County Librarian

Admin
Full-time
Yolo County
10/07/2022
jenny.brown@yolocounty.org
(530) 666-8328
(530) 666-8049

The County of Yolo is currently recruiting for the County Librarian position.  The County Librarian is responsible for managing and directing a balanced county library system that includes a comprehensive program of library services.  The ideal candidate should also be a visionary, collaborative leader who is an excellent communicator, positive, authentic, respectful, inclusive, approachable, and demonstrates the ability to cultivate and sustain relationships.   The County Librarian will also need to be an effective advocate both for the needs of the public as well as for the staff who are serving the public.  Candidates who have recent public library experience as well as experience with building projects will be well served by that background in this capacity.  Key personal   characteristics also include self-awareness, diplomacy, patience, enthusiasm, and tireless energy for the mission of the Library.  The successful candidate will also demonstrate a   sensitivity to social justice, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, regional issues, appreciate the diversity of Yolo County, and be deeply committed to Library Services, the County, and the communities that are served by the Library. 

For more information about this exciting position, please click here to print out the recruitment brochure OR visit our "Job Opportunities" page at www.yolocounty.org.  This recruitment will be open on a continuous basis with the first review of resumes occurring on Friday, October 14th. To apply for this exciting career opportunity, please submit a letter of interest, detailed resume, and a list of references via U.S mail or email to:
Jenny Brown, Senior Personnel Analyst
Yolo County Human Resources
625 Court Street, Room 101
Woodland, California 95695
Email: jenny.brown@yolocounty.org
 

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