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Current Job Openings

The Weber County Library is now hiring for the jobs listed below.

Assistant Children’s Customer Service Specialist/Children’s Programmer. 20-29 hours per week, five days per week. Benefits include, State retirement, sick leave, vacation, retirement, and holiday pay. $11.30/hr. Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m., February 22, 2016.

The successful applicant will work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends, providing educational programs and services for children and toddlers, while also assisting the public in a variety of settings. The job requires previous experience working with children and excellent customer service skills. Hiring preference for this position will be given to applicants who are bilingual.

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Application for Employment

  •  Applications must be printed and faxed, mailed or hand delivered to the Weber County Human Resources Office, which is located at 2380 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah. You cannot submit your application online at this time.
  • Only apply for Current Open Jobs. Applications are not kept on file.
  • Applications are also available at the Weber County Human Resources Office.
  • Drug Testing is required for all County Positions.


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Weber County Library provides employees with an ethical system and organizational structure that are principle-centered and serve as never-changing points of reference; like true north, these coordinates allow individuals to chart their own course, set their own best direction. When empowered by principle-centered leaders, employees are motivated to leave behind their old maps and develop their own "best route" to professional development and organizational excellence. 

If you are exploring your world of career options, we may have a place for you. The Library offers competitive salaries and outstanding benefits, a stimulating work environment, and excellent staff development and training opportunities. More importantly, we are committed to building leaders at every level of our organization, so they, in turn, can develop programs and provide services that truly touch the lives of those we serve.

All hiring is through the Weber County Personnel Department. For more information, call (801) 399-8409 or (801) 399-8623.