The Library Branch Manager provides leadership in a community library with focus on encouraging visits, circulation, program attendance and use of digital resources. The position manages a staff and is accountable for achieving key results. The position works collaboratively with the management team on programming, services and change initiatives. Management of the facility, grounds and fiscal responsibility are key elements of this position.
The Library Manager reports to the Associate Director of Public Services and manages a team of exempt and non-exempt employees. This position has the overall responsibility for customer service at the branch; resolves escalated issues and addresses problems as they occur. The position works closely with other departments including support services. It builds relationships and partnerships in the community that support and expand library services, programs and events. The Library Manager also networks with peers and professional organizations to stay current on trends in public libraries and in relevant technology. The position provides excellent customer service demonstrating the ability to communicate effectively with people regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, ability level or background.
Benefits & Additional Compensation Info
PCCLD also offers an excellent benefits package including a moving allowance of $3,000 should the successful candidate need to relocate to accept the position.
Additional Info & Requirements
Learn more about the County, the Library District, and the position by consulting the recruitment brochure.
Located 100 miles south of Denver, Pueblo is not just any city in Colorado—it’s an historic and diverse place that has a hometown vibe under big open skies. It’s home to nearly 160,000 residents, and with a median home price of $300,000 and rentals around $950 - $2,000 a month, it’s considered by many to be a very affordable place to live.
Pueblo City-County Library District is an award-winning library district, made up of eight branches, that proudly serves as an integral part of the Pueblo community. We’re motivated by and dedicated to offering friendly, well equipped and maintained facilities, outstanding collections, and well-trained employees who provide expert services. We’re all about encouraging the joy of reading, supporting lifelong learning, and presenting access to information from around the world.
June Garcia, Library Consultant