Part-Time Youth Services Coordinator


The Youth Services Coordinator is responsible for the planning, implementing, promoting, running, and evaluation of all youth programming and events. The person in this position also assists with the development and maintenance of all youth library collections and materials. The principal duties of the position are performed in the library and in the community. The Youth Services Coordinator reports to the Library Director.


Essential Functions of the Position:

  • Creates, promotes, and executes extensive youth programming and events including, but not limited to: storytimes, crafts, book clubs, summer reading programs, and performers.

  • Purchases materials and books performers for youth programming and monitors the youth programming budget line.

  • Assists patrons, in particular children and teens, with using the library and its resources, reference questions, reader’s advisory, and other library services.

  • Assists with the selection, maintenance, and deselection of youth materials for the library’s collection.

  • Oversees the teen volunteer program including training and scheduling.

  • Attends workshops, conferences, webinars, and programs and participates in professional library organizations that pertain to youth library services.

  • Serves as liaison to local public and private schools and youth organizations, and coordinates library visits and programs outside of the library such as school visits, book talks, and book clubs.

  • Assists in finding various sources of information for school assignments and projects and instructs students in information gathering and research skills. 

  • Prepares statistical and narrative reports and evaluations for the Library Director.

  • Efficiently completes other projects as assigned by the Library Director.


Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

  • Thorough knowledge of the theories, objectives, principles and techniques of youth library services.

  • Working knowledge of computers, technology, digital downloads, mobile devices, social media platforms, and other library equipment.

  • Ability to deal tactfully and courteously with the general public and to maintain effective working relationships with other library staff.

  • Ability to cultivate a warm and welcoming environment for younger patrons.

  • Knowledge of books, movies, and other library offerings, especially as they pertain to children and teens. 

  • Strong written, verbal, organizational, and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to complete tasks either independently or collaboratively and within a specified timeframe.

  • Ability to promote literacy and provide reader’s advisory services, especially for younger patrons.

  • Ability to meet the physical and sensory demands of the position, including sitting, standing, walking, lifting and carrying (30 pounds or less), pushing/pulling (60-80 pounds on wheels), bending, reaching, seeing, hearing, and speaking.


Required Qualifications:

  • 4-year college degree, enrollment in an MLIS program a plus.

  • 1-3 years of youth services experience.

  • Knowledge of BCCLS consortium and systems preferred.

  • Polish fluency a plus.



  • 25 hours per week.

  • 1 Saturday (10-4) every three to four weeks.

  • Flexible work schedule including some nights and coverage as needed.


Salary: $17.00 per hour


To apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Kathryn Ennist, Library Director at

Part-Time Library Page


The Library Page, reporting to the Supervising Library Assistant, is responsible for the filing and shelving of returned library materials to their correct location in the Library’s collection. The Library Page is responsible for the maintenance of the correct order and location of library materials and the overall appearance of library shelves, kiosks, and display units.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Files and reshelves returned items to their correct place in the Library’s collection.

  • Reviews the Library’s collection for inaccurately filed and shelved items; refiles and reshelves items in the correct location. 

  • Maintains the Library collections’ orderly appearance by tidying shelves, displays, tables, and kiosks. 

  • Assists Library Assistants with requested tasks.

  • Assists with any additional tasks assigned by the Supervising Library Assistant and/or the Library Director. 


Required Qualifications:

  • Ability to place materials in alphabetical and/or numerical order.

  • Ability to deal tactfully and courteously with the general public and to maintain effective working relationships with other library staff

  • Ability to complete tasks either independently or collaboratively and within the specified timeframe.

  • Knowledge of books and movies a plus. 

  • Some high school.

  • Polish fluency a plus.



  • 10 hours per week.

  • Must work every Saturday (September - June) from 10-4


Salary: $12.61 per hour


To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Kathryn Ennist, Library Director at