It has been observed that there are no standard scales for measuring the job satisfaction of female library professionals. A scale would prove to be an excellent tool for developing policies for female library professionals. A questionnaire is prepared, which is further tested for reliability and validity, considered a standard scale. A survey method is used to collect the data for this purpose. The study suggests that job satisfaction variables are not unidirectional in their effect. The job itself can be a source of both satisfaction and dissatisfaction. The scale has good internal consistency. The scale has good internal consistency (alpha=0.645/0.938) and response variability (0.5838). The scale can be used to measure the job satisfaction of female library professionals with the following parameters, i.e., the status of female library professionals, participation of women library profession, factors affecting their professional advancement and motivation. The present scale is also helpful in education, sociology, economics, history, psychology, science, etc. The study's findings may also be beneficial for policymakers towards forming policies for female library professionals. The study is an original work conducted by the authors. The scale developed can also be used in other areas to measure job satisfaction of female professionals with slight modification.