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Coordinator of Information Technology Services, Thomas Crane Public Library (Quincy)

General Statement of Duties:

The Coordinator of Information Technology Services manages all aspects of system-wide technology, including the design, deployment and maintenance of the library’s computer systems, and administers all data networks and telecommunications; Evaluates current and emerging technologies and develops technology plans to meet community needs; Facilitates and supports the integration of technology into library services.



Essential Job Functions:

●       Manages a 150+ device data network in four physical locations, including public time and print management systems, servers, devices and peripherals, software, data collection and data backups.

●       Manages help desk functions and responds to support requests in a timely fashion.

●       Manages media technology and services, including presentation equipment, sound and assisted listening systems, and video gaming platforms.

●       Assists in orienting the public to new technology equipment and services.

●       In collaboration with other library staff, develops public services and programming related to technology, including maker and STEAM activities.

●       Instructs and supports staff in the operation and basic maintenance of technology equipment.

●       Develops an annual technology plan and budget in collaboration with library administration.

For complete job description, visit http://thomascranelibrary.org/jobs.

Qualifications

●       M.L.S. from an ALA-accredited library school and a demonstrated commitment to continuing professional education

●       Undergraduate or graduate level coursework in computer science or information technology an asset

●       Three years of successful related work experience with infrastructure, desktop, and security administration in a library or similar environment

●       Extensive knowledge of library technology and web-based products and services

●       Working knowledge of all Windows operating systems and applications, Active Directory, group policies, and SaaS

●       Two years of experience providing direct technology support to users

●       Two years of experience as a supervisor or team leader

●       Strong leadership ability, including initiative, creativity, and flexibility

●       Demonstrated project management skills, including the ability to establish priorities, plan short- and long-term objectives, handle multiple competing priorities, assign and follow up on tasks, and meet reasonable deadlines

Full/Part Time

Full Time

Education

MLS/Masters

Salary

Salary $68,783 - $79,700 with generous benefits

Closing Date

Preference given to applications received by September 6, 2019.

How to Apply

To apply, send cover letter and resume to Assistant Director Clayton Cheever (ccheever@ocln.org).

Posted

2019-07-29 |  Quick link to this job