Jobs for Librarians

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Our reference librarians are generalists with a wide range of knowledge, but they may have special expertise in one or more subjects as well. Technical librarians work behind the scenes, where they select, catalog and care for books and other materials. Many of our staff members are fluent in languages other than English, which helps us serve our diverse community.

Invitation to Compete # 33-18, Assistant Director – Public Services

The Library is seeking candidates for an Assistant Director of Public Services in our Library Programs and Services division. This position is full time at 80 hours per pay period and the salary ranges from $97,551.36 - $118,494.00 annually.

This position is open until filled.

See the bulletin for essential functions and for information on how to apply.

All other jobs

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Many essential jobs within the Library do not require a library degree, and those positions range from administrative professionals and support staff, information technology professionals, drivers who transport books and other materials, to workers who maintain our buildings and grounds, and security officers who keep patrons and staff free from harm.

Invitation to Compete #16-19, Library Associate I (3 positions), University and Northeast Branches

The Library is seeking candidates to fill 3 Library Associate I positions in our Northeast Region. The first is a regular status, 72 hour per pay period position located at the University Branch. The second is a regular status, 64 hour per pay period position located at the Northeast Branch. And the third is a temporary 3-month, 56 hour per pay period position located at the Northeast Branch. These are all part-time, and FLSA non-exempt (overtime eligible) positions. The regular status positions will also be eligible to receive benefits including vacation and medical, dental and vision insurance. This classification is part of a bargaining unit represented by AFSCME. Hours for this appointment will include weekdays, weekends and evenings.

To be considered, interested candidates must submit an online application with a resume and cover letter by 5:00 p.m., Thursday, February 14, 2019.

See the bulletin for essential functions and for information on how to apply.

Invitation to Compete #15-19, Intermittent Library Associate I

The Library is seeking candidates to fill positions in our Intermittent Library Associate I program used to schedule on-call shifts. Candidates must be available to work hours at any Library location with limited notification.

To be considered, interested candidates must submit an online application with a resume and cover letter by 5:00 p.m., Monday, February 11, 2019.

See the bulletin for essential functions and for information on how to apply.

Invitation to Compete #13-19, Web Developer I - Marketing and Online Services

The Library is seeking candidates to fill a Web Developer I vacancy. This position works out of the Library's Marketing and Online Services Department located at the Central Library and is part-time at 64 hours per pay period (approximately 32 hours per week). This position is currently being scheduled 16 additional hours per pay period through June 2019, so candidates must have flexibility and availability to work full time.

To be considered, interested candidates must submit an online application with a resume and cover letter by 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 8, 2019.

See the bulletin for essential functions and for information on how to apply.

Invitation to Compete #10-19, Community Partnerships and Government Relations Program Manager

The Library is seeking candidates to fill a Community Partnerships and Government Relations Program Manager vacancy. This position works out of the Library's Institutional and Strategic Advancement Department located at the Central Library. This is a regular, full-time and benefited position that is exempt from the overtime rules of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

This application period is open until filled. First consideration for interviews will be given to those who apply by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, February 18, 2019.

See the bulletin for essential functions and for information on how to apply.

Employee benefits

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We offer a benefits package that covers employees, their spouse or domestic partner, and dependents. Employee benefits include medical, dental and vision coverage, life and disability insurance, retirement plans, generous vacation and sick leave policies and much more.

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