November 26, 2015

Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA) Searching for New Executive Director

A job posting for the executive director position at Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA) was recently posted online.


Even if you’re not interested/qualified for the position it’s  interesting to read about the job and the qualifications and experience COSLA wants a new executive director to have.

If you are interested in the job, materials (cover letter, resume, etc.) must be submitted by March 3, 2014.

From the Job Posting:

The Executive Director is responsible for the following: providing strategic leadership guided by the organizational plan for the Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA); implementing of policies set by the Board of Directors as well as annual goals and objectives including financial, program, and fund development; representing the organization at conferences, advisory groups, working groups, partner meetings, and in discussions with policymakers; providing the leadership and direction necessary to sustain the growth of AMR and their assigned association(s).

Read the Complete Job Posting (Including Qualifications)

See Also: COSLA Member Profiles


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