The Free Library Seeks Library Supervisors!

By Bridget G. RSS Tue, February 7, 2023

Are you a librarian with three years of experience and a passion for serving diverse populations in an urban public library setting? The Free Library of Philadelphia is seeking experienced librarians to supervise branches as they inspire lifelong learning in neighborhoods throughout the city.

This is a community-focused librarian position (MLS or equivalent Master’s Degree required) housed within a large, municipal library system consisting of 54 neighborhood libraries. Each location has its own unique vibe and connection to its community. As a librarian and a member of our team, you will be responsible for providing exceptional customer service and engaging with our communities in a way that advances literacy, guides learning, and inspires curiosity.

Candidates who are fluent in another language are encouraged to apply. We are actively seeking candidates who reflect the diversity of our dynamic city!

The Free Library of Philadelphia is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In addition to being a union-represented position with pension and generous retirement savings options, City of Philadelphia employment benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and 12 observed holidays per year. This is an open-competitive listing for experienced librarians who are not currently employed by the city. Apply for this exciting opportunity by February 17, 2023. Good luck!

If you are already employed by the City of Philadelphia and are interested in this role, please apply to the separate city-wide listing.

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