The New Mexico State Library has an opening for a full-time Readers Experience Coordinator in Santa Fe.
$21.13 – $33.81 Hourly
$43,954 – $70,326 Annually
This position is a Pay Band 65
Why does the job exist?
Serves the Library for the Blind and Print Disabled (LBPD) as primary Reader Services coordinator and content curator, Keystone database administrator, volunteer services support coordinator, technical support, and program services publicist.
THIS POSTING WILL BE USED FOR ONGOING RECRUITMENT AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. APPLICANT LISTS MAY BE SCREENED MORE THAN ONCE.
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How does it get done?
- Act as liaison between LBPD and Keystone.
- Work with staff to develop best practices and workflows.
- Assist with running queries and reports from the KLAS database.
- Review of all new titles added to program.
- Identify and maintain local subjects based on patron needs in communication with Reader Advisors.
- Load new records and content ratings and administer Rating Unrated Books program.
- Maintain record accuracy, including series sequencing and heading accuracy.
- Creating reading lists, starter sets, and genre reviews.
- Periodically communicates via various media outlets volunteer support opportunities available with LBPD.
- Communicates with interested volunteers as to support options with library.
- Supports Reader Services related areas such as player inventory and distribution.
- Coordinates editing and printing of quarterly newsletter.
- Creates and presents occasional in-person and recorded trainings related to LBPD services such as BARD use.
Who are the customers?
- New Mexico residents who are eligible for audio book and braille services based on disability determinations.
- Associates Degree or higher in administrative or library related field; four or more years’ experience in a library or related occupation; experience in knowledge areas such as customer and personal service and communications and media.