The following are current employment opportunities within the USC Libraries:
Information on application procedures, benefits, salary ranges, and other full-time staff employment opportunities at USC can be found on the USC Employment Opportunities Web page.
The USC Libraries actively support the discovery, creation, and preservation of knowledge. We develop collections and services that support and encourage the academic endeavors of faculty, students, and staff; build a community of critical consumers of information; and help develop engaged world citizens. Through these means, we contribute to the continued success of the University of Southern California.
USC's libraries house collections of more than four million volumes, over 6,400,000 microforms, 3,000,000 visual materials, nearly 49,000 linear feet of manuscripts and archives. They subscribe to over 120 electronic databases and more than 76,000 journals in print and electronic formats. Annually, reference transactions number close to 116,000 and approximately 1,300 instructional presentations are made to 16,000 participants. USC is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the National Digital Library Federation, the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium and the Big 12 Plus Library Consortium. Additional information about USC and the USC Libraries can be obtained at: University of Southern California Web site and USC Libraries.
The University of Southern California Founded in 1879, USC is an international center of learning, enrolling more than 37,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students on the University Park and the Health Sciences campuses and offering degrees through its David and Dana Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, the Graduate School and 16 professional schools. It ranks in the top 10 among private research universities in the United States in federally funded research and in voluntary support. USC is one of only four private research universities in the western United States elected to membership in the Association of American Universities, a group that represents the top one percent of the nation's accredited universities and which accounts for nearly two-thirds of all federally sponsored research.