The Intern will learn and perform the essential daily public service tasks required to operate a small urban public library. In addition, the Intern may: conduct technology training sessions; participate in selecting, cataloguing, processing and withdrawing library materials; create library displays; respond to information requests from the public; organize library programmes; visit schools and community organizations; help with book clubs; produce reading lists and bibliographies; update the library's website; develop information sheets and posters; and other special projects as assigned by the Library CEO.
- This position is proudly supported by the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation and subject to the eligibility requirements of the Corporation. For internships: Northern Ontario secondary school graduates 29 years of age or under who recently graduated from an accredited college or university. Graduates from a high school outside of Northern Ontario who have resided in Northern Ontario for at least one year are also eligible. Mature graduates may be considered.
- Prefer graduate of Library & Information Technician program or Masters of Library & Information Studies program; may consider candidates from other fields of study such as education, business, humanities, or social sciences
- Demonstrated ability to work well with people of all ages
- Communicate clearly and effectively
- Perform duties using office equipment and computer software
- Able to follow verbal and written instructions
- Complete tasks quickly and accurately
For a complete job description email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the library website at www.parrysoundlibrary.ca
Send a cover letter, results-oriented resume and 3 references by email to email@example.com or by mail to Parry Sound Public Library, 29 Mary Street, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1E3
A review of applications will begin August 7, 2012 at 5 p.m.