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Coordinator Library Experience

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Bethany White
Contact Number
0439 543 023
Location
Maitland City Council, NSW

 

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Coordinator Library Experience

Maitland is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia with over 90,000 residents forecast by 2023. With a diverse and growing economy Maitland is rapidly gaining a reputation as a dynamic place to invest and do business. It’s also a desirable place to visit that is matched with idyllic liveability.

At Maitland City Council we are focused on investing in innovative and authentic leaders who are passionate about impacting the local community and contributing to Council’s strategic vision.

The organisation is going through an exciting period of change, with a focus on exceptional Customer Experience, both now and through planning for the future.

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of leading a reimagining of Maitland Libraries to facilitate contemporary and impactful services for our community.  The Coordinator Library Experience role will lead the design and delivery of our libraries customer experience and digital engagement.

Leading a culture of innovation, the Coordinator Library Experience is part of a department leadership team and responsible for coordinating the development and evaluation of a variety of library services, operations and space design across multiple locations, while leading and guiding the team in the delivery of outcome focused customer experiences for the community.

You

To be successful in this role, you will possess tertiary qualifications in a field relevant to the role and/or relevant contemporary experience in service operations management, coupled with relevant education/training.

You will have demonstrated experienced in delivering customer-centred service design and supporting a culture of continuous improvement. Your strong coaching, leadership and team building skills will be complimented by your ability to action the strategic vision for our Library and Learning team.

This position will include customer service shifts across a 6 day (Monday to Saturday), day and evening roster.

Benefits

This is a permanent full-time position working 35 hours per week with a salary range of $104, 645 - $116,156 per year based on demonstrated competencies + 10% p.a. super + private leaseback vehicle.

Council also offers a range of other benefits for its employees, including:

  • Council supports the balance between work and life
  • Ongoing training and development
  • Fitness Passport
  • Paid parental leave
  • Healthy Employee Program
  • Long service leave after 5 years
     

Questions?

If after reading the role charter you have any questions, contact Bethany White on 0439 543 023.

Applications close: Monday 18 April 2022

Please note, prior to an offer of employment being made, recommended candidates will be required to undertake a medical assessment (including drug and alcohol testing). Council also completes a range of other pre-employment checks which may include reference checks, employment history checks (past 5 years), psychometric testing or a criminal history check. For more information about the recruitment process, visit our website and search ‘work with us’.

We are a 2022 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.

 Role Charter PDF 182.5 KB

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Coordinator Participation & Collections

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Bethany White
Contact Number
0439 543 023
Location
Maitland City Council, NSW

 

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Coordinator Participation & Collections

Maitland is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia with over 90,000 residents forecast by 2023. With a diverse and growing economy Maitland is rapidly gaining a reputation as a dynamic place to invest and do business. It’s also a desirable place to visit that is matched with idyllic liveability.

At Maitland City Council we are focused on investing in innovative and authentic leaders who are passionate about impacting the local community and contributing to Council’s strategic vision.

The organisation is going through an exciting period of change, with a focus on exceptional Customer Experience, both now and through planning for the future.

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of leading a reimagining of Maitland Libraries to facilitate contemporary and impactful services for our community.  The Coordinator Participation & Collections role will lead the design and delivery of our library’s diverse range of programs and collections within a framework of lifelong learning and outcomes measured evaluation.

Leading a culture of inclusive program & collection design the Coordinator Participation & Collections is part of a department leadership team and is responsible for coordinating the development and delivery of a diverse range of learning and community heritage programs and collections including digitisation projects through facilitating partnerships and connections with community, cultural and learning organisations.

You

To be successful in this role, you will possess tertiary qualifications in a field relevant to the role and/or relevant contemporary experience in program design and co-design frameworks, coupled with relevant education/training.

You will have demonstrated experienced in delivering program and collection development, collaborating and creating connections with the community and stakeholder engagement and supporting a culture of continuous improvement.  Your strong coaching, leadership and team building skills will be complimented by your ability to action the strategic vision for our Library and Learning team.

This position will include customer service shifts across a 6 day (Monday to Saturday), day and evening roster.

Benefits

This is a permanent full time position with a salary range of $104, 645 - $116,156 per year based on demonstrated competencies + 10% p.a. super + private leaseback vehicle.

Council also offers a range of other benefits for its employees, including:

  • Council supports the balance between work and life
  • Ongoing training and development
  • Fitness Passport
  • Paid parental leave
  • Healthy Employee Program
  • Long service leave after 5 years
     

Questions?

If after reading the role charter you have any questions, contact Bethany White on 0439 543 023.

Applications close: Monday 18 April 2022

Please note, prior to an offer of employment being made, recommended candidates will be required to undertake a medical assessment (including drug and alcohol testing). Council also completes a range of other pre-employment checks which may include reference checks, employment history checks (past 5 years), psychometric testing or a criminal history check. For more information about the recruitment process, visit our website and search ‘work with us’.

We are a 2022 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.

 Role Charter PDF 182.09 KB

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Heritage Library Supervisor

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Helen Kaatz
Contact Number
T: 0447 897 957 during business hours
Location
Sunshine Coast Council, QLD

 

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Heritage Library Supervisor

Category:  Arts, Heritage & Libraries | Work Type:  Permanent Full-time

  • $89K – $93K Total Remuneration Package
  • $80K – $84K Base Salary
  • Location: Heritage Library Nambour
  • Vacancy No: 2289
  • Permanent - Full-time
  • Applications close: Wednesday, 20 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
The Arts, Heritage and Libraries branch role is to enrich the lives of residents and visitors by providing arts and cultural leadership, opportunities, knowledge, development, connections and experience.

The Heritage Library Supervisor is responsible to strategically promote and deliver outstanding Heritage Library services to the community through relevant programs and services across the region to develop a shared understanding of local heritage.

Key duties:

  • Lead the Heritage Library team in delivering excellent customer experiences and promotion of services.
  • Develop, plan, implement and facilitate quality  programs and exhibitions to engage and promote Heritage Library collections through analogue and digital experience for community members.
  • Manage the local history collections in partnership with staff to promote Heritage collections and services.


About you
As a requirement of this role, Bachelor Degree in Librarian and Information Science, Information Technology, Community Development, Cultural Heritage or similar discipline, and/or equivalent relevant experience. 

As a professional in library services, you will

  • Possess highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with ability to consult with a wide range of people.
  • Have strong project management and organisational skills.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Queensland Government Enterprise Architecture (QGEA) Standards and Guidelines, Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Act 2017 and Queensland Government Copyright Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.
  • Have demonstrated experience in preparing professional business communication such as reports, presentations and policy documents.

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:

  • 9-day fortnight - to support your enjoyment of the lifestyle benefits Sunshine Coast has to offer.
  • Pay you 17.5% loading when taking annual leave (4 weeks entitlement per year).
  • Discounted health related memberships and other wellbeing initiatives.

How to apply

Your written application should include:

  • A 1-2 page cover letter detailing your suitability for the role in Council including your ability to fulfil the key responsibilities and requirements on the Position Profile, including details of any specific or mandatory qualifications; 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 Helen Kaatz during business hours on 0447 897 957.

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.
 

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Library Operations Lead

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Aileen Carter (Coordinator Library Operations and Customer Service)
Contact Number
T:(03) 9278 4020 during business hours
Location
City of Boroondara, VIC

 

Library Operations Lead

  • Fantastic opportunity to join our dynamic Library Services team!
  • Full time fixed term contract (12 Months)  
  • $91,950 - $100,044 per annum plus super

We are seeking a positive and dynamic leader to join our library leadership team and focus on delivering outstanding library customer service, through leadership and continuous improvement. This is a great opportunity to take on a full time opportunity to work as a lead for 12 months within Boroondara Library Service. 

Pease note weekend and evening work is required with this role.

A little bit about the role
As a key member of the library operations team, this position leads the day-to-day operations at Hawthorn Library, ensuring our facilities and spaces are presented as vibrant, active, and welcoming.  You will also work with the staff to deliver the the highest possible standard of frontline customer experiences to the Boroondara community in person, by telephone and in writing.

The role will provide the highest possible standard of frontline customer service and professional advice to the Boroondara community whilst:

  • developing, promoting, and continually assessing the collection to meet the recreational, cultural, information and education needs of the people of Boroondara
  • planning and organising programmes that engage audiences and individuals to promote a love of reading and literature
  • leading collection service staff and liaising with external stakeholders such as vendors

About you
This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual committed to providing high quality library and information services to the community, and professional development opportunities and support for all library staff and branch leadership.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • A Tertiary qualification in library and information science which confers eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association
  • Experience in operational leadership in the public library environment and demonstrated understanding of customer experience principles experience working in a library, preferably in a public library
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the capacity to deal with conflict, and
  • Skills in managing time, setting priorities, planning and organising one’s own work

Employment Requirements

  • Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.
  • Preferred applicants will be required to undergo a National Police Record Check and hold a valid Working with Children Clearance.
  • All local government employees must be fully vaccinated to perform work outside of their place of residence. Appointment of the successful candidate will be subject to provision of evidence of vaccination status or medical exemption prior to commencement.

Want to know more?
Boroondara prides itself on its excellent community and support services. We consult with the community to ensure that we deliver to their expectations with a strong focus on customer experience.

How to Apply 

Please submit your application online via the ‘Apply’ button by Thursday 14 April 2022. All applications must be made via the online portal; no applications direct to the hiring manager will be considered. No calls or applications from agencies please.
 
For any further information please refer to the Position Description, or Aileen Carter (Coordinator Library Operations and Customer Service) during business hours on (03) 9278 4020 for a confidential discussion.


If you want to know more about the benefits of working for the City of Boroondara, please visit our Careers Website.

Council recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce for its employees and customers.  To ensure equity of access to employment opportunities, Council encourages applications from underrepresented groups including people who are from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people from different ages, abilities, gender identities, sexual orientation and cultural backgrounds. If you require any additional support or adjustments regarding interview arrangements, please advise the contact listed above in advance.
 
Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Council is a child safe organisation and as such, some applicants may be required to hold a Working with Children Clearance. Additionally, some applicants may also be required to undergo a National Criminal History check and/or medical check as per the requirements of the role.

Working together

We are currently undertaking an exciting project that will see a transformation in the way we work and the way we serve our customers. Implementation of the Boroondara Customer First Program will provide a customer centric model of service delivery that includes technological innovation, process improvement and business system renewal - we value your input and look forward to our journey ahead.

Who are we?

The City of Boroondara is a metropolitan council, representing more than 170,000 people in the inner-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. A leader in the local government sector, with a reputation for innovation and excellence, we believe in providing an environment where our staff thrive, both in the work they do and in how they learn and develop as people and professionals. 

We like to challenge the norm and we are investing significantly in innovation and technology improvements in order to provide our customers with an even greater experience and engagement. We are putting our customers at the forefront of what we do with our organisation wide change initiative, the Customer Experience Improvement Strategy (CEIS).

You will be instrumental in driving this change across the organisation using best practice approaches to successfully support us from the now to our desired future state. 

With so much going on it’s a great time to join Boroondara!

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Systems Administrator

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Robert Knight, Executive Director of RRL
Contact Number
02 6926 9777
Location
Riverina Regional Library, NSW

 

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Systems Administrator

About RRL

The Riverina Regional Library (RRL) is a large library service in south-west NSW. Established in 1978, RRL provides centralised library services to 18 libraries in 9 Council areas, as well as a Mobile Library that visits 22 communities. The RRL Administration Centre is based in Wagga Wagga, a thriving regional city that offers diverse lifestyle choices through a broad range of cultural, sporting, educational, housing and retail choices.

The Role

The RRL Systems Administrator delivers high quality information technology and systems administration services RRL member libraries and the RRL Administration Centre.
Responsibilities include administration of the library management system; assisting in administration of Microsoft 365 environment; deploy, configure, and maintain several Windows environments, associated hardware, and remote access; respond to enquiries from branch libraries and their members; liaise with suppliers to support and develop internal networking and security practices; maintain cloud hosted PABX telephony service and on-site hardware; maintain and develop website, site hosting, and DNS (Domain Name System); prepare correspondence, statistical analysis, reports, and forms; develop, deploy, and review cybersecurity protocols to ensure adherence to best practice and compliance with NSW State Government Policies and Guidelines.

The position offers a weekly salary in the range of $1,359.90 to $1,622.14 per week.

Enquiries for the positions should be made to Robert Knight, Executive Director of RRL, on 02 6926 9777.

To apply, please submit your Cover Letter, Resume, Selection Criteria, and the completed Coolamon Shire Job Application Form via email to council@coolamon.nsw.gov.au, addressed to the General Manager of Coolamon Shire Council.

Applications close Monday, 18 April 2022.

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Development and Promotions Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Robert Knight, Executive Director of RRL
Contact Number
02 6926 9777
Location
Riverina Regional Library, NSW

 

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Development and Promotions Officer

About RRL

The Riverina Regional Library (RRL) is a large library service in south-west NSW. Established in 1978, RRL provides centralised library services to 18 libraries in 9 Council areas, as well as a Mobile Library that visits 22 communities. The RRL Administration Centre is based in Wagga Wagga, a thriving regional city that offers diverse lifestyle choices through a broad range of cultural, sporting, educational, housing and retail choices.

The Role

The Development and Promotions Officer supports the development and delivery of digital engagement services and programs to branch libraries and their members across the RRL system.
Responsibilities include administration of the RRL and South-West Zone Digital Library eResource collections, liaison with suppliers, and managing content spend; creating content for RRL website and other media platforms; administer RRL’s social media and promotions presence, develop promotion strategies, and increase public engagement, maintaining RRL Records Management System and ensure compliance with NSW State Archives policies and regulations; generating statistical reports for eResource platforms, website, and engagement platforms, assist in outreach services including Programs, Reader’s Advisory, and RRL Book Club.

The position offers a weekly salary in the range of $1,359.90 to $1,622.14 per week.

Enquiries for the positions should be made to Robert Knight, Executive Director of RRL, on 02 6926 9777.

To apply, please submit your Cover Letter, Resume, Selection Criteria, and the completed Coolamon Shire Job Application Form via email to council@coolamon.nsw.gov.au, addressed to the General Manager of Coolamon Shire Council.

Applications close Monday, 18 April 2022.

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Business Administration Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Robert Knight, Executive Director of RRL
Contact Number
02 6926 9777
Location
Riverina Regional Library, NSW

 

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Business Administration Officer

About RRL

The Riverina Regional Library (RRL) is a large library service in south-west NSW. Established in 1978, RRL provides centralised library services to 18 libraries in 9 Council areas, as well as a Mobile Library that visits 22 communities. The RRL Administration Centre is based in Wagga Wagga, a thriving regional city that offers diverse lifestyle choices through a broad range of cultural, sporting, educational, housing and retail choices.

The Role

The Business Administration Officer provides administrative support to the RRL Business & Communications Coordinator and staff of the organisation.
Responsibilities include preparation of correspondence, reports, presentations, and promotional materials; coordination of meetings, workshops, and events including minutes and agendas; research and compilation of the RRL Annual Report; coordinating organisational financial and administrative tasks.

The position offers a weekly salary in the range of $815.94 to $973.28 at 21 hours per week.

Enquiries for the positions should be made to Robert Knight, Executive Director of RRL, on 02 6926 9777.

To apply, please submit your Cover Letter, Resume, Selection Criteria, and the completed Coolamon Shire Job Application Form via email to council@coolamon.nsw.gov.au, addressed to the General Manager of Coolamon Shire Council.

Applications close Monday, 18 April 2022.

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Library Systems and Innovation Officer

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

 

Library Systems and Innovation Officer

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

Go Further, Right Hereat Latrobe City Council

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

The Role

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

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

In this role, you'll:

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

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

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

Find your people, and your place

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

You'll need:

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

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

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

To apply

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

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

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

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

Library Programs Officer

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

 

Library Programs Officer

Job No: SC202103368 | Location: Singleton

JOIN OUR JOURNEY TO BECOME THE BEST COUNCIL IN AUSTRALIA!

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

 
ABOUT US

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


THE ROLE

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


WHY JOIN US?

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

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

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

 
INTERESTED?

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

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

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


APPLICATIONS CLOSE 10 April 2022

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Library Assistant - Taree

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

 

Library Assistant - Taree

Job No: MCC3506 | Location: Taree

About the MidCoast Region

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

Our organisation

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

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

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

The role

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

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

The person

We are looking for someone with: 

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

The package: $27.03 p/h plus superannuation. 

Location: Taree Library - 242 Victoria Street, Taree

Tenure: Part-Time, 28 hours a week

How to apply (apply here): 

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

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

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

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

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

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