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Library Director, New Braintree Public Library (New Braintree)

The New Braintree Public Library is seeking a Library Director to lead our small library’s growth in new and engaging services for our community.

The director is responsible for all phases of library operations and services in accordance with the policies established by the Board of Library Trustees.  The director works closely with the board in an advisory capacity for all library matters as well as relevant issues at the regional, state, and federal level.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to collection development and maintenance, information and computer technology services, and promoting the use of the library through social media, advertising, displays, talks, and community events.  The position is directly accountable to the Board of Library Trustees.


The position requires a BA or BS or ALA accredited MLS or MLIS.  If no ALA accreditation, State Certification of Librarianship from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners or willingness to obtain said certification, familiarity with C/W MARS, strong communication and IT/technical skills, enthusiasm, and self-motivation, an appreciation of the role the library plays in a community, and an enjoyment of people of all ages.  Position is part-time: 10 - 15.5 hours a week with some evening and Saturday hours. The selected candidate will be expected to attend training workshops on library skills and Board of Trustees meetings.

Full/Part Time

Part Time




$11,760.00  / year

Salary Notes

Part time - 10 to 15.5 hours per week, annual stipend currently set at $11,760.00, no benefits

Closing Date

August 22, 2022

How to Apply

Send letter of application, resume, and three work-related references to Christine Maio, Trustee Chair, New Braintree Public Library, 45 Memorial Drive, New Braintree, MA  01531 by August 22, 2022. 


2021-05-28 |  Quick link to this job