Job Openings at UTC Library
Reporting to the Director of Special Collections, the Manuscripts Archivist is responsible for the overall management of Manuscripts and Chattanooga History Collections’ materials, including significant contemporary congressional collections with extensive born-digital holdings. The Manuscripts Archivist leads engagement efforts with manuscript collections to advance discovery and learning, promotes manuscript holdings through outreach, research and reference services, and cultivates partnerships that connect the Library’s expertise, resources, and services with the varying needs of a diverse constituency. The Manuscripts Archivist also collaborates with donors, and provides and coordinates appraisal, accessioning, processing, arrangement, description, and preservation of materials in all formats. Please see the full announcement for details and application process.
Evening Research and Technology Specialist
This position provides front-line information and research assistance, from the Library’s Information Commons and Check Out Desk service points, to students, faculty, and staff on a regular basis Sunday to Thursday afternoons and evenings.
Public Services Specialist (Weekend)
This position provides front-line information and research assistance, from the Library’s Check Out Desk and Information Commons service points, to students, faculty, and staff on a regular basis Fridays to Mondays during the academic semester. This is a 30-32 hour per week position with benefits.
Thank you for your interest in working for the Library!
Many library student assistant positions are through the Financial Aid office (Federal Work Study or Academic Service Scholars Program). If you are an FWS/ASSP student, please apply online through JobX as soon as Fall openings are available. Please contact Financial Aid for assistance with this process.
Within JobX, select: 1) applicant and employees, 2) find a job, 3) jobs by department, 4) scroll to Library.
The Library will begin accepting general student applications starting January 2, 2020. Please stop by the Library Administration Office at LIB 208 to pick up an application.
The Writing and Communication Center is currently accepting applications for peer consultants for the Fall 2019 semester. View position description and application instructions.