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The City of North Liberty is accepting applications for a part-time Library Assistant.
Duties include: manning circulation desk, customer service, and shelving materials. Applicant must be 16 years of age and available evenings and weekends, 20 hours per week. Hourly rate $10.80. Submit application to Emily O’Sheridan-Tabor, Circulation Services Librarian, 520 W Cherry St, P.O. Box 320, North Liberty, IA 52317 or email email@example.com by 4:00PM, Monday, August 18, 2014. Applications are available at the library or on the city website www.northlibertyiowa.org. Post-offer physical, drug screen and background check required. EOE.
The City of North Liberty is seeking a self-motivated, organized and outgoing individual for a three-quarter time Collection Development Librarian.
Position requires a bachelor’s degree in any applicable field of study or 3-years equivalent work experience in the library field. The successful applicant should have collection development and cataloging experience, knowledge of current library collection trends for all ages, and be comfortable working with the public. Hourly rate of pay is $17.81, with some evening and weekend hours required. Submit resume, cover letter and three professional references to Jennie Garner, Library Director, 520 W Cherry St., P.O. Box 320, North Liberty, IA 52317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:00PM, Wednesday, August 20, 2014. Post-offer physical, drug screen and background screen required. EOE
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