Find all of our open employment opportunities at Washington University Libraries, and learn more about working and living at Washington University in St. Louis.
Open Staff Positions
- Collections Analyst (JR66593)
- Digital Library Applications Developer (JR65953)
- Digital Preservation Specialist (JR66720)
- Help Desk Assistant (JR67552)
- Help Desk Assistant (JR67553)
- Library DevOps Engineer (JR64556)
- Senior Web Developer (JR65891)
To apply to the position(s) listed above, please select and follow the link to the posting. You can also visit jobs.wustl.edu to search for or browse other employment opportunities at Washington University.
Visit our Student Employment at the Libraries for a listing of open positions and information for new student workers.
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