Work at the Library

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The Marin County Free Library is always searching for innovative, creative thinkers who are enthusiastic about their work and are committed to delivering excellence in serving the constituents of Marin.

The Marin County Free Library is committed to Diversity and Inclusion in recruiting and hiring staff.

Currently Available

All jobs open for recruitment are listed on the County’s website. If you don’t see any current positions that interest you, you can set up alerts to be notified when jobs are posted. You could also consider applying for Extra Hire employment.

Current Job Postings

How to Apply

The County’s Human Resources Department provides information on How to Apply to County jobs. Make sure to read the Tips for Successfully Filing an Application on that page, to give yourself the best chance of success.

Bonus tip: Give a complete response to each question. Don’t be afraid to repeat yourself if the same information pertains to more than one question.

Set Up Alerts

You can also sign up to be notified of openings in one or more job categories. You will receive an email notification each time a position opens with County of Marin in a category you have subscribed to.

Extra Hire

The Library employs Extra Hire staff to work on a non-regular, non-permanent basis to cover shifts as needed. Working in an extra hire capacity is a good opportunity to gain valuable experience in our libraries.

If you are interested in Extra Hire employment, please follow the instructions to complete a Temporary (Contingent) Employment application for the job title you are interested in. Please include as much information as possible. You may be contacted if work is available.

Come Prepared

See the County’s list of Interview Questions to get an idea of questions you may be asked. Not all hiring panels use these questions but they are a good resources in terms of being prepared for the types of questions commonly asked.

About the Library

Marin County is just north across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. Known for its beautiful landscape, the Marin community is highly educated and interested in preserving a high quality of life. Marin County residents enjoy low crime, good schools, culture and a wide range of recreational opportunities.

The Marin County Free Library provides a wide variety of programs and services to meet the needs of the communities it serves in Marin City, Corte Madera, Fairfax, Novato, West Marin (Stinson Beach, Bolinas, Inverness and Point Reyes) and unincorporated areas of Marin County. The Library enjoys tremendous community support from Friends of the Library groups, a Library Foundation, and an advisory Library Commission. In 2010 and again in 2014 citizens supported the Library by passing a $49/parcel tax with over 70% voting yes.

Our library is an innovative, entrepreneurial and dynamic civic institution that is committed to providing exceptional services to a community that cares deeply about the library and encourages the library to assume a critical role in making the community strong, equitable, resilient and progressive.

ALL STAFF DAY

Once a year, all of the libraries are closed and staff get a chance to reconnect and to share and learn from one another. It’s part conference, part family dinner.

All Staff Day 2016 Welcome Video

WE WELCOME ALL
All library locations will be closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving.
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