The City of Pendleton is accepting applications from remarkable library professionals interested in serving the community as Youth Librarian. This creative, highly organized and youth-oriented person will plan and implement library services for children of all ages and their families; coordinate library service to schools, childcare providers and other community partners serving children; and be a public advocate for children’s literacy and library services; and be responsible for social media for the Library.  Applicants must have knowledge of the principles and practices of professional librarianship; knowledge of early learning and literacy; skill in performing promotional and community outreach activities; ability to plan, perform and manage a full range of children’s programs including story programs, summer reading and reading readiness activities for children, teens and parents; ability to select age appropriate materials for youth; proficiency with development, creation and  oversight of social media; and provide readers’ advisory and reference service.  Minimum qualifications: Master’s Degree in library science, or enrollment in an MLS program to graduate within the year, plus one year of responsible experience providing library service to youth.  English/Spanish bilingual skills a plus.  Work schedule will include evenings and weekends, 40 hours per week, beginning salary $3,707 per month with excellent benefits.  Applications are available from the Personnel Office at Pendleton City Hall or the Library, 500 SW Dorion, or at www.pendleton.or.us/employment.  Cover letter, resume, completed City application form and supplemental questionnaire required.  Open until filled.  Equal Opportunity Employer.