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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.

Volunteer Coordinator (Full-time, permanent)

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a permanent, full-time Volunteer Coordinator.  Reporting to the Director, Community Engagement and Programming and working closely with the Literacy Unit, the Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of system wide volunteer programs and strategies to include the creation of appropriate structures and tools to recruit, train and manage a growing volunteer base.

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Senior Human Resources Consultant (Full-time, permanent)

RPL is seeking a Senior Human Resources Consultant.  The ideal candidate will be a generalist with a passion for staff development.  As a member of the Leadership Team, the Senior Human Resources Consultant will work closely with managers to develop and deliver effective training and development opportunities and to promote employee engagement in a customer-centered organizational culture.  With a background that includes performance management and attendance support in a unionized environment, the Senior Human Resources Consultant will coach and support managers in all human resources matters and will work with the Director of Human Resources in the development and implementation of human resources policies, procedures and systems that ensure RPL is positioned to provide Regina residents with opportunities for discovery and learning in an inclusive, customer-centered, safe environment.

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Customer Service Associate (Full-time, term to May 9, 2022)

Regina Public Library's Central location is recruiting for a full-time, term, Customer Service Associate. Under the direction of their assigned supervisor, 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. They are tech-savvy, curious, and eager to share knowledge with others. They seek to understand, anticipate, and serve the needs of our customers. 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. They are a team player who is passionate about great customer service.

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Public Service Clerk (Part-time, term to December 31, 2021)

Regina Public Library's Prince of Wales branch is recruiting for a part-time, term, Public Service Clerk. Under the direction of the unit head, 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.

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Reference and Programming Assistant (9 month term, part-time)

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a part-time, term, Reference and Programming Assistant. Reporting to the unit head, 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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Reference and Programming Assistant (6 month term, part-time)

Regina Public Library is recruiting for a part-time, term, Reference and Programming Assistant. Reporting to the unit head, 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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Director of Development

The Director of Development will inspire and be inspired by the donors who invest in the library. As a member of RPL’s Senior Leadership Team, reporting to the Executive Director of Finance & Strategy, and working closely with the Library Director and CEO, the Director of Development is responsible for adapting and implementing a comprehensive fund development plan, encompassing all fundraising channels including major gifts, annual giving, special events, sponsorships, and donor stewardship. The Director of Development will work closely with the RPL Board of Directors, senior management, and volunteers, and have the opportunity to build a team. They will collaborate with the senior leaders of the library to inspire new levels of success.

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Community Librarian, Sherwood Village (permanent, full-time)

RPL has a vacancy for a permanent, full-time Community Librarian.  The Community Librarian provides service to the public, meeting established Library strategic objectives and service standards. They are a part of a team that includes branch staff and the Community Engagement and Programing Unit, 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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mâmawêyatitân centre Team Leads Assistant

mâmawêyatitân centre is recruiting for a Team Leads Assistant. We are looking for someone with exceptional interpersonal, organizational, and administrative skills, who is committed to the betterment of the North Central community and will help us to ensure mâmawêyatitân centre continues to flourish and thrive as an integral community hub.

mâmawêyatitân centre was developed in partnership with the Regina Public Schools, City of Regina and the Regina Public Library. Staff from the partner agencies work with a number of project and program partners to provide services to the North Central community, using an integrated approach. This integrated approach not only involves agencies working together, but also includes them being physically located within the centre. Currently mâmawêyatitân centre includes Scott Collegiate high school, Albert Branch library, North Central Community Association, Chili for Children, a community policing centre, daycare, a large recreational complex and gymnasia and an Elders’ space. Many of the indoor spaces are available for rental/use by all residents of Regina. The outdoor spaces include vegetable garden plots, basketball courts, a soccer pitch and a cultural space with elements drawn from Indigenous traditions. This is a holistic, integrated facility – the first of its kind in Canada – serving children, youth, and families.

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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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