Employment Opportunities

Network Administrator

Job Description

Chelsea District Library (CDL) is seeking a creative, energetic, organized, and engaging person to join us as Network Administrator. This person understands the necessity and value of public libraries and their ability to transform lives in small and large ways.

As the Network Administrator at CDL, you will find opportunities to share and learn in a team environment. In this position, you will join the library staff and board in developing the resources, programming, and services that enable the library to achieve its mission and implement its strategic plan. 

Why Chelsea District Library?

CDL is a nationally recognized library located in historic downtown Chelsea with a mission to engage, inspire, and equip through evolving resources and service. An integral part of the Chelsea community, we provide patrons of all ages with a variety of services, resources, and programs to meet the educational, recreational, and informational needs of the community we serve. We truly believe that coming to work every day should be fun, challenging, and supportive! We look forward to hearing how you can support our mission and contribute to our culture. 

Pre-interview questions (to be submitted with application materials):

  • How do you see the role of the network administrator responding to our library’s mission?
  • What qualifications and qualities are important in the role of a public library network administrator? Describe at least three.
  • What is your vision of the role of library network administrator in the future?

Items to submit (in a single PDF file):

  1. Cover letter
  2. Resume
  3. Answers to pre-interview questions
  4. CDL job application 

Apply to:  Chris Berggren, Administrative Assistant
                  cberggren@chelseadistrictlibrary.org

Deadline for applications:   Thursday, July 25, 2019, by 5PM

Interviews anticipated:         Week of July 29, 2019; 

Decision anticipated by:       August 7, 2019

Target starting date:             Tuesday, September 3, 2019