Danville Public Library provides literacy and informational services to our community with friendly staff committed to excellent customer service.
Please check back for job opportunities.
We don’t just sit around reading books all day!
Many people apply at libraries because they love books and reading, and while that’s great — we want everyone to love books and reading — libraries need people persons who are organized and good with details.
We answer lots of questions, help library users find materials or access our computers, and plan and present programs for people of all ages. Some library staff update our library catalog records and label new items. Other folks keep our building, financial, and technology systems and procedures safe and working well.
All positions require some form of working with the public and most require a working familiarity with computers and common computer applications. Most positions require some sort of light lifting or pushing of carts of materials.
About half of our positions are part-time. All positions are year-round appointments and most require some evening and weekend work. Some internships or other temporary positions may become available from time to time.
To be considered for a library position:
- Fill out an application, making certain all information is filled out completely and legibly.
- Sign the application.
- Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org; mail it to or drop it off in person at 319 N. Vermilion St., Danville, IL 61832; or fax it to 217-477-5230.
- Keep your contact information and hours of availability up-to-date.
Applications will remain in consideration for six months. You may submit a resume with your application, although it is not necessary unless designated in the specific position description.
To ask any questions about the application process, email email@example.com or call the Business Office at 217-477-5223, ext. 117.
Danville Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Benefits and Retirement Savings
Eligible library employees receive health, dental, vision, and ADD insurance; vacation, personal, and sick leave. Retirement savings are through the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). Other benefits may apply.