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We are fortunate to have wonderful partnerships in Fort Saskatchewan! One of those is with the Fort Saskatchewan Rotary Club with whom we presented our book sale in June. Over $1,500 was raised for teen programs at the library, and the Rotary supported Imagination Library. Thank you for your support. Rotary representative, Kathy Stevenson presents a cheque for $750 to David Larsen, Library Director.
This position will provide technical support for both Strathcona County Library and Fort Saskatchewan Public Library.
This is a permanent 28 hours per week position starting November 7, 2016. Some evenings and weekends are required. Hourly Rate is: $29.89 paid on a bi-weekly basis (2016 salary grid).
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This position is responsible for the following duties and reports to the Manager of Materials Management and IT:
- Assist with computer and printer setup, inventory, maintenance, and troubleshooting in a Windows/PC environment
- Provide training and support to library staff and patrons with various hardware, software, and apps.
- Help maintain and troubleshoot network hardware and software.
- Assist and work closely with the Network Administrator.
Two-year related post-secondary program; two years related experience.
Photo: our new 3D printer's first print job - in progress.
We are very excited to have received and installed our new 3D printer. We shall begin accepting print jobs from the public by mid-September.
With cost recovery for materials only, our library will be able to support entrepreneurs, inventors and those simply wanting to have a little fun submitting 3D models of just about anything (size limitations apply).
We shall also begin offering 3D printing workshops this fall.
Stay tuned and have your ideas ready!
David Larsen, Library Director
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