Students interested in working with us can apply for open positions listed on UNC Asheville's student employment site.
Our student employees are vital to the functioning, warmth, and vitality of the library. Student positions range widely and include: helping library users at our front desk, keeping our collections orderly both in the building and online, helping with academic research and presentation design, sound and video recording and editing, and scanning historical collections.
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Library Services Student Assistant
Library Services Student Assistants act as the first point of contact for visitors to Ramsey Library. Often times, you will be at the Research & Checkout desk, helping folks find what they need and working with the public. The responsibilities may include checking materials in and out, answering the phone, responding to requests, assisting with projects, creating displays, keeping accurate statistics, and (depending on the shift) assisting with opening and closing Ramsey Library.
|Library Resource Maintenance Student Assistant
Library Resource Maintenance Student Assistants act as logistical support in Ramsey Library. Often times, you will be performing your job behind the scenes, working with materials and logistics to make sure folks can find exactly what they need. The responsibilities may include shelving materials, pulling materials for our holds shelves, responding to requests, assisting with projects, keeping accurate statistics, and (depending on the shift) assisting with opening and closing Ramsey Library.
|Interlibrary Loan Student Assistant
Student assistants in Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery are responsible for helping staff process loan, borrowing and delivery requests with minimal supervision. Must be able to multi-task and follow instructions. Attention to detail, legible handwriting, dependability and punctuality are very important. Duties include: looking up call numbers; pulling items from stacks; packing items for delivery via mail, scanning articles; utilizing interlibrary loan tracking software; delivering requested items; answering phone and taking complete messages when unable to answer questions; routine clean up in work area; notifying supervisor when supplies are running low. This is a fantastic job for someone who wants to go into a field that requires a lot of organizational expertise after graduation!