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Administrative Assistant, CCPL Foundation, 30 hrs/wk - posted 2/15/2018
      This critical position provides effective and timely support for the Foundation Director.

Duties:
Provide internal and external customer service
Professionally and effectively communicate with Board members, donors, staff and stakeholders
Coordinate, communicate and provide support for events and meetings
Manage telephone calls/emails from donors and event attendees

Data Management & Tracking:
Accurately and timely record, produce, disseminate and archive minutes for Board activities
Thoroughly and timely completion of donation entry, bank deposits and reconciliation
Produce all acknowledgement correspondence with donors
Develop presentations and written materials as needed

General Clerical and Admin:
Photocopying, faxing, filing, emailing
Proofread communications for accuracy

Qualifications

Core Competencies:
Commitment to excellence
Customer service focused
Collaborative
Passionate

Position Specific Competencies:
Ability to multi-task while ensuring accuracy of work
Helpful, accommodating approach to meeting the needs of internal staff, volunteers and donors
Precise and accurate with details, reports and forms
Ability to maintain a confidential and professional manner at all times

Critical Functional Skills & Knowledge:
Bachelor's degree preferred
Excellence in written and verbal communication
Proficient/or willingness to become proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (ie Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Bloomerang, Quick Books and Constant Contact
Excellent administrative, data management and organizational skills
Demonstrates dependability, timeliness and ability to meet established deadlines

Email cover letter & resume to: ehamilton@carmel.lib.in.us

Closes when filled

Children's & Youth Services Senior Assistant, 20 hours/week - posted 2/20/2018
      Due the upcoming retirement of a staff member, CCPL is seeking a Senior Assistant to organize, plan and present programs for children and their caregivers and provide reference, readers' advisory, and bibliographic instruction to patrons as needed. Specific duties include but are not limited to:

design and present or co-present a wide variety of programs for children of all ages with emphasis on 8- to 12-year- olds and emerging technologies/STEAM;
assist children and their caregivers in selecting and locating library materials;
provide instruction or assistance in the use of the library's online catalog, electronic databases, and other computer resources;
travel to and attend external events and conduct offsite programming at community locations as assigned;
purchase program materials and supplies within budgetary framework;
accurately record and maintain program attendance and other department statistics;
participate in designing strategies to effectively market children's programs.

Minimum qualifications for this position include a bachelor's degree in education, child development, technology or other relevant discipline; at least one year of experience working with groups of children, preferably in a library or educational setting; ability to effectively present programs to both children and adults; familiarity with children's literature and electronic resources; excellent communication and customer service skills; proficiency in conducting Internet searches and navigating websites; familiarity with social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Candidates must also be comfortable with current technology and enjoy learning new technologies/devices as they become available.

Physical demands include being able to drive to other locations and load/unload materials used for outreach and programming.

The preferred work schedule is 3-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday and 2-8 p.m. on Thursdays, plus one Friday evening (until 7 p.m.), one Saturday (9-5) and one Sunday (1-5) per month.

Starting pay rate is $15.52 per hour with pro-rated leave benefits. To apply, please submit a letter summarizing your interest in and qualifications for the position, together with a current resume, to Cindy Wenz via email: cwenz@carmel.lib.in.us

Closes when filled


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