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Careers at Sno-Isle Libraries

The Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees is seeking candidates of Snohomish County residents to fill a position to complete a partial term expiring Jan. 1, 2020. Applications are due Oct. 26. Information is available here.

When you join the team at Sno-Isle Libraries, you'll be joining one of the best. We're one of the busiest of Washington's major library districts. It's a dynamic work environment where your contributions have real impact; sharing ideas helps us develop new programs and services to meet the needs of the communities we serve.

You'll work with friendly, intelligent people who—like you—are enthusiastic about learning and growing. We believe in hiring the best people and providing continuing opportunities for training and development, so you can explore a career that will be vital and interesting for years to come.

Jude and Nate at Snohomish Library

There's more to explore. Get to know Sno-Isle, and see how satisfying a career can be when you join the people behind the books.

ALL applications must be submitted online.

Sno-Isle Libraries is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, age, national origin, marital status, or the presence of any sensory, physical, or mental disability, or the use of any trained guide or service dog by a disabled person.

Application tips

  1. If you are a current Sno-Isle employee, please apply through PayCom's Job Opportunities using your SIL email address.

  2. First time users need to create an account.

  3. All applications must be submitted ONLINE and are due by 9:59 PM on the closing date.

  4. Suggested browsers to use: Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari.

  5. Upload your Resume and Cover Letter before filling out your application.

  6. When answering the job level questions during the application process, review the job description you are applying and tailor your answers to the essential duties.

  7. Review your application to ensure it is complete and free of errors prior to submitting

  8. Five professional references are required. A professional reference can include current or past supervisors or managers, indirect supervisors or managers, teachers, professors, advisors or someone who has observed your volunteer or work group activities.

  9. Upon submitting your application, a pop-up message will appear "Export Submitted Application to PDF". This means your application was submitted and received.

  10. You can also check under "My Job Applications" and the "Complete" column should say "Yes".

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