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Page Position at the East Hampton Library

Job Duties:
Help keep the library’s shelves and reading rooms in order
Shelve books in the Adult and Children’s Departments
Book and DVD shifting, as needed
Miscellaneous tasks as assigned

Job Requirements:
Ability to lift 30 lbs.
Ability to climb a ladder
Organization and attention to detail
A friendly, helpful attitude
Fast Learner and Punctuality

$10.00 per hour
 Starts mid-August
Year round position…3-7pm (two or three nights) and weekends
8-15 hours per week

 Interested applicants should send resume to:
Alexandra Giambruno
Head of Children’s Services/Pages
(631) 324-0222 ext. 2


Full-time Young Adult librarian

The East Hampton Library is seeking a full-time Young Adult librarian to work in our
new Young Adult department. This is an opportunity to have a positive impact on teens’
lives, foster lifelong learning, and help teens access a wide range of resources, including
homework help, college prep, community service, and reading for fun. Candidates must
have experience and enthusiasm connecting with high school students and be in touch
with current popular culture.

Responsibilities include:
* Providing reference and readers’ advisory services
* Promoting library collections and services
* Planning, publicizing, and conducting programs for high school students
* Assisting teens with the use of print and electronic resources
* Assisting in maintaining a pleasant, inviting, safe environment
* Performing outreach to other community organizations to inform them of library
services and to develop partnerships for collaboration
* Cultivating and maintaining contact with schools and parents
* Creating opportunities for young adults to contribute to the library in venues such as the
Teen Advisory Board, social media postings, blogs, book clubs, etc.
* May perform one or more of the following duties: investigate technologies that will
improve services; develop, maintain, or contribute to the YA blog, Facebook page and
other social media; supervise volunteers; compile bibliographies and/or develop library
user guides
* Performing other duties as assigned or required

Candidate must have a MLS/MLIS degree from an ALA-accredited library school.
Salary: $41,000 a year and a competitive benefits package
The schedule includes some evenings and weekend rotation
Please email cover letter, resume, and references by July 20 to:

Lisa Michne
Head of Young Adult Services

East Hampton Library
159 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937
631-324-0222 ext.5