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Literacy and Learning Program Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Sarah Restuccia, Team Leader Literacy, Learning and Partnerships
Contact Number
(03) 9747 5329
Location
Melton City Council, VIC

 

Literacy and Learning Program Officer

Job No: MEL435 | Location: Melton

Part Time Permanent Position - 28 hours per week 

Salary Range $65,364 to $69,299 per annum pro-rata + 10% Super 

About Melton City Council

The City of Melton is a community where everyone belongs. Ours is a vibrant and diverse municipality—one of the fastest developing in Australia. Our organisation strives to provide our community with state-of-the-art amenity and facilities, engaging health and wellbeing options, and support to become active members of our Lifelong Learning City.

We invest in innovation, offering professional and personal development, and generous leave and flexibility to staff, while also fostering a collaborative and inclusive culture. You’ll be able to work close to home in a dynamic setting featuring cafes and retail options set amongst heritage buildings and open green spaces.

The Opportunity

Melton City Libraries is seeking a creative and enthusiastic storyteller and program facilitator to develop and deliver early years and school years services and programs. This is an opportunity for a passionate and customer focused individual to join our libraries team. This part time position working Monday-Thursday and is based at our Melton Library and Learning Hub, a state-of-the art community hub in the heart of Melton.   

Key Responsibilities

  • Deliver high quality customer service across the library service to ensure customers have a positive experience characterised by active engagement, providing direction to library officers as required.

  • Participate in rostered library customer service shifts at library facilities or outreach points and proactively engage with customers to maximise their use of resources, equipment, technology, and online platforms.

  • Support the delivery of early years and school years programs across the library service by developing program plans, lesson plans and Storytime kits, and contributing to the planning and evaluation of the calendar of events

  • Facilitate and deliver a range of early years and primary school years programs across the library service including story time, baby bounce, toddler time, outreach visits, school holiday programs, New Parents Groups and after school programs.

About you

To be successful in this role you will have the following:

  • A Tertiary qualification acceptable for technician membership of the Australian Library and Information Association together with public library experience, or other relevant qualification together with relevant public library and program delivery experience.

  • A passion for storytelling and community engagement, with a customer-centric approach to your work.

Culture and Values

Our vision for our community is to be: "A vibrant, safe and liveable city accessible to all" and that means there’s a place here for you too. Our organisational values represent us as an established growth Council and the values are reflected in everything we do; our decision-making, our actions and our service provision to the community. Council has a diverse and vibrant organisation and we’d love to have you join us to help shape a city for the future.

We are Vibrant MELTON. Our values are:

  • Motivate
  • Empower
  • Lead
  • Trust
  • Open
  • Nurture 

Benefits

There are a number of great reasons why our people love working at Melton City Council: 

  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Extensive Career Development & Leadership Programs
  • Family Room available including Breastfeeding Facilities (Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace accredited)
  • Wellbeing initiatives
  • Social Club Activities
  • Subsidised Uniforms

To read more about our benefits visit https://meltoncity-staff-benefits.applynow.net.au/

How To Apply

If you require further information about the position, please contact Sarah Restuccia, Team Leader Literacy, Learning and Partnerships, (03) 9747 5329.

Applications must include a Resume and address the Key Selection Criteria outlining your suitability to the role .

We encourage you use the STAR approach when writing your responses to the selection criteria.

Situation (Task) – provide a brief outline of the situation or task?

Action – what did you do in response to the situation or task?

Result – what was the result of your action?

Key Selection Criteria outline the most important knowledge, skills, behaviours and experience needed to perform the role.  The criteria may include technical knowledge and experience, as well as interpersonal skills, and tend to be specific to the role’s specialisation and industry.

To address the Key Selection Criteria you will need to write short statements explaining how you meet the criteria, or how you demonstrate the capability. We encourage you to keep your responses concise. 

Applications submitted via email, after the closing date and/or that do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Applicants will need to undertake pre-employment requirements, dependent on the position.

Successful applicants must comply with COVID-19 Public Health Orders applicable to Local Government employees and Council’s COVID-19 vaccination policy which require employees to provide documentary evidence of their vaccination status before attending the workplace.

To view the Position Description, click here.

Applications close 5.00pm Friday 29 April 2022

To be eligible for employment at Melton City Council you must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident of Australia or be legally entitled to work in Australia.

At Melton City Council we care for our people, we’re committed to the professional growth of our employees and support balance and flexibility. If you want to work with talented, passionate people and build a thriving and vibrant community, we encourage you to apply. We strongly encourage job applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, LGBTIQ and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. 

Melton City Council is committed to being a Child Safe organisation.

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Library Delivery Supervisor (Dalby OR Chinchilla)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
Western Downs Regional Council, QLD

 

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Library Delivery Supervisor (Dalby OR Chinchilla)

  • Reference Number: 717
  • Closing Date: 28-04-2022
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Regional

About Council

A region the size of Tasmania, just 2.5 hours west of Brisbane and an easy drive from the Sunshine and Gold Coasts, the Western Downs has a growing population of over 34,000 people.

The region’s diverse economy, vibrant active communities and the extensive infrastructure and multi-billion dollar energy investments are ensuring that the Western Downs continues to go from strength-to-strength.

Western Downs Regional Council is one of only a handful of Council’s in the state of Queensland to be debt-free.

Council is very proud of this immense achievement, proving itself to be one of the most financially prudent Councils in Queensland.

About the Role

Based at either Dalby OR Chinchilla, you will be responsible for supervising and contributing to operational objectives of Western Downs Libraries with particular emphasis on a high level of supervision to facilities including Library branches, multi-purposes centres and Tara QGAP.

Reporting to the Library Services Coordinator, you will:

  • Monitoring and supporting branch-level delivery of public programming and marketing / promotions across all branches;
  • Identifying, researching, developing and implementing operational procedures in liaison with the Library Service Coordinator; and
  • Providing management, research, facilitation and support for Library projects.

About you

The successful applicant will have:

  • Team leadership skills including consistency, fairness and the ability to mentor and coach team members;
  • Highly developed interpersonal and influencing skills; and
  • Highly developed report writing, submission preparation and project management skills.

Applicants must be fully vaccinated (received 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine recognised by the Therapeutic Goods Administration or as determined by Queensland Health (Public Health Direction)), or be able to provide evidence of any contraindication in accordance with the Public Health Direction, or be willing to be fully vaccinated before commencement. You agree that you will comply with Council's COVID-19 Vaccination - Organisational Policy. 

What we offer:

  • Access to Corporate Health Plan
  • Access to free Employee Assistance Program & confidential counselling
  • Health & Wellbeing program
  • Salary Packaging available - Motor Vehicles, Superannuation, Remote Area Housing (Rent), Fuel, Gas and Electricity
  • Locality allowance
  • Work / life balance - option of 9 day fortnight or 19 day month
  • Living & Working in the Western Downs

If you enjoy working both autonomously as well as collaboratively with employees, this role is for you.  

TOGETHER WE MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE.

Applications close at 5.00pm AEST on Thursday 28 April 2022

Additional Information

The recruitment process may include candidates completing a pre-employment health declaration and you may be required to undergo a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol testing.

Applicants for this position agree to WDRC conducting an independent employment check with your current (or most recent) employer prior to your formal appointment to the advertised position.

WDRC reserves the right to close or withdraw vacancies before the advertised closing date, or extend the closing date, without prior notice.

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Note: Candidates using mobile devices are strongly advised to use a desktop computer to complete the application forms as they require extensive amounts of typing.

Coordinator Library Collections and Technology

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Mieke Mellars
Contact Number
03 9356 6908
Location
Hume City Council, VIC

 

Coordinator Library Collections and Technology (100457)

Broadmeadows, Australia | Reference: 5904572

*$101,593 per annum (Band 7) plus Super * Permanent Full Time

The Coordinator Library Collections and Technology will lead the strategic development and management of all library collections and library specific ICT systems. The role requires an ability to provide high-level professional contributions to the policy, planning and decision making of the Library Leadership and Library Management teams to ensure continuous improvement and library business development. The successful candidate will also provide strong, service-wide leadership to develop and maintain a high performing, customer-focused culture across all library service points and work teams.

Key Skills

  • Build capacity in library specific ICT and contemporary digital technologies;
  • Effective leadership, supervision and management of the Library Collections and Technology teams;
  • Future trend identification, combined with analytical skills to drive data enhancement, facilitate decision-making and map opportunities for innovation and future service development;

Company Profile

Hume City Council is a leader in local government and is recognised for its innovation, initiative, leadership, service, quality and support for its people.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion and the principles of gender equality.
Our Council recognises the value of the diversity and strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures to the heritage of all Australians.

We have zero tolerance for child abuse and adhere to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation. Our people are required to observe child safe requirements and support the safety, participation, wellbeing and empowerment of children.
Our strong commitment to social justice and the environment provides opportunities for employees to participate in various programs.

We offer flexible work arrangements and a range of other employee benefits to support employee's work life balance.

In line with directions issued by Victoria's Chief Health Officer, all roles at Hume City Council require staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Successful applicants will be required to provide COVID-19 vaccination certificate or valid medical exemption.

For further information please view position description (under Document\s above) or contact Mieke Mellars on 03 9356 6908.

Applications Close: 26 April 2022

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Library Digital Inclusion Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Soraya Majidi, Library Team Leader
Contact Number
08 6820 3917
Location
City of Albany, WA

 

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Library Digital Inclusion Officer

  • Posted: 13/04/2022
  • Closing Date: 27/04/2022
  • Salary: $63,732.50
  • Job Type: Permanent - Part Time
  • Location: Albany Public Library
  • Job Category: Community Services and Development,IT

The City of Albany is one of Western Australia’s most important and historic regional Cities. The services, facilities and activities that we offer are continually evolving and expanding. As an employee of the City, you can help us to reach our full potential. We employ around 400 staff members and provide an exceptional and committed service to the City of Albany and we create an environment where every employee has an opportunity to succeed. We are committed to a more diverse workforce and promote diversity and equal opportunity employment.

 Job Description

The City of Albany’s Library Team is looking for a dynamic, tech-savvy, customer focused individual to take up the role of Library Digital Inclusion Officer.

Reporting to the Library Systems Coordinator, this role will see you responsible for the development and delivery of digital literacy programs and services that create learning opportunities and support building of digital literacy skills in the community to foster greater confidence, creativity and innovation in the use of digital technologies. 

 Desired Skills and Experience

Experience in delivering public library and / or technology or education services and programs along with experience working in a role involving a high degree of exposure to internal and external customers is essential for this position.

The successful candidate will also require the following skills;

  • Highly developed time management and organisation skills, including, setting priorities, planning and organising work;
  • High-level of interpersonal and verbal communication skills, with the ability and enthusiasm to engage all members of a diverse community;
  • Well-developed leadership and teamwork skills;
  • Ability to work with community groups, agencies, departments and business organisations to deliver quality programs and services;
  • Ability to plan, develop, implement and promote library programs and promotional activities; and
  • Well-developed computer skills including knowledge of MS Office, mobile operating systems and applications (including Apple and Android devices), website content management systems; internet applications, database and online subscription services, Library Management Systems; computer hardware and software applications, and technology trends and applications. 

If you meet the above requirements, have experience working in a similar position and are passionate about working for the City of Albany, please apply

Please note, the City follows all State and Federal Government COVID requirements including, where applicable, mandatory vaccination.

Applicants must clearly address the items listed in the Conditions and How to Apply document in their cover letter to be eligible for an interview. 

If you are having any difficulties or for further assistance with the process please contact People and Culture at hro@albany.wa.gov.au or on 08 6820 3110. Role related queries should be directed to Soraya Majidi, Library Team Leader at sorayam@albany.wa.gov.au or on 08 6820 3917.  

Applications close 5pm, Wednesday 27 April 2022

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Manager Library Services

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
North Sydney Council, NSW

 

Manager Library Services

Job No: NSYD157 | Location: North Sydney

Salary range from: $130,762.43 to $156,133.87 pa + 10% superannuation

+ access to Private / Pool leaseback vehicle or $9,000 vehicle offset allowance

35 hours per week with access to flexi time  

Stanton Library is a quality customer focused library service located in a beautiful park setting near a busy CBD, close to public transport and recreational facilities.

We currently have an exciting, rare opportunity for an experienced Manager to lead our dedicated Library Services team at Stanton Library.  

This position is responsible for the management of the Stanton Library and Historical Services departments to meet the outcomes of the North Sydney Council Delivery and Operational Plans.

You will also be responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic vision and operations of the Library, Heritage Centre and Museums, as well as leading the library services department in providing programs, services, collections and facilities that meet the needs of the North Sydney Community.

Essential 

  • Tertiary qualifications in library studies or associated discipline, recognised by the Australian Library and Information Association.
  • Substantial experience in library operational and staff management.
  • Extensive experience and knowledge across a range of contemporary library service issues and a sound working knowledge of relevant legislation and frameworks.
  • Experience in building and leading staff teams and developing a positive staff culture
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and delivering strategic objectives, including effective project management and change management skills.
  • High level oral and written communication skills, including the ability to effectively represent the library and negotiate with a range of stakeholders.
  • Thorough understanding of administrative, budgetary and financial planning and procedures, with a proven ability to deliver cost effective services to the community.
  • Current Working with Children Check (WWCC)

Desirable

  • Experience in developing and delivering customer consultation and community engagement activities.
  • Knowledge and interest in local history and heritage, along with a solid understanding of issues and considerations in managing historical collections and properties
  • Vaccinated against COVID-19

Why work at North Sydney Council?

We're committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and positive workplace. Our teams are reflective of the communities in which we operate, and we value the unique contribution each member makes to the North Sydney Council. The work we do makes a real difference to the lives of our residents and contributes to their economic and social wellbeing.

North Sydney Council as an employer offers excellent employee benefits such as:

  • Easy accessibility to work with spectacular harbour view work locations
  • Excellent work life balance with a 35-hour working week for indoor workers or fortnightly RDO’s for outdoor workers
  • Flexible working hours with access to Flexi time
  • Freedom to direct contributions to any compliant superannuation fund
  • Health and Well-being programs for all employees such as Yoga, Pilates, Boxing
  • Access to employee recognition and reward program
  • Weekly fruit baskets
  • Free access to counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Program
  • Free financial advice by a certified Financial Planner
  • Monetary Transport allowance
  • Invitations to Local Govt events, training and planning sessions
  • Access to corporate social events at picturesque harbour locations

To view the Position Description, Click Here 

How to apply

Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, resume and answer the selection criteria questions.

In accordance with the requirements of this role, a National Police Clearance will be required as part of the Recruitment process.  

It is essential for applicants to submit their WWCC number with their application. It is an offence under NSW legislation for barred workers to apply for or otherwise attempt to obtain, undertake or remain in child-related employment.

Closing Date: 20 April 2022 - 11.30pm 

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North Sydney Council is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity in order to  provide a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. North Sydney Council  also adheres  to the principles of a child safe organisation and is committed to the care and protection of all children and young people. We strongly encourage candidates from wide-ranging backgrounds, identities and experiences to apply.

Social Inclusion / Branch Manager

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jonathan Gosden or Tracey Olive
Contact Number
(03) 9896 4333
Location
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries, VIC

 

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Social Inclusion / Branch Manager

Applications closing on 21 April 2022, 11:00 PM

Social Inclusion / Branch Manager – The Pines Library
Ongoing Full Time
$90,671 - $98,375 +Superannuation

Whitehorse Manningham Libraries are seeking applications from community focused librarians wishing to make a difference in the community they work in.

This position is responsible for leading and supporting a branch library team and for providing strategic input into the development and delivery of collections and services for non-dominant local communities.

About the Role
As part of the Branch Management Team, you will play a significant role in the operational and strategic direction of the library service.

The successful applicant will:

  • Have the ability to manage a branch library, including the supervision of staff and volunteers
  • Engage with non-dominant community groups and people
  • Be committed to the delivery of information services
  • Have the ability to manage and plan library events and programs; both in person and virtually
  • Have strong people management and influencing skills
  • Enjoy leading a team
  • Have the ability to provide strategic advice in the development of community language collections
  • Have strong communication skills
  • Have recognised tertiary qualifications conferring eligibility for professional membership of the  Australian Library and Information Association

Applicants must hold a Working with Children Check card and must be willing to undergo a National Police Record Check.  Previous public library experience in a leadership role would be an advantage.

While this position is located at The Pines Library, all 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 will be required.  There are also opportunities to work collaboratively with relevant Manningham council departments and staff.

WML offers the following benefits:

  • Access to professional development opportunities that support our commitment to life-long learning and a skilled workforce
  • Purchased leave arrangements and carry-over arrangements from the Local Government sector
  • Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family members
  • Annual free flu vaccination
  • Ability to salary sacrifice superannuation

All applicants are required to read the position description prior to submitting an application.  For instructions on how to apply and a copy of the position description go to the Whitehorse Manningham Libraries website. All applications must include a cover letter, resume and a response to the Key Selection Criteria. Applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria as detailed in the position description will not be considered.

For further information contact Jonathan Gosden or Tracey Olive on (03) 9896 4333.

Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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Librarian - Part Time

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jonathan Gosden or Tracey Olive
Contact Number
(03) 9896 4333
Location
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries, VIC

 

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Librarian - Part Time

Applications closing on 21 April 2022, 11:00 PM

Librarian
Ongoing
Part Time (0.6)
$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.

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:

  • Engage with a diverse community and stakeholders
  • Be committed to the delivery of information services
  • Have the ability to deliver quality and customer focused information and reader guidance services
  • Have the ability to assist in the management and delivery of library events, programs and digital literacy training
  • Have strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Be committed to strengthening community partnerships and connections
  • Provide services via in house, outreach and online platforms, dependent upon customer needs. 
  • Enjoy working as part of a team
  • Have recognised tertiary qualifications conferring eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association 

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. 

This position is currently located at The Pines Library in East Doncaster but may be required to work at any of the Whitehorse Manningham Library locations in accordance with operational needs. Rostered weekend work and evening shifts will be required. 

All applicants are required to read the position description prior to submitting an application.  For instructions on how to apply and a copy of the position description click on the links provided. All applications must include a cover letter, resume and a response to the Key Selection Criteria. Applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria as detailed in the position description will not be considered.

Please submit your application via the Apply Here link.

For further information contact Jonathan Gosden or Tracey Olive on (03) 9896 4333

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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Programs Facilitator Libraries

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jane Kreis - Service Leader Cultural Development and Programs
Contact Number
0418 108 163
Location
Coffs Harbour City Council, NSW

 

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Programs Facilitator Libraries

Coffs Harbour, Australia | Reference: 5881430

About the role

Reporting to the Service Leader Cultural Development and Programs, you will be responsible for the implementation and delivery of creative, stimulating and innovative Library programs and events to meet the interests of the Coffs Harbour community. You will build and maintain collaborative partnerships and undertake community engagement to assist in the planning, delivery and evaluation of programs and events.

In this position you will be required, at times, to work after hours or on weekends. As such, the ability to work flexible hours is an inherent requirement of the role.

About you

If you have a Degree in a related field, plus relevant experience in the library, cultural and creative sector, we want to hear from you!

You will have demonstrated experience in library program and event planning, delivery and evaluation as well as demonstrated experience in program implementation and promotion across a variety of sectors and venues.

Exceptional interpersonal, communication and customer service skills will prove essential to this role, as will your ability to critically assess situations, resolve problems and balance competing priorities.

You will possess a high level of computer literacy including Microsoft Office programs, library or other management systems and online collaboration and productivity tools.

You must hold a Current Working with Children's Check and Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate, or be willing to obtain.

In this role you will be required at times to work after hours or on weekends. As such, the ability to work flexible hours is an inherent requirement of the role.

About Coffs Harbour City Council

Coffs Harbour City Council is leading change in the industry. Council is committed to the pursuit of excellence, which means we strive to deliver the excellent services that are desired and valued by our community, now and into the future. We stand by the values of delivering excellence in our services through innovation, recognising that our customers are at the heart of what we do, supporting our people to provide them the scope to deliver outcomes, working together to seek solutions both internally and externally and being transparent and responsible in all that we do.

What we offer:

  • Full-time, permanent position of 35-hours per week
  • We encourage flexible working hours so that you can shape your work life balance
  • Other progressive benefits such as employee wellness programs, opportunities to purchase additional annual leave and salary sacrificing options

Salary

Starting salary from $69,246 per annum + superannuation.

All other conditions of employment will be in accordance with Council's Enterprise Agreement and the NSW Local Government (State) Awards.

Applications

Please note: applications must be submitted via Council's Careers page and close 9pm AEDT on the closing date. Applications submitted via Seek or any other platform will not be accepted.

More details about the role can be found on Council's Careers page by clicking on Download\s above to access the PD.

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Applications Close: 17 April 2022

Enquiries: Jane Kreis - Service Leader Cultural Development and Programs - T: 0418 108 163

Please note a talent pool may be created from this campaign for both permanent and temporary opportunities in the future.

Coffs Harbour City Council is committed to the principles of employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from people of all ages and background.

Casual Library Technician

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Sita Chatterjee
Contact Number
02 9424 0175
Location
Ku-ring-gai Council, NSW

 

Library Technician

Job No: KGC45 | Location: Gordon

Role Overview

Application Form

Casual Library Technician

$33.92 to $39.35 per hour + super + 25% casual loading

Casual position 

Working with Children Check required

About Ku-ring-gai Council

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.

About the role

Reporting to the Library Experience Coordinator, you will be responsible for supporting the effective operation of the Library’s lending, reference and information, technical and program services. This role may be asked to work across multiple library locations.

Duties

  • Participate in the delivery of events, activities and programs, outreach and specialist services
  • Provide training to library users in the use of Library equipment, services and facilities
  • Respond to customer enquiries promptly and efficiently
  • Assist in the implementation of innovative marketing strategies

Skills & experience

  • Qualification in Library and Information Science
  • Working with Children Check for paid workers
  • Strong Customer Service skills
  • Sound knowledge of library information systems
  • Previous public library experience (desirable)

Benefits

  • Casual roster
  • Enjoy working across multiple locations
  • Join a strong, supportive team

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 Sita Chatterjee on 02 9424 0175

Closes: 11:30pm, Monday 18 April 2022

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Ku-ring-gai Council is an equal opportunity employer

Acquisitions Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Alan Butters, Coordinator Technology & Resources
Contact Number
0413 187 633
Location
Maribyrnong City Council, VIC

 

Acquisitions Librarian

Footscray, Australia  | Reference: 5892962

  • Temporary Full-time position until January 2023
  • Band 5 ($75,044 - 85,861) plus 10% Super plus monthly ADO.
  • CBD Fringe Location

Maribyrnong Library Service invites applications from experienced Librarians who are committed to providing excellence in Acquisitions services and work flows. Based at the Footscray Library as part of the Support Services Team you will provide an efficient and effective library and information service, meeting the needs of the Maribyrnong community.

The successful applicant will:

  • Have a relevant tertiary qualification which confers eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association, and/or experience working in a similar role.
  • Be experienced in the development and delivery of high quality and effective acquisitions services, preferably within a public library environment.
  • Have the ability to manage time effectively, set priorities and plan and organise your own work, and the work of any employees under the incumbent's supervision, within the context of the library team environment.
  • Budgetary skills to ensure services are delivered within budget frameworks and business plans.
  • Have supervisory experience including the ability to implement personnel practices.

This position is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Librarian to demonstrate excellence and innovation within a library service strongly connected to a very diverse community.

Enquiries: Alan Butters, Coordinator Technology & Resources on (0413 187 633).

We are a child safe organisation and an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to child safety and supporting the best interests of children in all our operations. Council encourages young people, people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

Applications Close: 10.00 PM 17 April 2022

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