Andrew Nadas is a senior International Affairs major and student assistant with the libraries.
Andrew Nadas is a senior International Affairs major and student assistant with the libraries.
Published: July 28, 2021

Are you looking for a job that allows you to help fellow students while gaining valuable work experience in a knowledge-rich environment? Now’s your chance!

The University Libraries are looking for multiple library student assistants to come work with us this fall. We’re hiring for positions in security, preservation, circulation, music, government records, administration and more.

Working with the libraries is a great way to fulfill your work-study grant during the semester. Not only will you learn about library operations, as a student assistant you may also boost your research skills to help you with your studies. 

Did we mention that working for the libraries will look great on your resume?

The starting salary range for library student assistant positions is $15.00 - $15.50, depending on previous relevant experience. 

Many positions require a work-study grant. If you are unsure if you are eligible for work-study, please contact the Financial Aid office or work with Student Employment to be added to the work-study waitlist

The libraries understand that you are a student first and strive to provide work schedule flexibility to help you meet your academic needs. 

You can apply with your resume or through the Library Student Job Application.

Learn more about the library student assistant positions we have available and send application materials and inquiries to the supervisor contact information provided in the listing[s].