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Current Opportunities

Libraries build community.

At RPL, we’re on a mission to provide Regina residents with opportunities for discovery and learning in an inclusive, customer-centred, and safe environment — and we could use your help.

Community Librarian, Albert/Regent Place (permanent, full-time)

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a permanent, full-time Community Librarian at our Albert and Regent Place branches. Reporting to an assigned Branch Manager, the Community Librarian provides service to the public, meeting established Library strategic objectives and service standards. The Community Librarian is part of a team that includes branch staff and the Community Engagement and Programing Unit (CEP), dedicated to providing inclusive, relevant, high quality customer-focused service in the assigned communities. The Community Librarian supervises the assigned programming staff and participates in the implementation of new services or service changes within the library through project and team assignments.

 

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Building Operator

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a permanent, full-time, Building Operator. Reporting to the Director, Facilities Infrastructure and Services, the Building Operator performs tasks related to the overall upkeep,environment and security of library property and buildings. The position carries out a range of minor repairs and installations not requiring journeyman status. The position involves shift work and independent, unsupervised time and can be physically demanding. The position provides other maintenance-related support services throughout the library system and liaises with a broad spectrum of internal clients as well as vendors and contractors.

 

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Accounting Technician (permanent, full-time)

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a permanent, full-time, Accounting Technician. Reporting to the Manager, Finance, the Accounting Technician aids the Manager with the development of processes and procedures while performing a broad range of duties including the review and/or production of accounting and payroll reports, journal entries and general ledger account reconciliations. The incumbent carries out a wide variety of assignments with considerable independence and provides assistance to senior accounting staff on more difficult assignments. The Accounting Technician provides back-up to the second Accounting Technician and is tertiary back up to the Payroll team.

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Community Engagement Librarian

Regina Public Library is seeking an experienced Community Engagement Librarian to join the Community Engagement Programming team. Reporting to the Director, Community Engagement and Programming, the Community Engagement Librarian co-ordinates the planning, delivery and assessment of community engagement and partnerships. This position collaborates with Leads, Branch Managers, Community Librarians, and other staff to support the implementation of the community engagement and partnership framework, build partnerships with service agencies, and meet established Library strategic objectives and service standards.

 

 

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Financial Planning and Reporting Analyst

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a permanent full-time Financial Planning and Reporting Analyst. The position is located in the Finance Unit, and this position plays a lead role in budgeting and financial reporting for the Library. Under the supervision of the Director of Finance, this position works directly with the executive team, directors, managers, and supervisors to coordinate and develop the Library’s operating and capital budgets. This position will also be responsible for coordination of variance and forecast reporting for internal clients and preparing a summary variance and forecast for the board of directors.

The Financial Planning and Reporting Analyst will provide key support in the Library’s business process review and continuous process improvement initiatives by gathering and analyzing data based on the processes, practices, and procedures of other business units and organizing the information into concise reports with recommendations for improvement. This position is also responsible for business modelling by analyzing operational changes and proposed projects to quantify impacts on budgets, staffing, funding sources, and forecasts.

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Exhibition Research Assistant (Full-time, term position)

Regina Public Library (RPL) is looking for an Exhibition Research Assistant to join the Dunlop Art Gallery team . The Exhibition Research Assistant will assist the Director/Curator in the development, implementation, and oversight of a large-scale exhibition for the Dunlop Art Gallery.

The candidate will have will have graduated from post-secondary education within the last 48 months, preferably in the field of Fine Arts, Visual Arts, Art History, Curatorial Studies, Museum Studies, Museum Management, Museum Education, or Arts Administration, or Public Programming.

Applications from all candidates including women, visible minorities, Indigenous heritage, Trans-identified and people with reduced mobility are welcome.

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Page

The Page performs various duties related to physical maintenance of the library collections including shelving, conducting inventory, and pulling specified items for holds or withdrawal.

Regina Public Library is committed to an inclusive workplace that reflects the community that we serve. The Library welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.  

Applicants applying to this competition will be considered for Page positions that become available to external candidates at any of the Regina Public Library Branches across the CityPositions may be full-time or part-time; permanent or temporary. 

Applications submitted to this competition will be considered active for ninety (90) days from the initial posting date.    

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Customer Service Associate

Our Customer Service Associates are the essence of our customer-centred culture. They greet everyone with a warm smile and welcome them to the library. They enrich people’s lives through meaningful conversations about our programs, resources, and services. Our Customer Service Associates are outgoing and love letting people know what’s new and happening at the Library. They are knowledgeable about our products and make recommendations that connect with our customers.

Regina Public Library is committed to an inclusive workplace that reflects the community that we serve. The Library welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.  

Applicants applying to this competition will be considered for Customer Service Associate positions that become available to external candidates at any of the Regina Public Library Branches across the CityPositions may be full-time or part-time; permanent or temporary.  

Applications submitted to this competition will be considered active for ninety days from the initial posting date.   

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Common Job Openings

Regina Public Library is made up of a variety of job categories. Most job openings occur in the Page and Public Service Clerk categories.

Page
The Page performs various duties related to physical maintenance of the library collections including shelving, conducting inventory, and pulling specified items for holds or withdrawal.

Public Service Clerk 
The Public Service Clerk performs a variety of public service duties including circulation, reference and reader's advisory services, and maintaining records related to the operation of library services to the public.

Customer Service Associates
Our Customer Service Associates reach out and connect with our customers to support the joy of reading, lifelong learning, and growth. They are welcoming and knowledgeable guides to technology throughout the library. Our Customer Service Associates deliver enriching library experiences for all customers by hosting library programs, providing programming support, and promoting the library and its value at activities and events in the library and out in the community.

Reference and Programming Assistant
The Reference and Programming Assistant provides reference, reader's advisory services, and circulation services to the public, and provides technological support to patrons using library services. In cooperation with system Programming Leads, develops, delivers and evaluates library programs.

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