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Have you been on a library interview recently? Or are you prepping for one?
Sounds like you could use The Interview Questions Repository!
If you’ve had a library interview recently, help this resource grow by reporting the questions you were asked:
or by sharing this link widely with your friends and colleagues.
If you are about to go on an interview, use the spreadsheet:
to help you prepare.
Top tip: Switch the spreadsheet to list view, in order to be able to limit by answers – you can choose to only look at the phone interviews at public libraries, for example.
Bottom tip: For respondents, you should be able to edit your answers, if you think of something to add, etc.
You will also always be able to find these links in the sidebar to your right —>
If you think a repository of questions that people have been asked in library interviews is a useful tool, please help keep it dynamic and relevant by sharing this post with at least one person today. Thanks!
Are you interested in getting a lot of eyes on your resume or CV?
Sounds like you could use Hiring Librarians’ crowdsourced Resume/CV review, For Public Review.
Here’s how it works:
We’ll post resumes or CVs, and invite the public to respond with their feedback in the Comments section. We’ve got a few ringers – people who hire librarians – who have agreed to regularly review and comment. However, anyone and everyone on the internet will also be able comment (respectfully – we will do our best to moderate attacks and insults).
We will post resumes or CVs from any LIS job hunter who submits one. However, he or she must agree to comment on at least five other posted resumes/CVs.
To have your resume or CV posted,
- First take a look at the comments on previously posted resumes/CVs, and see if any would apply to yours. Edit if necessary.
- Then send it as a Word document, PDF, PNG or JPEG to hiringlibrariansresumereviewATgmail.
- It will be posted as-is, so please remove any information that you are not comfortable having publically available (I suggest removing your address and phone number at a minimum).
- Please include a short statement identifying if it’s a resume or CV and…
- describing the types of positions you’re using it for (ie institution type, position level, general focus).
- Finally, you will also need to confirm that you agree to comment on at least five other posted resumes.
*YOU* are the value of this resource. To help keep it valuable, submit your resume/CV today, comment on other posted resumes/CVs, and share this post widely!
Thanks, as always, for reading and contributing!