Job Opportunities @ APL

To apply, you must fill out a City of Appleton online application.  City of Appleton Human Resources will not consider résumés sent without an application.  No applications will be accepted except for currently posted positions (see below).  See the City of Appleton's Employment page for all City job postings as well as details on the application process.

During regular business hours, the HR Department, located on the 6th floor of City Hall, has computers available to the public for the application process.

The City of Appleton is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Operations Clerk - Sub

This is part-time non-benefited manual labor position responsible for providing security, cleaning and custodial services for the library. Primary duties include making regular rounds of the library to monitor and enforce library rules of conduct, maintaining clean and sanitary conditions throughout the library, and providing support services for library staff. Work is performed under the supervision of the Business Manager and is subject to inspections to ensure proper job performance.

Salary: 
$12.63/Hour
Closing Date: 
Sunday, September 6, 2015 - 11:59pm

Library Clerk - Sub

This is a non-exempt non-benefited position that involves working at a public service desk providing library services related to lending library materials, as well as performing off-desk tasks. Evening and weekend work is required. Work is supervised by the Public Services Supervisor and a Public Services Assistant Supervisor.

Salary: 
$12.63/Hour
Closing Date: 
Sunday, September 6, 2015 - 11:59pm

Library Assistant - Acquisitions

This is a full-time benefited non-exempt library assistant position in the Materials Management Section (Acquisitions) of the library. Work involves the processes necessary to facilitate the acquisition and receipt of materials for the library's collections including the acquisition of bibliographic records for print, media, serials, and electronic resources. This includes processing the daily mail, checking-in newspapers and magazines, creating item records for new materials in the catalog, and assisting with the training of clerical staff to process new materials to be shelf ready.

Work will include assisting in the development of section standards and procedures; serving as resource person for acquisitions issues; preparing monthly expenditure reports; assisting in quality control and problem solving; working as a member of the Materials Management Section staff team. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Materials Management Supervisor.

Salary: 
$19.43 - $29.15 Hourly
Closing Date: 
Sunday, September 13, 2015 - 11:59pm
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