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The Friends of the Princeton Public Library seeks to hire a Friends Administrator who will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Friends. The Friends of the Princeton Public Library is a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support and promote the work of the Library. The Friends Administrator will report to the President of the Friends of the Princeton Public Library with a dotted-line reporting relationship to the Library’s Director of Development
To view the primary responsibilities and required qualifications of this part time position or to apply, please click on the following link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=princetonl&jobId=86956&lang=en_US
HUMANITIES PROGRAM FELLOW
From 2007 until now, humanities-focused programming at PPL has been managed by the library’s Program Team. High-quality programs have made the humanities more accessible to the community through the “spotlight on the humanities” series, special events like Princeton Reads, programming that commemorates historic events like the anniversaries of the Emancipation Proclamation and Freedom Summer, and additional one-time programs.
In order to expand the humanities programs and contributions of PPL, we’ve created a new position – the Humanities Program Fellow. We seek a highly qualified candidate to be the inaugural humanities program fellow.
The Humanities Program Fellow will be responsible for the overall administration and implementation of the library’s efforts to promote the humanities as an essential part of contemporary life.
Building on the library’s preeminent role as a welcoming intellectual space that functions as our town’s public square, the Humanities Program Fellow will develop ideas, identify subjects and speakers for events, and create new opportunities for public engagement using the practices of the humanities to frame conversations.
The Humanities Program Fellow will report to the Public Programming Librarian and work closely with the Program Team, and Marketing Director on translating contemporary issues and big ideas into live events with broad public impact.
To view the primary responsibilities and required qualifications of this full-time position, click on the following link:
Review of applications will begin on April 30, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled.