Student employees are an important part of Library & Technology Services at Lehigh University. We are one of the largest employers on campus. Opportunities span from entry-level positions requiring no specific experience to highly specialized roles working with innovative and cutting-edge technologies.
We often have openings in the following areas:
- Library Circulation Desk
- Lehigh Libraries Special Collections
- Help Desk
- Communications & Graphic Design
- STARS (Student Technology & Repair Services)
- Information Security
- Help Desk
- College and Admin Computing Consulting
Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL):
- Digital Media Studio
- TRAC Fellows
- CITL Student Fellowships
Why work for LTS?
Students choose to work in Library & Technology Services because of the flexible schedules, competitive pay, and convenient locations. Positions include work study, non-work study, and internship opportunities.
We provide hundreds of students with real-world, hands-on opportunities to explore their areas of interest, discover their passions, and build professional skills that complement classroom learning. Student employees gain and develop a broad range of competencies including programming, computing and networking, scholarly publishing and digitization, as well as leadership, problem-solving, customer service, collaboration, and communication skills.
Our student employees are undergraduate and graduate students, Pennsylvania natives, residents of states all across the U.S., and international students. LTS is committed to diversity in hiring.
Get a jump start on your career and join our team!
What You Need to Know: Timelines & More
Hiring in LTS takes place on a continual basis as needed. Each of our departments manages their own hiring. Generally, most positions become available immediately before the fall and spring semesters, although positions can be posted at any time. We have multiple locations with differing regular schedules, so taken as a whole, daytime, evening and weekend shifts are available across campus. Students are typically employed in either the EWFM or Linderman Libraries and the EWFM Computing Center.
Please note that the recruiting process for our positions is decentralized. All applications must be submitted through the University's Handshake system for consideration. After you log in to Handshake, search "Lehigh University-LTS" for a list of job opportunities.
For information on the status of your application, please send a message to the email address listed in the job posting.
Be sure to submit at least a cover letter, expressing your interest in a position in LTS. A full resume is preferred. Be sure to include your skills and experience at any level. If your qualifications are not a good fit for one position, they may be for another! LTS will attempt to match you to a department where your skills best align with need.
Library & Technology Services is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. Lehigh University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital or familial status, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.