Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of ILA 2021 Annual Conference
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Services Library assistant
Urbandale Public Library Demonstrates proficiency in using a variety of library technology and operating systems, provides excellent service, and other duties, as assigned.
The ideal candidate will genuinely enjoy working with the public. They will be a person who can think on their feet to help assist the patrons. This person will also need to be able to help patrons with all manner of technology including computers, printers, tablets, and cell phones in order to fully utilize the myriad services and materials the library offers.
Part-time Library Assistant
Norelius Community library The duties and responsibilities of the Part Time Library Assistant include: • circulation procedures • assist customers with computers, faxes, photocopies, and other technology • reference assistance • completion of clerical tasks of patron forms, meeting minutes, desktop publishing in the form of flyers, brochures, bookmarks, seasonal programming calendars, etc. • materials processing • catalog magazines • create slides for submission to the electronic bulletin board • plan programming when assigned • assist with programs • shelving and straightening shelves • other duties as assigned by the Library Director
Library Associate (Part Time)
Grimes Public Library Library Associates help patrons use library services and facilities and perform a variety of administrative, technical, and other tasks under the direction of the Library Director or a department head.
KNOXVILLE PUBLIC LIB Full time position with the City of Knoxville. Main duties: cataloging, maintaining website and social media, training and supervising staff, and interlibrary loans. Bachelor's degree required.
Youth Services Librarian
Nevada Public Library Nevada Public Library seeks an energetic, enthusiastic, and flexible full-time Youth Services Librarian to join our busy, fast-paced library. The ideal candidate is excited about providing outstanding service to youth and their caregivers, is passionate about children, teens, and books, and enjoys planning and preparing programming for ages birth to 18. The individual best suited for this position must have knowledge of developmental stages, current trends in libraries, services and materials for children and young adults, and social media platforms.
Responsibilities include: planning and implementing all youth programming, including the Summer Reading Program, storytimes, book clubs, and class visits; selecting, ordering, and weeding books for children and teens under the supervision of the library director; assisting patrons in the children’s and young adult areas or seeking materials for youth.
Hours and Pay: 40 hours per week. Schedule will include opening, closing, and weekend shifts, with off-hours programming needs as necessary. $21.14-$28.19 per hour based on qualifications. The position earns sick, vacation, and holiday leave. It is eligible for benefits as laid out in the full job description.
Adult Services Librarian
Glenwood Public Library In charge of adult services, including the circulation desk, programming, home bound services and interlibrary loan.