A community to support the special librarians of Minnesota.


To submit openings contact Dru Frykberg employment@minnesota.sla.org

Job Websites and Tips

SLA Career Center:

The SLA Career Center posts positions.  Create a profile and post your resume.  Search by city and state.  Utilize the RSS feed capability.

ALA Job List:

Create a profile for yourself.  Narrow search results by state.  Utilize the RSS feed capability.


 Create a profile for yourself.  Narrow search results by city and state.  Utilize the RSS feed capability.

 Metronet Minnesota Jobline:

 Utilize the RSS feed capability.  Metronet also provides the Minnesota Job Pathfinder for library positions.  This offers many more resources for finding positions


Create a profile and optimize it for the position(s) you are looking for.  Utilize the Jobs link and Advanced Search function to search for open positions by specified parameters.

Minitex Listservs:

 The listservs often include job postings in their emails.  Positions posted here often do not show up elsewhere.

 Minnesota Library Association Job Board:

 Utilize the RSS feed capability.

  St. Kate’s resources: MLIS blog and KatieClick for Alumni (Jobs)


  • Utilize RSS feeds and email listservs so that job opening notifications come to you, and you spend less time looking for them.
  • Job titles for those with an MLIS have changed, so many of the available positions may have different titles than they did previously.  In job sites like Indeed or Simply Hired, instead of searching for “Librarian,” try searching for one or a combination of the following words: search, searcher, index, taxonomy, content, knowledge, MLIS, MLS, library, information, metadata, semantic, ontology, “content management.”
  • Keep in mind that these terms may bring in many false positives.  For example, the term “Library” often brings up openings for CAD Designers in engineering.  Job titles of Librarian are still prevalent, but they are often more prevalent in public and academic sectors, while utilizing the other terms above will bring in more corporate sector positions.

Other Pathfinders

Other pathfinders exist for locating library job openings.

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About SLA-MN

The Minnesota Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) was founded in 1943 to share expertise and interests and to build a community to support the special librarians of Minnesota and the surrounding area. The chapter exists to provide these same opportunities and services to our members & partners.

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