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Job: Library Director at Pasadena Public Library

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Library Director
Pasadena Public Library
Pasadena

The City of Pasadena is seeking an innovative leader to serve as Director of
Libraries and Information Services. Click here to view a detailed brochure
about this exciting opportunity.

  
  
Pasadena is a fascinating and unique city where tradition and innovation
flourish side by side. It is a city with an authentic sense of history, roots
and tradition, which also sets the pace for the future. The city serves as the
venue for world-class events and attracts millions of visitors each year with
its charm and hospitality. The city's library system reflects, perhaps more
than any other city service, Pasadena's commitment to quality of life
including a focus on the arts, lifelong learning, and neighborhood stability
and livability. The City's library facilities are some of the finest in the
nation. They include a large Central Library listed on the National Register
of Historic Places and nine branch facilities. The libraries provide a wide
array of services, programs, and collections at the neighborhood level to meet
the community's information needs, and enjoy strong community support.
Department resources include a staff of 138 employees, representing 109 FTEs.
The library has an annual operating budget of $14.5 million and includes a
voter-enacted parcel tax which is valid through 2023.

  
The Director of Libraries is a department director who participates on the
City's executive team and reports to an Assistant City Manager. The Director
provides strategic leadership and direction for the Department, and is
responsible for operations and administration through two division managers.

  
The ideal candidate will be a progressive and innovative library professional
with a demonstrated record of accomplishments in dealing with complex issues
in a multicultural environment. Service in an organization where community
engagement and results are highly valued will help ensure a seamless
transition into the Director's role. While highly regarded for his/her
technical expertise, the ideal candidate will be an exceptional people
manager. This person is very comfortable engaging directly with the public and
displays a passion for working with and serving people. An expert
communicator, the ideal candidate has seasoned diplomatic skills and a talent
in bringing people together. This individual must thrive on change and be
flexible, adaptable and willing to work in a progressive, ever transforming
environment. As a trend-spotter and risk-taker, this person has a knack for
assessing community needs and trying out innovative solutions. The ideal
candidate is outward looking, enthusiastic and tireless. She or he is not only
a leader, but a developer of leaders.

  
  
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

  
The salary range for this position is $144,000 - $180,000 and offers a
generous benefits package. Please see the recruitment brochure for more
details.

  
  
Application & Selection Process

To be considered for this exciting career opportunity, visit
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/pasadena/default.cfm and apply online. Open
until July 28, 2016.



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