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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 coordinates together with Campus Shared Services (CSS) 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 lead team, followed up by internal HR and Business Services approvals...

The Library has a staff of over 500 students, 350 staff, and 100 academic Librarians. With a total staff of 1000 people, the Library is always hiring.

The LHRD staff will assist you with recruitment preparation, guide you through the recruitment process, and support your new hires on starting their employment at the Library. We provide assistance with...

The 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...