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University Libraries have various employment needs in public services, technical services, special collections, and electronic resources and information technology. The current job openings are below:

Librarians, Administrators and Technical Professionals
Exempt from the Personnel Act of NC (EPA)
Contact the Search Committee Chairperson listed to apply for the position.
Paraprofessionals, Administrative and Technical Support
Subject to the Personnel Act of NC (SPA)
Contact the Department of Human Resources Services to apply for the position.
Student Employment
Contact the Library Administrative Office to apply for the position.
Digital Media Commons Library Assistant
Digital Media Commons Library Assistants provide front line customer service and digital media support to library patrons in the new Digital Media Commons (DMC), Jackson Library
Jackson Library Access Services Student Assistant
Work Study positions in the Access Services Department of Jackson Library
Temporary Employment
Contact the Department of Human Resources Services to apply for the position.
Cataloging Practicum
Unpaid practicum in the Cataloging Department via LIS 691
Harold Schiffman Music Library Student Assistant
Work Study position in the Harold Schiffman Music Library.
Reference Internship
Paid Intership in the ROI Department
Reference Practicum
Unpaid Practicum in the ROI Department via LIS 691
Volunteer, Internship, and Practicum Opportunities with Special Collections & University Archives
The Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro relies on the skills and energy of its volunteers and interns to perform the necessary work in supporting research and learning.

Please note: All newly hired employees must fill out W-4 Tax withholding forms for both the state and federal government, Selective Service Registration Compliance and I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification and present valid identification on their first day of employment.