Employment

Career Opportunities with Lexington County Public Library System

Application Process

All applications are received online through the Human Resources section of the Lexington County website. A resume may be included with your application but may not be used as a substitute for a completed application or specific information requested about employment or education history.

Personal and professional references are required. You can use one application to apply for more than one vacancy.  Applications remain on the applicant system through the last day of the calendar year.  You may check the status of your application on-line.   Please save your USER ID and PASSWORD for future reference.

We unfortunately cannot contact and interview everyone who applies. If you have not heard from us within thirty days, you may assume that the position has been filled.

Click here to view available positions and to apply online.

Thank you for your interest in employment with Lexington County Public Library.

Lexington County is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer

Lexington County utilizes e-verify.

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