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Edith Garland Dupré Library
Employment Opportunities


Edith Garland Dupre Library Employment Opportunities
Academic
Instructor of Library Science and Head of Electronic Resources and Serials Department
For other academic/professional positions on campus, see the university's posted Faculty and Unclassified Positions page:
http://personnel.louisiana.edu/node/6.
Classified/Civil Service
No positions available at this time
For more information on state Civil Service positions, see the university's posted Classified Staff Positions page:
http://personnel.louisiana.edu/content/career-opportunities/classified-staff-position-announcements or http://agency.governmentjobs.com/louisiana/default.cfm.
Students: Federal Work Study Program
Provides jobs on or off campus to eligible undergraduate and graduate students who have received a financial award letter.  For more information, refer to:
http://admissions.louisiana.edu/financial-aid/apply.shtml.
Students are assigned to a university department or a community service agency for an average of ten hours per week and paid the federal minimum wage
Once you have submitted your signed financial aid award letter you can check in Foster Hall Room 221 for work-study eligibility and/or availability
If a student is not eligible for work-study the individual can possibly still work on campus;
Students can be paid through departmental funds but it is their responsibility to check with departments (such as the Dean's Office of Dupre Library) for availability
Students: Dupré Library STEP Lab
For undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled full time in courses at UL Lafayette
Positions fill quickly, but applications always accepted online
To complete an application, go to: http://library.louisiana.edu/STEP/employee_application_final.shtml.