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NLS-REPORTS  July 2008

NLS-REPORTS July 2008

Subject:

Network Bulletin no. 08-20 (Vacancy--North Carolina)

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Thu, 3 Jul 2008 11:53:03 -0400

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Network Bulletin  No: 08-20

Date:       July 2, 2008

Subject:    Staff, network                                            
Index term:  Vacancy North Carolina    




NLS has been asked to publicize a vacancy for an assistant regional librarian position at the
North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Raleigh.  The attached
vacancy announcement has a closing date of July 16, 2008.  The link is
http://osp.its.state.nc.us/positiondetail.asp?vacancykey=4804-0400-0004-642
                    

For more information contact:    

Carolyn Hoover Sung
Chief, Network Division
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Attachment
____________________________________________________________________________

Assistant Regional Librarian

Position:        Librarian III
Vacancy Number:  4804-0400-0004-642
Salary Grade:    71
Salary Range:    $38,549 - $62,707
Department:      Department of Cultural Resources
Division:        State Library
Type of Appointment: Permanent Full-time
Location:        Raleigh
Posting Date:    06/25/2008
Closing Date:    07/16/2008
Number of Positions:               



_Description of Work_

Serves as patron services librarian for state-wide library service to the blind and physically
handicapped.  Library serves 10,000 active users each year, primarily by phone and mail, and
circulates 2,000 books in alternate formats (tape, large print and braille) daily.  Manages nine (9)
staff and operations of the patron services unit responsible for patron contact, reader advisory,
reference services, and patron processing services.  Directly supervises six (6) staff.  Schedules
telephone coverage and performs 2+ hours of telephone service daily; assists as needed to
ensure courteous and timely service is provided within state and federal guidelines and
regulations.  Plans, implements and evaluates programming to library users.  Manages library
service and twenty-eight (28) staff in absence of regional librarian; assists regional librarian in
planning, budget recommendations, and managing daily operations.  Represents library to other
organizations as needed.  Beacon position #60083869.  Works 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday
through Friday schedule.  For internal purposes, met ESC requirement as of 7/16/08.

_Knowledge, Skills and Abilities_

Strong service orientation and proven supervisory skills; ability to calmly and effectively guide
and direct work and interactions of a wide variety of personalities and levels of staff; work
interactively with staff; analyze and troubleshoot operations; logically distill, organize, interpret,
and apply pertinent information; communicate effectively in oral and written form; quickly read
hand-written correspondence and standard print mailing cards; physical ability and stamina to
assist in circulation unit (stooping and reaching to quickly pull, inspect, and shelve books);
tolerate a dusty, noisy environment; excellent computer skills; knowledge of popular and classic
reading material; knowledge of library principles and automation logistics; prefer experience in
library management, supervision, reader advisory service, and reference service.
                                
_Training and Experience Requirements_

Master's degree in library science and one year of experience as a librarian; or graduation from a
four-year college/university supplemented by thirty semester hours in library science and two
years experience as a librarian; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Prefer
additional directly related education, training, and experience as specified in the description of
work and knowledge, skills and abilities sections above.  Educational degrees must be received
from appropriately accredited institutions.  Interviewing supervisor is Carl Keehn.

_How to Apply:_

All applicants must complete and submit a separate state application form (PD-107) for
employment for each position for which an applicant wants to be considered.  Include the
vacancy number on each application submitted.  "Resumes" in lieu of state application are not
acceptable.  To obtain an application form, access
http://www.osp.state.nc.us/jobs/applications.htm via the Internet.

All original, signed, and dated applications for employment MUST be received and date/time
stamped in the Cultural Resources Human Resources Office by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date
and addressed as shown below.  Timely delivery is the applicant's responsibility.  Provide
complete information in the Education and Work History sections of the application.  ("See
Resume" is not acceptable.)  E-mailed applications for employment are not accepted.

Send all applications for employment directly to the North Carolina Department of Cultural
Resources, Human Resources Office address as shown below:


Delivered by US Postal Service:

Human Resources Office

N.C. Department of Cultural Resources
4603 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4603
Phone: 919-807-7373


Delivered by Any Other Means:

Human Resources Office
N.C. Department of Cultural Resources
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-2807
Phone: 919-807-7373


Applications mailed by the applicant through the U.S. Postal Service are routed through the
State Mail Service Center.  If the application for employment for this position is not received
and date/time stamped in the DCR Human Resources Office from the State Mail Service Center
by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date (as shown in the vacancy announcement), the application shall
not be considered unless the position is re-posted.

                              

As an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer, the Department of Cultural Resources encourages
applications from women, members of minority groups, and persons with disabilities.

The Department of Cultural Resources adheres to the merit-based recruitment and selection
process.

Educational degrees must be received from and awarded by appropriately accredited institutions.
Applicants who have obtained their education outside of the U.S. and its territories must present
proof that their academic degree has been validated as equivalent to the degree conferred by a
regionally accredited college or university in the U.S.

Contact Person:                    Human Resources Office
Contact Agency:                    Cultural Resources
Contact Address:                   4603 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4603




The vacancy system is provided by the Office of State Personnel.  Individual vacancy
information is provided by each agency/university.

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