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Are you someone who loves going to concerts, walking art galleries or throwing parties? Do you volunteer for big events and end up the go-to person? Have you gone to a museum exhibit and wished you could have been a part of the planning? Then consider joining the Programs and Exhibitions department. We strive to create experiences that inform, amaze and shift perceptions of what a library can be and the way we can serve the community.
As a Programs and Exhibits Specialist, you will plan, develop and host programs with themes and topics of interest to our residents primarily for adults, with opportunities to support program development for all ages. Engage with our community to create unique programming, and facilitate effective partnerships that result in programs, events or exhibits that achieve the library’s strategic goals. Participate in program analysis and reporting, to ensure continuous improvement and positive customer outcomes.

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.


You already know how great our library is, and maybe you've thought to yourself: I'd love to work there, but my current work or school schedule just won't allow it.  Here's a great opportunity for part-time hours and the chance to work with staff and serve customers who all love books, movies and music.
Are you someone who enjoys approaching customers of all ages and cultures and can quickly help them connect with their favorite interests and information needs?  Do you like tracking down information for children, teens and adults?  We're looking for personable individuals 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 access to the full range of library services via in-person, telephone, online chat, and other modes of delivery.

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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