Employment

 

William & Mary is one of America’s oldest and best universities. Located in beautiful, historic Williamsburg, Virginia, the university claims both Jon Stewart and Thomas Jefferson as alumni. U.S. News and World Report recently ranked us sixth among all public universities, and the Library itself was ranked 17th on the list of best college libraries in the country. Working at William and Mary Libraries offers the opportunity to make a positive impact in the educational experience of our small, smart, diverse student body and the chance to experiment with new technologies and projects.

The Libraries provide support for training and opportunities for campus wide engagement.  We are committed to enhancing and promoting diversity and inclusion, and we welcome applications from individuals who have life experiences similar to those of underrepresented populations of the University.

The College is committed to offering its employees an attractive program of benefits that fosters well-being, acknowledges the need for balance in the work, family and personal lives of employees which, in turn, enables and sustains a productive workplace. To view benefits available, please go to http://www.wm.edu/offices/hr/currentemployees/benefits/classifiedandoperational/index.php.

Living in Williamsburg offers residents multiple opportunities to explore and experience U.S. history, to visit riverfront beaches and restaurants, to play at major tourist attractions, and to invest time in personal pursuits, such as  music, art, museums, shopping, food and wine/beer, hiking/bicycling, nature, sports and water sports, festivals, and more.  Williamsburg feels like a small college and tourist town, and is within an hour radius of larger cities such as Richmond and Virginia Beach. 


Faculty/Staff Positions

  • Visiting Instruction Librarian (3)

    Posted , open until filled.

    Are you enthusiastic about teaching? Do you have a passion for student learning?  Does the idea of working with bright, hard-working students and outstanding faculty excite you?  If all those sound like you, then please consider working with the library instruction team at William & Mary Libraries for the next ten months as a Visiting Instruction Librarian.

    William & Mary Libraries has three immediate openings for creative, collaborative, and proactive librarians to serve as Visiting Instruction Librarians.  These positions are time-limited (contracts begin 9/1/17 and will end 6/30/18), full-time, and benefits eligible with an annual salary of $48,000.  The Visiting Instruction Librarians will focus primarily on instruction and research assistance for students in their two required first-year courses (COLL 100 & COLL 150), including delivering classroom instruction, performing research consultations, developing research guides and tutorials, and assisting with assessment.  The Visiting Instruction Librarians will work under the supervision of the Coordinator of Library Instruction and Assessment.

    William & Mary Libraries welcome applications from new graduates and early career librarians; during their ten months here, the Visiting Librarians can expect thorough training and support as they develop their professional skills.  We are committed to enhancing and promoting diversity and inclusion, and we welcome applications from individuals who have life experiences similar to those of underrepresented populations of the University.

    For more information about the requirements and to apply, please visit: 

    http://jobs.wm.edu/postings/29192

    William & Mary is one of America’s oldest and best universities. Located in beautiful, historic Williamsburg, Virginia, the university claims both Jon Stewart and Thomas Jefferson as alumni. U.S. News and World Report recently ranked us sixth among all public universities, and the Library itself was ranked 17th on the list of best college libraries in the country. Working at William and Mary Libraries offers the opportunity to make a positive impact in the educational experience of our small, smart, diverse student body and the chance to experiment with new technologies and projects.

    Living in Williamsburg offers residents multiple opportunities to explore and experience U.S. history, to visit riverfront beaches and restaurants, to play at major tourist attractions, and to invest time in personal pursuits, such as music, art, museums, shopping, food and wine/beer, hiking/bicycling, nature, sports and water sports, festivals, and more.  Williamsburg feels like a small college and tourist town and lies within an hour radius of larger cities such as Richmond and Virginia Beach. 

    Please visit the William & Mary website for more information about benefits for professional faculty:  http://www.wm.edu/offices/hr/currentemployees/benefits/12monthprofandfac...   

    The College of William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.


Student Positions

We love our student assistants!   We couldn't provide the services we offer without you.  On average we employ 120 student assistants during the academic year, most hired at the beginning of the fall semester. We give preference to students with work-study financial aid.

To apply, complete our application for student employment. See also our student employment policy and About Student Employment & Federal Work Study from W&M's Financial Aid Office. Contact Ashley Gonzales with any questions.

  • Research Graduate Student Assistant

    The Swem Library Research Department has openings for Public Service Assistants. The students in this position will work up to 20 hours per week.

  • Digital Production Assistant

    Work as part of William and Mary Libraries Digital Services, to assist in the digitization of collection materials, providing easier access of materials to patrons. Student in this position will primarily assist in the scanning of archival or Special Collections materials.