Library Technician

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Heather Auld
Contact Number
(08) 9780 5601
Location
Shire of Augusta - Margaret River Council, WA

 

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Library Technician (HR 54/21)

Continuing Part-Time 58 hours/fortnight
EA Level 6 ($72,671 - $78,661 per annum pro-rata)


Looking for a new opportunity in Library Services to use your specialist Library Information Technology (IT) expertise? The Shire’s libraries provide a wide range of services to our community, including public internet PC and Wi-Fi access, printing, technology training, events, workshops, literacy programs and the lending of over 130,000 physical and digital resources each year.  We have an exciting opportunity for a Library Technician who will be responsible for managing and maintaining the vital technologies that support these services and provide strategic input on Library IT development.

This role requires you to develop library IT services procedures, administer automated library systems and library IT hardware and software.  Specialist knowledge and ability to effectively trouble-shoot and problem-solve within library technology and computer services is vital.  You will play an essential role in supporting the Manager Library Services to achieve key Library Services objectives, in a modern and continuously changing library environment.  You will also mentor others in developing their IT skills and be part of a highly motivated team that provides an excellent public library service. 

A degree or professional qualification in Library Technology or Library and Information Studies is essential.  Previous experience as a Library Technician or similar will be highly regarded.  You will have the opportunity to contribute your knowledge and ideas, develop your career, continuously learn new skills, and explore cutting edge technologies.  If you are passionate about using your skills to support our diverse community, please apply now, we look forward to your application.

Applications Close: Friday 30 July 2021 at 4pm
For Job Information: Please contact Heather Auld on (08) 9780 5601
To Apply: Please apply online or email your completed application to careers@amrshire.wa.gov.au 

Position Description
Application Form

Stephanie Addison-Brown, CEO

Closing date: 30 July 2021

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Collection Services Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Zoe Velonis
Contact Number
(03) 9353 4009
Location
Moreland City Council, VIC

 

Collection Services Librarian

Job No: MOR200 | Location: Coburg

  • Salary - $75K - $85K per annum + Super (pro-rata)
  • Part Time ongoing position –  42 hours per fortnight
  • Includes evenings and weekends
  • Location: Coburg and Glenroy libraries

ABOUT MORELAND

At Moreland our diverse community is vibrant and full of energy, with an array of community services and place making, fabulous festivals, cool pools, libraries and a recently designed gallery space, scenic bike paths and a community of artists and creative industries and shops. We are a progressive cosmopolitan council with 180,000 residents and with ambitions for environmental sustainability, social justice and community wellbeing. Moreland's Civic Centre is located in Coburg, just 8 kilometres north of Melbourne’s CBD, with excellent public transport options, great food and cafés, providing Moreland to be a great place to live, work and play.

Find out more about Moreland here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FiM3A5hS9Y

ABOUT THE ROLE

Moreland Libraries are about more than just books. Our libraries are vibrant neighbourhood hubs offering social interaction, cultural interactions and learning opportunities. We are seeking a Librarian who is passionate about providing a high quality service to our diverse community.  

In performing this role, your day-to-day responsibilities will be to engage with our diverse community to provide great customer service. Assist with library initiatives to bridge the digital divide. Supervise and support other team members. Assist with library events and activities. Assist with collection maintenance, cataloguing, procedure maintenance and vendor documentation.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO PERFORM THIS ROLE 

  • Teamwork, supervisory and communication skills
  • Demonstrable problem-solving skills
  • Ability to lead, motivate and coach staff to achieve team goals and objectives
  • Demonstrable experience in customer service provision
  • Demonstrable digital literacy skills
  • Experience in cataloguing and process management
  • Eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)
  • A current Victorian Driver’s Licence and Working with Children Check
  • Fluency in a community language is desirable

 WHAT THIS ROLE CAN OFFER  

  • The opportunity to work alongside a dynamic and supportive team
  • Salary sacrifice options
  • Extensive opportunities for training and career development


For further information please contact Zoe Velonis on (03) 9353 4009.

Applications close: 11.30pm, 25 July 2021. (*in the case that we receive a high volume of applications we may close this advert before the closing date).

Before submitting an application please view the Position Description. Please note that when applying for this role, you will be required to attached your valid Drivers Licence and Working With Children Check. Please have this ready when completing your application.

Moreland City Council is proudly diverse and an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, people with disability, and people from every culture, gender and sexuality identity, age and ethnic background. Moreland City Council is committed to being a Child Safe organisation and has zero tolerance for child abuse.

About Moreland City Council

At Moreland our diverse community is vibrant and full of energy, with an array of community services and place making, fabulous festivals, cool pools, libraries and a recently designed gallery space, scenic bike paths and a community of artists and creative industries and shops. We are a progressive cosmopolitan council with 180,000+ residents and with ambitions for environmental sustainability, social justice and community wellbeing. Moreland's Civic Centre is located Coburg, just 8 kilometres north of Melbourne’s CBD, with excellent public transport options, great food and cafés, providing Moreland to be a great place to live, work and play.

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Multicultural Services Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Narelle Stute
Contact Number
(03) 9353 4010
Location
Moreland City Council, VIC

 

Multicultural Services Librarian

Job No: MOR201 | Location: Brunswick

  • Salary - $75K - $85K per annum + Super (pro-rata)
  • Temporary part-time position until 31 December 2021
  • 43 hours per fortnight, including evenings and weekends
  • Location: Brunswick libraries

 ABOUT MORELAND

At Moreland our diverse community is vibrant and full of energy, with an array of community services and place making, fabulous festivals, cool pools, libraries and a recently designed gallery space, scenic bike paths and a community of artists and creative industries and shops. We are a progressive cosmopolitan council with 180,000 residents and with ambitions for environmental sustainability, social justice and community wellbeing. Moreland's Civic Centre is located in Coburg, just 8 kilometres north of Melbourne’s CBD, with excellent public transport options, great food and cafés, providing Moreland to be a great place to live, work and play.

Find out more about Moreland here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FiM3A5hS9Y

ABOUT THE ROLE

Moreland Libraries are about more than just books. Our libraries are vibrant neighbourhood hubs offering social interaction, cultural interactions and learning opportunities. We are seeking a Librarian who is passionate about providing a high quality service to our diverse community.  

In performing this role, your day-to-day responsibilities will be to engage with our diverse community to provide great customer service. Assist with library initiatives to bridge the digital divide. Supervise and support other team members. Organise programs and activities targeting people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and promoting multicultural themes to the wider community.  Select library materials in community languages and assist with collection maintenance.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO PERFORM THIS ROLE 

  • Teamwork, supervisory and communication skills
  • Demonstrable problem-solving skills
  • Ability to lead, motivate and coach staff to achieve team goals and objectives
  • Demonstrable experience in customer service provision
  • Demonstrable digital literacy skills
  • Experience with website content management and social media
  • Experience in organising community-based programs
  • Eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)
  • A current Working with Children Check
  • Fluency in a community language is desirable

 WHAT THIS ROLE CAN OFFER  

  • The opportunity to work alongside a dynamic and supportive team
  • Salary sacrifice options
  • Extensive opportunities for training and career development


For further information please contact Narelle Stute on (03) 9353 4010.

Applications close: 11.30pm, 25 July 2021. (*in the case that we receive a high volume of applications we may close this advert before the closing date).

Before submitting an application please view the Position Description. Please note that when applying for this role, you will be required to attached your valid Drivers Licence and WWCC. Please have this ready when completing your application.

Moreland City Council is proudly diverse and an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, people with disability, and people from every culture, gender and sexuality identity, age and ethnic background. Moreland City Council is committed to being a Child Safe organisation and has zero tolerance for child abuse.

About Moreland City Council

At Moreland our diverse community is vibrant and full of energy, with an array of community services and place making, fabulous festivals, cool pools, libraries and a recently designed gallery space, scenic bike paths and a community of artists and creative industries and shops. We are a progressive cosmopolitan council with 180,000+ residents and with ambitions for environmental sustainability, social justice and community wellbeing. Moreland's Civic Centre is located Coburg, just 8 kilometres north of Melbourne’s CBD, with excellent public transport options, great food and cafés, providing Moreland to be a great place to live, work and play.

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Client and Branch Services Assistant Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Tara Webb, Regional Librarian
Contact Number
(07) 4197 4224 during business hours only.
Location
Fraser Coast Regional Council, QLD

 

Client and Branch Services Assistant Librarian

JOB NO: FCRC145302 | LOCATION: HERVEY BAY

  • Client & Branch Services Assistant Librarian
  • Development & Community
  • Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Hervey Bay
  • LGO Level 5 - $78,293

At Fraser Coast Regional Council our people are our most important asset and central to achieving our vision to Build Better Communities.

What we are looking for:

Do you have a passion for public library customer service delivery?

We are looking for someone with highly developed communication skills and an understanding of the philosophies and practices of public library service, in a regional environment, to oversee and coordinate all functions of circulation and customer service across Fraser Coast Libraries.

Please click here to view a full Position Description.

What you should have to apply:

  • AQF Level 7 or above qualified Librarian with eligibility for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association
  • Work experience in a public library environment and in public library customer service delivery
  • Current Working with Children Blue card or the ability to obtain one
  • Outstanding work ethic
  • Be willing and able to follow instructions, including complying with written procedures
  • Possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to provide excellent customer service and work effectively as part of a team
  • Be computer literate
  • Queensland Class “C” drivers’ licence

What’s nice to have:

  • Be flexible and open to change
  • Mentoring, coaching and/or leadership skills
  • Experience in a public library multi-branch environment, preferably with public library experience in customer services and branch operations

What our Council can offer you:

  • Learning and Development opportunities
  • Flexible working arrangements,
  • Up to 12% employer super contribution
  • Study assistance program
  • Reward and recognition
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Vaccinations
  • Paid Emergency Services leave

Application requirements:

To be considered applicants MUST supply:

  • Cover letter explaining suitability for the role
  • Resume

Applications close: 11pm Monday 26th July 2021.

For further details please contact Tara Webb, Regional Librarian on (07) 4197 4224 during business hours only.

Some information about our Council:

Council provides a safe, secure and supportive environment where employees are encouraged and supported to reach their full potential.

TRAITS is an acronym for the values we consider to be integral to the way we go about our work and serve our community. These values are Trust, Respect, Accountability, Initiative, Teamwork and Service.

Council recognises that it is important for employees to be satisfied in their roles, to balance work and life demands and to deliver quality services to the community.

Some information about our Region:

If you’re tired of the City lifestyle and need a better work/life balance then the Fraser Coast is waiting for you!

Located 250kms north of Brisbane the Fraser Coast is a mix of stunning landscapes, islands, cities and towns.

From Fraser Island - the world's largest sand island to the heritage streetscapes of Maryborough; from the rich farmlands of Tiaro, to the sheltered waters of Hervey Bay.

Before starting your application:

Please ensure your cover letter outlining your suitability for the role and resume are complete in doc, docx or pdf format.  PDF format is preferred.

Please note that:
Council undertakes a range of checks and assessment methods to assist in selection, including criminal history checks, Licence checks, psychometric testing, functional capacity testing and competency based testing.

Fraser Coast Regional Council is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.  Women, Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders, people with a disability, and members of racial, ethnic and ethno-religious minority groups are encouraged to apply.

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Children's & Young Adults Library Technician

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Joanne Potter
Contact Number
02 9424 0116
Location
Ku-ring-gai Council, NSW

 

Children's & Young Adults Library Technician

Located 16 km's north of the Sydney CBD, the Ku-ring-gai area covers 84km2, is home to 124,000 residents and set in one of New South Wales' most attractive natural environments.

Council is seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced professionals for the role of Children's & Young Adults Library Technician to join our enthusiastic team within Library Services.

Reporting to the Children's & Young Adults Librarian, your duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Participate in the planning, promotion, presentation and evaluation of activities and programs for children and young adults that encourages reading and promotes literacy
  • Contribute to collection development for children's and young adults' resources
  • Provide responsive readers' advisory recommendations for library customers
  • Develop and implement a program of displays and events that reflect the interests of young people
  • Undertake desk shifts at service points on a rostered basis

Required experience & skills:

  • Qualification in Library and Information Science recognized for library technician membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)
  • Current Working with Children Check (WWCC) (for Paid workers)
  • Demonstrated experience organising and presenting engaging programs to children and young adults within clearly established standards, practices and procedures
  • Demonstrated knowledge of children's and young adult literature and popular culture
  • Ability to work in a diverse team environment
  • Effective oral and written communication, and interpersonal, skills

How to apply:

Applicants are required to address all Essential Criteria as listed within the Position Description to be eligible for an interview.

Like to know more Contact Joanne Potter on 02 9424 0116

Closes: 11:45pm, Friday 23 July 2021

Ku-ring-gai Council is an equal opportunity employer

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Senior Branch Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Justine Skeet, Manager Library Services
Contact Number
08 9474 0777
Location
City of South Perth , WA

 

Senior Branch Librarian

The City of South Perth (the City) is seeking applications from candidates to undertake the position of Senior Branch Librarian to join the Library Services Business Unit.

The City’s talented workforce prides itself on delivering excellent service to the community, and is a unique and vibrant Western Australian municipality. Located only 4kms from the Perth CBD, the City borders the stunning Swan River on its Northern and Western boundaries, and boasts excellent access to important social, commercial and leisure infrastructure.

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the branch library operations to ensure delivery of an innovative Library Service and to provide support and guidance to employees to contribute effectively to the overall operations and continuous development and improvement of the Library Service.

The Senior Branch Librarian will contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of Library activities, services and programs. This position will also work to develop the library as a community space to facilitate literacy and lifelong learning

To be successful in this position you need to demonstrate;

  • Tertiary qualifications allowing eligibility for Associate Membership of the Australian Library and Information Association
  • Previous knowledge, experience and skills in a senior management role within a public library environment, including staff management
  • High level verbal communication and  interpersonal skills with the ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with direct teams, customers and other internal and external stakeholders
  • High level written communication skills with ability to produce advanced financial and administrative reports
  • Highly developed organisational and time management skills with the ability to use initiative and set own work priorities with minimal supervision
  • Excellent customer service skills and an ability to develop and  promote a culture of customer service excellence
  • Demonstrated analytical, problem solving and conflict resolution skills with the ability to adapt an utilise sound decision-making
  • Advanced competency with computer software programs, including Microsoft Office, financial systems  and Library Management Systems with high level information technology skills
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and lead staff and in coaching individuals to build capable teams
  • Well-developed budgeting and financial management skills, including grant funding
  • Current ‘C’ class driver’s license or mechanism to be able to transport yourself between 2 library branches at your own expense

This permanent position is a level 8 which attracts a salary of $92,230 - $106,536 gross per annum plus superannuation. Our employees can take advantage of great working conditions and benefits including 5 weeks annual leave, training and professional development opportunities, health initiatives, and superannuation co-contribution options (up to 15.5%).

If you’re ready to be a part of a diverse and progressive team, please submit an online application using the ‘Apply Here’ button on the City’s website. As part of your online application form you will be prompted to complete relevant personal information and respond to online application questions. Supporting documents should be saved in .pdf format. Hardcopy applications may also be provided to the City of South Perth Civic Centre reception. (Applications in other formats that cannot be opened will not be assessed)

For more information regarding the position, please contact Justine Skeet, Manager Library Services on 08 9474 0777 or visit the City’s website southperth.wa.gov.au/careers

Applications close at 4.00 pm on THURSDAY, 29 JULY 2021 and may be considered for further Branch Librarian vacancies on a permanent or temporary basis as available until December 2021. 

Please note: Applications are considered as they are received and interviews will be arranged accordingly. The City reserves the right to close adverts early, therefore an early application is encouraged.

Coordinator Learning and Information Services

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
Townsville City Council, QLD

 

Coordinator Learning and Information Services (Re-advertised)

Lifestyle Economy Environment and Planning - Culture and Lifestyle | Teaching/Education, Arts/Culture

Closing date: 11.45 PM Friday 23 July 2021 

Are you ready to take the next step in your career? 

This is your chance to embed leading practices into a team to shape the learning culture in the libraries and beyond. We are in the works to open a new library branch in 2022, so new opportunities are endless to co-design experiences with staff and the community. 

  • Permanent Full-Time opportunity available
  • Graduate or post-graduate qualifications in Librarianship
  • Blue Card is mandatory
  • LGO 7 ($95,658 - $101,521 per annum + superannuation) based on skills, qualifications and experience


Why Choose Us

Townsville City Council is the largest local government authority in Northern Australia.

We are committed to creating value by growing Townsville through driving economic diversity and generating an enriching lifestyle.

Our organisation provides and maintains over $5.4b worth of community assets including water and wastewater network and treatment, bridges, drainage, roads, waste management, community facilities, sporting venues and more. We contribute to an active lifestyle for our residents and visitors through events, providing recreational facilities, protecting the natural environment and heritage, while creating a mentally and physically healthy city.

We lead creation of a city for this and future generations by focusing on our transition to a circular economy that is resilient to social, financial and environmental shocks.

We are a Council led by our community to create an exciting and dynamic future.

Townsville City Council is growing Townsville.


About the role

This position will lead the Learning and Information Services Team in the management of co-designing, planning, and delivering of services for and with the community delivered in branch, externally and online, transitioning to a mature sustainable model. Services include experiences designed for early years with a focus on literacy, children and youth (including school holiday programs), readers engagement, local history, lifestyle, technology, corporate research and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement ensuring that all activities are inclusive and celebrate diversity.

As part of the Library Leadership Team, this position works across a matrix structure of Planning and Business Development, Operations and Resources and Customer Service where each team member plays a functional role to ensure excellent service delivery.

About you

Our ideal candidate will have: 

  • Demonstrated extensive knowledge of the connecting formal and information learning internally and with community, industry, and other stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated skills in design thinking and service design.
  • Excellent knowledge of current trends and developments in public library services as they relate to the delivery of Learning and Information Services to customers.
  • High level experience in building and leading a team and supporting individual capability growth across team members, to enhance resource capability and capacity to meet customer needs, including problem solving skills.
  • Ability to influence others working to deliver services within a matrix delivery environment including change management skills.

For further information review the Position Description and/or click Apply. 

Closing Date: 11:45pm, Friday 23 July 2021. 

What We Offer

  • 17.5% annual leave loading 
  • Up to 5 weeks annual leave
  • Up to 3 weeks Personal/Carers Leave
  • 14 weeks paid Parental Leave
  • Domestic and Family Violence Leave
  • Natural Disaster Leave
  • Long Service Leave available pro rata after seven years
  • Up to *13.5% Superannuation employer contribution for contributing members
  • Salary Sacrifice opportunities
  • Learning and Development opportunities
  • Fitness Passport program offering discounted membership to selected gym, pool, and yoga facilities
  • Employee Loyalty Program offering discounts at selected local businesses
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Active Family Social Club
  • Flexible working arrangements


Attachments: N00893_Coordinator Learning and Information Services_New Template_250521_PD.pdf

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Library Technician

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Roslyn Strange - Ulladulla Customer & Community Resources Manager OR Sarah Taylor - Shoalhaven Library Services Manager
Contact Number
(02) 4444 8822 or (02) 4429 3702
Location
Shoalhaven City Council, NSW

 

Library Technician

  • Salary: $695 - $781 per week plus 10% Superannuation
  • Permanent, Part Time (21 hours pw)
  • Join a friendly, professional Library Services Team!

Shoalhaven City Council is a dynamic organisation serving a large and diverse community; limitless opportunity exists for an exciting and rewarding career. The Shoalhaven is located just 2 hours from Sydney and 2.5 hours from Canberra. The Shoalhaven is home to 104,000 people and comprises of 49 unique towns and villages. It is a place of great natural beauty and offers an enviable lifestyle and positive work-life balance.

About the role

This permanent, part time position works 21 hours per week. Days of work are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm across both Ulladulla Library & VIS and Milton Library.

Duties

Reporting directly to the Ulladulla Customer & Community Resources Manager, the focus of this position is to:

  • Assist in the provision of library services and in the development and delivery of library programs and services
  • Answer reference inquiries and assist customers in finding and using library resources
  • Assist in training team members and volunteer
  • Provide reader’s advisory and basic instruction for all ages
  • Assist in compiling statistical information

Skills & Experience

In order to be successful in the position, you will be/ possess:

  • Diploma of Library and Information Science or equivalent library technician qualification recognized by the Australian Library and Information Association or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a Library setting
  • Class C Driver’s Licence

This position requires a current NSW Working with Children Check. Applicants are required to apply and pay for this check if not already obtained. 
 

Benefits

We are committed to creating a positive culture and strong team environment, and offer a range of benefits:

  • Generous Leave Entitlements
  • Long Service Leave After 5 Years
  • 9 Day Fortnight for Outdoor Staff
  • Flexitime for Indoor Staff
  • Fitness Passport
  • Novated Lease Arrangements
  • Discounted Private Health Insurance
  • Training and Development Programs

How to Apply

You will be required to submit an online application by attaching your resume (please ensure you submit in Word or PDF format) and respond to questions regarding general information about you.

In addition, you will be required to demonstrate how you satisfy the requirements of the position by answering the below questions relevant to the essential criteria as outlined in the job advertisement.

For more information on the application process, please visit how to apply on Councils website.

  1. At Shoalhaven City Council our corporate core values are: Collaboration, Adaptability, Integrity and Respect. Please choose one value and advise how you have enacted this value in a professional setting.
  2. Please describe a program you have developed and delivered in a previous role
  3. Please describe the key attributes you feel are most important for someone to possess in a customer service role
  4. This position requires an NSW Working With Children Check, please provide your Working With Children Check number.

Contact:  Roslyn Strange - Ulladulla Customer & Community Resources Manager – (02) 4444 8822 or Sarah Taylor - Shoalhaven Library Services Manager – (02) 4429 3702

Applications Close: Wednesday, 28 July 2021 (at Midnight)

When your application has been submitted completely, you will receive a confirmation email

Job Description available for download above under Document/s

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Library Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Clara Wiebers - Coordinator CCLS Dapto District Library OR Shareyne Blissett – Coordinator LCS
Contact Number
(02) 4227 8536 OR (02) 4227 8204
Location
Wollongong City Council, NSW

 

Library Officer

  • Multiple Temporary Opportunities + Casual List
  • Temporary Part Time, Temporary Full Time and Casual Opportunities
  • Salary from $35.77 up to $42.77 per hour plus superannuation
  • Casual Salary from $39.10 inclusive of 25% casual loading (depending upon skills, qualifications and experience)
  • Recruitment No 21067
  • Location: Wollongong City Libraries

Wollongong is a vibrant, diverse city, situated on one of Australia's most picturesque coastlines. Regarded as Australia's most liveable regional city, Wollongong offers a relaxed, coastal lifestyle with all the benefits of a major city.

Wollongong City Council is committed to the principles of employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds in both traditional and non-traditional roles.

Do you enjoy working with people providing great customer focused library services?

About the Positions:

We are seeking multiple enthusiastic and motivated Library Officers to join the Libraries teams on a temporary and casual basis.  

In this role, some of your day to day tasks will include:

  • Providing high quality customer service and advice to readers
  • Assist customers with technology in the libraries and computer assistance
  • Preparing and delivering programs and events such as story time
  • Undertake general administration skills and general library maintenance 

We have several temporary opportunities across our Local Government area.  Placements are full time, part time and casual. Positions and approximate placement periods are outlined below.  Please indicate in your application which position (s) you are interested in.

· Whats on Offer?

  • Dapto and Unanderra > up to May 2022 > 30 hours
  • Dapto > up to January 2022 > 14 hours
  • Dapto and Thirroul > up to January 2022 > 24 hours
  • Corrimal > up to January 2022 > 20 hours
  • Warrawong > up to January 2022 > 35 hours
  • Casual Opportunities across Wollongong Local Government Area Libraries

Please note that locations are subject to change and can be located at any of Wollongong City Council Libraries dependent on operational requirements.

What do you need to be successful in the role?
We are looking for someone who is passionate about the library industry and has great customer service skills. You will be an effective communicator and a strong team player who can adapt quickly to changing environments. 
You will have a good understanding of library management systems and experience within general administration. 

Under Part 2, Section 6 of the Child Protection (Working With Children) Act 2012, this position has been designated as requiring a paid NSW Working With Children Check. Applicants are required to provide a NSW Working with Children Check application/clearance reference number to their application.

Benefits of working at Council:

  • We have a culture based on values of Integrity, Respect, Sustainability, One Team and Courage
  • We support and encourage study and career development
  • We foster personal and professional growth
  • We understand the importance of work/life balance and offer flexible work arrangements
  • We recognise and reward performance and embrace change
  • We are committed to providing a safe working environment for all
  • We provide many mental, physical and social wellbeing programs to support our staff to be the best that they can be

How to Apply:

Wollongong City Council uses a merit based recruitment process. It is essential to respond to each of the selection criteria, writing at least one to two paragraphs using specific and actual examples of how you have demonstrated the particular skill, qualification or experience. Provide relevant examples from your work, study or community roles. Be clear and to the point. Please use actual examples of what you have done, how well you did it, what you achieved, and how it relates to the requirements of the job. Applications that do not answer all the criteria will not be considered. Your CV alone will not be enough information for your application to be assessed. Please note that hardcopy, faxed and emailed applications will not be accepted.

For this role, you are required to address each question outlined in the Selection Criteria Questionaire – Applicants who do not complete the template will not have their application assessed. To access the Selection Criteria Questionnaire, click HERE. 

For further information regarding this position contact:

  • Clara Wiebers - Coordinator CCLS Dapto District Library on (02) 4227 8536 OR
  • Shareyne Blissett – Coordinator LCS on (02) 4227 8204

Any questions regarding submitting the application online please contact the Recruitment team on (02) 4227 7065.

Applications close 11:59pm Monday 19 July 2021.

We are adhering to NSW Public Health Guidelines with regard to COVID19. As such this recruitment action will be conducted in line with public health orders eg potentially online interviews. 

Suitable candidates may be placed on an eligibility list for future opportunities in the team, which may include part time, temporary and or relief roles.

Applicants are required to undergo a rigorous employment screening process which will include Reference, Identity and Medical History Checks, and may also include a Criminal History and Working with Children Check. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks. 

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Team Leader - Warrandyte Library

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Tracey Olive
Contact Number
(03) 9896 4311
Location
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries, VIC

 

Team Leader - Warrandyte Library

Applications closing on 18 July 2021, 11:00 PM


Part Time (0.73)
Band 5 $74,995 - $86,559 (pro-rata)

Whitehorse Manningham Libraries is one of the most actively used public library services in Victoria.  Our services are available to the whole community through eight physical locations, Outreach, Home Library Services and the library website. The Warrandyte Library is in a beautiful bush setting and would suit someone wanting to work in a close knit community.

About the Role
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries invite applications from qualified librarians who are committed to providing an excellent customer service environment.    

The successful applicant will:

  • Have the ability to coordinate a small branch library
  • Engage with a diverse community and stakeholders
  • Be committed to the delivery of information services
  • Have strong people management skills
  • Enjoy working as a member of a small team
  • Have strong communication skills
  • Possess a tertiary qualification acceptable for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association

The successful candidate will have a positive attitude and the capacity to engage with a diverse range of community groups.  This position is an excellent opportunity for a librarian passionate about developing innovative public library services.

The successful applicant must hold or be willing to acquire a Working with Children Check card and must be willing to undergo a National Police Record Check.  Previous public library experience would be an advantage.

While this position is currently vacant at the Warrandyte Library, applicants should be aware that it is a condition of employment that all employees can be required to work at any of the eight Whitehorse Manningham Libraries branches. Rostered weekend work and evening shifts may be required. 

All applicants are required to read the position description and candidate information pack prior to submitting an application. Both documents are available via links on this page. Applications are to be submitted via the Apply Here link (preferred) or directly to applicants@wml.vic.gov.au.

For further information contact Tracey Olive on (03) 9896 4311.

Applications close 11.00pm Sunday 18 July 2021. 

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