University Librarian at Federal University Wukari

Federal University, Wukari is in Taraba State and it is one of the 9 Universities instituted by the Federal Government in the year 2011 as part of its devotion to provide more access to quality higher education as well as equitable distribution of higher education institutions. It is situated in a peaceful environment and gradually growing to be a sought-after global institution. All its academic programmes are fully accredited.

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Job Position: University Librarian

Location: Wukari, Taraba

Tenure: 5 years


  • The University Librarian is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to-day administration of the University Library
  • He is responsible for the coordination of the Library and Information Services in the University, its, Colleges, Faculties, Schools, Departments, Institutes and other teaching or research units
  • The University Librarian is expected to demonstrate awareness of the central nature of Library & Information Services in the teaching, learning and research process.
  • The candidate must therefore be in position to provide leadership in the application of Information and Communications Technology in the delivery of quality higher education, research and community service
  • The candidate must also be able to improve on current developments in the University through national and international linkages
  • The candidate must be in good health and not older than sixty years of age on assumption of duty.

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  • Must have a good Honors Degree with a minimum of Second Class Lower as well as Master’s and Doctorate Degrees in Library and Information Science from a recognized University
  • The candidate must be a Professor of Library and Information Science of at least ten years standing
  • The candidate must also have at least fifteen years experience ins Federal University Library. 10 years of these must have been spent in a Library Management position
  • The candidate must have held positions not below that of Deputy University Librarian
  • The candidate must possess experience of automation of Library Services
  • The candidate must possess evidence of membership and registration with the Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN)
  • Candidate is expected to exhibit strong team leadership and mentorship skills and able to inspire and motivate colleagues to support the vision for the development of the University Library
  • The candidate must be focused, innovative, commendable in both character and quality of service
  • The candidate must also exhibit a considerable degree of competence, responsiveness, demonstrable integrity and transparency on matters of financial resource management with an outstanding experience at management level.

Vision Statement

  • Candidates should provide a succinct vision statement of not more than 500 words relating to the University in the next five years with particular reference to the management of Library & Information Services.

How to Apply for University Librarian at Federal University Wukari

Suitably qualified candidates should submit their Application with 30 copies of their detailed CV under confidential cover with the envelope marked ‘Post of University Librarian’ and addressed to:
The Vice-Chancellor,
Federal University, Wukari,
200, Katsina Ala Road,
Wukari, Taraba State,


  • Each candidate should include the names and addresses of three referees
  • Applicants should request each of the referees to forward directly, to the Vice-Chancellor, a confidential report written on a letter-headed paper on the applicants character, academic and managerial abilities in a sealed envelope and marked, “Post of University Librarian: Referee’s report”, with the name of the candidate at the top left hand corner of the envelop.


December 16, 2019

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