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Staff and Faculty Positions

Software Developer

  • Salary Range: $60,040 to $75,000
  • Closing Date: July 7, 2022

The Software Developer provides programming support to the University of Maryland (UMD) Libraries for the development and delivery of applications, with a focus on applications which support development and management of web pages and large-scale digital collections. They include tools for metadata management, search, and discovery of digital collections, tools for acquisition of digital collections, access to and retrieval of digital objects in the collections, and tools for preservation and maintenance of digital collections over the long term.


Research Developer (Hourly)

  • Hourly Payrate Range:  $35.00 to $42.38
  • Closing Date:  Opened until filled

The Research Developer supports the Pool Reports Collection of the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA). The WHCA was founded in 1914 to promote excellence in journalism and robust reporting on the U. S. president and the U. S. presidency. The WHCA members form a press pool that provides journalistic reporting on the daily activities and events of the President and Vice-President of the United States. The University of Maryland Libraries serves as the official repository for the WHCA Pool Reports Collection, which includes both paper and digital pool reports.


Financial Coordinator 

  • Salary Range: $50,000 - $60,000
  • Closing Date:  06/20/2022

As a member of the Libraries Business Office, this position provides financial and accounting support to the University of Maryland (UM) Libraries. Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Administrative Services, the Financial Coordinator responsibilities include, but not limited to, performing complex professional accounting work such as account reconciliations, journal entries, analysis and manipulation of financial data related to the UM Libraries’ state, contract, grant and other accounts, the preparation of monthly financial reports for the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) consortium and assisting the Assistant Dean with special projects as assigned, including being the team lead on various projects. The Financial Coordinator is also responsible for the procurement and accounts payable functions for the University of Maryland Libraries, including monitoring open encumbrances and maintaining the departmental purchasing card, and serves as a backup for the travel and accounts receivable functions for the University of Maryland Libraries. In addition, this position will be the point person for coordinating the assessment and evaluation programs for the Libraries.


Learning & Development 

  • Salary Range:  $55,000 to $62,000, salary is commensurate with experience
  • Closing Date: June 24, 2022

Reporting to the Director of Libraries Human Resources, the Learning & Development Coordinator completes a variety of tasks to support the Libraries Human Resources (LHR) office with primary responsibility for planning, designing, developing, and facilitating learning and development programs for University Libraries employees. The Coordinator actively works to promote a culture of continuous learning, improvement and development. Duties are performed at the professional level and include: training development and facilitation, needs assessment, project management, participating in the execution of large-scale organizational projects and strategic plan initiatives.


Associate Director, Special Collections & University Archives, Librarian (Open Rank)

  • Salary Range:  $52,000 to $90,000, salary is commensurate with experience and rank at appointment
  • Closing Date:  June 19, 2022

The collections and services of the University of Maryland Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) are at the heart of the research and teaching mission of the university. Collection strengths include labor history, Maryland history and culture, modern Japanese history, mass media and culture, history of the book, women’s history, historic preservation, American and British writers and poets, music and performance studies, and the history of the University. Collection highlights include the National Public Broadcasting Archives, the Library of American Broadcasting, the George Meany Memorial AFL-CIO Archive, the Gordon W. Prange Collection, the Katherine Anne Porter Collection, and the International Piano Archives at Maryland. The SCUA staff is committed to reaching out to the research community at large, facilitating access to these world-class collections that document key aspects of the human experience at the university, local, state, national and international levels.

To help lead this dynamic suite of collections and services, the University of Maryland Libraries seek an experienced and visionary leader as Associate Director of Special Collections and University Archives.


Head of Open Scholarship Services (Open Rank)

  • Salary Range: negotiable and commensurate with appointed rank and experience
  • Best Consideration By: May 18, 2022

Open Scholarship Services (OSS) is a refocused front-facing program within the University Libraries, administered by the Associate Dean, Collection Strategies and Services. The OSS Head is responsible for providing visionary leadership and oversight of the OSS team and program. The OSS Head will participate in campus-wide efforts to open, share, and preserve the University’s scholarship and research.


If you have any questions regarding Staff and Faculty positions at the University Libraries, contact Tiffany Rogers at or 301-405-9249. 

For all open positions at the University of Maryland, please go to the UMD's jobs site.

Background Check Notice

Offers of employment are contingent on completion of a background check. A prior criminal conviction or convictions will not automatically disqualify a finalist from employment in the position.

Vaccination Requirement

The University of Maryland has made the safety of our students, faculty and staff, and our surrounding communities a top priority. As part of that commitment, the University System of Maryland (USM) recently announced that students, faculty, and staff on USM campuses this fall, including UMD, are required to be vaccinated against COVID. As a prospective and/or a new employee at UMD, you will be required to comply with the University’s vaccination protocol. Proof of full vaccination will be required before the start of employment in order to work at any University of Maryland location. Prospective or new employees may seek a medical or religious exemption to the vaccination requirement at and must have an approved exemption prior to the start of their employment. Failure to provide proof of vaccination or to obtain approval for a medical or religious exemption will result in the offer of employment being rescinded.

Verification of Credentials

Upon the request of the University, Appointee agrees to have sent to the University, upon its request, certified copies of any transcript(s) reflecting the award of degree(s) listed as received on the Appointee’s curriculum vitae.  Appointee further agrees to provide to the University, upon its request, evidence of employability as required by the United States Immigration Laws.  Appointee agrees that the employment of Appointee is terminable by the University if at any time Appointee fails to provide such evidence.

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