Full Time Research and Instruction Librarian, i.e. Reference Librarian (2 positions) | Six Mile Regional Library District

Posted on Jan 4, 2021

Are you a self-starter who enjoys helping people?  Do you have experience providing research/reference services and planning programs in a public library that embraces change?  If so, you might be just the person for us.  We want friendly, confident, energetic, and highly motivated individuals with superb customer service skills and great technical and interpersonal skills to join our SMRLD team.  Both positions include participation, involvement, and engagement with community groups, partnerships, organizations, boards, and committees.  Both positions also include collection development.  

The Six Mile Regional Library District is located in Granite City, Illinois, and truly is six miles from St. Louis, Missouri.  Because of our close proximity, we enjoy easy access to a world-class zoo, arts, sports, universities, natural history, healthcare, restaurants, and more.  

More information available at https://www.smrld.org/about/employment-2/


Education - a Master of Library Science degree from an ALA-accredited university

Experience - Minimum of two years of librarian experience at a public library after receiving the MLS degree.  Proficiency in more than one language is preferred.

One of the positions has an emphasis on working with and outreach to teens.  Preference for this position includes demonstrated experience in teen services, programs and services, and developing and maintaining effective relationships with schools and other groups.


Six Mile Regional Library District
2001 Delmar Avenue OR 2145 Johnson Road (2 locations)
Granite City, IL 62040
United States

How to apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to adminassist@smrld.org

Our priority deadline for resumes is February 1, 2021.

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