Wanted: Technology Coordinator (Full-time)

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Job #2017-48:          Coordinator, Technology (Full-Time)
Date Posted:             November 10, 2017
Closing date:             November 27, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
Job Type:                  Permanent Full-Time
Wage range:             $47,115.73 to $57,248.76 per year ($25.89 to $31.46 per hour)
Hours of work:          35 per week on average, scheduled hours include days, evenings and weekends; availability to change shifts, work weekends, holidays and/or to work overtime as required/assigned is necessary
Start date:                 January 2018
How to apply:            http://www.collingwood.ca/humanresources
Position Summary:
Reporting to the Library CEO, this position is responsible to providesupport in the development and maintenance of the library web site, staff intranet, and Integrated Library Service (ILS).  Coordinate setup and training in the Technology Suite, and other meeting rooms. Serve customers in public areas and the Technology Suite (training lab).
Experience and Qualifications:
  1. Diploma in Computer Science or related field  preferred, or a diploma in Library Techniques with the relevant experience, together with a minimum of one (1) year website design and/or position-related experience.
  2. Excellent customer service, interpersonal, organizational, problem-solving and communication skills, together with the ability to multi-task.
  3. Web development proficiency, knowledge of HTML5, CSS, PHP and MySQL preferred.  Proficiency with website applications like Eventkeeper room booking software, as well as Google Analytics, LibraryAware and Wordpress.
  4. Proficiency with computer management software such as Envisionware/PC Reservations and LPT:One.
  5. Thorough working knowledge of Windows 7 and 10, MAC OSX, Microsoft Office and Adobe applications essential.
  6. Familiarity with office equipment; relevant guidelines, policies and procedures; health and safety; understanding of library functions and activities.
  7. Excellent creative, organizational, communication, planning, and interpersonal skills; excellent rapport with children, youth and adults.
  8. Ability to deal effectively and courteously with the general public, all staff, other government / agencies / libraries and community groups.
  9. Ability to demonstrate tact and discretion in handling matters of a confidential nature.  Familiarity with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
  10. Demonstrated knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, WHMIS and all provincial legislation and policies that affect Libraries.
  11. Possess Police Information Check satisfactory to the Employer as well as standard first aid and CPR/AED level C (or willing to obtain).