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The Library Human Resources Department (LHRD) coordinates all academic searches with the Office for Faculty Equity and Welfare (OFEW) and Academic Personnel Office (APO).

Requesting a Recruitment

Once a department head and Associate University Librarian (AUL) determine the need to post a position, the position must be approved by the Library lead team, followed up by LHRD and Library Business...

When you have made your hiring decision, email Student Employment with the student's name, ID and email address. The student will receive a job offer email from LHRD. When they accept the job the student will then be referred to work study. When the student accepts the work study award their information will be sent to Campus Shared Services, who will contact the student to...

Once you have accepted a position and are sent onboarding information from Campus Shared Services, you must provide proper identification and complete your employment paperwork. You will then be instructed to contact your supervisor within 24 hours to arrange your training and work schedule. Failure to contact your supervisor immediately may result in the loss of your job.

The Library Human Resources Department coordinates all Library academic recruitment.

Once the need to post an academic position is determined, there is a process to follow to initiate the recruitment.

LHRD coordinates the entire recruitment process and supports the search...

The Library employs some graduate students in both regular Student Assistant positions and Graduate Student Assistant positions. The following requirements apply to any jobs posted for Graduate Student Assistant positions:

Employment Requirements

Must be a regularly enrolled graduate student. May not work over half-time per week during the academic year, between all appointments combined, unless a...

Once you've been offered and accepted a job by email from the library Human Resource Department, you will then receive an email from Campus Shared Service to set up your onboarding appointment.

ID required*:

Original social security card or birth certificate Photo ID such as school ID or driver’s license

*A current passport counts as two forms of ID and would be the only ID necessary to bring. If...

Following are the UC Policies which govern student employment on campus and in the Library.

Eligibility for student positions requires one of the following:

Current regularly enrolled UC Berkeley semester registration. UC Berkeley registration from the immediately preceding semester (i.e., fall semester registration is acceptable through spring semester and spring semester registration is acceptable...

The Library is always hiring!

There are a variety of student jobs available within the Library department in access services, circulation, public services, technical services, or performing administrative duties in over twenty of the UC Berkeley Libraries, including the Main (Doe) Library, Moffitt, Bancroft, and East Asian Libraries.

Peak hiring times are...

What is Necessary

Preparing for the recruitment process is essential. Before you list and advertise your position, analyze the job you are recruiting for. Identify the duties of the position and the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform those duties. Include the percent of time the employee will spend on major duties and a description of the major duties in order of importance.


The Library Human Resources Department works with Berkeley Regional Services (BRS)for all Library staff recruitments.

Once a unit and Associate University Librarian (AUL) determine the need to post a position, there is a process to follow which initiates the recruitment.

The position has to be approved by the Library Cabinet, followed up by...