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2020 Metro Writer in Residence

We are accepting applications from Edmonton and area writers for two positions as Writers in Residence for the period of Jan. 2 to Dec. 31, 2020.

Call for WIR Applications

Looking to Volunteer?

Volunteers perform a variety of tasks - shelving materials, outreach services, behind the scenes tasks such as book repair or preparing materials for children's programs.  

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Library Assistant, Children’s Services


Join us in cultivating community in St. Albert and building the future of public libraries in Alberta.  We are looking for a motivated individual and team-player with a passion for libraries, enthusiasm for community, and a head full of great ideas.


We are seeking an outgoing, enthusiastic and energetic team player with a passion for working with children and families. 


Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Plans, organizes, presents and evaluates theme and age-based library programs for children.

·         Delivers age-appropriate reference and reader’s advisory services to children and parents.

·         Provides library orientation to patrons, which includes conducting grade-specific story and instructional tours for school classes, daycares and other groups.

·         Works collaboratively with, and assists in the provision of outreach to schools and other community groups, to advocate for the library, and further the library’s goals around literacy, life-long learning and community building.

·         Assists with library technology including the library catalogue, public Internet workstations, mobile devices and the library’s many online resources.

·         Assists in the selection and promotion of children’s library materials.



·         Masters degree in Library/Information Studies or Library Technician training and appropriate experience

·         Library experience, preferably in a public library setting and with children

·         Experience in creating and delivering age-appropriate children’s programming.

·         Specialized knowledge of child development and of theories and models related to early and family literacy.

·         Strong knowledge of children’s literature.

·         Ability to work effectively outside of traditional library activities and settings. 

·         Excellent computer and technology skills.

·         Strong customer service orientation with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

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