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Employment Opportunities

Patron Service Assistant (Part-Time)

Description: The Hooksett Library is looking for an enthusiastic and customer service-oriented team member who is adaptable to changing priorities and focused on seeking proactive solutions.  This position requires active multi-tasking and strong attention to detail.  

The Hooksett Library staff are a collaborative group always looking to be on the forefront of new initiatives and trends while providing proactive patron-focused service.

Regular position responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Helping patrons locate library materials
  • Assisting patrons with digital media 
  • Checking in/out library materials
  • Registering new patrons
  • Collection maintenance reports and tasks
  • Assist with interlibrary loan
  • Managing unique library collections
  • … and so much more!

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Excellent customer service attitude towards patrons of all ages is essential and proficiency using a computer is necessary. Public library experience and/or experience with Polaris automation system strongly preferred.

Hours include daytime weekday hours, one to two evenings per week and rotating Saturdays. Approximately 25 to 29 hours per week, wage range $14.50-$16.50/hour.  Job description available below.

The Hooksett Library actively supports the professional growth and development of all staff members and is a strong proponent of the NHLA Paralibrarian program.  We strive for a professional, fun, and team-based work culture.

Please send resume with letter of interest to:

Heather Rainier, Library Director
31 Mount Saint Mary’s Way
Hooksett, NH 03106

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