Job Listing Sites and Resources
- If you are new to the information profession, or it has been a long time since you conducted a thorough job search, find everything you need to get started from guidelines, to checklists, to tips and tricks for how to find a library job on liswiki.com.
- For general information about wages, trends, and related job titles, see Summary Report for United States and America's Career InfoNet
- Read about tips on Planning an IS/LS Career as a SLIS Graduate Student and check out the job postings link on the School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University Bloomington's website.
Read featured articles on library and information science careers.
- LIScareer.com. Practical career development advice for new librarians and information professionals.
- 30+ Super Library & Information Science Careers. This article on LibraryScienceList.com highlights some of the "hottest jobs available today in the field of librarianship."
- Teachercertificationdegrees.com provides an overview of the library science profession, degree information, and includes a link to the "top 50 school library blogs."
- School Librarian Career Outlook and K-12 Teacher Certification Guide by State.
- How to Find That First Job: Tips and Techniques for LIS Students.
- Building Your Virtual Brand. Meredith Farkas summarizes how your ePortfolios can work to your advantage.
- Finding a Library Job–Updated. Rachel Singer Gordon lays out the steps to successfully breaking into a tough but exciting job market.
- LJ Placement and Salary Survey for 2011. The latest and the greatest from Library Journal on who is getting hired and how much they are getting.
- Tactics for Job Hunting in Hard Times. A panel from the recent Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference highlighted the best ways to approach job searching, resume and cover letter-writing, the interview process, and more.
- The Info Pro's Survival Guide to Job Hunting. The article covers the worst way to find a job, the easiest way to find a job, and then maps out “The Invisible Job Market for Information Professionals.”
- Early Career Survival Techniques. Here's how one librarian's strategies can help others gain a foothold.
Job Listing Sites
- American Association of Museums
- Archivist Jobs
- Employment Resources, Organizations and Associations
- Get Archivist Jobs
- Government Library Jobs
- H-Net Job Guide (Academic Position Announcements)
- Internet Library for Librarians
- School Librarian Jobs
- INALJ (I Need a Library Job)
- Library Job Postings on the Internet
- Library Jobs (LibrarySpot.com)
- Museum Jobs
- Networked Librarian
- Taxonomy Jobs
Job Listings: Regional
- California: BayNet Libraries
- California: California Chapter, ACRL
- California: California Library Association JobMart
- California: Community Colleges Registry
- California: Northern California Association of Law Libraries (NOCALL)
- California: SLA, Sierra-Nevada Chapter
- Canada: Canadian Library Association
- Delaware: Drexel University College of Information Science and Technology Job Postings
- New Hampshire: New Hampshire State Library–Library Joblines
- New York: New York Library Association
Job Listings: Professional Associations
- ALA Listings
- Library Employment Resources
- American Association of Law Librarians
- American Theological Library Association
- ARLIS JobNet
- ARMA International
- ASIS&T Jobline Online
- Association of Research Libraries
- Complimentary Memberships
- Medical Library Association
- Music Library Association
- SCIP Job Marketplace
- SLA Career Center
- Society of American Archivists
- Visual Resources Association
Job Listings: Specific Employers