Executive Manager Digital Solutions and Innovation

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Contact Number
Geelong Regional Library Corporation, VIC


Executive Manager Digital Solutions and Innovation

Permanent full-time, 76 hours per fortnight

Established in 1997, the Geelong Regional Library Corporation (GRLC) is a consistently recognised industry leader in Victoria. Leading the way to enable our community to thrive, we take our mission to heart to be an exemplary library service and create opportunities for our community to read, learn, work and connect with each other and the world.
Not only are we the custodians and distributors of accumulated knowledge and resources, we are also leading the way in all things technology and innovation to ensure inclusive access of this knowledge for all of us to be enriched, empowered and inspired in our lives.
We enable a safe space for all users to have the best library experience at all ages and have an incredibly rich calendar of learning and cultural programs throughout our network inclusive of the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, our 16 community branches, 2 mobiles libraries and digital services across 4 local government areas.
We are honoured to undertake delivering on our important responsibilities and proud of strong established relationships based on respect, care and kindness.

Come plan and lead the future of GRLC in the innovation and digital space. As a strong advocate for ‘Libraries Change Lives’, we embrace the role of libraries at the heart of our communities and technology as a strong driver for transformation, innovative service delivery and business practices. We need a leader who understands the vital importance of public libraries in communities and who can develop and implement strategy that enables the community and the organisation to realise potential. Known for our leadership we are ready for another ambitious leap forward with the right person in the role.  As the Executive Manager you will work as an integral part of the Executive and lead a dedicated and knowledgeable Digital Solutions and Innovation Team.The Position Description and the application guide are linked below. Applications must include a cover letter, current resume and statement addressing the key selection criteria. 

Please note, applications which do not address the key selection criteria outlined in the Position Description cannot be considered.

Applications close Friday 10 July 2020

The GRLC is a child safe and child friendly organisation committed to ensuring that all children who visit our libraries have the right to feel and be safe.
Geelong Regional Library Corporation values equal opportunity and strives to create an inclusive and welcoming work environment that represents the diverse community we service. Applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

We encourage expressions of interest and applications from people with a lived experience of disability, or long term illness or injury and people of all abilities, cultures, age, sex and gender. We welcome applications from individuals who may be returning to the workforce after a period of absence.

If you require additional support to make an application, or would like to obtain  more information, or seek an adjustment to the selection process based on your specific needs,  please contact a member of the People team on 03 4201 0600 to discuss at any time. We will endeavour to accommodate any reasonable request.

Team Leader - Craigieburn Library

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Amanda Forde
Contact Number
03 9356 6900
Hume City Council, VIC


Team Leader - Craigieburn Library (100409)

*$89,704 pa (Band 6) plus super *Permanent Full time

  • Broadmeadows
  • Reference: 5116376

Be a leader in one of Victoria's most progressive public library services!

About Hume Libraries
Hume City Council is located on the northern fringes of Melbourne. We have six public libraries servicing a growing population of over 230,000 people. In 2018/19 Hume Libraries had over 700,000 visits and loaned 900,000 items.

About the role
Hume Libraries has an exciting opportunity for an experienced librarian/team leader to lead the Craigieburn and Mobile Library teams. As the Team Leader - Craigieburn Library, you will be responsible for overseeing the successful daily operations, customer service, implementation of programs and ensuring delivery of high quality library services to the Craigieburn community and surrounding catchment areas.

You will lead, direct, motivate and develop staff of the Craigieburn and Mobile Library teams. This position will need to develop and maintain effective working relationships internally and with external providers.


  • Under the direction of the Coordinator Library Programs and People, lead the branch specific delivery of high-quality library services to both Craigieburn and the Mobile Libraries including day-to-day operations
  • Inspire, lead, direct, motivate and develop branch staff at the Craigieburn Library including the Mobile library
  • Actively participate in the planning and general leadership of Hume Libraries through the Library leadership team
  • Undertake regular customer service duties including regular evening and weekend shifts
  • Build and maintain effective, positive collaborative relationships with all stakeholders in the building in which the library is located.
  • Collaborate with the Coordinator Library Collections and Promotions on effective integration of collections and promotions into the library and digital literacy programs

Skills and experience

  • Tertiary qualifications that allow professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and experience in public library operations, service delivery and library management systems
  • Relevant experience in the management of library teams, including active supervision
  • Relevant stakeholder management experience
  • Knowledge and enthusiasm for working in modern public libraries and a demonstrated understanding of their role in the community
  • Ability to work within the established Library Leadership team structure and positively contribute to the team
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, prioritise and organise work within set timelines
  • Proficient use of all current library management systems, computer applications and software, electronic resources and digital devices
  • Experience working in an RFID environment

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.

Hume City is one of Australia's fastest-growing communities and with more people choosing to call Hume home, we're expected to welcome more than 57,000 new residents to our City over the next decade.

What We Offer
With our high level of employee engagement, Hume City Council offers a great working environment where you can develop your career. We offer flexible work arrangements and other benefits, such as study assistance and interest free loans for public transport. Our strong commitment to social justice and the environment provides opportunities for employees to participate in various programs.

For further information please view the position description or contact Amanda Forde on 03 9356 6900

Applications Close: 07 Jul 2020


Customer Engagement Library Technician

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Nilupa Mahanama, Coordinator Collections and Customer Experience
Contact Number
0447 644 328
Moonee Valley City Council, VIC


Customer Engagement Library Technician

Reference number: 13270 | Closing date: 11:45pm, Sunday 5 July 2020

  • Permanent Full-Time Position
  • $67, 448.34 - $72,834.06 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation
  • Support the delivery of lifelong learning and leisure opportunities

About Moonee Valley City Council

Moonee Valley City Council provides library services at five locations across the municipality: Ascot Vale Library, Avondale Heights Library and Learning Centre, Flemington Library, Niddrie Library and Sam Merrifield Library (Moonee Ponds). Services include availability and borrowing of books and other materials, information provision, access to computers and the internet, online services, multipurpose spaces and programs for everyone.

The Opportunity

This position will see you supporting the delivery of a diverse range of lifelong learning and leisure opportunities across the 13 neighbourhoods within the Moonee Valley municipality, including but not limited to pop-up libraries, events and festivals. Reporting directly to the Coordinator Collections and Customer Experience and working closely with Coordinator Learning and Community Programs, you will also provide exceptional customer service to library members whilst undertaking regular library branch and administration activities.


  • Providing excellent customer service to Moonee Valley community through active engagement with library customers at library branches and at outreach events;
  • Assisting customers with the use of technology including computers, photocopiers, internet access, and online resources;
  • Supporting smooth operation of library administration and technical services including rostering support, library acquisitions, phone queries, processing invoices; and,
  • Providing a quality information service and social media engagement for Moonee Valley libraries.

Skills & Experience

  • Library Diploma qualifications accepted by the Australian Library and Information Association essential;
  • Demonstrated commitment to the provision, improvement and promotion of public library services with particular focus on developing and delivering outreach services;
  • Extensive knowledge of online library services, social media tools and strong Information Technology problem-solving skills;
  • Well-developed interpersonal and communications skills with demonstrated customer service abilities;
  • Current Working with Children Check; and,
  • Current and valid Victorian Driver’s Licence preferred.


At Moonee Valley City Council, we provide a number of benefits to our valued employees including:

  • Flexible work opportunities
  • Local Government Employees Health Plan
  • Active social club
  • Novated vehicle leasing
  • Employee assistance programs / phone or in person counselling services

How to Apply
Applications must be submitted through our online system https://mooneevalley.mercury.com.au/ and should be in line with the Moonee Valley City Council Application Guide found at the bottom of the advertisement. Applications that do not meet these requirements may not be considered.

For further information, please view the Position Description or contact Nilupa Mahanama, Coordinator Collections and Customer Experience on 0447 644 328.


Our Culture of Inclusion

If you are interested in the role but feel you may not meet the full range of selection criteria, we encourage you to contact us to discuss your experience and application for this position.

We don’t just accept difference - we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our employees, our services and our community. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, we'll support you at every stage of your career. We recognise the importance of balance and embrace work agility, understanding that this means different things to each and every one of our employees.

Moonee Valley City Council is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer and we value diversity and encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, people of any age or gender, people identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex and/or queer (LGBTIQA+) and people with disability. If you have a reasonable adjustment, support or access requirement, we encourage you to let us know through your application or email hradmin@mvcc.vic.gov.au or call 03 9243 1122.

Selection Criteria

  • Essential: 1. Library Diploma qualifications accepted by the Australian Library and Information Association essential.
  • Essential: 2. Demonstrated commitment to the provision, improvement and promotion of public library services with particular focus on developing and delivering outreach services.
  • Essential: 3. Extensive knowledge of the online environment library services, social media tools and strong Information Technology problem-solving skills.
  • Essential: 4. Well-developed interpersonal and communications skills with demonstrated customer service abilities.
  • Essential: 5. Demonstrated ability to undertake supervisory responsibilities.
  • Essential: 6. Current Working With Children Check.
  • Essential: 7. Current and valid Victorian Driver’s Licence preferred.

Library Services and Collections Coordinator

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Manager Macquarie Regional Library
Contact Number
(02) 6801 4501
Dubbo Regional Council, NSW


Library Services and Collections Coordinator

Job No: DRC701 | Location: Dubbo NSW

About us

We are Dubbo Regional Council, a large regional Council servicing a growing community of over 50,000 people. With an operating expenditure budget of approximately $200 million, we have 600 team members working across a diverse range of areas including planning, infrastructure, community and cultural services, administration, economic development, corporate business and recreational services. 

About our region

The Dubbo Region outshines the big metropolitan cities in both affordability and liveability, with an impressive range of housing options, health and education services and little to no work commute – your quality of life is second to none.  The real heart of New South Wales, our Region is a dynamic centre that offers the dual benefits of relaxation and space with the amenities of a major city. With a population of 51,429 and 4,500 registered businesses the Dubbo Region is consistently thriving. Key assets for the Region include a major hospital that services a broad catchment population of 120,000 people, as well as world class tourist attractions and impressive transport links including direct flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Newcastle.

The Opportunities

This position is responsible for planning and developing Library and Information Services and Collections across the Macquarie Regional Library (MRL) service area.

The position coordinates the development and delivery of library collections and services that enhance community engagement, lifelong learning and cultural aspirations.

Key areas of accountability for this position include:

  • Deliver excellence in library services and customer experience by developing, implementing and regularly reviewing strategies, policies and procedures:
  • Provide leadership in the development and delivery of high quality services, programs and customer experiences that increase reading, knowledge and digital literacy outcomes;
  • Support the implementation and delivery of the MRL Strategic Plan, Delivery and Operational Plan across the MRL region; and
  • Analyse and monitor the performance of library collection services and programs, including the use of circulation statistics and customer surveys.

To be successful in this role, you will need:

  • Degree Library and Information Services with eligibility for professional members of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA);
  • Extensive experience in the development and delivery of high quality library and information services and collections, preferably in a public library environment;
  • Extensive experience in the review and evaluation of library services, collections and programs to enhance the delivery of innovative library services and technologies;
  • High level of interpersonal, communication and negotiating skills to work collaboratively across a regional library service; and
  • Extensive experience in delivering library services outcomes.

About you

You will have a passion for life long learning and value the opportunity to work in a diverse environment with a professional team providing services to the regional community.

You will have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal and high levels of attention to detail. Additionally you will be an innovative team player who continually looks for positive ways to contribute to team culture.

What we offer

In undertaking this key role in our diverse organisation you will be offered a range of  benefits, including 4 weeks annual leave, access to DRC fitness passport program, well being program and access to salary sacrificed child care. Furthermore, DRC offers flexible working conditions, learning and development opportunities, generous leave allowances and has an active Social Club.

Dubbo Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. 

Please refer to the attached Position Description for the scope of role and the essential and desirable criteria which all applicants must meet.

This position works 35 hours a week, Monday to Sunday on a seven day circulation roster, which includes working Saturday and Sunday on a rotational basis.


Salary: $82,060 - $95,367 per annum plus superannuation.

Closing Date: 9.00am Monday 29 June 2020

Enquiries: Manager Macquarie Regional Library - (02) 6801 4501

How to Apply:

  1. Please Fill out the questions in the application page below.
  2. On the following page you'll have the opportunity to attach your resume.
  3. Please note that once you start to complete your online application, you cannot save it and return to it later.  We would recommend that you create your answers in a separate document (e.g. word) then copy your answers into this page when you're ready.
  4. All correspondence will be via the e-mail you have provided in your application. (Please ensure you check your "Junk Mail" folder.)


Local Studies Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Gayatri Krishnamurthy
Contact Number
(02) 9424 0873
Ku-ring-gai Council, NSW


Local Studies Librarian


Opportunity exists for a qualified and experienced Librarian to provide Local Studies services to the community.

Local Studies Librarian

  • Salary $80,249.50 - $93,089.84  p/a + super
  • Tertiary qualifications and experience essential
  • Working with Children clearance
  • 35 hours per week spread over 7 days including evenings & weekends

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

Reporting to the Information Services Team Leader, your duties will include, but are not limited to:

    • Assisting in the development, implementation and review of the training of customers and staff in the effective use of information tools and technologies for local studies research
    • Promoting an understanding of resources held in the Local studies, family history and archival collections
    • Exceptional customer - focused service delivery to library clients
    • Promote current library and digital technologies
    • Delivery of programs and events

Required experience & skills:

  • Degree/Graduate Diploma in Librarianship/Information Science/Archives/Museum Studies or a similar field
  • Experience in collaborative team work with the ability to build and maintain relationships with staff and key stakeholders
  • Demonstrated skills in resource allocation and library information management systems
  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
  • Friendly and approachable nature

 How to apply:

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

Like to know more? Please contact Hiring Manager Gayatri Krishnamurthy on (02) 9424 0873

Closes: 11:45pm, Thursday 9th July 2020

Ku-ring-gai Council is an equal opportunity employer


Library Officer Programs

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Thomas MacRae, Acting Coordinator, Library Programs
Contact Number
(02) 9330 9490
Georges River Council, NSW



Library Officer Programs

Job No: GR3282 | Location: Kogarah

About Our Council

Georges River Council is a leading, people-focused organisation delivering outstanding results for our community and city. Our council is dedicated to helping protect our natural environment, providing vibrant public places, sustaining and developing a thriving creative culture and enabling people to move around the area easily. We offer access to a mix of housing options, create exciting job and business opportunities. We are experiencing exciting transformation, with numerous city-changing initiatives and projects underway. 

Library Services

Georges River Libraries have 79 staff working across our five libraries. All our staff are committed to and passionate about working with our local community to provide them with innovative and accessible resources.

Our public library purpose is to provide professional and open access to information as well as to provide a place for the whole community to come together to share ideas, knowledge and experiences. The way we fulfil our role has been and will continue to be transformed by the changing face of our diverse community as well as advances in online sources of information and digital opportunities. We will maintain a special focus on the principles of sustainability, accessibility and the professional development of our staff.

The Opportunity :

Our dynamic and busy Library Programs Team is currently seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Library Officer Programs to join the team at our Kogarah Library. The successful candidate will ensure the efficient and effective implementation, creation and delivery of a high quality schedule of library programs and events that meet the strategic objectives of the organisation. The position includes loans desk tasks and roving duties at all Georges River Libraries as required.

What We Offer:

  • Permanent full time - 70 hours per fortnight
  • Salary from $64,204.83 - $74,390.87 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation
  • Deliver innovative services that promote and support our community.
  • Join a dedicated and supportive team committed to excellence

About You:

  • TAFE Diploma qualification in Library and Information Science and/or demonstrated experience in library and information services
  • Demonstrated experience in implementing, promoting, delivering effective and relevant library services, programs and events to a diverse community encouraging literacy, creativity and lifelong learning
  • Demonstrated skills in written and verbal communication including summarising data, preparing reports and providing training.
  • High level customer focused approach to service delivery
  • Certificate IV in training ( desirable but not essential)

How to Apply:

If you have made a positive commitment to further your career and you possess the attributes located in the Position Description essential criteria, then please submit your application today! Click on apply and you will be redirected to our website. Please ensure you provide responses and examples (where appropriate) to all required questions on the application.The responses you provide will be taken into consideration for our shortlisting. 

Want to know more?

If you would like further information on this role, please contact Thomas MacRae, Acting Coordinator, Library Programs on (02) 9330 9490

Closing Date: Monday, 29th June 2020 11:30pm

Georges River Council aims to be a leading, people-focused organisation delivering outstanding results for our community and city. We foster our values of Accountability, Professionalism, Unity and Honesty and take pride in promoting the image of Council in the community.

Georges River Council is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion.We acknowledge that diversity in our workforce increases the effectiveness of teams and our capacity for innovation.

We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, workers of all ages, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Please note you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident or have unlimited working rights (with no Visa restrictions) in Australia to apply for this position.

Apply Now!

Library Trainee

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Kerry-Ann Prideaux, Library Customer Service Team Leader
Contact Number
02 9391 7944 during business hours.
Woollahra Council, NSW



Library Trainee

  • Reference Number: S100-20-637
  • Closing Date: 28-06-2020
  • Employment Type: Temporary Full Time (Traineeship)

Vacancy Details:

  • 12 month contract, 35 hours per week + RDO every 3 weeks
  • Salary up to $45,393.12 p.a. plus superannuation
  • Join the Woollahra Libraries team to kick start your Library career!

Woollahra Council is seeking an enthusiastic Library Trainee to join our Woollahra Libraries team and undertake a full time 12 month contract traineeship. 

You will be a self-motivated individual and have completed a School Certificate or HSC, but be otherwise unqualified (you must not have previously completed a university degree or TAFE qualification). You will be willing to work full time whilst undertaking the Certificate III or Certificate IV in Information and Cultural Services. In this position you will mostly learn on the job with the TAFE component both online and face to face at your selected TAFE campus.

In this entry-level role, as a Library Trainee, you will learn about all areas of Library Services from delivering high quality customer service, to assisting in the day-to-day operation of the library and participating in cross-team projects across the Library network.

Essential Criteria

• Willingness to enrol in Cert III or Cert IV in Information and Cultural Services.
• Cannot have previously completed a tertiary qualification, such as university or TAFE.
• Enthusiastic and personable approach to providing excellent customer service.
• Well-developed oral and written communication skills.
• Basic computer skills including Word, Excel and Internet services.
• Demonstrated ability to undertake the physical requirements of the position.
• Hold a current Working With Children check.

How to Apply

  • Apply on line by clicking the link below or got to http://www.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/council/employment/positions_vacant
  • You will be asked to demonstrate how you meet each of the selection criteria.
  • If you have a separate statement addressing the selection criteria, please upload it as a cover letter and simply refer to it in the online questionnaire.
  • You will be able to upload 2 documents only.
  • For information on applying for Council jobs, please refer to http://www.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/council/employment/recruitment_and_selection_process 
  • For further information about the role, please contact Kerry-Ann Prideaux, Library Customer Service Team Leader on 02 9391 7944 during business hours.
  • Our preference is for applications to be submitted online, however, we will accept hard copy applications addressed to Human Resources, Woollahra Council, PO Box 61, Double Bay, NSW, 1360.

CLOSING DATE:  Midnight Sunday 28 June 2020

Woollahra Council is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion.  If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.  

We value:

  • Respect for people
  • Integrity and excellent performance
  • Professional, quality service
  • Open, accountable communication

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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.

Manager Library, Museum and Customer Service

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Amanda Bray
Contact Number
(02) 9725 0303
Fairfield City Council, NSW


Manager Library, Museum and Customer Service

Fairfield City Council | Full Time Permanent | 10/06/2020

Are you looking to work in an exciting, progressive and dynamic environment?

Fairfield City Council seeks a creative and dynamic leader to oversee our award winning Open Libraries, the Fairfield City Museum and Gallery and Council’s Customer Service Division to deliver both traditional and innovative services to the community.

The Manager Library, Museum and Customer Service will be responsible for providing strategic leadership and the day to day operational management for the Division.

The Fairfield City Open Libraries consists of five branch libraries which recently won the LG Professional Excellence Award – Service Delivery 2019. Our Open Libraries program balances traditional library functions along with innovative services such as the Workary, Studio 2166 and Lab.LX. Council’s current Operational Plan includes the construction of a new Fairfield Branch Library, a new Community and Business Hub, a new Robotics and Science Technology Hub at Bonnyrigg Library and an upgrade to the Whitlam Library Children’s area. 

The position also oversees Fairfield City Council’s Museum and Gallery, which strengthens the history of the Fairfield City, through visual arts and social history exhibitions, workshops, education programs and events that recognises the different cultures of the local area, providing a medium for expressing different cultural values and history. The Customer Service team is critical to achieving Council’s Customer Experience Program and is the gateway into providing quality, best-value service to our customers that connects them with solutions.

Relevant qualifications and extensive management experience in a senior role of a multidisciplinary team in community services are preferred for this position.

The successful applicant will demonstrate the qualities of being a highly motivated visionary leader with strong interpersonal skills who is able to align themselves to the community’s vision and the Council’s mission and values.

Fairfield City Council has a strong collaborative and progressive culture and this position is a real opportunity for the right candidate to advance their career


  • Permanent position, 35 hours per week
  • This position is a Grade 10; salary range is $117,304 p.a. with progression to $126,323 p.a. on demonstrated competencies, with performance progression to $137,407 p.a.
  • Flexible working hours are available
  • Leaseback Vehicle

FURTHER CONTACTS:  Enquiries regarding the position should be directed to Amanda Bray on (02) 9725 0303 or a position description is available by contacting Miriam Downie on (02) 9725 0839.

CLOSING DATE:  Sunday 28 June 2020 at midnight

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. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.

We kindly ask for no recruiters at this stage.




Team Leader, Resources Librarian (Ongoing)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Karen Hansen or Adelaide Nye
Contact Number
(02) 6285 6298 or (02) 6285 6215
Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, NSW


Team Leader, Resources Librarian (Ongoing)

Applications closing on 19 June 2020, 05:00 PM


The Community and Education branch is looking for a qualified individual to undertake the duties of the full-time Team Leader, Resources Librarian.

This position is required to manage and maintain the management of library IT systems such as the Library management system, RFID, public Wifi and monitor the provisions of public PC usage so having a knowledge of computers and types of Library software's is essential in this role. 

The successful candidate will also be mentoring a small team that effectively provides a high level of customer service patrons that come into the Library and coordinate and support the Home Library Service and Mobile Service within the Queanbeyan-Palerang region. 

Contact Officers 

Karen Hansen on (02) 6285 6298 or Adelaide Nye on (02) 6285 6215

How to apply

Your application must include:

  • Resume including contact details of at least two referees.  Referees can be from paid, voluntary or work experience; the referee should be able to comment on your work related attributes
  • Cover Letter
  • Statement of your claims for the role against the Functional Capabilities. Applicants that do not address the functional capabilities may not be considered for the position
  • Drivers License or a form of ID
  • Copies of supporting documentation

Click here to access the Application Pack(PDF, 320KB)

Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from multicultural and Aboriginal people. Council employees enjoy free parking, a dynamic, safe and healthy workplace, smoke, alcohol and drug free working environment. Council has in place a Sustainability Policy and is committed and working towards achieving sustainability outcomes (environmental, social, financial and governance) in all our operations and activities.

Young People's Services Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Contact Number
City of Rockingham, WA


Young People's Services Librarian

  • Applications Close: 22/06/2020 09:00 AM
  • Location: Administration Building
  • Work Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Apply

About the role

Based at the Rockingham Central Library you will provide library services to the community, ensuring all available services are provided to children and young people, and contribute to the efficient operation of the Library as a whole.

The ideal candidate

To be the successful candidate, you will have experience in a customer focussed environment and are able to communicate effectively with children, youth and their parents. You have demonstrated skills in problem solving and time management and are able to demonstrate these skills along with your ability to use initiative.

You have proven experience in planning, promoting and organising events and programs, particularly with a community focus. You work well in a team environment and are able to establish and maintain positive work relationships with different government authorities, education institutions and individual stakeholders. You have a passion for increasing literacy among children and young people, and for promoting library services and resources to residents.

You possess a qualification in library services and/or early childhood education. Experience in a similar or related field is an advantage, but not essential.

‘C’ class driver’s licence and use of own vehicle is essential as in this role you will be required to drive between the City’s libraries.

What we offer

This position offers a cash salary of $72,077 per annum.

We value our employees and offer:

  • Up to 14.5% superannuation
  • A variety of health and wellbeing programmes
  • Two extra public holidays
  • Training and development opportunities including paid study leave and study fees

Additional details

An information package is available on our website. Applications will be accepted until 9.00am, Monday 22 June 2020.

The City of Rockingham accepts applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds. Applicants of the following groups are encouraged to apply: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people living with disability and people who speak a first language other than English.

Attachments: Young People s Services Librarian - Information Pack (June 2020).pdf


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