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University librarians perform several tasks related to the university library. They catalog books, put in requisitions for new books, maintain library materials, determine budgets to be kept aside for new acquisitions and assist students and faculty with finding the books they need for their reference or research.
It requires advanced education to become a university librarian. Most universities only hire applicants who have a master's degree in library science or a related field. They also prefer to hire someone who has the extensive first-hand experience. The best way to get the necessary experience is by doing an internship under the guidance of an experienced university librarian. University librarians are extremely organized, detail oriented and methodical. Extensive knowledge of books and the cataloging system used in that particular library are important in order to help students and faculty find the books they are looking for.
Be prepared to impress the interviewing committee with your extensive knowledge of books and library system. Reading through mock interview questions will help you prepare compelling answers to some of the more commonly asked questions at your university librarian interview.