The Library Student Jobs Site includes student jobs available within the University of Toronto Libraries at the St. George Campus. These jobs are covered by the CUPE Local Full-Time and Part-Time Collective Agreement (see Student Casual).
The online library student jobs site allows you to
- Create a personal profile and upload resumes (PDF only)
- Apply for University of Toronto Libraries student positions
- Review and update your current applications
The University of Toronto Libraries thanks all applicants for their interest. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
- Advancement Office
- Eberhard Zeidler Library (Architecture, Landscape, and Design)
- Bora Laskin Law Library
- Collection Development
- Dentistry Library (Harry R Abbott)
- Earth Sciences Library (Noranda)
- Cheng Yu Tung (East Asian Library)
- Engineering & Computer Science Library
- Faculty and Student Engagement
- Gerstein Science Information Centre
- Information Commons
- Library Information Technology Services
- Mathematical Sciences Library
- Materials Processing
- Milt Harris Library (Business)
- Music Library
- Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library
- Robarts Research Library (all departments)
- OISE Library
- Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office
- Scholars Portal
- Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
- UofT Archives & Records Management Services (UTARMS)
- User Services, Robarts Library
To apply for positions in other U of T libraries not listed above
Please check with those libraries directly.
To look for more campus work opportunities
Register with the Career Centre.
The following are some tips for applying to student library jobs with the University of Toronto Libraries:
Tailor your cover letter to the job
- Cover letters and resumes that speak to the specific job and required qualifications stand out more than generic applications
- Think about:
- Why are you interested in the job you are applying for?
- Visiting the library website to learn more about it before applying
- How your skills are transferrable. You may not have direct library experience, but think about your other experiences – e.g., volunteer, clubs, previous employment – and how they can apply to the role. Highlight this in your resume and cover letter
About personal information
Please do not include personal information like photographs, age, or marital status
Format & content
- Keep a simple format for your resume and cover letter
- Focus on the content versus the style of your application
Contact your references and confirm they are available and willing to be listed as a reference on your application.
Here are some resources from U of T’s Career Centre that may help with your application:
- Support for creating your resume and cover letter
- Get help with interviewing
- Know your rights!
- Career Resource Library
Don’t be discouraged if you don’t hear back, don’t give up! Some postings are very competitive. We receive a very high volume of applications.
– Last updated: August 11, 2021