DATE ENTERED: June 3, 2019
POSITION: Library Assistant Administrator (Material Services)
APPLY BY: June 21, 2019

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT invites applications for:
Job Title: Library Assistant Administrator (Material Services)
Department:  LIBRARY  
Closing Date/Time:  June 21, 2019
Salary:  See Position Description
Job Type: Full-Time
Location:  County-wide

Are you ready for the challenge of managing the workflow and the personnel who catalog and process approximately 100,000 items a year?  Do you have experience documenting cataloging policy and procedures, and implementing them?  If you answer yes to these questions, we invite you to apply for the position of Library Assistant Administrator for Materials Services, with the Prince William Public Library System.
As the Library Assistant Administrator for Materials Services, you will manage and direct all cataloging and processing activities.  In addition, you are a vital part of the Division's Management Team.  Working with our integrated library system, Polaris, you determine the methods used to catalog every type of library material, from audio to digital to dolls and more.  Negotiating with vendors of various library services is another key responsibility, as is the management of the workflow of your units. This position reports directly to the Division Director.

The position is located at the Library's Administrative Support Center in the lower level of the Chinn Park Regional Library.

PREFERENCES: The successful candidate will be a skilled project manager, with an in-depth knowledge of cataloging, and other library support service functions.

SCHEDULE: The Division's core hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, with a 37.5 hour work week.  There are no night or weekend hours associated with this position.

HIRING RANGE:  $55,828.50 - $75,309.00

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

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