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Secondary School Librarian Assistant - job post

The International School of Panama
4.3 out of 5
San Miguelito, Provincia de Panamá

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San Miguelito, Provincia de Panamá

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Reports to: Secondary School Librarian
Collaborates closely with: ES and Secondary School Librarians, MS and HS teachers

Job Summary:
The Secondary School Library is a hub of discovery, inquiry, and social emotional development for more than 600 students, grades 6-12, and 150 plus staff at the International School of Panama. It is the mission of the library to: Empower our community to be competent and ethical users of information Provide a safe and inclusive space for our diverse learning community Provide a collection of materials to implement, enrich, and support the curriculum and an ongoing love of reading
ISP is seeking a proactive, well organized, and joyful Library Assistant, who shares a passion for working with children and teens, as well as in creating compelling multiliteracy programs for schools.

This position assists the Secondary School Teacher Librarian with daily library operations. Responsibilities include processing new materials, checking books in and out, organization of the library, developing library displays, and assisting students and staff with various academic and SEL needs.

Daily tasks may include: Provide friendly service to patrons (students, parents/guardians, colleagues) and answer general questions regarding library policy, procedures and patron accounts Supervise students while using the library Manage library circulation software (Destiny): Check-out, Return and Renew materials Mange holds Contact patrons regarding lost and overdue materials Assist patrons with accessing and using library resources (books, databases, computers, etc.), computer and printing services Perform high level reference searches using library resources, on-line databases and other reputable sources Assist with collection/inventory management duties that may include weeding, sorting, and shelving Create content and maintain displays, bulletin boards, Instagram, and other merchandising efforts Proactively ensure that library space is neat and organized (e.g., furniture and equipment is in order, shelves are well organized, displays are creative and refreshed regularly, etc.) Conduct outreach and advocacy efforts for the library Attend library events and meetings (as scheduled) Other duties needed to support library, as requested by Librarian

W HAT YOU BRING Passion for working with and appreciation of International and diverse students Deep dedication to continual growth and development A commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in education Eagerness to collaborate with colleagues A willingness to be flexible, and adaptable, and committed to the unique nature of working in an international school Organization, time management, and problem-solving skills A high degree of professionalism Commitment to participating in the whole school experience including embodying our core values, mission, and definition of learning.

ISP is a non-profit, student-centered, independent school, inspiring lifelong learners for a future without borders. We are recognized as a leader in international education, offering world-class opportunities for students since 3 years old at Early Childhood Center to 12th grade.
The International School of Panama operates under the license of the Ministry of Education of Panama and is accredited by AdvancED. As an authorized IB World School, we offer the International Baccalaureate Program (IB) for students in grades 11 and 12. In addition, we offer the unique Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate and AdvancED certified STEM programs.
ISP Child Protection Policy Statement
Schools strive to ensure that all children in their care are afforded a safe and secure environment in which to grow and develop. Child abuse and neglect are violations of a child’s human rights and are obstacles to the child’s education as well as their physical, emotional, and social development. Child abuse and neglect are of growing concern in schools throughout the world.
The International School of Panama, in keeping with our core beliefs and mission statement, has adopted a Child Protection Policy that will empower students, families and staff in matters related to the health, safety and care of children in attendance at our school.
This Child Protection Policy is the school’s commitment to do our utmost to prevent and protect children from abuse. It is a statement of intent that demonstrates the school's commitment to safeguard children from harm and makes clear to all its members what is required in case of a known or suspected case of abuse. All ISP faculty, staff, and employees, as well as all students, parents and other relevant community members and service providers associated with the school (the “ISP Community”), have a legal obligation to report suspected incidences of child abuse or neglect whenever they have reasonable cause to believe that a child has suffered or is at risk of suffering any type of abuse regardless of the location where the abuse takes place.
You can find detailed information on our Child Protection Policy at

Social Emotional Learning, Wellness and Student Leadership:
As an integral part of The International School of Panama, we are committed to fostering a nurturing and inclusive environment that values character development, social-emotional learning (SEL), wellness, and student leadership. We are seeking individuals who not only possess the necessary qualifications for the role but also bring a deep understanding and experience in promoting SEL, wellness initiatives, and facilitating student leadership development. Successful candidates will actively contribute to our mission of empowering students to thrive academically and personally by incorporating these topics into their work.


BASIC QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE JOB At least 3 years of experience in the relevant subject area or grade level Willingness to learn or familiarity with Follett Destiny, Sora, Overdrive and other library related software platforms and databases High level of English proficiency Cross-cultural sensitivity and an international mindset Previous experience in an international school is desirable Experience in Standards-Based Grading, Universal Design for Learning, and Blended Learning are highly desirable.
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