Elkhorn, WI; Youth Services Associate, Matheson Memorial Library

Do you enjoy working with kids of all ages from toddlers to teens? Are you a super-organized person? Do you like to let your creative side loose on displays, signage, and marketing? The Matheson Memorial Library in Elkhorn, WI, is seeking applicants for a Youth Services Associate. We are looking for someone who enjoys working with families and getting kids excited about reading. Must be able to multitask, and have great customer service skills. Experience with marketing and teens a plus. Responsibilities include reader’s advisory and assisting patrons at the children’s desk, implementing the summer reading program for children and teens, some programming, and other duties as assigned. 24 hours per week (hours may increase in 2018)

Starting pay is $13.75 / hour. Paid holidays and prorated benefits are included. A full job description can be read HERE.

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High school diploma or GED required, and College degree, BA/BS is desired. Students currently enrolled in college pursuing a graduate degree (MLIS or other) are encouraged to apply.

Resumes and cover letter can be emailed to Jennifer Wharton, jwharton@elkhorn.lib.wi.us or dropped off at the library, Matheson Memorial Library, 101 N. Wisconsin St., Elkhorn, WI.

Applications will be accepted until July 28, 2017.

Link to job posting: https://www.elkhorn.lib.wi.us/wordpress/new-employment-opportunity-youth-services-associate/

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