- Librarian Openings
- The Libraries Internship/Residency Program
- Fellowship Opportunities
- Administrative, Professional, Supervisory Vacancies
- COLT (Clerical, Office, Laboratory & Technical Positions)
- Student Employment
The following librarian openings are available as Adobe Acrobat files (PDF's) and require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be opened and read.
- New Jersey Regional Studies Librarian and Head of Public Services, Special Collections and University Archives, APP 209, Rutgers University Libraries, New Brunswick Campus
- Director, John Cotton Dana Library, Newark Campus
- Head, Access & Delivery Services, Research and Instructional Services, APP 213, Rutgers University Libraries, New Brunswick Campus
The Libraries Internship/Residency Program
The Libraries Internship/Residency program reflects the university's long standing commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action, and its efforts to increase diversity in academic librarianship. The program is designed to provide one student in the Masters of Library and Information Science program at Rutgers with an intensive three-year exposure to the various aspects of professional work within an academic library such as reference, instruction and information services, collection development, access services, administration, digital library systems, preservation, and special collections.
- There are no fellowships available at this time.
Administrative, Professional, Supervisory Vacancies
Note: See also the University APS staff listing located on the University Human Resources page
COLT (Clerical, Office, Laboratory & Technical Positions)
Rutgers University Libraries
Clerical Employment Opportunities, AFSME Local #1761
- There are no positions open at this time.
Rutgers University Libraries employs over 500 students working in various capacities across its 26 libraries and centers each year. Student positions at the library include jobs in collection management, reference, public service, digital archiving, office assistance and special projects.