Lane Memorial Library JOB OPPORTUNITY
The Children’s Room is currently looking for a Library Page for 4 hours a week. Work involves shelving books and other materials, checking that materials are in their appropriate places, and other library tasks as needed. Consistent attention to detail is a must.
The library page must be able to file materials within the appropriate classification scheme, particularly the Dewey Decimal Classification System. Instruction will be given in this.
- Ability to alphabetize and put things in numerical order.
- Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions in English at an eighth (8th) grade level.
- Ability to learn routine library procedures.
- Ability to adhere to library policies and procedures, including dress code.
- Ability to work independently and thoroughly with a minimum of supervision.
- Minimum of 14 years old.
Minimum Physical Qualifications
Must be able to:
- Push and pull library book trucks weighing up to fifty pounds across seventy feet of carpet.
- Carry up to ten pounds (10 lbs) of books across the length of the Children’s Room (approximately 70 feet).
- Stand for prolonged periods of time
- Bend and stretch to reach high and low shelves
The current salary is $7.25 an hour.
Applications are available at both the Adult and Children’s circulation desks and must be submitted to Paulina Shadowens, Head of Children’s Services, no later than Tuesday, November 27, 2018. Applications will be reviewed by the department head and you will be contacted if an interview will be scheduled.
Lane Memorial Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ADA concerns: “The Library Page position may be performed with partial physical disabilities although the position is physically demanding and requires bending, lifting, and reaching. Persons with visual disabilities may have difficulty filing Library materials, although speech and hearing disabilities would present few problems. Intellectual impairment may not hamper performance where the ability to file quickly is present”. —from OCLC Computer Library Center