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Employment
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Scenic Regional Library 
Assistant Director of Branch and Adult Services     
Job Description
 
 
GENERAL DESCRIPTION  
The Assistant Director is responsible for oversight of branch services, including direct supervision of Branch Managers. In addition, the position manages and coordinates the system’s adult programming, book discussion groups, and Adult Summer Reading program. The Assistant Director also shares responsibility for the operation of the library district by serving as a member of a management team with the Director and other administrative staff.    
 
HOURS OF WORK  
The Assistant Director is a full-time, exempt position with a minimum of 40 hours per week, typically 8:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday. Work schedule is subject to change according to the needs of the library system, including evening hours and Saturdays. 
 
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS  
MLS from an ALA accredited library sciences program. At least five years of recent, progressively responsible experience in library administrative work and management.  
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
In addition to any other duties as assigned, the Assistant Director of Branch and Adult Services has these specific responsibilities:

     1.    Oversight of branch services, including direct supervision of Branch Managers.
     2.    With the Director, interview candidates and select Branch Managers.
     3.    With the specific Branch Manager, interview candidates and select branch staff.
     4.    Assist Branch Managers with specific personnel issues, including goal setting, discipline or termination,
            in consultation with the Director and Business Manager/Human Resources Manager.
     5.    Assist Branch Managers with responses to patron questions and concerns, making reports
             and referrals as necessary to the Director.
     6.    Identify training needs among branch staff.
     7.    With the Director and other Administrative staff, recommend and plan improvements to branch
            facilities. 
     8.    Maintain active role in evaluating Branch Managers’ performance and utilizes progressive discipline
            as necessary.
     9.    Communicate Branch Manager needs and suggestions to the Director.
     10.  Recommend and implement library policy and procedures; interpret management decisions,
            directives, and policies to Branch Managers.
     11.  Maintain a working knowledge of the policies and procedures of the library district.
     12.  Fulfill duties of Director and in his or her absence.
     13.  Discipline patrons regarding infractions of library policies and procedures including behavior
            such as viewing inappropriate images or language on the public access computers.
     14.  Participate as an Administrative team member in budget development and strategic planning.
     15.  Manage and coordinate adult programming  and events including computer classes and training.
     16.  Represent library at system and community meetings and serve on library system committees.
     17.  Apply for grants for library programs and services, in consultation with the Director.
     18.  Stay up-to-date on professional developments through participation in professional organizations,
            system meetings, workshops, and continuing education opportunities.

 
SKILLS OR KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED
     1. Enthusiasm for working with the public and a wide variety of people.
     2. Strong leadership and supervisory skills.
     3. Well organized and able to effectively prioritize.  
     4. Knowledge of Windows Operating System, spreadsheets, word-processing software, Internet
         browsers, and email.  
     5. Work without direct supervision.  
     6. Excellent communication skills.
     7. Demonstrates creativity, flexibility, and a positive attitude.
     8. Ability to exhibit good judgment and establish effective working relationships with staff and
         colleagues within the library, local government, and vendors.
     9. Valid Missouri driver’s license.
 
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
     1. Maneuver materials, carts, tables and chairs.
     2. Operate computers, printers, copy machines other equipment.  
     3. Communicate with patrons and staff in person, in writing and on the telephone in English.
     4. Stand for up to 4 hours without sitting while presenting or assisting. 
     5. Sit for up to 4 hours while doing work on the computer.
     6. Drive to branch locations or other locations for programming/workshops etc.
 
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
     1. Salary: $55,000-$65,000 starting range, depending on the candidate’s experience and qualifications. 
     2. Benefits:  This position will receive the following paid benefits as detailed in the library’s Personnel Policies:  holidays, sick leave, vacation leave, insurance (health, life and dental), and retirement (LAGERS). The library offers optional dependent health insurance, vision, dental, voluntary life insurance at the employee's cost.
 
APPLY
Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Scenic Regional Library, Attention: Employment, 308 Hawthorne Dr., Union, Missouri, 63084. Application deadline is September 25 at 5:00 PM.
 
 
 
 
 
Scenic Regional Library 
Business and Human Resources Manager     
Job Description
 
 
GENERAL DESCRIPTION  
The Business and Human Resources Manager provides primary oversight for administrative operations in the areas of accounting, finance, purchasing, accounts payable, payroll, and human resources. The position shares responsibility for the operation of the library district by serving as a member of a management team with the Director and other Administrative staff. 
 

HOURS OF WORK  

The Business and Human Resources Manager is a full-time, exempt position with a minimum of 40 hours per week, typically 8:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday.
 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS  

Bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting, finance or related field. Three to five years accounting experience. Experience in governmental accounting preferred. Human resources generalist experience preferred.
 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

In addition to any other duties as assigned, the Business and Human Resources Manager has these specific responsibilities:

      1.   Manage and invest all library funds, as directed by the Library Board.
      2.    Responsible for accounting and financial reporting functions for Library, including
             annual audit.
      3.    Prepares payroll as required following payroll schedule.
      4.    Maintain bookkeeping records; prepare checks for signatures; maintain accounts payable
             including vendor, purchase order, and invoice records; and make bank deposits.
      5.    Assist Library Director with general oversight of operating budget.
      6.    Manage all grant and special project funds, including e-rate.
      7.    Prepare financial reports for the Library Director and Board of Trustees.
      8.    Actively pursue continuing education opportunities, read professional journals and keep
             informed of the latest developments in the field; participate in professional organizations.
      9.    Participate as an Administrative team member in budget development and
             strategic planning.
     10.   Maintain a working knowledge of the policies and procedures of the library district.
     11.   Recommend and implement library policy and procedures, particularly with respect to
             financial matters and human resources, in collaboration with Director,        
             Administrative team, legal counsel and Board of Trustees.
     12.   Develop and maintain job descriptions, personnel classifications, and compensation.
     13.   Coordinate recruitment activities; write and place advertisements, post open positions,
             participate with Director and Assistant Director in screening and interviewing for
             professional and some staff positions; checks references and make recommendations for hiring.
     14.   Prepare all necessary forms and perform administrative functions to activate and
             terminate employees, including new hire paperwork, benefits briefings and forms,
             COBRA information and forms, etc.
     15.  Manage employee benefit programs and act as Benefits Coordinator.
     16.  Maintain personnel records as required by law and Library policies.
     17.  Consult the Library’s legal counsel and other human resource professionals on
            employee issues for the Director and supervisory staff.
     18.  Oversee performance appraisal system. With Administrative team, review appraisal
            system on regular basis for updates.
     19.  Notify supervisors and management when employee evaluations are due and assist
            in the evaluation process.
     20.  Respond in a timely manner to Worker’s Compensation claims and complete required
            worker’s compensation reports in a timely manner. Advise employees with
            work-related injuries and ensure that medical care, when needed, is provided.
     21.  Complete unemployment claims in required time frame and ensure that the Library is
            represented in contested claims.
     22.  Serve as a resource to Library staff and provide a confidential environment for
            employees to discuss personal and work-related issues.
     23.  Ensure that disciplinary issues are handled appropriately.

 

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

       1.   Communicate clearly and effectively.
       2.   Ability to operate computers, printers, copy machines other equipment.
       3.   Good organizational and customer service skills.
       4.   Ability to work independently and self-directed.
       5.   Adapt to changing and evolving procedures, priorities and information technologies.
       6.   Valid Missouri driver’s license.
       7.   Work with computer programs such as QuickBooks and Microsoft Office.
       8.   Knowledge of principles of accounting.
       9.   Superior management skills and a professional attitude.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS  

       1.    Salary: $50,000-$60,000 starting range, depending on the candidate’s experience
              and qualifications.
       2.    Benefits:  This position will receive the following paid benefits as detailed in the library’s Personnel
              Policies:  holidays, sick leave, vacation leave, insurance (health, life and dental), and
              retirement (LAGERS).  The library offers optional dependent health insurance, vision, dental,
              voluntary life insurance at the employee's cost.

 

APPLY  

Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Scenic Regional Library, Attention: Employment, 308 Hawthorne Dr., Union, Missouri, 63084. Application deadline is September 25 at 5:00 PM.