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Library Director

Clearview Library District


Application Deadline

Apply By Jul 7th, 2024


$127,000.00 per Year   Calculate


Windsor, CO





Minimum Education

Master's Degree

Library Experience


Supervisory Experience


Type of Library


Job Description

Under broad policy guidance and direction from the Library Board, the Library Director:

  • Provides leadership and vision to fulfill the mission of the Library District
  • Implements policies and directives of the Board of Trustees and supports the Board’s governance and fiduciary responsibilities.
  • Is responsible for all operations of the District including Human Resources, Finance, IT, Technical Services, Customer Service, Communication, Facilities, and Public Services which includes Children’s Services, Teen Services, Adult Services, and Mobile Services.
  • Performs professional and administrative duties in planning, developing, implementing, and directing public library services.

Benefits & Additional Compensation Info

In addition, a robust benefits package will be provided that includes annually:

  • 4 weeks vacation
  • 4 floating holidays
  • 7 paid holidays
  • 2 personal days
  • 12 sick days
  • Participation in Colorado PERA. The employee contribution is 9% and the employer contribution is 14.76%. Employees are vested after completing 5 years of service.
  • Paid life insurance
  • Paid disability insurance
  • Fully paid health, dental, and vision insurance for the employee and 25% health insurance for spouse and children
  • Wellness benefit

The Community

The Clearview Library District is made up of three distinctive “front range” communities, Windsor, Severance, and West Greeley, that all reflect the beauty and outdoor adventure that are hallmarks of Colorado life. The area is located on the high plains of Colorado, approximately an hour from the Rocky Mountains, and the panoramic views are majestic.

The Library District map mirrors the Weld RE-4 School District, known for quality education and innovative programs. The School District consistently outperforms the state average on standardized tests and the graduation rate is among the highest in Colorado. The three communities are highly engaged in supporting the school district through seven neighborhood elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools, (located in Windsor and in Severance), along with two charter schools.

 Outdoor recreation is a big attraction to the growing population of Colorado. Beautiful lakes, hiking trails, biking, wildlife experiences, and wide-open spaces make living in Colorado communities the choice for families and young professionals alike. The area is particularly known for bird watching at the Windsor Reservoir along the Colorado Birding Trail. The Poudre River Trail highlights the historical sites, natural resources of the area, and beautiful Northern Colorado vistas from Grove Regional Park in Greeley to the Colorado Highway 392 in Windsor.

Youth sports, multi-generational fitness activities, senior activities, community meals, and more are offered by the Community Recreation Center. The Arts and Heritage Center, The Centennial Village Museum, the Colorado Model Railroad Museum, the Windsor-Severance Fire Museum, and cultural events abound to celebrate the history, art, and culture of the communities. Proximity to Boulder, Denver, and Fort Collins enables these three communities to maintain a small-town quality of life with big-city airports, healthcare, and employment close at hand.


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Posted Jun 10, 2024