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Under direct supervision, a Library Page is to sort, shelve, straighten, and relocate library materials on the shelves; pull library materials off shelves, and prepare the library for opening/closing procedures. The ability to quickly and accurately sort items alphabetically and numerically. This is an ideal job for someone who has good organizational skills, and able to work with others. A library page also provides basic directional information to library users.
The City of Redwood City’s Library Department
Invites You To Apply For The part-time (20 hours per week) Regular Position Of:
Library Assistant I/II Bilingual
The City of Redwood CityLibrary Department Invite you to apply for:
Library Homework Center recreation specialist#2694(Casual/Hourly) 12-14 hours per weekSALARY: $15.00 hourlyOpen 9/26/29 - Continuous Recruitment
The City of Redwood City is looking for energetic people interested in working approximately 5 -15 hours per week, Monday-Sunday, varying hours, performing children’s reference services, planning and presenting storytimes, organizing and conducting library programs, assisting with homework, shelving library materials, and supervising and monitoring youth customers in the main library or library branches.
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San Mateo Public Library
Immediate Opening for a Child Care Provider
Close Date: Open until filled or upon receipt of the first 50 applications, whichever occurs first.
Project Read – San Mateo is seeking child care assistance during English tutoring classes.
Position: Recreation Specialist II / Library
The City of Redwood City’s Library Department is looking for energetic people interested in working with teens to organize and conduct educational and recreational activities, assist with homework, provide educational support, provide information regarding library materials, helping the teens with computer usage and questions, and build cooperative, supportive and trusting relationships with the youth visiting the Teen Center. The Library Teen Center Educational & Recreation Specialist will also support the Project READ program, which is committed to the literacy needs of our community
FINAL DATE FOR FILING: Continuous
Note: This recruitment schedule was amended on May 6, 2019 to extend the Final Filing Date. This recruitment has been changed to "Continuous."