Work at the library

 

The library has two openings: Digital Literacy Trainer and Fiscal Officer

 

Digital Literacy Trainer

The Digital Literacy Trainer assists patrons and staff with general technology issues and learning.  There is no need to be a "tech guru" for this job- if you're comfortable using a smartphone and computer for everyday tasks (using social media, checking email, online banking, filling out forms, etc.), you've got the skills needed to assist others.  The most important skills needed are patience and a desire to help others gain basic, but critical, technology skills.  The majority of topics that patrons need assistance with revolve around learning to use a touch screen device (smartphone/tablet), basic computer navigation, and using online services (email, banking, government forms, etc.).  For patrons that want assistance exploring more complex topics that you might not be familiar with, a willingness to learn alongside them is the most important skill needed.  You'll also have the opportunity lead classes on technology topics that interest you or that you think others would like to learn about and work with the local elementary and middle school after-school programs leading technology lessons for students.

See attachment below for full job description, compensation, and other information.  To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Kelsey Wicker, Assistant Director, at kwicker@cardlinc.org.  Applications received by Saturday, November 12, 2022 will receive first priority.

 

Fiscal Officer

The Fiscal Officer is a part-time position responsible for the financial operations of the library and provides information on the financial condition of the library. This position performs accounting functions and is responsible for the fiscal management of library resources and funds. The Fiscal Officer ensures that all financial operations comply with statutes of the State of Ohio, State Auditor requirements, federal and local laws, sound financial practices, and library policies. A bachelor's degree with emphasis in accounting or a related field and some accounting experience, particularly in the public sector, is preferred but not required. Mathematical skills, extreme attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to use spreadsheet software and computer systems are a must.

See attachment below for full job description, compensation, and other information.  To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Lisa Murray, Director, at lmurray@cardlinc.org.  Applications received by Saturday, November 26, 2022 will receive first priority.

 


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