Employment at the Library

Thank you for your interest in employment at the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons.

Faculty openings:

Please see the SU Applicant Portal for complete postings of open Librarian positions.

Student Engagement Librarian

Seattle University's Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning commons seeks a collaborative academic librarian interested in working with diverse student organizations and providing outreach to underserved populations to fill the position of Student Engagement Librarian. As a member of the Research Services department, the successful candidate will be responsible for collaborating with Library Faculty to develop effective and innovative methods to foster information literacy skills with new and traditionally underserved students. Working closely with our Coordinator of Teaching and Learning, this new role will also be responsible for supporting Library and campus needs by exploring new avenues for student engagement with the Library, formalizing partnerships with student support programs (e.g., Seattle University's Alfie Scholars Program), and helping the Research Services department make strategic decisions about designing new services and/or programs to support students. This role will include working alongside the Research Services' new Student Peer Research Consultant (SPRC) program, serving as a member of the leadership team, and helping student consultants integrate our services into library instruction and outreach initiatives, and develop professional and leadership skills. As a member of the Library Faculty, this position will also serve as an active member of the library liaison program with responsibilities to maintain subject expertise, develop collections, provide specialized research services and instruction, and create resource guides.

Staff openings:

Please see the SU Applicant Portal for complete postings of open Staff positions.

Library Technician 3 - Technology Access and Affordability

The recent pivot to remote and hybrid learning has underscored the critical role university libraries play in ensuring that all students have reliable access to the technology required to support their learning and success. Reporting to the Manager of Access Services, and the Director of Library Systems, Technology, and Media, the Technology Access and Affordability Technician will support the activities of the Access Services department, the library’s evolving technology access and affordability lending program, and the library’s patrons in their use of library technology. The Technician will be responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of the technology access and affordability lending program; maintenance and support of the technology lending inventory; and contributing to planning and development of future technology lending activities.

Student openings:

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