Looking for entry-level library work? The Simon Fairfield Public Library is looking for you! We need a page who can help us bring order out of chaos every other Saturday from 9 to 1, as well as an additional 4 hours every every week (ideally on Monday and Wednesday). We pride ourselves on offering a congenial, laid-back, but efficient atmosphere for our patrons and staff. We encourage applicants who will thrive in such an atmosphere.
To shelve library materials. In addition, the library page will be trained to perform minimum duties on the circulation desk including but not limited to checking in and out of materials.
Minimum requirement: High school student or high school degree. Position requires basic knowledge of math and English and the ability to alphabetize and understand Dewey Decimal System.
Duties are often routine but may involve making minor decisions. Employee is expected to ask questions rather than complete a job incorrectly.
Employee works under direct supervision of Library Director; Children’s Librarian and Circulation Librarian.
How well the library page does his/her job has a direct impact on the overall operations of the library. If materials are shelved incorrectly, the efficiency of the library is negatively affected. The inability to find materials results in loss of service to patrons and is unacceptable.
The library page will have interactions with the public due to the nature of the job and the environment of a small public library. The page is expected to exhibit tact and courtesy and to refer to other staff if and when it is required.
Normal office conditions.
Manual Skills Required:
Little or no physical effort is required of position.
Little or no potential risk of injury.
How to Apply:
Please fill out an employment application and email it, along with a resume and any other desired documents, to Justin Snook at email@example.com. Applications submitted by July 7 will be considered. The Town of Douglas is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.