|Supervisor, Technology & Automation|
|Organization: City of Nashua|
This full-time (40 hour) position in the public library includes some evening and weekend hours.
The person in this position manages the library's information systems, manages the technology and electronic resources department budget and expenditures, acts as vendor liaison for electronic databases and software and assists library staff with all manners of computer related issues and training. As a member of our professional staff this person will also stay informed of innovations in the use of technology in library settings and recommends, plans, and implements those that are appropriate. She/he will supervise the information technology department staff and will provide direct customer service 10 hours per week at one of our service desks.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
MLS from an ALA accredited school, minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience administering library systems and technologies. Understand technical trends and developments relevant to public libraries and have the ability to troubleshoot hardware and software problems as well as manage LAN systems. The successful candidate will also have experience in providing reference service to the public and have proven success in completing technology projects in a public library setting.
Training or degree in computer/information technology; familiarity with Sirsi-Dynix products; familiarity with EZ Proxy or other authentication software, experience using Wordpress
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Submit cover letter, applications/resume, and three professional references at:
Applications must be received online by 5 PM on March 1, 2013
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, M/F/H (EMPLOYMENT RECRUITMENT SHALL BE CONSISTENT WITH ALL STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS 1485
Information, Technology & Communication Services|
229 MAIN STREET|
State: New Hampshire
Country: UNITED STATES
| Full-time-Variable Shift|
| Trade and Technical|
$39,842.00 to $53,020.00 Annually
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