Job Opening – Youth Specialist at Nola Brantley Memorial Library

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Plans and presents literacy and literature based, age-appropriate programs for the public, specifically ages birth to 17, including the Summer Reading Program.
  • Provides readers advisory services for children and teens.
  • Answers reference questions for children and teens.
  • Instructs patrons on the use of library resources.
  • Is responsible for collection development in the children’s libraries.
  • Promotes the library by offering tours and activities for groups on a regular basis and as resources allow.
  • Promotes the library by speaking and presenting programs to outside groups.
  • Assists in keeping the Department neat, organized, and inviting using displays, bulletin boards etc.
  • Designs program flyers and other promotional material.
  • Works at circulation as needed.
  • Acts as person in charge when Branch Manager and Circulation Supervisor are absent.

Full job description and application instructions

Newsletter

May 2016 Newsletter front page

May 2016 Newsletter front page

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Go Fish passes

We are pleased to announce that our Go Fish passes have now arrived at all three branches.  By checking out the Go Fish pass at your local library, you gain free admission for 4 individuals (regardless of age).  Below are just a few of the many things you can do at the Go Fish facility:

  • See freshwater aquariums featuring trout, largemouth bass and more…
  • Explore underwater habitats from mountain streams to black water swamps
  • View aquatic wildlife, including live alligators and turtles
  • Catch fish in the stocked pond
  • Try out the interactive shooting room
  • Get ‘Reel Tips’ on how and where to fish
  • Enjoy a walk on the nature trail
Go Fish is located in Perry, Georgia and is open three days a week to the public (Friday and Saturday 9A.M. – 5P.M. and Sunday 1P.M. – 5 P.M.).  To learn more about Go Fish, please visit the following website:
To check out the Go Fish pass please ask for it at the circulation desk.