Jobs @ AHML

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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 love talking about the latest best-seller books?  Do you like tracking down information?  Are you someone who enjoys approaching customers of all ages and cultures and connecting them with their information needs and interests?
Our Info Services team has an opportunity for an avid reader, with a broad knowledge of books, music and movies, to make appropriate recommendations for library customers.   This position involves extensive interaction with the public, to provide customers access to the full range of library services via in-person, online chat, and other modes of delivery. 
Advisor will also help develop new way to deliver advisory services to customers online and in the library and will facilitate book discussions and programs for book lovers.

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