Jobs @ AHML

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We are part of the fabric of Arlington Heights, and we tailor our services to the unique needs of our residents and businesses. Can you serve as a primary library ambassador with community partners so that customers can experience the maximum value of our services? Then consider joining our communications and marketing team.

Zombies. Crafts. Manga. Raina Telegmeier. Minecraft. 1D. Food. And more food.
Do you know what captures the imagination and interest of tween kids? This exciting new position on our Youth Services team will create, promote and present interactive events with a focus on STEAM and popular culture.  Will deliver experience-based and technology-centered programming to amaze our tweens.
In collaboration with Youth Services and other library teams, will develop and adapt services to help tweens explore, learn, create and connect with others around constantly changing topics and interests. Provide reference and readers’ advisory service to customers of all ages.  Provide support to home-schooled kids and their parents.

Oh, The Places You’ll Go.
We support parents, caregivers and teachers to help children on their path to achieve that essential milestone:  learning to read.   This position is responsible to create and deliver early literacy experiences to infants through preschoolers; connect with parents and caregivers; provide outreach to child care providers; and develop school-age readers and life-long learners. 
Leads initiatives for early childhood services, including to plan and deliver story times and family engagement programs.  Provide reference and readers’ advisory service to customers of all ages.  Actively contributes to broader Youth Services offerings.

Working with mature adults in our community is interesting, enjoyable, and highly rewarding. Consider joining our senior services team and have fun as you help older customers connect with their popular culture interests and master current technology.
Provides advisory services by selecting, preparing and delivering materials to homebound residents and customers at senior healthcare sites in the community. We need an avid reader with broad knowledge of books, music and movies to make recommendations for appropriate reading, listening and viewing materials.  Will lead book discussions, technology instruction, and other outreach programs at senior sites in the community.

Looking to gain experience working in a busy environment where teens come to create, learn, hang out with their friends, laugh, make and Do-It-Themselves, and explore the world? Our innovative and interactive public library service for teens is the spot for you.  We can provide an ideal learning opportunity in The Hub, our space for teens, to help you prepare for your future career as a teen librarian.
We are looking for a tech-savvy, creative and enthusiastic individual who is eager to explore Maker projects, summer reading, and interacting with teens. This position is designed to provide experience in assisting with program planning, learning how to provide excellent customer service, and working effectively with groups of teens and seasoned professionals in our 5-star library.
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We provide specialized services to meet the information needs of our business and genealogy customers. This position has extensive interaction with the public to provide access to these library services via one-on-one appointments and through the genealogy room. Will assist with blog posting, social media instruction, genealogy inquiries, hosting programs and other services.

Explore.  Learn.  Create.  Connect.
That’s what we help our customers do.  And with technology, there is always something new to experience.  Each month we offer 40 to 60 computer and technology classes, from basic computer skills to one-on-one help with personal devices to using social media to grow a business.  Our Studio provides customers with space, equipment, software and training to get creative with video, music, graphic design and more.
The Digital Services Manager sets the direction for all virtual services and content throughout the library.  Will be a creative leader for the team that anticipates, develops and delivers dynamic learning experiences which help our customers achieve their personal and small business goals.  Leads a collaborative team responsible for the optimal customer experience at and on our mobile app.

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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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