Library Teen Services Support Aide

Job Details

Mt. Lebanon’s Library is looking for a caring, energetic individual who loves working with teenagers, works well in a team setting, and enjoys interacting with children and adults. The successful applicant will work primarily in a public service capacity with a fixed schedule during afternoon hours (3-5 pm on weekdays that school is in session in Mt. Lebanon School District). Our library’s mission is to provide informational resources, programs, and services for the personal enrichment, education, and enjoyment of all citizens and for the betterment of the community.

Essential Job Functions

  • Work in tandem with Teen Services Librarian to support library services to teen patrons;
  • Engage directly and continually with students during after-school hours at the library;
  • Enforce Patron Behavior Policies with all patrons in the library;
  • Direct patrons to the appropriate staff member or resource as needed;
  • Otherwise help to carry out the library’s mission as directed.

Starting wage of $14.03/hr.

Requirements

  • Experience working with groups of children ages 10-16. PA Child Abuse Clearances required immediately upon hire (library will provide).
  • New hires are subject to fingerprinting and a background check upon acceptance of an offer of employment.

Physical Requirements:

While performing the duties of this job the employee will be required to move and/or walk around the library for the majority of a two-hour shift, and regularly required to talk and/or hear.  Vision and hearing at or correctable to "normal ranges.” Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions.

How to Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to:

Robyn E. Vittek, Director
Mt. Lebanon Public Library
16 Castle Shannon Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15228

Or electronically to vittekr@einetwork.net

Mt. Lebanon will make reasonable accommodations to its programs and services to assure access to all persons.  If because of a disability you require an accommodation, please contact Robyn E. Vittek. EOE.