2018-2020 Residency Librarian(s)- Texas

Approximate date of posting 10/13/2017

 Position: Diversity Residency Librarians

  • Eligibility Received a      Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from an American      Library Association (ALA)-accredited institution (or international      equivalent)
  • Up to 5 Years’ post      MLS experience as a – librarian in either an academic, special, public or      school library

Location: College Station Texas

Company/Organization   Texas A & M

Schedule/Hours Full-time

Time Frame 3 years

Compensation: aculty rank will be Lecturer and salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience; minimum starting salary will be $48,000.  Excellent benefits include health plan and paid life insurance; several retirement plans including TIAA and Fidelity; paid holidays and vacation; no state or local income tax. Funding is available for professional travel and development activities.

Source https://joblist.ala.org/job/diversity-residency-librarians/37484320/

Description: Texas A&M University Libraries seeks two creative, energetic, and dynamic early career librarians to participate in a 3-year non-renewable term, post-master’s residency offering professional experience and the opportunity to contribute in an academic research library.  The Libraries is a member of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance. Our residency program supports the Libraries’ commitment to build a diverse profession.  The residency is designed to meet both the professional goals and interests of the Residents as well as the service and operational priorities of the Libraries. In the first year, the Residents will work in multiple functional areas, to experience the different aspects of a large academic research library, including scholarly communications, instruction, and special collections.   In the second year, the Residents will plan and execute a major project in their chosen area of focus.  Residents will provide service and gain valuable experience in multiple facets of academic librarianship through this process.  During the third year, the Residents will continue in their chosen area of focus while searching for a full-time tenure-track position in an academic research library. Mentoring will be provided.  The Residents will serve on the faculty Search Advisory Committee

How to Apply: Applicants should provide a Cover Letter (of no more than 2 pages) that speaks to the following:

  • Interest in professional education development and service in the library profession
  • What you expect to gain from participation in the residency
  • Short and long-term professional goals
  • Perspective on working with a diverse population and customer service in a library
  • Personal and professional experiences that contribute to your future success as a librarian (interpersonal skills, flexibility, teamwork, initiative, innovation)

Please submit cover letter, resume, and the names, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references.  References will not be contacted without contacting the candidate first and verifying permission.  Send nominations and applications via email to LibrarianJob@library.tamu.edu or mailed to Jan Pfannstiel, Assistant Dean for Diversity Initiatives, Texas A&M University Libraries, 5000 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-5000. 

POC: Jan Pfannstiel, Assistant Dean for Diversity Initiatives,

Website: http://www.library.tamu.edu

Deadline: Applications received by November 116, 2017 will be given first consideration.


2018 National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship

Approximate date of posting 10/12/2017

 Position: Medical Library Fellow

Eligibility recent library science graduates interested in a career in health sciences librarianship

Location: Bethesda, Maryland

Company/Organization  National Library of Medicine @ National Institutes of Health

The National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship is a one-year residency program (with an optional second year) for recent library science graduates interested in a career in health sciences librarianship. The program combines curriculum and project work and is located at the National Library of Medicine on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland

Schedule/Hours Full-Time

Time Frame 1 year residency (with an optional second year)

Compensation: Annual stipend of $54,972
• Additional funding to support purchase of group health insurance
• Up to $1,500 in relocation support
• Funding to support attendance at local and national conferences

Source http://sjudlis.com/2017/10/10/the-national-library-of-medicine-associate-fellowship-application-deadline-january-26-2018/


The Associate Fellowship provides knowledge and skills in project work ranging from:

  • Data analysis of programs and services such as extramural grants, indexed journal articles, controlled vocabularies, datasets, and customer inquiries
  • Creation of online tutorials and educational awareness videos
  • Social media outreach
  • And more, including legislative tracking, web site enhancement, disaster information outreach studies, and review of next generation discovery interfaces

The Associate Fellowship offers opportunities for professional development through:

  • Participation in lectures, exercises, conferences, short and extended visits to other health sciences libraries
  • Workshops on work style, resume review, negotiation, and presentation skills
  • Mentorship from a program coordinator and NLM staff who serve as preceptors

This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and NIH. The initial appointment is for one year, but may be renewed upon recommendation of NIH contingent on the availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. The appointment is full-time at NIH in the Bethesda, Maryland, area. Participants do not become employees of NIH or the program administrator, and there are no fringe benefits paid. 

POC:  If you have questions, send an email to nihprograms@orau.org. Please include the reference code (NIH-NLM-17-01) for this opportunity in your email

For information about the program, contact Kathel Dunn, PhD, Program Coordinator, at kathel.dunn@nih.gov

Website: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/training/associate/proginfo.html

How to Apply: https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/3554

Deadline: January 26, 2018

Fall/Winter 2017 Audio Archives , DC Reformatting Intern

Approximate date of posting 9/15/2017

 Position: Reformatting Intern

Eligibility current students or recent graduates

Location: Washington, DC

Company/Organization  National Public Radio

NPR’s Research, Archives & Data Strategy (RAD) team partners with all programs and divisions to address a wide spectrum of information needs and to maintain NPR’s complete audio archives. As part of our continuing efforts to make our content available digitally, we are recruiting an intern to contribute to audio reformatting objectives.

Schedule/Hours Full-Time

Time Frame Unspecified

Compensation:  $12.50 per hour

Fall (40 hrs/wk for up to 14 weeks): a max of $7,000

Winter/Spring (40 hrs/wk for up to 14 weeks): a max of $7,000

Source https://archivesgig.wordpress.com/2017/10/04/washington-dc-paid-audio-reformatting-intern-national-public-radio/

Description:  Working under the supervision of RAD team members on digital reformatting of NPR’s audio archive, our Reformatting Intern will:

  • Participate in all stages of reformatting workflows including materials prep, playback and signal extraction, and digital asset management
  • Develop an in-depth understanding of legacy media formats and associated technology
  • Annotate and promote archives-related content to RAD social media accounts

How to Apply: In your cover letter, please tell us about your:

  • Coursework and/or experiences digitizing audiovisual materials
  • Knowledge of best practices related to the care and preservation of open reel magnetic tape and optical media
  • Demonstrated interest in audio engineering and digital asset management
  • Knowledge of digital file formats
  • Flexibility with respect to working on multiple projects and shifting priorities
  • Ability to articulate the importance of audio preservation to stakeholders and others
  • Ability to balance attention to detail and accuracy with an understanding of “the big picture”
  • Experience handling deadline pressure and establishing priority among competing demands
  • Ability to work independently and/or collaboratively as needs of the project dictate
  • Ability to establish rapport quickly and easily with colleagues
  • Experience managing the expectations of others
  • Excellent communication skills, both in person and in writing
  • Passion for current events, history, music, pop culture

Website: http://www.npr.org/about-npr/181881227/want-to-be-an-npr-intern

Deadline: Unspecified

Spring 2018 Internship: New York Public Radio: WYNC Archives

Approximate Date of Posting: October 10, 2017

Position: Archives/Digitization

Eligibility: Any student (undergraduate or graduate) or person who has graduated no more than 12 months prior to the start of the internship period to which he/she is applying.

Location: New York, New York

Company/Organization  New York Public Radio/WYNC

Interns at NYPR are given a robust internship program with hands-on responsibilities.  The goal of our internship program is to provide our interns with a substantive, meaningful work experience so that each intern concludes the internship period with demonstrable skills in his/her area of interest, plus knowledge of public radio, in general.
The NYPR Radio Archives currently maintains a collection of more than 60,000 cataloged broadcast recordings dating from June 1927 to the present. These recordings cover the gamut of the station’s activities as one of the nation’s earliest public broadcasters.

Schedule/Hours: 15 hours per week

Time Frame:  January – May

Compensation 11.50 per hour

Source: http://www.wnyc.org/story/new-york-public-radio-internship-program/


This internship will provide an opportunity for a qualified student to collaborate with the Archives’ staff on several ongoing digitization and access projects.  Over the course of the fall, the intern will learn the analog-to-digital transfer process, work within the Archives’ PBCore database, and help create content for the Archives’ website.

What your internship will entail: 

  • Hands on experience in archives management
  • Learn analog-to-digital workflows for archival audio preservation
  • Learn standards-based media cataloging
  • Contribute to the archives social media presence: writing blog posts; curating Tumblr page.
  • Cataloging broadcast material, cleaning and replacing tapes
  • Duplicating and quality controlling CDs
  • Reformatting archival recordings
  • Assisting Archives staff in organizing holdings in the vault
  • Identifying orphan materials


  • Excellent writing skills
  • Be familiar with public radio
  • Have an interest in audio archives
  • Have some familiarity with audio formats
  • Have some familiarity with the PBCore metadata schema
  • Have a good sense of 20th-century history
  • Must be enrolled in an accredited library school or archives program to earn course credit
  • Must be consistently available for a minimum of 15 hours per week
  • Must have a proven willingness to learn new skills

If you would like to be considered for this role you must submit:

Your completed online application, a recent copy of your resume, a cover letter expressing why you would like to join the team at NYPR.

Apply: http://jobs.jobvite.com/newyork-public-radio/job/oF2A5fw6/apply

Website: http://www.wnyc.org/story/new-york-public-radio-internship-program/


Deadline: November 31, 2017

2018-2018 Visual Arts-Special Collections Cataloging-California

Approximate date of posting 9/28/2017

 Position: Special Collections Cataloging

Eligibility Internships are open to students of all nationalities. Applicants must be:

  • Students currently enrolled in a graduate program (Masters or Doctorate) in a field relevant to the internship(s) for which they are applying.

– or –

  • Individuals who have completed a relevant graduate degree on or after January 1, 2015, with postgraduate activities in their field, paid or unpaid.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Company/Organization  The J Paul Getty Museum

The Getty Research Institute library collections include over one million books, periodicals, study photographs, and auction catalogs as well as extensive special collections of rare and unique materials. Focusing on art history, architecture, and related fields, they begin with the archaeology of prehistory and extend to the contemporary moment.

Schedule/Hours Full-time

Time Frame  8 Months

Compensation: Grant amounts are $20,000 for eight months, plus $1,000 towards relocation expenses. Housing is not provided. Support for research travel is available for up to $2,500. Graduate Interns are eligible to enroll in the Getty’s health care plan. Please note that grant funds may be subject to federal and state taxes and deductions. Employer will assist with relocation costs.

Source  SAA  http://careers.archivists.org/jobs/10319272

Description: The intern in Special Collections Cataloging will gain hands-on experience with the GRI’s unique research collections, which include archives of artists, architects, dealers and art historians; sketches and drawings; prints from the 16th to the 21st century; rare photographs; and video and audio recordings. Among wide-ranging collection strengths are art collectors and collecting, 20th-century architecture, video and performance art, and Latin American art. The intern’s primary responsibilities will be to process and catalog special collections, with other projects assigned according to the intern’s skills and interests. Specific tasks may include re-housing and arranging materials, writing finding aids, creating catalog records, writing blog posts, contributing to team-based processing projects, and collaborating on digitization projects.

Where to Apply https://getty.fluxx.io/user_sessions/new

POC: Phone: (310) 440-7320
E-mail: gradinterns@getty.edu





Applicants are required to complete and submit the online Graduate Internship application form by 5:00p.m. Pacific Time on November 1, 2017.

 Due to the large volume of applications received, staff is unable to respond to application-related questions once the deadline has passed. Finalists will be contacted for phone or in-person interviews in January 2018. All applicants will be notified of the Getty Foundation’s decision in the spring of 2018.

2018 Summer Salzburg Global Seminar

Approximate Date of Posting: September 14, 2017

Full-time/Part-Time: Full-Time

Paid/Unpaid: Unpaid, but free on-site accommodation at Schloss Leopoldskron, all meals and a return ticket for their country of origin are included.

Time Frame:  Three months

Start dates for the three month internships are available throughout the year. Applicants should state their months of availability in their application.

Source: Salzburg Global Seminar  http://www.salzburgglobal.org/who-we-are/job-opportunities/internships.html

Location: Salzburg, Austria

Position: Library Internship


Salzburg Global Seminar is seeking a self-motivated, pro-active library studies graduate for an internship in the historic Max Reinhardt Library of Schloss Leopoldskron and the Salzburg Global archives. This is a unique opportunity allows the intern to be the point of contact for Salzburg Global’s small collection and leverage their own network to learn and get real world experience.  

he purpose of the library is to provide access to, and organize specific material in support of the educational mission of Salzburg Global. The Library Intern supports Salzburg Global staff, Fellows and Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron guests. The composition of the collection reflects past and current topics of Salzburg Global Seminar sessions. The Library is an open-stack, non-lending library but may be open to non-participants upon request.

Duties include:


  • Assist in the shipping of the existing archives off-site
  • Organize and scan photographic archives


  • Catalog of all new acquisitions using the Dewey Decimal System in our open source integrated library system, OpenBiblio
  • Restack and shelve books that are out of place
  • Write gift plate and thank you notes


  • Maintain existing subscription and their renewals as required
  • Research to find articles relevant to session topic

Session responsibilities:

  • Identify potential faculty and invitees for sessions
  • Compile list of resources for Salzburg Global Seminar sessions as requested
  • Compile reserve shelf for upcoming sessions
  • As needed, provide tech and administrative support for upcoming sessions


Helpful academic or professional backgrounds: Candidates should have recently completed postgraduate studies in library and information science or a related area, which should include at least one cataloging course. Candidates should have previous volunteer, internship or professional experience in a library setting.

Other requirements: The candidate must be able to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with rapidly shifting priorities.

Candidates must also be comfortable working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and at all levels of the organization, including senior executives, in a creative, but formal and professional environment, e.g. business attire is required. Enthusiasm for the global mission, exceptional organizational and writing skills, attention to detail, and internet research and Microsoft Office Suite skills are required.


The internship is full-time for three months. The position is unpaid, but the successful candidate will be provided with free on-site accommodation at Schloss Leopoldskron, all meals and a return ticket for their country of origin, as well as excellent networking opportunities with the international participants of our programs. German language skills are not required.

POC  Michaela Goldman, Internship Program Manager, Salzburg Global Seminar: hr@salzburgglobal.org


Salzburg Global is now accepting applications for the Library Internships taking place in 2018. Each internship is three months long with start dates periodically throughout the year. Please state your months of availability and preferred starting month. We will take this into consideration when assessing your application. To apply, please send your covering letter of motivation, your CV, and the names and contact details of two references to Michaela Goldman, Internship Program Manager, Salzburg Global Seminar: hr@salzburgglobal.org

Application Deadline: October 20, 2017


Digital Archives Intern- Remote- Bahamas

Approximate date of posting 9/27/2017

 Position: digital archives, digital preservation, or web development

Eligibility Remote internship opportunity for anyone who has experience with digital archives, digital preservation, or web development

Location: (Remote)

Company/Organization  University of the Bahamas

SeaGrass: Stories and Writers of the Bahamas is a digital project that will archive the oral and literary traditions of the Bahamas. One of the greatest resources that a country has is its cultural history. This project enacts a call to cement in public memory not only the cultural objects of Bahamians but also the stories, literature, and histories that make up the cultural narrative of the Bahamas. This work is directly connected to national development because of its mission to record and archive oral and literary culture in the Bahamas.

With SeaGrass, we will launch a project for the acquisition, preservation, and dissemination of oral and literary narratives in the Bahamas. The mission of the project will be twofold: 1) We will collect biographical information pertaining to contemporary and historical Bahamian authors in order to create a reference database for students, teachers, and citizens of the Bahamas. 2) We will collect oral narratives by Bahamian community members to create an archive of oral storytelling. The two prongs of this project will work in conjunction with each other to create the parameters for the archive. The digital form will allow for the project to continue and grow from its initial phase to include more Bahamian artists and storytellers.

The entire digital archive acts as a repository by storing hypermedia materials to allow long term access to the public. This project aids in the preservation of The Bahamas’ oral and literary traditions as well as disseminating knowledge about contemporary Bahamian writers. This project will build the Bahamas’ national reputation as one with a robust oral and literary tradition.

Schedule/Hours To be arranged, Flexible

Time Frame Unspecified

Compensation: Unpaid

Source http://news.cci.fsu.edu/jobs-and-internships/cci-internships/ischool-internships/remote-internship-opportunity-for-those-with-with-digital-archives-digital-preservation-or-web-development-skills/


The first section of the archive on established writers will serve as a source for Bahamian students, teachers, and citizens. It will also be freely available on the web for international scholars and students who may be studying Bahamian writers. We will provide biographical information and a list of works for each Bahamian author featured on the site. The goal is to be comprehensive and include authors from the past and contemporary authors; the comprehensiveness will be built over time so we will start with contemporary writers important to the Bahamian and UB communities and build from there. In addition to basic information about the authors, further content for each author could contain sample work, interviews, images, and other articles.

The second section of the project will engage the larger community by recording oral narratives from community members. In the initial stage of the project, we will record oral histories and narratives from community members in specific locations, such as the Gambier and Adelaide communities.

As the project continues, it will be expanded to include communities around the country. We will pilot this oral history collection project in New Providence and one location on the family islands during the initial phase of the project. Additionally, we will be able to incorporate assignments into our classes where students record and document oral narratives.

This project is modeled after storytelling collection projects in the United States, such as StoryCorps. The goal of StoryCorps is not only to collect stories but also to highlight stories from populations who are not regularly represented on the larger national scale. The focus on oral narratives is an important part of this project because it recognizes the orality of the Bahamian culture and will give voice to people who are not as comfortable or practiced at representing themselves in print.

Proposed Methodology and Data Analysis:

We initially will collect the information to be documented within the archive. This includes recording interviews through video of the storytellers and contemporary writers, obtaining biographical information of both parties, excerpts of works, and photographs. When appropriate, we will also include music audio and artwork related to the writers’ thematic emphases. We then will archive this information and materials on a website titled SeaGrass: Stories and Writers of The Bahamas.

POC: Tiffany Austin, Project Coordinator, School of English Studies, University of the Bahama
(242) 302-4385 

Website: Unspecified

Deadline:  Unspecified

2018 NICKELODEON (Spring) Archive & Resource Library Internship Archive

Approximate Date of Posting: September 15, 2017

Position: Archive & Resource Library Internship

Location: Burbank ,CA

Company/Organization Nickelodeon

Schedule/Hours  Typical business hours are 9:00AM to 6:00PM.

two full days per week (16 hours), but some departments may require more than two days. Interns may work no more than 35 hours per week.

Time Frame:  Starts in February and wraps in April/May

Compensation:Internships are paid at a standard competitive hourly rate (California).

Source: https://www.nickanimationstudio.com/nickelodeon-internship-program



Finding NICKterns is not an easy task! We need plenty of time to match up the right candidate with the right team. That’s why we encourage you to submit the application by the deadlines below. For any applications received after the deadline, we will do our best to accommodate, but there is no guarantee that you will be considered for the position.


– Be hard-working

– Be passionate

– Be creative

– Be nice

– Be orange

and most importantly…BE AWESOME!


Candidates must meet and comply with ALL of the criteria below to be eligible for any Viacom Internship Program:

– Proper work authorization is needed to be employed within the United States.

– Interns must be available for a minimum of 10 weeks. An extension may be requested by the department following the 10 weeks, but may not overlap with the next internship semester.

Interns must be available to work a minimum of two full days per week (16 hours), but some departments may require more than two days. Interns may work no more than 35 hours per week.

– Internships are open to current, matriculated college juniors, seniors, and recent grads. All applicants must be enrolled in an accredited, degree-granting college/university. Graduate students, MBA candidates, and law school students also accepted.

– Upon acceptance, we will require a letter from your college/university confirming you are a matriculated junior, senior, graduate student or law student. Failure to provide this letter at orientation may result in dismissal for the program.

– College credit is not required, but we will provide appropriate documentation if necessary and upon request.

– Please note that we do not offer housing. Guidance on accommodations is available upon request.

Website: http://www.viacomcareers.com/burbank.html.

Deadline (s):

Summer Semester Deadline: April 1st
Starts in June and wraps up in August

Fall  Semester Deadline: July 1st
Starts in November and wraps in November/December

Spring Semester Deadline: November 1st
Starts in February and wraps in April

Resident Librarian- 3 years- University of Virginia

Approximate date of posting 9/18/2017

 Position: Resident Librarian

Eligibility: Candidates must have received the M.L.S. or M.L.I.S. degree no earlier than January of 2016.

Location: Charlottesville, Virginia

Company/Organization University of Virginia, Charlottesville

The University of Virginia Libraries has an annual budget of about $38 million, with more than 5 million books in open and closed stacks, over half a million ebooks, more than 200,000 electronic journal subscriptions, and 20 million artifacts in the Harrison Small Special Collections Libraries. We remain a pioneer in digital humanities, and are home to the Scholars’ Lab, which debuted a decade ago and continues a source of innovation and rich discovery. Neatline, Blacklight, Praxis, Spatial Humanities and other programs, tools, and concepts influential in the digital humanities were born here. We have a long history of collaboration with other institutions on projects that include Fedora (the repository platform), Academic Preservation Trust, the Virtual Library of Virginia, ARL, and SPARC.

Schedule/Hours Full-Time

Time Frame 3 years July 1, 2018 – 6/30/2021

Compensation: $60,000

Source acrl-rig-request@lists.ala.org

Description: The University of Virginia Library invites applications from early career librarians for our three-year Resident Librarians program. The program is part of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance.

Residency: Residents will have professional opportunities in areas of the Library and affiliated organizations including but not limited to Scholarly Communication, Special Collections, Preservation, and Scholar’s Lab for Digital Humanities, IT, User Experience, Library Services, Content & Acquisitions, and the Data Science Institute. Each resident is expected to shape the residency to his or her interest, and design and deliver a capstone project as part of this three-year appointment.

Website: https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1505737931531

Point of Contact: For information, please contact Phylissa Mitchell at lm6g@virginia.edu.

Deadline: December 15, 2017