Library Operations Supervisor -- Irving Public Library -- Irving, TX
Salary: $60,876.00 - $85,824.00 (progressive over 11 steps)
Opening date: 9/11/2020
Closing date: 9/23/2020
Duties include supervising the activities of the Library's Technology and Business Services work group, operations of the Library's Integrated Library System (ILS), circulation, borrower services, technology products and enhancements; coordinating business processes with branch library staff to ensure consistent and excellent customer service; and advising and assisting in the use of technology systems that support delivery of customer service to the public, such as registration for library cards, identification and checkout of materials for customers using the catalog or online databases and learning products, and use of public computing functions and digital creation technology. This position functions as a member of the Library’s management team by providing recommendations and vision regarding technological innovation for the Library system; serving as the city-wide Irving Connects initiative departmental liaison; and working with Irving Information Technology staff to ensure that library technology systems are synchronized with enterprise-wide systems.
A Master of Library Science degree from an American Library Association accredited college or university or an equivalent graduate degree in a subject area such as Business Management or Information Systems.
Experience: A minimum of three years of public library experience, as well as one year of lead or supervisory public library experience.
Bilingual English/Spanish skills beneficial. Hours will vary and include evenings and weekends.
A résumé must be submitted with application.
Apply online: https://www.cityofirving.org/
Apply in-person: City of Irving
825. W. Irving Blvd.
Irving, Texas 75060
Contact phone #: 972-721-2696
Fax #: 972-721-2582
The City of Irving is situated near Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport with more than 140 international companies currently operating throughout the city. Irving is positioned to be the leading international business center in the US and is a city of tremendous diversity. The Irving Public Library has four locations, all serving unique communities and is nationally known for the North Texas Teen Book Festival, as well as for numerous NEA Big Read and other yearly community reads, for exceptional programming and for innovative partnerships with local schools and city departments. With more than one million items checked out annually, the multi-branch Irving Public Library system serves a community of more than 237,000 residents that is home to one of the most diverse ZIP codes in the nation.