The West Lafayette Public Library is hiring a full time Reference & Teen Librarian


• Work at the Library’s Reference Desks: Assist patrons with reference questions and aid in their use of the Library and its collections

• Serve on the adult materials selection committee
• Order materials for the Library’s collections
• Fulfilling materials requests: ILL and PDA
• Evergreen Indiana ILS Cat-1 & Cat-2 level cataloging

• Create, staff, and schedule teen and adult programs both inside and outside of the Library
• Act as librarian on duty when required; assist in opening and closing procedures of the Library
• Attend monthly staff meetings
• Other duties as assigned

• Salary range is $36,000 - $40,000/year
• This position is exempt under FLSA labor laws
• Excellent benefits package including health, dental & vision

• ALA accredited MLS degree
• Must qualify for Indiana Library Certification Level 3
• Strong computer skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Strong organizational skills
• Some evening and weekend hours required
• Physical labor: lifting up to 25 pounds, pushing book carts, bending & stooping
• Fund raising experience a plus

The West Lafayette Public Library provides equal opportunities to all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religious belief, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, ancestry, or veteran status
The West Lafayette Public Library complies with all applicable federal state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment
The Equal Employment Opportunity Policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, training, hiring, termination, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, or any other personnel action

This position will report to the Library’s Assistant Director
Send resume and cover letter to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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DetoxPresented by Stacy Quasebarth

Tuesday, June 27 at 6pm

In the Elm Room

The average person applies 300 chemicals to their body every single day, and 80 of those chemicals before breakfast! Come learn how to kick the harsh chemicals in your home to the curb with easy DIY changes, and simple steps like switching to wool dryer balls in your laundry routine. Easy, simple, and small changes you can make to protect your family and take charge of what’s in your house.

About the presenter: Stacy Quasebarth is a mother, designer, photographer, and essential oil enthusiast. She has been utilizing essential oils for her family of four for seven years and loves helping others find the natural path to achieving health and wellness.



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Kids may register in the Children’s Room (ages 1 - grade 6)


Adults & teens register here and enter your books read here.