Substitute Circulation Assistants

Town of Mashpee   Mashpee, MA   Part-time     Administration / Clerical
Posted on February 2, 2024
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The Town of Mashpee Public Library welcomes applications for Substitute Circulation Assistants.
Wages: $20.46/hour.
This position works on an on-call, as needed basis between the Library’s operating hours of 9:00am – 7:00pm, Monday – Saturday. Positions open until filled.

Minimum Requirements:
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • At least one (1) year work experience in a public library setting providing direct customer service in person, via telephone and/or electronically via email
  • Experience using computers, automated systems, or other workplace productivity software
  • Strong attention to detail with a working knowledge of basic public library concepts and resources
  • Or any equivalent combination of education, training or experience which demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • Must possess a valid MA driver’s license (Class D).
  • Must successfully pass a background check.


  • Provides administrative, technical and clerical support to library services and programs in various departments, including Circulation, Youth, or Adult Services, and adopts and provides library technical expertise that complements and expands the availability of library services.
  • Assists patrons at the public service desks and throughout the library; may check materials in and out; issues library cards; answers telephone requests for assistance.
  • Maintains reading areas and displays; reads shelves to maintain materials in appropriate location and order; weeds materials as requested.

In order to be considered, a fully completed original Employment Application is required (available on the HR Dept. Employment Opportunities webpage by clicking "Apply Now".

For more information and to apply, please click "Apply Now". 
The Town of Mashpee is an EEO/AA Employer

Applications from Women and Minorities are Encouraged