The Executive Director is responsible for the management of the district in accordance with the policies established by the Board of Trustees. He or she recommends policy to the Board and implements administrative procedures and Board-approved policies to carry out the District’s mission.
The Executive Director leads the executive team and an engaged, talented staff. She or he also represents the District to local governments, civic and community organizations, professional associations, and residents.
Responsibilities and challenges
Communicate the importance and value of library service in the digital age and increase public awareness of services the library provides
Develop new or improved service models that effectively align staffing and compensation with the library’s service priorities
Encourage and support staff in their efforts to develop new and innovative programs to serve local residents
Create an environment of understanding and respect and the fostering of diversity in service, staffing, and collections and displays
Continually transform the Library to meet the changing needs of our users and communities
Foster an environment where innovation and excellence thrive
Mentor and coach staff to prepare them to assume leadership positions
Deploy technology that improves the customers’ experiences
Lead efforts to increase funding to the independent taxing district through periodic levy elections
Implement Capital Facilities Plan
Update and implement Strategic Plan
See recruitment brochure at https://www.librarystrategiesinternational.com
Submit applications to June@JuneGarcia.com