Continuous Recruitment Process (CRP)
Please submit an application for a specific continuous recruitment listed below.
Adult Services Librarian
Children's Services Librarian
Teen Services Librarian
The Library accepts applications and resumes for selected positions on a continuous basis. Based on need, the Library may temporarily suspend or limit accepting applications. The CRP open application period for the Page, Library Associate I and Library Associate II classifications is currently suspended.
Traditional Recruitment Process
Please submit an application for a specific job listed below. If no jobs are listed, there are no jobs available at this time.
IC #44-13 Deputy City Librarian
IC #02-14 Systems Analyst II
IC #10-14 Supervising Librarian
IC #11-14 Public Services Technician (2 positions)
IC #13-14 Community Engagement Manager
Student Assistant Program
This program provides an opportunity for students to gain valuable work experience and mentorship at the Library. During open application periods, applicants are asked to submit a Student Assistant Employment Application, a cover letter, proof of school enrollment and a reference from a educator/employer (form included in the application). The Eligibility Requirements for Students include (1.) students are at least 16 years old at the time of application, (2.) students must be enrolled in high school, college, vocational/technical school, or a G.E.D. program. (Students who have completed a Bachelor's degree program are not eligible.), and (3.) students must be enrolled at least half-time (at least five credits for college students), three out of four quarters of the school year.
Applications for the Student Assistant Program are being accepted through 5:00 p.m. on April 30, 2014.
Carefully read the job bulletin for instructions on how to apply. Use this link to print a required referral form. To be considered for the program you must submit all required materials by the deadline listed above.
The Seattle Public Library proudly supports diversity in its employment practices.