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NYC School Library System Homepage: Library Job Openings 2023-2024

Elementary Schools


PS 253K, Brooklyn

Send resume to Principal Lauri Casale  at


PS 32K, Brooklyn

The job will be full time and it is a cluster teaching position. There is a NEST program at the school and there is also a big focus on equity.

Resumes can be sent to the Principal Denise Watson:

K-8 Schools

PS/IS 57 James Weldon Johnson, Manhattan

Send resume to Principal Victor Garcia at

PS 206 Jose Celso Barbosa, Manhattan

Send resume to Principal Camille Forbes at

PS 43Q, Queens

Send resume to Principal Simone Nicholas at

Own World Charter School, Queens

OWNCS is seeking a Library Media Specialist for the 2023-24 school year who will serve as the primary connection between the school library and the schools International Baccalaureate (IB)  framework.  In addition to maintaining the library collection, this educator works closely with classroom teachers, specialists and the educational technology team to ensure that the library remains an integral part of the instructional program and enhances the IB program.  This is a collaborative position that promotes student curiosity and will engage children in the world of books, foster a love of literature, and work to complement the classroom programs across the network.  The Library Media Specialist will split his/her time evenly between two schools, OWN 1 Elementary school and OWN 1 Middle school. Please apply here.

Middle Schools





High Schools

The Clinton School, Manhattan

Email resume to

Seeking 6-12 Librarian for IB School


Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science, Bronx (Campus Librarian Position for Bathgate Educational Campus)

Email resume to Principal Ingrid Chung at 


Canarsie High School, Brooklyn (Campus Librarian Position for Canarsie High School Campus)

Email resume to Principals Pauline O'Brien and Iris Garcia at and


The High School of Economics and Finance, Manhattan

Email resume to Michael Stanzione at



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