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Job Listings

Monitoring current job listings can give you a good idea of what types of LIS positions are available. But, it can also give you ideas for the types of experiences you might want to pursue in order to secure a similar professional position upon graduation.

GSLIS Job Board: I-Link

GSLIS Career Services utilizes I-Link to present employment and experiential learning opportunities to students and alumni. I-Link is a powerful tool for finding entry-level jobs, hourly positions, internships, practicums, volunteer opportunities, and campus assistantships.The employers who post opportunities in I-Link are actively recruiting talent from GSLIS and the University of Illinois.

In order to access I-Link, students are required to create an account. I-Link will guide you through the account registration process. When creating an account select “Library and Information Science Career Services” in the “Career Services Affiliation” field. Students will be notified via email when GSLIS Career Services has approved their registration. Once registered and logged in, students will be able to search and apply for any available opportunities. 

Students and alumni may create an account and access I-Link, here.

NOTE: The GSLIS Community Forums Job Board will be retired in September 2014. Students and alumni should begin using I-Link at the start of the Fall 2014 semester.

The GSLIS Community Forums Job Board is open to students and alumni (log-in required) to help them conveniently find LIS positions that have been sent directly to GSLIS or that have been aggregated from various sources by GSLIS staff.

For questions about the use of the I-Link system or the GSLIS Community Forums Job Board, please contact Roy Brooks, Assistant Director for Career Services and Recruiting, at rebrooks@illinois.edu or (217) 333-6202.

Other Job Listing Websites

Academic Libraries

Public Libraries

Youth Services/K-12

Special Libraries

Non-Profit / Government / Community Informatics

Corporate Libraries and Information Centers

Digital and Information Technology

Archives/Special Collections

Data Curation

BioInformatics

International Librarianship


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