T. B. Scott Free Library, in Merrill, Wisconsin, invites candidates to apply for the Library Assistant position. Visit Jobs | T.B. Scott Free Library (tbscottlibrary.org) to view the complete job description.
Assists members of the public at all service points of the library—primarily Circulation and Youth Services, with Adult Services as needed. Duties include assisting patrons with specific requests for information and/or assistance, including interlibrary loan and readers’ advisory; circulation of incoming and outgoing materials to patrons; maintenance of departmental materials; assisting with library program delivery; and using computers to perform essential duties. This is a part-time position, approximately 20 hours per week. Work hours will typically fall between 9am-7pm, Monday through Friday, with some Saturday hours required. Specific days and hours are negotiable.
This is a Grade 3 position, starting at $15.05/hour. Pro-rated benefits include paid vacation/sick leave/holiday/library floating holiday/personal holiday pay.
Required: High school diploma. Preferred: Additional education beyond high school; some experience working in libraries.
A two-time recipient of the Library of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Library Association, T. B. Scott Free Library is an architecturally stunning building on the Prairie River in Merrill, Wisconsin. Merrill is traditionally home to the Menominee, Ojibwe, and Ho-Chunk, and is the gateway to the Wisconsin Northwoods. The library provides service to the residents of the City of Merrill and the surrounding communities of Lincoln County, with a total service population of 21,000.
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In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or applicable state and local laws, applicants requiring reasonable accommodations for the application and/or interview process should notify Library Director Laurie A. Ollhoff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-536-7191. Examples of reasonable accommodations include making a change to the application process; providing written materials in an alternate format such as braille, large print, or audio recording; using a sign language interpreter; using specialized equipment; or modifying testing conditions.
We welcome people with eclectic education and work experiences as well as people with more traditional histories. If you meet the minimum qualifications, send a resume and a thoughtful cover letter to Andrea Bennett at email@example.com. Preferred deadline for submissions is end of day on March 31, 2023.