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.
Do you like tracking down information? Are you someone who enjoys approaching customers and can quickly help them connect with their favorite interests and information needs? We're looking for a personable individual with a love of reading and broad knowledge of books, music, and movies to make recommendations. This position involves extensive interaction with the public, to provide customers of all ages and cultures with access to the full range of library services via in-person, telephone, online chat, and other modes of delivery.
Join our great Youth Services team! We’re looking for a creative and enthusiastic librarian, who enjoys approaching customers of all ages and cultures, to connect them with their favorite interests and information needs. This position involves extensive interaction with the public, to provide access to the full range of library services via in-person, phone and online chat. May assist with programs and events. Working in a team environment, the librarian offers peer support to non-degreed teammates and acts as lead staff when a supervisor is not available. Will work primarily in Youth Services and will also serve adults while covering shifts in Info Services.
Want to be part of our award winning team? Our 5-star library is looking for a hard-working individual who makes customer service a priority.
Part time position provides service coverage for Circulation Assistants who are on vacation, ill, etc. Hours worked will vary week to week depending on staffing needs.
Responsible for the check out and check in of materials, money handling, registering new customers, maintaining the customer database on the library's automation system, and preparing library cards. Position works almost exclusively with the public and requires a positive and friendly customer service attitude. Ability to work well in a team environment required. Applies library circulation policies while providing Unparalleled Customer Service.
Would you enjoy helping library customers in a fun and unique way? Then consider applying for our position of Bookmobile Assistant providing personal service to customers on the bookmobile.
The Bookmobile Assistant helps customers find books, movies and other selections, uses the library computer system to check material in and out, restocks shelves and assists with organizing and preparing library materials.
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