Two years classroom teaching experience from a public or accredited private school
Valid Texas Teacher Certification with Learning Resource endorsement and/or Learning Resource Specialist Certificate and/or School Librarian Certificate
High School Diplomas and college/university degrees must be obtained from an accredited program or university approved by the United States Department of Education and the Texas Education Agency.
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Collaborates with teachers to implement meaningful, timely instruction for students in groups and as individuals.
- Works with other faculty and administrators to improve State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) related performance of all students.
- Offers training and guidance to students and staff in the use of technology and information resources.
- Teaches information skills within the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) curriculum context.
- Offers a balanced collection of materials to support the curriculum and students' needs and interests.
- Offers a multicultural collection that reflects a diverse community.
- Offers a balance of print and electronic resources based on District selection policies and regulations.
- Maintains a current, relevant, organized collection.
- Manages personnel effectively.
- Demonstrates fiscal responsibility over the library budget.
- Makes proficient use of time.
- Completes administrative tasks in a timely manner.
- Establishes an environment which encourages self-discipline and self-directed learning.
- Implements discipline management procedures in compliance with District policies.
- Ensures a user friendly library.
- Uses appropriate and accurate verbal and nonverbal communication with students, staff, parents and community.
- Contributes to making the whole school a learning community.
- Stimulates students to be active lifelong learners.
- Performs duties in a professional, ethical and responsible manner as defined in the Texas Education Code of Ethics for Educators.
- Provides leadership in addressing the challenges of the profession.
- Participates in professional development activities that are aligned with District, campus and library goals.
- Exhibits a willingness to collaborate with colleagues and other professionals for continuous growth and development.
- Correlates professional development activities with prior performance appraisal.
- Maintains confidentiality of information.
- Reports to work every day.
- Performs additional duties and accepts other responsibilities as may be assigned.
- Demonstrated knowledge of current and emerging trends in library technologies, materials, collection development, general curriculum and instructional strategies
- Strong organizational skills, ability to prioritize work, and detail oriented
- Ability to work cooperatively with staff, students, parents, and members of the business community
- Ability to work collaboratively with district and school site personnel
- Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously
- Ability to communicate effectively with administrators, campus level staff, parents, and the community
- Valid Texas Drivers License with driving record that meets the requirements of the District