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Position Available: Library Assistant-CCNO

Part Time, 15 hours per week. (Flexible Hours)

Immediate Supervisor: Manager of Inmate Programs CCNO

This position is performed exclusively on-site at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio (03151 Wms. Co. Rd. 24.25).

Applications can be picked up at the Bryan Main Library. To apply, send resume/application to:

Jeff Yahraus, Director

Williams County Public Library

107 East High Street Bryan, OH 43506

No Phone Calls Please


Library Assistant CCNO

Library Assistant – CCNO (Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio) is directly supervised by the Manager of Inmate Programs at CCNO. Job duties and conditions include the following:

  • Organize and maintain the library collections.

  • Assist inmates and staff in the use of the library.

  • Perform circulation duties, shelve library materials, provide reader’s advisory service for inmates, develop programs and perform other duties as required or assigned.

  • This position assigned to CCNO must work on-site at the corrections facility and must comply with all rules and regulations of CCNO.


  • Must maintain residency in Northwest Ohio area served by CCNO.

  • Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver’s license.

  • Must possess a high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) equivalency and a minimum of one (1) year of library or customer service experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

  • Must complete a minimum of 40 hours of basic corrections officer training and required semi-annual training.

  • Must meet all medical requirements and comply with all CCNO rules and regulations.

  • Must be able to present a positive, professional image; interact and respond appropriately to inmates and staff; develop and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor and co-workers; lift, retrieve and reshelf library materials; and demonstrate physical strength necessary to transfer materials from one location to another.

  • Must possess working skills in typing and recording functions; ability to type accurately; ability to alphabetize and file; ability to perform basic clerical tasks; ability to learn various types of electronic and/ or manual recording and computerized information systems; ability to work with inmates and employees; and ability to work effectively and independently.