Summer Employment Opportunities

UNBF Libraries is hiring for the following summer positions.

Please submit all applications through our online application by April 20th.

Make sure you select the  Summer Moving Project  ✅ option to apply.


Student Assistants:

1-2 full-time positions are available beginning late April to assist with a Library moving project.

Key responsibilities include:

  • lift heavy boxes
  • load and unload cargo van
  • experience with Excel
  • operate a Scissor Lift (training provided)

Qualifications:

  • have a valid Canadian Driver’s license
  • be a minimum of 21 years of age (required by vehicle rental agreement)
  • attention to detail
  • be available Monday to Friday, 8am – 4pm

Mailroom Student Assistant:

1  full-time general labor position is available.

Key responsibilities include:

  • assist with mail delivery
  • inter-campus deliveries
  • general Library maintenance
  • other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • have a valid Canadian Driver’s license
  • be available Monday to Friday, 8am – 4pm

Teachings and Tea – March 25

Join us for Teachings and Tea: Thirteen Moon with Opoloahsomuwehs – UNB Elder-in-residence Imelda Perley. This session will include a talking circle, ceremonies, traditional teas, and ancestral teachings.

Sunday, March 25th
1pm – 3pm
Harriet Irving Library
1st floor, Reading Room #(109)

All are welcome!

Borrow Tools

Did you know that you can borrow tools from the Engineering & Computer Science Library? These tools are intended for small household projects, with a loan period of 3 days.

Some of the available tools are:
•  Pliers
•  Screwdrivers
•  Hammer
•  Tape Measure
•  Scrapers
•  Ratchet Set
•  Wire cutters & strippers
•  Power Drills
•  Drill Bit Sets
•  Hand Saws
•  Level
•  Arduinos
•  Raspberry Pis

Fair Dealing Week

Join Jeannie Bail and Joshua Dickison in a discussion about the current state of Fair Dealing in the context of the Canadian Copyright Act Review. Sharing small portions of work for educational purposes has been added to the acceptable uses within the Canadian Copyright legislation, this right is now being debated by the publishing community and there is a potential that education could be removed from the language.

Please join us on Wednesday, February 28th, in the Milham Room (#100) at the Harriet Irving Library, 12:00 – 1:00pm with your questions and concerns for a brown bag discussion over lunch.

Teachings and Tea: Feb. 25th

Join us for Teachings and Tea: Thirteen Moons with Opoloahsomuwehs – UNB Elder-in-residence Imelda Perley. This session will include a Talking Circle, ceremonies, traditional teas, and ancestral teachings.

Sunday, February 25th
1pm – 3pm
Harriet Irving Library
1st floor, Reading Room #(109)

All are welcome!