Application for Employment

The following positions with the Oldham County Public Library are currently open and accepting applications. Please click the title to see more information and application proceedure for each.

Branch Manager, South Oldham Library

This is administrative and professional Library work assisting in the direction of all services of the branch Library in Crestwood. Work includes responsibility for day-to-day operations of the Library, participating in budget preparations and fiscal management, overseeing direct public services, managing personnel, continual study and evaluation of library services.  Paraprofessional Library Certification required; Professional Library Certification and an ALA approved MLS preferred.

Children's Extension Librarian

Under the general direction of the Children’s Services Librarian, the Children’s Extension Librarian provides library services and programming for children up to twelve years in age. The Children’s Extension Librarian conducts both branch programming and offsite Outreach programming interacting with the public and with other staff. A Bachelor’s degree in early childhood development or elementary education, or combination of some post-secondary education and relevant work experience is required. Experience with children’s programming and/or children’s literature is preferred. Applicant must be able to meet the requirements for Library Experience certification established by the Kentucky State Board for the Certification of Librarians.

Digital Media Lab Coordinator, Main Library

Under direction of the Outreach Librarian, the Digital Media Lab Coordinator specializes in assisting patrons with computer technology and maintaining and promoting the Digital Media Lab at the Main Library in LaGrange. The DML Coordinator performs specialized tasks in relation to this including: teaching computer classes; facilitating scheduled individual lab use; editing podcasts; filming and editing instructional videos; assisting to maintain digital library publications such as email newsletters, and community calendars; and helping develop or implement new projects/classes/resources that encourage use of DML. This is a full time (37.5hr a week) non-exempt position. Applicants must be available to work nights and weekends.