Library Employment Opportunities


Current Library Employment in Southeastern Wisconsin

Find current library employment opportunities at Bridges Library System, its member libraries, and libraries in the southeastern Wisconsin area.


 

Muskego Public Library — Administrative Services Assistant

The City of Muskego Public Library has an immediate opening for the full time position of Administrative Services Assistant.

This position supports the administrative and office management duties of the Library and is responsible for providing and coordinating office, staff, and administrative support for the Library Director; for preparing Library Board agendas, reports, and minutes; and for other duties such as assisting in processing accounts, budget preparations, purchasing, and related functions.  Position reports to Library Director.

Interested candidates should visit www.cityofmuskego.org to view the full job description and complete the online job application.  Submission of a resume and cover letter is required.  Applications are accepted until the position is filled.  For additional question on the position, please contact Brittany Larson, at blarson@cityofmuskego.org or call 262-971-2119. Applications must be received by Friday, December 15, 2017.


Milwaukee Public Library- Head of Central Library — Library Public Services Area Manager

The Library Public Services Area Manager (Manager) assumes a leadership role and is directly responsible for Central Library public services and the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL). The Manager leads Milwaukee Public Library’s (MPL’s) efforts in establishing its role as the State Resource Library; serves as resource for the Friends of MPL Bookseller volunteers and 814 Building tenants; and assists the Deputy Library Director of Public Services (Deputy) in planning and administering public library services system-wide.

All interested parties should apply by January 18, 2018.

For more information and application instructions, please see the job announcement on the City of Milwaukee’s website.