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Roles and vacancies

Current vacancies

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Volunteer roles are currently available at the following libraries (we can only accept applications for current vacancies).

Atherstone Library

Hospitality Volunteer (PDF, 65 KB) - supporting events at the library when they happen.

Bedworth Library

IT Help Volunteer (PDF 171 KB) - supporting customers with computers and technology.

Leamington Library

IT Help Volunteer (PDF 171 KB) - supporting customers with computers and technology.

Nuneaton Library

IT Help Volunteer (PDF 171 KB) - supporting customers with computers and technology.

Let's Make Volunteer (PDF, 170 KB) - encouraging customers to create, design, programme and make things.

Warwick Library

Hospitality Volunteer (PDF, 65 KB) - supporting events at the library when they happen.

We are currently seeking volunteers to help welcome customers at Rhyme Time (weekly, Thursdays 9am – 11.45am).

IT Help Volunteer (PDF 171 KB) - supporting customers with computers and technology. 

Wellesbourne

Hospitality Volunteer (PDF, 65 KB) - supporting events at the library when they happen.

We are seeking a volunteer to support welcoming customers to our Young People’s Reading Group (2nd Saturday of the month, 11am – 12pm) and Lego Club (weekly on Wednesdays from 3.30 - 4.30pm).

IT Help Volunteer (PDF 171KB) - supporting customers with computers and technology during weekday sessions. 

Wolston Library

IT Help Volunteer (PDF 171 KB) - supporting customers with computers and technology.

Fill out our form to apply to be a volunteer.

Home library service

The Home library service, based at Kenilworth library, are often looking for volunteers. Commit as much or as little time as you can spare, from one day a month to a few hours a week, Monday to Friday.

You can help with:

  • Visiting/driving: use one of our transit vans to visit housebound people across Warwickshire. It is not necessary to be able to drive as volunteers always go out in pairs. Some customers like to chat while others see the visit as a delivery. If you do not wish to commit to a regular day and are happy to be added to a list of volunteers to be contacted on an ad hoc basis, these roles may be for you.

  • Book selection: select books for our nursing home collections. Ideal if you enjoy working in a team and have a few hours to spare each week.

Apply to be a volunteer and we will contact you when a suitable post becomes available.

Volunteer Driver vacancy based at: Kenilworth Library, 9am to 1.30pm

To assist in delivering library books to customers in the Stockingford area of Nuneaton. This role is four weekly on a Monday and involves driving a County Council transit van. 

If you would like more information, please contact the home library and mobile library service.


What happens after my application is received?

We will contact you to arrange an informal interview about the role. If the role matches your skills and experience we will contact your referees. Subject to satisfactory references we will arrange a date to complete a volunteer induction and agree on a start date. If the role is not a good match, we will suggest other opportunities that might be suitable for you.


Other volunteering opportunities in Warwickshire libraries

Volunteer to be a Code Club facilitator

We host Code Clubs for young people in some of our libraries. Volunteers help to run clubs using specially created resources. Find out more and search for volunteering opportunities: Code Club - find a club near you.

Volunteering at community managed libraries

There might also be volunteer opportunities at community managed libraries, which are run by local community groups with support from Warwickshire Libraries. You can contact them directly via our community managed libraries page.

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