Job Openings


Administration Department

Part Time (102)


16 Hours per week; 1-5 PM Tuesday-Friday

Essential Functions:

A Processing Clerk processes books and performs other clerical duties for the Adult and Technical Services department. The position requires outstanding organizational skills, computer skills and the ability to be detail oriented.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

The Processing Clerk must have comprehensive knowledge of: Microsoft Office Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel. The ability to be detailed oriented, to learn standard library tasks, shelve and file materials by alphanumeric codes; perform routine clerical tasks; operate office and data entry equipment; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers; and communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing.

Minimum Training and Experience:

A Processing Clerk must have any combination of education equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.

Physical Standards:

This position requires the physical ability to carry out employment responsibilities, including bending, kneeling and stretching to handle materials; moving and lifting equipment and materials; and moving loaded materials carts and trucks.


$14.28 per hour

Start date:



Stephanie Filippone, Adult Services Manager


Due by 5:00 p.m. Friday, November 20, 2015. The position may be filled prior to the application deadline. Submit application, cover letter, and resume to Maryann Ralph, Interim Library Director Print application here


Technology Training Coordinator

Information Technology

Hourly Part-time (102)


18 hours per week, including weekday, evening and weekend hours

General Description:

The Technology Training Coordinator develops, coordinates, and teaches classes for the public and staff in the use of popular software and web based applications and other emerging technology; and does related work as required.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Ability:

The Technology Training Coordinator must have a thorough knowledge of:

  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Microsoft Office Suite including VBA
  • QuickBooks
  • Internet browsers
  • Mobile Apps
  • Various web and mobile based tools and technologies

A working knowledge of:

  • Microsoft MS-SQL/MySQL
  • Apple OS-X and iOS
  • Network security
  • library information infrastructure and its applications

The ability to:

  • train staff and customers to effectively search the Internet, and to use a variety of hardware, software and online technology tools
  • learn new applications and programs, stay current on new releases and updates to popular software and applications
  • establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers and staff members within the library and township
  • communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing
  • exercise initiative and independent judgment; and
  • apply Internet search engine navigation skills effectively and efficiently

Minimum Training & Experience:

The Technology Training Program Coordinator must hold a bachelor’s degree in education, computer science or related field and have 2 years of experience teaching IT based classes


$22.15 and up depending on experience

Start date:



Chris Hyde, Manager of Information Technology & EBTV


By 5:00PM Friday November 6, 2015. The position may be filled prior to the application deadline. Application are available on The Library website above right.
Send resume, cover letter, and the application to Maryann Ralph,