Libraries build community.
At RPL, we’re on a mission to provide Regina residents with opportunities for discovery and learning in an inclusive, customer-centred, and safe environment — and we could use your help.
Regina Public Library is always accepting resumes, and applications will be kept on file for three months. If you are interested in applying for a specific competition, please indicate the competition number in your cover letter.
Applications from permanent qualified Regina Public Library employees will be considered prior to external candidates.
All applicants are thanked for their interest, however only selected applicants will be contacted for an interview within 3 - 4 weeks of the competition closing date.
We encourage you to complete this RPL Application Form and include it with your resume and cover letter.
Regina Public Library
PO Box 2311
Regina Public Library is made up of a variety of job categories. Most job openings occur in the Page and Library Clerk categories.
A Page performs a variety of non-public service duties related to the physical organization and maintenance of the collections. Specifically, along with other duties, a Page sorts and organizes returned material and then shelves this material.
Educational Requirement: Grade 10
A Library Clerk provides a high level of client service, and assists with clerical duties including circulation and maintenance of library materials, directional questions and maintenance of records and files essential to the operation of library services to the public.
Educational Requirement: Grade 12
A Library Assistant assists with the planning, development and delivery of programming for children and adults that reflects the interests and make-up of the service area, provides reference and reader's advisory services to the public, assists in collection development, assists in the circulation of materials and assumes responsibility for the unit in the absence of the supervisor.
Educational Requirement: A Bachelor's degree
A librarian plans, develops and co-ordinates many aspects of information services. (S)He is involved in the selection, acquisition and organization of materials such as books, videos, CDs and DVDs. A librarian is also responsible for making information readily available to the public by assisting them in locating sources of information and providing instruction in research techniques.
Educational Requirement: A Master's of Library Science degree