ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN - Spanish Services (Inglewood)

$4,268.34 - $6,046.54 per month
Deadline Type: 
Open until filled

Under general supervision, provides materials, resources and programs within a division of the Library to the general public, and participates and supervises work activities of assigned staff. The current vacancies is within Spanish Services.  

  •  Assists in the selection, ordering and cataloging books, periodicals, government documents and other materials; Examines and selects materials to be withdrawn, discarded, outdated, repaired and replaced;  
  • Assists patrons/public in selection and location of books and materials;  
  • Develops and conducts programs as orientations, projects and learning sessions for the public;  
  • Provides reference service to assist public with questions, advise readers, provide instruction and monitor the use of the catalog system, on-line service, and public access of computers;  
  • Researches requests for information by users; 
  • Supervises and trains staff in performance of tasks, assists in the interpretation and implementation of policies and procedures. 
  • Assists in the preparation of Library’s budget and monitors expenditure to prepares and completes statistical reports;  
  • Creates and designs flyers, brochures, and bibliographies for distribution and edits and proofreads print materials;   
  • Attends and participates in meetings, workshops, conferences and programs.  
  • Perform other related duties and responsibilities for the betterment of the Library Services Division.  


  • Knowledgeable of Department policies and procedures, community resources and quality customer service techniques and concepts; Skilled in working within deadlines to complete projects, developing and implementing library programs and services, and establishing and maintaining productive working relationship; and of diverse Hispanic Cultures.
  • Ability to perform essential duties with little supervision, effectively communicate with both internal and external customers, and to implement successful supervisory principles and concepts.  
  • Ability to proficiently read, write and speak proper English and Spanish is required.