Employment Opportunities at The Community Library
Children’s and Young Adult Librarian I
The Community Library seeks a part-time Librarian I for the Children’s Library and Young Adult Department. This position requires enthusiasm for reading and early literacy programs, ability to work with children and adults, and strong organizational skills. Assisting with and/or leading story time is required. This is a Monday only position, though flexibility for other shifts and as a fill-in substitute is preferred. For the full job description and application instructions click here: Children’s and Young Adult Librarian I
Hemingway in Idaho Research Fellowship
The Community Library’s Regional History Department welcomes applications from current graduate students in the humanities, literature, museum studies, library science, information studies, preservation, archives, or a related program for its new professional fellowship program. The program is designed to provide practical experience to current graduate students interested in pursuing a career in special collections, historic structures, and/or literature setting.
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For more information, contact Mary Tyson, Director of Regional History at The Community Library: email@example.com or call (208) 726-7355 ext. 112.
Gold Mine Thrift Triage Aficionado
The Gold Mine Thrift Triage Aficionado oversees the initial triage of all incoming donated items. This individual must quickly and effectively assess incoming items and segregate them into core streams for further processing. Additional donation categories may also be assigned to this individual. The primary objective is to maximize the sales generated from these items as part of the Gold Mine family in delivering outstanding customer service. Submit letter of intent and a resume to Craig Barry firstname.lastname@example.org.
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