Assistant Manager – Part Time – Willowick Library

Willowick Library – 32 hours per week Hiring Range: $20.10 – $21.61 per hour. Excellent Benefits. The Library is seeking candidates for a part-time Assistant Manager position. As part of the management team, the chosen candidates will manage adult reference services, supervise pages, and perform reference, reader’s advisory and other public service activities. QUALIFICATIONS: • ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS • Diverse library background, particularly in public libraries • Supervisory experience preferred • Organizational & interpersonal skills • Ability to work days, evenings...

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Sales Training

Tuesday, August 18th at NEO Office Whether you know it or not, all of us are in sales. So what does that mean and how does it affect how you do your job? Today, sales means problem solving. We’ll look at customer service from a new angle and address such issues as: How do we best serve a diverse population? Who really is our customer? What drives success in the library context? Ideal for anyone who works with patrons or staff supervisors. This is part of the Marketing Academy that include the following courses. Wednesday, September 16, 2015          Adding New Life to Old...

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New Emerging Techbits Podcast

Documentary Addict: http://bit.ly/1Nv6b61 Makerbook: http://bit.ly/1LAmss0 MYLE TAP: http://bit.ly/1LE0zZG Kids Creation Station: http://bit.ly/1SY68Dq

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Previous attendees had this to say…

“Our five clerks were bubbling with information and “superhero stance” power today.  The day’s presentations gave them many ideas they would like to implement in their work.    They really appreciated the ideas on using foreign language phrases with non-English speaking patrons as a way to be more welcoming and all of Holly’s body language tips.” Join as we repeat this well received program. Thursday, September 3rd @ North Ridgeville Branch, Lorain Public Library System Wednesday, September 30th @ Wayne County Public...

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HELP! I Don’t Think My Boss Likes Me!?

See what our experts (our mentors) had to say about this question. You’ll find some valuable advice here – and even more advice available to you anytime you choose to use NEO’s Mentor on call mentor page. If this question hits home with you, here’s some advice to consider: • I would recommend really finding out what the boss’s vision for their library is and making sure to incorporate that language/vision in as much work as you can. In a way you are demonstrating to your boss that you are supporting their vision and trying to help them in their work as a...

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