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For the most efficient delivery of mail between campus locations, the university utilizes certain procedures.

Preparing Campus Mail

Intracampus mail for UC Berkeley campus destinations should be placed in a yellow campus mail envelope. These envelopes offer Campus Mail Services the highest level of processing efficiency and we strongly encourage their use. Mail in these envelopes is given top priority in the delivery process. 100% of mail in intra-campus envelopes is delivered the following business day.

There are several options available for mailing Library materials to destinations within the United States.

First Class Mail

Any mailable material can be sent using First-Class Mail. This service can be used for personal correspondence, handwritten or typewritten letters, and bills or statements of account. The weight limit for First-Class Mail is 13 ounces. For heavier items, use Priority Mail.

There are four different possible categories of travel, training, and development support within the Library:

  1. professional development travel and training
  2. staff development travel and training
  3. administrative travel and training
  4. collection development travel

These four different categories of travel either:

The Library Human Resources Department (LHRD) provides our internal staff and academic clients with comprehensive human resources services in the areas of recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits, employee relations, and staff development in support of the Library and campus goals and programs.

To achieve this purpose we:

The Library hires students, staff and academic employees. See below for our current listings.

The UC Berkeley Library is an internationally renowned research and teaching facility at one of the nation's premiere public universities. It ranks in the top five research libraries annually and is often ranked the number one research library among public institutions.

Our provision of services and daily operations are aligned with the Library’s mission, vision, and goals.

Human resource services provided include:

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 student, staff and academic recruitments.

As a UC employee, you are eligible for a wide range of generous benefit plans. These include health, dental and vision, as well as retirement savings and insurance options.

Whether you are a new employee getting acquainted with your options, or an existing employee looking for coverage to meet new needs, our Benefits, Health, and Welfare guide can help you find what you’re looking for.

With a staff this large, the Library has many different classifications for Staff. LHRD provides resources for non-academic staff titles and non-senate academic titles, mainly in the librarian series. You can use these resources to learn more not only about classification but also about compensation and pay rates.

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