The LBJ Presidential Library and LBJ Foundation strive to foster a culture of collaboration, inclusivity, and mutual respect, with the hope that all who work for our institutions have a sense of purpose in what they do and pride in where they work.
We expect that our employees will perform their duties competently, act with integrity, and contribute to a positive work environment while pledging to offer a place of work in which everyone—regardless of their color, creed, sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs, or position in the organization—feels heard and valued.
To view available federal positions at the LBJ Presidential Library, please visit USAJOBS.gov.
About the LBJ Presidential Library
Situated on a 30-acre site on The University of Texas at Austin campus, the LBJ Presidential Library is one of 14 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. It houses 45 million pages of historical documents, 650,000 photos, 5,000 hours of recordings, and more than 54,000 artifacts from the political career of the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson.
In addition to serving as an archive and museum dedicated to Johnson’s life and political career, the library hosts special exhibitions, educational programming, and events throughout the year.
About the LBJ Foundation
Established by President and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson in 1969, the LBJ Foundation is a nonprofit organization comprised of a board of trustees and administrative staff that supports the LBJ Presidential Library and the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin.
The LBJ Presidential Library, operated under the auspices of the National Archives and Records Administration, maintains the archive of President Johnson's administration and political career and promotes his legacy while providing, in his words, "a springboard for the future" through public programming aimed at addressing the issues of our time. The Foundation enhances the Library by directing public programming, administering the museum's store and admissions operations, and directing grants for researchers and scholars.
The LBJ School of Public Affairs embodies President Johnson's living legacy by nurturing leaders and public servants in the hopes that they will pursue what he called "the oldest, most basic mission of our country: to right wrong, to do justice, to serve man." The Foundation provides financial support for the school for the outstanding education it offers its graduate students in public policy and government affairs, community outreach, and global initiatives.
All bearing our 36th President's name, these three institutions—the LBJ Foundation, the LBJ Presidential Library, and the LBJ School of Public Affairs—preserve Lyndon B. Johnson's consequential legacy while pursuing his hopeful vision for the future.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The LBJ Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected status under applicable laws. We encourage all to apply.
The LBJ Presidential Library is a federal institution and requires all employees working within the building to submit fingerprints and undergo a background check.