Careers at PGPL

  • The Prince George Public Library is looking for two candidates with strong customer service skills to join us in the role of part-time Circulation Clerk or part-time Nechako Clerk. There are two positions available, one working mainly at the Bob Harkins Branch, one working mainly at the Nechako Branch. At the Prince George Public Library, we are proud of our record of innovation, leadership, and community engagement. Our work environment is fun and challenging, encouraging team collaboration with mutual respect for each other’s skills, enthusiasm, and ingenuity.

    This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys working with people but is also detail oriented. These positions play a vital role in the provision of frontline customer service within the library organization. Principal responsibilities include providing circulation services for the public, including the checking out and checking in of library materials. Availability to work a variety of shifts at either branch of the library is a must—including days, evenings until 9:15 PM, and weekends.
    The successful candidate will have:

    Closing Date:
    Monday, October 3, 2016
  • The Prince George Public Library is looking for a person with strong customer service skills to join us in the role of part-time Circulation Shift Leader. At the Prince George Public Library, we are proud of our record of innovation, leadership, and community engagement. Our work environment is fun and challenging, encouraging team collaboration with mutual respect for each other’s skills, enthusiasm, and ingenuity.

    This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys working with people, is detail oriented, and has supervisory or lead-role experience. Principal responsibilities include providing circulation services for library customers and acting as a leader on regularly scheduled desk shifts. Availability to work a variety of shifts at both branches of the library is a must—including days, evenings until 9:15 PM, and weekends.

    Closing Date:
    Monday, October 3, 2016