Job Opportunities : Lillooet Area Library Association
Student Library Helper
The Lillooet Area Library Association is seeking an out-going young person to provide support to staff and patrons at the Lillooet Public Library. This position is for 2 hours each week, on Tuesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30, with occasional additional hours each month for special events or projects.
Ours is a patron centred, service culture. Your responsibility is to provide friendly and confidential help to library patrons while assisting the Librarian with other clerk duties.
On the job training is provided. Wage is $12.50 an hour with 4% vacation pay. A job description is available at https://lillooet.bc.libraries.coop/files/2017/11/Student-Library-Helper-1.pdf
Closing Date: December 8th.
Applications can be left at the Lillooet Public Library front desk or emailed to:
Toby Mueller: email@example.com
The Lillooet Public Library is looking for two responsible individuals to complete research for the development of a social enterprise and literacy program. The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator. He or she will excel at time management and have the proven ability to follow
Position starts on January 8, 2018 and ends on June 30, 2018.
Hours per week: 30
Hourly rate: $17.80
For the full job description, click here.
Closing date: December 18th
This is a Job Creation Partnership Experience Placement. To qualify, applicants must have an active EI claim or have been on EI in the last 5 years.
To apply, first visit Open Door Group, located at 639 Main Street, to verify your eligibility. Once your eligibility is confirmed, you will be asked to provide a cover letter and resume to the Lillooet Public Library.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Case Managed EI Clients in Client Tiers 2, 3 or 4, who have been assessed as needing work experience, are eligible to participate in JCP Work Experience Placements. JCP Work Experience Placements must be in the Client’s local labour market. The local labour market is defined as the geographic area within a normal daily commuting distance. JCP projects are intended to benefit local communities and Unemployed, eligible EI Clients who reside in those communities