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Job Opening at NMSL: Continuing Education Coordinator

***DEADLINE EXTENDED***

The NMSL Development Bureau wants YOU to join our passionate staff of library consultants!NM State Library

We are seeking a Continuing Education Coordinator to add to our team – so if you are an enthusiastic expert on public library service and library professional development, this position is for you.

The Continuing Education Coordinator will seek and manage continuing education opportunities for library staff, board members and volunteers in public libraries statewide, as well as work closely with the Development Bureau team to keep library staff connected and in tune with the latest trends in library service.

The person who takes advantage of this exciting opportunity will:

  • Be a trainer! Identify the training interests and needs of library professionals statewide, and organize learning opportunities;
  • Be an investigator! Monitor trends and seek out new areas of growth to inspire library staff;
  • Be a traveler! The Continuing Education Coordinator will be based at the New Mexico State Library in beautiful, historic Santa Fe and will travel around this scenic state to work with libraries; and
  • Be a leader! Consult, advise, and coach public library staff to implement effective library services that serve their unique communities.

 “OK, I’m intrigued…”

If you have a Master’s Degree from a program accredited to by the American Library Association (or recognized by the appropriate body of another country) with at least two years of experience in performing and providing advanced, effective library services ….then we invite you to apply!

To apply, please visit the New Mexico State Personnel Office website for the official job posting.

For more information on the State of NM application process, click here.

Job closes Tuesday, 06/16/15 11:59 PM Mountain Time.

About Ryanne

Ryanne Cooper, Assistant State Librarian, Bureau Chief of Library Development Services New Mexico State Library, is highly interested in what you are doing at your library! Contact her to share your story.

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