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Employment

Faculty Openings

Please see UNC's Career Opportunities website for available openings. 

Professional Exempt

Please see UNC's Career Opportunities website for available openings.

Classified Staff Openings

Please see the University of Northern Colorado listings on the Colorado State Government Job Announcements website.

Student Employment

Michener Library Student Employee Application Form

Skinner Music Library Student Employee Application Form

Student employees are vital in meeting the goals and objectives of the University Libraries to provide a wide variety of services to the university community and beyond. Students are involved in every aspect of providing library services in the James A. Michener Library and the Skinner Music Library. Duties vary from public services assistance to technical processing. The University Libraries employs approximately 100 students throughout the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Students who are awarded work study through the financial aid process primarily make up the workforce during the fall and spring semesters. Non-work study (hourly) applicants are highly unlikely to be hired during the academic year. Non-work study students are hired for the summer sessions. 

Students interested in employment with the University Libraries may fill out the Michener Library Student Employee Application Form or the Skinner Music Library Student Employee Application Form, then save the form and send it toLibrary Student Employment as an attachment.

For more information on employment with the University Libraries or to check on the status of an application already submitted, contact the University Libraries Administration Office at 970-351-2601 or stop by the office, located in Michener Library room 135.