Fond du Lac Public Library employs about 45 people, full-time and part-time. Part-time positions range from 12 to 30 hours per week. The educational requirements for our positions range from less than a high school education to a master's in Library Science. All of our positions require basic computer literacy and excellent customer service capabilities. Any future openings will be posted in the library and listed on this web page. Feel free to watch any and all of these sources. We do not accept applications to keep on file when we have no openings.

Fond du Lac Public Library is an equal opportunity employer. 

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The Fond du Lac Public Library is seeking a dynamic leader for its Youth Services Coordinator position. 

The ideal candidate enjoys working with children and teens, is well-versed in readers' advisory for children, cultivates strong community partnerships, thrives on constant change and continuous improvement, embraces new technologies and appreciates fun-loving co-workers.

Under the general direction of the Library Director, with wide latitude for independent judgment and decision-making, the Youth Services Coordinator is responsible for the organization, planning, development and operation of children’s services, including collection development and library programming for children and teens. Coordinators serve on the library’s management team, collaborating with the director, assistant director and fellow library coordinators to fulfill the library’s mission.

 Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Supervising and coaching Youth Services staff (3.5 FTE),
  • Managing the physical and digital collection of materials for children in all formats,
  • Administering and developing programming for children, and
  • Playing a key role in the management team.

The Fond du Lac Public Library is a vibrant, customer-focused library, circulating over 600,000 items annually with a collection of 200,000+ items spread over two locations.  The Youth Services department enjoys a $90,000 annual budget for materials plus $10,000+ per year for youth programming.  In addition to traditional library materials, the library circulates teacher kits, computer projectors, guitar effect pedals, cake pans, and outdoor games.

A full job description and employment application can be found on the City of Fond du Lac’s website: https://www.fdl.wi.gov/hr/youth-services-coordinator/

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