We’re looking for a new Youth Services Librarian. If you love children of all ages, helping others, have innovative program ideas, and want a great part-time job - I want to talk to you! The Youth Services Librarian at the Spring Green Community Library is a service-oriented position in charge of developing and conducting programs and library services for children.
22 hours per week
Key Functions and Responsibilities:
- Create and deliver story times and innovative programs for youth ages 0 to 17
- Publicity, marketing, and community outreach related to youth activities
- Collect and report program statistics
- Oversee a teen volunteer program
- Circulation related tasks and regular front desk shifts
- Collection development for youth materials
Preferred qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in a related field and experience in a public library or early childhood setting. Requirements include: astute computer skills, positive attitude toward children, excellent communication and organizational skills, and willingness to work as part of a team. This position requires standing for long periods, bending, climbing, stooping, and lifting materials weighing up to 25 pounds.
Submit a Village of Spring Green Employment Application and cover letter to Carrie Portz (email@example.com or 230 E Monroe St. Spring Green WI 53588). Applications are available in the library or at www.vi.springgreen.wi.gov
Deadline: July 15, 2017
Estimated start date: August 15, 2017
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