Library Assistant – Arvin A. Brown Public Library (Richford, VT)

The Arvin A. Brown Public Library in Richford is hiring a Library Assistant. The ideal candidate will have excellent people skills, a high degree of computer literacy, and an enthusiasm for engaging all members of the public around books, reading, and technology.

Responsibilities include development of innovative programs, promotion of all library services and circulation desk duties. This is a 16 to 20 hour position, to include evening and shifts.

Richford is a community of about 2,300 tucked up in the northeast corner of Franklin County, Vermont. It retains its largely rural character, with rolling hills and farmland along the banks of the Missisquoi River, supporting forests, wildlife and homesteading.

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