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The Atlanta University Center (AUC) Robert W. Woodruff Library is the place where forward-thinking and innovative employees work and collaborate. If you wish to become part of our talented group, continue reading to learn why we are dedicated and committed to what we do. It’s our mission! Thank you for your interest in employment with the AUC Woodruff Library.

Positions currently available:

Assessment Librarian

SUMMARY:

The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library (AUC RWWL) supports the teaching and learning missions of four institutions of higher learning that comprise the world’s largest consortium of HBCUs—Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, and Spelman College.  Conveniently located and easily accessible to the campuses, the Woodruff Library is the center of intellectual and social life at the Atlanta University Center.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

To continue our program and services excellence, the library seeks a highly motivated, analytical, and detail-oriented Assessment Librarian who thrives in a highly collaborative, team-oriented environment to lead the Library in strengthening a culture assessment across the Library by developing a sustainable library assessment program.

Reporting to the Associate Library Director, the Assessment Librarian will organize and analyze data collections and reporting across Library departments and establish procedures that support strategic reporting, performance indicators, and data-driven decision-making.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Manages data collection for annual reporting and operational statistics, including gathering, reviewing, evaluating, and synthesizing data submitted by library departments
  • Manages data collection, preparation, generation, preservation, analysis, and integrity
  • Collects, analyzes, and builds visualizations, dashboards, and reports for quantitative and qualitative data gathered from various sources such as library systems, vendor statistics, observations, surveys, web analytics, interviews, focus groups, etc.
  • Supports improvements to the libraries’ program for gathering, archiving, and analyzing statistics on library usage, collections, and services and impact.
  • Work with other departments to communicate and publish findings; provide data-driven input for decisions; support requests for data dissemination to external audiences and member institutions
  • Other Duties as Assigned

 QUALIFICATIONS: 

Education and Work Experience: 

  • MLS degree from an ALA-accredited library school, Master’s degree, or other relevant degrees
  • Prior experience with quantitative and qualitative analysis tools and data visualization software

 Preferred Education: 

  • Prior experience with library assessment tools and platforms

Work Experience: 

  • Using a variety of tools for data collection, presentation, and reporting
  • Familiarity with formal and informal assessment tools
  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

  • Knowledge of formal and informal data collection tools and trends in Libraries
  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work collaboratively as an individual and across departments, units, teams
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work within a collegial work environment where change and innovation are encouraged
  • Demonstrated commitment to working in a culturally diverse environment
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Evidence of scholarship and/or professional activity.

 WHAT WE OFFER:

Salary commensurate with experience; benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, company-paid disability plans, and company match retirement plan (TIAA-CREF).

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and resume online to the Human Resources Department using this link.

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about our Library, visit us online at www.auctr.edu.

 

Assistant Director, Collections

SUMMARY:

The Assistant Director of Collections provides leadership, guidance, and expertise in the areas of collection and resource management, as well as management for the Systems, Collection Assessment, and Resource Acquisitions and Management (RAaM) Unit. S/he is responsible for managing the library’s acquisitions budget and approval plan.  The Assistant Director of Collections works collaboratively with department/unit heads and the Office of Computing and Information Technology to affect user-oriented solutions related to library services, systems, and software.  S/he works collaboratively with subject liaisons on collection assessment and development and with the Archives Research Center on policy and procedures for special collections materials.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

  • Provide leadership and articulations of a user-centered, holistic collections vision to meet current and emerging information needs and new models of collection delivery, fiscal responsibility, information technology, assessment, and management.
  • Provide strategic direction for the development of the Library’s technical services and collection assessment initiatives, including coordinating and prioritizing system-wide efforts and proposals and maintaining an overview of all technical services within the library.
  • Serve as a leader on internal committees to foster collegiate relationships and partnerships with other directors to ensure the mission and strategic initiatives of the library are attained and that organizational policies and procedures are relevant and current. Represent the library on external committees at the request of the CEO/Library Director and others.
  • Design, evaluate, review, and adjust departmental workflows, policies, procedures, and assignments with attention to greater efficiency (10%)
  • Advise the Associate Director and/or CEO/Library Director with respect to best practices and innovation in collection initiatives and technical services (10%)
  • Responsible for staff management, including but not limited to making recommendations for changes, training, and motivation, inputting payroll data, and conducting ongoing and annual performance evaluation (10%)
  • Contribute to the development, implementation, and assessment of library services, policies, procedures, and publications (5%)
  • Responsible for compilation of required external library assessment data, accreditation, and annual reporting in collaboration with the Associate Director and Director of PAC on the publication and distribution of the organization’s collections data (5%)
  • Perform other duties or special projects as required or assigned by a supervisor. (5%)

WHAT YOU BRING TO THE ROLE:

Education Experience:

  • ALA-accredited Master’s degree in library science

Preferred Education:

  • Additional advanced degree

Field of Study:

  •   Library Science

Work Experience:

  • Minimum of five years experience in at least one of the following areas: acquisitions/cataloging, collection development, or serials and/or electronic resource management in an academic library
  • Minimum of five years of supervisory experience with a commitment to mentoring, training, and staff development
  • Record of innovation related to collection assessment,
  • Record of assessing collections based on data analysis and coordinate and guide the work of others
  • Experience with migration and management of library management systems
  • Experience in leading and coordinating library selectors in collection management activities
  • Familiar with leading emerging and innovate projects related to collection and resource management
  • Familiarity with website structures and content systems
  • Progressive responsibility for supervision of personnel within technical services in an academic library
  • Demonstrated experience with emerging technologies, trends, standards, and practices in academic library technical services and digital services environment.

Preferred Work Experience:

  • Demonstrated interest in the management of Integrated Library Systems (ILS) functions, including Worldcat Discovery Systems (WMS)
  • Demonstrated interest and ability to work collegially and productively with partners outside the library.

Certifications/License’s Required: N/A

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of electronic resource licensing principles and practices
  • Demonstrated ability for strategic thinking, embracing change, risk-taking, collaborative working, and thinking beyond the internal library organizational structure to identify and support stakeholder needs
  • Data-informed decision-making skills
  • Ability to set, prioritize, and attain goals in support of the organization’s strategic goals
  • Knowledge of integrated library systems as used by technical services and collections management units, including statistical and fund maintenance, proxy servers, reporting functions, and the structure and management of online catalogs.
  • Knowledge of MARC and non-MARC metadata standards such as Dublin Core, EAD, or METS
  • Ability to lead in an atmosphere of continuous change and to inspire and motivate within a collaborative and diverse atmosphere.
  • Evidence of scholarship and/or professional activity
  • Ability to balance the pursuit of excellence with a spirit of collaboration
  • Capacity for successful leadership and/or participation in workplace teams
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • Hybrid onsite/remote work
  • Salary commensurate with experience, possible sign on bonus
  • Relocation assistance
  • Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, and company-paid disability plans.
  • Company match retirement plan (TIAA-CREF).

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and resume online to the Human Resources Department at this link.

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about our Library, visit us online at www.auctr.edu.

Your name must be listed on the candidate’s application to receive the referral fee.

Traveling Archivist

SUMMARY:

The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library is looking for a highly motivated individual to broaden access and the discoverability of Historically Black College and University’s cultural heritage collections in a full-time, temporary position. Working with the Archives Research Center and the Digital Services Department, this 4-year project is responsible for serving as a Traveling Archivist in support of the HBCU Digital Library Trust initiative.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The AUC Woodruff Library is a digitization service hub for the HBCU libraries that have elected to participate in this initiative. The services provided will serve as a model for sustaining and deepening the capacity for digitizing, discovering, and preserving collections at HBCUs. The Traveling Archivist will work with the Digitization Project Manager to assess the condition, advise on preservation, and provide limited processing for unique and original archival materials including but not limited to, photographs, documents, publications, and audio and video formats from HBCU Libraries located around the U.S both in-person and remotely. This position will also work with the HBCU Libraries and archives to re-house, package, and safely ship materials to the service hub. This position involves extensive travel to different locations to work with local library staff to collect, assess, and manage participating collections. The Traveling Archivist will work with the digitization project staff onsite at the AUC Woodruff Library and coordinate with other members of the HBCU Digital Library Trust staff.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Lead arrangement, appraisal, and description of archival materials following professional standards and institutional best practices.
  • Travel to HBCUs that have elected to participate in the HBCU Library Digital Trust to assess the condition of archival materials and advise on safe packaging and shipping techniques for unique collections.
  • Conduct on-site assessments of collections across various archival and special collections.
  • Perform basic preservation and processing workflows for archival materials including re-housing and surface cleaning.
  • Conduct preservation assessments to determine appropriate preservation treatment and archival storage decisions.
  • Implement preservation and conservation strategies for fragile or valuable materials encountered during travel.
  • Provide guidance and support on archival best practices to ensure compliance with archival standards.
  • Make recommendations for archival materials for digitization including assisting with conducting inventories, identification, and packaging material.
  • Assist in the creation of descriptive inventories for archival collections.
  • Participate in team meetings, and provide status updates, and project reports.
  • Other duties as assigned

WHAT YOU BRING TO THE ROLE:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of archival arrangement and description for manuscripts and archives in many formats including photographs, scrapbooks, posters, audio, and other materials.
  • Experience arranging and describing manuscripts and/or large, complex archival collections using the MPLP, maximal or extensible processing method.
  • Demonstrated experience with basic preservation and conservation standards for archival and manuscript collections.
  • Strong knowledge of archival principles, standards, and best practices.
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
  • Proficiency in archival software and cataloging systems.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders.
  • Flexibility and willingness to travel extensively and work in different environments.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work, with strong project management skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communications, and computer skills.
  • Experience with standard office software such as Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Sensitivity in handling fragile archival materials.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • ALA-accredited Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science or advanced degree with experience relevant to the position.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of 20th-century African American history, literature, and culture, highly desirable.
  • Knowledge of technologies and archival content management systems desirable.
  • Ability to perform physical activities associated with the archival environment.
  • Two years of experience working in an archival repository or library with experience in completing processing projects.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • Hybrid onsite/remote work
  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, and company-paid disability plans.
  • Company match retirement plan (TIAA-CREF).

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: 

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and resume online to this link.

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about our Library, visit us online at www.auctr.edu.

EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAM:

Please be reminded that RWWL has an Employee Referral program in place! 

This policy applies to everyone who refers a candidate to the Library for full-time positions. For every candidate you refer who is hired and completes their first 90 days with the Library, the referring employee will receive a referral of $500.00!

Your name must be listed on the candidate’s application to receive the referral fee.

Digitization Project Manager-HBCU Digital Library Trust

SUMMARY:

The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library is looking for a highly motivated individual to broaden access and the discoverability of Historically Black College and University’s cultural heritage collections in a full-time, temporary position. Working with the Digital Services Department and the Archives Research Center, the Digitization Project Manager is responsible for coordinating and managing a digitization service hub for HBCU Libraries located at the AUC Woodruff Library in support of the HBCU Digital Library Trust initiative. The services provided will serve as a model for sustaining and deepening the capacity for digitizing, discovering and preserving collections at HBCUs.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Digitization Project Manager will coordinate and implement in-house digitization, metadata creation and online access of a range of unique and original archival materials including but not limited to, photographs, documents, publications and audio and video formats from HBCU Libraries located around the U.S. The incumbent will also provide support for participating libraries as they prepare collections for digitization including basic archival processing and preservation techniques. The incumbent will coordinate outsourced digitization of audiovisual formats including working with commercial vendors as needed.  The Digitization Project Manager will report to the Assistant Director for Digital Services throughout the four-year project and will oversee the work of project staff and students and will coordinate with Archivists and HBCU Digital Library Trust staff.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate the digitization, metadata creation and online access of original archival materials (documents, manuscripts, photographs and negatives, bound volumes, publications, audiovisual formats) received by participating HBCUs following professional standards and institutional best practices.
  • Establish efficient and effective project workflows and standards to ensure the safety and security of collections while onsite for digitization.
  • Support participating institutions as they prepare archival materials for digitization including assisting with identification, gathering and ensuring safe transfer of materials to Hub, copyright review, employing basic preservation measures.
  • Oversee and perform in-house digitization of original archival collections; ensure quality of master images, edit images as needed, and create derivate images for access purposes.
  • Coordinate outsourced digitization of time-based audiovisual content including creating RFPs, working with vendors, managing timelines and conducting quality control.
  • Oversee the creation of item-level descriptive metadata for various original archival materials (documents, manuscripts, photographs and negatives, bound volumes, publications, audiovisual materials) following professional standards and library best practices.
  • Ensure the overall quality of all digital curation activities – to include creation of preservation and access images, file naming, file type(s), image quality, collection and item level metadata, ingest into content management system.
  • Work with Digital Services and project staff to create digital collections and ingest metadata and access images to online CONTENTdm repository.
  • Supervise and assist in the training of project staff and student assistants.
  • Assist with developing training and outreach materials related to the project including articles, presentations at professional conferences and blog posts.
  • Participates in team meetings, provides status updates, and project reports.
  • Serves as the liaison between Harvard project personnel and AUC Woodruff Library.
  • Other Duties as Assigned

WHAT YOU BRING TO THE ROLE:

  • Strong written and verbal communications, and computer skills.
  • Ability to work independently and effectively as part of a team.
  • Experience with standard office software such as Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and well as Google tools.
  • Experience with project management practices, software, and tools.
  • Sensitivity in handling fragile archival materials.
  • Strong attention to detail.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • ALA-accredited master’s degree in Library and Information Science or advanced degree with experience relevant to the position.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of 20th century African American history, literature and culture, highly desirable.
  • Five years of experience working in an archival repository or library with experience managing complex digitization projects.
  • Supervisory experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of processing and preserving archival collections including standards and best practices.
  • Experience operating a variety of scanning hardware and image editing software including Adobe Photoshop, Abbyy FineReader.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of metadata standards for describing digital collections including Dublin Core, MODS, EAD.
  • Experience with institutional repository digital content management and platforms for digital collections including CONTENTdm and Islandora.
  • Knowledge of digital preservation workflows and best practices
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team involving multiple institutions.
  • Knowledge and experience with project management techniques and tools including software preferred.
  • Experience working with archival digitization vendors preferred.

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • Hybrid onsite/remote work
  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, and company-paid disability plans
  • Company match retirement plan (TIAA-CREF).

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: 

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and resume online to this link.

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about our Library, visit us online at www.auctr.edu.

 

EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAM:

Please be reminded that RWWL has an Employee Referral program in place! 

This policy applies to everyone who refers a candidate to the Library for full-time positions. For every candidate you refer who is hired and completes their first 90 days with the Library, the referring employee will receive a referral of $500.00!

Your name must be listed on the candidate’s application to receive the referral fee.

Digital Initiatives Librarian

SUMMARY:

The Digital Initiatives Librarian supports the continued development, implementation, and use of emerging technologies that enrich the teaching and learning landscape.

ABOUT THE LIBRARY:

The AUC Woodruff Library supports the teaching and learning missions of four institutions of higher learning that comprise the world’s largest consortium of HBCUs—Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, and Spelman College. Conveniently located and easily accessible to the campuses, the AUC Woodruff Library is the center of intellectual and social life at the Atlanta University Center.

ABOUT THE ROLE:

This position will partner with Archivists, Reference Librarians, and Information Technology staff to identify, build, and maintain our rapidly growing digital library collections. They will support and maintain existing software solutions for library and archival open source and vendor applications including but not limited to, Islandora, CONTENTdm, ArchivesSpace, and Handle. The Digital Initiatives Librarian will play a role in researching, testing, and proposing initiatives for technology innovations for the library in support of strategic goals including managing scanning and digitization activities for the library.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage scanning and digitization platforms, workflows, hardware, and software for all formats including print, audio, and video (20%)
  • In collaboration with library and technology staff, will identify and explore new and emerging technologies (20%)
  • Improve the efficiency and integration of existing implementations such as Islandora, ArchivesSpace, and Archive-It, including performing migrations, upgrades, and customizations (20%)
  • Partner with the Digital Curation Librarian to support library digital preservation initiatives, including born digital workflows (10%)
  • Assist in the development of new systems and applications, including project management (10%)
  • Support Archives Research Center staff with online access to new and legacy collections including the Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr Collection to ensure timely and convenient access by students, community, and scholars worldwide (10%)
  • Work with contract developers and vendors when necessary, and assist with new software implementations (5%)
  • Performs reference duties at public services desk and through online chat reference services (5%)
  • Performs other duties or special projects as required or as assigned by a supervisor.

WHAT YOU BRING TO THE ROLE:

  • Broad understanding of current and emerging trends in digitization and digital curation principles, standards, and best practices, including FADGI and Golden Thread
  • Familiarity with repository software technologies including both open source and vendor products, such as Islandora, Handle, CONTENTdm, and WordPress
  • Strong technological skills including some programming, familiarity with Unix/Linux and Windows operating systems
  • Knowledge of XML, OAI-PMH, and database design and construction
  • Experience with supporting archival management systems, such as ArchivesSpace
  • Knowledge of research data management and digital humanities an asset
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, and oral and written communications skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team and to foster a team environment
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, including Word and Excel

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Education

  • Graduate degree from an ALA-accredited library school with a concentration in IT or digital technologies preferred.

Experience 

  • Experience with creation, management, and usage of digital collections
  • Minimum of two years’ work experience in an academic library or archives
  • Experience with digital content management systems
  • Demonstrated experience with best practices in library and archives digitization techniques for a variety of formats

WHAT WE OFFER:

The salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, company-paid disability plans, and a company-match retirement plan (TIAA-CREF).

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and resume online to this link.

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about our Library, visit us online at www.auctr.edu.

EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAM:

Please be reminded that RWWL has an Employee Referral program in place!

 This policy applies to everyone who refers a candidate to the Library for full-time positions. For every candidate you refer who is hired and completes their first 90 days with the Library, the referring employee will receive a referral of $500.00!

 Your name must be listed on the candidate’s application to receive the referral fee.

 

 

PT Web Services Coordinator

SUMMARY

Reporting to the Assistant Director for Digital Services, the Web Services Coordinator is charged with leadership, project management, and hands-on work related to the planning, coordination, design, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation of the Library’s website, digital exhibits platforms, and other major online user interfaces. Through user experience (UX) assessment methodologies and web usage analytics, this position will chart a path of continuous improvement for the Library’s web presence that adjusts to evolving user needs, effectively utilizes new web technologies and practices, and reflects the Library’s core values, including a commitment to inclusive design.

As a cross-library position, the Web Services Coordinator is responsible for overall analysis, design, integration, content coordination, and evaluation of the Library’s online user interfaces. Where appropriate, this includes implementation, integration, evaluation, and improvement of user-interface customizations and integrations of proprietary library products affecting: discovery/searching of information resources, interlibrary loan, room reservations, library research guides, and other functional areas. The position works closely with technical as well as public-facing colleagues to integrate both proprietary and open source platforms into the Library’s interfaces. For individual projects requiring web developer support, the Web Services Coordinators will communicate project requirements and design needs with the Library’s Contract Developer, and/or vendors as appropriate, and will check in on a regular basis to adjust and revise requirements, as needed.

ABOUT THE LIBRARY

The AUC Woodruff Library supports the teaching and learning missions of four institutions of higher learning that comprise the world’s largest consortium of HBCUs—Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, and Spelman College. Conveniently located and easily accessible to the campuses, the AUC Woodruff Library is the center of intellectual and social life at the Atlanta University Center.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Supports the library’s existing cloud-based information ecosystem, including WordPress websites and digital exhibits, and Amazon Web Services (20%)
Manage any current or future migrations of the Library’s software related to the Library’s website, the GLAM portal and digital exhibit platforms (10%)
Champions the experiences of a diverse user community in research, design, prototyping, and implementation of Libraries’ web technologies (20%)
Identifies, proposes, and designs new features, and tools to enhance the Libraries’ web presence (15%)
Manages web analytics and user experience assessment methods to regularly measure the effectiveness of the Libraries’ web presence and identify opportunities for improvement (10%)
Develops documentation, trainings, policies, and procedures that empower library staff to contribute successfully to the Libraries’ web presence (10%)
Maintains data feeds between systems, including OAI-PMH and Digital Collections Gateway (5%)
Maintains advanced knowledge of web technologies, standards, and best practices (5%)
Performs reference duties at public services desk and through online chat reference services (5%)

QUALIFICATIONS

Educational/Training Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree
Master’s degree in Library or Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution of higher education or a non-US equivalent by the start of employment, preferred

Experience:

Two years of professional experience designing, developing, and maintaining websites or other web-based applications.
Experience working in an academic library, preferred

Licenses/Certifications: N/A

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Knowledge of current web technologies and best practices
Knowledge of best practices for usability testing, web analytics, and other UX assessment methodologies
Knowledge of current web accessibility standards
Knowledge of information architecture design, taxonomy/ontology creation, and writing content for the web
Knowledge of current trends and technologies in search and discovery
Ability to manage CMS-driven websites
Ability to work with vendors to ensure high-quality outsourced work
Ability to write and design web content using, at a minimum, HTML and CSS
Ability to manage complex technical projects
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Salary – $50 per hour

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and resume online to this link.

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about our Library, visit us online at www.auctr.edu .

EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAM:

Please be reminded that RWWL has an Employee Referral program in place!

This policy applies to everyone who refers a candidate to the Library for full-time positions. For every candidate you refer who is hired and completes their first 90 days with the Library, the referring employee will receive a referral of $500.00!

Your name must be listed on the candidate’s application to receive the referral fee.

Our Culture

Bring your skills and talents to the AUC Woodruff Library and you will find a unique and vibrant workplace that fosters and supports teamwork. Our staff is diverse and represents many nations, backgrounds and perspectives, yet we all work together to meet the needs of our students, faculty and other stakeholders. Enthusiasm is an evident factor with regards to how we carry out our work. We are an organization of transformation and growth, which means significant opportunities exist for talented and energetic individuals.

Employees are encouraged to develop personally and professionally.

Our Core Values

Our Core Values are a driving factor in the way we deliver service to our patrons and interact with each other.

  • Quality Service for All Customers
  • Competence in Services and Staff
  • Respect for the Individual
  • High Expectations for Performance

The AUC Woodruff Library does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, protected veteran status or any other characteristics protected by law.

Transparency in Coverage & Transparent Billing

In compliance with the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) directives, the library provides the following link to our Transparency in Coverage (TiC) Machine-Readable File URL:  MRF Access and Download. Please also see Your Rights and Protections Against Surprise Medical Bills.

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