PART-TIME LIBRARY DIRECTOR
The Wyocena Library Board is seeking a Library Director for the Wyocena Public Library. The position requires the eligibility for a Grade 3 library director certification in the state of Wisconsin, requiring 54 semester credits (1/2 in liberal arts and sciences) from an accredited college, university or technical college. Some in-library experience is preferred. The position is 10-15 hours per week (schedule is flexible) at the rate of $11 - $11.75 per hour. No residency requirement. A complete job description is available on the Wyocena Public Library website: www.wyocenalibrary.org/about-library-board. Application materials will be reviewed as received and the position will remain open until filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, copy of college transcript and references to:
Gus Knitt, Library Board President
c/o Pardeeville Area Schools
120 Oak Street, Pardeeville, WI 53954
Wyocena is a small village with a population of 768 (2010 census), located just 30 miles north of Madison and 9 miles southeast of Portage. Wyocena has village parks and a county park, creeks and a lake. Easy access is gained to the interstate to larger area cities. Several employers are in the village, but many residents commute into Madison or surrounding communities.
The Wyocena Public Library is housed in the Wyocena Community Center building. The library began as a gift bequeathed to the village by Olieve Huggett Hiller. The well-equipped facilities are a beautiful gem. The Library staff provides many activities and services. A very active Friends of the Library group assists the library.
The Village of Wyocena is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Members of the Library Board
- President --Gus Knitt (School Rep)
- Secretary -- Linda Balsiger (County Rep)
- Treasurer --Jim Burmeister (County Rep)
- Kathy Marrison (Village Board Rep)
- Jean Porter (Village Rep)
- Patty Jacobson (Village Rep)
- Ralph Pulver (Village Rep)
Library Board Meetings
The Wyocena Public Library Board meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 5 p.m. in the community meeting room of the Wyocena Community Center.