Careers at PGPL

  • The Prince George Public Library is looking for a dynamic people-person to work part-time as a Library Assistant, Adult Services. This position will focus on delivering high quality programming for adults at both library branches and at various locations in the community served by the library. The position will also assist the public in the use of the catalogue system and answer basic questions at any of the library's information desks during regular business hours. It may also include assisting patrons with the borrowing and returning of library materials. Work shifts will routinely occur on weekends, mornings, afternoons, and evenings – with a substantial number of these shifts occurring on weekends and evenings.

    We are looking for someone who is customer-centric. They should be able to adapt their behaviour to accommodate the unique needs of patrons with whom they are engaging. This includes being able to plan and implement programming and evaluate the effectiveness of such initiatives. A strong candidate is someone who is willing and able to learn established library methods and adhere to the core values of the library profession. This includes being able to answer basic questions about the collection and the library’s policies and procedures, knowing when to redirect customers to other library staff with more specialized skill sets, understanding how to maintain and develop a collection of books and other library materials that responds to the public’s needs and expectations while operating within a limited budget, and being conscientious about protecting the confidentiality of our customers.

    Closing Date:
    Monday, January 27, 2020
  • The Prince George Public Library is looking for a highly motivated people to fill a part-time contract position to assist Public Service staff in delivering Homework Help to children and teens in grades 3 to 12.

    The Homework Help program is designed to help children achieve academic success and to support an enjoyment of learning. Tutors will help create a non-judgemental environment for children to learn. Tutors will also assist Public Service staff in serving the needs of newcomer populations in Prince George.

    Closing Date:
    Friday, January 24, 2020