Digital Resources Librarian

Curriculum Glendale, California


Work with a product team of experienced educators and curriculum specialists to develop innovative digital learning experiences for children in grades K-8. The digital resources librarian will organize, manage, monitor, and make recommendations to enhance collections of videos and digital books product developed by Age of Learning. This person will also help develop programs and materials that promote and support overall learning and product usage.


  • Daily monitoring of library product usage against key learning and business objectives
  • Utilizing expertise in early childhood literacy to identify and prioritize development opportunities for Age of Learning’s digital library product
  • Establish and maintain advisory relationships with practicing librarians
  • Utilize advisors, professional resources, and other useful sources of information to make recommendations for acquisitions of books and videos based on appropriateness for targeted age/grade levels, popularity, production quality, and content quality.
  • Categorize and organize library content with an eye on highest possible product engagement and learning objectives
  • Compile and generate metadata to describe library content (descriptions, key words, age/grade level, etc)
  • Create promotional and marketing materials to describe AofL library experiences for both consumer and educational audiences 


  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master's degree from an ALA-accredited Library and Information Studies program or equivalent experience preferred
  • 5+ years of experience in a library or as a school media specialist
  • High degree of knowledge of fiction and nonfiction literature for primary, elementary and middle school students
  • Experience in developing effective reading and media literacy programs for elementary and middle school students
  • Exceptional writing, communication and collaborative skills
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office products
  • Substantial experience with digital collections preferred