Do you have the soul of a librarian, the heart of an activist, the mind of an educator, and the spine of a Navy SEAL? Do you want to work in a library where you make a meaningful contribution every day? Do you want to work in a community where over eighty percent of residents visit your library regularly? Do you want opportunities to use your skills and talents as a librarian creatively, ethically, and enthusiastically? Do you want a job that can launch or enhance a great career in librarianship?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, a correctional library
may be the place for you!
The Colorado Department of Corrections has just announced multiple FTE Library Technician II positions, with first vacancies in Rifle and Cañon City. With guidance from a Regional Librarian, these positions serve adult male and/or female offenders in facilities across the state ranging from security levels I (minimum) through V (maximum). Library Technician IIs assist in the daily operations of correctional facility libraries by providing public/school type (not law) library service.
For information about minimum qualifications, job duties and directions on how to apply, see the full announcement at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/colorado/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=360645.
For more information, contact Diana Reese, Institutional Library Development Coordinator, at 303-866-6341 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Walden, Correctional Libraries Senior Consultant, at 719-371-4596 ; email@example.com.
Diana Reese, Coordinator
Institutional Library Development
Colorado State Library
201 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80203
What’s Next?! Your future. Libraries help get you there.
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