The position has a noble and much needed mission, "Plans, schedules, organizes, promotes and monitors coping skills programs in languages other than English." and more like that. I always like seeing the Queens Library, which I sometimes think badly of for what I perceive to be a Barnes & Noble mentality (calling their users customers, putting so much emphasis on circ stats, and that dress code hullabaloo a few years ago), doing what they do best, serving their immigrant populations, in a new, innovative way. I believe Queens has the most culturally and ethnically diverse population in the country, if not the world. Their website seems to be available in at least six languages, and offers resources in several more. Per the census, and so possibly under counting, Queens has a nearly 50% immigrant population, so one of the library's important offerings is its New Americans Program.
Anyway, I just wanted to giggle at, "Coping Skills Librarian," but I figured I'd better praise it, as well. Here at Barnard, I'd like to see about getting a "Massage Therapy Librarian."
Seen on the METRO-L discussion list.