DATE ENTERED: June 13, 2018
POSITION: Library Administrator
APPLY BY: 7/12/18 11:59 P.M.

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT invites applications for:
Job Title: Library Administrator
Department:  LIBRARY  
Closing Date/Time:  7/12/18 11:59 P.M.
Salary:  See Position Description
Job Type: Full-Time
Location:  County-wide

Are you interested in transitioning the busiest library in the Prince William Public Library System into a 21st Century model of innovation? 

The Library Administrator position is ideal for a leader with strong management skills who is ready to help implement our newly completed strategic plan. Chinn Park Regional Library has undergone two minor building renovations in 3 years, each time expanding and enhancing patron spaces. In addition, a successful Friends group supports our robust branch programming.

As the Library Administrator in a regional library, you will oversee the daily operations of all facets of public services in your branch. Duties include supervision, budget oversight, facilities management, and communication with internal and external stakeholders, promoting excellent customer service.

As part of the Public Services Management Team, you will have the ability to affect the future of library services and effect culture and organizational change.  Come join a team that offers excellent benefits, opportunities for professional development.

PREFERENCES: The successful candidate will have a proven track record of personnel management, experience with budgets, managing operations within a facility, excellent customer service skills, and an understanding of 21st Century public library trends and best practices.

SCHEDULING: Chinn Park Regional Library is open 7 days a week, year round, so flexible scheduling is required.

HIRING RANGE: $62,029.50 - $83,674.50  

For more information on the Prince William Public Library click here:


Prince William County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports workforce diversity.

Prince William County determines the legal employment status of all County employees by utilizing a two-step process. Document verification is the first step of the process which is required of all employers as set forth in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. The second step in our process is E-Verify, an Internet-based system made available by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration. This system permits the County to electronically confirm legal employment status of all new hires.