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The UBC Okanagan Library is at the heart of a young, dynamic campus and rapidly expanding student body. The UBC Okanagan Library is a nexus of scholarly engagement where faculty, students, staff, and local community collaborate, discover, and create in an inclusive and welcoming environment. We invite you to explore faculty, staff, and student positions below.


Faculty positions are posted on the UBC’s Faculty Openings page.

Learning & Curriculum Support Librarian

(Fixed Term Appointment, Full-time, 12 months)
The University of British Columbia | Okanagan Campus
Application deadline: May 19, 2024 by 11:59 pm

The University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus is situated in Kelowna on the traditional, unceded territory of the Syilx Okanagan Peoples.

The Library at UBC’s Okanagan campus invites applications from creative, service-oriented librarians committed to supporting research excellence and transformative student learning experiences for a full-time, 12-month contract position as the Learning & Curriculum Support Librarian. Reporting to the Associate Chief Librarian, Engagement and Access, this position, in conjunction with colleagues, is responsible for faculty liaison in assigned academic units, including reference service, collection development, and instructional programs. Current liaison coverage includes English, Education, and foreign language studies, and additional areas assigned may vary depending on the candidate profile.

We are looking for candidates with up to two years’ relevant experience who welcome an opportunity to work closely with staff, faculty, students, campus colleagues and the broader Okanagan community.

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  • Graduate degree from an accredited program of library, information science, or equivalent internationally accredited program;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of general subject liaison responsibilities, including reference and research help, instructional design and delivery, and collection development;
  • Demonstrated interest in and understanding of key developments in information literacy (IL), assessment, teaching and learning, educational technologies, and general pedagogical approaches related to teaching and learning;
  • Familiarity with academic library systems and their applications to reference and research services used in an academic environment.

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Staff positions are posted on the UBC’s Staff Openings page.


The UBC Okanagan Library hires students on a regular basis for various positions including Learning and Technology Assistants, Writing Consultants, Graduate Writing Assistants, and Language Consultants as well as student assistants for project-based work. The majority of our hiring takes place in the spring and early fall. 

Most of our student positions are posted on the UBC Okanagan Job Board.