Tulane University Libraries (TUL) is committed to integrating diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) into all aspects of our work and environment. We acknowledge that reaching these DEIA goals will strengthen our institution and allow for new directions in growth. We also acknowledge that we currently have barriers to embedding DEIA in our organization. Work is being done across TUL to investigate and address these barriers, create actionable objectives, and implement programming and structural change. You can learn more about some of those efforts on the TUL Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee page and the Tulane Strategy for Tomorrow website. Tulane University Libraries is committed to building a diverse workplace that welcomes and values all people, and we encourage you to apply if you have transferable skills and experience.
- Director of Scholarly Engagement
- Metadata Librarian (see job ad)
- INFORMATION SESSION - Please join us at an information session where we will share information about the university, the library, and the position. Participation is anonymous and attendee names are only seen by panelists. No registration is required, just click the link on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at 3:30PM Central Time (Zoom link).
- Research Support Librarian (see job ad)
- Scholarly Engagement Librarian for Social Sciences and Data (see job ad)
- INFORMATION SESSION - Please join us to learn more about the position and to ask questions. We are offering an information session over Zoom where we will share information about the university, the library, and the Scholarly Engagement Librarian for Social Sciences and Data position. No registration is needed - just click the link at the listed date & time. This is in Central Standard Time. Partcipation is anonymous, attendee names only seen by panelists. Thursday December 9, 2021 at 3:30PM Central Time (Click Here to join Session)
Employees at the Tulane Libraries are required to meet the core technology competencies.
The library posts available positions on Handshake.com. Students interested in employment at the library should complete an online application there in order to be considered for a position.
The number of available student worker positions varies by semester. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted directly by a library supervisor.
Human Resources Student Employment has additional information about student employment on campus. You can find that information here: https://hr.tulane.edu/student-employment/home.