Public Services Librarian
Posted on Jun 6, 2019

The library is hiring several part-time (25 hours per week) Public Services Librarian positions at the Rock Springs Library. The position pays $15.20 per hour and includes sick, vacation and holiday leave. The ability to work a fleixble schedule that includes some nights and weekends is required.  


Applicants can either submit a completed library employment application to or return a completed library employment application to any library in the county. 


Contact Jason Grubb @ 307-872-3200 option 2 or if you have any questions. Applications will be reviewed until all the available positions are filled.  



The Public Services Librarian performs a variety of general and specific library tasks to help patrons of all ages access and use library resources and services. The Public Services Librarian also assists with library programs and special projects.   


  1. Assists library patrons daily in accessing and using library resources and services.
  2. Issues library cards as needed, checks books in and out daily, places hold requests for patrons daily, uses a cash register and handles money as needed, answers the telephone as needed, books meeting rooms and performs other basic clerical tasks to assist with the daily operations of the library as directed.
  3. Shelves library materials and straightens the collection daily.
  4. Uses and operates the computer daily in all functions related to public service.  
  5. Supervises and provides basic assistance in the use of the library’s computers.
  6. Attends meetings and is knowledgeable and aware of library policy and procedures. 
  7. Opens, maintains and closes service areas of the library each day following established procedures.
  8. Respects confidentiality in discussing patron, staff, volunteer and organizational matters; also maintains confidentiality of organization, project, fiscal and personnel related information in compliance with Wyoming state law.



  1. Prepares and present story time as assigned; assists in the development, planning and implementation of reading programs and other programs and activities for youth, teens and adults as directed; conducts department and library tours when scheduled; collaborates with schools and other community organizations as directed to fulfill the mission of the library as it relates to youth as directed.
  2. Develops and maintains a thorough knowledge of the collections making purchase suggestions to appropriate staff as needed.
  3. Proctors tests and exams for patrons as needed.
  4. Participates in interlibrary loan services and operations when assigned.
  5. Prepares/process materials for public use as assigned.
  6. As directed by the Assistant Library Director and/or Youth Services Manager, assists with library programs, maintains library collections including weeding and inventory control and completes other building tasks and projects.
  7. Performs other duties as assigned.



Knowledge of:

  • Typing and data entry.
  • Clerical practices.

Ability to:

  • Utilize and search computerized bibliographic databases.
  • Enter data into a computerized database, spreadsheet, document or other systems.
  • Establish and maintain rapport with co-workers.
  • Exercise flexibility, initiative, good judgement and discretion.
  • Understand and provide verbal and written instruction in English.
  • Work hours mandated by your supervisor.  
  • Provide excellent customer service to patrons of all ages and abilities.
  • Learn standard library procedures, current information technology, Internet and database search techniques.
  • Learn and become familiar with the library’s print and non-print materials and collections.

Skilled in:

  • Working with limited supervision, with aptitude for detailed work and proficiency in prioritizing tasks.
  • Accurate numerical and alphabetical filing skills.
  • Organizing tasks, managing time and solving problems.


Supervised by the Assistant Library Director and/or Youth Services Manager


Education and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent, six months of relevant experience and six months of experience working with children or teens. 
Travel: There are no travel requirements for this position.
Work Environment and Physical Demands: The essential functions of this job require the employee to work inside in an office environment. Frequent stooping, bending, walking over uneven spaces, lifting or carrying heavy (up to 30-40 pounds) items is required.