Position Available Part-time Shelver
Tredyffrin Public Library is seeking part-time shelver to work evenings in the Children’s Department. Beginning wage $8 hour with 9 hours per week.
Tredyffrin Library is seeking a conscientious, detail-oriented, friendly person to shelve materials and provide customer service. Candidate should function well in a busy environment and be able to work with a variety of people. The primary responsibilities of the position will be returning all library materials to the proper places on the shelves, and ensuring that the shelves and display areas are neat, orderly, and attractive.
Candidate will also be trained in basic circulation desk procedures (check-in and checkout, and retrieval of holds) and will be expected to serve as a backup circulation assistant. Candidate will also be trained in retrieving books from the outside book-drop.
Some HS required; a broad knowledge of libraries and basic understanding of library procedures is desirable.
Current child abuse clearance, current state background clearance, current federal background clearances are required. Please see links below for more information.
Send letter of interest and resume to:
Angie Andre email@example.com with subject line: Children’s Shelver
Physical requirements of this position are the ability to: operate computer equipment and keyboards with ease; handle 25 lb. cases of paper, sit, walk, and/or stand for extended periods of time, stoop, and reach in a confined area; wheel a cart of books weighing up to 125 lbs.; operate a variety of computer and standard office machines.
EOE employer. Position open until filled.
Position Available: Adult Programming Coordinator
Location: Tredyffrin Public Library
Tredyffrin Public Library is seeking a part-time Adult Programming Coordinator to work 20 hours a week (including some nights and weekends). Ideal candidate is flexible, friendly, and enthusiastic about planning, administering, and evaluating programs for adults. This includes: identifying and developing programs of interest; overseeing program scheduling; coordinating program offerings in conjunction with related community interests and events; serving as liaison to individuals and organizations in the community; and tracking and evaluating program offerings. Working hours will vary depending on programming needs, scheduling, and associated promotional activities and will require evening and weekend hours. This position reports to the Library Director.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Experience with developing programs aimed at an adult audience
- Current child abuse clearance, current state background clearance, current federal background clearance (must be obtained prior to start).
- Beginning wage: $10 – $13 per hour.
Physical requirements of this position are the ability to: operate computer equipment and keyboards with ease; handle and move 25 lb. tables; sit, walk, and/or stand for extended periods of time; stoop, and reach in a confined area; wheel books or equipment weighing up to 125 lbs.; operate a variety of computer and standard office machines.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to Christopher Kibler, firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Adult Programming Coordinator
Employees must obtain the following three clearances: