Edmonton Public Library Careers and Employment
- Company size501 to 1,000
- Revenue$25m to $100m (CAD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
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Rating is calculated based on 20 reviews and is evolving.
Student Page in Edmonton, AB
on 4 March 2021
EPL ParadiseI learned so much when I worked there. Before my days there, the Dewey Decimal System was a foreign subject to me. I picked up on it in no time. Once an elderly man asked me for help finding a book, and after getting the Dewey Decimal reference for the book, I found it in seconds. That man was so happy, he gleefully responded by saying, "Young eyes!"I met so many great people there, both customers and fellow colleagues. My supervisor was typically fair, and eventually came to realize that while I could not work at as fast a pace as my fellow Student Pages, I did my work with absolute precision. I never once got in trouble, and I really appreciated my superiors, including librarians, library technicians, management, and supervisors. There are numerous former colleagues of mine from there that I'm still friends with to this very day.
STUDENT PAGE in Edmonton, AB
on 27 May 2020
Friendly and FantasticEPL treats their employees better than any other place I've worked at. The pay is substantial, the staff is incredibly friendly, and the work itself is rewarding and challenging. If you want a job that pushes you to do your best while giving you genuine community-driven motivation, the Edmonton Public Library is perfect for you.
Buyer in Edmonton, AB
on 21 February 2020
Fun workplaceEPL doesn't pay you enough but you will learn interesting things here. You feel you are giving back to society here. that's one of the biggest positives.
Student Page in Edmonton, AB
on 22 January 2020
Too hard managementEmployees who have been working for a long time treat new ones like babies. Faced a bit of racism and favouritism. Sometimes managers can be way too hard on their employees. They should also give benefits to their part time employees. People who have worked at the library before should be given preferences while hiring in the future.
Library Assistant in Edmonton, AB
on 20 January 2020
Excellent culture and co-workersIt was a pleasure working at the Edmonton Public Library as it values the diversity and differences in the customers they serve; I loved getting to know and connect with the community. The people I worked with were always willing to support one another and I always felt I was accepted as part of the team very quickly.
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