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Library Systems and Innovation Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Victoria Whelan, Coordinator Libraries
Contact Number
0436 000 290
Location
Latrobe City Council, VIC

 

Library Systems and Innovation Officer

  • Closing date: 05/04/2022 11:59 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time
  • Location: Latrobe City, Victoria
  • Department: Active Communities and Partnerships
  • Employment type: Full Time - Temporary
  • Fixed Term Full Time – Until April 2023
  • Location: Latrobe City
  • $86,852.48 and 10% super
  • Department: Active Communities and Partnerships

Go Further, Right Hereat Latrobe City Council

A career with LCC starts with a desire to go further. Here, you'll really care about empowering our Community. You'll get stuck into interesting and important work, and you'll love seeing your impact, right in front of you. You'll grow faster too. Visit www.latrobecity.vic.gov.au to find out how.

The Role

As the Library Systems and Innovation Officer, and in collaboration with library staff and Council's IT team, as well as working closely with the Libraries Victoria consortium, you will be responsible for:

  • The library management system (Symphony) and associated technology
  • Curating and managing content on the Libraries Victoria app
  • Updating and maintenance of the library's online catalogue (Enterprise)
  • Other databases and customer-facing applications
  • Implementing new technologies that meet the needs of library users and staff
  • Provision of membership data, and analysis of membership trends, for operational, strategic and reporting purposes

In this role, you'll:

Empower a whole community... whatever the weather
You will investigate and implement new technologies and online services to enable Latrobe City’s community to access and engage with a host of library services.

Experience variety... and a true learning culture
We offer a number of training opportunities to our employees, so in addition to working within a diverse environment you will have access to structured training programs and study assistance.

Care more, achieve more... and change minds
Your dedication and professionalism will drive you to produce the highest quality work possible, ensuring Council provides an innovative and sustainable library service that our community wants to be part of.

Find your people, and your place

We move as a team, which means we work hard together to achieve our goals. Work collaboratively and deliver real results for our community.

You'll need:

  • Tertiary qualifications or significant relevant experience with library management systems, other multi organisational management systems and emerging technologies
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and manage projects and resources on time and to budget.
  • Highly developed analytical and business systems data management, recommendations, and reporting
  • The ability to identify and implement continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills to lead as a specialist in a team-based environment.
  • Ability to liaise effectively with internal and external stakeholders, agencies and customers.
  • Demonstrated business acumen to work with a broad range of computer-based systems and emerging technologies.

Current Covid-19 vaccination evidence in line with State Government direction.

Successful applicants will be required to apply for and satisfactorily obtain a National Police Check and Working with Children's Check.

To apply

For further information regarding the above position and to view the position description, please visit our website www.latrobe.vic.gov.au/careers or contact Victoria Whelan, Coordinator Libraries on 0436 000 290

Applications are open until 11:59PM Tuesday 5th April 2022

Position Description: Library Systems and Innovation Officer.pdf (available for download above under Document\s)

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We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and identities, LGBTIQ+ people, people with a lived experience of disability and service personnel and their families to name a few. We will make reasonable adjustments when required.

Library Programs Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Kylie Tatt, Coordinator Community Services 
Contact Number
(02) 6578 7523
Location
Singleton Council, NSW

 

Library Programs Officer

Job No: SC202103368 | Location: Singleton

JOIN OUR JOURNEY TO BECOME THE BEST COUNCIL IN AUSTRALIA!

We are looking for a passionate and hardworking Library Programs Officer to join our team at Singleton Council. In this role, you’ll make a real impact on the everyday lives of people within our community by achieving important outcomes for Singleton to grow and flourish.

 
ABOUT US

Singleton Council has a long and proud history. From our agricultural foundations to our abundant natural resources, we are more than just New South Wales’ largest producer of coal. Singleton has developed into the economic beating heart of the State and a centre of industry, heritage, tourism and community. Here at Council, we offer a wide range of services to our community, supporting our vision to be vibrant, progressive, connected, sustainable and resilient. 


THE ROLE

We are looking for an energetic and innovative Library Programs Officer to develop and deliver high quality library programs for diverse audiences. This role will also be responsible for circulation and information service duties within the Singleton Library.

With a Diploma of Library and Information Services or related discipline, you will be able to demonstrate a commitment to providing excellent customer service to both internal and external customers of Council. Demonstrated experience in the ability to develop and implement quality innovative programs and services including STEAM, digital literacy, traditional library, and outreach that deliver social, cultural, learning, and economic outcomes is a must.

Working knowledge of new technologies, current trends and industry best practice and developments is essential. You will also be able to demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills.

 You must have a current Working with Children’s Check (WWCC).

Experience in a public library environment and knowledge of a library management system and technical equipment set-up and troubleshooting will be well regarded.

Singleton Council is committed to a risk-based approach to ensuring we provide a safe place of work for our staff and visitors. Singleton Council require all employees to be fully vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 and therefore it is important that we understand your vaccination status. 

This position is offered on a 12-month temporary contract working 35 hours per week.

Remuneration for the position is based on Grade 7 of the salary system which equates to a base salary between $57,972 to $65,211 per year plus superannuation.


WHY JOIN US?

At Singleton Council, we are a dynamic, multi-skilled, diverse group of people who share the same passion — to deliver outstanding services and outcomes to our community. We value difference and the creativity it generates towards our productive workforce.

Working for Singleton Council you will join an Engaged, Safe, Sustainable and Performing workforce who, together, we exist to make a difference for our community. To make smart, sustainable decisions, and to go above and beyond so that our community continues to be loved locally and recognised nationally. If you are looking for a challenging and strategically focused career which delivers tangible results for the community all whilst working in a flexible, contemporary environment, join us on our journey to be the best council in Australia.     

  • Be community-first: You’ll create or support important community outcomes and will be fulfilled by the impact you have on everyday lives.
  • Help drive change, step by step: You’ll help improve what we deliver and how we deliver it. You’ll challenge us to move forward, combining hard work and drive with professionalism and staying power.
  • Learn and grow: You’ll develop your skills and reach new heights through the diversity of what we do and through a range of ongoing training opportunities.
  • Join a supportive, family-friendly organisation: Commit to our journey to achieve the best outcomes for our community and we will support you to find the right balance between work and life.
  • Join a employer of choice organisation: You'll be a part of an organisation that has innovative programs targeting staff wellbeing, recognition and inclusion as well as fostering a culture of collective leadership that has seen our organisation recognised as an Employer of Choice from the Human Resources Director (HRD) Australia.

 
INTERESTED?

If you are interested in joining our journey to become the best council in Australia, apply today to develop your skills, reach new heights and make a real impact.

For further information regarding this role please see the position description and information for intending applicants, or contact Kylie Tatt, Coordinator Community Services on (02) 6578 7523.

To be eligible for this role you MUST have the Right to Work in Australia.


APPLICATIONS CLOSE 10 April 2022

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Library Assistant - Taree

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Beverley Dillon, Branch Librarian
Contact Number
(02) 7955 7422
Location
MidCoast Council, NSW

 

Library Assistant - Taree

Job No: MCC3506 | Location: Taree

About the MidCoast Region

From lakes and estuaries to white sandy beaches to world heritage mountain wilderness, the MidCoast region offers an attractive lifestyle for everyone. Our community is characterised by its welcoming attitude, growing economy and natural beauty. These are the pillars of the quality of life we value. To find out more about our beautiful region click here.

Our organisation

At MidCoast Council our people are our most important asset and we believe that we can only reach our full potential when you reach yours. This is the place for those who seek to play a role in the community and have an enthusiasm to learn and grow. Here you can make a real difference.

Our community is our customer and is at the centre of everything we do.  We value, support and empower our people to deliver positive results for our community.

Right now, we are investing heavily in our organisation, and our people. Our Administration Centre has relocated to a brand-new state of the art facility designed to inspire innovation, creativity and collaboration. The building has been named ‘Yalawanyi Ganya’ which means “sitting/meeting place” in the Gathang language of the indigenous people across the MidCoast Region.

The role

This position sits within the Library team and is responsible for the delivery of professional customer service and support of library events and programs. 

In this position you will partake in various customer interactions, maintain the cleanliness and presentation of the library and provide assistance in using technology (e.g internet, printers, wireless PCs etc) 

The person

We are looking for someone with: 

  • Excellence in customer service with the ability to carry out library transactions in a helpful and timely manner.
  • Experience and knowledge of public library systems and tasks
  • Basic computer literacy and including the capacity to effectively use Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to learn the Library Management System.
  • Capacity to support the delivery of library programs
  • Current Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain
  • Current Class C driver’s license 

The package: $27.03 p/h plus superannuation. 

Location: Taree Library - 242 Victoria Street, Taree

Tenure: Part-Time, 28 hours a week

How to apply (apply here): 

  • Before applying please review the POSITION DESCRIPTION 
  • When responding to the questions below, please include detailed and relevant examples of your skills and experience. 
  • We recommend you prepare your question responses in a separate Word document and once complete, copy each response to the relevant question on the application form.
  • Click the "NEXT" button at the bottom of the application form to attach your resume. 
  • You will be able to review your application before submitting it.
  • We will be in touch via email.

At MidCoast Council, we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities. Our aim is to provide all of our staff with an inclusive, safe and healthy working environment.

For enquiries regarding the application process contact Jess Anniwell, Talent Acquisition Officer on 02 7955 7934.

For questions relating to the position requirements please contact Beverley Dillon, Branch Librarian on (02) 7955 7422.

Closing date: Sunday 10th April 2022 at 11.30 pm.

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Library Assistant - Gloucester

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Beverley Dillon, Branch Librarian
Contact Number
(02) 7955 7422
Location
MidCoast Council, NSW

 

Library Assistant - Gloucester

Job No: MCC3500 | Location: Gloucester

About the MidCoast Region

From lakes and estuaries to white sandy beaches to world heritage mountain wilderness, the MidCoast region offers an attractive lifestyle for everyone. Our community is characterised by its welcoming attitude, growing economy and natural beauty. These are the pillars of the quality of life we value. To find out more about our beautiful region click here.

Our organisation

At MidCoast Council our people are our most important asset and we believe that we can only reach our full potential when you reach yours. This is the place for those who seek to play a role in the community and have an enthusiasm to learn and grow. Here you can make a real difference.

Our community is our customer and is at the centre of everything we do.  We value, support and empower our people to deliver positive results for our community.

Right now, we are investing heavily in our organisation, and our people. Our Administration Centre has relocated to a brand-new state of the art facility designed to inspire innovation, creativity and collaboration. The building has been named ‘Yalawanyi Ganya’ which means “sitting/meeting place” in the Gathang language of the indigenous people across the MidCoast Region.

The role

This position sits within the Library team and is responsible for the delivery of professional customer service and support of library events and programs. 

In this position you will partake in various customer interactions, maintain the cleanliness and presentation of the library and provide assistance in using technology (e.g internet, printers, wireless PCs etc) 

The person

We are looking for someone with: 

  • Excellence in customer service with the ability to carry out library transactions in a helpful and timely manner.
  • Experience and knowledge of public library systems and tasks
  • Basic computer literacy and including the capacity to effectively use Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to learn the Library Management System.
  • Capacity to support the delivery of library programs
  • Current Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain
  • Current Class C driver’s license 

The package: $27.03 p/h plus superannuation. 

Location: Gloucester Library - 27 Denison Street, Gloucester 

Tenure: Part-Time, 6 hours a week (3hrs Monday and 3hrs Friday) 

How to apply (apply here): 

  • Before applying please review the POSITION DESCRIPTION 
  • When responding to the questions below, please include detailed and relevant examples of your skills and experience. 
  • We recommend you prepare your question responses in a separate Word document and once complete, copy each response to the relevant question on the application form.
  • Click the "NEXT" button at the bottom of the application form to attach your resume. 
  • You will be able to review your application before submitting it.
  • We will be in touch via email.

At MidCoast Council, we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities. Our aim is to provide all of our staff with an inclusive, safe and healthy working environment.

For enquiries regarding the application process contact Jess Anniwell, Talent Acquisition Officer on 02 7955 7934.

For questions relating to the position requirements please contact Beverley Dillon, Branch Librarian on (02) 7955 7422.

Closing date: Sunday 10th April 2022 at 11.30 pm.

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ePrograms Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Natasha Aldrich
Contact Number
(02) 9083 8724
Location
Waverley Council, NSW

 

ePrograms Librarian

  • Reference Number: S100-22-683
  • Closing Date: 05-04-2022
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Permanent Full-time - 35 hrs - 7 day roster (1 in 4 weekend)
  • Salary $72,842 - $83,768 p.a. plus Superannuation and Library Loading
  • Flexible working conditions, family friendly policies and other great employee benefits.

Waverley is a diverse and innovative Council located in the heart of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. With a broad range of services, programs and initiatives, Waverley is one of the leading local government areas in NSW. Taking in some of Sydney's most beautiful beaches including the world famous Bondi Beach, and encompassing part of Sydney's global economic corridor at Bondi Junction, Waverley Council is an enriching place to broaden your career.

We have a great opportunity for you to unleash your technical expertise and creativity in our busy library assisting in a range of activities including answering reference, children’s library and readers’ services enquiries at our service desk and delivering high quality public programs.

We have a great opportunity for you to unleash your technical expertise and creativity in our busy library assisting in a range of activities including answering reference, children’s library and readers’ services enquiries at our service desk and delivering high quality public programs.

We are looking for someone who can design and implement innovative and future focused technical library programs and outreach activities such as 3D printing, coding and makerspace workshops for all sectors of the community. If you have excellent interpersonal skills, a great attention to detail, love working in a fast-paced changing environment and are committed to the highest standard of customer assistance, then we would be delighted to hear from you.

Please refer to the position description for detailed information on the position and required skills and experience. For more information contact Natasha Aldrich on (02) 9083 8724.

Waverley Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all candidates. We encourage applications from people from diverse groups, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people; people from culturally diverse backgrounds; young people; older workers; people with disabilities; LGBTIQ; and other minority groups.

Key Documents

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Customer Experience Officer – Relief – Band 4

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Janine Galvin
Contact Number
0409 230 264
Location
Casey Cardinia Libraries , VIC

 

Customer Experience Officer – Relief – Band 4
 

Fixed Contract – Full time – until 30th October 2022
$36.9542– $39.9252 per hour
70 hours per fortnight including an evening shift plus weekends (One Saturday shift every 4 weeks and one Sunday shift every 8 weeks)

About the business and the role
Casey Cardinia Libraries is seeking a Customer Experience Officer – Relief

  • Full time – Fixed contract, 35 hours per week
  • Band 4
  • Salary range between $67,256 to $72,663 + super

Casey Cardinia Libraries are seeking an enthusiastic staff member who is passionate about providing services to our community with excellent customer service skills.

CCL have a shared vision, mission and values that are absolutely vital to our success. They define who we are and how we operate. At CCL we value our staff and encourage them to strive to be the best they can, using their strengths every day.

Our library service is important to our community and we want our people (staff and customers) to feel valued and appreciated. Our team work in libraries because they really care about their community and want to make a difference.

This is a Fixed Term contract until 30 October 2022, it is a full-time position at a Band 4 level. It includes an evening shift, one Saturday shift in four weeks and one Sunday shift in eight weeks.

If you:

  • Love working with people
  • Are committed to providing great customer service to our community in a vibrant public library environment
  • Are interested in running programs and events
  • Are confident with information technology and enjoy helping others use it
  • Feel energised by our values of Creativity; Love of Learning; Humour; Social Intelligence; Teamwork and Fairness

We want you to apply!

Skills and Experience

To be successful within this role you will need to have:

  • A strong commitment to upholding CCL Values and supporting behaviours
  • Ability to effectively and efficiently provide friendly customer service
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to communicate with all ages across all levels of community
  • Information technology and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated understanding of the role of public libraries in communities and a community focused approach to service delivery
  • Demonstrate ability to work independently and as part of a team to meet organisational strategic outcomes.
  • Ability to undertake supervisory responsibilities as required
  • Children and Youth experience is advantageous
  • Driver license
  • Working With Children Check
  • Full COVID Vaccination

Contact Janine Galvin on 0409 230 264 for further information

Applicants can view the Position Description here.

Applications close on (5pm) on Friday 8th April 2022

Customer Experience Officer – Relief – Band 3

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Janine Galvin
Contact Number
0409 230 264
Location
Casey Cardinia Libraries, VIC

 

Customer Experience Officer – Relief – Band 3
 

Fixed Contract – Full time – until 30th October 2022
$33.0077 – $36.5024 per hour
70 hours per fortnight including an evening shift plus weekends (One Saturday shift every 4 weeks and one Sunday shift every 8 weeks)

About the business and the role
Casey Cardinia Libraries is seeking a Customer Experience Officer – Relief

  • Full time – Fixed contract, 35 hours per week
  • Band 3
  •  Salary range between $60,074 to $66,434 + super

Casey Cardinia Libraries are seeking an enthusiastic staff member who is passionate about providing services to our community with excellent customer service skills.

CCL have a shared vision, mission and values that are absolutely vital to our success. They define who we are and how we operate. At CCL we value our staff and encourage them to strive to be the best they can, using their strengths every day.

Our library service is important to our community and we want our people (staff and customers) to feel valued and appreciated. Our team work in libraries because they really care about their community and want to make a difference.

This is a Fixed Term contract until 30 October 2022, it is a full-time position at a Band 3 level. It includes an evening shift, one Saturday shift in four weeks and one Sunday shift in eight weeks.

If you:

  • Love working with people
  • Are committed to providing great customer service to our community in a vibrant public library environment
  • Are interested in running programs and events
  • Are confident with information technology and enjoy helping others use it
  • Feel energised by our values of Creativity; Love of Learning; Humour; Social Intelligence; Teamwork and Fairness

We want you to apply!

Skills and Experience

To be successful within this role you will need to have:

  • A strong commitment to upholding CCL Values and supporting behaviours
  • Ability to effectively and efficiently provide friendly customer service
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to communicate with all ages across all levels of community
  • Information technology and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated understanding of the role of public libraries in communities and a community focused approach to service delivery
  • Demonstrate ability to work independently and as part of a team to meet organisational strategic outcomes.
  • Driver license
  • Working With Children Check
  • Full COVID Vaccination

Contact Janine Galvin on 0409 230 264 for further information

Applicants can view the Position Description here.

Applications close on (5pm) on Friday 8th April 2022

Email applications directly to employment@cclc.vic.gov.au

Librarian - Customer Service (casual)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jane McKellar, Library Services Coordinator
Contact Number
03 9249 4173
Location
Brimbank City Council, VIC

 

Librarian - Customer Service (casual)

  • Reference Number: 10443
  • Location: Brimbank Libraries
  • Enterprise Agreement / Classification: EA - Library Band 5A 35 Hour Cas
  • Hourly rate: $38.92 plus 25% loading

About Brimbank Libraries

Brimbank Libraries is a dynamic public library service in Melbourne’s western suburbs delivering a range of services and programs to the community to support lifelong learning, literacy and community development.

Libraries are based at Deer Park, Keilor, St Albans, Sunshine and Sydenham.

Our casual staff team provides proactive excellent customer service to all library users.

About the role

Work with a great team of staff who are committed to providing exceptional services to our community. You will actively contribute to effective customer service and leading the team as required when on rostered desk shifts.

Your responsibilities include providing face to face customer service responding to customer needs in a timely manner.  This can range from information queries, using technology and wanting a great book to read!

Hours are worked on an as needs basis backfilling staff absences. You may work at any of our five libraries across seven days per week including evening shifts.

About You

This is a perfect opportunity for a new librarianship graduate to spend time in a public library environment building your skills and experience as you start in your career as a librarian.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Librarianship. Experience in other environments transferrable into a library setting are ideal.

How to apply

Apply online and send through a cover letter, your resume and a response to the key selection criteria which is on the last page of the position description.

All successful candidates must have a successful Police check and have a Working with Children Check (Employer not volunteer)

For further information contact Jane McKellar, Library Services Coordinator on 03 9249 4173

Selection Criteria

  • Essential : Do you hold a relevant University Librarianship qualification eligible for Associate membership of ALIA
  • Essential : Do you have great information and customer service skills?
  • Essential : Please list your availability on both weekdays and weekends

Closing Date: 10 April 2022

Position Description attached above under Document\s

Application Guide: Download Guide

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Development Officer Local History & Information Services 

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
The Hills Shire Council, NSW

 

Development Officer Local History & Information Services 

Location: Castle Hill, Australia | Reference: 5884136

About the role:

The Hills Shire Council has an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced professional who is passionate about Local History. Based at Castle Hill, the Development Officer Local History & Information Services will preserve and future-proof the History of The Hills Shire. This role is responsible for managing the development, implementation and delivery of Local History and Information Service initiatives across the library service.

Duties include:

  • Manage the acquisition, development and presentation of information sources physical and digital, including Reference collections, Hills Voices Online and online databases.
  • Identify opportunities to utilise social media to increase reach of Local History and Information services.
  • Develop, coordinate and deliver information services and local history training to staff.
  • Ensure objectives of the library business plan are met in local history and information services.
  • Manage the digitisation of the library's ephemera, photographs & archives to increase availability and access for customers.
  • Develop internal and external partnerships to showcase the Local History Collection and increase community engagement with the history of the Shire.
  • Undertake research for internal & external customers relating to the history of the Shire.
  • Provide direct customer service at any of Council's libraries.
  • Develop, implement & report on assigned projects.

About you:

To be successful in this role you will have:

  1. Minimum 3 years in a similar role
  2. Degree or post graduate qualifications or currently undertaking degree or post graduate qualifications in Library & Information studies coupled with relevant work experience.
  3. Working with Children Check
  4. Proven experience in the delivery of Information Services
  5. Proven experience of local history of The Hills LGA
  6. Strong technology skills, including digitisation and the use of metadata.

Working with us:

THSC employees enjoy: Performance Bonuses, Learning & Development Opportunities, Active Social Club, Variable Leave days, Proactive Wellbeing Initiatives, and Working for the Community.

Position details:

Permanent full-time role, S0311, Salary: From $83K + Superannuation

Next steps:

Please review the Position Description available on Council's Careers Page (or above under Document\s) and submit your application online at www.thehills.nsw.gov.au by 5pm on 5th April 2022.

Employment will be subject to clearance on the following pre-employment checks: Psychometric Testing, Reference Checks, Identity Check, Drug and Alcohol Screening and Medical Check, and may also include a Criminal History and Working with Children Check.

The Hills Shire Council is committed to the principles of employment equity and diversity. We assess applications on merit and suitability related to the inherent requirements of the position. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.

We're seeking individuals who embrace our values and can work collaboratively to deliver quality customer services and infrastructure to The Hills Shire community.

Applications Close: 05 Apr 2022

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Team Leader Collections and Information Services

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Elysa Dennis, Coordinator Library Information & Heritage Services
Contact Number
(02) 87117150
Location
Liverpool City Council, NSW

 

Team Leader Collections and Information Services

  • Location: Liverpool City Council Libraries
  • Package: $87,498.08 - $95,875.52
  • Tenure: 1 x Permanent Full Time, 35 hours, 5 days per week
  • Closing: 5 April 2022

Excellent opportunity for a leadership role, within a large community focused library service. The Team Leader Library Collections and Information Services directs and supports a team of seven staff.  Providing collections and services for a growing and diverse community.

Your responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Purchase, management and promotion of our physical library collections.
  • Leading and supporting the team to provide well used and customer focused collections and information services.
  • Supplier and contract tracking, ensuring quality standards and budget reporting. 

Salary will be dependent upon the relevant skills, experience and competencies of the successful applicant.

For further information about the position please contact Elysa DennisCoordinator Library Information & Heritage Services on (02) 87117150.

How to Apply: Please click the 'Apply' button above. Applicants must submit a covering letter, current resume and response to the selection criteria questions which will be shown once you commence your application.

Click here for a copy of the position description  

Liverpool City Council is committed to providing a working environment that supports all employees to reach their full potential.

To be eligible to apply for permanent positions at Liverpool City Council, you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. For Temporary positions, you need a visa that gives you permission to work in Australia.

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