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UNT employs students on an hourly basis in a variety of positions that are both challenging and responsible. The Libraries offer flexible work schedules during the fall, spring, and summer terms. Jobs are posted throughout the year through UNT’s Career Center.
The UNT Libraries offers practicum experience to library graduate students.
Graduate Services Assistantships and Research Assistantships
Graduate Services Assistants (GSAs) and Research Assistants (RAs) have professional responsibilities in UNT’s four libraries. The program is open to full-time Master’s, Doctoral, and Certificate of Advanced Studies (post-Masters) students in a variety of majors. More about the Assistantships.
At UNT, staff jobs with similar functions and skill requirements are organized into career bands. Each career band contains jobs arranged from the lowest to the highest levels of responsibility, allowing employees to easily see possible next steps in their career progression. About Staff Positions and Rankings.
Librarians at UNT are required to hold at least a master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA accredited program, and work within the standards, policies, and rules of the academic profession. About Librarian Positions and Rankings.
- University Archivist
- Digital Projects Lab Manager
- Engineering and Learning Technology Librarian
- Digital Collections Librarian
- Data Services Librarian
- Head, Media and Discovery Park Libraries
- Head of Frisco Landing Library
UNT offers a great benefits and leave package including a wide variety of perks to meet the needs of our diverse workforce. All full-time and part-time (50%+) faculty and staff are eligible for benefits.