Employment

Pages

The Library Page assists the library staff by putting books and other materials on shelves in correct order, reading the shelves and re-shelving items that are out of place, and shifting materials from one section of shelving to another to more evenly distribute materials within a section of stacks. The Library Page empties the outside library book return, assists with special projects or assignments, pulls library items from the daily holds list to fulfill holds, and helps perform the evening closing procedures. See the full description of a Library Page’s duties.

This is a rolling application process and we invite candidates to submit their application and resumé.  You will be contacted if a position becomes available. Click here to download the Library Page Application.

Clerks

The mission of the Manlius Library is to serve as a community center providing free and equal access to cultural, intellectual, and informational resources for community members of all ages. Staff of the Manlius Library work together to ensure that all aspects of the services and operations of the library are in support of the library’s mission. The circulation desk is the hub of the Manlius Library and is frequently the first point of contact for patron inquiries about our collection, services, and general library information. As a representative of the Manlius Library and the Circulation Department, it is essential that the Circulation Clerk demonstrate strong communication and customer service skills and maintains a proactive, positive, and helpful attitude while serving patrons. See the full description of a Circulation Clerk’s duties.

There are no openings for clerks at this time.

Librarians

Public Services Librarian

The Public Services Librarian works both independently and as part of the entire Manlius Library staff to achieve the mission and goals of Manlius Library. This includes but is not limited to design, development, planning, organization, management, implementation, promotion, and assessment of adult programs for the community. It also includes promotion of all library services and activities throughout the community. In this role, the Public Services Librarian collaborates with library staff, community members, and various community groups to develop and promote a diverse and wide range of innovative and engaging programs in support of the library’s mission and vision.

The Public Services Librarian is in a position of responsibility and leadership within the library and is expected to support the development and training of staff members while exhibiting flexibility and professionalism in support of the library’s mission.

This is a full-time salaried position working 35 hours a week. For further details, please visit this page.