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Three Part-time Security Monitors, Grade III Building Services

The Oak Lawn Public Library is looking for three, part-time, Level 1, Security Monitors who will help to keep our library a friendly and secure place by assisting with the enforcement of rules and regulations, and supporting the maintenance team and Library staff. The current wage range is $12.59 - $17.37 per hour, and there are Level 1 employee benefits associated with this position, per the current Personnel Policy.

This is an 8-19-hour per week “non-exempt” position with a work schedule that includes days, evenings and some weekend hours.

The function of this position is to maintain order in the building and on the grounds by assisting with the enforcement of the Library’s policies and Rules of Conduct. They must have the ability to communicate with the public and to handle difficult situations in a tactful and courteous manner. The Security Monitor must be able to react quickly and effectively to emergencies according to the Emergency and Special Situations Manual. The employee must be able to document necessary incidents and accidents in a prompt fashion. They will also assist with the closing procedures of the library and support the maintenance team as required. Completes all other duties as necessary and assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma is required; related work experience is preferred. No direct library experience is necessary. Must have a strong commitment to providing quality customer service, and the ability to meet and work with people of diverse backgrounds easily.

To apply to this position, please submit your application or resume, along with three references to the


Part-time Page, Grade 1

Youth Services Department

The Youth Services Department has a position opening for a part-time Page, Grade I. Starting wage is $9.63 per hour.

This is an 8-19-hour per week “non-exempt” position with a work schedule that includes evenings, some days and weekend hours.

Duties include: Shelving of library materials; shifting books; shelf-reading; keeping the department in good order;
and possibly assisting other staff with department displays, programs, and special projects.

To apply for this position, submit your application or resume to .

Created by Erin Foley on Jun 5th, 2017 @ 12:14 PM.
Updated on Jan 2nd, 2020 @ 10:10 AM.