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Job DescriptionPurpose of the Position: This position is at the New Mexico State Library, in the Development Services Bureau. Development Services supports the growth and sustainability of public libraries in New Mexico. Its purpose is to coordinate an effective and continuously improving continuing education program that provides regular, proactive, and responsive training events (including core librarian competency skills) librarians and library workers throughout the state. This position also offers general consulting to libraries by providing library management and best practices information to clients, supplying advice and information. Bargaining Unit Position: This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement and all terms/conditions of that agreement apply and must be adhered to. Work Environment: Driving, bending, lifting, standing, sitting, reaching. Must drive a vehicle. Frequent instate travel with occasional overnight stays. Works for hours at a time on a computer. State agency must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Additional Info & RequirementsTo apply for this job: Go to the State of New Mexico’s Personnel Office website at http://www.spo.state.nm.us/ • Click on State Job Openings • Click on Apply for a Job • You will see all listings for current job openings. Look for the listing dated 1/17/07 - LIBRARIAN-A /Continuing Ed. Coord./CULTURAL AFFAIRS (Job ID 4929) • Select this listing, and follow the steps below. 1. Click the [Apply Now] button. 2. Please apply by: February 6, 2007 3. Cutting and pasting a resume in Word will assure that your resume will come through on the new system, or you may complete the Work Experience section. 4. There are a series of questions that are different for every job. In order to receive full consideration for all your qualifications, be sure to answer all questions (do not skip any). 5. If a veteran or a disabled veteran, be sure to send your DD214 to: NM State Personnel Office, Applicant/Intake Section, 2600 Cerrillos Road, P. O. Box 26127, Santa Fe, NM 87505. If you receive confirmation of your veteran or disabled veteran status, please reapply for the position and indicate that you received confirmation. You will only need to submit your documents one time. 6. Remember there is no hard copy application. If you submit a resume directly to an agency and don't apply on-line, your application will not include the questionnaire answers for inclusion on the ranked list. 7. The hiring agency accepts substitutions under the required education and/or experience fields for this position . OR An applicant's additional experience and/or education may be considered in meeting the requirements for the position listed.
The CommunityAgency Mission & Description: The New Mexico State Library is part of the Department of Cultural Affairs. Created in 1978 by the New Mexico Legislature, the Department of Cultural Affairs represents New Mexico's dedication to preserving and celebrating the cultural integrity and diversity of our state. The Department is an umbrella agency which oversees the Museum of New Mexico system (Palace of the Governors, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts & Culture), New Mexico Museum of Space History in Alamogordo, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in Albuquerque, New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces, National Hispanic Cultural Center, State Library, New Mexico Arts and Historic Preservation Division. The Department is directed by the Secretary, who is appointed by the Governor. The agency has some 550 employees spread throughout its nine divisions, with another 1,000 or so volunteers putting in more than 70,000 hours annually.
Posted Jan 18, 2007