Marriott Library Jobs


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Academic Librarian Positions




Benefited Staff Positions

Serials Acquisitions Supervisor

This position has ultimate responsibility for the payment of all serials subscriptions within the Acquisitions Department. The position maintains Library subscriptions by working with vendors, publishers, and other staff on claims, dropped titles, additions, cancellations, title changes, vendor changes, price increases, title URLs, and other serials-related tasks. This position manages the processing of newly acquired print serials, monographic sets, and newspapers. The position works closely with Collection Development and helps troubleshoot problems and manage records. The position communicates with foreign, domestic and specialized vendors in order to place, track, and invoice active orders and operates vendor tools and platforms. This position also supervises a student employee. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to fostering a diverse educational environment and workplace, and the ability to work with a diverse student and faculty population.

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Systems Administrator

We are hiring for two system administrator openings with similar responsibilities. All applicants will automatically be considered for both openings. If applicants wish to be considered for only one of the positions, please indicate your preference in the supplemental question section. One position is intended to focus on Windows platforms, and thus requires experience with SCCM (System Center Configuration Management). The other position is intended to focus on the Mac platform and thus requires experience with Jamf Pro, and External Patch Server.

These positions will be in the Client Platform Services team to design, configure, build, and document server & client systems infrastructure for use by students, staff, and faculty. They will perform general systems administration duties as assigned including distributing software, updating operating systems, configuring changes to client systems with appropriate technologies as needed. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to fostering a diverse educational environment and workplace, and the ability to work with a diverse student and faculty population.

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Catering & Food Service Coordinator

This position is a .75 benefited position. In coordination with the Events and Scheduling Coordinator, this position plans, implements and coordinates various details associated with meal planning and menu services at meetings, seminars, conferences, educational training, social events and other related activities; including multiple locations. Responsible for all food service within the Library. Performs preliminary planning and budget estimation for the library in events including but not limited to conferences, events, meetings and other special events. May be required to work occasional nights and weekends as events require. May supervise part time staff.

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Student Positions

Please note: For the Marriott Library to be able to appropriately monitor hours worked, part-time employees are generally asked to restrict their work with the University of Utah to Library employment only, unless an exception is granted. Please contact Jordan Waite for questions about this policy.


UU Student-Systems Administration

As part of an upper-tier team, assists in administering Windows systems and the infrastructure supporting them to meet student, staff and teaching needs in a thriving central campus hub. Experience & knowledge with specific Windows and Information Technology preferred qualifications (listed below) are helpful, but training and mentoring will be provided to help applicants develop more advanced skills and knowledge.

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Manuscripts Processor

The Manuscripts division is seeking a curious, motivated and enthusiastic student to help arrange and describe archival collections. Our division houses one-of-a-kind documents from a wide variety of persons including politicians, river-runners, scientists, housewives, community activists, religious leaders and everyone in between. It is the work of a Manuscripts Processor to make these items accessible to researchers. If working directly with historic documents in an intellectually stimulating environment appeals to you, consider applying for the Manuscripts Processor position.

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Internships and Other Opportunities