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Youth Services Librarian:


Do you love connecting young people, from babies to teens, with the world of ideas? Do you have a background in children’s literature, library services and teen crowd control?  Can you inspire children, teens and their caregivers to take advantage of all that the Blue Hill Public Library has to offer, from board books to telescopes, storytimes to 3D printing, playgroups to teen programming? Can you run a storytime that kicks serious diaper? If so, you should apply for our Youth Services Librarian vacancy.

The Youth Services Librarian is a year-round, full-time, salaried, exempt position that has overall responsibility for implementing outstanding youth services at the Blue Hill Public Library. Salary range is expected to be $30,000 to $34,000 plus benefits as described in the BHPL Employee Handbook.

Think you might be Interested? Great! Before you apply, please read the job description and Blue Hill Library Employee Handbook.

To apply send an introductory letter explaining your interest in, and qualifications for the position, a resumé plus contact information for three professional references to:

Rich Boulet, Library Director
Blue Hill Public Library
5 Parker Point Rd.
Blue Hill, ME 04614

PDF submissions are also welcome c/o rboulet@bhpl.net

Review of applicants will start in September and continue until the position is filled.
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About BHPL:

The Blue Hill Public Library, a 501(c)3 public library that employs a staff equivalent to 7 full time employees, serves approximately 7,000 patrons, is open 6 days, 55 hours weekly, lends from a collection of 47,000 items and records 115,000 circulation transactions per year.

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The Blue Hill Public Library is an equal opportunity employer and its management intends to fulfill, to the letter of the law, all provisions under federal, state, and local employment regulations which prohibit discrimination with respect to employment.