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.
Cline to Career
At Cline Library, we're dedicated to helping our student employees prepare for their careers beyond NAU. We work with NAU Career Development to ensure our student jobs and training are focused on enhancing your skills in the National Association of Colleges and Employers Career Readiness Competencies. Each level 2 User Experience Assistant will work toward one of our level 3 student jobs based on availability and the student's interests. We look forward to providing an enriching working and learning experience beyond "just a job" to help you graduate with the skills you need.
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.
For more information, please visit The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid: Federal Work Study and Student Employment.
Cline Library loves international students!
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.
If you have any questions about a job for which you'd like to apply, please use the Ask Us button on this page.
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:
For more information about this requirement and to check for alternative identification options, visit U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services I-9 Acceptable Documents.
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.
If you are an international student who does not have a Social Security Number yet, no worries: we'll work with you to get the work authorization you need if you're offered a job here.