Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Organization Description

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s mission is To Engage Our Community in Literacy and Learning. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) contributes to the educational attainment, economic development, and cultural enrichment of the region. Through services such as learning programs for children & teens, job search assistance and computer and Internet access, the Library fosters lifelong learning and is a renowned leader among the nation’s libraries.

CLP has 19 public service locations within the Pittsburgh city limits, as well as a Library Support Center that provides services to all Allegheny County libraries. All locations are accessible by public transportation and include a wide range of job opportunities, including Librarians, Library Assistants, Clerical, Security, Custodial Services, and Shipping. We also have a number of administrative departments such as Communications, Information Technology, Human Resources, Development, Facilities, and Finance that provide backend services to help achieve our Mission.

Philosophy of Service

Our customers are our first priority. The staff of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh are committed to providing the highest level of service to satisfy the needs of every customer: those who use our facilities, materials, and services; those who access us electronically; the individuals and organizations with whom we interact; and our team of colleagues. We value our role in providing access to a world of information for all people and our impact on the development of a learning society. Our goal is to create a service environment that inspires customer confidence, loyalty and many return visits.

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