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JOBS

PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN

This full-time position plans and presents library programming for teens and adults at the Belt Branch and performs reference and circulation services for library users. Works with library staff to coordinate programming and promotion of library events. Assists with library’s social media and marketing. Night and weekend duty rotation required.  Master's degree in library science highly preferred, other experience considered.  New or soon-to-be graduates are welcome to apply.  Starting wage at $15.00/hour, $31,200 annual. Includes 100% paid health insurance for employee and generous leave package. Send cover letter, resume, and completed application.

Posted 4/12/2019.  Review of Applications begins May 1, 2019. Open until filled.


Open positions are listed above.  We only accept applications when there is a position open, and we do not keep applications on file for future openings.  Please reapply for any position you are interested in.

Rolling Hills Employment Information

Applications are available in the Administrative Office at 1912 N Belt Hwy, St. Joseph MO.  Completed application, letter, and resume (if desired) can be returned to the library in person, by mail, or by fax to the RHCL Administrative Office.  MINIMUM REQUIREMENT IS A COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM.  You can also fill out and save a digital copy of the application form and email it to job@rhcl.org.

Labor and Employment Information

Most employers are required to post notices to employees and job applicants.  The following links are provided for information only.  Any questions about employment practices, workplace safety, or employee rights should be directed to the Administrative Office of the library.

Job Safety and Health: It’s the Law!

Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law

Missouri Minimum Wage

E-Verify Authorization to Work

Right to Work in the United States