Requirements:  Master’s Degree in Library Science or equivalent

Reports to: Director of Program and Professional Development

Primary Responsibilities: Serve as a reference librarian, teaches K-4 library classes, leads digital citizenship education in K-8, works to create responsible consumers of media in its various forms, and collaborates with teachers in developing and delivering research skills.

Hours/Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

Salary Range: $75,000-$110,000 Annually (Salaries are based on years of experience)


Expectation of Employee Civility and Commitment

The Hamlin School seeks to hire employees who will support and implement the school’s mission and Creed at all times. Hamlin employees are known for being compassionate, collaborative, and dedicated professionals who treat their colleagues and supervisors with respect and who take seriously the daily care of Hamlin students. As such, Hamlin employees pay close attention to the students’ social-emotional wellbeing, their physical and mental health, and their moral development. Hamlin employees are committed to their own personal and professional growth; thus, they pay close attention to the research and innovations that impact their respective fields. All employees are expected to be flexible thinkers and nimble actors in support of the school’s overarching strategic goals and demonstrate a commitment to their colleagues’ success.

At The Hamlin School, we are committed to a policy of equal employment for all applicants and employees. As part of our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace, we recruit and hire applicants with diverse backgrounds and with professional experience that shows their commitment to K-8 education and being a contributing member of the community.

Support the faculty, staff, parents, and students with the following specific roles and responsibilities:

  • Serves as a reference librarian
  • Creates and teaches/co-teaches lessons and experiences related to information and digital literacy and digital citizenship in K-4 [bi-monthly]
  • Teaches database usage, research skills, and other related subjects in K-8
  • Collaborates with faculty to teach students research skills
  • Promotes information literacy by offering workshops, courses, tutorials and training sessions that promote appropriate technology tools to enhance instruction
  • Organizes parent volunteers for the library
  • Has a passion for consuming, sharing, and creating content in all different forms— books, podcasts, articles, etc.—and be able to model this excitement for our students and our faculty
  • Maintains updated HamliNet library page for each LS class and a resource page for digital resources
  • Continues to curate a wide collection of materials that reflect the rich diversity of our world and school
  • Coordinates Summer Reading and Visiting Authors & Illustrator Programs
  • Is an active member of the middle school Social Studies department and a leader in supporting their research projects
  • Implements curricula as identified in the Curriculum Guide
  • Teaches with an understanding of the development and growth of Middle School girls
  • Communicates and collaborates with other faculty and staff regarding each student
  • Assesses student progress using a variety of methods and communicate with homeroom teachers about the program and student progress
  • Attends grade level meetings for collaborative discussion and sharing of student concerns
  • Identifies materials, resources, and technology needs for program
  • Includes use of appropriate technology tools and resources for instruction
  • Participates in faculty, division, department, and advisory team meetings, and admissions/school events
  • Pursues relevant opportunities for professional growth and development
  • Other duties and/or teaching responsibilities as needed

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