Digital Theater Presentation

Victor Farmington Library held a Digital Theater Workshop for children in grades 2-6 over the last two Saturdays.
This Saturday, July 29, will be the premiere of their production, "The Big Orange Splot."
This is a short video about a man who decides to be creative and make his own unconventional choices.
The video features student voices and illustrations. It is based on a book by the same title by Daniel Manus Pinkwater.

Position Open – Adult Services Librarian

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ADULT SERVICES LIBRARIAN

     The Victor Farmington Library in Victor, NY seeks a full time Adult Services Librarian.  The person holding this position reports to the library director and coordinates the design and implementation of adult programs and services for library patrons and the community, including use of STEM/STEAM technologies for community education and use.  Hours are 37.5 hours per week, including evenings and weekends, depending on the needs of the library.

General statement of responsibilities: 

  • Plan and prepare adult and technology programs for the community
  • Implementation of family oriented, science focused technologies for community education and use
  • Anticipate trends that will impact libraries and embrace innovation and experimentation
  • Collaborate with library director and other key staff members to implement new library programs and services
  • Serve to distribute the library’s communications utilizing local newspapers, media outlets, social media, the library’s website to promote and advertise for the library
  • Attends professional meetings and training as appropriate
  • Conduct ongoing assessment of community needs in the area of adult programming and services
  • All other duties as defined by the director

Required skills and abilities:

  • Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited school required.  Recent graduates encouraged to apply
  • Knowledge of library services, organization and library materials
  • Ability to carry out library policies, comprehend user needs, and communicate effectively
  • Possess good judgment and tact
  • Ability to work independently and represent the library as a professional at all times
  • Have initiative with a creative personality that blends well with the culture of the library
  • Flexible schedule
  • Exemplary written and oral communication skills
  • Commitment to providing excellent public service

Preferred skills and abilities

  • At least one year’s work experience in a library setting
  • Experience with program development, coordination, and/or implementation

Salary and Benefits

  • $40,000 a year with health insurance

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to tniver@pls-net.org by Friday, August 18, 2017.