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Are you someone who enjoys approaching customers of all ages and can quickly help them connect with their favorite interests and information needs?  We're looking for a resourceful and engaging customer service provider with a love of reading and broad knowledge of books, music, and movies to make recommendations. This position involves extensive interaction with multiple audiences at multiple service points, providing customers access to the full range of library services via in-person, telephone, online chat, and other modes of delivery.

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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Consider joining our talented IT team in a role to recommend and develop new web services and applications.   You will be responsible for full life cycle development including requirements, coding, testing, implementation and maintenance.  Will work with staff and customers to conduct testing and collect feedback to advise our Web Team of possible enhancements for the user experience.

Can you shake your sillies out with a boisterous group of toddlers?  Do you know Willems from Riordan (and know how to booktalk both)?   Does crafting wearables with tweens sound like a fun afternoon? Are you a master in the art of a reference interview with a 6 year-old wanting books about dogs? Are people under 5-feet your favorite demographic, but you’re just as comfortable connecting customers of all ages with their favorite interests and information needs? 
We are looking for a resourceful and creative individual to serve our diverse community.  This position involves extensive interaction with the public, providing service to multiple audiences at various service points and through programs.  The majority of time will be spent working with youth ages 0-12 and their families in Kids’ World, as well as assisting teens in the Hub.

Candidates must have demonstrated ability to work well independently and with a team, and enjoy working (and playing) with children and their caregivers.  Responsibilities will include providing reference and readers' advisory service, as well as planning and presenting programs and storytimes in the library and out in the community.

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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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