Our part-time, non-benefited Library Techs work around 12 hours a week, providing patron assistance on the Adult Services desk. Shifts are usually 4 hours, 3 times a week, including a regular weekend rotation (not every weekend) and some option to pick up extra shifts. The city calls these positions temporary but some have stayed in position for many years, it's simply a way of indicating these positions are non-benefited.
• Provide reference assistance to customers in the Adult Information and Reference areas.
• Provide administrative and/or technical tasks in support of Library functions.
• Provides excellent customer service and maintains a courteous, positive image of the Library; maintains confidentiality in all customer and staff interactions.
• Provides increasingly complex direct public services to customers in person, on the telephone, or in a virtual environment.
• Knowledge of the Longmont Public Library policies and procedures and ability to follow them.
• Ability to act as an ambassador of Longmont Public Library by promoting its mission and vision to the public.
• Demonstrates ability to exhibit sound judgment and demeanor in public interactions; thinks and acts appropriately under pressure.
• Demonstrates knowledge of current library services and trends.
• Ability to work independently and effectively organize daily work under general supervision.
• Knowledge of more complex computer technology and applications and ability to effectively train others.
• Ability to work as part of a team, demonstrating an excellent customer service attitude and meet deadlines in a fast-paced, detail-rich environment.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule. At least one evening a week and rotating weekends. Our regular hours are M-Th 9-8, F-Sat 9-5, Sun 1-5.
• Provides technology support to customers on equipment and software including but not limited to Libby, research databases, etc.
• Performs advanced reference assistance and readers’ advisory services
• Completes Interlibrary Loan requests.
• Keeps informed about Library and department information.
• Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university and two or more years of clerical and/or technical experience in a public library or area related to specific assignment.
Performance at this level requires advanced customer service skills, knowledge of library operations, and sufficient knowledge to provide competent reference assistance.
Complex computer technology, computers, microfilm machines, and other standard library equipment.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
Work is done in a standard library environment, which includes exposure to dust. Work requires standing, walking, bending and stooping, use of hands to make repetitive grasping motions, light lifting, pushing and pulling of book carts, and sufficient vision to clearly read book labels. May require climbing at least two steps on a ladder or step stool and reaching above shoulder level. Work requires repetitive motion to enter data on keyboard. Irregular work schedule required including days, evenings, rotating weekends. Work frequently involves confidentiality, reasoning, problem solving, and attention to detail.
We will start considering applications for interviews after June 22.
Any offer is conditional on a background check and drug test.
Benefits & Additional Compensation Info
Sick leave is accrued.
Longmont, Colorado, located in Boulder County, has 22 square miles, over 300 days of sunshine, and a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. Longmont sits at an elevation of 4,979 feet above sea level. With over 1,500 acres of parks and open space, Longmont is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Longmont also is home to several high-tech companies and a vibrant craft beer and restaurant scene. It is conveniently located 37 miles from Denver, 16 miles from Boulder, and 30 miles from the scenic Trail Ridge Road. Longmont was named one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in the United States twice - once in 2006 and again in 2008. The Top 100 Best Places to Live as designated by Money Magazine, searches for small livable cities that had the best possible blend of good jobs, low crime, quality schools, plenty of open space, rational home prices and lots to do.
City of Longmont Human Resouces: 303-651-8609.