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By Molly Bronner


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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public Library has seven job openings that they are looking to fill, Director Lena Kilburn told the Framingham Library Trustees at its July meeting.

Currently, the City of Framingham only has posted two of the positions – Head of the Bookmobile and the Information and Research substitute. More jobs are expected to be posted to the City’s website soon.

The City of Framingham hired both a director and assistant director during the coronavirus pandemic. Other staff have also been hired since the library’s closing in March 2020 and it’s full re-opening this month.

Four of the current seven job openings are due to staff resignations during the past year, the Director told Trustees

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The library is hoping to fill the Bookmobile director position soon. They currently have 10 applicants for the role, and they are looking to schedule more interviews in the upcoming weeks, said the Director.

To apply for any of the library positions, visit


Molly Bronner, 16, will be a junior at Framingham High School, and is a summer intern for SOURCE.


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