|Employer||Fernie Heritage Library|
We are looking to expand our Community Programming team at the Fernie Heritage Library. If you are an energetic, dynamic, confident, creative individual who enjoys engaging with people of all ages, and if you are looking for an exciting opportunity where you can make a difference, we invite you to apply to work at the Fernie Heritage Library. We are hiring two community programmers, one to work with adults and older adults, and another to work with children and families. Both positions will work in collaboration with each other.
Successful applicant will have the following competencies:
Problem solving and decision making
Interpersonal / group skills
Leadership and vision
Creativity and innovation
Accountability and dependability
Promotion and marketing
Written and verbal skills
Someone who thrives on working with the public
An energetic team player who enjoys challenges
Able to work a flexible shift schedule including evenings and weekends
Physically able and fit enough to bend, stoop, reach, stand for the shift, as well as to maneuver book carts and other library items
Physically able to ride the Fernie Book Bike around the community
Able to work with children, adults, and seniors
Able to work both independently and with the library team
Able to access regular and reliable transportation for travel throughout the community
The Fernie Heritage Library offers programming to everyone in the community, both inside and outside of the building. Community Programmers are often the face of the library and work closely with community members and organizations to meet the library’s goal of providing exceptional programming to the community.
The position starts at 21.75 / hour and the successful applicants will be subject to the current collective agreement between the Fernie Public Library Association and CUPE Local 2093.
These are temporary part-time positions. The successful candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule in order to meet the operational needs of the library. The successful candidates will work under the direction of the Library Director or delegate, to organize, promote and implement library programs in partnership with the rest of the library staff.
|To Apply||Please use the contact information as directed in the listing.
Please submit resumes to Emma Dressler, Library Director via email at email@example.com by February 18th 2020
|Contact Name||Emma Dressler, Library Director|