Being a Library Page is a fun job if you have a love for books. This is essentially a low stress job and requires a person to work either full time or part time. Most library page positions just do not require a formal education. Simply the willingness to learn can be a candidate’s plus point.

While a resume for a Library Page position gives your potential employer an overview of your qualifications and skills, it can also tell your height of interest and professionalism. In a number of cases, a Library Page resume should not go beyond two pages.



Library Page Resume Sample


Donna Keith

12 Nunnally Ct, Monroe, GA 24233
(449) 999-9966, Email

OBJECTIVE: Looking for a position as a Library Page utilizing my exceptional organizational skills and love for books to make a significant contribution to King County Library.

• Worked as a part time Library Aide at the University of Monroe for two years
• Highly skilled in maintaining the availability of library materials by shelving and sorting books and periodicals
• Hands on experience in developing and managing convenient, accessible library and information services
• In depth knowledge of analyzing and evaluating library and information services, technology and media services
• Thorough understanding of library policies, procedures, methods and standards

• Excellent patron service skills
• Exceptional research and teambuilding skills
• Effective verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent computer skills
• Good time and stress management skills

• Assisted the school office in developing and maintaining library management policies and procedures
• Reduced retrieval time by organizing books, periodicals and other information sources at the university library


Library, University of Monroe, Monroe, GA  | Jan 2010 – Present

Library Aide
• Perform cataloguing and classification of print, audio-visual and electronic resources
• Develop and maintain indexing systems for special collections
• Ensure accurate inventory
• Ensure retrieval in an efficient manner
• Compile stats and generate reports as and when required
• Index materials
• Assist library patrons with information and location of books
• Advise and recommend books where required

AS, Library Science – 2009

References Available upon request