Some of the Monarch Library System Member Libraries currently have openings to fill select positions. Please click below to view the current offerings! Germantown Public Library is Hiring for a Youth Services Assistant Position! Grafton Public Library is Hiring for a Library Assistant! Juneau Public Library is Hiring for the Library Clerk Position! Port Washington Library has 2 Positions Open!
The Hustisford Community Library is accepting applications from qualified candidates to fill the position of library director. While serving as a center for community fellowship and pride, the Hustisford Community Library provides quality materials and services that support education, including personal growth, cultural development, and recreation for the citizens of Hustisford and surrounding areas. The ideal candidate would possess: *experience working with library boards and governing bodies, *knowledge of budget preparation, policy development, administration and
The Germantown Community Library is currently accepting applications for a full-time Youth Services Librarian position. Youth Services Librarian Job Posting Youth Services Position Description The position will remain open until a qualified individual is found, but preference goes to those responding by the October 27th.
The Board of Trustees for the Juneau Public Library is seeking a full-time Library Director. The Juneau Public Library: • is a newer, spacious structure, with up-to-date technology, • benefits from an experienced, dedicated staff, • is governed by a supportive Board of Trustees, and • enjoys an active Friends of the Library organization. The mission of the Juneau Public Library is “to provide free access to materials and programs that engage, educate and entertain
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“The overall cost of the combined system will be lower, yet many services are expected to improve,” writes Mike Vandersteen, mayor of Sheboygan, in this opinion piece in the Sheboygan Press.
“The archived images and photos of artifacts are scanned in high resolution and will be made available through Recollection Wisconsin, a statewide digital repository that contributes content to the Digital Public Library of America.” Read the Sheboygan Press article here.
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Sheboygan WHBL’s Rusty Mehlberg speaks to Eastern Shores Library System Director Amy Birtell, who says library use is up across the area. Hear why in the full interview.