• Librarian I (Part-Time)

    City of Carmel
    Job Description
    Close Date: Continuous
    Salary: $24.87 - $30.23 Hourly

    LIBRARIAN I (Part-Time) 

    First Review of Applications:  March 10, 2017
    Hourly Hourly Rate: $24.87-$30.23                                                                                             
    Placement within the range DOQ.

    Do you love working with the public?
    Do you enjoy providing exceptional customer service?
    Are  you available to work on Sundays and on-call? 

    If you answered yes to the above questions, then the part-time Librarian I  position might be right for you. The City-of-Carmel-by-the-Sea is extending its hours of services at the Harrison Memorial Library, and we are looking for a Librarian to work on Sundays. Duties may include: Reference and reader’s  assistance services; developing displays, tours, and/or programs; performing manual and computerized bibliographic researches. Work Schedule: Sundays,1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and two (2) hours during the week.

    Every year, over 100,000 people visit Carmel’s Public Library seeking everything from books and e-books, to local history archives, adult and children’s programs, literacy services, job search help and much more.


    * Creating a community of readers and learners.
    * Providing patrons of all ages with resources, information, and programs.

    Ideal Candidate:

    The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, detail-oriented with strong customer service skills; able to communicate in a clear and concise manner, as well as be self-assured with the ability to exercise a high degree of common sense and sound judgment. Be able to meet and deal tactfully and effectively with the public, especially when communicating policies and procedures.

    Equivalent to a Master’s Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited  college/university. Experience working in a  library is highly desirable. 

    Knowledge of modern and complex principles and practices of library and  information science; procedures, methods and techniques of reference, research, classification, indexing, cataloging, and organization of library materials; public library materials acquisition, evaluation, and selection standards and procedures, computerized cataloging, bibliographical and circulation system databases, and internet searching.

    Must possess the mobility to work in a library setting, which includes the ability to stand, squat, stoop, stretch, lift, carry, shelve and retrieve books and materials (generally not exceeding 30 lbs.) from shelves and storage locations.

    See the full posting at https://www.calopps.org/ViewAgencyJob.cfm?ID=29998.
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