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Team Leader, Library

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

 

Team Leader, Library

Reference Number: S100-22-661 | Closing Date: 31-03-2022 | Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

  • Permanent full time
  • Salary Range $79,777 to $91,744
  • 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 amazing place to broaden your career. 

This position will be responsible for the supervision and management of Waverley Library’s Programs & Outreach teams. You will lead, manage and supervise the service points of Library public areas on weekdays, weekends and evenings to facilitate the delivery of responsive, high quality, friendly and efficient services relevant to the diverse needs of the community.  You will also be responsible for the implementation of Library plans, processes, procedures and activities and for the development and delivery of a range of community programming. 

You will need Tertiary qualifications in Business, Information Services, Library or equivalent experience, and the ability to work a 7-day roster.  You will also have one to two years’ experience in innovative service delivery and staff supervision, with a proven capacity to lead, develop, train and motivate staff through co-operation, within a Library (or similar) public contact environment.

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 during business hours. 

Waverley Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all candidates. We encourage applications from women and men 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 

  1. View The Job Description (PD - Team Leader Library 2022.pdf) 
  2. Preview The Position Requirements 

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Children and Youth Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jacquie Kilkenny, Team Leader, Children and Youth
Contact Number
03 8470 8045
Location
Darebin City Council, VIC

 

Children and Youth Librarian

At Darebin, diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the core of how we work. Our commitment to these values is unwavering, they are central to our mission, to our impact and to help us better serve our community. We know that having varied perspectives and lived experiences helps generate better ideas to enable a diverse, inclusive and connected community.

Darebin encourages applications from candidates of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people of colour. We value people of all abilities and diversity of culture, faith, gender identity and sexual orientation. We welcome unique contributions and perspectives of all people to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities we work with and live in.

About Darebin City Council

Located in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, Darebin City Council is home to one of the largest, most diverse communities in terms of culture, language, religion, socio-economic background, occupation, and housing needs. The city has one of the largest populations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents in metropolitan Melbourne. Our Vision is for a community that works together to advance community life.

About the Role

  • Develop and deliver inclusive child-led early years’ children’s programs and events that develop literacy and foster community connection for children and their families including families at risk of exclusion
  • Collaborate with community organisations and council business units to promote children’s and youth programming and library services in both online physical settings
  • Build relationships and develop partnerships that support our community development and engagement goals – including an awareness of social, cultural, neural and linguistic diversity
  • Use your experience in collection development to ensure our commitment to a diverse and inclusive physical and digital collection

Skills & Experience 

  • A tertiary qualification in library and information management, early childhood, education, youth work or community development and/or less formal qualification with relevant experience in working with children and youth
  • A current Victorian Driver’s Licence is desirable
  • Proven experience in delivering customer service, primarily in a library, retail, community or hospitality environment.
  • Knowledge and experience in selecting resources, especially focussing on the learning and literacy needs of children and youth, including CALD and inclusive resources.
  • Demonstrated experience in and the ability to develop, facilitate and evaluate inclusive programs and activities for children and youth and their families in a public library, education, arts or community setting.

Culture

As a progressive leader in Local Government, Darebin City Council is passionate about social inclusion, sustainability, engagement and service excellence. We are proud of the diversity of our workforce and recognise the strength this provides in meeting the needs of the community we serve. We are committed to upholding a positive and supportive work environment that values the contribution of all employees and treats all employees with dignity and respect.

Benefits

We offer a range of benefits to our employees including opportunities for personal and professional development, flexible work practices, Employee Assistance Program, recognition and reward program - Appreciate Great and a variety of generous paid and unpaid leave options.

How to Apply

If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, please submit your application including a resume and a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description.

We’re also happy to adjust our recruitment process to support your accessibility needs.

Contact Jacquie Kilkenny, Team Leader, Children and Youth, on 03 8470 8045 for a confidential discussion.

Applications close on Wednesday 30th March at 11.30pm.


Darebin is committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, and thorough ‘Safety Screening’ processes apply. To work at Darebin City Council, you will be required to supply proof of work rights, a Victorian Employee Working with Children Check and comply with Child Safety standards.

All employees are required to undertake an Australian Criminal History Check and may be required to complete a Functional Health Assessment. Council requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as outlined in the Staff Covid-19 Vaccination Policy.

Download: Position Description

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Senior Library Assistant (Heritage)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Marilyn Gallo, Heritage Services Librarian
Contact Number
02 97250190
Location
Fairfield City Council, NSW

 

Senior Library Assistant (Heritage) - 2022.030

Applications closing on 10 April 2022, 11:59 PM

  • Reference number2022.030
  • Job TypePart Time
  • PackageThis position is a Grade 3, salary range is $ 59,046 p.a.(pro-rata) with progression to $ 63,586 p.a.(pro-rata) on demonstrated competencies, with performance progression to $ 69167 p.a. (pro-rata).

THE POSITION: The Senior Library Assistant (Heritage) assists with the development and delivery of the Library and Museum & Gallery’s Heritage Services.

In this role the Senior Library Assistant (Heritage) also:

Assists in researching, developing, implementing and evaluating best practice within the specialist Heritage field with the aim of providing, promoting, preserving and managing access to and use of the Library Heritage and Museum & Gallery’s Collections.

The position may be required to work in any of the Libraries which customer service is a priority.

It provides customer service and business support services, managing requests and enquiries from Library customers and other stakeholders to contribute to the efficient provision of a core business service to Council’s customers. The position also collaborates with business units, providing specialist operational support, developing relationships to enhance service delivery and managing key information or systems to facilitate the delivery of business objectives and meet user and customer needs.

The position may also contribute to the delivery of key projects incorporating research, planning, delivery, evaluation and the management and/or co-ordination of Council systems, programs or events, liaising with internal or external stakeholders to achieve successful project, system or program outcomes.

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, abilities and/or minimum qualifications necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. 

ESSENTIAL: 

  • Interpersonal and relationship building skills and experience to facilitate interactions with customers and stakeholders for the provision of service delivery
  • Communication skills including oral, written and verbal skills for consulting, collaborating and interacting with customers and to provide professional responses to enquiries, including heritage requests bookings and complaints
  • Skills and experience working within a customer service environment with the ability to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction combined with the ability to respond appropriately to customer requests and meet customer service requirements
  • Organisation and time management skills combined with the ability to work unsupervised, handling competing priorities to adapt to fluctuating workloads and changing priorities
  • Ability to apply initiative and problem solve on issues encountered in day-to-day activities and in the response to customers’ requests and issues to determine and implement an appropriate course of action
  • Skills and experience in administration with the ability to manage and maintain information and library management systems such as customer records or computerised room and program bookings or other library related information
  • Experience in developing and implementing procedures and guidelines related to service delivery may be required
  • Experience in all MS Office applications (Excel, Word), including email and internet as well as databases and point of sales systems
  • Appropriate qualifications and industry experience in a relevant field
  • A current Working with Children Check 

DESIRABLE:

  • Certificate II, III or IV in library and information studies
  • History or museum study qualifications, experience in information research and/or training in heritage collection management and/or archival practices
  • Knowledge of and experience in the Local Government environment
  • Current New South Wales Driver Licence or ability to obtain

SALARY & EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS:

  • Permanent part-time position, 28 hours per fortnight. Work hours spanning Monday to Sunday 8am to 9pm.  This include one times evening shift and one weekend day per month.
  • This position is a Grade 3, salary range is $ 59,046 p.a.(pro-rata) with progression to $ 63,586 p.a.(pro-rata) on demonstrated competencies, with performance progression to $ 69167 p.a. (pro-rata).
  • A uniform is provided.

FURTHER CONTACTS:  Enquiries regarding the position should be directed to Marilyn Gallo, Heritage Services Librarian on 02 97250190 or a position description is available by contacting Fairfield City Museum & Gallery on 02 97250190.

CLOSING DATE:  Friday, 10 April 2022

HOW TO APPLY:  Applications must address the knowledge, skills, qualifications and experience required in the Position Description. A position description is available from the contact person listed above, or from Council’s Website. To apply online visit Council’s website www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au/fccjobs. Applications should be addressed to the undersigned and received by the closing date. Applicants must be prepared to undergo a medical examination at Council's expense.

Fairfield City Council is a smoke-free workplace and is an EEO employer. As an inclusive workplace, we support reasonable workplace adjustment. If you do require an adjustment during the recruitment process, please notify us on your application form.

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia, and may be required to undertake a national police clearance as part of the recruitment process.

We kindly ask for no recruiters at this stage. 

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PO BOX 21                                                                                              ALAN YOUNG PSM

FAIRFIELD NSW 1860                                                                           CITY MANAGER  

Programs and Engagement Librarian

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

 

Programs and Engagement Librarian

JOB NO: FCRC132002 | LOCATION: HERVEY BAY

Programs & Engagement Librarian
Development & Community
Permanent Full Time
LGO Level 6 $83,840
Hervey Bay 

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: 

A unique opportunity exists for a motivated and appropriately qualified and experienced individual with exceptional customer service skills that is genuinely invested in programming innovative, diverse and inclusive community activities and programs, in a modern library setting.

The successful applicant will use their experience to positively promote the libraries and its various activities through their skilful use of social media and by networking with stakeholders and the community.

Please click here to view a full Position Description.

What you should have to apply:

  • Be a qualified librarian (AQF7 Level 7 or above)
  • Outstanding work ethic
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team management experience
  • Be willing and able to follow instructions, including complying with written procedures
  • Have enthusiasm and motivation
  • Current working with children blue card
  • Class "C" drivers licence

What’s nice to have:

  • Experience in a public library multi-branch environment preferably with some public library experience in community liaison, volunteers and public relations.

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 Sunday 27th March 2022.

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 proof of vaccination where relevant, 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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Programs & Engagement Assistant Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Lou Collings, Programs and Engagement Librarian
Contact Number
T: 07 4197 4239 during business hours only
Location
Fraser Coast Regional Council, QLD

 

Programs & Engagement Assistant Librarian

JOB NO: FCRC2305029 | LOCATION: HERVEY BAY

Programs & Engagement Assistant Librarian
Development & Community
Temporary Part Time – Thursday and Friday 8.30am-3.30pm up to 17/3/2023
LGO Level 5 - $78,293 pro rata
Hervey Bay

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:

Someone with a passion for the public library ethos and exceptional customer service, who enjoys working as part of a team and leading by example.  The successful candidate will be open to new ideas and have the ability to embrace change with an enthusiastic attitude towards improving services and outcomes for the community.

This position is responsible for coordinating the provision and delivery of diverse, innovative and inclusive library programs for the public, developing and maintaining our library service online and physical promotional presence and supervising the library volunteers cohort.

Please click here to view a full Position Description.

What you should have to apply:

  • Qualified librarian (AQF level 7 or above)
  • Relevant work experience in a public library environment
  • Relevant experience of library programs including the use of new technologies and digital platforms
  • Queensland Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Blue Card or ability to obtain
  • Queensland Class “C” drivers’ licence

What’s nice to have:

  • Experience in a public library multi-branch environment

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

Applications close:

11pm Sunday 27th March 2022.

For further details please contact Lou Collings, Programs and Engagement Librarian on 07 4197 4239 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.

APPLY NOW

Family Engagement Librarian

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

 

Family Engagement Librarian

JOB NO: FCRC255803 | LOCATION: HERVEY BAY

Family Engagement Librarian
Development & Community
Permanent Full Time
LGO Level 6 - $83,840
Hervey Bay

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:
Are you a qualified librarian with demonstrated experience in community engagement and experience in developing and delivering accessible and inclusive library programs and services?
This position supports the development and delivery of sustainable and innovative library programs and services for families, children and young adults, and outreach initiatives which respond to local contexts and achieve effective stakeholder engagement and strong relationships with community groups and organisations.
The successful applicant will be passionate about providing excellent customer service and will have highly developed communication skills, with the ability to deal with challenging situations.  They will lead by example by demonstrating positivity, teamwork and a collaborative “can-do” approach to providing exciting and high quality regional programs and services to our Fraser Coast community.
Please click here to view a full Position Description.

What you should have to apply:

  • Librarian qualifications (AQF 7 or above) with eligibility for associate membership with the Australian Library and Information Association
  • Outstanding work ethic
  • Positive attitude
  • Demonstrated ability to manage change in the workplace
  • High level of computer literacy
  • Current working with children blue card
  • Class “C” drivers’ licence

What’s nice to have:

  • Experience in a public library multi-branch environment preferably with public library experience in children’s and youth services and public relations

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
  • Video recording no longer than 3 minutes and no larger than 32MB, providing a Storytime book reading experience. 
    • Please select a children’s book and read it as if you were reading to a group of families.

For hints on how to reduce the size of your video recording please click here.
For any technical issues please contact Talent & Retention on 41974532.

Applications close:
11pm Wednesday 23rd March 2022.
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 proof of vaccination where relevant, 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.

APPLY NOW

Library Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Caroline Hopper
Contact Number
T: 07 54758910 during business hours
Location
Sunshine Coast Council, QLD

 

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Library Officer

  • Category:  Library Services
  • Work Type:  Permanent Full-time
  • $67K – $72K Total Remuneration Package
  • $60K – $65K Base Salary
  • Location: Maroochydore Library
  • Vacancy No: 2192
  • Permanent Full-time
  • Applications close: Sunday 03 April 2022 11:59pm AEST

Why work with us?

There is no better place to live and work than on the Sunshine Coast, especially with an outstanding organisation like Sunshine Coast Council.

With the vision to be Australia’s most sustainable region - Healthy, Smart, and Creative, council is at the forefront of delivering a number of region-shaping projects that will see the region become a hub for innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity, along with opportunities and a lifestyle for all to enjoy.

About the Role

Our Sunshine Coast Libraries are seeking a Library Officer to help drive the essential day-to-day operations.

Key duties include:

  • Using your great people skills to provide outstanding customer service to Sunshine Coast Libraries customers.
  • Perform library duties such as provide customer support and training with various technology, circulation of library stock, shelving, and collection maintenance.
  • Ensuring library collections are accessible and well-presented by accurate shelving and stock maintenance.
  • Maintaining a strong knowledge of library resources, including digital and online resources.

About you

If you’re the right person for this role, you’ll love working people, be exceptionally customer focussed and thrive in a constantly changing and dynamic environment.

The role requires having the capacity to undertake frequent heavy lifting and bending. A high degree of fitness and energy is needed to enable you to undertake safe, efficient and effective service delivery outcomes. As such, appointment to this position is subject to satisfactory completion of a pre-employment medical assessment.

As someone who will provide guidance and support to our community, we’re also looking for those who are genuinely passionate about library services, reading and literature.

As a minimum requirement of this role, you will have:

  • A Certificate III in Library and Information Services or equivalent qualification/experience. 
  • Enthusiasm surrounding new technology, including the ability learn quickly and willingness to teach others.
  • Highly developed communication skills, including the ability to engage with people of all different ages and backgrounds.
  • A commitment to continuous learning, innovative thinking and flexibility.

About you

If you’re the right person for this role, you’ll love working people, be exceptionally customer focussed and thrive in a constantly changing and dynamic environment.

As someone who will provide guidance and support to our community, we’re also looking for those who are genuinely passionate about library services, reading and literature.

The role requires having the capacity to undertake frequent heavy lifting and bending. A high degree of fitness and energy is needed to enable you to undertake safe, efficient and effective service delivery outcomes. As such, appointment to this position is subject to satisfactory completion of a pre-employment medical assessment.

Our Culture & Employee Benefits

Council is committed to creating an inclusive, culturally diverse, healthy, skilled and dedicated workplace culture. As an employee you will enjoy a range of benefits which include but are not limited to:

  • Pay you 17.5% loading when taking annual leave (4 weeks entitlement per year)
  • Discounted health related memberships and other wellbeing initiatives
  • Generous Superannuation benefits - council will also contribute 12% Superannuation in addition to your 6% superannuation contribution

How to apply

Your written application should include:

  • A 1-2 page cover letter demonstrating your ability to fulfil the mandatory and desirable requirements on the Position Profile. Keep the key responsibilities in mind when addressing this criteria; and
  • A current resume or curriculum vitae.

Once you have these two documents ready, click ‘Apply for this job’ and follow the prompts to complete your application.

Further Information

Helpful information to assist you in completing your application is available on the Sunshine Coast Council website.

To learn more about Council’s vision and projects, you can view the Corporate Plan 2021-2025.

For specific enquiries contact Caroline Hopper during business hours on 07 54758910.

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We're working hard to create an inclusive workplace that reflects the diverse community we serve. If you require adjustments at any stage of the recruitment process, please reach out to the Recruitment Team joinusnow@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

At Sunshine Coast Council, we embrace differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background including First Nations, disability, religion and sexual orientation. To deliver the best service to our region we want a workforce that reflects the diverse community that we serve. Sunshine Coast Council strongly encourages all suitable applicants to apply for this role.

Library Acquisitions and Vendor Specialist

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Wendy Carmichael - Manager Service Design & Customer Experience
Contact Number
02 4974 5312
Location
City of Newcastle Council, NSW

 

Library Acquisitions and Vendor Specialist

Job No: CN2780 | Location: Newcastle

  • Are you a team player with an eye for detail?
  • Permanent, full-time role – 35 hours per week.
  • Flexible work arrangements available, including flexitime and a 9-day fortnight.

City of Newcastle (CN) is seeking a passionate and innovative Library Acquisitions and Vendor Specialist to lead the acquisition of Newcastle Libraries items across both the physical and elibrary collections. This critical role facilitates strategic library resource vendor relationships and thoroughly understands the contracts which underpin these arrangements.

With significant vendor contract, procurement and budgetary administrative responsibilities and it is essential the Library Acquisitions and Vendor Specialist accurately manages, reports and attributes capital and operational budget each financial year to these activities. A key focus of this role will be working collaboratively to support the development of sustainable community driven collections. As the successful candidate, you will have excellent communication skills, numeracy skills and attention to detail. You will be able to think on a strategic level plus foster positive relationships with vendors, partners and our internal team.

All Library positions include frontline customer service shifts across a 6 day (Monday to Saturday), day and evening roster.

What’s it like working at the City of Newcastle?

We are focused on making a real difference in our community and achieving our vision of creating a smart, liveable, and sustainable global city.  We are proud to deliver services valued by our community.  People come first at the City of Newcastle, which means providing employees with meaningful work and capacity for work life balance. As a large local organisation, CN offers opportunity to develop in your current role, grow into future opportunities and reach your full potential.  

Our organisation’s values are Cooperation, Respect, Excellence and Wellbeing which are underpinned by our behaviours of courage, trust, and pride. Together, our values and behaviours support our decision making, our day-to-day interactions and everything we do. 

We value diversity of thought, and we focus on equity in the workplace. We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace culture where everyone feels respected, safe, and valued so they can be themselves and fully contribute their opinions and perspectives to the success of the organisation.

What are the benefits?

  • 35-hour working week with flexible work arrangements including an optional 9-day fortnight
  • 4 weeks of annual leave
  • 3 weeks of personal leave each year
  • 17.5% annual leave loading yearly payment
  • Paid parental leave for primary carers
  • 2 additional paid Public Holidays
  • Additional paid leave days including Health & Wellbeing, NAIDOC, and Community Volunteer leave
  • Access to a range of exclusive CN employee benefits programs including Novated Lease options as well as access to reward and recognition vouchers
  • Annual performance development plans and ongoing training and development opportunities to ensure you continue to evolve and grow your career ambitions
  • Corporate fitness program from as little as $4.30 per week that will give you and your immediate family members access to a wide range of fitness and aquatic centres

Interested to know more?

Find out more about your new career by viewing the position description here.

Our people are valued and have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. These include flexible working arrangements, professional development opportunities and health and wellbeing programs.

CN proudly promotes the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity and fosters a culture of diversity and inclusion to represent the community of our Local Government Area. All candidates will be assessed against the essential criteria outlined in the position description. Suitable candidates may be placed on an eligibility list for future identical positions for a period of 12 months.

We are committed to creating a safe and inclusive workplace where diverse styles, backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are valued, encouraged, and respected. People from diverse backgrounds (including but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people with diverse gender identities and sexualities, people from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people with disability, and veterans) are encouraged to apply!

If you need any adjustments to be made to the recruitment process or if you would like to discuss any accessibility requirements, please contact recruit@ncc.nsw.gov.au for a confidential discussion.

You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job.

Application Closing Date: 20 March 2022.

Remuneration: $84,501.63+ 10% Superannuation per annum for a 35-hour week.

Contact: Wendy Carmichael - Manager Service Design & Customer Experience – 02 4974 5312.

CN do not accept unsolicited resumes and we respectfully ask that recruitment agencies do not contact us at this stage.

At CN we understand the skills and attributes veterans can bring to our organisation and highly encourage veterans to apply for suitable roles.

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Librarian Children & Youth (Program Support)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Ingrid Micallef, Team Leader Children & Youth
Contact Number
E: IMicallef@ssc.nsw.gov.au
Location
Sutherland Shire Council, NSW

 

Librarian Children & Youth (Program Support)

Job No: SSC413 | Location: Sutherland Shire

Things We’ll Trust You With:

  • Our Libraries enrich the community by providing access to information, education and cultural services - promoting lifelong learning, literacy and leisure opportunities.
  • As Librarian Children & Youth, you will be an integral part of the Library Services Team, contributing to our strategic outcomes.
  • To assist in the management of the Children and Youth collection, in consultation with the Team Leader Children & Youth.
  • To have a detailed understanding of our diverse customer demographics and be able to create, implement and promote high quality programs, services and marketing collateral.
  • To identify continuous improvement opportunities and solutions for business processes and practices.

Things You’ll Do:

  • Ensure the children and youth areas of the library are welcoming environments which support the needs of the patrons for information and resources for leisure or learning.
  • Deliver regular children and youth programming, including school visits and special programs.
  • Be a true team-player with a genuine openness to share your skills and experience to help empower others.
  • Have the ability to quickly build effective relationships and have a strong understanding of the needs of young people, within a contemporary library service.

 Things You’ll Be Proud Of:

  • Working for an organisation which has our community at the heart of all that we do.
  • Delivering high quality customer and library services (such as lending, information, reader services, programs, technology and equipment and collection arrangements).
  • Supporting your team to deliver customer focused, innovative and contemporary public library services.
  • Be a positive brand ambassador for the Library and Sutherland Shire Council, showcasing our values in all that you do - Collaborate, Achieve, Respect & Evolve.

 The Fine Print:

  • Apply by submitting your resume and a cover letter outlining why we are a great fit!
  • Get your application in by 10pm: Monday 28 March 2022
  • Interview date: Interviews will be facilitated Friday 1 April 2022
  • Package: $82,594 gross p.a. plus superannuation (Salary will be paid pro rata to hours worked)
  • Hours of work: Permanent Part time, 21 hours 3 days per week
  • To benefit your wellbeing you will have access to fitness passport, corporate membership to our leisure centres, employee assistance program, annual flu shots, health and wellbeing programme and novated lease options.

**To meet Council's WHS requirements and in accordance with Council's Covid-19 Safety Plans, this position has been identified via risk assessment to be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or provide evidence of an approved medical contraindication, you will be required to produce evidence as part of the application process. Successful applicants are subject to ID checks, Police Checks, Driving history checks, Functional Assessment, Reference checks, Qualification checks, Working with Children checks and Work Rights verification.

Keen To Learn More?

  • Click on the link to check out the Position Description
  • Reach out to Ingrid Micallef, Team Leader Children & Youth - IMicallef@ssc.nsw.gov.au for any job specific enquiries
  • Lauren Dowling, Talent Acquisition Business Partner at LDowling@ssc.nsw.gov.au can assist you with any recruitment related queries

About Us

If you want to make a difference and be part of a challenging and rewarding working environment, then joining us just might be the right career move for you! Join a passionate and dedicated team covering a diversity of services, industries and occupations.

At Sutherland Shire Council we do more than serve our community – we are our community. Our energy can be seen in everything we do. From having a can-do attitude, to embracing change and opportunities, being people-centred and working together as one.

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Team Member Library Aged & Disability

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Renata Rekiel (Coordinator Programs and Partnership)
Contact Number
M: 0409 566 875 or E: Renata.Rekiel@cbcity.nsw.gov.au
Location
Canterbury Bankstown Council, NSW

 

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Team Member Library Aged & Disability

  • Permanent Full Time opportunity
  • Supportive and collaborative environment
  • Work for an Employer of Choice

Are you a qualified and experienced in Library and Information Science or perhaps a similar field?  If you have strong communication skills and have experience the managing day-to-day library operations, then this role might be for you!

Why should you join our team?

This is an exciting opportunity to join the largest Council in NSW and work for an organisation that is an employer of choice and innovates and collaborates. Here at CBCity, we offer access to health and wellbeing programs, access to further training and development and the option to accrue time off.

The salary range for this opportunity commences at $63,205 (Grade D, Step1) + 10% super. 

Click on the link below to access salary information for all steps within the designated Grade.

https://www.cbcity.nsw.gov.au/council/about-us/careers/working-with-us

The Role:

As team member of the Aged and Disability Team, you will participate in the day-to-day operations of the Library Team and assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of the organisation’s Aged and Disability services, programs and projects.

Your role will involve providing a high-quality customer focussed service, and help maintain a positive library environment, including the Home Library and Bus to the Library Services. You will maintain an understanding of community and ensure library collections are relevant to their needs and assist the team in meeting targets and deadlines, cost estimates and budget objectives.

(See PD available for download under Document\s  above for key accountabilities)

Essential Qualifications & Experience:

Qualifications:
 

  • Tertiary qualification in Library and Information Science allowing professional membership of ALIA, or other relevant tertiary qualifications appropriate to this position
  • Current Class C drivers licence
  • Working with Children Check.

Experience:

  • Demonstrated strong commitment to delivering quality customer service in a cross-cultural customer service environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with members of the public, business unit customers, team members and partners.
  • Excellent written and spoken English;
  • Demonstrated ability in negotiation and conflict resolution skills;
  • Demonstrated ability in computer skills (MS office application) and online database skills.

What’s in it for you?

  • Permanent Full Time Opportunity 
  • Role located primarily at Campsie Library but may be required to work from Bankstown Library, depending on business needs.
  • Flexible work practices (opportunity to earn additional time off)
  • 35 Hour week
  • Access to health and wellbeing programs 
  • Access to further training and development
  • Work for an award-winning organisation that will truly value your input
  • Work for an Employer of Choice


How to apply:

Applications must be submitted online by clicking the 'Apply' button below and creating a login using your email address. When submitting your application, make sure to address the Essential Criteria mentioned in the below Position Description in your covering letter. To apply you must address the Essential and Desirable criteria in the position description.


Applications close at 11:59pm, 25 March 2022 

For more information, please contact Renata Rekiel (Coordinator Programs and Partnership) on 0409 566 875 or Renata.Rekiel@cbcity.nsw.gov.au


Successful applicants may be required to undertake a Criminal History Check, Medical and/or Working with Children check in accordance with the position.

Council is committed to ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of all team members and other workers. Our COVIDSafe Workplace Policy requires all team members to be fully vaccinated with an approved COVID-19 vaccine before commencing employment with Canterbury Bankstown Council. Medical exemptions are only available if you are unable to be vaccinated due to medical contraindications. Applications for a medical exemption will be managed in accordance with Council’s COVIDSafe Workplace Policy.

Canterbury-Bankstown Council prides itself on being a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people. We encourage people with a disability or culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

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