Fond du Lac Public Library employs about 45 people, full-time and part-time. Part-time positions range from 12 to 30 hours per week. The educational requirements for our positions range from less than a high school education to a master's in Library Science. All of our positions require basic computer literacy and excellent customer service capabilities. Any future openings will be posted in the library and listed on this web page. Feel free to watch any and all of these sources. We do not accept applications to keep on file when we have no openings.

Fond du Lac Public Library is an equal opportunity employer. 


Job openings: 2

Youth Services Librarian

The Fond du Lac Public Library seeks an enthusiastic Youth Services Librarian who is equipped with an even temperament, a wealth of patience, and a great sense of humor – focusing on creating programs and (sneaky) activities to turn recalcitrant teens in grades 6-12 into enthusiastic library users.

Under the Youth Services Coordinator, you will be an invaluable part of a creative and dynamic team that works with kids from birth to age 19 and adults. Youth Services staff focus on all aspects of literacy, with a strong emphasis on early literacy skill building, developing positive lifelong library habits and creating strong connections with library users and area partners.

This is a full-time (40 hours/week) salaried position at $52,603.20 annually. Benefits include health, dental, life insurance, Wisconsin Retirement, and paid time off that includes floating holidays, vacation and sick leave.

An American Library Association (ALA) accredited Master’s Degree and a valid driver’s license is required for this position. Experience working with youth in libraries preferred.

All library employees are expected to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends.

Fond du Lac Public Library serves a city population of 43,000 and a county population of about 100,000. Fond du Lac is a family-oriented community in the heart of Wisconsin supported mainly by manufacturing and agriculture.

Full job description here.

Applications are available in the City Human Resources office on the 4th floor of the City-County Government Center, or by calling 920-322-3624, as well as clicking here.

Applications are due by August 23, 2019.

Equal Opportunity Employer


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The work involves routine clerical and support tasks assigned by the Circulation Team Leader or the Assistant Director. The work is distinguished from that of a Clerk position in that it does not involve complex clerical tasks associated with direct service to the public. A regular schedule of evening and/or weekend hours, including Sundays, may be required. Pay: $8.33/hour. 

Full job description 

City application due by August 23, 2019