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REGIONAL DIRECTOR, YORK LIBRARY REGION / DIRECTEUR RÉGIONAL OU DIRECTRICE RÉGIONALE, RÉGION DE BIBLIOTHÈQUES YORK

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR

YORK LIBRARY REGION
New Brunswick Public Library Service

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
(Pay Band 07)

OPEN

New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS) is searching for a forward
looking professional librarian to join our Provincial Management Team as
Regional Director of the York Library Region.  The region, which is made up
of a regional office, seven public libraries and seven public-school
libraries, serves a population of 123,000 people.

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

The Regional Director is responsible for the effective and proactive
management of the York Library Region.  In addition to managing the whole of
the library region, the Regional Director directly supervises the members of
the Regional Management Team, the directors of medium and large libraries
and the regional administrative support unit.  He or she is responsible for
hiring, training and evaluating professional and para-professional staff;
establishing sound management practices throughout the region; ensuring the
ongoing training of library staff; budget control; developing policies and
procedures; chairing Regional Forum meetings; maintaining positive
relationships with municipalities, school district officials, library boards
and communities; preparing needs analysis and feasibility studies for
communities wishing to move or establish libraries; participating in the
negotiation of Memorandums  of  Understanding  with   library partners;
managing regional collection development; managing funding partnerships and
grants; overseeing the maintenance of regional vehicles and facilities; and
preparing various reports as required.  This position requires frequent
travel and weekend and evening work.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicants must have a Master's degree from an American
Library Association accredited library and/or information studies program
and a minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in
management and supervision. They must be at ease in an automated environment
and have strong knowledge of software used by libraries, including the
Internet and electronic reference tools.  Written and spoken competency in
English is essential.

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 is
necessary.

A valid driver's license is required.

Experience supervising employees covered by collective agreements is an
asset.

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 $2,417 to $2,902 bi-weekly.  Applications must be received on
or before November 15, 2004, stating competition 04-2000-036, by the:
Department of Education, Human Resources Branch, Place 2000, 250 King
Street, 3rd floor, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1 or apply on line
at: <http://www.gnb.ca/0163/employ-e.asp>.  Phone:  (506) 453-2030, Fax:
(506) 444-4761.




DIRECTEUR RÉGIONAL OU DIRECTRICE RÉGIONALE

RÉGION DE BIBLIOTHÈQUES YORK
Service des bibliothèques publiques
du Nouveau-Brunswick

MINISTÈRE DE L'ÉDUCATION
(Échelle salariale 7)

CONCOURS PUBLIC

Le Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick (SBPNB) est à la
recherche d'une personne avant-gardiste ayant une formation de
bibliothécaire professionnel pour faire partie de son équipe provinciale de
gestion à titre de directeur régional ou directrice régionale de la Région
de bibliothèques York. Le bureau régional, les sept bibliothèques publiques
et les sept bibliothèques publiques-scolaires de cette région offrent leurs
services à 123 000 personnes.

FONCTIONS : Relevant de la directrice générale du SBPNB, la personne choisie
contribuera à l'élaboration de la vision provinciale concernant l'avenir des
services de bibliothèque publique puis elle communiquera et aidera à
réaliser cette vision à l'échelle régionale. Elle participera aux activités
de planification stratégique et d'élaboration du plan opérationnel; elle
assurera la mise en oeuvre des initiatives provinciales à l'échelle
régionale; et jouera un rôle clé pour veiller à la croissance soutenue des
bibliothèques publiques.

Le directeur régional ou la directrice régionale assurera la prestation de
services de qualité dans la Région de bibliothèques York. En plus de gérer
l'ensemble des bibliothèques de la région, il/elle supervisera directement
les membres de l'Équipe de gestion régionale, les directeurs et directrices
des moyennes et grandes bibliothèques ainsi que les services de soutien
administratif régionaux. La personne titulaire de ce poste voit au
recrutement, à la formation et à l'évaluation du personnel professionnel et
para-professionnel; contribue à l'adoption de bonnes pratiques de gestion
dans la région; veille à la formation continue du personnel des
bibliothèques; gère le budget; élabore des politiques et procédures; préside
les réunions du Forum régional; entretient de bonnes relations avec les
municipalités, les districts scolaires, les commissions de bibliothèque et
la communauté; prépare des analyses de besoins et des études de faisabilité
pour les collectivités qui souhaitent   le  déménagement  ou    l'ouverture
d'une    bibliothèque; participe aux négociations de protocoles d'entente
avec les partenaires des bibliothèques; assure le développement de la
collection régionale; gère les partenariats financiers et les subventions;
coordonne l'entretien des installations et des véhicules régionaux; et
rédige divers rapports au besoin. L'exercice de ces  fonctions exige souvent
des déplacements et de travailler le soir et les fins de semaine.

CONDITIONS DE CANDIDATURE : Les personnes candidates doivent avoir une
maîtrise en bibliothéconomie et/ou en sciences de l'information reconnue par
l'American Library Association et au moins sept (7) années d'expérience
comportant des responsabilités en gestion et en supervision.  Elles doivent
se sentir à l'aise dans un milieu de travail informatisé et bien connaître
les logiciels utilisés par les bibliothèques, y compris Internet et les
outils électroniques de référence. La connaissance de l'anglais, à l'oral et
à l'écrit, est essentielle.

La personne choisie doit posséder d'excellentes habiletés pour la gestion,
le leadership, la communication et les relations interpersonnelles. Elle
doit également faire preuve d'un bon sens de l'organisation et d'aptitudes
marquées pour la résolution de problèmes, l'analyse et le travail d'équipe.


Elle doit posséder un permis de conduire valide.

L'expérience de la supervision d'employés syndiqués serait un atout.

Les personnes candidates doivent préciser dans leur demande où, quand et
comment elles ont acquis les compétences et habiletés requises pour ce
poste.  Les renseignements doivent être présentés en ordre chronologique
dans le curriculum vitae en indiquant le nombre d'années et de mois pour la
formation et les emplois à plein temps ou à temps partiel.

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

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT : De 2 417 $ à 2 902 $ à la quinzaine. Il faut faire parvenir
votre demande au plus tard le 15 novembre 2004, en indiquant le  numéro  du
concours 04-2000-036, au : Ministère de l'Éducation, Direction des
ressources humaines, Place 2000, 250, rue King, 3e étage, C.P. 6000,
Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1 ou postuler en ligne à :
<http://www.gnb.ca/0163/employ-f.asp>.  Téléphone : (506) 453-2030;
télécopieur :  (506) 444-4761.

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