Jobs @ AHML

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Current Openings

Are you looking towards a career working with children?
 
We are looking for a creative, hardworking, and enthusiastic individual who is eager to work with children of all ages while assisting us with our summer reading program. You will be part of a team organizing and preparing various aspects of the program, working directly with our teen volunteers and representing the library at the summer reading table. 
 
This position is designed to give MLIS/Education students experience in assisting with program planning and learning how to provide excellent customer service while working with seasoned library professionals in an award winning public library.
 


Want to be part of a customer-focused team providing IT help desk services at our 5-star library?
 
This entry level position serves as primary contact for information technology related support for library staff at our library, Senior Center and Bookmobile.  Responsible for timely resolution of problems reported to our IT help desk.  Performs troubleshooting, repairs and general maintenance on hardware, software and peripherals.  Distributes and tracks computer supplies and accessories.
 


Would you like to join a security team in a welcoming services environment?  Want to spend your time with friendly and interesting people? 
 
Responsible for monitoring library activity and maintaining an appropriate environment.  Patrols interior and exterior grounds and parking lot to maintain security of building and property.  Provides security services for customers and staff, in and outside of the building, including vacating, closing and securing the building.  This position involves dealing effectively with individuals, groups and outside agencies, sometimes in difficult situations.
 


Would you enjoy working in a recently renovated building with friendly coworkers?  Then consider joining the maintenance team at our 5-star library.

As an assistant, you will be responsible for routine maintenance and janitorial services and assist by providing manual labor in other maintenance, remodeling or construction projects.


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The Arlington Heights Memorial Library is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any legally protected status or characteristic. The Library complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Persons needing accommodations in the application or interview process should notify the Human Resources Director. Nothing in this site constitutes a promise or offer of employment.

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