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We are currently seeking a Maintenance Assistant to join the Facilities team at our award winning library.
In this role, you will be responsible for routine maintenance and janitorial services and assist by providing manual labor in other maintenance, remodeling or construction projects.  

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.

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 and in our call center.
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.

Are you in tune with the diverse needs that drive teens? We are seeking a creative, friendly, resourceful and engaging advocate for teens to work with us and our community!
As Teen Services Advisor, you will join our team to develop and present interactive programs, contribute to outreach in schools and the community as well as assist teens in the Hub, the library's dynamic space for teens in Arlington Heights. In the Hub, teens come to create, learn, hang out with their friends, laugh, make and Do-It-Themselves. The Hub also provides homework help and connects teens to the library materials and resources they need.

Do you love buying books, movies, video games, music and more? Want to do it for a whole community? Come join our team! We are seeking an enthusiastic, flexible, innovative and service-oriented collection librarian who is technologically-savvy and self-motivated. The Arlington Heights Memorial Library strives to amaze our customers by having the best books, movies, music and games available as quickly as possible. Join our selection team so you can be a vital part of developing our incredible collection.
This Collection Librarian will be responsible for management of designated collections, including selection and evaluation, so that materials meet or exceed customer expectations.  
  • Select and evaluate materials for assigned collections across formats for a variety of audiences.
  • Analyze collection statistics and budget figures.
  • Act as a liaison to departments, receiving input and title suggestions.
  • Communicate changes in the collection and provide updates to other departments.
  • Train and make assignments to staff who assist with preparing materials and collecting data for review and evaluation.
  • Contribute to library-wide initiatives and goals, ensuring that titles across formats are available in a timely manner.
  • Respond to customer suggestions and concerns about the collection.

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