Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

The mission of Kent State University Libraries is to deliver unparalleled opportunities for success in learning, research and discovery to our users wherever they are in the world.

Kent State University Libraries is a member of the Association of Research Libraries and the OhioLINK Consortium.  The Libraries include six (6) Kent Campus locations, LaunchNET and the Kent State University Press, as well as libraries on each of the University’s regional campuses and at the College of Podiatric Medicine.  We provide the University and surrounding communities with excellent resources and services to support the success of our students, strong faculty research, and an engaged community.

We seek committed individuals interested in sharing our efforts to fulfill our mission. Please consider the following employment opportunities:

  • Data Librarian  

    Twelve-month Faculty, tenure-track, Assistant Professor rank.

         The Data Librarian provides comprehensive data services in support of the University’s teaching, learning, and research needs.  The Data Librarian leads the data management initiatives of University Libraries and works collaboratively with other units to define and meet the University’s research data needs. Manages daily operations and functions of the Map Library, and supports the teaching and research programs of the departments of Geography and Geology. As needed, will also provide support for the University’s interdisciplinary institutes and non-academic units.

  • Life and Health Sciences Librarian  

    Twelve-month Faculty, tenure-track, Assistant Professor rank.

          The Life and Health Sciences Librarian ensures that the research and instructional needs of students and faculty working in the Life and Health Sciences disciplines are met. Life and Health Science disciplines at Kent State include Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Nursing, Public Health, and the programs in the School of Health Sciences in the College of Education, Health and Human Services. As needed, will also provide support for the University’s interdisciplinary institutes and non-academic units.

  • STEM Librarian  

    Twelve-month Faculty, tenure-track, Assistant Professor rank.

         The STEM Librarian ensures that the research and instructional needs of students and faculty working in the STEM disciplines are met. STEM disciplines at Kent State include Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Advanced Materials, Liquid Crystals, Mathematics, and the programs in the College of Aeronautics and Engineering. As needed, will also provide support for the University’s interdisciplinary institutes and non-academic units.