Assistant Head of Circulation Services | Glenview Public Library

Posted on Nov 14, 2017

The Assistant Department Head of Circulation Services is a senior level supervisory position, and is responsible for scheduling, training, evaluating, and supervising the Circulation clerical team. The Assistant Head of Circulation leads staff in creating a welcoming environment for patrons, and excels in customer service. She/he must be able to utilize and troubleshoot current technology, prioritize tasks, problem solve, and manage time effectively. In the absence of the Head of Circulation, the Assistant Head supervises the Circulation team and displays leadership within the Circulation Department and within the Library as a whole.

Work schedule is 37.50 hours per week, which includes daytime, evening, and weekend hours.

Requirements

Education/Experience -  Associate degree or LTA degree required; Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree preferred. Minimum of two years' experience in a public library Circulation Department, at least one of which was in a supervisory position.

Applicants must have a working knowledge of personal computers, including email and Windows based operations, Integrated Library Systems, preferably Polaris, as well as knowledge of other library applications relating to Circulation.

Salary

Hiring range: $44,325- $49,866 DOQ. Also includes an excellent benefits package of health care, IMRF pension plan and paid vacation, sick hours and holidays.

Location

Glenview Public Library
1930 Glenview Rd.
Glenview, IL 60025
United States

How to apply

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Maryann Bowler
Head, Circulation Services
Glenview Public Library
1930 Glenview Rd.
Glenview, IL 60025.

Application documents may also be sent electronically to mbowler@glenviewpl.org, or fax to (847) 729-7682.

Applications accepted until position is filled

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