Job opening: Partnership Coordinator

Join the team shaking things up in southern Oregon as the Partnership Coordinator at the Grants Pass branch. Josephine Community Library is seeking someone to help our library system grow and serve our community with excellence. We offer excellent benefits including healthcare, life insurance, generous vacation and sick leave, and professional development and educational assistance funds. Our library is highly recommended, stably funded, and has received numerous awards for its community service.

about the position

The Partnership Coordinator is a key leader in communications, public relations, and program development. Working with the Communications Manager, this position is responsible for developing and maintaining community partnerships, assisting with internal and external communications, and reviewing new programs and initiatives according to strategic goals. The Partnership Coordinator ensures positive outcomes on partner projects and advocates for partner interests with staff and volunteers.

Partnership Coordinator is a full-time position with an hourly pay range between $14–20 depending on experience and/or education. Retirement, leave benefits, and plenty of opportunity for advancement are offered. Funding for education and professional development are also available. Click to see the full Partnership Coordinator job description (pdf).

application process

This position is open until filled. To apply, candidates should prepare an application package including the following:

To submit the application package, email the documents all in PDF format (preferably in a single PDF file) to Mailed or delivered application packages will not be accepted. 

Accommodations for completing the application can be made for people with disabilities or without computer access. Email or call 541-476-0571 to request accommodations.

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about the library district

In May 2017, citizens placed a measure on the ballot to permanently fund the libraries in Grants Pass, Illinois Valley, Williams, and Wolf Creek. For the previous 10 years, the libraries were supported by generous donations and the heroic contributions of more than 360 volunteers annually. The newly formed Josephine Community Library District (JCLD) is committed to enriching the community through access to quality library services across Josephine County and will continue to rely heavily on volunteers to run all four library branches. Learn more about Josephine Community Library District.

updated 2/21/2020