Jobs at K-State Libraries

K-State Libraries values a diverse work force and seek applicants whose talents would enrich our organization and community in new ways.

Unclassified Positions (Faculty/Non-tenure track Professionals)

Head, University Archives and Special Collections

K-State Libraries seeks a creative, progressive and forward thinking leader committed to building research collections that support scholarship, who is passionate about new directions for modern special collections, and who is highly knowledgeable about emerging information and library technologies.  The Head of the Richard L. D. and Marjorie J.

Programmer I

Programmer I in Manhattan, Kansas

Programmer I


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Programmer I in Manhattan, Kansas

Student Positions

You must be enrolled at K-State in at least six credit hours during the fall or spring semester. Students eligible for Work Study receive preference. K-State's complete eligibility policy including summer work.

Student Assistant I - Special Collections

The Richard L.D. and Marjorie J Morse Department of Special Collections is home to the manuscript collections, specialized print materials, and University Archives. The mission of the department is to collect, preserve, and make accessible materials the strengthen its research collections, including Kansas State University, the Consumer Movement, Kansas life and culture, military history, cookery, agriculture, science fiction, and juvenile literature, to support the research of K-State faculty, students, and staff, as well as the general public.


Student Programmer - Systems and Application Development

The Library IT Services Department collaborates with library staff in creating value added services by using a wide array of tools that include both open source (dspace, drupal, etc) and vendor driven products.  As part of our team, our student developer will assist in exciting opportunities to enhance existing services in the areas of repository development, scholarly publishing, web development and content management systems.  This is an excellent opportunity to gain real-life experience in the processes of design, development and maintenance of applications.

Last updated: 04/07/2015