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Please send completed applications to: Louis Carlile, Library Director. louisc@ncplibrary.org

 

Open Positions


Library Clerk (Part Time) $12+ depending on qualifications
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Position Title: Programming Assistant
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Part Time: 20 hours per week including possible day / evening / weekend hours

We are looking to fill daytime, evening, and weekend hours. Evening and weekend hours are in the highest demand. Flexibility in your schedule is a plus. Please state your availability when applying. Please fill out an application available at the library or on this page when applying.

JOB PURPOSE:
This is a part time position under the direction of the Supervisor staff member is assigned to. This position also requires continuous flow of library materials to and from the patrons, registering and maintaining patron’s records with excellent customer service skills. Work with staff from other departments as needed to provide quality service to the Library in conformance with Library policies and procedures and professional standards.
FUNCTIONS:
• Assist patrons with general questions.
• Routine check out of library materials, including items on Hold from the adult services department.
• Routine check in of library materials.
• Register patrons with library cards
• Take payment for fines or lost/damaged materials
• Handle routine complaints and answer a variety of questions at the circulation desk.
• Perform search for materials and notify patron of results
• Assist patrons in use of library equipment upon request such as computer, printer, copier, and fax. Perform simple maintenance functions such as filling of paper and clearing jams.
• Answer the telephone preferably within two rings and provide general information and accurate transferring of incoming calls.
• Inspect incoming library materials for damages and handle according to in-house procedures.
• Perform all opening/closing procedures in circulation area.
• Maintain a tidy and well-organized circulation area, desk and registration area.
• Assist in accurate shelf reading and reshelving of materials when page(s) are absent or as needed.
• Count and record daily fines on an as needed basis.
• Accurate file and shelve CD’s and DVD’s.

QUALIFICATIONS/BASIC JOB REQUIREMENTS:
• High school diploma or GED required. Some college / diploma a plus.
• Entry-level knowledge of secretarial procedures, office methods, and practices
• Operate various types of office equipment.
• Accurately file numerically and alphabetically.
• Demonstrated attention to detail.
• Ability to read and comprehend, in English, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and written with library patrons. Bi-lingual in Spanish a plus


Programming Assistant (Full Time) $15+ depending on qualifications

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JOB DESCRIPTION
Position Title: Programming Assistant
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Full Time: 40 hours hours per week including possible day / evening / weekend hours

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
1. Ability to work pleasantly and effectively with staff, patrons, supervisor and others.
2. Ability to work accurately in a changing and varied environment, and with frequent interruptions.
3. Ability to communicate clearly.
4. Ability to use various technologies to complete work.
5. Ability to follow library policies and procedures.
6. Ability to work independently and productively.
7. Ability to understand, practice and demonstrate the library’s Standards of Excellence for Public Service.
POSITION SUMMARY
Under the supervision of the Library Director, this employee is responsible for planning and presenting programs and supporting staff in program and service planning.

Specific responsibilities will be assigned by the Library Director on the basis of experience, skills, specific needs of the department and number of hours worked.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION
1. Ability to plan and evaluate programs for children and teens.
2. Ability to work independently and productively as well as with staff and volunteers.
3. Knowledge of STEM education and ability to use technology to plan and implement programs and services.
4. Assist in gathering various statistics.
DESIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
1. Bachelor’s Degree. MLIS a plus.
2. Experience working with children and knowledge of infant, child and
adolescent development.
3. Familiarity with Office apps such as Microsoft Office or Google Apps for Work, internet, and maker technology.

 

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