Employment and Professional Practice Programs

Cultural Collections Projects Program

The Cultural Collections Projects Program enables students, alumni and volunteers to work behind the scenes with the University's many cultural collections. See the Cultural Collections projects web page for details.

Library and Information Professional placements (TAFE or University)

The Library supports the profession by providing placements for Library and Information students. Placements take place in block mode for three weeks at the end of September to mid October. Library school coordinators will need to contact Sandra Woods (Manager, Library Programs) by no later than the end of May of each year regarding placement applications.

Enquiries to: Sandra Woods: Email: s.woods@unimelb.edu.au Telephone: 03 8344 5551.

Professional Library Cadetship Program

This program provides a fantastic opportunity for cadets to be paid whilst gaining valuable professional experience at one of Australia's top academic libraries whilst studying. See the Professional Cadetship page for details.

Employment at the University of Melbourne Library

Continuing or fixed term employment positions in the Library are generally managed through the University of Melbourne Human Resources Jobs website.

Most years, Student Library Assistants (SLAs) or Student IT interns (SITs) are employed casually to work at any of our Libraries as required, they assist with basic enquiries, shelve or handle materials into collectionsand they provide peer assistance to students.

SLAs or SIT interns must be current University of Melbourne students to be part of either program.

Job announcements for 2019 are through Careers Online.

For enquiries relating to the recruitment of these positions, please email Sandra Woods (s.woods@unimelb.edu.au); Telephone: 03 8344 5551.