The Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library Board employs over 55 people in both full-time and part-time positions throughout both counties. Our staff comprises people from a variety of educational and professional backgrounds, including those with Masters of Library and Information Science degrees, educational programs, library technician diplomas, and more. The Board also prides itself on supporting the professional growth of its employees into other areas such as community development and technology.
During the year the Board also provides employment opportunities to youth through grants. These short term positions allow young people to enhance their skills, create meaningful community projects, and work in rural areas.
The Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library Board invites written applications including cover letter for the following position [PDF]:
Deadline: May 29th, 2017
PLACE OF WORK: Antigonish Town and County Library
HOURS: This position is on an on-call basis (filling in for sickness, vacation, short-term leave, etc.) Hours may include weekdays, evenings, or Saturdays.
Regular library duties include circulation of materials, shelving, working with computers and emerging library
technologies (eReaders, tablets, etc.), clerical duties, working directly with the public answering reference
questions, and assistance with library programming. A successful candidate must be comfortable working
with limited supervision.
Grade 12, an ability to work well with staff and public. This position requires individuals with efficient work
habits, as well as good communication, interpersonal, and organization skills. Good working knowledge of
computers is essential.
SUBMIT COVER LETTER AND RESUME NO LATER THAN MAY 29, 2017 TO:
KRISTEL FLEUREN-HUNTER, ANTIGONISH LIBRARIAN
THE PEOPLE’S PLACE: ANTIGONISH TOWN AND COUNTY LIBRARY
283 MAIN ST. ANTIGONISH, NS
WE THANK ALL WHO APPLY BUT ONLY THOSE SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE CONTACTED.
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