Student Employment

student worker

 

Are you a positive, dedicated person? Do you have basic computer and customer service skills, but you're looking for more?  And most importantly, do you love books, technology and helping others? Then, a job at the library may be for you!

T​he UCBA Library is always looking for enthusiastic people to join a welcoming work environment, focused on providing exceptional service. UCBA Library is the ideal place for students looking for part-time work to fit into their class schedule. Some benefits include:

  • ​Convenient hours
  • Friendly work environment
  • Comparable pay
  • Storage space for personal belongings
  • Acquire library skills to assist with your course research
  • Acquire customer service skills
  • Earn recommendations for future job applications
     

If you’re a ​positive, reliable and ​service-oriented person who shares our core values (below), we encourage you to consider joining our staff.​

To apply for student employment at UCBA Library, complete the online application.  

 

UCBA Library Student Assistant Core Values

What we believe & how we act: Achieving success requires great students who actively demonstrate the following values and behaviors.

Resourceful

  • Recognizing when you need help and asking.
  • Using your tools to answer questions.
  • Problem solving unique situations.

Professional

  • Being punctual, reliable, and following the Student Handbook.
  • Displaying expertise and care in your work, being efficient, and managing your time wisely.
  • Representing yourself and the library well by being polite, respectful, and honest.

User Focused

  • Offering proactive service by greeting users, making yourself available, and answering questions efficiently and completely.
  • Being focused and willing to help; remember users come first.
  • Providing factual and reliable information equally and without bias.

Open Communication

  • Promoting and participating in pro-active discourse across all positions.
  • Actively listens to and values the questions, concerns, and ideas of others.
  • Meeting face-to-face and fostering open discussions.

Team Oriented

  • Working together in a respectful manner.
  • Being accountable for what you do and say.
  • Learning from others and sharing feedback.

 

This page was last reviewed on 5/17/18.