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Each job posting on this site is intended to describe the major responsibilities and requirements for its respective position. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of all duties, responsibilities or requirements. Only applications for currently-posted openings will be reviewed.
|Cataloging/Processing/Receiving Assistant||Under the management of the Information Services Department Head, and the direct supervision of the Technical Processing Workgroup Supervisor, the Cataloging/Processing/Receiving Assistant is responsible for receiving, cataloging and preparing for circulation all formats of materials to be added to the library’s collection. The Cataloging/Processing/Receiving Assistant assists other Technical Processing staff as necessary. This position is classified as a regular part-time position and is non-exempt from overtime. The nature of the work may require evening and weekend hours|
|Full Time Librarian - Childrens||
Under the management of the Information Services Department Head, the Librarian is responsible for providing reference, readers’ advisory, roving, programming, and collection development services to the public. The nature of
the work requires daytime, evening, and weekend hours.
Individuals employed as full time Librarians are paid a bi-weekly salary based on a 37.5 hour or more work week and are classified as professionals exempt from overtime under FLSA guidelines.
|Information Services – Intern||
Under the management of the information Services Department Head, the intern provides information, reference and readers’ advisory services at the public service desks as a part of a departmental team. The intern will plan and complete a special project for the department and participate in collection development, programming and projects in support of the library’s mission, core values and strategic plan. The intern will serve users of all ages with a wide variety of programs, print resources and electronic databases, including the Internet.
The Canton Public Library’s internship program offers paid, practical library experience for students currently enrolled in a School of Information/Library Science Master’s program. Students are responsible for providing evidence of enrollment and satisfactory progress toward completion of their degrees.
Internship positions may also qualify for Directed Field Experience or Practicum credit, with specifics to be arranged between the student, his/her CPL Department Head, and the manager of the University Practical Engagement or Practicum Program.