Library Monitor-Warren/Trumbull County Public Library

Library Monitor – Main Library
The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library has an opportunity for a part-time security staff member to monitor customer use at the Main Library in Warren and its facilities and to maintain proper library conduct and procedures.

 Complies with all safety policies and procedures.
 Maintains a security log of activities during scheduled work shift.
 Continuous patrols of the building and grounds while on duty.
 Performs closing and opening routines for the building in conjunction with
the scheduled days worked, to include setting and unsetting the building’s alarm system.
 May assist customers by answering directional questions, assists customers with the public photocopiers.
 Handles the fire alarm and anti-theft system alarm when the need arises.
 Monitors security camera system and notes unusual activity.
 Advises library customers of behavior guidelines and enforces those guidelines.
 Observes customer behavior and intervenes when problems occur.
 Participates in evacuation of the library in emergency situations.
 Prepares an accident/injury and/or incident report for employees and customers of the library and forwards to appropriate library personnel.

High school diploma. One-year experience in a similar position highly desirable. Experience in working with the public helpful. Knowledge of emergency procedures helpful. Knowledge and experience in using computers and various software programs to include the Internet.

Please refer to the Core Competencies for Library Staff on the library’s website,

Part-time (22 hours/week). Must be able to work mostly evenings (Monday – Thursday 2:45pm – 8:00pm and a Sunday rotation from 12:30pm – 5:00pm). Employee must be flexible and able to adjust work schedule to meet the needs of the library.

Hourly starting wage is $10.57.

Applicants may apply online through the following link:

For full consideration, please respond by April 21, 2017.

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