Duties include: waiting on patrons, assisting with computers, shelving books, processing books to make them shelf-ready, working with the public and children on a regular basis, will involve some lifting when packing the library in preparation for the move (less than 50 lbs)
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Messenger Public Library located along the beautiful Lincoln Highway near the Fox River serving the Village of North Aurora Illinois is seeking an individual to provide overall management, leadership and support to the Circulation Services Department. This individual will plan, organize, and implement the programs and services that meet the goals of the Circulation Service Department of the Library, and satisfy the needs of library patrons and the community.
Seeking an organized, detail-oriented customer service professional for the Champaign Public Library Administrative Office. Duties include but not limited to: greeting customers, staff, and vendors; answering and directing telephone calls, assisting with personnel activities such as recruitment, hiring, and record-keeping for l00 plus employees, maintaining employee and general office files; handling information and records regarding employee benefits programs; taking meeting minutes, and handling confidential information and providing secretarial and administrative support.
Courier Drivers are a critical component to the provision of customer service. These positions sort and deliver books and other library materials to and from member libraries. Courier Driver services are provided Mondays through Fridays.
**Please note: Must be available to work Mondays and Tuesdays.
The Morrison-Talbott Library in Waterloo is seeking applicants for a part-time Library Assistant with a focus on Genealogy and Local History.
The Morrison-Talbott Library in Waterloo is seeking applicants for a full-time Assistant Library Director.
The O’Fallon Public Library seeks a friendly, positive, enthusiastic, customer-oriented individual to fill a part-time position in our busy Circulation Department. Last fiscal year, more than 154,000 people visited the library and more than 337,000 items were checked out.
We are looking for an energetic, creative, team-oriented individual to join the Youth Services staff. Are you flexible, able to work independently, and do you enjoy working with customers of all ages? This may be the position for you.
Lead Lakeland Library Cooperative — an innovative and accomplished Michigan library cooperative — to continue outstanding levels of service and effective resource sharing. The Executive Board of the Cooperative (headquartered in suburban Grand Rapids), seeks an experienced library leader—responsive to member libraries, staff, and community needs, and skilled in focusing the efforts of a team of talented professionals—as its next Cooperative Director. Lakeland, one of eleven Michigan cooperatives, works in partnership with its 42-member public libraries providing essential services. With a $1.1 million annual budget (funded primarily from local property taxes) and 11FTE system staff, LLC serves an eight-county region in western Michigan with a service population of 1.2 million people. Member libraries range from small, rural libraries to very large urban libraries. LLC is a member-focused organization — 40 libraries participate in resource sharing through a shared ILS with daily courier service. All Lakeland libraries participate in reciprocal borrowing and belong to MeLCat, the statewide interlibrary loan system. The successful candidate will implement the 2016 Strategic Plan with its focus on four core areas: governance, member services, advocacy, and continuing education. Another key project is exploring migrating to a new ILS and implementing that migration.
The Programming Specialist is responsible for providing innovative adult programming. This position develops, plans, coordinates, executes, and evaluates programs for adults. This position also assists customers of all ages at public service desks with information and reference questions; assists and instructs customers with their use of library computers, personal electronic devices and other technologies; plans and presents library programs and performs collection development duties.