Collections & Reader Development Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Michele Giblett
Contact Number
0447 926 835 [during business hours]
Location
Boroondara Council, VIC

 

Collections & Reader Development Librarian

  • Part time (28 hours per week) ongoing role
  • Exciting opportunity to support our Collections & Reader Development team
  • $76,049 - $88,495 plus super (pro rata to be applied)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Librarian to support the Collections & Reader Development team.

Reporting to the Collection & Reader Development Lead and based at Camberwell Library this is a part time ongoing role, 28 hours per week. Please note regular weekend and evening work is required.

A little bit about the role
Along with general library duties, the role will provide leadership in collection development, promotion and readers advisory.

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
We are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual with a strong customer focus, to join our team committed to providing high quality library experiences to the Boroondara community.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • well developed and positive interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively with both staff and public, including the capacity to deal with conflict;
  • strong professional knowledge of collections management, and awareness of trends in literature and recreational reading, and
  • the ability to enthuse audiences in their love of reading and encourage engagement with others though reading and literature based programmes and workshops.

Qualifications and Employment Requirements

  • Tertiary qualification which confers eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association.
  • Experience in collections management, and awareness of trends in literature and recreational reading.
  • Familiarity with and/or knowledge of relevant other language(s) and culture(s) and an awareness of the diversity of the community.

Want to know more?
We have a few ways you can connect further and gain a better insight into this opportunity:

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 11:59pm Sunday 5 September 2021.
 
To gain a real insight into this fantastic opportunity we recommend you refer to the position description or contact Michele Giblett (during business hours) on 0447 926 835 
All applications must be made via the online portal; no applications direct to the hiring manager or from recruitment agencies will be considered.

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 Check. 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. 

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Toy Library Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Julie Graney, Early Years Leader
Contact Number
0413 807 858 or julie.graney@darebin.vic.gov.au 
Location
Darebin City Council, VIC

 

Toy Library Officer

  • Location: Darebin City Council, Melbourne
  • $43.38 per hour + super
  • Casual/Vacation
  • Apply

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
The Toy Library Officer role is responsible for maintaining an appointment-based and COVID-safe service delivery model at the Darebin Toy Library site in Northcote.

The incumbent will be required to make appointments with members for borrowing and returning items, viewing the collection and processing new memberships.

They will also be required to maintain accurate records on the Toy Library membership base and catalogue collection and assist in the implementation of service improvements as part of the Toy Library service review.

  • Liaise with Toy Library members via phone, email and face-to-face 
  • Update the Toy Library catalogue
  • Clean toys and equipment and return them to catalogue
  • Assist with implementation of service review recommendations 

Skills and Experience

  • Experience in a toy library, community services or customer service environment
  • Knowledge of library service procedures
  • Experience working with families with young children
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • A current Victorian Driver’s Licence

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 including working from home options, Employee Assistance Program, recognition and reward program - Appreciate Great and a variety of generous paid and unpaid leave options.

How to Apply
Darebin values diversity and 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.

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

If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, please submit your application including a resume, and those who wish to address the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description may do so in their cover letter.

Contact Julie Graney, Early Years Leader on 0413 807 858 or julie.graney@darebin.vic.gov.au for a confidential discussion.

Applications close on Sunday 5th September at 11.30pm.

The Darebin City Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices. 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.

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Library Officer (Paraburdoo)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Cindy Derschow, Manager Libraries & Information Services
Contact Number
08 9190 2223
Location
Shire of Ashburton, WA

 

Library Officer

Residential - Paraburdoo
Part time, Ongoing
Starting  salary -  $59,649.61 p.a. (pro rata)
Negotiable, dependent on skills and experience


The Shire of Ashburton serves communities across a vast region in the Pilbara, Western Australia. The region is known for mining, agriculture and fishing, and for its rugged, ancient landscape. Paraburdoo is a small mining town, surrounded by spectacular natural scenery, less than 2 hours from Karijini National Park.

ABOUT THE POSITION

The Shire of Ashburton is seeking an outgoing and organised person who likes working with people, including children, to join the team at the Paraburdoo Library. This role is responsible for providing excellent customer service along with assisting in the provision of special programs at the library and general administration duties.

Our ideal candidate will be highly motivated, with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage young people, as well as previous experience in customer service and/or administration. Experience working in a library will be highly regarded, however is not essential. The successful candidate will be required to provide proof of application for a Working with Children Check prior to commencement, if not already held.

This role is part time working 43 hours per fortnight, with the roster being in accordance with programs and opening hours between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM Monday to Friday and Saturday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Additional hours may be required from time to time, in particular for leave coverage.

This position offers a competitive remuneration package including superannuation matching, annual allowances and six weeks’ annual leave (pro rata). All terms and conditions are as per the Shire of Ashburton Enterprise Agreement 2017.

For further information regarding this exciting opportunity, please contact Cindy Derschow, Manager Libraries & Information Services, on 08 9190 2223.


Applicants must apply online

It is recommended that you review the application attachments for this position, prior to applying. 

To apply for this role, all you need to do is send us your current resume and a covering letter of no more than two pages, outlining how your skills and experience relate to the requirements of this position.

Please refer to the attached Application Package.

Ready to send your application?

Simply click 'Apply'.

Applicants should have their documents ready to attach prior to applying.

Applications will be received until 9:00 AM on Thursday, 2 September 2021.

The Shire of Ashburton is committed to diversity and strongly encourages candidates from different cultural, gender and age backgrounds to apply.

Please Note:  Canvassing of Councillors or Shire Employees will disqualify. The successful candidate is required to obtain relevant police checks and to provide evidence of all claimed qualifications prior to commencing employment. We strongly encourage candidates to apply for a National Police Check upon job application.


Attachments:
General Application Package Aug 2021.pdf

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Library Officer (Onslow)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Cindy Derschow, Manager Libraries & Information Services
Contact Number
08 9190 2223
Location
Shire of Ashburton, WA

 

Library Officer

Residential - Onslow
Part time, Ongoing
Starting  salary -  $59,649.61 p.a. (pro rata)
Negotiable, dependent on skills and experience


The Shire of Ashburton serves communities across a vast region in the Pilbara, Western Australia. The region is known for mining, agriculture and fishing, and for its rugged, ancient landscape. Onslow is a small historic coastal town, fishing paradise, and gateway to the Mackerel Islands.

ABOUT THE POSITION

Library Officer

The Shire of Ashburton is seeking an outgoing and organised person who likes working with people, including children, to join the team at the Onslow Library. This role is responsible for providing excellent customer service along with assisting in the provision of special programs at the library and general administration duties.

Our ideal candidate will be highly motivated, with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage young people, as well as previous experience in customer service and/or administration. Experience working in a library will be highly regarded, however is not essential. The successful candidate will be required to provide proof of application for a Working with Children Check prior to commencement, if not already held.

This role is part time working 40 hours per fortnight, with the roster being in accordance with programs and opening hours between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday to Friday. Additional hours may be required from time to time, in particular for leave coverage.

This position offers a competitive remuneration package and six (6) weeks' annual leave. All terms and conditions are as per the Shire of Ashburton Enterprise Agreement 2017.

For further information regarding this exciting opportunity, please contact Cindy Derschow, Manager Libraries & Information Services, on 08 9190 2223.


Applicants must apply online

It is recommended that you review the application attachments for this position, prior to applying. 

To apply for this role, all you need to do is send us your current resume and a covering letter of no more than two pages, outlining how your skills and experience relate to the requirements of this position.

Please refer to the attached Application Package.

Ready to send your application?

Simply click 'Apply'.

Applicants should have their documents ready to attach prior to applying.

Applications will be received until 9:00 AM on Thursday, 2 September 2021.

The Shire of Ashburton is committed to diversity and strongly encourages candidates from different cultural, gender and age backgrounds to apply.

Please Note:  Canvassing of Councillors or Shire Employees will disqualify. The successful candidate is required to obtain relevant police checks and to provide evidence of all claimed qualifications prior to commencing employment. We strongly encourage candidates to apply for a National Police Check upon job application.


Attachments:
General Application Package Aug 2021.pdf

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Library Customer Service Officer - Circulation Supervisor

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Karen Reiter
Contact Number
T: 03 9261 7852| E: kreiter@bayside.vic.gov.au
Location
Bayside City Council, VIC

 

Library Customer Service Officer - Circulation Supervisor

  • Employment Type - Permanent, Full time
  • Days & Hours of Work - 35hrs per week (days to be rostered)
  • Band 4 - $67,152 p.a. + 10% superannuation
  • Location - Beaumaris Library
  • Apply

Our Organisation: 
Bayside City Council is a unique municipality renowned for its natural environment, 'village feel' and low density living located south of Melbourne's CBD. Home to over 100,000 residents Bayside City Council's enduring purpose is extraordinary places, thriving communities, better futures.  The enduring purpose is underpinned by a vision to become the sector-leading organisation delivering outstanding customer experience and community outcomes. Bayside Council is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an accessible and safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, diversity, and inclusion.

Our Opportunity:
The Library Service Team is looking for an exceptional customer focused individual to join their Beaumaris branch. This role is responsible for providing first point of contact service to our customers and performing a range of branch duties which will include:

  • Coordination of our Circulation Services
  • Providing IT assistance to our community
  • Overseeing the selection and delivery for our Home Library Services
  • Assisting with Library Services programs, event, and promotion activities

To be successful in this role:

  • Committed to providing excellent customer service.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport with our clients, members of the public and other staff across the business.
  • Enjoy working closely with others and thrive within a team environment.
  • The ability to recognise and adapt to changes in the work environment.
  • Available to work on a regular shift basis, including evenings and weekends.
  • Be willing to undertake a working with children and police check clearance.

How to apply:

1. Review the Position Description and Key Selection Criteria:

2. All applicants must respond to the Key Selection Criteria and include this in their covering letter.
3. Click Apply to submit your application.

We are committed to investing in our people through training and development programs and opportunities. Our additional staff benefits also include flexible working arrangements, paid parental leave, social activities and a comprehensive health and well-being program. 

Bayside City Council prides itself on its values of Respect Each Other, Own It, Work Together and Find Better Ways

  • Location: Beaumaris Library
  • Job Category: Library Service
  • Work Type: Permanent
  • Applications Close: 06/09/2021 23:59:00
  • Video: https://youtu.be/-FFNbbH4-1Y
  • Contact: Karen Reiter | T: 03 9261 7852| E: kreiter@bayside.vic.gov.au

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Library Assistant

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

 

Library Assistant

Job No: BDBRC466 | Location: Gin Gin

$36.96 p/hr (plus weekend penalties apply)
Casual (must be available to work Monday - Saturday)
Library Services Branch, Community & Environment
Bundaberg Region (Gin Gin)


About Us

Our vision is bold but simple, to build Australia’s best regional community. In order to achieve this, we’ve created a culture that’s centred on our core values. To be a Council that is customer focused, respectful and prides itself on team work, leadership, sustainability and innovation. We’re an all-inclusive Council that celebrates diversity and communicates in an open and respectful manner.

About The Opportunity 

Your role as a Library Assistant is to assist in the provision of high-quality library services, assisting members of the public with the use of the library, its resources and technologies.  In addition to this, you will provide support with the running of library programs, whilst providing exceptional customer service

About You

  • You have previous experience as a Library assistant in a public library, or in a customer service role
  • Exhibit exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills 
  • Possess sound knowledge of popular computer/internet programs and devices
  • Have the ability work independently or in a team, in a professional and positive manner
  • Sound organisational and problem solving skills
  • The ability to manage your time effectively, prioritise tasks and meet deadlines
  • Live and uphold the Council's values, show initiative, be adaptable to change and demonstrate a 'can do' attitude towards work

What we offer

  • Competitive hourly rate
  • A great working environment
  • Job satisfaction working with the community
  • Work within a culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance and a friendly and supportive team

The Selection Process

The preferred candidate will be required to undertake a National Police Clearance and Pre-employment medicals (which may include drug and alcohol testing), as part of the recruitment process.

How to Apply

To apply or find out more about the Position Description and our Benefits, Rewards and Recognition visit our Careers with Council webpage.

Closing date: 11.30pm Thursday 2 September 2021 AEST

Thank you for your interest in this position.  We look forward to receiving your application.

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Library Assistant – Young Peoples

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Angela Morgan
Contact Number
07 4688 6467 within business hours
Location
Toowoomba Regional Council, QLD

 

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Library Assistant – Young Peoples (3707)

Work Type: Permanent - Full Time
Location: Toowoomba CBD
Applications Close: 06/09/2021 11:45 PM
 

About Council

The Toowoomba Region is about rich traditions and bold ambitions. Our long and proud agricultural history has evolved Toowoomba into Australia’s second largest inland city supporting diverse townships in the Council area and acting as a service centre for South West Qld and North West NSW. The region is boldly forging new opportunities around the Surat Basin resource sector, education, health, transport and massive infrastructure investments. Growth hasn’t come at the expense of liveability though, with Toowoomba twice voted in the top 5 most family friendly cities in Australia.

Toowoomba Regional Council services a regional population of 166,500 and employs a team of approximately 1,800 staff, dedicated and passionate about delivering excellent customer service to the community, residents and visitors throughout the region. We recognise that our success depends upon attracting and retaining skilled and talented staff and offer a wide variety of interesting challenges and opportunities to develop your career.

JOIN A WORKPLACE THAT HAS RICH TRADITIONS AND BOLD AMBITIONS

About the role

  • The Library Assistant Young People assists with the development, implementation and provision of innovative, quality and responsive library and information services, events, and library programs for children ages 0 to 11 years and youth aged 12 to 18 years.
  • The purpose is to promote literacy and library usage, social inclusion, and promote the Toowoomba Region library service within the community.
  • The Salary Range for this position is $59,228.59 - $64,155.15 gross per annum plus 17.5% annual leave loading and up to 12.4% superannuation.
  • This is a permanent full-time position which is based at the Toowoomba City Library.

How to be successful in this position - Success Criteria

  1. Hold the mandatory qualification(s), training and/or experience as outlined under the 'Success Criteria' in the Position Description (attached).
  2. Enthusiasm for current trends in children and youth media, pop culture, literature and arts and event management.
  3. Sound level of oral and written communication skills, with emphasis on communication with children and youth.
  4. Sound level of numeracy skills.
  5. Demonstrated computer literacy skills including the capacity to effectively use Microsoft Office Suit, specifically Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications, and the ability to learn and demonstrate the Library Management System and new technologies for digital literacy programs.
  6. Excellent customer service skills with the ability to provide accurate and timely advice in a helpful and supportive manner.
  7. Demonstrated time management and organizational skills with the ability to plan and organise own work.
  8. Commitment to Council’s Organisational Value and Behaviour of Teamwork.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit two documents:

  1. A document addressing the “Success Criteria” in the Position Description in two pages or less; and
  2. Your current resume.

PLEASE NOTE: Your application may not be considered if you do not follow the instructions outlined above.

Visit our website www.tr.qld.gov.au/jobs for information on how to apply for jobs at Toowoomba Regional Council. Applicants are encouraged to apply online.

For further information

Please contact Angela Morgan on 07 4688 6467 within business hours.

Closing date

The closing date for applications is at 11.45pm on Monday, 6 September 2021.
Attachments:
Position Description - Library Assistant Young Peoples (3707).pdf
TRC Values and Behaviours.pdf

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Archive Collection Project Manager

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Tracy Fraser, Library Coordinator
Contact Number
(08) 8080 3460
Location
Broken Hill City Council, NSW

 

Archive Collection Project Manager

Applications closing on 27 August 2021, 05:00 PM

2 years – fixed term externally funded contract

Base Salary Grade 17 - $103,259 - $110,647 plus superannuation

Council is seeking a suitably qualified applicant to fill the contract full-time role of Archive Collection Project Manager.

Reporting directly to the Library Coordinator, you will support Broken Hill City Council in delivering valued library services to the community.  The key responsibility of this position is to ensure that the collections of the Broken Hill Archives are easily accessible by undertaking a collection audit, development of policy, procedures and standards, undertake digitisation to eMU database, development of database protocols, and preparation of workflows for digitisation with accountability for key milestones .  

This position is a 24-month project-based contract position based in the Broken Hill City Library that will train and oversee Library staff and volunteers who will assist with the completion of digitisation and collection management works.

As Council facilities are open 7 days per week and operate on a rotating roster; you may need to be available for work Sunday to Saturday. Penalty rates apply for Saturday and Sunday work as per the Broken Hill City Council Consent Award. All other conditions are as per the Award.

The successful candidate will possess and demonstrate the following:

  • Demonstrated experience in project coordination, management, reporting.
  • Highly developed written and oral communications with the capacity for original and strategic thought.
  • Self-motivated, ability to self-manage and work independently.
  • Proactive thinking and strong problem-solving skills.
  • A genuine and proven interest in libraries and handling of archival material.
  • Experience using Microsoft applications and Internet resources.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing strategic plans that lead, activate, and manage service delivery, that have successfully delivered the desired outcomes and contribute to innovation and practice improvement, especially to diverse and remote audiences.

Appointment will be subject to:

  • Pre-employment Medical
  • National Police and Background Check
  • Reference Checks

Job reference: DGM-LB-02.13

Any questions about the role can be directed to Tracy Fraser, Library Coordinator on (08) 8080 3460

To apply for this role, click HERE and provide Council with a cover letter (maximum of 2 pages) addressing how you meet the essential requirements of the role and provide an up-to-date CV with a minimum of two current referees.

Applications close Friday 27 August 2021 at 5pm (ACST)

Broken Hill City Council promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people. People from indigenous backgrounds, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you require any adjustments to assist you with your application or would like to discuss the position further, please contact Council’s HR Department on (08) 8080 3342

Please note that the selection process can commence before the closing date and that the preferred candidate can be selected based on application and referee checks only.

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Library Outreach Services Officer (Part-time 30h/per week)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Tracy Fraser, Library Coordinator
Contact Number
(08) 8080 3460
Location
Broken Hill City Council, NSW

 

Library Outreach Services Officer (Part-time 30h/pw)

Applications closing on 27 August 2021, 05:00 PM

4 months – fixed term externally funded contract

Base Salary Grade 8 - $1,128 to $1,206 plus superannuation

Council is seeking a suitably qualified applicant to fill the contract part-time role of Library Outreach Services Officer.

Reporting directly to the Library Coordinator, you will support Broken Hill City Council in delivering valued library services to the community.  This position is responsible for the evaluation and reporting on the coordination and delivery of Broken Hill City Library Outback Letterbox Library service to ensure frontline services, legislative, stakeholder, operational and customer service requirements are met.

You will implement and oversee the service strategy to improve and deliver library services for the very remote, regional communities of NSW, covering families living on stations, unincorporated areas of Tibooburra, Milparinka and Silverton and the Central Darling Shire of Wilcannia, Menindee, Ivanhoe, White Cliffs, and surrounding areas.

This position is a 4-month contract position (with extension if required) based in the Broken Hill City Library with the travel requirement to work remotely to, liaise with and work with the remote communities within the region.

As Council facilities are open 7 days per week and operate on a rotating roster; you may need to be available for work Sunday to Saturday. Penalty rates apply for Saturday and Sunday work as per the Broken Hill City Council Consent Award. All other conditions are as per the Award.

The successful candidate will possess and demonstrate the following:

  • Demonstrated experience in project coordination, management, reporting.
  • Highly developed written and oral communications with the capacity for original and strategic thought.
  • Self-motivated, ability to self-manage and work independently.
  • Proactive thinking and strong problem-solving skills.
  • A genuine and proven interest in libraries.
  • Experience using Microsoft applications and Internet resources.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing strategic plans that lead, activate, and manage service delivery, that have successfully delivered the desired outcomes and contribute to innovation and practice improvement, especially to diverse and remote audiences.

Appointment will be subject to:

  • Pre-employment Medical
  • National Police and Background Check
  • Reference Checks

Job reference: DGM-LB-01.05

Any questions about the role can be directed to Tracy Fraser, Library Coordinator on (08) 8080 3460

To apply for this role, click HERE and provide Council with a cover letter (maximum of 2 pages) addressing how you meet the essential requirements of the role and provide an up-to-date CV with a minimum of two current referees.

Applications close Friday 27 August 2021 at 5pm (ACST)

Broken Hill City Council promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people. People from indigenous backgrounds, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you require any adjustments to assist you with your application or would like to discuss the position further, please contact Council’s HR Department on (08) 8080 3342

Please note that the selection process can commence before the closing date and that the preferred candidate can be selected based on application and referee checks only.

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Library Services Trainee

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Library Coordinator, Tracy Fraser
Contact Number
(08) 8080 3469
Location
Broken Hill City Council, NSW

 

Library Services Trainee

Applications closing on 27 August 2021, 05:00 PM

1 x Temporary Full time Position (dependent on course length)

Salary Grade – Year 1 Trainee $979.77 per week plus superannuation

Council is seeking a suitable applicant to fill the temporary full-time role of Library Services Trainee.

The Library Services Team is an advocate for library services and recognises the importance of providing an effective and efficient library and information service that meets the recreational, cultural, information and education needs of the community of Broken Hill in accordance with values, policies and budget accepted by Council.

The Library Services Trainee is a member of Council’s Library Services team and will train in all aspects of the Library and Archive Services. (Determined by the study / course path – TAFE or University).

We are seeking an employee that is enthusiastic in pursuing a career in library services, has experience working in small and large teams, and has a good customer service understanding. The successful candidate will have proven ability to communicate well with others, have high level Microsoft Office skills and take a proactive approach to their work. 

Benefits working for Council include:

  • Generous Award Conditions including 5 weeks annual leave
  • Paid long Service Leave after 5 years continuous service
  • Corporate Health and Wellbeing programs
  • Employee growth and development opportunities
  • Salary packaging options
  • Social Club

Appointment to this role will be subject to:

  • Preferred candidate after panel interview recommendation
  • Pre-employment Medical
  • National Police and Background Check
  • Reference Checks

Job reference: DGM-LB.01.06

Any questions about the role can be directed to the Library Coordinator, Tracy Fraser (08) 8080 3469

To apply for this role, click here and provide Council with a two-page (max.) cover letter that focusses on the essential requirements of the role; demonstrates your successes in any previous roles, and an up to date CV with at least two current referees.

Applications close Friday 27 August 2021 @ 5.00pm (ACST)

Broken Hill City Council promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people. People from indigenous backgrounds, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you require any adjustments to assist you with your application or would like to discuss the position further, please contact Council’s HR Department on (08) 8080 3342

Please note that the selection process can commence before the closing date and that the preferred candidate can be selected based on application and referee checks only.

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