Are you a multi-skilled IT professional with a diverse tech background? Do you have a passion for serving your community and understand the importance of libraries? Then you may have what we are looking for! The Mancos Public Library is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to join our team and fill the position of part-time Technology Manager. Working 25 hours per week, this employee is responsible for ensuring the library’s technology (including hardware, software and online presence) for both members and staff are up to date, accurate, and functioning properly; and that members and staff have appropriate in-person and online training opportunities and troubleshooting resources available. Duties include:
• Troubleshoot and perform basic repairs and routine maintenance of all library hardware and software.
• Develop and periodically evaluate staff technology competencies for all levels. Train & instruct staff members on the use of all library technology, prepare pertinent technology how-to’s for staff reference.
• Maintain and update library website, social media, staff portal and staff email service.
• Plan, lead and evaluate computer, technology & internet workshops and programs and provide office hours for one-on-one technology assistance for patrons & staff.
• Monitor technology collection for outdated material make recommendations for purchases of books, magazines, etc.
• Evaluate website and social media sites and make recommendations for major changes or additions to the Director.
• Assist the Director in planning annual technology expenses and developing budget.
At 7,000 feet elevation Mancos sits on the cusp of magnificent mountains and forests where you can camp, fish, mountain bike and hike. A few miles to the west is Mesa Verde National Park – a World Heritage site. Cliff dwelling home of the Ancestral Puebloans, it brims with spiritual wonder and silent mystery. The town of Mancos is an historic community. The town retains its pride in history with several buildings on the State and National Historic Registers while the downtown business district offers visitors art galleries, top notch dining options, as well as a distillery, a coffee house and one of the oldest continuously operating bars in Colorado. And this is only the beginning. Whatever the season the Mancos River Valley is here to feed the soul. Our ranchers, artists, writers and business people make sure your visit is complete. The Mancos Valley is truly where the old west meets the new.
For questions, additional information (including a full job description), call Lee at (970)533-7600 or email email@example.com.
To apply: submit resume and cover letter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org; via snail mail to Mancos Public Library, P.O. Box 158, Mancos, CO 81328; or in person at 211 W. First St., Mancos.