Working on campus is a great way to earn extra money for books and other necessities of life. Regardless of whether you have experience in a library or not, the librarians and library staff work with the student employees each year as mentors and trainers. We've even had many students employees decide to become librarians, so you never know! Work schedules are determined based upon your class schedule and other activities. Each semester we determine our student staffing based upon when our student team can work. Besides shelving books and customer service you may find yourself involved in other interesting projects such as assisting librarians with triage of book donations, scanning old papers and other materials for the NNU archives, or creating flyers and brochures for library events and promotions.
There are two types of positions open:
Learning Commons Service Desk
Research Help Desk
If you are interested in working in the library this coming year (2017-2018) download this application, complete, and send back to Deanna Wilde, Service Desk Supervisor, email@example.com.
Research Help Desk job description
Service Desk Job description
Learning Commons student T.A. application PDF
Learning Commons Student T.A. application. - Word document version