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The Glenview Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

IT Services – Computer Aide (Part Time)

The Glenview Public Library is looking to hire part-time Computer Aides. Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Acting as a first contact for assisting patrons and staff with technology issues;

• Performing basic care and maintenance of Library computer hardware;

• Assisting in staff and patron training as it relates to Library-provided equipment and services.

Position requires excellent communication, customer service, and computer support skills. The ideal candidate will possess a basic knowledge of technology equipment: Must be able to troubleshoot basic hardware, software, and connectivity issues to resolution. Must be able to collaborate and work well with others. Specific Job Duties, Responsibilities, and Required Skills are posted within the Business Office and are available upon request.

Technical Requirements: Must be familiar with a wide range of technology equipment including computers, wireless mobile devices, operating systems and applications. Must be able to lift, bend, stoop, and carry up to 25 pounds.

Schedule: A minimum of 14 hours per week; opportunities exist for candidates available to cover weekday afternoons, evening and weekend hours.

Hiring Range: Minimum $9.26/hour DOQ.

To Apply: Email your cover letter and resume to Rich Kalinski, IT Services, Glenview Public Library. Applications received until position is filled. NO phone calls, please.

Youth Services, Clerk I – Part-time

The Glenview Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic candidate who enjoys working with the public, has excellent customer service and communication skills, is able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks, will function harmoniously in a fast-paced team environment and is competent working with computers. Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting librarians with programing for children through grade eight and their caregivers, general clerical tasks, operating office equipment, organizing crafts and supplies, preparing and creating program materials, making phone calls, program photography and other duties as assigned. Essential for the position: knowledge of Microsoft Office products, ability to learn specialized library systems and software, detail oriented, able to complete tasks independently and relate well to both children and adults.

Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent. One year job experience in an office environment required; public service experience desirable; previous library experience preferred

Schedule and Salary: 18 hours per week; must be flexible to cover day, evening and weekend hours. Starting salary is $9.00 - $10.28/hr., DOQ.

To Apply: Email or fax cover letter and resume to Ms. Barbara Littlefield, Head of Youth Services, 1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025. Fax: 847-729-7558; NO phone calls, please.