Want to work in beautiful Juneau?
The Alaska State Library is looking for an outgoing individual to work with our team of librarians on an active program of services and outreach to State of Alaska employees. The successful applicant will be the primary liaison for the Departments of Education and Early Development, Environmental Conservation, Fish & Game and Natural Resources. Additionally the position provides up to 10 hours each week of public desk work.
About a quarter of this position's time is dedicated to supervising a 15% federal documents depository program. The Alaska State Library is a recognized leader in the acquisition and management of digital government information and is a participant in the GPO LOCKSS DOCS pilot project. Alaska has seven Federal Depository Libraries and the successful applicant will be encouraged to explore new avenues to work with them to provide Alaskans better access to federal government information.
The Alaska State Library is located in downtown Juneau and is a member of the Capital City Libraries consortium.
For more information on the Division of Libraries, Archives and Museums and our mission, please review the following web site: http://www.eed.state.ak.us/lam/home.html
Employment with the State of Alaska includes competitive benefits such as medical, dental, vision and life insurance, eleven (11) paid holidays annually, two (2) daysâ€™ personal leave accrual monthly, two (2) retirement plans and other optional benefits. For more information regarding these benefits, please review the following web site:
For full listing and application, please see Workplace Alaska at http://workplace.alaska.gov/ and look for the Librarian I posting.