Frequently Asked Questions
How does LibraryJobline work?
LibraryJobline contains postings for libraries and information services job opportunities.
While you don’t need an account to view the job postings, making an account is required to receive email alerts on job opportunities. To make an account as a job seeker, navigate to libraryjobline.org/login – on the right, select "I’m looking for a job" from the dropdown menu. Once your account is set up, you can set your notification settings in your profile, allowing you to receive new postings that fall within your criteria.
Employers post their job opportunities on LibraryJobline themselves. If you wish to post your job, you will first need to make an account and then submit your job posting. Your job posting will be reviewed before being approved by a member of staff (usually within the same business day).
To sign up as an employer, navigate to libraryjobline.org/login – on the right, select "I am an employer" from the dropdown menu.
What kind of job postings do you accept?
LibraryJobline accepts postings for jobs within or closely related to library and museum services. We may, at our discretion, remove postings that do not meet this requirement. If you are unsure if your job fits, feel free to drop us a line at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you ever accept links or blog posts from unaffiliated businesses, vendors, or individuals?
No – the site is strictly for posting job opportunities. These types of requests are spam and are ignored.
Can I edit or delete my job posting?
To edit your posting, first navigate to the post’s webpage (click “Your jobs” in the dropdown menu in the top right-hand side). Click the blue “Manage Post” to edit any part of your posting.
We encourage you not to delete expired job postings. Posts that are past the application deadline or that are older than 3 weeks are marked as expired on the site and a message is clearly displayed at the top of the post. Expired job posts are a key feature of Library Jobline because they serve as valuable data for job seekers and employers doing research, and because we use the data at the State Library to publish annual reports about workforce trends.
However, you may delete a posting by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking “Delete Post” in the bottom right.
How can I delete my account?
If you have a LibraryJobline account, you may delete it at any time by logging in and accessing your profile or by emailing us at email@example.com. If you’re a job seeker who gets new job notifications, you can delete your account by clicking the “unsubscribe” link that’s included in every message we send you.
Why did you edit the salary on my job posting?
We reserve the right to edit your posting, although we will never change the substance of your posting. If the salary is updated, this is because Colorado's Equal Pay for Work Act requires employers to disclose compensation in job posts. If you don’t include this, we may contact you and ask you to update your posting before we can approve it.
How can I contact LibraryJobline?
The easiest way to contact us is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are our full contact details:
Colorado State Library
Colorado Department of Education
201 East Colfax Ave, Suite 309
Denver, CO 80203