The IRC hires friendly, knowledgeable students who are looking for a fun working environment! Must have: People skills, basic knowledge of computers, and the ability to work well with others.

A great way to gain valuable experience while earning extra money with raise opportunities after one semester!

Job Duties include:
  • Assisting faculty, staff, and students in reserving and checking out materials
  • Fingerprinting / Background checks
  • Troubleshooting equipment in IRC
  • Delivering and picking up classroom technology equipment
  • Keeping equipment clean and in good operating condition
  • Providing basic software and computer assistance
  • Monitoring computer labs, copy machines and printers
  • Shelving books and curriculum materials
  • Selling supplies

Hourly Positions of Employment:

    Equipment Circulation Manager

    Public Relations Manager

    Library Media Manager

    Finance and Operations Manager

    Undergraduate Student Employee

If you are interested in an hourly position with the IRC, please email an attached resume and filled out IRC application to Julee Henry at

Graduate Assistantship

    Library Media Specialist

  • Manage Library Media and Online Catalog
  • Process Fines and Overdue Materials
  • Supervise Undergraduate Employees
  • Coordinate with University Faculty/Staff
  • Host Annual Workshops and Book Fair

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For more information regarding graduate assistantships click here.

If you are interested in a graduate assistantship with the IRC, please email an attached resume, and filled out IRC application to Julee Henry at