Jobs & Volunteering

We are always looking for talented and engaged people to join us! View our current job openings below to see if any opportunities match your skills and interests.

For questions about open positions or concerns about the hiring process, contact Rhonda Kinser at 543-7675 ext. 2004 or e-mail [email protected]. Bullitt County Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Current Openings

Maker Lab Assistant

Location: Central Library in Shepherdsville
Deadline: Open until filled

40 hrs./wk.; $18.09/hr. Benefits include County Employees Retirement System (CERS) benefits, health insurance, life insurance, sick time, vacation time, and long- and short-term disability plus personal time after an initial employment period.

Maker Lab Assistants oversee the regular operations of the Maker Lab, including providing training and assistance with a variety of equipment and software, giving tours of the space, enforcing safety guidelines and policies, stocking supplies, keeping a clean and organized space, and maintaining equipment and software in collaboration with IT staff. In addition, lab assistants should document patron feedback about the space and share maker success stories. Effective communication skills are essential, including maintaining regular communications with library administration and branch management teams about lab operations, needs, and opportunities.

Applicants must have a demonstrated aptitude for technology, including a minimum of 2 years’ experience in computer or technology-related services. A high school diploma or equivalent is required; some college preferred. The successful candidate will work the following rotating schedule. They may also occasionally be asked to work extra shifts covering for other staff in the Maker Lab or Digital Media Lab.

  • Monday  12:00–8:00 PM
  • Tuesday–Thursday  9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Alternating Fridays & Saturdays  9:00 AM–5:00 PM

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Information Technology Support Clerk

Location: Central Library in Shepherdsville (with travel to all BCPL locations required as needed)
Deadline: Open until filled

20 hrs./wk.; $18.09/hr. Benefits include paid sick time plus personal time after an initial employment period.

Information Technology Support Clerks are responsible for maintaining and assisting with daily operations of library computer systems under the direction of the Information Technology Coordinator.  This includes troubleshooting and resolving day-to-day hardware and software issues as well as monitoring systems and keeping accurate logs of maintenance work as performed. IT support clerks must be able to work independently and within a flexible environment as part of a larger IT team. Key skills include the ability to remain calm under pressure and excellent interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with both technology novices and experts in person, over the phone, and via e-mail.

A high school diploma (or equivalent), reliable transportation, and a minimum of two years’ experience in computer or technology-related services are required. While occasional adjustments may be needed to accommodate special projects or IT emergencies, the successful candidate will work the following core schedule:

  • Week 1:  Sunday 1:00–5:00 PM, Wednesday & Thursday 4:00–8:00 PM, Friday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Week 2: Sunday 1:00–5:00 PM, Wednesday & Thursday 4:00–8:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM

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How to Submit Your Application & Résumé

  • To apply for an advertised position, please complete the online application included above with the job listing.
  • If you would like to submit an application but no positions are open, please complete the General Application.

Applications and résumés are accepted at all times and will be retained for a period of at least ninety days. Resumés are encouraged but not required. All applications on file will be reviewed for job openings and considered with respect to the requirements of the open position(s). View the full Recruitment & Hiring Policy »

Volunteer Opportunities

Not looking for a job or looking for something to do until a job opens up? Volunteering at the Library is a great way to build your skills and give back to the community. We have various opportunities depending on your needs and interests.

Apply to volunteer at one of our neighborhood libraries:

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