Library Assistant - Part-time
Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library seeks a tech-savvy, service-oriented person with excellent communication skills and a customer service background to help conduct the day to day business of the library. Responsibilities for this position include checking materials in and out, assisting patrons with reference questions & computer needs, eBook & eReader assistance, processing materials, and shelving materials. Strong technology skills are an absolute must.
Qualifications: A high school diploma and knowledge of computers, word processing, spreadsheets, eReaders, and electronic information resources including the Internet. Experience in the use of Innovative Interfaces Sierra Integrated Library System highly desired, as is experience working in a public or school library setting. Compensation: $11.70 per hour (20 hours per week).
This is a non-benefited position perfect for someone who desires part-time employment in a busy, dynamic, service-oriented environment.
Schedule to be filled:
- Monday 9AM-5PM
- Tuesday 4PM-8PM
- Wednesday 9AM-1PM (8AM-1PM during summer months)
- Thursday 5PM-8PM (4PM-8PM during summer months)
- Friday OFF
- Saturday 10AM-2PM (2 per month)
- Sunday Closed
Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library serves the villages of Kimberly and Little Chute. Our enthusiastic, hard-working staff seeks to provide the best service possible while having fun in the process. The Library is a member of the Outagamie Waupaca Library System and participates in the shared online catalog, InfoSoup. The Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library is an equal-opportunity employer.
Complete the online application form available at http://www.vokimberly.org/information/employment-opportunites. Paper or mailed applications will not be accepted. Apply by Monday October 12, 2015. Position will remain open until filled. A complete job description is available below.
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