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Information Services Department
Hourly Part-Time (104)
6 hours per week: Thursday 3PM-6PM; and Sunday 1PM-4PM;
- Assists patrons with printers, photocopier, fax, scanner, computers
- Shelving magazines, newspapers, and books
- Assist with interlibrary loans; pulling titles and mailing
- Performs routine maintenance on library equipment
- Performs special tasks as assigned
Required Skills, Knowledge and Ability
This position requires the ability to shelve and file materials by alphanumeric codes; to work closely with and be responsive to the public and staff; and to remain pleasant in the face of constant demand. This individual must be well organized and neat, pay close attention to detail, and have clear language, speaking and writing skills. Knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office are required.
Minimum Training and Experience:
This position requires a person who is at least 16 years old and has maintained above average grades.
This position requires the physical ability to carry out employment responsibilities, including bending, kneeling and stretching to handle materials; moving and lifting equipment and loaded materials carts and trucks.
$8.44 per hour, high school students
Karen Parry, Information Services Manager
By Friday, June 9, 2017. This position may be filled prior to the application deadline. An application is available at the top of this page. Email applications to Karen Parry, Manager of Information Services.
Youth Services Department
Hourly Part Time (102)
8 hours per week. Flexibility to work additional shifts as needed is preferred.
East Brunswick Public Library is looking for an innovative and engaging Children's Librarian to join our department. This librarian will support the education and informational needs of the full range of children and parents who use our department, from providing Reader's Advisory, to providing storytimes to toddlers, to creating STEAM programs for middle school children, to promoting the department's collection of lendable technology for children. In this position, the librarian will primarily staff the Youth Services desk but will be expected to develop and lead monthly programs and participate in outreach to schools and the community as needed. Like every member of the department, this librarian will be expected to be a passionate advocate for the information needs of youth and families, possess a strong knowledge of children’s literature, and demonstrate an enthusiasm for developing creative programming. .
A Youth Services Librarian must have a Master's degree in library science from or be in the last semester at an ALA accredited library school. Other candidates who are currently students in an ALA accredited library school may be considered.
$28.45 per hour
As soon as position is filled
Aaron Picket, Manager of Youth Services
By Wednesday May 17th, 2017. This position may be filled prior to the application deadline. Applications are available in the Administration Office, at the Information Services Desk at the library and on the Library website page.