Professional Development & Community Building a. Work with the leadership team and a library wide team to establish professional development goals and initiatives that reflect the mission and goals of the library and institution.
Develops and manages multi-million dollar budgets from various funding sources; allocates resources in the most cost-effective manner to ensure maximum return on investment and to achieve quality customer service.
Modifying, testing, implementing,troubleshooting, and documenting both vendor-supplied and in-house applications on servers.Managing security policies, access permissions and disaster recovery for mission-critical data on servers and desktop systems.
Under the direction of the Bridgeport Public Library Board of Directors, the City Librarian develops, administers and coordinates the work of the Library and the staff. Key areas include (1) sound fiscal management; (2) personnel management and staff development; (3) facilities management; (4) outreach to community stakeholders; and (5) marketing the Library to its constituencies.
The staff is responsible for implementation, documentation, and routinization of automated processing workflows; design and application of tools for data extraction, remediation, enhancement, and aggregation; monitoring, administration, maintenance.
To achieve new levels of innovation and resource sharing, supervises the department managers, and works with the Board, staff, and library directors to align the System services with the member libraries' needs and priorities.
Creates innovative services and introduces new technologies to enhance public services leading to improved workflows. Stays abreast of innovative academic library customer service trends & practices, effective use of space, etc.