Employment Opportunities

Organizations in the Southeastern NY Library Resources Council service area (Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties) who wish to list library jobs here should e-mail a copy of the job posting to jobposting@senylrc.org. We will keep the job posted for one month, posted expiration date, or until contacted by the library, whichever comes first. Job seekers, if you are in doubt about the status of an announcement, please contact the organization advertising the job.
Current postings in the Southeastern region:

Nyack Library -- Library Director

The Nyack Library in Rockland County, NY seeks a highly capable, innovative and dynamic Director to lead the library in providing excellent service to its diverse community. The Director reports to a Board of Trustees, and is responsible for pursuing the library’s mission, helping to cultivate community support, and leading a staff of about 18 full-time and 55 part-time employees.

FDR Presidential Library -- Digital Curation Internship

The FDR Presidential Library and its non-profit partner the Roosevelt Institute seek a Digital Curation Intern to assist with the Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Holocaust Collections Project. The Intern will work in the Archives of the FDR Library in Hyde Park, NY, assisting with digital capture, metadata cataloging, and digital asset management for unique Holocaust-related archival material drawn from across the Library's holdings.

Tri-Valley Central School -- School Media Specialist

Immediate Opening Tri-Valley Central School
School Media Specialist
The candidate must have a strong record of integrating technology into instruction, with the ability to collaborate with teachers to design and implement lessons and units of instruction. This is a Tenure-Track Position.
NYS Certification Required
Please forward resumes by December 28th
To: recruitment@scboces.org or
Sullivan BOCES Recruitment Service
6 Wierk Avenue, Liberty, NY 12754 or
Attn: Tri-Valley Search EOE

SUNY Orange -- Library Director

About SUNY Orange:
SUNY Orange was founded in 1950 as the first county-sponsored community college in the State University of New York system.
The college has earned its reputation as a pioneer and innovator in meeting the needs of its students and the area it primarily serves. SUNY Orange was the first two-year college in the nation to offer the associate degree nursing program and studies in electron microscopy; and in 1982, the college was the first community college to plan and co-sponsor with local chambers of commerce a business institute.