Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining our staff and your desire to help provide quality library service to all our patrons.

If you like helping people, part-time library work could be just what you're looking for. Because the library is open weekday evenings and on weekends, work schedules typically include at least one evening a week and one or two weekends a month.

The Library will accept resumes at any time. Resumes are kept on file for 6 months and considered for any suitable position that becomes open during that time. Open positions are posted on this site as they become available.

Upper St. Clair Township Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer and in compliance with Federal law, will hire only United States citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All library employees are required to submit Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance Certificates, a Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, and an FBI Clearance within 6 weeks of their hire date.

Library Hours

& Location

Monday & Tuesday
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

1 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Thursday & Friday
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Closed Saturdays & Sundays

Holiday Hours

Accessibility contact for
the Library: Mr. Chris 
Gmiter, Director of
the Library at
412.831.9000 ext. 2470

P. 412.835.5540
F. 412.835.6763

1820 McLaughlin Run Road  Upper St. Clair, PA 15241

Comments or Questions?

Typical Library Positions

  • Reference Librarian
  • The Reference Librarian is a professional with an MLS degree whose main duty is serving patrons at the Help Desk. The Reference Librarian's main areas of responsibility include answering reference and reader's advisory questions, providing help to patrons at computer stations, and maintaining the Library collection. Reference Librarians will also assist at the circulation stations as needed. They typically work from 12 to 24 hours a week, including evenings and weekends.

    A library assistant is a paraprofessional whose main duties are clerical. As a paraprofessional, he or she answers questions about the library and library materials but refers requests for more in-depth research to librarians. Library assistants make library cards, check in and out materials at the circulation desk, receive payments for fines, shelve books when patrons return them and help process new materials. This is a part-time position and includes evening and weekend shifts.

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