As of Wednesday November 18, 2015, the
following positions are available.
Library Director - Administration Office
Master's degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university,
and 5 years public library experience with at least 3 years library supervisory
experience; computer literacy and knowledge of library management principles;
proficiency with automated library systems. The position requires traveling
throughout the county; must provide own vehicle for transportation. Job
Description: Second in command to Director and assists in planning and
administering program of Library services within established guidelines by
performing the following duties:
trains, supervises, schedules, and evaluates Adult Services Coordinator,
Children Services Coordinator, all Branch Librarians and Branch Managers
and interprets library policies for library users and staff.
the Library Committee meetings and recommends policy changes; and chairs the
Library Systems meetings in the absence of the Director.
as a liaison between Director, branches, and library staff
Director in preparation of system budget and in development of system policies
as a liaison to the County Library Board, County Library Foundation, and
Friends of the Library, in the absence of the Director.
the efficiency and effectiveness of branch services and assists branch
librarians in optimizing library operates
coordination of administrative services to the library branches including but
not limited to purchasing, facilities maintenance, staffing, training,
planning and budgeting.
the Library System at the direction of or in the absence of the Director,
including interacting directly with individuals, community groups,
County staff, Library Boards and others.
and participates in professional activities, conferences, consortiums, and
an awareness of professional trends, methods and ethics.
managing or assisting with grants, budget management and knowledge of MS Office
Suite is highly preferred.
reports as needed.
of social media and emerging technologies.
other duties as needed.
hours per week (occasional evening and Saturday hours). Pay range of $67,235 -
$77,945 annually as negotiated, based on qualifications and experience. Please apply at the Brazoria
County Human Resources Department applications may also be obtained and
submitted at this website.
requirements: Masters of Library Science from an ALA accredited school.
Previous library experience in children’s services and community outreach are
required. Ability to relate to both staff and public needs is a must. Knowledge
of Internet and Social Media are required. Good communication skills are
required. The position requires traveling throughout the county. Must provide
own vehicle for transportation.
Developing system wide programming for children; Developing and coordinating
Summer Reading Program for children and teens; Developing special reports for
annual report; Formulating and monitoring children’s Story Time
in early childhood and youth literacy theory and best practices as well as
general knowledge of youth development
working with diverse populations
interpersonal, communication, problem-solving, and organizational skills
to motivate, develop, train and direct staff in a collaborative team
of current trends in library services to children ages birth to 11 and their
parents and caregivers
of social media and emerging technologies
managing or assisting with grants/grant applications, programming for youth
management and knowledge of MS Office Suite and Google Docs is highly preferred
guidance and training to children’s specialists or librarians on children’s
programming and storytelling for children of all ages
and conducts a bi-monthly meeting of children’s specialists or librarians
for helping develop grant proposals
in branches as needed
other work as needed
hours per week (occasional evening and Saturday hours). Pay range of $56,451 –
$65,442 annually as negotiated, based on experience. Please apply at the
Brazoria County Human Resources Department or applications may also be obtained
and submitted at this website.
Assistant County Fire Marshal
Applicant must be a Licensed Texas Peace Officer. High
School Diploma or equivalent required with three or more years of experience in
fire prevention, fire inspection and fire investigation. The
Assistant County Fire Marshal will enforce state and county regulations that
relate to fires, explosions or dangers of any kind caused by fire or explosions
throughout the County by performing the following duties; including, but not
limited to, conducting fire prevention programs, fire and life safety inspections,
and assist in maintaining an effective plan to manage fire and explosions and
other related emergency situations in the County; work closely with regulatory
agencies and industrial plants during explosions, fires, gas releases, and
other incidents in order to evacuate or shelter personnel; assist local law
enforcement and fire departments by responding to all cases of hazardous
material incidents throughout the County; investigate fire origin and cause in
unincorporated areas of the County.
For more information, please contact Fire
Marshal Vela at 979-864-1121. You may also email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please go to the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office located
at 3602 County Road 45, approximately five miles north of Angleton and apply in
person. Applications may also be obtained at www.brazoria-county.com
Please be sure to fill out the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office