Jobs and Volunteering

 

Jobs

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.

Current Postings

 

Page

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the direct supervision of the Circulation Services Supervisor, the Page provides direct and indirect services to library patrons, primarily the check-in, shelving and retrieval of library materials. The nature of the work requires evening and weekend hours. This is a regular part-time position and is non-exempt from overtime under FLSA guidelines.


HIRING RANGE AND HOURS PER WEEK

$11.03 – $12.67 per hour; 20 hours per week


Only complete application packets (that include a current CPL Application form, resume and cover letter) received or postmarked by 9:00 PM on Sunday, July 10, 2022 will be considered.

 

On-Call Page

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the direct supervision of the Circulation Services Supervisor, the On-Call Page provides direct and indirect services to library patrons, primarily the check-in, shelving and retrieval of library materials. This is a provisional on-call position, which provides no benefits, and is non-exempt from overtime. The nature of the work requires daytime, evening, and weekend hours.


HIRING RANGE AND HOURS PER WEEK

$10.31 – $11.85 per hour; As needed


Only complete application packets (that include a current CPL Application form, resume and cover letter) received or postmarked by 9:00 PM on Sunday, July 10, 2022 will be considered.

 

Volunteer

There are a few different ways to volunteer for the library. Positions are not always available, so please check for current positions below.

 

 

 

Service Volunteers

Service volunteers donate their time to help keep the library running smoothly and efficiently. Their volunteer assignments range from cutting scrap paper, dusting library shelves and watering plants to shelving, processing library materials or withdrawing items from the database. Service volunteers must be at least 14 years old.

Teen Leadership Council

The Teen Leadership Council is a volunteer opportunity for teens ages 14-18. Members will have hands-on experience planning, promoting, and running programs and services at the library. The Teen Leadership Council accepts applications seasonally. Members are expected to attend a minimum of seven meetings or events each year.

Friends Volunteers

The Friends participate in fundraising, running the Secondhand Prose Bookstore and assisting with the special library events they sponsor. The Friends' of the Library are always looking for volunteers to work in the Secondhand Prose Bookstore, located next to the Internet Lab, by the magazines. If interested, please visit the Secondhand Prose Bookstore to obtain a volunteer application.

Community Volunteer Opportunities

Those in need of immediate community service hours can contact the Canton Township Volunteer Coordinator via email or call 734-394-5191.

Current Postings

There are no open volunteer postings at Canton Public Library.

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