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Circulation (1)
Job Title: Circulation Clerk III
Starting Salary: $10.50/hour
Hours per week: 40 hours per week; must be able to work 12 – 9 pm, Monday – Thursday, and 9 am – 6 pm, Saturday
Supervisor: Circulation Department Manager

Performs a variety of clerical duties to assist the public with access to library materials and services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Accurately count and balance money bags twice weekly and deposit with the Administration Department.
  • Prepares reports as needed including monthly reports; overdue notices; library holds; and weekly deposit.
  • Responsible for training new incoming staff members.
  • Responsible for billing patrons for returned damaged or missing items.
  • Responds in a friendly, courteous manner to all patron inquiries, carefully routes patrons to other library departments as needed.
  • Accurately charges/discharges library materials using an automated system.
  • Accurately registers patrons; issues library cards.
  • Collects fines and fees.
  • Reroutes circulation materials to other library departments.
  • Thoroughly cleans AV items before materials are shelved.
  • Processes overdue notices in a timely manner.
  • Assists patrons as needed with self-check terminals.
  • Performs all assigned shelf reading with attention to detail and on schedule.
  • Accurately and promptly shelves library materials as needed.
  • Demonstrates courteous and cooperative behavior in all interactions with the public and other staff members.

Required Skills:
Excellent customer service, keyboarding and communication skills; attention to detail, ability to read, understand and explain library policies to others; ability to work effectively and cooperatively with other library staff members.


Education – high school diploma or equivalent;
Experience – library experience helpful;
Personal Attributes – dependable, attentive to detail, flexible in scheduling, cheerful, must like working with public, neat in appearance and accurate.

Apply at Action Personnel, Inc.
1721 Tremont
Galveston, TX 77550
Call (409) 762 – 0387.
Apply at Express Employment Professionals
600 Gulf Freeway, Suite 101
Texas City, TX 77591
Call (409) 935 – 9990.
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Operations (1)
Position: Custodian I

Minimum Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent. Candidate must be able to understand and act on written and oral instructions in English. The candidate should possess a basic knowledge of cleaning chemicals and methods and must be physically fit enough to operate necessary cleaning equipment including vacuums, carpet extractors, and floor equipment. The candidate must be agile enough to bend to reach low shelves and to climb a ladder, and strong enough to lift loads of up to forty pounds. The candidate must be dependable and punctual.

  1. Replenishes supplies, cleans and sanitizes restrooms using established practices and procedures.
  2. Cleans, dusts, and wipes building surfaces including furniture, windows, vents, tables, benches and walls; sweeps, mops, or vacuums floors; empties/cleans wastebaskets and trash containers maintaining separation of recyclable items for pick-up; replaces light bulbs; strips, cleans, buffs and applies floor sealer and floor finish to hard surface floors, vacuums and cleans carpeting; cares for indoor plants, strictly follows instructions regarding the use of chemicals and supplies; operates a variety of custodial and maintenance equipment tools; safely operates vehicles and other equipment in the performance of assigned duties.
  3. Provides facilities support and maintenance services for meetings, receptions, Friends book sale operations and special functions including monitoring the schedule, safe food handling procedures and assisting with the operation of equipment.
  4. Opens and unlocks the building in the morning and properly secures the building in the evening including locking all doors, turning off lighting and equipment, verifying that all patrons and staff have left the building, and arming the security system.
  5. Promptly reports building and equipment problems, malfunctions, thefts, sanitary hazards, suspicious behavior, unsafe conditions and problems with visitors and staff. Takes appropriate corrective action to ensure building safety and theft prevention. Observes safe working habits and practices.
  6. Monitors building and grounds to prevent violations of library’s personal conduct policy; monitors and promptly responds to radio security calls from staff; contacts local police as necessary. Asks visitors in violation of library policies to leave building and grounds; contacts the police if necessary. Ensures security of building and grounds during assigned times; lowers flags; locks and unlocks doors and gates.
  7. Performs light ground maintenance duties including trash, debris and plant material removal.
  8. Checks and promptly reports any problems with exterior building systems i.e. parking lot lights and sprinkler system.
  9. Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.
  10. Performs minor interior building maintenance such as painting, replacement of faucet washers, minor carpentry and mechanical tasks.
  11. Provides support services for staff, Friends volunteers and patrons as needed; unloads and stacks books, moves furniture and takes materials to recycle and trash bins, runs errands, performs other related tasks as assigned.
Apply at Action Personnel, Inc.
1721 Tremont
Galveston, TX 77550
Call (409) 762 – 0387.
Apply at Express Employment Professionals
600 Gulf Freeway, Suite 101
Texas City, TX 77591
Call (409) 935 – 9990.
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