Small, rural, 501c3 nonprofit library in Fayette County with a service area of 15,055 residents across seven municipalities. Member of the WAGGIN One Card ILS Network (Washington, Greene & Fayette Counties). Director reports to the Library Board of Trustees. Qualifications: … Read More
Northland Public Library, a busy suburban library in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh, is seeking a part-time Donor Relations Coordinator to assist in the library development office and the Northland Public Library Foundation office. The Donor Relations Coordinator is responsible … Read More
Position Title: Executive Director Reports To: Municipal Manager Job Description: This position serves as the administrator for the Penn Hills Public Library under the municipal manager in accordance with the Home Rule Charter of Penn Hills, … Read More
Northland Public Library, a busy suburban library, is seeking a Computer Center Customer Service Representative. This position fields in-person and telephone informational and directional questions from patrons including basic computer programs and skills, printing, saving and sending documents, library electronic resources, and … Read More
The Whitehall Public Library is seeking to hire a part-time children’s outreach coordinator to conduct off-site library programming in a variety of community settings. This 12 hour/week position requires energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to young children and early literacy. … Read More
Pennsylvania Library Association Best Practices Award Winners
This past summer, the Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA) launched Pennsylvania’s first “Wash & Learn” site. This program establishes a learning library in a neighborhood laundromat. Allegheny County’s first site launched through a collaboration with Libraries Without Borders, South Park … Read More
Yes – you DO love your libraries! With the generous support of the Jack Buncher Foundation, the 46 libraries in Allegheny County raised $660,615 of qualifying funds during September 2018’s Love Your Library campaign – an increase of more than … Read More
The Allegheny County Library Association collaborated with the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh this past summer to offer painting sessions for the Butterfly Project. The Butterfly Project is a San Diego-based initiative with the goal of having one ceramic butterfly painted for each of the 1.5 million children killed in the Holocaust.
The Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA) joined libraries throughout Pennsylvania and the country in celebrating National Library Week – April 8 – 14, 2018.