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ORGANIZATION: State Library of Oregon

  • 16 people are interested

Are you looking to add everyday value to your community? Do you want to share the joy of reading with people who are print disabled? Then consider this opportunity to help circulate audio books for the Talking Book and Braille Library an excellent fit for you!

Enjoy a true sense of accomplishment in this position by completing tasks to help maintain daily function of the Talking Book and Braille Library. Over 4,700 Oregonians currently use the Talking Book and Braille Library as their connection to the world. Over 1,000 books each day go out on cartridges customized to those users’ preferences. Organization, repetition, and basic materials maintenance is the name of the game. Critical services like these help maintain our commitment to print-disabled communities throughout Oregon, allowing us to efficiently circulate audio books to those in need.

Training is provided onsite by longtime members of the Talking Book and Braille Library staff and no experience is required. Consider joining our Talking Book and Braille Library family, so that all may read!

Interested? APPLY HERE: https://www.volgistics.com/appform/333267276

The Talking Book and Braille Library at the State Library promotes and fosters the joy of reading and lifelong learning for Oregonians who are print-disabled. Come join our team!

1 Shift

  • 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    Shifts can be any day of the week. There is some flexibility for afternoon hours as well.

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About State Library of Oregon


250 Winter ST NE, Salem, OR 97301, US

Mission Statement

Citizens who volunteer are valuable partners of the State Library of Oregon. The State Library Board and the State Librarian support and encourage the volunteer program. Volunteers promote community awareness of the many services of the State Library and assist staff in the achievement of the mission and goals of the State Library. State Library staff are encouraged to assist in the creation of meaningful, productive, and varied roles volunteers can fill throughout the library. The Volunteer Coordinator provides oversight of the agency’s volunteer program.


The State Library of Oregon cultivates, preserves, and delivers library and information services to foster lifelong leaning and community engagement.

There are three main divisions of the State Library:

Government Information and Library Services provides research and reference assistance to state government and to persons on official state business. Their in-depth collection of more than one million items specializes in business, history, political and social sciences. The collection also includes federal and state government publications and a comprehensive collection of materials about Oregon.

Library Support and Development Services plans for statewide library development; consults with local librarians, citizens and government officials; reports library statistics; and administers state and federal library grant programs.

The Talking Book and Braille Library is the regional library for the Library of Congress' National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled. Oregonians who are unable to read standard print because of a visual, physical, or reading disability are eligible to receive free audio and Braille materials either through the mail or via download.


Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities
Community, Education & Literacy, People with Disabilities


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This opportunity has 1 shift


250 Winter St NESalem, OR 97301



  • Literacy / Reading
  • Administrative Support
  • Basic Computer Skills


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-4 hours per week.
  • • Manual dexterity • Self-motivation for completing repetitive tasks • Independence in work • Ability to follow directions • Standing and walking for duration of shift • Be able to lift 20 pounds

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