Nancy Jacobs-Dilley, HR Coordinator
Human Resources, USF Libraries


Applying for a Position

To apply for a position at the USF Library you need to create an application using Careers@USF »

Temporary Positions: Student Assistants, Federal Work Study (FWS), and Non-Student

All temporary positions at USF Tampa Library are posted on Careers@USF, the university’s online recruitment system. Click on “Temporary” for list of positions available to non-students. Click on “Student” for the list of all temporary positions. To learn more about student employment check out Student Employment@USF.

Full Time Positions: Faculty, Administration, and Staff

All positions at USF Tampa Library are posted on Careers@USF, the university’s online recruitment system. Some positions will indicate an application end date and others will be open until filled.

New Users

To search job openings at USF go to Careers@USF. To apply for a job, click the “Create Application” on the green bar on the left side.

Returning Users

Go to Careers@USF, click the “Login” link to left, and enter your username and password to (1) edit your existing application, (2) apply for new jobs without re-entering your information, and (3) review the status of positions for which you have applied.

Careers@USF primary method of applicant communication is via email. Please note that, when completing the application, you will be asked to provide an email address. If you do not have an email address, you will be directed to several online sites that offer free email accounts. Additionally, you may check the status of your application by clicking on Application Status.

If you have questions, contact Human Resources at USFCareersHelp@usf.edu »

To request disability accommodations in the application and interview process call (813) 974-2970.

Library Supervisors (Temp)

(813) 974-2729

4202 E. Fowler Ave. LIB122 Tampa FL 33620

Library Initiatives

Scholar Commons | Karst Information Portal
Holocaust & Genocide Studies | Florida Studies Center
Oral History Program | Textbook Affordability Project

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