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Employment Opportunities

Library Assistant: Patron Services (Part-Time)

Description: The Hooksett Library is looking for an enthusiastic and customer service-oriented team member who is adaptable to changing priorities and focused on seeking proactive customer-focused solutions.  This position requires active multi-tasking and strong attention to detail.  

The Hooksett Library staff are a collaborative group always looking to be on the forefront of new initiatives and trends while providing patron-focused customer service.   

Regular position responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Helping patrons locate library materials
  • Assisting patrons with digital media 
  • Checking in/out library materials
  • Registering new patrons
  • Collection maintenance reports and tasks
  • Assist with interlibrary loan
  • Managing unique library collections
  • … and so much more!

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Excellent customer service attitude towards patrons of all ages is essential and proficiency using a computer is necessary. Public library experience and/or experience with Polaris automation system strongly preferred.

Hours include daytime weekday hours, one to two evenings per week and rotating Saturdays. Approximately 10 to 25 hours per week, starting wage $17.70/hour.  The library currently has two openings available in the Patron Services Department, number of hours per week is negotiable.

The Hooksett Library actively supports the professional growth and development of all staff members and is a strong proponent of the NHLA Paralibrarian program.  We strive for a professional, fun, and team-based work culture.

Please send resume with letter of interest to:

Heather Rainier, Library Director

31 Mount Saint Mary’s WayHooksett, NH 03106

Review of applications will begin immediately, position will remain open until filled.




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