17.5 hours per week, Work schedule to be determined
This is not your typical library.
The Technician will maintain and organize maker space activities relating to various curriculum outcomes.
Under the direction of the Principal or designate, the Library Technician will provide technical and public services and perform other duties related to library operations such as organize, maintain, select, order, circulate print and non-print materials, provide reference services, prepare support materials for units of study, and perform public relations, supervisory and clerical activities;
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION:
Library skills such as cataloguing and classification.
Research, computer and word-processing skills in order to operate library software, databases, internet and research tools.
The ability to operate and maintain library software.
Organizational skills required to schedule classes, small groups and prioritize concurrent tasks and deadlines.
Interpersonal and communication skills required to assist staff and students with the use of the library, conduct research, give and receive information, respond to inquiries, interpret library policies and monitor and ensure appropriate behaviour in the library.
Writing skills for the purpose of writing correspondence and reports.
The ability to exercise tact, judgment and diplomacy when dealing with staff, students, parents and the public.
The ability to work in both English and French is preferred.
knowledge of current technology applications for makerspace learning activities
The qualifications and knowledge outlined above would normally be obtained through completion of a Library Technician Diploma from a recognized community college, and 1-2 years of related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Applications will be considered in accordance with the ESP Collective Agreement, in the following order:
1. applications received from Regular Full-time and Regular part-time employees within ESP Bargaining unit;
2. applications received from Casuals and Terms within the ESP bargaining unit;
3. applications from external applicants.
Vacancies are posted as Internal and External. For Casual and Term employees, you will see this posting marked as ‘External”.
If you are a Regular part-time ESP member and also on the ESP Casual List, you will see both postings. However, you must apply to the internal posting in order to be given 1st consideration.
If you are not a Board employee and do not have an existing ATE account, follow these instructions:
- Go to www.applytoeducation.com and register as an External Applicant,
Select Job Category ECE, EA/TA/ERW, Clerical, Custodians, etc.;
Create your username and password.
Once you have set up your account, you can customize your portfolio;
Choose Job Posting and select Search Jobs from the drop down menu to find the job posting;
Search for the Job Posting # (and choose Ontario as province); Click on the job title and then you can apply as an external applicant. Remember to attach your resume and cover letter as these are mandatory requirements on the posting.
Persons with disabilities who need accommodations in the application or interview process should email a request to email@example.com. The application package is available in accessible formats upon request.
Personal information gathered through the application process is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, RSO 1980, c302 (as amended), and will be used to determine the qualification for employment with the OCDSB. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager, Human Resources, 133 Greenbank Road, Nepean, Ontario K2H 6L3.
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is committed to equity for all students and staff and to delivering the highest quality education through a qualified workforce that reflects the diversity of the students and communities it serves.