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Be sure to read the position description and application instructions thoroughly, and follow all instructions. The two most important things you can do toward getting an interview are submitting clear availability for the times we ask for and submitting an original cover letter that follows instructions and answers the questions we ask, making sure to address the specific job you're applying for.
Think of it as a pre-interview--show us that you're a great candidate for the job! Hint: if you give us the same cover letter you turn in for every job or something you found online, that's probably not what we're looking for. We want to get to know you!
NAU Career Development has loads of helpful resources for your job search, whether you're looking for something now or thinking ahead to your career after college!
Do you have general questions about working at Cline Library?
Don't see the Cline Library job you want in Handshake? That department does not have any available positions right now, but check back!
Fall 2022 Applicants
Attention Fall 2022 Applicants: We have received over 300 applications for available positions. We ask that you refrain from emailing to check your application status, calling to check your application status, or coming to the library to speak with someone in person.
Please allow our supervisors the opportunity to consider all applications fairly and equally; checking with us will not give your application further consideration. Each applicant will receive notification about their application via Handshake. Thank you for your consideration, and best of luck in your job search!
Student Jobs at Cline Library
Thank you for your interest in working at Cline Library! The library is a large and diverse organization with a number of units that employ NAU students for various jobs. The library could not operate without the help of our amazing student employees.
Use the tabs on the left to learn more about the wide variety of student positions within the library. Any student positions that are open will be posted in Handshake.
Don't see any open positions? Keep checking back!
Northern Arizona University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action institution.
Minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Federal Work Study
While the Cline Library encourages applications from Federal Work Study (FWS) eligible students, we hire student wage positions as well. Please feel free to apply regardless of your eligibility for FWS.
FWS is a federally funded employment program available to undergraduate and graduate students who exhibit financial need as calculated from their FAFSA information. The FWS program helps students meet their educational expenses through part-time employment.
International students are encouraged to apply for library student jobs for which they are qualified. Please be aware that some of the positions require a strong proficiency in reading and speaking English, and some also require applicants to be available for more than one semester.
International students are limited to working 20 hours per week.
For more information, please see the Center for International Education job information for F-1 Students and for J-1 Students.
If you have any questions about a job for which you'd like to apply, please contact the supervisor for that job.
Required Identification Documents
When you are hired to work any job, you must provide identification to serve as your proof of eligibility to work in the United States. For most people, that requirement is fulfilled by one of the following two options:
A state-issued driver license or state ID in addition to your original, signed, unlaminated social security card.
A United States passport (a passport card for crossing the border to Canada or Mexico is acceptable).
You will be required to provide identification to meet these requirements upon being hired for any job (on campus or off campus), so it is a good idea to make sure that you have them in your possession in advance if you are applying for work.