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Program Manager

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Job Order #: 6142675

NOC: 51100
Employer Name:
Wheatland Regional Library
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Interested applicants are requested to submit a current resume and cover letter to the Administrative Manager ( by June 19th, 2024. Only applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Employer Name:
Wheatland Regional Library
Contact Name:
Lindsay Tomtene
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The Program Manager oversees programming for all 45 Wheatland Regional Library branches ensuring a high level of programming across the region. This position is a senior management position answering to and working closely with the Library Director/CEO or designate Travel within the region is required. Evening and weekend work is expected.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Under the direction of the Library Director/CEO
Lead the development and execution of strategies and plans for region-wide programming based on the regions strategic plan.
Evaluate regional goals and adjust programming strategies to meet the goals.
Compile statistics and indicators on programming initiatives.
Coordinate library programs and events including Saskatchewan Library Week, Canadian Childrens Book Week, Summer Reading Club, Saskatchewan Indigenous Storytelling Month, and author tours.
Coordinate multi-branch programming and community services events and activities.
Interact/build relationships with community-based organizations such as literacy groups, community groups, and other service groups.
Commitment to deliver consistent programming services to a diverse population.
STEAM/STEM programming for children and teens including creation of circulating kits.
Develop and recommend to the Library Director an annual budget for programming services.
Provide leadership to, communicate with, and support the branches in all aspects of programming.
Provides and coordinates ongoing branch training in all aspects of programming.
Provide back up to the Branch Manager when required.
Qualifications, knowledge, and skills:
Post graduate university degree in library or information science from an accredited institution or a post-secondary degree with equivalent experience.
Previous programming experience including planning, developing and delivering programs.
Ability to program for patrons of all ages.

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