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 Job Opening for Part-Time Library Clerk

Hours

  • Typically, 28 hours per 2-week pay period, $10.40/hr.
  • Days, 1-2 evenings per week, and some Saturdays.
  • Extra hours sometimes available to cover for staff vacations, etc.

Duties

  • Check library materials in and out, help patrons with computers & other office equipment, shelve materials, process interlibrary loan (I.L.L.) requests, post library PR on social media, assist Director and Assistant Director with special projects, and other tasks as assigned. 

Qualifications

  • High School diploma and college courses in library science, business, customer service or other areas relevant to the job. Commensurate job experience will be considered.
  • Strong computer skills: Experience with Microsoft Word and desktop publishing software such as Publisher, proficiency with social media (Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter). Ability to learn Sierra, the library’s automation system and to update the library’s website.
  • Personality traits: the desire to help people, a calm, friendly demeanor, a good sense of humor, be very flexible, the glass is half-full attitude.
  • General skills: Open communication, strong organizational abilities and problem-solving skills, able to work independently and with your co-workers.
  • Physical requirements: Ability to sit, stand, walk, reach, lift up to 35 lbs.; close vision.

Pick up application at library; mail, email hlibrary@hayward.wislib.org , or bring application and resume to Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library, 10788 State Hwy 27/77, PO Box 917, Hayward, WI, 54843. Application deadline 4/1/19 at 5 p.m.

  


New Items!

The library now has Stamps for card making, along with our Baking Pans and Memory Kits--all available for check out!


Thursday Theatre 

                 Free Movie - Free Popcorn - 1 pm Showtime                   

               Sponsored by the Friends of the Library                

                                  October 11,   Murder on the Orient Express

                                  November 8, Wonder

                                  December, no movie

                                  January 10, Darkest Hour

                                  February 14, Victoria & Abdul

                                  March 14, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

                                  April 11, Book Club

                                  May, June, July, Aug, no movie

 


                                   Community Classes and Events                          

      Sponsored by the Friends of the Library

First and Third Thursday of the month 10am - 12pm

                               "in gauge" - Join our knitting group!      

Tuesdays, 10:00am 

                                     Pre-School Story Hour with a Guest Reader

                                     Presented by Northwest Connection Family

                                      Resources.

 February 1 - March 31

                                     Build a Library Lego Tower for all kids

                                      - See how tall it can get!  

March 23, 10:30 am

                                    Ukranian Eggs- presented by Brad Herbert

                                     - call or stop in to sign up

March 28, 6:30 pm  

                                     Colorado Trail Adventure presented by Tom Detzner

 

April 5, 6:00pm          At LCOOCCCC - Gimiwaanji'idimin "we all gather

                                      together".  Summary of Stories for Artists

 

April 7-13

                                   National Library Week with daily drawings   

 

April 9, 1:00 - 2:30pm

                                    Container Gardening presented by Sue Reinardy

 

April 9, 6:30pm

                                    MikoMan to the Gulf-  Ned Zuelsdorff presents his 6 week

                                     journey on the Mississippi                               

 

April 29- May 5

                                  Children's Book Week with daily drawings

 

April 30, 6:30pm

                                   Undocumented -Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice

 

May 4, 10:30 am

                                  Fishing- presented by Frank Pratt   

 

April 7-13

                                   National Library Week- daily drawings

 

April 9, 1:00pm 

                                  Container Gardening- presented by Sue Reinardy

 

April 9, 6:30pm

                                  MikoMan to the Gulf- presented by Ned Zuelsdorff

 

April 11, 6:00pm

                                  Essential Oils- presented by Tracy Kocemba

April 29-May 5

                                   Children's Book Week- daily drawings

 

May 4, 10:30am

                                    Fishing- presented by Frank Pratt

 

                            


For events happening at the library that are sponsored by others, please check our  Community Meeting Room Calendar! 


ONGOING:

Quarterly Art Display presented by: CHARAC, Cable Hayward Area Arts Council

CHARAC’s Featured Artist at the Library: 

 


 

 

For additional and ongoing events, please refer to the events calendar below. 
These activities are free and open to the public.
Call the library at 715-634-2161 for more information. 

 
Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library Physical Address:  10788 State Hwy 27/77, Hayward, WI 54843 Mailing Address:  PO Box 917, Hayward, WI 54843 Telephone:  715–634–2161 Fax:  715–634-5257 Email:  hlibrary@hayward.wislib.org
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