Library Aide, 8 hrs/day, 10 mos/yr

Written by on December 5, 2018 in Job Postings


POSITION: Library Aide, 8 hrs/day, 10 mos/yr

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The position provides support to the librarians, teachers and students in the library at the secondary level. This individual is responsible for supervising students who may be accessing the library for research, class assignments, leisure reading or study groups and maintaining an academic environment. The candidate will demonstrate experience managing student behavior in structured and unstructured situations and in assisting students in a learning environment. Students may seek assistance in locating materials or using the online catalog and databases. Additional duties include assisting with library operations and procedures, including reshelving, assisting with book processing, coordinating use of materials assigned to a class and assisting students on library computers and student Chromebooks. Additional duties as required.

BENEFITS & SALARY:  Professional working environment, supportive parents and community, per the Shenendehowa CSEA collective bargaining agreement, STEP 1 ($17.48/hr) – STEP 5 ($19.77/hr)

LOCATION: High School East


EFFECTIVE:  January 9, 2019

TO APPLY:   Current non-instructional Board of Education appointed staff may submit a resume and Current Professional Profile Form to the Office of Human Resources via email at Substitutes and all other interested individuals must apply through OLAS (  If you are a new OLAS user, refer to this OLAS Tutorial. Incomplete applications will not be considered.


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