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Libraries and information technology organizations should comply with legal requirements and generally accepted employment practices and are encouraged to pay all librarians with the MLS degree and no experience more than the minimum recommended entry-level salary of $43,000 per year.

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Thank you for your interest in sharing your Texas library job opportunity! TLA is nationally recognized as the go-to hub for library jobs in Texas. To post a position, you or your organization must be a current TLA member. Non-librarian HR managers can join at the individual advocate membership level .

All TLA members have immediate access to posting positions. In addition, TLA members receive special job listing benefits including:

  • Receive electronic reminder five days before your listing expires
  • Ability to extend job listings
  • Invitations to special career events and activities

Questions? Contact Kelly Dibbens , 512.328.1518 x.153

NOTE: Texas Library Association (TLA) is not responsible for the content or accuracy of these job postings. TLA has the legal right to reject any job posting or advertising that it deems inappropriate for any reason, including, but not limited to the failure of a posting or ad to comply with the written guidelines, the substantive complaint by any member regarding the business or ethical practices of the entity advertising a job opening or seeking to purchase ad space, or based on the investigation conducted by the Association itself. Out of state institutional members in TLA may post jobs on the TLA Jobline.

 

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