Are you a Librarian who is committed to changing lives and strengthening communities through public programs? Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street is seeking a Supervising Librarian for Public Programs to empower patrons to become creative thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and resourceful users of information.
Mid-Manhattan Library offers The New York Public Library’s largest circulating collections in the heart of Midtown, including a broad selection of popular books, older and classic fiction, DVDs, CDs, magazines and newspapers, and online databases. It also provides a large selection of books and DVDs in many languages and a dedicated collection for teens. While Mid-Manhattan Library’s permanent location on Fifth Avenue is currently closed for renovation, the branch’s interim location—called Mid-Manhattan at 42nd Street—is open and accessible to patrons via the 42nd Street entrance of the Schwarzman Building.
Under the direction of the Principal Librarian, Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street, the Supervising Librarian for Public Programs is in charge of programming for adults.