Business and Government Documents Librarian - closing date: July 20, 2021
Want to join a university that’s big enough to support great work, but small enough that you can make a difference? As the Business and Government Documents Librarian, you will get to work with the largest AACSB-accredited business school in ND and serve as the liaison to the Federal Depository Library Program. We have been a FDLP library since 1890 and share joint depository status with NDSU.
In 2017, UND was named among the “Most Innovative” institutions of higher education by US News & World Report, and in 2018, the UND Libraries were named “Most Innovative” by the 12-state Mountain Plains Library Association. Our award winning OER program has saved our students almost $11 million. The library is centrally located on UND’s campus, and we just finished an $18 million renovation that includes an Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality Lab, the Writing Center and Campus IT.
Come work with a dedicated, focused team of librarians, staff, and campus partners at Chester Fritz Library in the student-centered Knowledge Commons. This is a full-time, permanent position with a competitive salary and excellent benefits including full health insurance and TIAA retirement plans. Want to know more about the Library? Check out our blog.
To learn more and apply, see the full position description.
Please contact Sally Dockter at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Check available positions using the UND Student Employment search form.
- Select "Chester Fritz Library" from the "Employers" section of the forms to limit your search to the library.
- You need to run separate searches for Work Study and Institutional jobs. Work study positions require work study funding, but institutional jobs are open to anyone.
Approximately 100 students are employed by the Chester Fritz Library each year. Student responsibilities may include the following (depending upon area assigned):
- shelving books and stack maintenance
- assisting patrons
- assisting in mailings
- making deliveries to other University libraries
- answering telephones
- running errands
- providing computer support
- performing records management to create and update information on the library's system or Excel spreadsheets
- assisting with invoicing
- creating and affixing spine labels and attaching property information and security strips to materials
Applicants must be motivated, pay attention to details, display excellent interpersonal skills, and be able to work both independently and in a team environment. Some positions may require only daytime hours.