How do I get a job at the Library?

The Library is a department of Pima County. Job information is available on the Pima County Human Resources website or call the job line at 724-8028.

See current library job openings.

Pima County accepts applications through an online system. Each applicant must create a profile in order to apply to open positions by going to the Pima County Human Resources Employment Opportunities page. There you will find complete instructions for creating a profile and applying for a job.

When we have an opening, we post it on our website on the Business, Jobs, & Nonprofits page. We also feature them on our homepage, and it is also posted on the Pima County website.

Jobs for Teens at the Library

If you are 14–21, you may be eligible for the Summer Youth Program to be a teen summer intern for a 5-week period. Summer job opportunities are posted in February.

If you are 16–21, you may be eligible for the Pledge-a-Job program to be a Library Page. If you're interested in becoming a Library Page, please also see below for information about applying.

For all other jobs at the Pima County Public Library, you need to be at least 18 years old. To apply for anything other than Library Page, you will use the Pima County Human Resources website.

Applying for Library Page Positions

If you'd like to start working at the library as a Library Page as soon as you can, you can follow these steps:

  1. Contact the library location where you want to work to ask if they are hiring.
  2. Fill out the Pima County Youth Employment Application and create a resume (you can even get help at the library with this!).
  3. Send application and resume to Pima County One Stop Youth Employment Center via email or fax:
    • Scan and email documents to maria.suarez@pima.gov
      OR
    • Fax to (520) 838-7552
  4. After you have sent your application and resume in, contact the specific library location where you want to work. Let them know that you submitted your application and resume to Pima County One Stop Youth Employment Center.

What happens after you apply

The library will review your application and may contact you for an interview. If you are successful and the library decides to hire you, Maria Suarez at One Stop will contact you. You will get instructions on how you will start your new job at the library.