Family Engagement Manager – Thomas Memorial Library (Cape Elizabeth, ME)

The Thomas Memorial Library is seeking a creative, enthusiastic, and collaborative individual to fill the position of Family Engagement Manager. This professional-level position oversees library service to youth of all ages, from birth through the teen years, supervising a department of one part-time and two full-time employees. The ideal candidate is someone who genuinely enjoys working with children, teens, and families, and values collaboration, communication, and positivity in all aspects of their relationships.

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– Posted 6/5/24

Teen Librarian – Morristown Centennial Library (Morrisville, VT)

Are you innovative and team-oriented? Do you love working with teenagers? Morristown Centennial Library is in search of a part-time teen librarian to join our team.


  • Cultivate a robust teen programming calendar;
  • Collaborate with community organizations and local schools to support youth in the community including outreach to local school districts;
  • Create book and other displays; develop and maintain the layout and appearance of the young adult area filled with relevant resources;
  • Greet patrons warmly, interact with the public of all ages; create a safe and welcoming space;
  • Assist with circulation, fines & fees management, reserves and opening/closing procedures;
  • Support other staff members and adult volunteers as needed;
  • Facilitate the work and activities of teen volunteers and teen advisory group;
  • Develop and maintain content for social media platforms such as Library blogs, Facebook, Tiktok, and Pinterest;
  • Curate our collection of young adult materials, maintaining a working knowledge of trends in young adult literature; work to engage young adults with the collection in ways that allow them to follow their interests and discover new ones; promote young adult literature on and off-site;
  • Maintain a working knowledge of library youth services and the profession through webinars, internal training, meetings, conferences, professional literature and organizational memberships;
  • Serve as a mentor and leader to young adult patrons, cultivating positive relationships with youth while maintaining professional boundaries. Maintain a working knowledge of the educational and developmental needs of youth.

Morristown Centennial Library is a busy, patron-centered library in the heart of Morrisville, VT. We have a thriving youth program and are looking for a creative, positive individual to join us. Must have availability afternoon/evenings and some Saturdays. This is a part-time position. Must have experience working with teens and have demonstrated a strong commitment to public service and the ability to work well with a diverse patronage. Vermont library certification and/or a library degree preferred. Please send resume, cover letter and recommendations to

– Posted 10/20/23

YA Librarian – Rutland Free Library (Rutland, NY)

Rutland Free Library is seeking a 30-hour young adult / tech librarian. We’re looking for a curious and energetic individual to join our team of professionals in curating our collection of some 75,000 print titles and an ever-growing online presence, plus be able to generate engaging programming and outreach to Rutland’s tween / teen population.
Duties include:
  • Providing a well-managed YA physical and virtual collection (c. 3,500 titles) and space;
  • Creating compelling YA programming, spaces, and resources in collaboration with our community partners, on- and off-site;
  • Participate with other librarians in Help Desk coverage providing direct reference service to patrons of all ages and backgrounds;
  • Be in charge of our public computer network, including routine maintenance, troubleshooting, and basic repairs;
  • Expect to work some evenings and Saturdays, with some shifts as the In Charge for the building and staff;
The wage is $30.48 per hour, with generous benefits including health, paid leave, retirement, and more. This is a nonexempt position; library staff are affiliated with AFSCME Council-93. We are a large – by Vermont standards – public library serving some 22,000 residents of Rutland City, Rutland Town, Mendon, Tinmouth, and Ira. Our teen population in particular needs support from an empathetic person.
The closing date for applications is Oct. 14. Please send a cover letter and resume to Director Randal Smathers c/o Rutland Free Library, 10 Court St., Rutland VT, 05701 or by email; questions are best addressed via email at
– Posted 10/6/23