Job Openings


Security Monitor

Maintenance Department

Hourly Part-Time (102)


21 hours per week: Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 - 9:30pm, Saturday 12:30-5:30, and Sunday 1:30-5:30.

General Description

A Security Monitor conducts surveillance of building, grounds and activities; ensures the security of the building; and enforces established rules and regulations, including the Library's Code of Conduct.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

This position requires a general knowledge of practices concerning the protection of buildings and grounds; the ability to recognize and identify activities or situations which have or may become a problem or emergency situation, and the ability to think and act quickly under emergency situations. Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work with teens is a must.

Minimum Training and Experience:

This position requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.


$12.50 per hour

Start Date:

October 3, 2017 or as soon as position is filled


Nels Peterson, Maintenance Supervisor


By October 3, 2017. Send resume, cover letter, and application to Human Resources at the East Brunswick Public Library Application are available on The Library website here.

Children's Librarian

Youth Services Department

Hourly Part Time (102)


8 hours per week. Thursday nights, 5-9pm & EITHER Saturday afternoons, 1pm - 5pm OR alternating Saturdays, 9am - 5pm. Flexibility to work additional shifts 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. .

Educational Experience:

A Youth Services Librarian must have a Master's degree in library science from, or be enrolled in a program at, an ALA accredited library school. Candidates who are currently students in an ALA accredited library school are encouraged to apply.


$28.45 per hour (with MLS)

Start Date:

As soon as position is filled


Aaron Picket, Manager of Youth Services


By Friday September 15th, 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.