The Dayton Metro Library is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to promoting a culturally diverse work force.
We recruit and hire the most qualified applicant without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
For information on what positions are currently available, visit current employment opportunities.
Letters of applications and resumes may be emailed to email@example.com or can be sent to the Main Library at:
Attn: Cindi Chibis, Human Resources Manager
Dayton Metro Library
215 East Third Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
You may also apply in person at the Community Relations Department at the Main Library or any branch library location during standard business hours or you may fax your resume to (937) 496-4302.
Dayton Metro Library’s $187 million bond issue is delivering 17 new or renovated spaces to the communities that we serve, creating exciting opportunities to expand our potential to host and coordinate special events. As such, the Library has created a new Events Manager position to help us design and implement policies, practices and procedures for soliciting and hosting special events that showcase our new buildings and allow the community to fully utilize our new spaces and amenities. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to bring unique events (weddings, corporate outings, family reunions, conferences, seminars, concerts, etc.) to our beautiful new spaces, attracting new users to our facilities. We are looking for a self-motivated individual who is skilled in sales, marketing, and all detailed aspects of the intricacies of event coordination.
Essential Job Duties
Compensation and Benefits: Pay range minimum is $49,295 annually with a full benefits package that includes paid holidays, vacation/sick leave accruals and professional development opportunities.
Application Process: To maximize your application’s visibility, please submit a comprehensive cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dayton Metro Library is seeking enthusiastic, team-oriented individuals who are dedicated to learning and teaching technology to patrons and staff, either in a classroom or in a one-on-one setting. The ideal candidates will thrive in a patron-centered environment, using any and all library resources to answer patrons’ information needs. We only want to hear from those who are motivated to inform, enrich and inspire our patrons!
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Hours: Full-time (40 hours per week)
Compensation and Benefits: Starting hourly wage is $16.70 with a full benefits package that includes tuition reimbursement, paid holidays, vacation/sick leave accruals and professional development opportunities.
Application Process: Please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com
The Dayton Metro Library brings people of all ages and backgrounds together to discover new things about the world, themselves, and each other. Within our Branches and beyond our walls, we are advocates for exploration, champions of literacy, and active facilitators of empowerment, inclusion, and positive change. We proudly combine traditional library services with innovative opportunities
If you love planning programs that inspire curiosity, support lifelong learning, and challenge others to learn new technologies, we have the perfect job for you! As Dayton Metro Library’s Programming Manager, you will lead a team of enthusiastic, service-oriented employees and help us keep track of community needs and trends that provide strategic direction for the programming opportunities we provide.
Job Responsibilities: Develop a comprehensive system-wide programming plan for patrons of all ages. Work as part of an enthusiastic team to provide strategic direction for programming opportunities. Identify and analyze emerging community issues, needs, and interests to determine programming direction. Cultivate partnerships with cultural, educational and strategic partners, and other community organizations. Identify and evaluate programming statistics and outcomes, using collected information to guide programming direction. Foster positive working relationships with staff and vendors to coordinate meetings, conferences, and events. Pursues external funding opportunities to enable sustainable expansion of events and programs. Responsible for managing sponsored arts/culture experiences in our new Main Library and collaborates with others on use of long-term exhibition space.
Job Qualifications: MLIS from an A.L.A. accredited program. Minimum of three to five years of increasingly responsible experience in a public library setting at a professional level, and management experience preferred.
Salary & Benefits: Starting salary $49,295 with exceptional fringe benefits.
Application Process: Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you aren’t afraid to fail and would rather try something new and take a risk, than rely on the way things have always been, apply today.