Antigo Public Library invites applications for a Youth Services Librarian. The successful applicant will be working with a team of forward thinking, hard working people, with a penchant for fun and geekery. The team is professional with a high level of community involvement and outreach to make the library a welcoming place for all.
The work involves both planning, developing, coordinating, promoting and executing programs and collection development and maintenance. The position serves children from pre-school through high school. The goals of the service include fostering literacy, encouraging reading for enrichment and pleasure, providing materials to support school assignments and teaching the use of the public library as a lifelong resource. The work requires the exercise of professional skill, initiative and independent judgment.
Infrequent overnight, out-of-town travel may be required.
Grade 5: starting $36,129.60 to $37,252.80 after probation
This is a City of Antigo position starting Wage: $36,129.60 – $37,252.80 annually. Full-time benefits include health insurance, life insurance, paid vacation/sick/holiday/
Required: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; Experience working with children and teens.
Preferred: Teaching degree or certificate, MLS or equivalent. Supervisory experience.
The Antigo public library is a joint city-county library with headquarters in Antigo and two branch locations; Elcho and White Lake. The City of Antigo has a population of 9,000 and a service population of 19,000 for Langlade county.
Langlade is the county of trails with three mountain biking and hiking trail systems and several xc- ski trails along with miles of snowmobile and ATV routes.
Equal opportunity and accommodations:
Equal access to programs, services and employment opportunities is available to all persons without regard to age, race, creed, color, disability, marital status, sex (including pregnancy),
national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, military service, genetic information, or any other basis protected by federal, state, and/or local law.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or applicable state and local laws, applicants requiring reasonable accommodations for the application and/or interview process should notify Library Director Dominic Frandrup at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-623-3724.
We welcome people with eclectic education and work experiences as well as people with more traditional histories. If you meet the minimum qualifications, send a resume and a thoughtful cover letter to email@example.com and online application: https://www.governmentjobs.