University Libraries relies upon faculty, professional, classified staff, and student workers to fulfill its mission. See below for employment opportunities.

Faculty Positions

A complete listing of faculty positions is available online at facultyjobs.ua.edu. Currently we have the following positions posted.

Institutional Repository and Scholarly Communications Librarian

The University of Alabama Libraries seeks a proactive, team-oriented, and innovative person to serve as Institutional Repository and Scholarly Communications Librarian. The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in institutional repository development and management, as well as associated scholarly communications, copyright, publishing, and intellectual property issues. S/he must have a willingness for continual learning, development, and application of additional expertise in these and emerging areas through work-related experiences and professional development opportunities. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Technology, this position works both independently and collaboratively to promote use of the repository (currently DSpace) for university research and publications, including electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs), faculty and student works, open access ejournals and ebooks, data sets, and emerging digital scholarship. This person will lead University Libraries efforts in promoting the Institutional Repository (IR) as an integrated tool in the scholarly communications process on campus. This position also leads the efforts to raise awareness of scholarly communication issues, such as open access publishing and open educational resources.

Responsibilities include:

  • Manage the daily operations of the IR, including adding and editing content, training other library faculty and staff on use and workflows, working with vendors/publishers as needed, assessing functionality of the IR, and recommending changes for continuous quality improvement.
  • Determine and implement metadata schemas, crosswalks, and workflows for ingesting and maintaining data in the IR and for the IR instance, utilizing Dublin Core and SGML subsets, as well as making interface recommendations through various CMS systems.
  • Create and update IR procedures, policies, and other necessary documentation in consultation with colleagues within the University Libraries and on campus.
  • Promote the IR to the campus community and proactively recruit appropriate and sustainable content for it.
  • Collect, analyze, and report IR usage data.
  • Participate actively as a library liaison and teach workshops for faculty, departments, and research units.
  • Coordinate and provide training in support of the IR and scholarly communications on campus.
  • Serve as a library resource on copyright, fair use, and open access issues.
  • Ensure IR materials are discoverable via the web, listed in registries of open access repositories, and integrated into the University Libraries web site.
  • Serve as a contact for the University Libraries collection of electronic theses and dissertations and undergraduate research projects.
  • Monitor developments in scholarly communications, open access, related initiatives, repository trends, and best practices while communicating their implications to library and university stakeholders.
  • Responsibilities of the position evolve as the library environment continues to change.

Required Qualifications:

  • Masters in Library Science from an ALA accredited program.
  • Knowledge of and experience with an institutional repository.
  • Prior success in managing projects and effectively balancing competing priorities and deadlines.
  • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written along with skills associated with listening, negotiating, compromising, and adapting.
  • Working knowledge of scholarly communication, intellectual property, rights management, and open access.
  • Knowledge of new scholarly publishing models and the economics underlying them.
  • Experience consulting with teaching faculty, administrators, and students on research or scholarly topics.
  • Friendly, approachable, public service attitude.
  • Demonstration of ability, interest, and willingness to assume additional and/or new responsibilities, along with the ability to set and model high performance standards.
  • Ability to conceptualize, articulate, and implement short and long range goals.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member to develop the IR and to solve problems, using sound judgment in decision-making.
  • Ability to meet requirements for tenure and promotion.
  • Ability to support and enhance a diverse learning and working environment.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working in an academic or research library.
  • Experience managing information technology systems such as complex databases, repositories, web sites, or other locally-developed digital resources.
  • Experience in digital conversion, file transfer, and file management.
  • Experience designing usable, accessible, and attractive front ends to digital resources.
  • Experience working with structured metadata and applying it to digital resources.
  • Familiarity with digital preservation issues.
  • Demonstrated success in cultivating and developing relationships with academic units and faculty.
  • Demonstrated professional development activity.
  • Experience with an IR platform.

Environment: The University of Alabama, The Capstone University, is the State of Alabama’s flagship public university and the senior comprehensive doctoral level institution in Alabama. UA enrolls over 37,000 students, is ranked in the top 50 public universities in the United States. UA has graduated 15 Rhodes Scholars, 15 Truman Scholars, has had 121 Fulbright Scholars, is one of the leading institutions for National Merit Scholars (150 in 2015), and has 5 Pulitzer Prize winners among its ranks. Under the leadership of President Stuart Bell, UA has launched a strategic planning process that includes an aggressive research agenda and expansion of graduate education. The University of Alabama Libraries is essential in advancing the educational mission of the University. We provide innovative instruction, services, and resources to facilitate teaching, research, and learning. The University of Alabama Libraries is committed to be student-centered and research-focused in order to support discovery, learning, and creativity at The Capstone.

The University Libraries maintains memberships in the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, centerNet, LYRASIS, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the HathiTrust, Scholars Trust, the Rosemont Alliance, the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, and the Alabama Digital Preservation Network. We are the oldest academic library serving as a U.S. Government Documents Regional Depository. In this role we serve the academic community and the public. The University Libraries is an EBSCO FOLIO beta partner. The University Libraries homepage may be accessed at http://www.libraries.ua.edu

The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, a metropolitan area of 200,000, with a vibrant economy, a moderate climate, and a reputation across the South as an innovative, progressive community with an excellent quality of life. Tuscaloosa provides easy access to mountains, several large cities, and the beautiful Gulf Coast.

Prior to employment the successful candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

Salary/benefits: 12-month tenure track faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor, depending on qualifications and experience. Salary range is $60,000.00 – $80,000.00, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Strong benefits including professional development support and tuition fee waiver.

To apply: Applications are accepted online only at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu Click Search Positions. University Libraries in Organization drop down box. Please include your application, Curriculum Vitae, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e- mail addresses of three references, including one current supervisor.

Position open until filled. Applications received by September 27, 2019 are assured of receiving full consideration.

The University of Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including women, members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply. For questions regarding the search, contact Dr. Millie Jackson, Senior Associate Dean, at mljackson@ua.edu

Technology Development Librarian

The University of Alabama Libraries seeks a talented, energetic, innovative, and entrepreneurial professional who desires to work in a creative, collaborative and respectful environment in Web Technologies and Development. Reporting to the Manager of Web Technologies and Development, this position will be responsible for providing project leadership and technical direction within the unit. This position will assist in planning and managing application development processes and will supervise and train staff and student programmers, helping guide developers to the successful completion of complex technology projects. In collaboration with service stakeholders and developers, this position will analyze business and user needs, provide recommendations for commercial and/or open source options, and, when necessary, design solutions to meet those needs. The position will also be expected to create and maintain applications, application customizations, and internal documentation according to University Libraries standards and best practices. The successful candidate will maintain knowledge of current best practices in all areas of responsibility with special attention given to security and accessibility. S/he will identify promising new technologies, tools, and APIs that can positively impact services or generate a better user experience and implement, troubleshoot, and maintain both proprietary and open source software with varying levels of external support.

This position will also be responsible for technical management and development of existing projects using EBSCO Discovery Service, DSpace, ArchivesSpace, and WordPress. Many of these tools require various forms of systems integration for full operation. The University Libraries is also a beta development partner in the FOLIO Library Services Platform, and this position will be engaged in development work for this international project. The candidate must also possess the ability to deal with change, ambiguity, and complex problems in an academic setting.

Required qualifications:

  • MLS/MLIS degree from an ALA accredited program or equivalent.
  • Ability to creatively perform analysis and problem solving as necessary to complete specific assignments.
  • Ability to set and follow through on both individual and team priorities and goals.
  • Aptitude for learning new technologies and working in a dynamic environment.
  • Demonstrated comfort with an evolving technology landscape.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently, collaboratively, and creatively in a software team environment with diverse constituencies, using an agile development process, and to communicate effectively with non-technical stakeholders.
  • Experience in project management and/or serving as part of specialized project teams.
  • Experience working in and supporting a Linux environment.
  • Experience in database design and configuration, particularly SQL databases.
  • Experience with content management systems.
  • Knowledge of developing software functionality using RESTful APIs and JSON arrays.
  • Knowledge of development for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) systems.
  • Familiarity with or willingness to learn ADA/Section 508 accessibility standards.
  • Demonstrated effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to understand diverse perspectives and acknowledge the significance of differences and complexities in background, cultures, values, and viewpoints as the foundation for an inclusive environment.
  • Responsibilities of the position evolve as the library environment continues to change.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Experience with enterprise-level systems maintenance and software development, demonstrating significant responsibilities and achievements.
  • Experience leading various phases of technology infrastructure projects (concept, investigation, deployment, operations, migration, decommission); in particular projects which require coordination with developers and service stakeholders.
  • 3 + years of programming and development experience in two or more programming languages, such as Java, C, Python, or Ruby.
  • Experience with scripting languages, such as PHP or JavaScript.
  • Experience in full-stack development, both backend and frontend.
  • Experience configuring and supporting common open-source library applications such as Omeka, ArchivesSpace, DSpace, etc.
  • Experience with IT standard workflows, using taskrunners and repositories.
  • Experience developing secure applications.
  • Experience with Containers and VMs.
  • Familiarity with Node.js, React.js, Bootstrap, Angular.js.
  • Familiar with UX methodologies and processes.

Environment: The University of Alabama, The Capstone University, is the State of Alabama’s flagship public university and the senior comprehensive doctoral level institution in Alabama. UA enrolls over 37,000 students, is ranked in the top 50 public universities in the United States. UA has graduated 15 Rhodes Scholars, 15 Truman Scholars, has had 121 Fulbright Scholars, is one of the leading institutions for National Merit Scholars (150 in 2015), and has 5 Pulitzer Prize winners among its ranks. Under the leadership of President Stuart Bell, UA has launched a strategic planning process that includes an aggressive research agenda and expansion of graduate education. The University of Alabama Libraries is essential in advancing the educational mission of the University. We provide innovative instruction, services, and resources to facilitate teaching, research, and learning. The University of Alabama Libraries is committed to be student-centered and research-focused in order to support discovery, learning, and creativity at The Capstone.

The University Libraries maintains memberships in the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, centerNet, LYRASIS, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the HathiTrust, Scholars Trust, the Rosemont Alliance, the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, and the Alabama Digital Preservation Network. We are the oldest academic library serving as a U.S. Government Documents Regional Depository. In this role we serve the academic community and the public. The University Libraries is an EBSCO FOLIO beta partner. The University Libraries homepage may be accessed at http://www.libraries.ua.edu

The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, a metropolitan area of 200,000, with a vibrant economy, a moderate climate, and a reputation across the South as an innovative, progressive community with an excellent quality of life. Tuscaloosa provides easy access to mountains, several large cities, and the beautiful Gulf Coast.

Prior to employment the successful candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

Salary/benefits: : 12-month non-tenure track renewable-contract faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor, depending on qualifications and experience. Salary range is $70,000.00 – $90,000.00, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Strong benefits including professional development support and tuition fee waiver.

To apply: Applications are accepted online only at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu Click Search Positions. University Libraries in Organization drop down box. Please include your application, Curriculum Vitae, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e- mail addresses of three references, including one current supervisor.

Position open until filled. Applications received by October 16, 2019 are assured of receiving full consideration.

The University of Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including women, members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply. For questions regarding the search, contact Dr. Millie Jackson, Senior Associate Dean, at mljackson@ua.edu

Assessment Librarian

The University of Alabama Libraries seeks a collaborative, analytical, and detail-oriented individual to fulfill the role of Assessment Librarian. Reporting to the Head of Assessment and Government Information, the ideal candidate for this tenure-track position will have the ability to collaborate across all University Libraries units to formulate, establish, and monitor a systematic, robust, rigorous, and sustainable library assessment program. The Assessment Librarian will oversee University Libraries learning assessments, including training on IRB applications, identifying/monitoring meaningful organizational performance indicators, establishing procedures for and monitoring of all monthly/annual assessment reporting, basic systems administration and help desk support for assessment, as well as user training for all assessment management systems (e.g., LibPAS and LibInsight), and organizing/analyzing assessment data to produce custom reports that support strategic, evidence-based management practices within the UA Libraries. The Assessment Librarian also plays a key role in the University Libraries strategic planning process.

Internally, the Assessment Librarian’s skills in data analysis will be leveraged in support of those ongoing and special data-driven projects of the University Libraries Dean’s Office. In addition, based on education and experience or learned while at UA, the Assessment Librarian will be expected to utilize their knowledge of appropriate quantitative and qualitative methods to design and administer user surveys for original data collection and analysis, as well as effectively gather, organize, and analyze secondary-source data from the UA Libraries enterprise systems and other common sources of university and library assessment data. The successful candidate must have a willingness for continual learning, development, and application of additional expertise through work related experiences and professional development opportunities with a commitment to continuous quality improvement. The successful candidate must also possess the ability to deal with change, ambiguity, and complex problems that are typical of an academic setting. This position may also supervise staff and students as required and perform other duties/functions as needed.

Required qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Library & Information Sciences from an ALA-accredited institution or Ph.D. in the social sciences.
  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative research methods, as well as their appropriate analytical counterparts.
  • Proven ability utilizing software for data organization and analysis (e.g., Excel, Access, SPSS, or NVivo).
  • Ability to successfully initiate, track, and manage projects.
  • Demonstrated ability, interest, and willingness to assume additional and/or new responsibilities, along with the ability to set and model high performance standards.
  • Ability to conceptualize, articulate, and implement short and long range goals.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member to solve problems, using sound judgment in decision-making according to an established timeframe.
  • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written, along with skills associated with listening, negotiating, compromising, and adapting.
  • Proven interpersonal skills evidenced by the ability to work cooperatively and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, faculty, students, and staff.
  • Ability to support and enhance a diverse learning and working environment.
  • Ability to meet the requirements for tenure and promotion.
  • Commitment to conduct research and scholarship consistent with a tenure track faculty appointment; commitment to engage in continuing professional development.
  • Responsibilities of the position evolve as the library environment continues to change.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Advanced degree in applied statistics, or a PhD in the social sciences with experience conducting statistical analyses.
  • Prior experience with library assessment such as with library instruction, eresources, collections management, access services, etc..

Environment: The University of Alabama, The Capstone University, is the State of Alabama’s flagship public university and the senior comprehensive doctoral level institution in Alabama. UA enrolls over 37,000 students, is ranked in the top 50 public universities in the United States. UA has graduated 15 Rhodes Scholars, 15 Truman Scholars, has had 121 Fulbright Scholars, is one of the leading institutions for National Merit Scholars (150 in 2015), and has 5 Pulitzer Prize winners among its ranks. Under the leadership of President Stuart Bell, UA has launched a strategic planning process that includes an aggressive research agenda and expansion of graduate education. The University of Alabama Libraries is essential in advancing the educational mission of the University. We provide innovative instruction, services, and resources to facilitate teaching, research, and learning. The University of Alabama Libraries is committed to be student-centered and research-focused in order to support discovery, learning, and creativity at The Capstone.

The University Libraries maintains memberships in the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, centerNet, LYRASIS, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the HathiTrust, Scholars Trust, the Rosemont Alliance, the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, and the Alabama Digital Preservation Network. We are the oldest academic library serving as a U.S. Government Documents Regional Depository. In this role we serve the academic community and the public. The University Libraries is an EBSCO FOLIO beta partner. The University Libraries homepage may be accessed at http://www.libraries.ua.edu

The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, a metropolitan area of 200,000, with a vibrant economy, a moderate climate, and a reputation across the South as an innovative, progressive community with an excellent quality of life. Tuscaloosa provides easy access to mountains, several large cities, and the beautiful Gulf Coast.

Prior to employment the successful candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

Salary/benefits: 12-month tenure track faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor, depending on qualifications and experience. Salary range is commensurate with qualifications, experience, and advanced degrees. Strong benefits including professional development support and tuition fee waiver.

To apply: Applications are accepted online only at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu Click Search Positions. University Libraries in Organization drop down box. Please include your application, Curriculum Vitae, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e- mail addresses of three references, including one current supervisor.

Position open until filled. Applications received by October 16, 2019 are assured of receiving full consideration.

The University of Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including women, members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply. For questions regarding the search, contact Dr. Millie Jackson, Senior Associate Dean, at mljackson@ua.edu

Head of Gorgas Information Services

RESPONSIBILITES: The University of Alabama Libraries is seeking a creative, innovative, and experienced librarian to lead the instructional, reference, and information services program in Gorgas Library, which serves six colleges on campus. The candidate will possess the vision and leadership skills necessary to develop a user-focused instructional and teaching program for the 21st century and will assist in setting standards for a positive, service-oriented atmosphere. Evaluation and assessment of current programs, and the development of new programs, will be expected as well as marketing programs and services to the campus community. The candidate must possess a broad understanding of teaching and learning methods in multiple disciplines and is committed to supporting and developing training to deliver instruction and research services both physically and virtually. The candidate must possess the ability to develop benchmarks to provide assessment for the instructional program and research services and be able to assess programs using multiple methods. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Leading a unit of 8 librarians in Gorgas Library, overseeing the Sanford Media Center, and student workers.
  • Providing leadership and oversight in the continual development, promotion, assessment and reporting on a comprehensive instruction program that fosters excellence in teaching and learning, enhancing user experience, and deepening academic engagement.
  • Working with the Associate Dean for Research & User Services to develop and facilitate a program of innovative 21st century services and programs that are aligned with the University Libraries Strategic Plan.
  • Developing a robust and rigorous assessment and reporting program for the unit.
  • Understanding and responding to the methodological differences in subject area. research and developing strategies to best target the needs of users within these areas.
  • Collaborating with other Gorgas Library units as well as branch libraries on instructional programs and services.
  • Developing relationships with faculty and staff to strengthen instructional and teaching programs and to foster collaboration on campus.
  • Overseeing the projects undertaken by librarians and staff in the area and coordinating annual goal setting and achievement across Gorgas Information Services.
  • Overseeing the creation of digital learning objects and audio/visual production toward enhanced learning outcomes.
  • Overseeing liaison engagement in the distance learning programs.
  • Implementing programs and services toward increased student success.
  • Coordinating customer-service initiatives toward enhanced user experience.
  • Providing leadership for the music and fine arts collection.

Required Qualifications

  • MLS/MILS degree from an ALA accredited program.
  • At least five years experience in an academic or research library.
  • Demonstrated leadership experience with innovative use of resources and emerging technologies.
  • Advanced knowledge of issues and trends in reference and instruction services.
  • Deep understanding of instruction and teaching design.
  • Demonstrated teaching skills.
  • Experience with assessment of different disciplines.
  • Demonstrated experience managing, supervising, and motivating faculty, staff, and students.
  • Demonstrated success in engaging in outreach to faculty and students.
  • Ability to facilitate continuous quality improvement.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, along with expert skills associated with listening, negotiating, compromising, and adapting.
  • Record of scholarship and professional service.
  • Ability to meet the requirements for tenure and promotion. Commitment to conduct research and scholarship consistent with a tenure track faculty appointment.
  • Commitment to engage in continuing professional development.
  • Responsibilities of the position evolve as the library environment continues to change.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Additional graduate degree in the social sciences or humanities.
  • Record of mentoring and leading librarians and staff.
  • Leadership experience as a unit head in instruction and/or reference in an academic library.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current and emerging trends in 21st century academic research libraries.
  • Demonstrated experience designing and assessing instruction using qualitative and quantitative methods.

Environment: The University of Alabama, The Capstone University, is the State of Alabama’s flagship public university and the senior comprehensive doctoral level institution in Alabama. UA enrolls over 38,000 students, is ranked in the top 50 public universities in the United States. The University is a leader among public universities nationwide for enrollment of National Merit Scholars, with more than 600 currently enrolled. Under the leadership of President Stuart Bell, UA launched a strategic planning process that includes an aggressive research agenda and expansion of graduate education. The University has achieved Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity status in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

The University of Alabama Libraries is essential in advancing the educational mission of the University. We provide innovative instruction, services, and resources to facilitate teaching, research, and learning. The University of Alabama Libraries is committed to be student- centered and research-focused in order to support discovery, learning, and creativity at The Capstone. Gorgas Library serves the Humanities and Social Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Human Environmental Sciences, College of Communication & Information Sciences, Honors College, College of Continuing Studies, and the School of Social Work.

The University Libraries maintains memberships in the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, centerNet, LYRASIS, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the HathiTrust, Scholars Trust, the Rosemont Alliance, the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, and the Alabama Digital Preservation Network. We are the oldest academic library serving as a U.S. Government Documents Regional Depository. In this role we serve the academic community and the public. The University Libraries is an EBSCO FOLIO beta partner. The University Libraries homepage may be accessed at [http://www.libraries.ua.edu](http://www.libraries.ua.edu).

The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, a metropolitan area of 100,000, with a vibrant economy, a moderate climate, and a reputation across the South as an innovative, progressive community with an excellent quality of life. Tuscaloosa provides easy access to mountains, several large cities, and the beautiful Gulf Coast.

Prior to employment the successful candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

Salary/benefits: 12-month tenure track faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor rank, depending on qualifications and experience. Salary range is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Strong benefits including professional development support and tuition fee waiver.

To apply: Applications are accepted online only at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu . Click Search Positions. University Libraries in Organization drop down box. Please include your application, Curriculum Vitae, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e- mail addresses of three references, including one current supervisor.

Position open until filled. Applications received by April 2, 2019 are assured of receiving full consideration.

The University of Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including women, members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply. For questions regarding the search, contact Dr. Millie Jackson, Senior Associate Dean, at mljackson@ua.edu

Professional and Classified Staff Positions

A complete listing of administrative/professional and classified positions at The University of Alabama, including University Libraries positions, is available online through the Human Resources Department’s Internet-based application system. The J.O.B. site (Job Opportunities at Bama) allows users to conduct the entire job search and application process online. Human Resources no longer accepts paper applications, faxed applications or e-mailed resumes. The J.O.B. Site can be accessed by going to staffjobs.ua.edu. For more information call the Human Resources Service Center at 205-348-7732.

Student Positions

University Libraries employs student assistants in each of the libraries. Typical jobs include checking-out library materials, searching for bibliographic information, assisting library users, and shelving returned materials. Most student assistant positions do not require previous work experience. The libraries are looking for students with good time management skills who can balance work, study, and other campus activities. Dependability, accuracy, and a strong service orientation are other characteristics important to successful work in the libraries. Hours vary depending on the needs of each library unit.
All students applying for employment should consult the school employment web site for information concerning background check requirements.
Payroll students should apply online at UA Student Jobs.