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DIRECTOR, CHATHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY / DIRECTEUR OU DIRECTRICE, BIBLIOTHÈQUE PUBLIQUE DE CHATHAM

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DIRECTOR
CHATHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY
New Brunswick Public Library Service

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
(Pay Band 03)

OPEN

New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS) is searching for a creative and dynamic individual with demonstrated enthusiasm for the mission of public libraries, to manage the Chatham Public Library located in Miramichi.  The library is part of the York Library Region.

DUTIES:   Reporting to the Regional Director, the Director is responsible for the provision of quality library service to the community and the surrounding area.  He or she is responsible for managing the library in accordance with provincial guidelines.  As a professional librarian, the Director is expected to be a key support to the Regional Director in developing service in the region, in recommending and assisting in the implementation of regional and provincial programs, priorities, policies and guidelines, in taking part in regional and provincial committees, in leading special projects, and in using his or her expertise to mentor and guide staff of the library region via the development of training and other activities.

Duties will include the recruitment, training, supervision, scheduling and evaluation of staff, as well as students, volunteers and employment program personnel; promoting the library and its services; providing loan service through an automated circulation system; providing complex level reference service through traditional and electronic resources; overseeing public access computers; assisting patrons in the use of information technology and library services; providing reader's advisory service; planning and implementing library programs for children and adults; participating in collections development for the library and the region; serving as secretary to the library board; managing the library board budget provided by the municipality including the analysis of financial needs and the presentation of requests for funding; working in conjunction with the board and the town to maintain the library   facility;    maintaining  positive  relations  with  the community  and   with   the staff   of   the   library region; developing partnerships; managing grants; and assuming other duties as assigned.  The Director will also be responsible for the maintenance of collections, the shelving of materials and shelf reading.

This position requires evening and week-end shifts.  Some travel will be required and the successful candidate must possess a valid driver's license.  Maintaining the library collections will involve some lifting.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicants must possess a Masters degree in Library and/or Information Studies from an ALA accredited school.  Knowledge of library automation, of electronic reference tools, of the principles of collection development and of community relations are essential.  Experience with e-mail, the Internet and Ms-Word are necessary.  Written and spoken competence in English is essential.

Volunteer or paid experience working with the public is an asset.  The successful candidate will possess excellent management, leadership, communication, interpersonal and supervisory skills.  A demonstrated sense of organization as well as a strong aptitude for problem solving, analysis and team work are necessary.

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 $1,405 to $1,934 bi-weekly. Applications must be received ON OR BEFORE October 21, 2005,   stating   competition   number  05-2000-024, 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 <http://www.gnb.ca/0163/employ-e.asp> . Phone:  (506) 453-2030, Fax: (506) 444-4761.





DIRECTEUR OU DIRECTRICE
BIBLIOTHÈQUE PUBLIQUE DE CHATHAM
Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick

MINISTÈRE DE L'ÉDUCATION
(Échelle salariale 3)

CONCOURS PUBLIC


Le Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick (SBPNB) est à la recherche d'une personne énergique, créative et enthousiaste envers la mission des bibliothèques publiques pour gérer la Bibliothèque publique de Chatham située à Miramichi.  La bibliothèque fait partie de la Région de bibliothèques York.

FONCTIONS : Relevant de la directrice régionale, le directeur ou la directrice doit assurer la prestation d'un service de bibliothèque de qualité à la communauté et les environs. Il ou elle doit gérer la bibliothèque conformément aux lignes directrices provinciales.  À titre de bibliothécaire professionnel(le), il/elle doit appuyer la directrice régionale en participant au développement des services dans la région; en recommandant et en participant à la mise en oeuvre des programmes, priorités, politiques et lignes directrices régionales et provinciales; en prenant part à des comités régionaux et provinciaux; en menant des projets spéciaux et en se servant de son expertise pour offrir du mentorat et des conseils au personnel de la région par l'entremise d'activités de formation professionnelle ou autres.

Les fonctions consistent, entre autres, à recruter, former, superviser, évaluer et planifier les horaires de travail du personnel ainsi que des étudiant(e)s, des bénévoles et des employé(e)s de projet; à promouvoir la bibliothèque et ses services; à offrir des services de prêt au moyen d'un système informatisé; à offrir des services de référence de niveau complexe au moyen d'outils traditionnels et électroniques; à gérer les ordinateurs pour le public; à aider les usagers à utiliser les ordinateurs et à se prévaloir des différents services; à offrir des conseils en matière de lecture; à planifier et à présenter des programmes pour enfants et adultes; à participer au développement des collections pour la bibliothèque et la région; à agir à titre de secrétaire de la commission de la bibliothèque; à gérer le budget de la commission fourni par la municipalité incluant l'analyse des besoins financiers et la présentation des demandes de financement;  à  travailler  de  pair avec la commission et la municipalité afin d'assurer l'entretien de la bibliothèque; à entretenir des relations positives avec la communauté et le personnel de la région; à développer des partenariats; à gérer des subventions; et à accomplir les autres tâches qui lui sont confiées. Le directeur ou la directrice verra également à entretenir la collection, à replacer les livres sur les rayons et à effectuer la lecture des rayons.

Ce poste comprend des heures de travail en soirée et la fin de semaine.  La personne choisie pourrait être appelée à se déplacer et doit posséder un permis de conduire valide.  Le travail en bibliothèque exige de soulever du matériel à l'occasion.

CONDITIONS DE CANDIDATURE : Les candidat(e)s doivent être titulaire d'une maîtrise en bibliothéconomie et/ou sciences de l'information accrédité par l'ALA, ainsi que la connaissance de logiciels de bibliothèque, des principaux outils de référence électronique, des principes de gestion de collection et des relations communautaires. Il est aussi nécessaire de savoir utiliser le courrier électronique, l'Internet et le logiciel MS-Word. La connaissance de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit, est essentielle.

Une expérience de travail professionnelle ou bénévole auprès du public serait un atout.  La personne choisie saura faire preuve de leadership et possèdera d'excellentes aptitudes pour la gestion, la supervision, les communications et les relations interpersonnelles. Elle aura aussi un bon sens de l'organisation et de très bonnes habiletés pour l'analyse, la résolution de problèmes et le travail d'équipe.

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 au concours, les exigences relatives aux années d'expérience et à la formation peuvent être accrues.

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT :  De 1 405 $ à 1 934 $ à la quinzaine.  Il faut faire parvenir votre demande AU PLUS TARD le 21 octobre 2005,    en    indiquant   le   numéro    du    concours 05-2000-024, 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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