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Unlock your potential at the Dallas Public Library

We are seeking self-motivated, customer-service oriented individuals to add to our team.

Library jobs are included in the information listed on the City of Dallas NeoGov website.

You will use NeoGov to apply for all library jobs. Below is a list of the types of opportunities the library offers. Please watch the NeoGov list for current library openings.

Customer Service Representative (CSR)

CSRs are often the first person a new library user encounters. They answer general questions, issue library cards, resolve account issues, collect fines/fees and assist with checking-in and shelving of library materials. Reliability, confidentiality, an eye for detail and happy disposition are essential. A high school diploma or GED is required.

Delivery Assistant

Duties include sorting and delivery of library materials and fixed assets to all library locations; shipping and receiving, including heavy lifting. Good driving record and a high school diploma or GED is required.

Library Associate

This position assists customers in accessing the library's resources and finding materials. They roam the library to provide support to computer users and assist librarians in creating public programs. The ability to listen carefully and communicate clearly are essential for success. A bachelor's degree in any discipline is required.


Library Pages primarily shelve materials that are returned after customer use. They must have strong organizational skills to maintain materials by alphabetic or numeric order. An eye for detail and the ability to complete physically active tasks are essential. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age.

Office Assistant I and II (OA)

Performs entry to intermediate level office support functions, including clerical, mail processing, payment processing, secretarial duties, and operating office and related equipment. Regular, reliable and punctual attendance is an essential function of the job.


Librarians are on-site experts in information retrieval, referral and customer service. They provide in-depth assistance, training in use of the library's resources and are able to direct users to alternate information resources. They plan and implement programming and develop collections that reflect the needs of their community. Must adapt easily to change, be positive and have strong communication skills. A master's degree in Library Science is required.

Librarian II-Unit/Branch Manager

This position manages and trains staff on library policies and procedures and monitors the collection and the physical building or unit they oversee. They must be able to inspire their team, connect with their community as well as be technologically savvy and committed to excellent customer service. A master's degree in Library Science and 2 years of management experience required.