Jobs @ AHML

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We are currently seeking a Maintenance Assistant to join the Facilities team at our award winning library.
In this role, you will be responsible for routine maintenance and janitorial services and assist by providing manual labor in other maintenance, remodeling or construction projects.  

We are seeking a creative, resourceful and engaging advocate for youth to work with our diverse community. This position involves extensive interaction with the public, providing service to multiple audiences at various service points and during programs.  The majority of time will be spent working in Kids’ World, as well as serving teens in the Hub.  Kids’ World is an engaging play and learning space for youth ages 0-12 while the Hub offers a dynamic space for teens to hang out with friends, develop maker skills and learn.  Both spaces assist in providing homework help, connecting youth and caregivers with library materials and offering opportunities to engage in hands-on learning projects and experiences. 
This position is ideal for someone skilled at adapting service based on the customer’s developmental and informational needs.  Candidates must have demonstrated ability to work well independently and with a team, as well as enjoy working with youth and their caregivers.  Responsibilities will include providing reference and readers' advisory service, as well as occasionally assisting with programs and storytimes.

We are looking for a passionate 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, answering questions and guiding research in person and in our call center.
Our librarians support a culture of learning and work together to make the library a great place to be and work. You’ll be called on to share your expertise with your non-degreed colleagues, and act as a mentor and leader when supervisors aren’t present.  Our community is diverse and your coworkers are, too, so being comfortable engaging with a wide variety of ages, cultures, and abilities is important.

This position requires the ability to communicate with customers and colleagues throughout the library in an effective, enthusiastic and respectful manner; excellent research skills, with experience using a variety of databases; and strong customer service skills.

Do you excel at connecting people through programming and events? At AHML, the Programs and Exhibits team creates engaging, participatory programs for adults of every interest and delivers museum-quality exhibit experiences and large-scale events which reach all ages. During 2018, our library collaboratively offered more than 3,000 programs with 105,000 attendees.

As a Programs and Exhibits Specialist, you will develop, plan and host programs with a close eye on serving the varied interests and needs of the community. Work across departments to deliver programs from lectures to hands-on workshops which support our Strategic Plan. This role will support some of our biggest initiatives including One Book, One Village, our annual FanCon and a growing Artist-in-Residence program. Participate in program analysis and reporting to ensure continuous improvement and positive customer outcomes.

Program Specialists are responsible to manage multiple priorities with close attention to detail. Must be comfortable to engage with community members, potential presenters and partners by phone and in person; effective working independently and in teams; competent executing contracts, leading meetings and managing projects, and be a confident public speaker. 
To collaborate most effectively with staff across the library, the preferred candidate will have excellent communication skills and the demonstrated ability to excel in Our Culture.

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