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 Graduate Student and check out the job postings link on the School of Information, 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 JobList
- 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