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Network Bulletin  No.:   07-30

Date:       June 1, 2007

Subject:     Staff, network                                          
Index term:  Vacancy North Carolina


            
NLS has been asked to publicize the attached vacancy announcement for a Librarian III at the Library
for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

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For further information contact:   

Carolyn Hoover Sung
Chief, Network Division
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DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL RESOURCES
Website:  http://www/ncdr.gov 


Position:  LIBRARIAN III
Vacancy Number:  4804-0400-0004-698
Salary Grade:  71
Salary Range:  $37,066 - $60,295
Department:  DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL RESOURCES

Division:  STATE LIBRARY
Type of Appointment:  Perm Full-Time
Location:  RALEIGH
Posting Date:  05/23/2007
Closing Date:  06/13/2007
Number of Positions:  1

_Description of Work_ 

Plan, manage, and provide direct support for computer technologies used at the Library for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped (LBPH).  Ensure staff have reliable access to Keystone Library Automation
System (KLAS), Internet resources, Microsoft Office, specialized applications, and local area network
services, such as email.  Administer KLAS System, including Online Public Access Catalog, cataloging,
holdings, circulation, patron services, serials, equipment, and administration modules.  Maintain the digital
recording system meeting national standards.  Install, set up, maintain and troubleshoot local area network,
storage area network, microcomputer hardware and peripherals, software applications and adaptive
technologies, such as braille and speech output and screen enlargement devices.  Advise staff and library
users on access to library online resources using various adaptive technologies.  Maintain and troubleshoot
automated aspects of security system.  Maintain and update the LBPH website.  For internal purposes,
meet ESC requirements as of 6/14/2007.

_Knowledge, Skills and Abilities_

Considerable knowledge of professional library/information science principles, methods, and practices. 
Extensive knowledge of online integrated library systems; bibliographic and authority records; and
relational databases.  Extensive knowledge of LAN, SAN, and microcomputer hardware and software
technology, trends, and issues.  Ability to effectively assess, use, install, maintain and troubleshoot a wide
variety of computer hardware and software, including microcomputer, LAN SAN, digital recording, and
adaptive technologies and library and database software.  Highly-motivated, self-directed individual able to
work in a team environment.  Active listening, effective oral and written communications, and interpersonal
skills required.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with state library staff,
library users, technology vendors, etc.

_Training and Experience Requirements_

A master's degree in library science and one year of experience as a librarian; or graduation from a four-
year college or 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.  Interviewing supervisor is Francine Martin.

_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, and 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.)  Emailed applications for employment are not accepted.

_SEND ALL APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT DIRECTLY TO THE 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 te 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.__