April Newsletter

The April Newsletter is out!  We’ve got movies, and StoryTimes, and more!  Be sure to note that the bingo event for children is going to be held at the Community Building to accommodate all the children who wish to participate!  We hope to see you soon.

Job Opening

LIBRARY ASSOCIATE I

Circulation Assistant

Position Details

DEFINITION

The Tuscola Public Library is looking for a friendly, detail-oriented individual who is dedicated to providing excellent customer service as a Circulation Assistant with an event programming focus (StoryTime, crafts, etc.).  Ability to think creatively, plan effectively, organize efficiently.  The job description contains even more details.

HOURS

This is a part time (12 hours/week) hourly position with main work days scheduled as the following:

  1. Tuesday     =          9am-1pm
  2. Thursday   =          1pm-5pm
  3. Friday        =          1pm-5pm

Must have flexibility to work other hours, including Saturdays, as necessary.

SPECIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

In addition to working the front desk and exercising excellent customer service, the position collaborates and plans programming events for youths and adults, including but not limited to StoryTime, movie showings, crafts, and other events.

PAY

$8.25/hr, with paid holidays.

TO APPLY

Complete a City of Tuscola job application (resume and cover letter optional) and deliver to the library in person, email, fax, or mail to

Tuscola Public Library

112 E. Sales St.

Tuscola, IL 61953

            Fax: 217-253-4599

Phone: 217-253-3812

tuscolabibliophile@gmail.com

DEADLINE

To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by March 10, 2014

New Library System and Online Catalog!

We’ve now merged with 427 libraries, and you have access to over 10 million items, including books, DVDs, BluRays, video games, audiobooks, and more.  An easy way to search for these items is right here on the website: you can click the Online Catalog link above in the menu, or simply type in a title, author, or subject in the box to the right (under “Search the Catalog”) and click Go!  You can do this from the library or anywhere you have internet access.

We can how put items on hold for you, or you can request items in the comfort of your own home using the online catalog. If you need further assistance with using the online catalog, you can watch a short video tutorial of it.  Alternatively, we can help at the library to help find what you want.