There are currently (3) job posting available. Please scroll down for information about each position.


Employment Opportunity
March 5th, 2019
Permanent Part-time Library Page

Closing Date: March 19th, 2019

Resumes with cover letters and references can be submitted by email to the Library Director at smurphy@trail.ca

Job Description: The Trail & District Public Library is seeking qualified applicants for a Part–time Library Page position. Duties include: shelving books, shelf reading and light cleaning duties. Previous library experience is an asset but not necessary.

Work Experience and Education: Completion of Grade 9 or equivalent.

Hours: There are no set weekly hours for this position (may include evenings and weekends). Applicants must have a flexible work schedule.

Wages: Wages are in accordance with the CUPE Local 2087 Collective Agreement.

Contact Information:

Samantha Murphy
Trail & District Public Library
1505 Bay Ave
Trail BC, V1R 4B2
smurphy@trail.ca


Employment Opportunity
March 18th, 2019
Casual Children’s Program Specialist

Closing Date: April 5th, 2019

Resumes with cover letters and references can be submitted by email to the Library Director at smurphy@trail.ca

Job Description: The Trail & District Public Library is seeking qualified applicants for a Casual Children’s Program Specialist. The duties include developing and delivering children’s reading and literacy programs, services, and related promotional materials and advertising; organize summer reading and school outreach activities; create library displays; order and maintain teaching supplies; perform other public service activities, such as circulation desk and information services pertaining to the children’s collection; as well as carry out other tasks as assigned.

Work Experience and Education:

  • A degree in Education or Library Science with Children’s Services emphasis

  • Experience teaching children

  • Library experience is preferable, but not a prerequisite

Skills and Duties

  • Plans, coordinates, and implements children’s services and programs

  • Provides children’s information services, including reference and readers’ advisory

  • Develops and maintains the children’s program craft inventory

  • Coordinates and promotes the summer reading program and other community outreach activities and

    events for children

Hours: Applicants must have a flexible work schedule (may include evenings and weekends).

Wages: Wages are in accordance with the CUPE Local 2087 Collective Agreement.

Contact Information:

Samantha Murphy
Trail & District Public Library
1505 Bay Ave
Trail BC, V1R 4B2
smurphy@trail.ca


Employment Opportunity
March 18th, 2019
Full-time and Part–time Summer Student

Closing Date: April 10th, 2019

Resumes with cover letters and references to be submitted by email to the Library Director at smurphy@trail.ca

Job Description: The Trail & District Public Library is seeking qualified applicants for a full–time (35 hours a week) and a part-time (28 hours a week) Summer Student. The Summer Student performs various jobs focused on sharing a love of literature with children and other patrons, under the supervision of the Children’s Programmers or the Librarians.

Work Experience and Education: Preferred fields of study, diplomas or certificates: students in good standing studying in fields of Education or Library Science, or Early Childhood Education. Some teaching experience preferred.

Skills and Duties:

  • Develop and deliver a children’s summer reading program, related promotional materials and advertising

  • Assist in planning and participating in school and community outreach activities

  • Create library displays; order and maintain craft supplies

  • Communicate through Social Media and the website

  • Involvement in Outreach Programs

  • General set-up and clean-up duties as assigned

  • Assist and answer Riverfront Centre patrons general and directional questions

  • Acquire a working knowledge of the library’s policies and procedures and the Riverfront Centre Operations Manual

  • Other duties/projects as assigned

Hours: Applicants must have a flexible work schedule (may include evenings and weekends).

Wages: Wages are in accordance with the CUPE Local 2087 Collective Agreement.

Contact Information:

Samantha Murphy
Trail & District Public Library
1505 Bay Ave
Trail BC, V1R 4B2
smurphy@trail.ca