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 two (2) positions:
Hours: This position is on an on-call basis (filling in for sickness, vacation, short-term leave, etc.) Hours may include weekdays, evenings, Saturdays, or Sundays.
Duties: Regular library duties including circulation, shelving, various clerical duties, and helping patrons locate materials Position may also require answering reference questions, assisting patrons with computer questions, assisting with library programming, or other duties. A successful candidate will be comfortable working with limited supervision.
Requirements: Grade 12; ability to work well with the public and staff; ability to work well with minimal supervision; basic computer skills; efficient work habits; and good communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
Submit application to:
Trecia Schell, Community Services Librarian
Mail: PO Box 276, New Glasgow, NS B2H 5E3
Or drop off at any of our seven libraries
Closing date for applications: July 5, 2017
WE THANK ALL WHO APPLY BUT ONLY THOSE SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE CONTACTED.
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