The Milan-Berlin Library District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt
Typical schedule: 40 hrs/wk, M-F, occasional Saturdays or evenings required.
Reports to: Director
Provides reference and circulation services (assisting the public, receiving and checking out books and other media, answering the telephone and assisting callers). Maintains inventories of books, magazines, periodicals and other media. Oversees collection development and maintenance of the Juvenile collection. Maintains and cultivates positive, life-long relationships with children, parents, schools, and teachers. Initiates, conducts, and supervises programming designed to encourage use of the library by minors, including but not limited to films and special events, crafts, story times, reading clubs, school and community outreach. Coordinates daily activities of assistants and volunteers assigned to YA/Juvenile department. Stays abreast of current trends in education, youth services, and library fields. Other duties as directed by supervisor.
Minimum qualifications: BA/BS in Education, Early Childhood Education, or a related field OR 3+ years working with minors in an instructive capacity. Must have reliable transportation to Milan and Berlin Heights. Proficiency in the Windows environment. Exceptional customer service skills. Strong organizational skills. Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
Desired qualifications: MLS with a concentration in youth services, or Master’s in Education, ECE, or a related field OR 5+ years working with minors in an instructive capacity. Proficiency in OSX, iOS, Android environments. Familiarity with SirsiDynix Workflows. Supervisory experience.
To apply – Drop off resumes at either Help Desk or email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Under general supervision, you will be responsible for handling daily operations and customer service for the public library. Duties include: customer service (assisting the public, receiving and checking out books and other media, answering the telephone and assisting callers and related); maintaining inventories of books, magazines, periodicals and other media; helping coordinate planned activities as directed; reporting and correcting deficiencies within the scope of position and other related functions associated with the public library.
Essential skills include: proficiency in the Windows environment, attention to detail, punctuality, superior customer service skills, and a love for learning.