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PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN, Haut-Saint-Jean Library Region, Edmundston / BIBLIOTHÉCAIRE DES SERVICES PUBLICS, Région de bibliothèques du Haut-Saint-Jean, Edmundston

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Mon, 30 Aug 2004 10:34:52 -0300

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PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
New Brunswick Public Library Service

Haut-Saint-Jean Library Region
Edmundston
 (Pay Band 04)

OPEN

New Brunswick Public Library Service is searching for a dynamic professional
librarian with demonstrated enthusiasm for the mission of public libraries,
to serve as Public Services Librarian for the Haut-Saint-Jean Library Region
with offices in Edmundston.

DUTIES:  Reporting to the Regional Director and working out of the regional
office, the Public Services Librarian is part of the regional management
team and plays a key role in the following areas: regional planning;
development and coordination of staff training; promotion, marketing, public
and community relations; development and coordination of programs; and
support to libraries.

The Public Services Librarian is responsible for: coaching and training
staff in the delivery and promotion of quality public library service;
assisting in identifying and meeting training needs; developing and
coordinating staff development initiatives; developing and implementing
regional programs; participating in the development of and assuring regional
participation in provincial programs; assisting in identifying library
programming needs; ensuring the evaluation of programs and services;
participating in provincial and regional committees; coaching staff in media
and community relations; promoting public libraries and their services by
engaging in public and media relations; developing regional promotional
materials such as pamphlets; marketing library programs and services;
establishing relationships with community groups and potential partners;
attending Library Manager meetings and   Regional   Forum   meetings   as
required;  making presentations; conducting research and preparing reports;
overseeing grant applications and their management as required; and assuming
other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:  We are searching for a team leader with a demonstrated
sense of organization coupled with problem solving and analytical skills.  A
master's degree in Library and/or Information Science from an ALA accredited
school is necessary.  At least two (2) years of professional experience is
required.  Written and spoken competence in English and in French is
required.

The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal and communication
skills.  He or she must also have a strong knowledge of library automation
software, reference service, the Internet and electronic reference tools, as
well as library programming.  This position involves travel, and a valid
driver's license is required.

Applicants must demonstrate on their application how, when and where they
have acquired the qualifications and skills required for this position.
Résumés should be in chronological order specifying education and employment
in months and years including part-time and full-time employment.

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

EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

SALARY:  From $1,511 to $2,078 bi-weekly.   Applications must be received ON
OR BEFORE September  10,  2004,   stating   competition   number
04-2000-019, by: Department of Education, Human Resources Branch, Place
2000, 250 King Street, 3rd floor, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1,
Phone:  (506) 453-2030, Fax: (506) 444-4761.




BIBLIOTHÉCAIRE DES SERVICES PUBLICS

MINISTÈRE DE L'ÉDUCATION
Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick

Région de bibliothèques du Haut-Saint-Jean, Edmundston
(Échelle salariale 4)

CONCOURS PUBLIC

Le Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick est à la
recherche d'un bibliothécaire professionnel ou d'une bibliothécaire
professionnelle dynamique et enthousiaste à l'égard de la mission des
bibliothèques publiques pour combler le poste de bibliothécaire des services
publics à la Région de bibliothèques du Haut-Saint-Jean à Edmundston.

FONCTIONS :  Relevant de la directrice régionale et travaillant au bureau
régional, le ou la bibliothécaire des services publics fait partie de
l'équipe régionale de gestion et joue un rôle clé dans les secteurs suivants
: la planification régionale; le développement, la coordination et la
prestation d'activités de formation pour le personnel; la promotion, le
marketing ainsi que les relations publiques et communautaires; l'élaboration
et la coordination de programmes (activités d'animation et autres); et le
soutien aux bibliothèques.

Les responsabilités consistent entre autres à donner de l'encadrement et de
la formation au personnel des bibliothèques en ce qui a trait à la
prestation et à la promotion de services de bibliothèque publique de
qualité; participer à la détermination des besoins de formation et à la
prestation d'activités de formation adaptée; élaborer et coordonner des
activités de perfectionnement professionnel; élaborer et mettre en oeuvre
des programmes (activités d'animation et autres) régionaux; participer à
l'élaboration de programmes provinciaux et assurer une participation
régionale; participer à la détermination des besoins en matière de
programmes; évaluer des programmes et services; participer à des comités
régionaux et provinciaux; donner de la formation sur les relations médias et
les relations communautaires; promouvoir les bibliothèques et leurs services
en menant des activités de relations publiques et médiatiques; élaborer du
materiel promotionnel régional tels que des dépliants; assurer le marketing
de programmes et services; établir des relations avec les groupes
communautaires et les partenaires potentiels; participer aux réunions des
gestionnaires de bibliothèque et du forum régional selon les besoins; faire
des présentations; mener des recherches et rédiger des rapports; coordonner
la présentation et la gestion de demandes de subventions selon les besoins;
et accomplir les autres tâches qui lui sont confiées.

CONDITIONS DE CANDIDATURE : La personne recherchée fait preuve de leadership
et possède un excellent sens de l'organisation, de même que des aptitudes
pour la résolution de problèmes et l'analyse. Elle possède une maîtrise en
bibliothéconomie et/ou en sciences de l'information d'une école accréditée
par l'ALA ainsi qu'au moins deux (2) années d'expérience professionnelle.
La connaissance du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit, est
essentielle.

Elle possède d'excellentes aptitudes pour les relations interpersonnelles et
la communication. Elle doit avoir également une très bonne connaissance des
logiciels utilisés par les bibliothèques, des services de référence, des
outils Internet et électroniques de référence ainsi que de la programmation
d'activités d'animation. Ce poste nécessite des déplacements, et un permis
de conduire valide est requis.

Les candidats ou les candidates doivent préciser dans leur demande où, quand
et comment ils/elles ont acquis les compétences et habiletés requises pour
ce poste.  Les détails du curriculum vitae doivent être présentés en ordre
chronologique en indiquant les années et les mois pour la formation et les
emplois à plein temps ou à temps partiel.

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

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT :  De 1 511 $ à 2 078 $ à la quinzaine.  Il faut faire parvenir
votre demande AU PLUS TARD le 10 septembre 2004, en  indiquant le numéro du
concours  04-2000-019, au : Ministère de l'Éducation, Direction des
ressources humaines, Place 2000, 250, rue King, 3e étage, C.P. 6000,
Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1; téléphone :  (506) 453-2030; télécopieur :  (506)
444-4761.

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