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Children's Coordinator Job Opening APPLICATION DUE DEC 5

The Huntington Memorial Library in Oneonta, NY is seeking a full-time Children’s Coordinator for a busy, rural library. The ideal candidate will be a community-focused individual who is confident in providing a broad range of programs to youth from birth to teens. This position requires the ability to understand youth and the skill to provide educational programs for them.

Civil Service Application must be mailed to the library or emailed (on.twinstead@gmail.com)  by December 5, 2022 no later than 4:00 p.m.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Take a leadership role in planning, promoting, implementing, and assessing youth programs including weekly story times, special event programs, passive in-library programs, afterschool and teen programs, participation in community events, and school field trips.
  • Build and foster relationships with patrons, community members, and stakeholders to expand the effectiveness of the library.
  • Collect program statistical information and submit regular reports to the Library Director.
  • Participate in professional development to stay current in library trends.


The salary is $37,000 annually and includes health insurance, NYS Retirement, and the option to contribute to NYS Deferred Compensation. Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree.

Program Librarian Job Opening APPLICATION DUE Dec 16

The Huntington Memorial Library in Oneonta, NY is seeking a full-time Program Librarian with an emphasis on digital literacy for adults and youth. The ideal candidate will be a community-focused, tech-savvy individual who is confident in providing a broad range of programs at a busy, rural library. This is a dream job for an energetic, intelligent, and innovative librarian.

Civil Service Application must be mailed to the library or emailed (on.twinstead@gmail.com)  by December 16, 2022 no later than 4:00 p.m.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Take a leadership role in planning, promoting, implementing, and assessing adult programs with an emphasis on digital literacy.
  • Partner with the Youth Librarian to identify, plan, deliver and assess digital literacy programs for youth.
  • Build and foster relationships with patrons and stakeholders to gather information about community needs.
  • Collect program statistical information and submit regular reports to the Library Director.
  • Prioritize innovation in creating engaging experiences and new services for the library community.
  • Manage the Makerspace technology by updating equipment, supervising user training, and maintaining the storage and inventory.
  • Manage collection development for the adult collection with purchases that meet the needs of the community.
  • Participate in professional development to stay current in library trends and technology.


Salary is $40,000 annually and includes health insurance, NYS Retirement, and the option to contribute to NYS Deferred Compensation. Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in library/information science from an accredited American Library Association institution and be eligible for a New York State Public Librarian’s professional certificate at time of application.

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The Huntington Memorial Library

Our Mission is to provide a safe space for life-long learning and collaboration activities.

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Local History

The primary goal of the New York State room is to provide a collection of historical and genealogical materials covering Otsego County as well as providing access to the collection and maintaining the condition of the collection.

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Adults & Youth Programs

Huntington Memorial Library offers a variety of programs for all ages that supports a love for lifelong reading and learning and the use of modern technical skill sets for adults and young adults from the community.

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HML offers many digital materials you can access from just about any device. All you need is your library card, your 4-digit PIN, and an internet connection!

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We welcome you to the Huntington Memorial Library! Your new library card can be immediately used to access Overdrive/Libby for ebooks and audiobooks, and Hoopla for an even larger collection of ebooks, audiobooks, movies, comics etc.

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The HML Makerspace

When the first libraries began to pop up, books were rare and pricey commodities. HML is proud to carry on this tradition of providing access to hard-to-get resources by expanding our offerings to include a Makerspace.

About Your Library

The Huntington Memorial Library is a Nonprofit Organization

At Huntington Memorial Library you can enjoy books, popular movies, computers, story times, free Wi-Fi, downloadable books, and more!

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Monday to Wednesday:
9:00 – 8:00
Thursday & Friday: 9:00 – 5:30
Saturday: 9:00 – 4:00 

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