Work at the Library

The Kenton County Public Library serves everyone in our community by creating lifelong readers and learners and inspiring imagination through a wide variety of resources and services. We help people to connect to the online world, know their community past and present, and provide comfortable, welcoming and safe places, both virtual and physical, to gather together or work alone. 

Available Jobs

Want to work at the library? Browse our current job openings and apply online.

Getting Started

Interested in joining our team? We believe that our staff is what makes the library great! Learn more about applying from our getting started guide.


Want to try volunteering for us first?  Check out our volunteer opportunities.


Why work at the library? Explore our benefit package to learn more about all the great benefits you can access.

We believe access to our diverse facilities, programs and services improves the knowledge of individuals and the strength of the entire community. Our facilities, programs, services and free resources are open to everyone in the community and are distributed in a fair and equitable manner. We strive to employ a diverse staff that is reflective of our community.

We take a genuine interest in each person who uses our services, and we are committed to preserving our area’s history. Our customer service is second to none.

We work with other agencies, governments and institutions to better serve the people of the region, and work with other libraries to enhance our services to patrons.

We are respectful stewards of the resources entrusted to us and live up to state standards and our professional code of conduct.

We believe that innovative, instructive programs can spark the imagination of children and teens and can build the confidence and expertise of adults. We are committed to intellectual freedom including freedom of speech and the right of patrons to have access to information. We will provide the materials needed to fulfill one’s educational, recreational and informational needs.

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