Jobs @ AHML

We want to amaze our customers. So we expect the best from everyone. Those who embrace our culture will be successful and happy here. Read more.

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Current Openings

We are looking for a passionate librarian who enjoys approaching customers of all ages and cultures, to connect them with their favorite interests and information needs.  This position involves extensive interaction with the public, answering questions and guiding research in person, in our call center, and out in the community.
 
Our librarians support a culture of learning and work together to make the library a great place to be and work. You’ll be called on to share your expertise with your non-degreed colleagues, and act as a mentor and leader when supervisors aren’t present.  Our community is diverse and your coworkers are, too, so being comfortable engaging with a wide variety of ages, cultures, and abilities is important.
 

This position requires the ability to communicate with customers and colleagues throughout the library in an effective, enthusiastic and respectful manner; excellent research skills, with experience using a variety of databases; and strong customer service skills. Preferred candidates will have training and instruction experience and a passion for developing programs and learning activities.

 
Our Service Model:
We are an active, service-oriented public library. Will staff our Info Desk and Call Center, responding to an array of challenging and detailed research questions helping our customers navigate today’s information world. Off-desk time is spent in a shared office environment, contributing to library-wide initiatives and coordinating programs and classes.


We want to amaze our customers by having books, movies, music and games available as quickly as possible.  Consider joining our materials handling team so you can make sure customers can easily access our incredible collection.
 
You will shelve and maintain the order of all library materials.  Deliver and retrieve items for customer or staff requests. Check materials in/out and manage customer holds.  Direct customers in the library to find materials or to staff who can help them.
 


Explore.  Learn.  Create.  Connect.
That’s what we help our customers do.  And with technology, there is always something new to experience.  Each month we offer 40 to 60 computer and technology classes, from basic computer skills to one-to-one help with learning to use personal devices to using social media to grow a business.  Our Studio provides customers with space, equipment, software and training to get creative with video, music, graphic design and more.
 
The Digital Services Manager sets the direction for all virtual services and content throughout the library.  Will be a creative leader for the very talented staff that anticipates, develops and delivers dynamic learning experiences to help our customers achieve their personal and professional goals.  Leads a collaborative team responsible for optimal customer experience at www.ahml.info.
 


We want to amaze our customers by having books, movies, music and games available as quickly as possible.  Consider joining our materials handling team so you can make sure customers can easily access our incredible collection.
 
You will shelve and maintain the order of all library materials.  Deliver and retrieve items for customer or staff requests. Check materials in/out and manage customer holds.  Direct customers in the library to find materials or to staff who can help them.
 


Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

We support parents, caregivers and educators to help children on their path to achieve essential milestones:  learning to read and being prepared for school.   This position is responsible for creating and delivering early literacy experiences to infants through preschoolers; connecting with parents and caregivers through programs and workshops; providing outreach to early childhood providers and community organizations; and developing school-age readers and life-long learners through engaging literacy and STEAM programming.   Join us at an exciting time as we begin our path to become a Family Place Library. 

Responsibilities
  • Responsible for the development and coordination of library-wide early literacy programming and initiatives that are consistent with the vision and values of the library, our strategic imperatives, and the diverse needs of the community.
  • Provides in-depth and high-level knowledge of early literacy skills and programming to guide staff and customers.  This includes promoting an environment that encourages input from all staff, sets high standards and encourages all library staff members to provide exceptional customer service while building staff expertise.
  • Coordinates, evaluates, and coaches library staff for development and presentation of early literacy programs such as storytimes, family engagement programs, and informational workshops.  Take the lead role in training library staff to disseminate early literacy concepts and practices to parents of children from birth to age 5.
  • Identifies and implements emerging opportunities throughout the community for early literacy partnerships including resource sharing, referral and community coalition building.
  • Supervises and participates in hiring, training, and evaluation of support staff whose duties include service to young children.
  • Develops effective strategies for communicating the library’s early literacy goals to individuals and the community through a variety of media.
  • Provide reference and readers’ advisory service to customers of all ages.
  • Actively contributes to broader Youth Services offerings and library-wide programs and services.


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People of color and all abilities are encouraged to apply.
 
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