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Summer Position

Library and Archives Clerk

The University Library is accepting applications from current King’s students for a summer position.   

Library and Archives Clerk (responsibilities):

  • Serving patrons at the Circulation Desk (checking materials in and out, processing holds, helping with interlibrary loans, shipping)
  • Stack maintenance (shelving, shifting books, shelf reading)
  • Processing new books
  • Answering questions regarding library policies and services
  • Assisting patrons in using library equipment (computers, scanner, printer)
  • Assisting with requests for archival materials
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Qualifications:

  • Experience with patron services
  • Experience using Novanet/Alma (particularly the fulfillment module)
  • Experience in libraries and archives
  • Attention to detail, patience, curiosity, willingness to learn
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to multi-task and work effectively with the public in a team environment
  • Ability to work without supervision

This position would be suitable for those interested in pursuing a career in Information Management.

Hourly rate: Starting at $15.70/hour plus 4% vacation pay

Schedule: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., occasional weekends as required (35 hours/week)

Contract dates: Monday 13 May – Friday 16 August 2024 (negotiable)

Closing date: 21 April 2024

To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and resume to or drop off your application to the Library’s Circulation Desk in person.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

The University of King’s College is an Employment Equity/Affirmative Action Employer. We encourage and welcome those who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty including, but not limited to women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.

Our People


Our librarians are specialists who provide collections development, instruction, and research support for university programs and the wider King's community. Librarians all hold a master's degree in the applied disciplines of library, information or archival science, in addition to other credentials, relevant skills and experience.


Library Technicians

Working to give patrons a seamless experience, Library Technicians are often the first point-of-contact for library users and are here to provide circulation, reference, and access services. They have a range of backgrounds and education, and are graduates of library technician diploma programs.

Student Staff

Access to the library on evenings and weekends is only possible through the dedication of our Student Staff. They run the circulation desk and perform clerical duties, as well as take on the role of building monitor so that patrons can continue to use the space beyond the Librarians' 9 to 5. Any questions or services that are beyond the scope of what can be provided by the students will be passed along to our permanent staff as soon as they're next available, but don't hesitate to check with our Student Staff first! They're trained to help provide most circulation and research duties.


General Contact Information

If you're looking to contact the Library as a whole rather than an individual member of staff, you can reach us at:

Circulation Desk Phone: 902-422-1271 ext. 171

Tracy Lenfesty

University Librarian and Archivist

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BA (Mount Allison), MLIS (Dalhousie)

After completing her BA in English and History at Mount Allison University, Tracy graduated from Dalhousie with a Master of Library and Information Studies in 1995. She has held a number of positions in the Nova Scotia Natural Sciences/Natural Resources Library in Halifax, including Head Librarian.
902-422-1271 ext. 119

Patricia Chalmers


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BA (Vind), MSc (Drexel)

The expert on all of the Library's collections, with particular emphasis on the Rare and Special Collections.
902-422-1271 ext. 174

Max Fleischman


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MA (Simmons)

Max Fleischman earned his Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons College, and has previously worked in library systems and technical services at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Manitoba, and the Nova Scotia Provincial Library. He is also on the faculty at the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts, where he teaches piano.

Michael Jozsa

Library Technician & Head of Access Services

Michael completed his Bachelor of Arts at Saint Mary’s University with a focus on History and completed the Library and Information Technology program at NSCC. Michael likes talking a little bit about history and a lot about Liverpool FC.

Andy Curry

Library Technician & Interlibrary Loans

Andy graduated from NSCC’s Library and Information Technology Program in 2023 with the Highest Recognition Award for academic achievement and support for her peers. She has a passion for making library resources accessible to all, and believes that the only bad questions are the ones that aren’t asked. Outside of her work at King’s Library, Andy keeps busy with volunteer work, gardening and baking.