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Library Collections Manager

Summit County Library

Frisco, Summit County, CO

Application Deadline

Open Until Filled


$2,074.26 to $2,281.69 per Bi-weekly   Calculate


Frisco, CO





Minimum Education

Bachelor's Degree

Library Experience


Supervisory Experience

Not Required

Type of Library


This job is more than 3 weeks old or the application deadline has passed.

Job Description


  • Aligns library resources and budget with the strategic plan
  • Ensures a balanced, quality and relevant collection of library resources through a centralized system for collection development
  • Works with vendors to ensure an efficient system for the distribution of library materials
  • Structures the integrated library system (ILS) interface to meet the needs of the Library
  • Ensures the quality of all ILS and OPAC records (patron, item, bibliographic, and order) • Serves as the Library liaison to the consortium for all modules of the ILS, OPAC and other catalogs
  • Manages interlibrary loan services and Colorado Library Courier • Assists in marketing areas of the collection
  • Provides excellent internal customer service


  • Develops and manages the allocation of the library resources budget
  • Pursues grants and other funding to enhance the Library’s collections


  • Researches and implements innovative library trends
  • Coordinates library resources training for staff and public
  • Maintains a current knowledge of literature, authors and trends using a variety of resources
  • Monitors performance metrics and usage statistics for library services
  • Prepares and interprets statistics to aid decision making

Additional Info & Requirements

Summit County provides an excellent benefit package with this position. For more details please go to:


The Community

Everything about the lifestyle in Summit County, Colorado, celebrates the outdoors. Summit County, Colorado, attractions center on four internationally recognized ski resorts within a 30-minute drive of one another (Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain and Arapahoe Basin) that offer winter snow sports like snowboarding and skiing and summer activities such as hiking, mountain biking and fun parks. 

The winter activities once dominated the region with skiing, snowboarding, ice fishing, snowshoeing, sleigh rides and dog mushing as highlights. Through the mid-1980s, warm weather was more of a siesta season with fishing, hiking and boating among the more popular Summit County summer activities. The ski resorts soon realized that national forests could also host sports such as mountain biking, while other pursuits including off-road ATV tours continued to grow in popularity. The elevations of this high alpine setting range from 7,974 to 14,270 feet above sea level (or 2,430 to 4,349 meters). At this height and amidst so much beauty, the area takes your breath away.


Human Resources / Job Listings

HR Info

Summit County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

If you have questions about the application process, please feel free to call (970) 453-3450 
For more information on the position, please email Stephanie Ralph, Library Director stephanie.ralph@summitcountyco.gov

Posted Feb 24, 2020