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304 S. Fourth St., Stoughton, WI 53589
608-873-6281


Library Hours : Monday -Thursday 9 to 9 and Friday & Saturday 9 to 5

 

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Stoughton Public Library
Shelver Position (Continuous Recruitment)
Do you have an eye for detail, enjoy organizing materials and take pride in being accurate?

The Stoughton Public Library often has the need to seek a Shelver to assist in maintaining the order of the Library collection.

If you would like to apply for one of the next openings and you meet the requirements, please submit an application for future consideration.

Applicants must be at least 16 years old and be able to work afternoon, evening and rotating Saturday shifts averaging between 6-9 hours per week.

Someone with occasional morning availability is preferred.

Starting wage is $8.04 per hour with no benefits.


Applications are available from the Circulation desk or online.
Applications may be turned in at the library. Attn: Sarah Bukrey, Circulation Supervisor, 304 S. Fourth St. Stoughton, WI 53589.

The Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 

Career and college planning video resources available online!
The Library can now direct you to a comprehensive series of virtual career and college planning web videos.
Click here to find out more.

Employment websites

City of Stoughton job openings - http://www.ci.stoughton.wi.us/clerk/city_job_openings.htm

Madison Classifieds - http://www.madison.com/marketplace/jobs/

Dane County Employment Opportunities - http://jobs.countyofdane.com

Dane County Job Center (The redesigned JobNet site) – http://www.danejobs.com/index.html

WiscJobs (State of Wisconsin Employment Source) - http://wisc.jobs

Job Center of Wisconsin - https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com/


Popular job, career and employment sites available at the Madison Public Library - http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/ref/jobs/

 

Career & Employment Bibliography*

Company downsized? Need extra Income?

Then consider these materials to help you make the important decisions involved in looking for a job, preparing a resume, going on interviews and more. The library can help you get started on your path to a new career.
The career chronicles: an insider's guide to what jobs are really like: the good, the bad, and the ugly from over 750 professionals. Written by Michael Gregory.
The career coward's guide to changing careers: sensible strategies for overcoming job search fears. Written by Katy Piotrowski.
Courting your career: match yourself with the perfect job. Written by Shawn Graham.
Escape from corporate America: a practical guide to creating the career of your dreams. Written by Pamela Skillings.
Expert resumes for career changers. Written by Wendy S. Enelow.
Expert resumes for people returning to work. Written by Wendy S. Enelow.
Interview magic: job interview secrets from America's career and life coach. Written by Susan Britton Whitcomb.
Nailing the job interview: prepare and get hired! (Audiobook on CD)
What color is your parachute? 2010 edition. Written by Richard Nelson Bolles.
*These titles are just a sampling of the assortment of materials available
at the Stoughton Public Library and for loan from the South Central Library System.
If you would like assistance locating material, call the Adult Services Desk at 608-873-6281.

Career & college planning video resources available online

To learn more, visit education-portal.com.
To view videos on this site you need at least Flash Player 7 installed on your computer.


Sponsored by education-portal.com, which is a member of the American Library Association and the Association of College and Research Libraries, the site is dedicated to providing higher education and career planning resources for teens and college students, as well as adults looking for employment or a career change.

The videos feature advice from real-world college and career counselors who have volunteered their time. The information covers everything from practical college entrance advice and university reviews to detailed explanations of how to set up professional resumes, job network, and conduct informational interviews. Examples of particular interest to teens and college age students include:

     For adults and job hunters, check out:            

To learn more, visit education-portal.com.




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