Employment Opportunities at The Community Library

Regional History and Museum Summer Intern

The Community Library seeks a part-time summer intern for the Regional History Department and the Sun Valley Museum of History. The summer intern position assists the regional history department director with a focus on museum operations.  Duties include detailed collection management data entry, handling artifacts, scanning photographs, leading the public through exhibits, as well as basic daily museum operations. The ideal candidate has an educational focus in history or museum studies, as well as excellent communication skills.  The position involves 20 hours per week and may include some Saturdays and Tuesday evenings. The application period is 5/1–5/21/17.  For the full job description click here: Regional History and Museum Summer Intern

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Mary Tyson via email: mtyson@comlib.org 

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.

Click here for the full description: Hemingway in Idaho Research Fellowship.

For more information, contact Mary Tyson, Director of Regional History at The Community Library: mtyson@comlib.org or call (208) 726-7355 ext. 112.

Gold Mine Sales Aficionado

The Gold Mine Sales Aficionado is involved in sales operations at the Gold Mine Thrift store and Gold Mine Consign store. Please submit letter of interest and a resume to Craig Barry cbarry@comlib.org. See full job description here.

Gold Mine Thrift Triage Support

Gold Mine Thrift Triage Support is involved in processing of the incoming donations.  Please submit letter of interest and a resume to Craig Barry cbarry@comlib.org. See full job description here.