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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/15/2022 4:46 PM)
Outreach Services at Brooklyn Public Library develops innovative programs and partnerships to increase access to library resources. The department supports responsive services to immigrant communities, older adults, people experiencing homelessness, families impacted by incarceration and veterans.   Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is seeking an Outreach Associate to support its new Healthy Communities Initiative. The associate will assist in coordinating BPL’s health programs, outreach and community partnerships. This person will develop and maintain partner relationships and collaborate with multiple library departments.   This is a part-time, grant funded position, through April 30, 2023. The salary for this position is $23-25/hour.
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2022-2618
Location : Name
Outreach Services
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/16/2022 6:14 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), the 6th largest library system in the United States, with 61 neighborhood libraries located throughout the Borough of Brooklyn. BPL offers free programs and services for all ages and stages of life, including a large selection of books in more than 30 languages, author talks, literacy programs and public computers. The Outreach Services Department is seeking ESOL teachers to teach beginning community English language classes. The ESOL teacher, will teach listening, speaking, reading & writing to adults.
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2022-2615
Location : Name
Outreach Services
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/16/2022 3:48 PM)
BPL’s Capital Planning and Facilities Management department seeks an energetic motivated self-starter for the role of Custodial Administrative Assistant. Reporting to the Custodial Manager, providing support to a 96-person section as a whole, the Administrative Assistant will assist with the day-to-day responsibilities of the Custodial section, including, data entry, database management as well as general office management including coordinating reports, filing, answering phones, typing, operating a radio, disseminating information, coordinating meetings and presentation materials.
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2022-2612
Location : Name
Custodial Services
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 day ago(11/30/2022 11:13 AM)
Drawing on its unique collection of physical and digital primary source materials and artifacts, the Center for Brooklyn History inspires discovery, advances research, and preserves the history and cultural heritage of Brooklyn’s diverse communities. It is a unique resource for the study of Brooklyn’s social and cultural history and a distinct part of Brooklyn Public Library.   The Center for Brooklyn History is seeking a library page to support the functions of the Othmer Library. The ideal candidate is reliable, possesses excellent communication skills and knowledgeable in research library operations, with an interest in librarianship, Brooklyn history and archives, to join our dynamic team.   This position reports to the Collections and Public Services Assistant Director
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2022-2610
Location : Name
Center for Brooklyn History
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/16/2022 3:51 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is one of the nation’s largest library systems and among New York City’s most democratic institutions. As a leader in developing modern 21st-century libraries, we provide resources to support personal advancement, foster civic literacy, and strengthen the fabric of community among the more than 2.7 million individuals who call Brooklyn home. BPL provide nearly 60,000 free programs a year with writers, thinkers, artists, and educators—from around the corner and around the world. And we give patrons millions of opportunities to enjoy one of life’s greatest satisfactions: the joy of a good book.   The Development Department at Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), comprised of a 12-person team, raises private funds from individuals, foundations, corporations and special events to support the Library’s critical work, including programs such as Books Unbanned, First Five Years, Teen Techies, Adult Learning, Services for Older Adults, the PowerUp! Business Plan Competition, Culture Pass and Summer Reading.   BPL’s Development Department seeks an energetic, motivated self-starter for the role of a Development Administrative Associate. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer but providing support to the team as a whole, the Development Administrative Associate conducts prospect and donor research; writes grant memos; analyzes donor data; manages collateral projects such as the Annual Report; and maintains the overall successful operations of the Development Department, including managing the departmental budget.
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2022-2609
Location : Name
Central Library Admin.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(10/26/2022 4:16 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is one of the nation’s largest library systems and among New York City’s most democratic institutions. As a leader in developing modern 21st-century libraries, we provide resources to support personal advancement, foster civic literacy, and strengthen the fabric of community among the more than 2.7 million individuals who call Brooklyn home. BPL provide nearly 60,000 free programs a year with writers, thinkers, artists, and educators—from around the corner and around the world. And we give patrons millions of opportunities to enjoy one of life’s greatest satisfactions: the joy of a good book.   The Development Department at Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), comprised of a 12-person team, raises private funds from individuals, foundations, corporations and special events to support the Library’s critical work, including programs such as Books Unbanned, First Five Years, Teen Techies, Adult Learning, Services for Older Adults, the PowerUp! Business Plan Competition, Culture Pass and Summer Reading.   The Manager of Special Events is responsible for planning, executing and managing large- and small-scale in-person and virtual events in order to reach the department's annual fundraising goals and to advance donor outreach, engagement, and cultivation. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the Manager of Special events works closely with the AVP for Development and the Individual Giving Team, as well as other Development team members and a range of Library departments. In addition to leading the planning and execution of BPL’s Annual Gala and the CBH Library Dinner, the position is responsible for managing the logistics for approximately 10-12 donor stewardship events and 4-5 non-development external-facing events that involve donors and other development stakeholders. The position is also the primary liaison with the catering company that manages rentals for special events at the Center for Brooklyn History and Park Slope, and coordinates rentals at the Dweck Cultural Center and Brooklyn Heights Branch. This position is currently working on a hybrid model. 
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2022-2600
Location : Name
Central Library Admin.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(10/18/2022 2:41 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), the fifth largest library system in the United States, with 60 neighborhood libraries located throughout the Borough of Brooklyn. BPL offers free programs and services for all ages and stages of life, including a large selection of books in more than 30 languages, author talks, literacy programs and public computers. The Adult literacy and learning department is seeking ESOL teachers to teach beginning English language for its Adult Literacy Education New York State Dept. funded classes. The ESOL teacher, part of an innovative and technology- and resource-rich learning environment, will teach listening, speaking, reading & writing to adults, utilizing work-place and civics content.   Participants test on BEST Plus levels 1-3. 
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2022-2593
Location : Name
Literacy Administration
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(10/13/2022 2:41 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library Services for Older Adults is seeking applications for our part-time Senior Assistant program. Senior Assistants will provide quality programs for older adults at designated branches of the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) and at senior sites throughout Brooklyn.    Under the direction of the Services for Older Adults Program Assistant, the Senior Assistant will assist in building meaningful social engagement to Brooklyn’s diverse 50 + audience.  Senior Assistants must be willing to travel to their assigned branch, senior sites, and be available to present programs on the assigned dates.  A two –four hour commitment is required for each session. Senior Assistants must also be able to facilitate programs virtually on Zoom, Teams, Google Meet, etc.   
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2022-2583
Location : Name
Outreach Services
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(10/7/2022 5:12 PM)
The STEM Coordinator reports to the Technology Training Coordinator. They will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and teaching STEM related programs across all branches. Primary responsibilities include coordinating systemwide events and competitions for the Brooklyn Robotics League (BRL) program and instructing all staff on the BRL program, curriculum development and revision, and materials management.  This position works closely with NYC-First, the Technology Training Supervisors and the Vice President of the Information Technology Department /CIO. 
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2022-2582
Location : Name
Office of Neighborhood Serv.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(10/7/2022 5:09 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library seeks an individual to run a Teen Tech Center at selected locations We are looking for (3) Teen Tech Coordinators for these locations- Annex, Bay Ridge & Saratoga.  The Tech Center will offer young people (ages 13 to 18) the opportunity to work on projects they find meaningful to their lives, using computers and technology.  The program provides support and resources for young people to pursue their interests and build upon their talents.  In the Teen Tech Center, youth can design their own music, art, newsletters, robots, science simulations, computer games, and animation.  The Teen Tech Center Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Technology Resources Specialists, Young Adult Librarians, the Technology Training Supervisors and the Young Adult Internship Coordinator to host creative activities and deliver meaningful technology programs. This position reports the Technology Training Coordinator.
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2022-2581
Location : Name
Office of Neighborhood Serv.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/10/2022 10:53 AM)
Brooklyn Public library is seeking a Technology Training Assistant that can work in a supportive role to the daily administration and coordination of training programs and events. This position is well-suited for individuals who enjoy teamwork, organization, running reports and assisting with the rollout of technology initiatives. Budget analysis, technology inventory and ensuring that technology programs have the equipment needed for a successful outcome will be a major part of this role. Proficient in Excel and excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must. The Technology Training Assistant typically works in an office environment and reports to the Technology Training Coordinator.
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2022-2580
Location : Name
Office of Neighborhood Serv.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(9/22/2022 1:43 PM)
Under the leadership of the Vice President of Capital Planning and Facilities Management, this position will provide guidance and leadership to Brooklyn Public Library on safety, health and environmental issues. The role will manage the Library's EHS programs, accident prevention activities, and ensure compliance with city, state, and federal safety, health and environmental regulations. The position will also be responsible for developing and implementing programs, strategies, policies, training and procedures to identify, reduce and/or eliminate risks; and to align with Brooklyn Public Library’s policies and procedures.
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2022-2574
Location : Name
Central Library Admin.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(10/12/2022 1:35 PM)
Under the direction of Young Adult Internship Coordinator, this full-time position is responsible for providing administrative support, coordinating trainings and enrichment activities, and evaluating the Librarians of Tomorrow and Today’s Teens, Tomorrow Techies Internship programswith supportfrom Volunteer Resources.  
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2022-2571
Location : Name
Volunteer Resources
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/16/2022 4:06 PM)
The Young Adult Librarian, under the overall supervision of the Neighborhood Library Supervisor, works as part of the branch team and performs basic library work concentrating on service to Young Adults and their parents and caregivers.   This position requires professional knowledge and judgment, including, but not limited to, reference and reader’s advisory services, collection development, and individual/group programming. The schedule is 35 hours per week and reports directly to the Library Information Supervisor.
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2022-2569
Location : Name
Inclusive Services
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(9/7/2022 6:15 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library is hiring a team of Digital Navigators to help low-income Brooklyn residents connect to free or low-cost internet service in their home or on a connected device.    Under supervision of the Digital Navigation Manager, Navigators will be an integral part of Brooklyn Public Library’s efforts to equalize broadband access in our communities (for more information see BPL’s recently released Strategic Plan). Navigators will be responsible for building awareness around the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and providing one-on-one support to interested patrons, including those who speak languages other than English. Navigators will answer questions about who qualifies for the ACP and how they can apply. They will help patrons navigate through the online application and if necessary help patrons understand their options when it comes to internet service providers and their available plans. Navigation support will be provided telephonically through a BPL hotline as well as in-person during outreach events and programs. BPL will be hiring for five part-time Navigator positions, all grant-funded with the current funding level expected to last three years. Additional funding is being sought.     Digital Navigators may have the option of working from home, though they will be required to travel to library branches and other Brooklyn locations regularly for outreach and in-person programming.    The hours for this position is up to 19 hours a week and the hourly rate is $25 an hour.
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2022-2560
Location : Name
Strategic Planning
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(8/23/2022 3:57 PM)
Brooklyn Public Library's Adult Learning Centers are seeking dedicated and skilled HSE instructors to prepare participants for the workforce and the GED exam in-person/hybrid via Zoom and Google Classroom. The HSE instructor will implement HSE curriculum to meet the needs of the participants based on their TABE/GED assessment results. Hybrid classroom instruction incorporates self-paced, computerized instruction, small group learning exercises, videos, and provides classroom instruction in a variety of fields at several levels.  The ability to develop lessons using extensive writing and reading practice in the content areas of science and social studies using CUNY's HSE curriculum. We are seeking someone who is passionate about making a difference in their community by developing adults to their fullest potential.  
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2022-2557
Location : Name
Literacy Administration
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(8/24/2022 4:15 PM)
The Brooklyn Public Library Adult Learning Program is seeking Program Assistant to assist WIOA program participants earn their HSE diploma through one of the five pathways (TASC, Regents, NEDP, etc.) or improve their English speaking skills while earning a certification. In addition, support learners with any intructional barriers in/outside of the classroom during Office Hours, provide consistent and responsive feedback and support to classroom instructors at one of BPL’s Adult Learning Center or community branches. The Program Assistant, under the guidance of the Adult Learning Advisor, monitors and supports participant’s progress and work collaboratively with instructional staff to ensure program quality and goals are being met.
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2022-2555
Location : Name
Literacy Administration
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/16/2022 4:10 PM)
The Children's Librarian, under the overall supervision of the Neighborhood Library Supervisor, works as part of the branch team and performs basic library work concentrating on service to children and their parents and caregivers.     This position requires professional knowledge and judgment, including, but not limited to, reference and reader’s advisory services, collection development, and individual/group programming. The schedule is 35 hours per week and reports directly to the Library Information Supervisor.  
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2022-2553
Location : Name
Mapleton
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(10/21/2022 6:51 PM)
The Young Adult Librarian, under the overall supervision of the Neighborhood Library Supervisor, works as part of the branch team and performs basic library work concentrating on service to Young Adults and their parents and caregivers.   This position requires professional knowledge and judgment, including, but not limited to, reference and reader’s advisory services, collection development, and individual/group programming. The schedule is 35 hours per week and reports directly to the Library Information Supervisor.
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2022-2544
Location : Name
Office of Neighborhood Serv.
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(11/3/2022 4:22 PM)
As one of the nation's largest public library systems with a network of 61 neighborhood libraries, Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is committed to providing the borough's 2.7 million people quality services and a vibrant learning environment through diverse and multi-ethnic educational and cultural programs for people of all ages.    The Librarian Trainee reports directly to one of six Regional Directors and will work as part of a team of 10 public libraries to provide quality public service to the entire community. The Librarian Trainee will be trained by a mix of Library Managers and Librarian Age-level specialists within the Region to conduct programs and outreach, to maintain the collection, and to provide reference services. The Librarian Trainee will work to meet the reference, programming and outreach needs of the region while gaining a comprehensive understanding of the needs and operations of the Brooklyn Public Library system.     * Employment in this title requires that you receive an MLS (MLIS) degree from an ALA accredited library school within 3 years of appointment to this position. Upon completion of the MLIS degree, Librarian Trainees will be promoted into a Librarian position.  The Librarian Trainee is a union position with a salary range between $43,390 - $46,625, which is dependent upon the number of credits earned towards the Masters Degree.
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2022-2541
Location : Name
UlmerPark