Job Opportunities

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Position: Date Posted: Location:
Copyright/Fair Use Librarian (Associate Librarian) 1/17/2024 Sterling C. Evans Library & Annex
Book Arts & Historic Press Room Librarian (Assistant Librarian) 1/23/2024 Sterling C. Evans Library & Annex
Assistant Editor 1/31/2024 Texas A&M University Press
Public Services, Outreach, & Engagement Coordinator (Associate Librarian) 2/9/2024 Cushing Memorial Library & Archives
Curriculum and Instruction Librarian (Associate Librarian) 2/9/2024 Medical Sciences Library (Round Rock)
Library Specialist II 2/9/2024 Sterling C. Evans Library & Annex
Data Planning and Presentation Librarian 2/12/2024 Sterling C. Evans Library & Annex
Conservator (Associate Librarian) 2/13/2024 Sterling C. Evans Library & Annex
Research & Education Librarian (South Texas) 2/13/2024 Kingsville, TX

Opportunities for Students

The University Libraries hire a number of student workers in positions such as: AskUs desk worker, IT student tech, preservation and digitization assistant, shelving assistant, and administrative clerk. We offer flexible work schedules and locations allowing students to work in between classes right on campus. Any student at an institution of learning is eligible to work for the Libraries. Students do not have to attend Texas A&M and some positions are available for high school students. 

TAMU students can browse open positions and apply at the student employment portal: Jobs for Aggies.

Non-TAMU students can email for a list of open positions. To apply, fill out the Non-TAMU Student Application and email it to


Why You Should Work for Us

When you join Texas A&M University Libraries, you have the backing of a supportive university with abundant benefits. You are welcomed into a working environment where you can live well!

These FREE benefits include:

Librarian-Specific Benefits

Offers to librarians at Texas A&M University include relocation stipends. Once you get here, you’ll earn $3,000 travel and training budgets each year! You can learn and grow at our libraries and your partner can too. Texas A&M offers job search assistance for partners through the ADVANCE Center. 

Depending on years of experience, Texas A&M Librarians earn an average of 15 vacation days per year in addition to 12 to 15 holidays each year.

Additional benefits include:


Who We Are

Julie Mosbo-Ballestro
Julie Mosbo Ballestro,
University Librarian

Texas A&M University Libraries

The Libraries serve one of the largest universities in the nation with over 77,000 students, and 4,000 faculty members. To serve these groups effectively, the Libraries are provided with an abundance of resources to support librarians and librarian professionals. 

University Librarian & Assistant Provost Julie Mosbo Ballestro has a bold vision on moving the library into a future focused on connecting, discovering, and creating. 

"Now is an exciting time to be part of Texas A&M University Libraries,” Mosbo Ballestro said. “We are an innovative and risk-taking organization that aligns our services with the University’s academic and research enterprise mission. I support a leadership team and library culture that values dignity, empathy, and accountability. I hope you will consider joining our organization and aiding us in our mission." 

—Julie Mosbo Ballestro, University Librarian & Assistant Provost

Where We Live

Recognized as one of the nation’s top ten cities for families and retirees, Aggieland resides in Bryan-College Station, a community Forbes Magazine named as the #1 Best Small Place for Business and Careers in Texas and #2 Best Small Place for Business and Careers in the United States (2019). 

Bryan-College Station offers the low-traffic benefits of a small town with the concert and nightlife benefits of a big city. The community is located a few hours away from Texas' four biggest cities and the coast for those who desire a weekend getaway to the beach.

Families can thrive in a community that offers one of the lowest property tax and crime rates in Texas. There is a low cost of living in Bryan-College station, outstanding school districts and no state income tax. 

Contact Us

Gari Jones
HR Manager

Kim Wolfe
HR Generalist III

Keanna Jefferson
HR Generalist II