Development & Communications Coordinator
The Blue Hill Public Library seeks applications for a part-time Development & Communications Coordinator. This position is a year-round 3/4 time, salaried position with a flexible schedule that has some seasonal fluctuation.
Summary: The Development & Communications Coordinator is an ongoing appointment for an outgoing and dedicated individual who will further the Blue Hill Library’s mission by supporting and implementing fundraising, marketing and communications efforts. The successful candidate will be highly organized, work efficiently, have strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to maintain a database, and a commitment to helping the library succeed.
Starting Salary: $27,000 – $32,000 annually, based on a 30 hour work week plus “part-time II” benefits as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
To apply: As a single PDF file, please e-mail:
- an introductory letter that describes your interest in the position and in the library and any relevant past experience
- a resume
- the names and contact information of three professional references
or hard copy to:
Blue Hill Public Library
5 Parker Point Rd.
Blue Hill, Me 04614
An initial review of applications will begin on October 18th and continue until a successful candidate is found.
Status updates on the search will be shared on this page.
The Blue Hill Public Library is a 501(c)3 public library that employs a staff equivalent to 7 full time employees, serves 6,500 patrons, is open 55 hours weekly, and lends from a collection of 44,000 items. The library is a busy community hub, recording 130,000 annual visits and 110,000 annual circulation and digital transactions. Last year the library hosted over 400 library-sponsored cultural programs for various ages. The library also served as a venue for 481 additional community-sponsored events.
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The Blue Hill Public Library is an equal opportunity employer and its management intends to fulfill, to the letter of the law, all provisions under federal, state, and local employment regulations which prohibit discrimination with respect to employment.