut Public Library, Hartland, NB / COMMIS DE BIBLIOTHÈQUE, Bibliothèque publique Dr-Walter-Chestnut, Hartland (N.-B.)

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Please post the following competition.  Thanks
SVP veuillez afficher le concours suivant.  Merci



LIBRARY CLERK
Dr. Walter Chestnut Public Library

New Brunswick Public Library Service

Department of Education
Hartland

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES LEVEL 2
OPEN

New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS), an equal opportunity employer,
is searching for a creative and dynamic individual with demonstrated
enthusiasm for the mission of public libraries, for the position of Library
Clerk at the Dr. Walter Chestnut Public Library in Hartland.  The Dr. Walter
Chestnut Public Library is part of the York Library Region.

DUTIES:  Reporting to the Library Manager, the Library Clerk provides loan
service through an automated circulation system; provides reference service
using traditional and electronic resources; assists patrons in the use of
information technology; provides reader's advisory service; assists in
orienting the public in the use of library services; contributes to the
planning and presentation of programs for children and adults based on the
library's programming schedule; assists in promoting the library and its
services; assists in the delegation of tasks to volunteers, summer students
and employment program personnel; and generally assists in all branch
functions as required.  The Library Clerk will also assist in the
maintenance of collections, the shelving of materials and shelf reading.

The successful applicant will be capable of assuming additional duties in
the absence of the Library Manager.  This position requires evening and
weekend shifts.  Maintaining library collections will involve some lifting.

QUALIFICATIONS:  In addition to possessing the necessary skills and
abilities to perform the above noted duties, candidates must possess a high
school diploma. Experience with e-mail, the Internet, Ms-Word and one (1)
year of experience in an automated work environment are necessary.
Volunteer or paid experience working with the public of all ages is
required.  Written and spoken competence in English is essential.

Preference may be given to candidates having completed library related
coursework, or having completed post-secondary education in a related field,
or with a minimum of two (2) years library experience.  Knowledge of
automated circulation and electronic reference tools are an asset.

The successful candidate will demonstrate initiative and an ability to work
both independently and in a team environment.  Strong interpersonal,
organizational and communications skills are essential.

An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Candidates must demonstrate on their applications how, when and where they
have acquired the qualifications and skills required for this position.

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


EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

SALARY: From $923 to $1,109 bi-weekly. Applications must be received on or
before  April 17, 2002 stating competition number 01-2000-127, to: Human
Resources Branch, Department of Education, Place 2000, 250 King Street, 3rd
Floor, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1 or fax to: (506) 444-4761.





COMMIS DE BIBLIOTHÈQUE
Bibliothèque publique Dr-Walter-Chestnut

Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick

Ministère de l'Éducation
Hartland

SERVICES ADMINISTRATIFS, NIVEAU 2
CONCOURS OUVERT

Le Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick (SBPNB), un
employeur souscrivant au principe de l'égalité d'accès à l'emploi, est à la
recherche d'une personne créative, dynamique et enthousiasme envers la
mission des bibliothèques publiques pour combler le poste de commis de
bibliothèque à la Bibliothèque publique Dr-Walter-Chestnut à Hartland.  La
bibliothèque fait partie de la Région de bibliothèques York.


FONCTIONS : Relevant de la responsable de la bibliothèque, le ou la commis
de bibliothèque offre un service de prêt au moyen d'un système automatisé;
fournit des services de référence en utilisant des ressources électroniques
ou traditionnelles; aide les usagers à utiliser les ordinateurs destinés au
public; offre des conseils en matière de lecture; aide à donner de la
formation à l'usage de l'information et de la bibliothèque; contribue à la
planification et à la présentation de programmes pour les enfants et les
adultes selon le calendrier d'activités de la bibliothèque; aide à la
promotion de la bibliothèque et de ses services; participe à la délégation
des t?ches auprès des bénévoles, des étudiant(e)s d'été et du personnel de
projet; et participe à toutes les activités de la bibliothèque selon les
besoins.  Le ou la commis de bibliothèque aide également à entretenir la
collection, à replacer les livres sur les rayons et à effectuer la lecture
des rayons.

La personne choisie pourra être appelée à assumer des responsabilités
additionnelles lorsque la responsable de la bibliothèque doit s'absenter.
Ce poste comprend des heures de travail en soirée et la fin de semaine.  Le
travail en bibliothèque exige de soulever du matériel à l'occasion.

CONDITIONS DE CANDIDATURE : En plus de posséder les compétences et les
habiletés requises pour effectuer les tâches décrites ci-dessus, les
personnes intéressées doivent détenir un diplôme d'études secondaires.  Il
est aussi nécessaire de savoir utiliser le courrier électronique, l'Internet
et le logiciel MS-Word, ainsi que de posséder au moins une (1) année
d'expérience dans un milieu de travail automatisé. Les candidat(e)s doivent
aussi avoir travaillé, à titre bénévole ou professionnel, avec une clientèle
d'âges variées. La connaissance de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit, est
essentielle.

La préférence sera accordée aux personnes ayant complété une formation liée
aux bibliothèques ou des études post-secondaires dans un domaine connexe ou
ayant au moins deux (2) années d'expérience dans une bibliothèque.  La
connaissance d'un système de prêt automatisé et d'outils de référence
électroniques est un atout.

La personne choisie saura faire preuve d'initiative et pourra travailler de
manière autonome et en équipe. Elle aura de très bonnes aptitudes pour la
communication, les relations interpersonnelles et un bon sens de
l'organisation.

L'équivalent en formation et en expérience pourrait être considéré.

Les candidats et candidates doivent indiquer dans leur demande où, quand et
comment ils/elles ont acquis les compétences et les aptitudes nécessaires
pour ce poste.

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

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT :  De 923 $ à 1 109 $ à la quinzaine.  Il faut faire parvenir
votre demande au plus tard le 17 avril 2002, en indiquant le numéro du
concours 01-2000-127,       à : Direction des ressources humaines, Ministère
de l'Éducation, Place 2000, 250, rue King, 3e étage, C.P. 6000, Fredericton
(N.-B.), E3B 5H1; télécopieur : (506) 444-4761.

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