Title: Librarian 1
Opportunity: Open employment
Per Week: 37.5
Salary Range: $42,972 to $50,556
Number of Openings: 1
of Eligible List: 7-months
Solve it, Take Pride!
Your career here offers the opportunity for
challenging work, providing innovative solutions, and enhancing the services
for more than 87,000 citizens. We know
that you are driven to challenge the status quo and would like the opportunity
to talk more with you about the career opportunities that we currently have
community offers outdoor adventures (hiking, skiing, hunting, boating, biking,
and much more) and competitive sports (including nationally ranked collegiate
teams), balanced with quality arts found only in this area. Take pride in residing in this community and
enjoy exceptional health (in some cases, fully paid premiums), dental, and life
insurance benefits, as well as retirement plan contributions and deferred
Job Summary: Provide
direct library service to the public; provide and promote library services,
programs, and collections; and organize and direct the activities of assigned
staff, volunteers, and interns.
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s
degree in Library Science
Education/Experience Review: All applicants
meeting the minimum qualifications will be rated based on the type
(relatedness) and extent of their education and experience as they document on
the expanded application provided.
Exam: The top scoring applicants from the Education and Experience
review will be invited to participate in the oral exam. In addition, applicants eligible for
veteran’s preference that pass the Education and Experience review will move
forward to the oral exam. If selected,
you will be notified by letter regarding the date, time, and location of the oral
exam. Applicants who pass the Exam will
have their names placed on an eligible list for this position.
Alternative Exam Process: For persons who
qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) alternative examination
processes are available on an individual basis upon prior arrangement. Contact the Human Resources Division, 313
City Hall, (218) 730-5207, as soon as possible prior to the scheduled date of
the exam. TDD services are available
Veterans: For applicants claiming veterans’
preference, a legible discharge certificate (DD214) verifying 181 days of
consecutive service and separation under honorable conditions MUST be filed
WITH the application for veterans’ preference. Failure to provide the required documentation
may eliminate the candidate from subsequent steps in the selection
process. Veterans’ points will be added
only if the applicant successfully completes all phases of the exam process and
has submitted all required documentation to the Human Resources Division. For applicants claiming disabled veterans= preference a letter
dated within one year from the Veterans= Administration documenting entitlement to
compensation for a permanent service-connected disability MUST be filed WITH
the application for veterans' preference.
accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the City of
Duluth requires verification of identity and work eligibility at the point of
Obtaining Applications: Application packets
and veterans' preference forms are available at the Human Resources Division,
411 West First Street Room 313, Duluth, MN 55802 from
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM weekdays except holidays.
The fillable PDF version of this application can be found and filled by
clicking on the link below.
Filing Applications: APPLICATIONS MUST BE
RECEIVED BY 4:30 PM LOCAL TIME ON THE CLOSING DATE OF NOVEMBER 9, 2012. Job applicants
must meet all minimum qualifications listed above by the closing date of the
application period. The complete job
description is included in the application packet. Applications can be submitted to the Human
Resources Office in person, by mail, or as an email attachment to email@example.com.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to verify that the application
is on file on or before the closing date.
October 29, 2012
Job Number M1256