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Student Employment

If you are interested in joining our team, please take a minute to read the following answers to some of our FAQ’s from potential student employees.  We also invite students to refer to our job flyer for answers to FAQs and further information on student employment.

Are We Hiring?????

Individual departments within the library hire Federal Work Study and regular undergraduate student assistants continuously as needed throughout the year for flexible work schedules during day and evening hours, seven days a week.  Library work may include assisting people at a service desk, using computers to find book and journal information, shelving and sorting books, filing, photocopying, answering the phone, and other library duties as assigned.

The library employs around 200 people and houses over a dozen individual departments, consequently student hiring decisions are made by individual department supervisors, not Library Administration. Please contact Library Administration only  for questions concerning the application process.  For information about which departments are hiring contact or visit the department(s) individually.

Departments w/ student employees Phone
Circulation 407-823-2580
Curriculum Materials Center 407-823-2791
Interlibrary Loan 407-823-2383
Media Services 407-823-2384
Photocopy & Printing Services 407-823-5952
Reference Services 407-823-3379
Special Collections 407-823-2576
Library @ Rosen Campus 407-903-8100

How do I apply?

Students looking for part-time employment in the library must complete the online Student Assistant Application to be considered for employment.  When completing the application online, please don’t forget to include your work availability and contact information.  Soon after the application has been submitted, the student will receive a follow-up e-mail containing further instructions and information about library employment.  When an opening occurs, the student supervisor from the hiring department reviews all active applications in the database and contacts students directly for interviews.

What happens to my application?

Applications are kept in our online database for 60 days. To be considered for employment after 60 days, a new application needs to be completed. 

When is hiring done?

The library is open year round and new student assistants join our team on a regular basis. Generally, most of the hiring is done just before the start of the semesters.

How soon would I be able to start working?

Generally, no longer than 2 weeks. These students may encounter paperwork delays:  International Students, Federal Work Study, and students living with or related to anyone who works at UCF.

What is Federal Work Study?

For more information on Federal Work Study, please visit the Financial Aid website.

How much will I earn at the library?

The starting salary for students is $7.79/hour.  For Federal Work Study employees Student Financial Aid (SFA) determines the salaries based on the job descriptions that hiring departments submit.  For more information please visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance's Federal Work Study Salary.

Other questions?

If after reading this you have a question that was not answered here, please email us at LibraryHR@ucf.edu.

(1) University Support Personnel System (USPS)

Complete information on position vacancies and the employment application process is available on the UCF Human Resources Web site. All applications must be submitted online via the Human Resources website.

Currently there is one USPS position available.

Position(s):  
Title: Senior Librar Technical Assistant (Sr. LTA)
Position Number: 38210
Department: Curriculum Materials Center
FTE: 1.0 Full-Time
Annual Salary: $23,026.98
Bi-Weekly Salary: $882.26
Job Description: Regular Duties
  • Works at Circulation/Reserve Desk.
  • Supervises unit occasionally during days.
  • Circulates Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) materials.
  • Weekend supervisor of the CMC, opens and closes the unit.
  • Responsible for security of CMC materials.
  • Responsible for safety of patrons and co-workers.
  • Solves problems that occur with the operation of the unit.
  • Facilitates smooth operation of the department.
  • Interacts with patrons by giving general campus and library information, assisting with library database searching, and assisting in the use of various computers, software programs, and equipment located in the CMC.
  • Processes overdues and book bills.


  • Performs office functions such as word processing and other office operations; maintains information concerning non-cataloged materials holdings in the CMC, such as standardized tests and posters; performs CMC materials mending, re-labeling, processing of non-cataloged materials and gifts, helps keep CMC orderly.
  • Inventories and reorders departmental supplies.
  • Maintains subject specific bibliographies to help patrons locate materials in the CMC.
  • Trains students and oversees projects.
  • Searches publisher catalogs and makes recommendations for purchase.
  • Participates in library instruction sessions.
  • Assists with the faculty and CMC generated reserves.
  • Communicates with the Main Library in reporting physical maintenance of the facility, copy service, and equipment.
Occasional:
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
Work Schedule: Monday – Thursday 12:00pm – 9:00pm, rotating Fridays and Saturdays 8:00am – 5:00pm
Minimum Qualifications: A high school diploma and four years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience. If minimum requirements of the position do not require post high school education, an applicant is not required to provide the information on the application.
Qualification Preferences: A person who:
  • likes interacting with others
  • is familiar with youth literature (PK-12th grades) and or PK-12th grade curriculum materials
  • has a desire to work with children and teens
  • is creative
  • has good organizational skills
  • is detail oriented
  • has the ability to adapt to fast pace and quick changes
  • is open-minded with the ability to brainstorm
  • has the ability to remain level-headed in stressful situations.
Experience in a PK-12 setting is a plus.
Veterans' Preference: Preference will be given to eligible veterans and their eligible spouses in accordance with Chapter 295 of the Florida Statutes. Applicants claiming preference are responsible for providing required documentation by the closing date of the position. For more information on Veterans’ Preference, please visit http://hr.ucf.edu/files/VeteransPreference.pdf
Special Conditions: This position does not require college credits. If the selected applicant claims college credit on the application for this position, an official transcript from the accredited institution must be provided within 30 days of the hire date. This applies whether the applicant is a new hire or promoted from among current UCF employees.

The University of Central Florida is proud to be a smoke-free campus and an E-Verify employer.
Closing Date: October 30, 2014
Class: USPS
Quick Link to Apply: http://www.jobswithucf.com:80/postings/39784
 

(0) Administrative & Professional (A & P)

Complete information on position vacancies and the employment application process is available on the UCF Human Resources Web site. All applications must be submitted online via the Human Resources website.

Currently there are no A & P positions available.

(1) Library Faculty Employment Opportunities

There is currently one open faculty position.