Minnesota Libraries Jobline (last updated: 10/30/14)

Note: The Minnesota Libraries Jobline is a place to post jobs for librarians, information specialists and school media specialists in Minnesota and nearby states (and occasionally beyond). It is not a general jobs database. Posting is free of charge.

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Position: Program Manager for Media & Information Services
Library: Moorhead Area Public Schools

Description: The Program Manager for Media and Information services supervises the operations and personnel of District Instructional Materials Center and library media centers in each building, ensuring resources/materials meet the instructional needs and availability needs of both staff and students.

Contact: Sue Winter at swinter@moorheadschools.org or Julie LeRoux at jleroux@moorheadschools.org

Job pays: $72,333 DOE

Starts: January 2, 2015

Apply by: December 1, 2014

Position: Librarian
Library: McNally Smith College of Music

Description: McNally Smith College of Music seeks a creative, technologically adept, service-oriented individual for the role of Librarian in the Library and Learning Commons. This position is 32 hours/week with benefits and is ideal for a self-directed, detail-oriented librarian interested in working in a variety of areas within a very small academic library. Reporting to the Head Librarian, this position offers the unique opportunity to work as part of a two-person team. The Librarian must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, an interest in instructing others in new technologies, and up-to-date knowledge about the rapidly changing digital environment.

The Librarian's roles and responsibilities include:

  • E-resources - Oversees, maintains and integrates the library's website and e-resources. Works with Head Librarian to create innovative face-to-face instructional programming and online tutorials in support of a college-wide digital literacy initiative. Assesses and makes recommendations on the changing technological needs of the library and the systems it supports.
  • Cataloging - Conducts all copy and original cataloging for the library, using AACR2 cataloging format and LCSH and LC Classification systems and prepares materials for circulation.
  • Circulation - Serves as head of circulation services. Oversees and troubleshoots library's information management system. Manages patron records and fines. Maintains course reserve materials. Shares daily circulation responsibilities with Head Librarian and student workers.
  • Supervises student workers - Oversees hiring, training, scheduling and management of student workers at the circulation desk. On call weeknights and weekends to answer student worker questions by phone or cover student worker shifts in emergency situations.
  • Collection development - Develops and maintains library's small serials collection. Works with Head Librarian on developing a diverse and distinct physical and electronic collection of resources that supports and augments the needs of the academic programs
  • Library maintenance - Oversees organization of library's physical collection and maintains library equipment and supplies.
  • Other responsibilities shared with the Head Librarian include creating special programming and displays and generating statistical reports

Minimum Qualifications:
Master's Degree in Library/Information Science from an ALA accredited program

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Supervisory experience
  • Project management experience
  • Cataloging experience
  • Some experience in management and maintenance of library information systems and providing technical support to patrons
  • Basic knowledge of HTML

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to move and/or lift materials up to 25 pounds
  • Regularly required to stand, walk, bend, kneel, reach, climb, balance, and sit
  • Ability to operate a keyboard at efficient speed and typical office equipment, including computer hardware and copy machine

Contact: Complete the application on our jobs site at http://www.mcnallysmith.edu/about-mcnally-smith/careers. You will be asked to provide a cover letter, resume, and transcript from your Masters program. This link will be available until November 9, 2014. We will no longer accept applications after that date.

No phone calls please

McNally Smith College of Music is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation in employment or the provision of services

Job pays:

Starts: Mid-December, 2014

Apply by: 11/09/14

Position: Patient Care Librarian Job
Library: Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse

Description: Job Description: This position plans, manages, and caries out effective delivery of patient education and library services for Mayo Clinic Health System - Franciscan Healthcare. This position will collaborate with colleagues through the Mayo Library System to deliver high quality resources and services consistent with Mayo Clinic Health System (MCHS) strategic direction. Takes a broad, proactive role in planning for and assuring that patient education needs and library services are met and consistently provided in the MCHS Southwest Wisconsin Region and enterprise-wide in collaboration with librarian and patient educator colleagues on the Mayo Campuses.

Basic Qualifications: Master's degree in education, library science, or other Masters or advanced degree related to the position from an accredited graduate program is required. Position requires two years' experience as a librarian or comparable professional library experience and experience or education in the delivery of patient education in a health care setting.

Contact: http://www.mayo-clinic-jobs.com/job/La-Crosse-Patient-Care-Librarian-Job-WI-54601/226946000/

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Position: Branch Manager
Library: Bemidji Public Library

Description: Branch Manager, BemidjiPublic Library, member of Kitchigami Regional Library System, a 5 coounty consolidated regional public library system in north central Minnesota. Kitchigami includes 9 branch libraries, a mobile library and Triple I Automation System. Bemidji serves over 30,000 people with 8 FTE staff. Bemidji has a well-support public school district and Bemidji State University. The library is actively involved in children's and heeitage programming.

Qualifications include good communication skills, dedication to public service, experience with staff development and personnel skills, fiscal management and experience with local government. MLS from an ALA accredited school required plus supervisory experience, preferably in a library environment. Library technology experience an asset. Reports to the regional library director.

Contact: Marian F.Ridge, Director Kitchigami Regional Library
310 2nd St. N., P.O. Box 84
Pine River, MN 56474

Job pays: $43,264 negotiable with benefits

Starts: 11/17/2014

Apply by: open

Position: Learning & Development Coordinator
Library: Hennepin County Library

Department of Human Resources
Hennepin County Government Center
300 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55487

INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF: Learning & Development Coordinator

An Equal Opportunity Employer
SALARY: $51,929.28 - $80,726.88 Annually
OPENING DATE: 10/10/14
CLOSING DATE: 10/31/14 5:00 PM Central Time
JOB TYPE: Full-time
LOCATION: 12601 Ridgedale Drive, Minnetonka, Minnesota

THE POSITION: Hennepin County envisions an organization where our commitment to diversity is fundamental in providing excellent service to our community.

Hennepin County Diversity Policy
The Hennepin County Library (HCL) system, nationally recognized as one of the top libraries in the United States, serves more than one million residents of the city of Minneapolis and suburban Hennepin County. The 41 library system offers more than 5 million books, CDs and DVDs, materials in more than 40 languages, 1800 public computers and extensive websites.

HCL is currently seeking a Learning & Development Coordinator to provide leadership for HCL regarding Learning & Development. This person will conduct on-going Library learning and development needs assessments, determine learning and development tools and approaches and coordinate education and learning opportunities to Library staff for successful job performance. This person will also be responsible for identifying internal and external training opportunities and supporting management in the identification of training needs.

The primary duties and responsibilities of this position include:

  • Create and support a learning environment in the Library based on both the organization's and individual's needs
  • Partner with the Library's leadership teams to define learning needs and design library-wide learning and development programs and courses to meet staff needs
  • Conduct ongoing needs assessment; assess learning and development needs through surveys, interviews, focused conversations and consultations
  • Identify learning and development opportunities to equip staff with the knowledge, practical skills and motivations to successfully carry out goals and objectives
  • Select, develop and coordinate specialized training to Library divisions utilizing a mix of eLearning, classroom and on-site methods
  • Provide customers learning and development solutions for the Library
  • Formulate and manage different types of learning and development delivery
  • Serve as department expert in learning tools and application
  • Conduct evaluations of learning and development programs and develop recommendations to improve effectiveness

Best Qualified Candidates will have:

  • One of the following:
    • Master's degree or higher in library science (from an ALA-accredited college/university), adult education, human resource development, business administration, or other field appropriate to the position PLUS three years of experience in general administrative work relating to the departmental/organizational operations or in a specialty area appropriate to the position
    • Bachelor's degree in adult education, human resource development, business administration, or other field appropriate to the position PLUS four years of experience in general administrative work relating to the departmental/organizational operations or in a specialty area appropriate to the position
  • Approved equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience with design and management of learning opportunities
  • Ability to further the mission, vision and goals of Hennepin County and Hennepin County Library
  • Customer focus, strategic business partnering and understanding of organizational culture
  • Experience collaborating with other departments, community groups or agencies to coordinate services
  • Excellent group facilitation, communication and consulting skills
  • Understanding of other cultures and commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion
  • Experience managing complex projects and implementation across multiple locations while working in a large organization
  • Ability to build trusting relationships
  • Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
  • Advanced knowledge of public speaking, professional writing and presentation skills

Invitations to interview will be based upon an assessment of education and experience. If you need assistance to actively participate in the employment process, please email us at HR.ServiceCenter@hennepin.us or call us at 612.348.7855.

Hennepin County provides equal access to employment, programs and services without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sex (except when sex is a Bona Fide Occupational Qualification), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, public assistance or national origin. If you believe you have been discriminated against, contact the Human Resources Department, A-400 Government Center, Minneapolis, MN 55487, 612.348.7855 APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AND FILED ONLINE AT:
Hennepin County Government Center
300 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55487

Contact: 612-348-7855

Job pays: $51,929.28 - $80,726.88 Annually

Starts: ASAP

Apply by: 10/31/14

Position: Library Division Manager(s)
Library: Hennepin County Library

Description: THE POSITION: Hennepin County envisions an organization where our commitment to diversity is fundamental in providing excellent service to our community.

Hennepin County Diversity Policy: Hennepin County Library (HCL) system, nationally recognized as one of the top libraries in the United States, serves more than one million residents of the city of Minneapolis and suburban Hennepin County. The 41 library system offers more than 5 million books, CDs and DVDs, materials in more than 40 languages, 1600 public computers and extensive websites.

Our mission is to nourish minds, transform lives and build community together. The Hennepin County Library Staff, Board and Community envision a future where library services ensure every person has the opportunity and resources to read, graduate, engage, work and learn.

HCL is currently seeking two Division Managers. Division Managers participate in the management and direction of the Hennepin County Library System as a member of the Library's Executive, Senior and Management Teams.

The Strategic Division Manager will provide leadership for initiatives that impact all areas of the organization and will be responsible for the Library's Strategic Plan including the Library Services Strategy: hours, services, staffing and buildings; facilitating staff engagement and communication across the organization; capital projects; and ensuring we are embracing the County's core values.

The primary duties and responsibilities of the Strategic Services Division Manager position include:

  • Participate in the management and direction of the Hennepin County Library system as a member of the Library's Executive, Senior and Management teams
  • Interact with Hennepin County Administration, the Board of Commissioners and the Library Board
  • Provide leadership, direction and management for strategic services in 41 urban and suburban libraries
  • Coordinate, lead and administer the development, implementation and evaluation of services and staff models, change management, diversity, inclusion and innovation
  • Manage, analyze and evaluate library's present usage and anticipate future needs to ensure the provision of high quality services to a broad range of diverse Hennepin County residents
  • Provide leadership in the expansion of existing libraries and new construction
  • Oversee policy development, statistical measurement, and program and service outcomes
  • Foster a customer-focused environment with awareness of trends that effect emerging needs of both individual and communities of customers
  • Implement the most efficient, cost-effective methods of public service delivery
  • Provide leadership and support for the county's Diversity and Respectful workplace policies
  • Facilitate staff communications and engagement across the organization

The Resource Services Division Manager will oversee the Library's collection of over five million items and the Library's system and online services.

The primary duties and responsibilities of the Library Resources Division Manager position include:

  • Participate in the management and direction of the Hennepin County Library system as a member of the Library's Executive, Senior and Management teams
  • Interact with Hennepin County Administration, the Board of Commissioners and the Library Board
  • Develop strategies and overall management of division that includes long-range planning for technology and collection
  • Oversee the implementation of the Library's digitization and preservation program
  • Set standards and measures for library technology and collections that ensure Hennepin County Library is a premier library system in the country
  • Administer workflow improvements for collection and technical services operations
  • Oversee the implementation of Division-related Library Board policies
  • Work in partnership with County Information Technology Department to integrate overall technology direction, plans and innovations
  • Lead major cross-divisional library initiatives that engage staff, build capacity and further the mission and vision of Hennepin County and Hennepin County Library
  • Analyze and present options for library development opportunities in conjunction with the capital plan

Best Qualified Candidates will have:

  • A master's degree in library science (from an ALA-accredited college/university), business, public administration, education or closely related degree
  • Four or more years of professional library experience (of which at least two must have been in administration or supervision)
  • Ability to:
    • Further the mission, vision and goals of Hennepin County and HCL
    • Work successfully and communicate effectively with governing boards, elected officials, administrators, labor leadership, staff and community groups
    • Set work objectives and priorities, and to evaluate division performance and results
    • Develop and strengthen the skills and capacity of managers and supervisors
  • Experience collaborating with other departments, community groups or agencies to plan services and develop policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • Strategic knowledge and understanding of the emerging library and information technologies and trends
  • Experience preparing and developing budgets
  • Management experience working in a large organization managing complex projects and implementation across multiple locations
  • Excellent public speaking, professional writing and presentation skills

A resume and cover letter are required to be attached as part of this application.

Invitations to interview will be based on assessment of education and experience.

Contact: www.hennepin.jobs

Job pays: $70,514.08 - $110,768.32 Annually

Starts: asap

Apply by: 10/31/14

Position: Alma Library Part-time Director/Librarian
Library: Alma Public Library

Description: Position: Part-time Director/Librarian
Library: City of Alma
Now Hiring Part-time Director/Librarian for the City of Alma The City of Alma seeks a dynamic, energetic, and creative person with a strong dedication to customer service to become our Library Director. Alma Library is a successful library serving approximately 3500 residents along the beautiful Mississippi River and surrounding rural areas. The Library Director is responsible for the development and implementation of library strategies, policies and procedures for delivering services, and maintaining a welcoming environment in support of the mission and goals of the library. This individual must also possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to administer library services within a budget, and the desire to work with community officials and citizens to ensure that community library service needs are met.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manages and supervises library operations
  • Coordinates the library program with other city departments and outside organizations such as the school district, historical society, and community based groups
  • Provides leadership and direction in the development of short and long range library plans
  • Gathers, interprets, and prepares data for studies, reports and recommendations
  • Determines work procedures, prepares work schedules, and expedites workflow
  • Communicates official plans, policies and procedures to staff, the public, and city officials
  • Prepares and administers budget for all areas under the library department
  • Coordinates library development and fundraising
  • Promotes interest in library programs Desired Minimum Qualifications:
  • Previous library and customer service experience
  • Valid state driver's license or the ability to travel to library meetings and conferences in the region, state, or nation

Desired Skills, Knowledge, & Abilities:

  • Thorough knowledge of principles and practices of modern library systems and programs
  • Thorough knowledge of library collection classification and selection techniques
  • Knowledge of equipment and facilities required in a comprehensive library system
  • Proven leadership skills and the ability to plan, organize, coordinate and implement a comprehensive library system
  • Extensive communication skills and the ability to communicate on a variety of platforms (verbally, via email, via social media, etc.)
  • Skill in operation of computers; including website design and publishing, word processing and database management software
  • Knowledge of current trends and developments in the library field, including technology developments
  • Considerable knowledge of children's, young adult and adult literature and online resources
  • Ability to analyze library service in relation to the needs of the community and to redirect services consistent with changing public needs and library policy
  • Ability to coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, other agencies, and the public
  • Ability to work a minimum of 25 hours per week, with a regular work shift during library hours on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  • Flexibility to work additional days, evenings, and weekends as needed

How to Apply: To apply for the Alma Library Director/Librarian position, submit a cover letter, resume (indicating education, certification and experience), and 3-5 references to: almalibrarydirector@gmail.com.

Contact: almalibrarydirector@gmail.com

Job pays: Competitive, includes benefits (DOE) Starting date: Mid-November

Starts: Mid-November

Apply by: Applications will close upon the hiring of a suitable candidate.

Position: Automation Systems Librarian
Library: Traverse des Siooux Library Cooperative

Description: The Automation Systems Librarian is responsible for the effective management and operation of the regional library automation system, regional telecommunications network, & computer hardware & software applications in academic and public libraries in nine south central counties of Minnesota.

  • Serves as systems administrator for regional automation and provides overall project planning and management.
  • Coordinates the planning, migration, implementation and evaluation of the regional automation system.
  • Assists member libraries with planning and integration of new technologies for library services.
  • Performs administrative functions as it relates to the regional automation system, working with the annual budget, suggesting cost-saving solutions, and providing regular automated services reports.
  • In coordination with the administration, hires, supervises and evaluates technical services staff.
  • Develops, coordinates and provides automation training for staff, including development of training materials and handbook.
  • Coordinates library staff and vendors to investigate, trouble shoot and resolve automation system's hardware and software problems. Handles emergencies as required. Organizes and directs system help desk activities.
  • Acts as liaison with automation system (iii), vendor.
  • Works with system and member library staff to develop and coordinate automated library services policies and procedures.
  • Works with cataloging department to develop and maintain database quality and authority control.
  • Helps represent Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative at state, regional, and national meetings and conferences.
  • Participates in appropriate professional organizations, attends continuing education opportunities and keeps current with library automation trends.
  • Consults with administration on automation budget and other departmental decisions.
  • Cooperates with administration, regional staff, Board of Trustees and Advisory Board in performing responsibilities essential to the success of library automation and the TdS system.

Contact: Connie Haugen
HR Generalist
(507) 386-3022

Job pays: $55,000 - $65,000 + benefits

Starts: November 2014

Apply by: October 31, 2104

Position: Technical Services/Electronic Resources Librarian
Library: Greenawalt Library/Northwestern Health Sciences University

Description: Oversee activities of the Technical Services Department (including electronic resources) and maintain the integrated library system. Ensure access to the library's physical and electronic collections.

Contact: Apply online at http://nwhealth.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-622997.html

Job pays: DOQ

Starts: October 2014

Apply by: Open until filled

Position: Associate Librarian
Library: Walden University Library

Description: Walden University offers online graduate and undergraduate degree programs in Education, Business, Health, Nursing, and the social and behavioral sciences. The University Library is seeking a professional to join us as a Librarian. This position is based in Minneapolis, MN.

The Librarian contributes to reference, instruction, and collection development. Job duties include:

  • Reference: Providing reference service to Walden students, faculty, and staff by phone and email 20 hours week.
  • Instruction: 10 hours a week providing instruction in library skills and information literacy including:
    • Creating and maintaining online media such as guides, multimedia and static tutorials, videos, podcasts, and knowledge base answers.
    • Planning, leading and assessing group instruction, such as online webinars and live, face-to-face presentations
    • Advising students individually at residencies and in literature review appointments
    • Working with course developers to incorporate information literacy into Walden courses, including needs assessment, assignment review, and the creation of course, assignment, and topic guides.

Other Duties Including:

  • Keeping current and involved in current trends and developments in the fields of librarianship, online higher education, reference services, information literacy, and information technology.
  • Actively participating in governance projects and initiatives as a member of working groups, committees or functional teams in the library and the Center for Student Success.
  • May act as a liaison to one or more of the University Colleges and/or programs
  • Travel may be required for this position: approximately one trip per quarter of 5 days' duration.
  • Sunday-Thursday or Tuesday-Saturday schedule: one 1-9pm weekday required.


  • Master of Library Science/Master of Library Information Science from an ALA accredited institution
  • At least one year of online academic library reference experience including email, IM or web
  • Experience searching the major academic databases
  • Expert-level research ability in online databases
  • Experience teaching information literacy skills including the use of online databases
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Commitment to advocating for the learning and development needs of students earning their degrees in a distance learning environment.
  • Excellent leadership, communication, team participation, team building, and human relation skills.
  • Ability to work with individuals from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds in a collaborative manner.
  • Ability to creatively solve problems.
  • Ability to write effectively in both business and academic styles.
  • Experience with distance learning preferred.
  • Experience in a virtual organization preferred.

Apply at: http://www.waldenu.edu/careers

Contact: Apply at: http://www.waldenu.edu/careers

Job pays: Commensurate with experience.

Starts: As soon as possible

Apply by: Open until filled

Position: Branch Manager - (Library Associate II)
Library: Moorhead Public Library

Description: Summary: This is advanced and specialized paraprofessional work with supervisory responsibilities. Work is performed independently within established guidelines and under the general direction of the Hub Supervisor.

Essential Duties:

  • Supervises and trains staff for public service operations, including: borrower registration, check in/out and shelving of materials, holds, over dues, daily accounting for cash receipts, computer/print management, marketing of materials, retrieval of items requested by branch customers (Paging List), and assists in developing related policies and procedures.
  • Participates in direct public service; assists customers in selecting and locating library materials, provides reader guidance; answers reference questions and assists customers in using reference sources, both print and electronic. Plans, assigns, directs and reviews work of subordinate staff, volunteers, and community service workers; substitutes for staff as necessary; prepares performance evaluations and conducts formal and informal counseling; evaluates and rates employees' performance.
  • Hires, discharges, disciplines and adjusts employee grievances in conjunction with Hub Supervisor, Regional Director and HR Director.
  • Mediates and resolves customer complaints and concerns.
  • Develops and oversees programming designed to promote the library, reading, and information literacy.
  • Manages all library equipment: photocopies, microfilm reader-printer, computers, and scanners. May manage telephone and security systems, monitors and requisitions supplies.
  • Supervises the delivery of library materials and programs to homebound customers, senior centers and nursing homes.
  • Monitors public areas for neatness, proper location of materials, and general appearance.
  • Compiles and verifies data for statistical reports.
  • Participates in Regional Library committees, teams and projects.
  • Manages building facility in the absence of the Hub Supervisor.
  • Other duties consisting of similar or related tasks or of a logical work assignment to the position as directed by the Hub Supervisor and the Regional Library Director.
  • Participates in collection selection and deselection in conjunction with the Collection Development Librarian.


  • Knowledge of standard library principles and procedures to include circulation procedures and information retrieval.
  • Current Supervisory skills.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public and other staff members.
  • Ability to successfully mediate solutions with difficult customers.
  • Ability to supervise and train subordinate personnel conducive to full performance and high morale.
  • Ability to plan, organize and complete daily work and special projects efficiently and effectively.
  • Strong commitment to excellent public and customer service.
  • Ability to interact and communicate with all ages in a pleasant and effective manner.
  • Independent judgment and initiative are required in applying library policies and in training and supervising personnel.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function.


  • 4-year degree from a college or university.
  • Customer Service experience preferred.
  • Two or more years of successful experience as a supervisor.
  • Knowledge of a wide variety of books on many subjects.
  • Proficiency with computers and information technology.

Language Ability: Able to understand and follow oral and written instructions in English and communicate well both orally and in writing.

Certificates and Licenses: Valid driver's license required.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises Library Assistants, Library Associates and volunteers.

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Position requires the ability to stoop, reach, lift, retrieve and replace library materials and equipment and lift materials over 40 pounds, as well as move quickly throughout the building.

Specific vision abilities required are Close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

The fingers are used to handle, feel and for keyboarding.

Occasional travel to other sites within the multi-county regional system and within the State of Minnesota required.

Working Conditions: This is a full-time salaried, exempt position requiring some evening/weekend hours. Place of employment is the Moorhead Branch with occasional travel to other branch libraries as required.

Benefits include: Paid single health and life insurance; paid holiday, vacation & sick leave; optional dental, vision, and AFLAC insurance options; optional deferred compensation plan; flexible spending plan; enrollment in Minnesota Public Employees Retirement plan (PERA); F.I.C.A. Six-month orientation period.

- See more at: http://larl.org/about/careers/branch-manager-moorhead-library-associate-ii/#sthash.xoPZ1ZyD.dpuf

Contact: Application forms are required and should be submitted to: HR - Lake Agassiz Regional Library, 118 5th St. S., Moorhead, MN 56560, E-mail: larlhr@larl.org Fax: 218-233-7556. Applications accepted until the position is filled.

Job pays:

Starts: As soon as possible

Apply by: As soon as possible