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Opportunity: Grant Forum Travel Coordinator

An opportunity to work with LibParlor.

LibParlor is seeking someone to help support travel coordination for our IMLS grant-funded forum about LIS publishing! This is a remote position and pays $2000 for approximately 100 hours of work between April-June. See the full position description, including responsibilities and qualifications, here.

Position Summary

This temporary position is scheduled for varying hours/week, from April 2022 to June 2022. Hours will be scheduled primarily between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT, Monday – Friday, but some tasks may be completed outside these hours as well if that is convenient for the successful candidate.

The Grant Forum Travel Coordinator will plan, coordinate, and secure travel and accommodations for participants in a grant-funded event taking place at the University of Nevada Las Vegas Libraries from May 26-27, 2022. This is a temporary remote contract position that will work 100 hours at $20 an hour for a total of $2,000. This work will take place over two months with an expected start date around April 15, 2022, and an end date around June 15, 2022. Workload and hours will vary from week to week in response to project needs. This position is made possible through the Institute of Museum and Library Services.


This is a temporary, part-time, hourly grant-funded position for 2 months at $20 per hour for a total of $2000. No benefits

To apply

Please send a letter of interest and resume to Chelsea Heinbach, Teaching and Learning Librarian University Libraries, at libparlor@gmail.com. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

Nimisha is a subject librarian at University of Cincinnati, where she supports all research, reference, collection development, and digital scholarship for history, gender studies, and anthropology. In her spare time you can find her riding her bike, knitting, or reading. @mishiebhat on Twitter.

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