Job Hunting Toolkit
Job hunting? We can help.
NMRT offers services to our members to help with your job search:
Or take a look through our links for resume tips, interviewing tips, job sites, advice from HR librarians, tips on those seldom discussed difficult decisions, and more:
Look for this icon for North Carolina specific information!
- ALA's New Members Roundtable
Chock full of career development resources including conference workshops, guidelines for resumes and cover letters, current salary info, and more!
ALA's New Members Roundtable Grants, Scholarships, and Awards
Background infomation on the three annual awards made by ALA's NMRT.
Library of Congress
Tools and resources for information professionals.
- Submit an article, or book/website review to ALA's Endnotes
Job Hunting Resources:
I Need a Library Job
Contains interviews about librarian "success stories," articles, and more. Check out the Daily Jobs Digest for up-to-date job openings across the country.
Posts nationwide job opportunities on a daily basis.
NCJOBS: From the North Carolina Library and Information Network
If you're looking for a library position in North Carolina, look no further. NCJOBS posts info on job openings from academic entry level positions to school librarians to public library directors. (Search Hint: search within the Department of Cultural Resources.)
NC Live's Job Portal
View resources to help you find, apply for library and teaching jobs.
The North Carolina State Library
The state library's web site is a gold mine of information about NCLIN, the state library, and other public libraries in North Carolina and includes numerous links to other sources of interest to public librarians.
Tips and Tricks for Job Seekers Panel
Trying to get a job in libraries? Not sure how to put your best foot forward? Watch this recording of what the people doing the hiring have to say. They give an overview of what they are looking for and answer questions about how to get hired in the current job market.
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