Employment & Internships

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Employment


For information about working at the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library, visit the Career Opportunities website at https://www.unthscjobs.com/. If you have questions, contact Human Resources at:

Human Resource Services Department
3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, Texas 76107-2699
careers@unthsc.edu
Phone: 817-735-2690
Fax: 817-735-0107

The recommended way to search the job postings is by Department. These are listed by account number, and the Library Services account is H32200.

Internship FAQs


On an annual basis, Lewis Library offers a Health Informatics Internship (.pdf file) that is limited to Library Science students enrolled in the Medical Informatics program at the University of North Texas.

  • Where is the internship located?
    Interns work at the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library of the UNT Health Science Center, located at 3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard in Fort Worth, Texas. Components of the internship will also be hosted at the TCU Library and Plaza Medical Center, both located in Fort Worth.
  • Is this internship paid?
    No.
  • How do students apply? Whom should they contact with questions?
    For general information about the internship, contact Lisa Smith at Lisa.Smith@unthsc.edu. Applications should be submitted to Dr. Ana Cleveland at Ana.Cleveland@unt.edu.
  • Will this count for practicum credit?
    Yes, as long as the intern fulfills all of the practicum requirements as set forth by the Health Informatics program. Please contact Dr. Cleveland at UNT for more information about enrolling in the practicum. Course details are located at: http://courses.unt.edu/acleveland/intern-health/.
  • How many hours a week will interns work?
    Students will work with their site coordinator to determine their weekly schedule. However, the Health Informatics practicum requires 180 hours, all of which must completed by the end of the semester.
  • How long does the internship last?
    The internship is for one semester.
Page last updated on April 21, 2014