Job Opportunities

Every position at Dykes Library is critical to our ability to achieve the shared objectives of the University of Kansas Medical Center. Each time we hire a new staff member, we are given the opportunity to enhance our community and to demonstrate our University's values of education, research, patient care and service. We are committed to hiring the applicant whose talents will blend with and enrich our organization and community in new ways. We expect employees to demonstrate initiative, exhibit curiosity, maintain a collaborative attitude, practice civility and remain flexible in a world of change. We do this by using fair, legal, inclusive, and effective hiring practices that support and comply with KUMC policy and procedures.


Librarian, Support Staff and Administrative Positions

arrow Research and Learning Health Sciences Librarian

The University of Kansas Medical Center Library in Kansas City is excited to announce an opening for a Health Sciences Librarian. This position will provide leadership within the School of Nursing's innovative curricula and lend research expertise to its numerous scholarly activities. This position will also contribute to the development of a nationally award-winning digital information literacy project. Ultimately, this is an opportunity to grow professionally and drive excellence to the institution through the unique contributions of a health sciences librarian. For questions, please contact Heather Collins, MLS, AHIP at hcollins@kumc.edu, A.R. Dykes Health Sciences Library, University of Kansas Medical Center, 3901 Rainbow Blvd (Mail Stop 1050), Kansas City, KS 66160.

Please see the KUMC website https://jobs.kumc.edu/postings/16103 for the official posting and share broadly with those who might be interested.

Student Assistant Position Information

A. R. Dykes Library is always taking applications for Student Assistants. Applications are kept on file, and when an opening is available, applicants are called in for an interview.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Must be able to commit to consistently working 4-20 hours each week
  • Individual must maintain a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester to qualify
  • Day, evening and weekend shifts are available during the library's hours of operation

Responsibilities:

  • Re-shelving materials
  • Assisting patrons
  • Making pick-ups around library and campus
  • Pulling and copying materials for Interlibrary Services

Click here to complete and submit an online application for student employment.

Last modified: Jul 26, 2017
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