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Circulation Services Supervisor

City of Louisville, Colorado

Louisville, Colorado

Application Deadline

Apply By Apr 2nd, 2023


$56,472.00 to $76,232.00 per Year   Calculate


Louisville, CO




Not Required

Minimum Education

Some College

Library Experience


Supervisory Experience


Type of Library


Job Description

The Louisville Public Library seeks an experienced, enthusiastic, committed, customer service oriented library professional to supervise our Circulation Services Division. The ideal candidate will be dedicated to inclusive, welcoming patron service and will share our vision to engage community, champion literacy, and spark imagination and learning.  

This position leads a team of frontline paraprofessional staff and pages in serving a supportive community of library users. We are seeking a candidate with solid supervisory experience in a library setting and an unwavering commitment to patron-first service, who thrives in a collaborative environment.  The Circulation Services Supervisor will exemplify the City's values of Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence.

The Louisville Public Library celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment, where all employees are valued for their unique contributions.

Job Summary:

Under the general direction of the Cultural Services Director, provides strategic leadership to, and oversees the daily operations of, the Circulation Services team.  Leads the team in providing welcoming, helpful and respectful Library service.  Sets a positive tone and empowers staff to make decisions that efficiently and collaboratively resolve patron issues. Exercises leadership, independent judgment, and sound decision-making within established library policy.  Performs other work as required.

Benefits & Additional Compensation Info

City of Louisville offers health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, FSA and HSA accounts, Life and Long term disability insurance, 12 paid holidays and a Paid Leave Bank.

The Community

City of Louisville, Colorado has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Live by Money Magazine for the last several years. Many things contribute to this exemplary quality of life and positive economic condition including 1,700 acres of open space, over 32 miles of trails, dozens of great eateries, great schools, wonderful neighborhoods, and a diverse mix of employment opportunities.  As Money Magazine noted, "Add in dry, clear weather, little crime, good health care, low taxes, and Louisville is pretty tough to beat."


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HR Info

Please apply at the City of Louisville's website.

Posted Mar 17, 2023