The Greene County Public Library system is the community’s connection to reading, lifelong learning, and personal and professional enrichment for people of all ages.

—From our mission statement

Our employees are committed to our mission. We recognize that in order to provide the highest level of service, we must hire dedicated, professional people who understand what it means to serve the community. We believe that the quality of our service is deeply rooted in the quality of our people.

Greene County Public Library offers competitive wages and varying levels of benefits for both full- and part-time staff.

We believe in providing equal opportunity based on a person's ability to contribute to the needs and mission of our library system. We recruit and hire the most qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Our employees and applicants have equal opportunity for employment, training, and promotion.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • The legacy OverDrive app will be discontinued at the end of April 2023. Your same collection of ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines through the Digital Downloads Collaboration is now available through Libby by OverDrive on your computer or smart device.

    While your librarians are happy to assist you, you can learn more about the transition and starting with Libby, watch a short introductory video to Libby, register for a live webinar, or get started directly by downloading Libby, opens a new window or visiting libbyapp.com.

  • You may have up to two uses of a study room scheduled.

  • Library policy allows you to sign up for one hour of use.

    If you need more time, please speak to library staff. Your reservation may be extended if no one else has requested the room.

  • A group may only have two meetings scheduled at any library at a time.

    If your group would like to reserve a room for a longer series of events, you'll need the approval of the head librarian.

  • Use of a library study room is free.

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