Seasonal Part Time Web Receiving Associate

US-NY-New York
Job ID
# of Openings Remaining
Part-Time Regular


The Library Shop at the New York Public Library is a one-of-a-kind store created for book people. The design of the shop -- 1100 square feet -- separates it into two distinct rooms: one for books (children and adults), journals, souvenir items, and literary totes and tees; and one for jewelry and accessories, desk and other book-related gifts including proprietary products ranging from bookends to ornaments.  Its 4000 plus hand-selected items make the Library Shop a destination for tourists from around the world; and between 1500 and 2000 items are sold each day.


The Library Shop is seeking a Seasonal Part Time Web/ Receiving Associate who can quickly and efficiently process web orders and assist in Receiving  

Principal Responsibilities

  • Quick to learn and familiarize herself/himself with shop inventory to be able to pull product from stock room and shop for web orders
  • Process orders in Shopify and Celerant for payment and fulfillment
  • Pack orders to be shipped to customers including gift wrapping.
  • Helps to check in deliveries against packing slips and purchase orders and reporting any discrepancies
  • Prices and occasionally packages merchandise
  •  Performs related duties as required

Minimum Qualifications

  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to perform detailed and repetitive work accurately and neatly
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Demonstrated reliability and flexibility
  • Demonstrated computer and related technology skills
  • Experience working in a retail environment preferred
  • Ability to bend and lift heavy objects on a daily basis


Preferred Qualifications

  •    Detail oriented
  •   Ability to perform repetitive tasks without losing focus
  •  Organizational and communication skills

Work Environment

Office Setting

Union / Non Union

Non Union


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