Adult Engagement Supervisor

Metropolitan Library System

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Under the direction of the Engagement Manager II or Library Manager, the Adult Engagement Supervisor provides leadership and direction for the Engagement staff at a large library, the collective Community Libraries or at the Downtown Library; supports the Library's strategic goals and initiatives by working with Learning Experiences staff along with local and system Engagement colleagues to provide relevant and timely programs and services to adults ages 19 and up, both inside and outside the library. 



Education and Experience:



The hiring salary is: $47,476.00 annually.  Selected candidate must be available for all shifts including evenings and weekends.  This position is exempt from the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.  


Full-time Benefits:

Health benefits that include medical, dental and prescription coverage

Vision coverage paid in full

Flexible Spending Accounts

Vacation Leave @ 8 hours per month

Sick leave @ 8 hours per month

Eleven paid holidays (subject to date of hire)

Defined Contribution Retirement Plan

Voluntary Differed Compensation Retirement Plan

Scholarship reimbursement opportunities

Life and AD&D Insurance paid in full

Voluntary dependent life insurance

Long Term care paid in full

Voluntary Short Term Disability

Long Term Disability paid in full


About the Metropolitan Library System

Governed by a 27-member appointed Library Commission, this large, diverse system of urban, suburban and rural libraries consisting of 14 full service libraries and five community libraries, serves 750,000 Oklahoma County residents. In 2013, MLS welcomed 2.9 million visitors and circulated 6.6 million items. With its vast array of programs, services and events, the Library promotes flexibility and change as it reaches out to the many communities throughout the County. The Friends of the Library raise funds, volunteer, and advocate for the Library and the Library Endowment Trust provides an excellent opportunity for contributions to be invested on a permanent basis.



Residents and visitors of the Oklahoma City metro experience an energetic atmosphere which is even stronger with recent revitalization efforts. The metro is part of a spirited urban renaissance which includes the Bricktown Entertainment District, Film Row, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Dubbed “Loud City,” sports fans cheer on the NBA basketball team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and its developmental league team, the Oklahoma City Blue. Baseball and soccer fans enjoy the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Triple A baseball team, the Oklahoma City Dodgers, and the new United Soccer League team, OKC Energy FC. Families enjoy a wide range of events throughout the year including Olympic Rowing, Kayaking and Canoeing in the Boathouse District on the Oklahoma River, the Red Earth Festival, deadCENTER Film Festival, the Festival of the Arts, and the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. 

Oklahoma City has been ranked one of the “Top 10 Places to Live” and one of the “10 Best Cities for Job Seekers.” It has been ranked #1 of the “Top Budget-Friendly Metros,” #2 of the “Ten Best Cities to Raise a Family,” and #4 of the “Top 15 Aspirational Cities.” Fast Company magazine ranked Oklahoma City #8 in “American’s Top Cities for Employee Satisfaction,” Business Week ranks Oklahoma City as the “Most Affordable Metro Area,” Business Insider ranks Oklahoma City as one of the “Top 35 Best Cities for People Under 35,” and Forbes magazine has recognized Oklahoma City as one of the best cities for good jobsone of the fastest growing cities, and #9 of the Happiest Cities for Job-Seeking College Grads.