Substitute Youth Services Assistant

We are looking for a creative, resourceful and energetic individual to work with families and kids of all ages at our library. This position involves interacting with the public at both our Kids’ World desk and the Hub (Teen space) to connect our community to books, movies, music, games, programs and all the information resources the library has to offer.
This individual will enjoy answering quirky questions from our young customers, can work well on a team of dedicated library staff, and is interested in gaining experience through assisting with library programs and outreach opportunities.
Requirements & Skills: 
• Positive and welcoming communication skills in order to excel in Our Culture
• Proficient in using technology (e.g. computers, tablets, internet) to assist customers
• A good working knowledge of books, movies and pop culture for kids and teens preferred
• Experience working with youth and multicultural audiences preferred
BS/BA degree preferred or equivalent work experience.
Hours and Scheduling: 
Part-time position, approximately 4-20 hours per week. Flexibility in scheduling is required as this position provides service coverage for staff who are on vacation, ill, etc.
One scheduled Saturday shift per month required from 12-8 p.m.
Salary and Benefits: 
Starting salary $17.39 - $20.46/hour depending on qualifications
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit the following by December 16 to receive preferred application status:
  • A letter of interest, including how your qualifications match the requirements for the position.
  • Your resume.
  • Complete the attached availability schedule.
Only electronic submissions will be considered.
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