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Seguin Public Libraries

Hours: Up to 35 hours per week,
Anticipated start date: May 2023
• Experience in library services or equivalent customer service
• Ability to use computers to look up information and do data entry
• Understanding of privacy legislation and principles of intellectual
• Ability to work with the public with tact and consideration
• Must be returning to school in Fall 2023
• Between the ages of 16 to 30
In-Person and Virtual Programming:
• Using computers, cameras and microphones to record videos for
virtual programming
• Planning a programming calendar with an action plan to create content
on time
• Co-ordinate with Staff to upload programming to our Website and
Social Media
• Offering recommendations for improving the process and equipment
While the Student will be asked to assist with Circulation, based on
demand, their main focus will be the creation of summer programming for
our patrons. The Student will need to meet with the CEO weekly for
progress reports and once a month for a formal feedback session.
• Provide circulation services, including but not limited to: checking
items out and in; collecting fines and fees; placing reservations and
notifying patrons of available items; notifying patrons of overdue
items; registering new memberships
• Provide reference and readers advisory services, including but not
limited to: instruction in the use of library catalogue and online
referrals to sources for reading recommendations; research of
informational topics
• Help patrons with the use of public computers, wireless internet,
and devices
• Place and track requests for interlibrary loans; process interlibrary loan
items for pickup or return
• Develop and maintain displays of library books and materials
• Create, organize and execute summer programming
• As assigned, the incumbent may also: participate in collection
development (selection and weeding), develop outreach and
partnership activities in the community, and contribute to library
marketing through the website, online sources, and newspaper
Be able to work at all four branches, particularly at the Humphrey Branch
and the Foley Branch.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle or reliable transportation
• Must be able to work evenings and weekends
• Other tasks as assigned
We welcome and encourage applications from all individuals with relevant
experience. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking
part in all aspects of the selection process.
Send resume, cover letter and three references to:
Stefanie Veneranda, CEO,
Seguin Public Libraries
15 Humphrey Dr.
Seguin, Ontario
Or by email to:

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