Why consider a career at the library?
People with varying levels of education and a wide variety of interests work in libraries, serving their communities. Librarians and library workers help people find information and use it effectively for personal and professional purposes. TCPL staff members have knowledge of a wide variety of scholarly and public information sources and must be on the cutting edge of technology trends in order to serve their customers.
Join around 100 staff, including 20 MLS Librarians, in providing excellent library services to the 140,000 residents in Tippecanoe County, Indiana under an ambitious strategic plan.
Our facilities include a 49,000 square foot main library, two 14,000 square foot neighborhood branches, and a mobile library service visiting 40 locations biweekly. We have over 300,000 books, videos, and downloadable materials. Our system-wide circulation is $1.3 million and our materials budget is $1 million.
Located in a university community in west-central Indiana, Lafayette offers many cultural, educational, and entertainment opportunities. Lafayette is located an hour’s drive from Indianapolis and 2.5 hours away from Chicago http://www.homeofpurdue.com/.
Thank you for your interest in library service. If you do not find a TCPL job opportunity that currently reflects your abilities and interests, please visit these pages again. The TCPL library system includes three facilities, a mobile library and a variety of ever-changing opportunities.
Automation System Analyst
Cataloging Librarian, Full Time
Divisional Librarian of Programs and Services, Full Time
Downtown Circulation Clerk II, Part Time
Downtown Circulation Leader, Part Time
Klondike Branch Assistant, Part Time
Klondike Youth Services Librarian, Full Time
Head Adult Services Librarian, Full Time
Wea Prairie Youth Services Librarian, Full Time
Wyandotte Branch Assistant, Part Time
The Tippecanoe County Public Library is committed to equal opportunity employment. Applicants are sought from all qualified people, without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, Veteran status, national origin, or ancestry.