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Job Opportunities at BPL
Brooks Public Library is now accepting resumes for our Summer Student positions. Only individuals registered to return to school full-time in the fall of 2017 are eligible. Please send or deliver resumes to the attention of the Library Manager at email@example.com .
Summer Reading ProgrammerThe Summer Reading Programmer will develop, organize, and implement the TD Summer Reading Program which includes story-time sessions with crafts, songs, games, community presenters and reading incentive activities for elementary-aged children. The Programmer will lead various other activities for children ages 0-12 and keep statistics and accounts related to programs and activities. Programmer duties also encompass those expected of a Circulation Clerk (LA2) which are, primarily, to provide general information on library services and programs to patrons, circulation of library materials, and collection of appropriate fines and user fees.
This is a 16 week position (38 hour/week). Preference will be given to Post-Secondary applicants in Education or Library Studies.
Summer Reading AssistantThe Summer Reading Assistant will aid the Summer Reading Programmer during the TD Summer Reading Program (for elementary-aged children) and additional activities for children ages 0-12 planned by the Programmer. The Assistant will prep crafts and supplies, provide supervision support during the program, and assist in keep statistics and accounts related to programs and activities. Duties also encompass those expected of a Page (LA1) which are, primarily, to provide general information on library services and programs to patrons, shelf library materials, and maintain library tidiness.
This is an 8 week position (30 hours/week) starting on July 2nd, 2017. Applicants must be 15 years of age to be eligible for Canada Summer Jobs Grant positions.
Summer Circulation Clerk (LA2)Circulation Clerks (LA2) provide general information on library services and programs to patrons, circulation of library materials, and collection of appropriate fines and user fees.
This is an 16 week position (30 hours/week). Preference will be given to Post-Secondary applicants in Library Studies
You can help Brooks Public Library by volunteering today for one of our many programs. Volunteers who devote their time, talents, and enthusiasm to the library touch many lives and make a difference to our community. Our volunteers assist the library in many ways including:
- Shelf maintenance
- Material maintenance
- Fundraising projects
- Special programs and events
- Friends of the Brooks Public Library
- Brooks Public Library Board
- BPL Youth Advisory Board
Take part in this rewarding experience and assist others in your community by volunteering today. Please note that volunteer needs fluctuate and placement may not be immediately available. If you would like to volunteer at the library of if you would like more information about volunteering, please fill out this form and please contact our Volunteer Coordinator.