Employment Opportunities

Evening ESOL Teachers for Project Literacy

Duties/Description: Project Literacy, a program of the Watertown Free Public Library that serves adult English language learners, seeks energetic, creative teachers for our beginner and advanced beginner classes. These classes meet at the Watertown High School on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6:30 to 9, from September through the end of May.

Library Circulation Clerical

Duties/Description: The Watertown Free Public Library Circulation Department seeks a friendly, motivated, and dedicated individual to work in our busy library. The desired candidate must deliver exceptional customer service, attend closely to detail, possess confidence in interpreting and enforcing library policies and procedures, enjoy interacting with the general public in a fast-paced environment, and be dedicated to the WFPL mission.

Temporary Library Circulation Clerical

Duties/Description: The Watertown Free Public Library Circulation Department seeks a friendly, motivated, and dedicated individual to work in our busy library. The desired candidate must deliver exceptional customer service, attend closely to detail, possess confidence in interpreting and enforcing library policies and procedures, enjoy interacting with the general public, and be dedicated to the WFPL mission.

Junior Custodian

VACANCY: Library Junior Custodian

The Watertown Free Public Library seeks a Junior Custodian. This position is full time (40 hours) and includes evening and Saturday shifts. The hourly wage is $19.63 an hour.  

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Caitlin Browne, Assistant Director, at wfpljobs@watertown-ma.gov (preferred) or via post to 123 Main St. Watertown, MA 02472. Position is open until filled.

Job Description

Temporary Reference Librarian (Adult/Teen/Children)

Duties/Description
The Watertown Free Public Library is seeking temporary librarians to work on the Adult Services, Teen, and Children's reference desks of our busy library.

Duties include providing reader's advisory and reference services, troubleshooting technology problems, library  projects as directed by supervisor, and understanding and enforcing library policies.

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