The Gray Public Library, located in the charming and growing town of Gray,
Maine, is seeking applicants for the regular, full-time (40-hours per week)
position of Head of Circulation.
The position oversees all aspects of the circulation of materials at the
Gray Public Library, including supervision of Circulation Assistants,
ensuring that users and visitors to the Gray Public Library have a
welcoming, high-quality, and fulfilling experience, performing and
supervising regular tasks, engaging in collection development collection
maintenance, and will strive to make the Gray Public Library an important
and relevant voice in Gray, and in the larger Maine library community.
The ideal applicant will have previous work in a library setting, is
familiar with III products (namely Sierra), has a demonstrated track record
of management and leadership, and has a passion for the transformative power
of a public library.
Gray is centrally located between the urban centers of Portland and Lewiston
/ Auburn and is also the gateway to the Lakes Region. Gray is growing town,
but also one that is dedicated to maintaining its small-town charm. The
Gray Library is in the Village Center, just minutes from the I-95. With the
Town's emphasis on the revitalization of the Village Center in its current
Comprehensive Plan, the Library is poised to become a central hub of the
The position starts July 1, 2022, and is dependent upon FY23 Town budget
being approved by Gray voters.
For more information about the position and application instructions, please
visit https://www.graymaine.org/employment. Review of applications will
begin on June 4, 2022.
Joshua Tiffany, MLIS
Director - Gray Public Library
Minerva Executive Board Member / Treasurer
Chair - Minerva Cataloging Committee
Minerva Circulation Standards Member
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