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Alliance Library System average salary is $106,024, median salary is $104,548 with a salary range from $100,000 to $115,000.
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Executive Director 100,000-115,000 East Peoria, IL, 61611 2010 Alliance Library System Executive Director Salaries (3)
Alliance Library System East Peoria, IL Salaries
General & Operations Managers 109,096-109,096 East Peoria, IL, 61611 2010 Alliance Library System General & Operations Managers Salaries (1)
Alliance Library System East Peoria, IL Salaries
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Alliance Library System Information
  • Alliance Library System
  • Industry: Other
  • City: East Peoria, IL
  • Alliance Library System is a multitype library system with over 260 member libraries. Alliance provides a variety of services for its members including materials delivery, consulting, continuing education,and resource sharing. ALS also hosts the Mid-Illinois Talking Book Center which provides library sources to indvivdiuals with vision, mobile, and physical challenges that prevent them from comfortable reading regular print.