Library Jobs

Part-Time Delivery Driver

Monarch Library System is looking for a person to work out of the Sheboygan office and deliver material to the libraries in Sheboygan County.

For more details contact the Monarch System Office at 920-208-4900 x310 or you can send an email to lhuether@monarchlibraries.org

 

Cedarburg Public Library currently has two part-time openings:

  • Adult Services Library Associate – 30 hours a week
    • This position will serve adults and young adults at the Adult Information Desk, assist with marketing & communications for all library programs/events, and assist the Director and Assistant Director with administrative tasks.  Some programming and collection responsibility.
  • Youth Services Library Assistant – 15 hours a week
    • This position will serve children and parents/caregivers at the Youth Services desk and assist with programming geared toward school age children, in particular programs in the field of STEM and STEAM in our Tinker Lab.

Cedarburg is located 20 miles north of Milwaukee and is consistently listed as one of the most charming small cities as described by Midwest Living magazine.  Top rated schools, strong community support, and a new modern library that was opened in 2014 all contribute to a great place to live and work.

We are looking for creative people to join our team to work toward our combined goal of great customer service along with innovative programs and services.  See our website at www.cedarburglibrary.org

Applications for the two positions are found at:

https://www.ci.cedarburg.wi.us/employment/pages/employment-opportunities

Iron Ridge Public Library

JOB DESCRIPTION

Position Title: Library Director

Reports to: The Iron Ridge Public Library Board

Hours: Part time, specific hours to be determined by the new director, ranging from 10-26 hours per week.

General Summary of Position

Administers public library in small rural community in Dodge County, Wisconsin.

Essential & General Job Functions

  1. Supervises staff and volunteers.
  2. Performs all circulation functions within the cataloging system, including checking in and checking out materials, placing holds and renewals, managing interlibrary loan transactions (in-system and via Wiscat), registering new users and maintaining the patron database.
  3. Performs reference and reader’s advisory functions, assists patrons with use of library resources and equipment.
  4. Maintains collection by selecting and ordering new materials, weeding, and discarding obsolete materials and keeping the collection in an orderly, organized manner. Includes shelving, packing and unpacking delivery.
  5. Catalogs and processes new materials.
  6. Prepares annual budget plan and administers budget, tracking purchases and preparing invoices for payment.
  7. Prepares statistics and required reports for the Library Board and State.
  8. Assists the Library Board with long-range planning and policy development and fundraising.
  9. Manages the library website and runs the library Facebook account.
  10. Participates in Monarch Library System Library Directors Council and committee work.

Training and Experience

  1. Minimum of 54 semester credits in liberal arts and sciences from a college or university approved by an accrediting association of more than statewide standing.
  2. Readiness to undertake four library management courses that are required for Wisconsin Grade III Library Director
  3. One (1) to three (3) or more years of work experience dealing with the public.
  4. One (1) or more years of experience in library methods and procedures preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  1. Knowledge of general office procedures and practices.
  2. Skill in the use and operation of a personal computer. Knowledge of Microsoft Office© software and library software preferred. Skill in using/instructing tablets and reading devices.
  3. Ability to work independently.
  4. Ability to create effective written, verbal, and graphical communications.
  5. Ability to create effective working relationships with the Library Board, Village Board and staff, staff at other libraries, and the local community.

Physical & Working Conditions

Nearly 100% of time, work is performed in a normal office setting with little or no discomfort from temperature, dust, or noise. Frequent sitting with intermittent standing or stooping. Frequent walking from place to place to assist public in finding books on shelves or assist in finding information. Frequent oral communication with the public and other librarians face to face, over the phone, and via Teams or Zoom. Occasional lifting of medium-weight bags and boxes and bending and stooping to pack and unpack books from them. Frequent handling and fingering of office equipment.

The above is intended to describe the general content of the requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

Please submit resume and list of references to: larand@charter.net

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

Due to a retirement and an internal promotion Slinger Community Library is seeking two Circulation Clerks!

We are seeking fun, energetic, and service-oriented individuals to join our team!  The individuals for this position must provide excellent customer service through assisting patrons at the circulation desk and over the telephone, checking-out, checking in materials, collecting fines, shelving and processing materials, and providing reader’s advisory. Excellent customer service skills, enjoy working with patrons of all ages, and high comfort level with technology required. High School diploma or equivalent, demonstrated proficiency with computers and library experience preferred.

This part time Circulation Clerk position averages 15 hours/week. A set schedule will be created upon employment but flexibility is key!  Generally, this position will entail 3, 4-5 hour shifts per week and 1 Saturday per month. Library hours are Monday-Thursday 9 am – 7 pm, Fridays 9 am – 5 pm and Saturdays 9 am – 12 pm.

Pay is $10.15 per hour. The job description and application are available online at www.vi.slinger.wi.gov or www.slingerlibrary.org or at Village Hall, 300 Slinger Road. Completed applications should be turned in to Village Hall or emailed to Tammy Tennies at ttennies@vi.slinger.wi.gov. These positions are open until filled.