Manager of Technology, Outreach, and Innovation
Do you have a deep understanding of traditional and emerging technologies, love finding ways to improve existing systems and services, and enjoy working with people? If so, the Atchison Public Library wants to hear from you!
This is a an excellent opportunity for someone who is in an early stage of their IT career, already has considerable understanding of and experience with technology, and is looking for an opportunity to develop their skills in a customer service environment.
This is a full-time position with a starting salary of $30,000/yr, plus benefits. Complete job description and application process found here. Review of applications will begin July 10, and position will remain open until filled.
The Atchison Library is looking for a few friendly, outgoing people who like working with people and lots of activity to work consistent part-time schedules in both our adult and children’s departments. If you enjoy working with all ages, craft supplies, and technology in bustling, noisy places, we’d like to hear from you!
Salary is $7.50 with no additional benefits. Full job description and application process available here. Position will be open until filled.
We All Scream!
Summer Sounds has returned to the library courtyard! It's been five years since this popular series last performed here, and we're proud to be the host once again. The Atchison Jazz Express (pictured above) performed for 45 guests last night for the kickoff program All That Jazz!
Summer Sounds runs through June, the remaining schedule is posted below. All programs begin at 7:00PM, and are free and open to the public. Inclement weather performances will be held at the Masonic Temple, 121 1/2 N. 5th Street.
Summer Sounds is made possible by the Atchison Musical Arts Society and the Atchison Area Chamber of Commerce.
Tuesday, June 9 - Gospel Time!
The Wrights, a Topeka family, bring their brand of gospel music to the Summer Sounds stage.
Tuesday, June 16 - A Bit of Celtic!
Featuring Bubble and Squeak from Kansas City and the Renaissance Festival.
Tuesday, June 23 - A Little Folk Music
Smooth guitar and vocals from Stephanie Glenn.
Tuesday, June 30 - March and Swing!
Summer isn't complete without the Atchison Community Band. Aaron Edwards takes the baton to lead the group in rousing marches and overtures.