Supervisor Branch Library

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Nicole Barr, Team Leader Library Branches
Contact Number
0417 091 398
Location
Central Coast Council, NSW

 

Supervisor Branch Library

Job No: CEN2594 | Location: Central Coast NSW

"YOU COULD MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE"

Primary Work Location: Lake Haven NSW 

  • Excellent professional opportunity for an experienced library supervisor
  • Embed a love of lifelong learning in the community 
  • Live and work on the beautiful Central Coast of NSW
  • Permanent full time position 140 hours over 4 weeks including 1 Saturday each month 

The health and well being of our employees and our community is of utmost importance to us. Please note that during the current COVID-19 situation the successful candidate may be required to work from home where appropriate instead of from the primary office location.

Central Coast Council is committed to the goals of equal opportunity employment. We aim to provide a work environment for our employees that fosters equity, diversity and respect.

Ideally located on the northern fringe of Sydney and just an hour's drive from Newcastle, the Central Coast offers one of the best places in Australia to live and work. 

Today the Central Coast is one of the fastest growing regions in NSW, with the third largest Local Government Area (LGA) in NSW and the 6th Largest LGA in Australia.

Central Coast Council is committed to making the Central Coast a place of continual learning for all ages, from our Child Care Centres to our Libraries and through our Community Education programs. Our Central Coast Council Libraries connect with each other, as well as with the community, to provide a variety of innovative programs and deliver the highest quality services.  

Reporting to the Team Leader Library Branches, this important supervisory role looks after a professional branch library team ensuring the programs and services offered are innovative, relevant, financially viable and well utilised by the local community.

What would a day in this role look like:

  • Spend time coaching and building capacity in your team, providing support and development opportunities to drive a positive and service focused team culture;   
  • Review our collection or identify opportunities for fresh and innovative programs to drive community engagement and ensure our programs are meeting community needs;
  • Focus on continuous improvement and best practice, participate in reviewing our policies, and develop new processes and procedures to support any policy changes;
  • Ensure the effective and efficient operation of the Branch Library within allocated budget and resources. 

About You:

  • Ideally Degree qualified in Management and/or Library and Information Science, your background in similar roles includes library operations, budget management, and managing teams in a high volume customer service environment, where results count;
  • Your positive, inclusive, and performance based leadership style ensures you get the best from your team; 
  • You are an innovative and strategic thinker who enjoys sharing your knowledge and expertise, while also learning from others;
  • Having a work/life balance is important to you.

About Us:

  • We are a large organisation delivering a wide variety of services to our local community;
  • We offer a supportive work environment with opportunities for career development;
  • We provide opportunities to collaborate with subject matter experts from a variety of areas across the organisation.

Please refer to the Position Description for detailed information on the position and required skills and experience.

This role provides a salary range of between $77.7k to $93.3k per annum + 10% superannuation.

Please note: Due to the current COVID-19 situation interviews will now be conducted via Microsoft Teams.

Enquiries: Nicole Barr, Team Leader Library Branches on 0417 091 398.

If you are deaf, hearing or speech impaired, you can contact us through the National Relay Service TTY call 133 677 or Speak & Listen 1300 555 727.

Closing Date:  Applications close at Midnight on Sunday 15 August 2021. 

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HOW TO APPLY

Thank you for your interest in the position.

For more information on applying for a role with Central Coast Council please click on the following link: https://www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/council/about-council/careers-and-volunteering/applying-position

Apply now using our fast, easy to use on-line application process. 

Don't have access to a computer or electronic device? Applications can be lodged at any of Council's 11 Library locations. Pre-book a free 1 hour computer time-slot by contacting your nearest library https://www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/libraries/our-branches or ask at the  Library enquiry counter.

Please note that you do not need a "password" to use our on-line application system, however you will need to complete your application without leaving the system as your application will not be saved.

** It is recommended that you review the questions and prepare your responses in a Word document or similar before commencing your on-line application. Your responses will not be saved if you encounter any problems submitting your application.

** We recommend that you use Google Chrome for best System performance.

To lodge your application, please follow the below steps:

Step 1:  Answer the on-line questions shown below. Please ensure that you provide as much detail as possible in response to the questions asked.

Step 2:  Attach your Resume 

Step 3:  Attach your qualifications and licences

Once your application is successfully lodged you will receive an automated response sent to your e-mail address. If a response is not received this means that your application has not been successfully submitted and you will need to lodge another application.

IMPORTANT: If you require assistance to lodge your application please contact our Talent Acquisition team by emailing recruit@centralcoast.nsw.gov.au or phone 0409 601 161 to discuss what reasonable adjustments you may need.

Applicants who are selected for interview will be contacted by phone or e-mail.  Please be advised, in order to ensure you receive all email communications from Central Coast Council, please whitelist 'recruit@centralcoast.nsw.gov.au' in your preferred email client.   For Further instructions please click here

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Coordinator Reading, Learning & Community (Lalor Library)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
Yarra Plenty Regional Library, VIC

 

Coordinator Reading, Learning & Community (Lalor Library)

Temporary Part Time (6 months)
85 hours per four week period
Band 5 ($72,442 p.a. prorata + 10% Superannuation)

We are excited to advertise this temporary part-time Coordinator – Reading, Learning & Community position to join the Lalor team. 

As a valued part of the YPRL Team, you will actively promote and implement services and programs to ensure the important role of the library as a community hub and to positively contribute to the team environment.  You will utilise your diverse creative skills to plan, coordinate and evaluate programs and other events with the community.

As Coordinator – Reading, Learning & Community you will: 

  • Liaise with community groups, educational institutions, key stakeholders and the wider community.

  • Plan, coordinate and evaluate library programs and events in collaboration with branch staff.

  • Deliver programs in branch and at other library service points including outreach as required.

  • Contribute to marketing to support library events and programs.

  • Respond to a range of library operations that support customers in a self-serve environment based on high level of knowledge of library products and services, including circulation and collections management.

  • Plan and deliver a diverse range of training to the public and staff.

  • Contribute to the of the role of the library as a place for reading, learning and community.

Please see roster details below:
Mondays: 1.00pm – 8.45pm
Tuesdays: 10.00am-5.15pm
Fridays: 8.45am-5.15pm

About you

You are known for your warmth and creativity, plus the ability to innovate and problem solve. With a great ability in developing, implementing and coordinating programs and events, you will build partnerships with community groups and work collaboratively with branch staff and YPRL Coordinators. You have the ability to gain co-operation and assistance from members of the public and other employees in providing library services, programs, events and activities guaranteeing an excellent customer service experience.  

How to apply

To apply for this position, please review the position description and prepare a statement addressing the key selection criteria, which includes specific relevant examples of your work, along with a cover letter and your resume via the Apply Now button on Seek.

Closing: Wednesday 11 August 2021

Interviews will be given to all eligible employees who fully meet and address the key selection criteria.  Please note that if you do not satisfactorily meet the key selection criteria you may be excluded from interview. 

YPRL is an inclusive and accessible workplace

YPRL strives to be an inclusive and accessible work environment where diversity is valued and celebrated, and where everyone can bring their authentic whole selves to work. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds.

YPRL is a Child Safe organisation and ensures all staff have a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) and National Police Record check. We have appropriate screening processes in place including a Child Safe Policy and Procedure, key selection criteria and interviewing and reference checking, which demonstrates our commitment to Child Safety.

Coordinator Reading, Learning & Community (Whittlesea Library)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
Yarra Plenty Regional Library, VIC

 

Coordinator Reading, Learning & Community (Whittlesea Library)
 

Permanent Full Time – 70 hours per fortnight
Band 5 ($72,442 p.a. + superannuation)

 We are excited to advertise this permanent full-time Coordinator – Reading, Learning & Community position to join the Whittlesea team.

As a valued part of the YPRL Team, you will actively promote and implement services and programs to ensure the important role of the library as a community hub and to positively contribute to the team environment. You will utilise your diverse creative skills to plan, coordinate and evaluate programs and other events with the community.

As Coordinator – Reading, Learning & Community you will:

  • Liaise with community groups, educational institutions, key stakeholders and the wider community.
  • Plan, coordinate and evaluate library programs and events in collaboration with branch staff.
  • Deliver programs in branch and at other library service points including outreach as required.
  • Contribute to marketing to support library events and programs.
  • Respond to a range of library operations that support customers in a self-serve environment based on high level of knowledge of library products and services, including circulation and collections management.
  • Plan and deliver a diverse range of training to the public and staff.
  • Contribute to the of the role of the library as a place for reading, learning and community.

 About you

You are known for your warmth and creativity, plus the ability to innovate and problem solve. With a great ability in developing, implementing and coordinating programs and events, you will build partnerships with community groups and work collaboratively with branch staff and YPRL Coordinators. You have the ability to gain co-operation and assistance from members of the public and other employees in providing library services, programs, events and activities guaranteeing an excellent customer service experience. 

How to apply

To apply for this position, please review the position description and prepare a statement addressing the key selection criteria, which includes specific relevant examples of your work, along with a cover letter and your resume and apply via our Seek advertisement.

Closing: Sunday 1 August 2021.

Interviews will be given to all eligible employees who fully meet and address the key selection criteria.  Please note that if you do not satisfactorily meet the key selection criteria you may be excluded from interview. 

*Appointment to this role is subject to a satisfactory National Police Record Check and Employment Working with Children Check.

 

YPRL is an inclusive and accessible workplace

YPRL strives to be an inclusive and accessible work environment where diversity is valued and celebrated, and where everyone can bring their authentic whole selves to work. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds.

YPRL is a Child Safe organisation and ensures all staff have a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) and National Police Record check. We have appropriate screening processes in place including a Child Safe Policy and Procedure, key selection criteria and interviewing and reference checking, which demonstrates our commitment to Child Safety.

Community Engagement Librarian - Re advertised

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Dubbo Libraries Coordinator
Contact Number
(02) 6801 4513
Location
Dubbo Regional Council, NSW

 

Community Engagement Librarian - Re advertised

Job No: DRC864 | Location: Dubbo

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. 

WE ARE DRC

Our Employee Value Proposition was developed with input from our employees. Our employees expressed how they feel working at DRC, highlighting some of the reasons they think working with us is a positive experience and what makes them stay.

That is how We Are DRC was created.

Here at DRC we are:

  • Balanced
  • Equipped
  • Connected
  • Progressive

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 OPPORTUNITY

In the role of Community Engagement Librarian you will be responsible for the provision of high quality customer service.  You will be responsible for the development and delivery of programs, events and community outreach initiatives that enhance community engagement, life-long learning and cultural aspirations.

IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO

  • Proactively participate and contribute to the development of the library service objectives and identified outcomes.
  • Contribute to the development of stakeholder relationships with community organisations, agencies and groups including formal and informal education providers.
  • Model, promote and support leadership, decision making and problem solving through planning, coaching and developing staff.

TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL NEED

  • Degree in Library and Information Science with eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
  • Demonstrated understanding and ability to apply community engagement principles in the development and delivery of library programs, events and activities.
  • Demonstrated experience in leading, developing and motivating a small team in the delivery of library services that enhance community outcomes.
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of technology applications to improve delivery of library services and engagement.
  • Demonstrated skills and ability to plan, implement and deliver programs and events.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

ABOUT YOU

You will be a highly motivated library professional with a passion for serving the community.  You will have previous experience in delivering community based library and information services and programs.  You will have previous experience leading a small team and will enjoy working with a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve excellence in the delivery of library services.

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, and wellbeing program. DRC also has a variety of Salary Packaging options available to staff including:

  • Superannuation
  • Rainbow Cottage Childcare
  • Professional Memberships
  • Excess Long Service Leave to Superannuation
  • Uniforms
  • Novated Vehicle Leasing
  • Remote Area Housing Assistance
  • Work Related Self Education Expenses
  • Portable Notebook or Laptop computer
  • Airline Lounge Memberships
  • Disability/Income Protection Insurance
  • Tools of Trade

Furthermore, DRC also 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 entire scope of essential and desirable criteria which all applicants must meet.

This position requires a pre employment health assessment.  Please refer to the attached Job Demands document for the physical requirements of the position.

Salary: $84,957 - $98,734 per annum plus superannuation.  

Closing Date: 9.00am Monday 16 August 2021

Enquiries: For a confidential discussion regarding this position, please contact Councils Dubbo Libraries Coordinator - (02) 6801 4513

HOW TO APPLY

  1. Please fill out the questions in the application page below.
  2. On the following page you will 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.)

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Young People’s Services Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
City of Rockingham, WA

 

Young People’s Services Librarian

  • Applications Close: 10/08/2021 4:00 PM
  • Location: Administration Building
  • Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time
     

Fixed term for up to one year, parental leave | Full-time (average of 38 hours per week)

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.

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 tertiary qualification in library services and/or early childhood education. A ‘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.

To be considered for this role, you must address the following selection criteria as part of your online application:

  1. Tertiary qualification in Librarianship/and or Early Childhood Education (eligibility for Associate Membership of Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)).
  2. Demonstrated initiative and problem solving and time management skills.
  3. Ability to work in a team environment.
  4. Experience in a field of Young People’s Services, library services or early childhood education including planning promoting and implementing community programmes and events.
  5. Knowledge of services to children and youth and the ability to communicate and relate effectively with children, youth and their parents.
  6. Well developed technology skills including audio-visual equipment and proven capacity to operate a variety of computer programs and applications including social media tools.
  7. High level of customer service delivery.

We are offering a gross cash salary of $72,077 per annum

We value our employees and offer:

  • 11% plus the opportunity to co-contribute
  • A variety of health and wellbeing programmes
  • Flexible working arrangements, including rostered days off and two additional paid days of absence per annum
  • Training and development opportunities including paid study leave and study fees

An information package is available on our website.   

Applications will be accepted until 4pm, Tuesday 10 August 2021.

The City of Rockingham encourages candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people living with disability and people who speak a first language other than English.
 

Attachments:Information Pack - Young People\'s Services Librarian - July 2021.pdf

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Library Services Manager

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Human Resources Manager Bev Jones
Contact Number
08 9622 6100
Location
Shire of Northam, WA

 

Library Services Manager

  • Shire of Northam
  • $70,000 - $74,999
  • Full Time 

READY TO JOIN OUR TEAM?

The successful applicant will have:

  • Knowledge & experience in the management & delivery of library services, programs & collections
  • Thorough knowledge of public library practices & procedures
  • Eligibility for Associate membership of the Australian Library & Information Association
  • Proven people management & supervisory experience in a public library or similar environment
  • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills

What we offer you:

  • Work in a heritage-listed, award-winning Brutalist building
  • Generous subsidised superannuation
  • 9-day fortnight and flexible working conditions to suit your lifestyle
  • Ongoing Health and Wellbeing program

The position description and application form can be accessed via the Shire of Northam website or above under Document/s.

Alternatively, apply here via the online form here

For further information contact Human Resources Manager Bev Jones on 08 9622 6100.

Closing Date: Friday 6th August 2021

The Shire of Northam is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, impairment, age or veteran status. Local applicants are encouraged to apply. All applicants must have legal entitlement to work permanently in Australia

Team Member Local & Family History

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Helen Mavropodis (Team Leader Adult Programs
Contact Number
(02) 9707 9709
Location
Canterbury Bankstown City Council, NSW

 

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Team Member Local & Family History

  • Flexible- Full Time or Part Time opportunity
  • Work for an Employer of Choice who value their staff
  • Located in the city of Canterbury/Bankstown

We are currently seeking a Team Member to join the Adult Programs team to specialise in Local and Family History. 

Whilst this position will be located at the Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre, you may need to work at other locations as required.

We will consider this position to be a Full Time or Part Time opportunity depending on the successful applicant. 

The Role:

To assist the Local & Family History Technical Specialists to plan, develop and deliver Local & Family History services, programs, projects and activities relevant to the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area.

Accountabilities:

  • Assist the Team Leader Adult Programs and Local & Family History Technical Specialists in providing Local & Family History services and collections
  • Assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs related to Local & Family History
  • Train library users and staff in the effective use of relevant Local & Family History information tools and technologies
  • Participate in the development and evaluation of Local & Family History collections
  • Promote and encourage an interest in, and appreciation of, Local & Family History through presentations, activities, exhibitions, displays and publications, including partnerships with relevant institutions and groups


*Please refer to the position description for a full list of duties

Essential Qualifications and Experience

  • Eligible for membership of Australian Library and Information Association or qualifications or experience relevant to Local & Family History
  • Demonstrated strong commitment to delivering quality customer service
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Local & Family History collections and services. 
  • Knowledge and experience of databases, digital platforms and electronic resources relevant to history, community and related areas. 
  • Proven and well-developed research skills. 
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills, including ability to plan and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously. 
  • Demonstrated high level communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal), including high level English skills. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and efficiently in a fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrated experience working effectively in a team environment, providing a positive, professional and co-operative approach to working with others.


The starting salary for this position is $63,205 (Grade D, Step 1) plus 10% Super. 
 
What’s in it for you?

  • Opportunity to earn additional time off (Only applicable for the FT position) 
  • Access to Health and Wellbeing Programs 
  • Access to Training and Development Opportunities 
  • Work for an organisation who truly value our people


How to apply:

Applications must be submitted online by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below and creating login using your email address.

When submitting your application, make sure to address the Essential Criteria mentioned in the below Position Description in your covering letter.

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

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

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

We pride ourselves on being a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome, and value the unique contributions of all people. We encourage people with a disability or culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

Applications close at 11:59pm, Thursday 5 August 2021. 

For more information, please contact Helen Mavropodis (Team Leader Adult Programs) on (02) 9707 9709. 

For more information about CB City and other employment opportunities, follow us on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/city-of-canterbury-bankstown

 

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Team Leader Library Operations, Digital and Collections Services

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jane Stronach
Contact Number
(07) 5475 8928 - during business hours
Location
Sunshine Coast Council, QLD

 

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Team Leader Library Operations, Digital and Collections Services

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

  • $97K - $103K Total Remuneration Package
  • Location: Cotton Tree
  • Vacancy No: 1410

Applications close: Monday, 9 August 2021, 11:59pm

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

In a region striving to be Healthy, Smart and Creative, it is necessary for services to facilitate this vision. Our Arts, Heritage and Libraries Branch actively provides a Community Service which educates and advocates for creativity. The Team Leader, Library Operations, Digital and Collection Services is an exciting leadership position supporting the Coordinator Library Services. The Team Leader Operations will lead and manage a region-wide programme to develop and transform library services, and enable the active participation of all areas of Libraries in service development and continuous improvement.

The successful candidate will oversee core service delivery across the Sunshine Coast Library network including eight libraries and two mobile and outreach services.  The position also leads the Digital Services and Collections Services teams which provide service wide network and IT services and look after the procurement, selection and integration of all physical and eResources for customer use.

In an average day, as a member of the leadership team, you will provide region-wide leadership and management for key library projects and activities including:

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  • The development of internal and external partnerships, networks and communications which transform library service delivery and drive business improvement
  • The delivery of strategic goals that achieve library network transformation
  • Oversight of the management of libraries’ budget and support for staff with operational budget responsibilities

About you

A natural leader, you will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience at a senior level in a Library environment, and Tertiary qualifications in Library Science, Community Development, Management or similar fields. You will be a successful driver of change with outstanding interpersonal and organisational skills in the areas of leadership, project delivery, continuous improvement, building teams and consultation. Your ability to effectively apply soft skills to resolve staff and customer issues and meet changing needs is pivotal to this position. Additionally, your verbal and written communication skills are highly developed enabling you to to prepare reports, planning documents and presentations with demonstrated aptitude in the use of relevant computer applications.

Our Culture & Employee Benefits

Council is committed to creating an inclusive, culturally diverse, healthy, skilled and committed 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.
  • Salary Packaging
  • Pay you 17.5% loading when taking annual leave
    (4 weeks entitlement per year)

How to apply

Your written application should include:

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

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

Further Information

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

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

For specific enquiries contact Jane Stronach during business hours on (07) 5475 8928.

Through its Reconciliation Action Plan, Sunshine Coast Council supports social and economic opportunities for Traditional Owners, the Kabi Kabi and Jinibara people and the broader First Nations community and as such strongly encourages local, First Nations people to apply.

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Team Leader Library Marketing and Digital Branch

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Heidi Pettersen, Coordinator Service Activation
Contact Number
(03) 9932 3006
Location
Hobsons Bay City Council, VIC

 

Team Leader Library Marketing and Digital Branch

  • Reference Number: 11883
  • Employment Type: Fixed Term Full Time
  • Department: Community Learning and Service Centres
  • Location: Local Government Admin - Corporate Centre
  • Enterprise Agreement: Hobsons Bay City Council Enterprise Agreement - 35 - Band 6
  • Salary: $87,914 - $97,050 (+ 10% super & RDO)
  • Hours per Week: 35
  • Applications close at 11.30pm Sunday, 1 August 2021

Position Summary

Team Leader Library Marketing and Digital Branch 

Fixed Term Full Time (12 months parental leave cover) 35 hours per week

Band 6 $87,914 - $97,050 (+ 10% super & RDO)

An exciting opportunity has arisen to backfill the Team Leader Library Marketing and Digital Branch in the Community Learning and Service Centres Department in a parental leave replacement role.

If you are experienced in a marketing or communications role, and can provide excellent front-facing customer service, this could be the role for you.

Applicants will be:  

  • experienced in the development of websites and digital communications channels
  • able to lead the production and distribution of high-quality communications
  • able to plan, implement and evaluate innovative community communications and marketing products within agreed budgets and timeframes
  • an excellent communicator, both verbal and written, with the ability to produce high level reports and presentations

A copy of the position description can be obtained by using the download feature below or by contacting our Customer Service team on 1300 179 944. For further information please contact Heidi Pettersen, Coordinator Service Activation on (03) 9932 3006.

Applications must include a cover letter outlining your suitability to the role and an updated resume. Applications close at 11.30pm Sunday, 1 August 2021.


Please submit your application either by submitting online or posting to:

HR Recruitment
Hobsons Bay City Council
PO Box 21
ALTONA VIC 3018

An automated email will be sent upon receipt of your electronic application. Please re-submit your application if the auto reply has not been received or call (03) 9932 1092 if you are experiencing difficulty.

Hobsons Bay City Council is committed to the principles of Equal Opportunity and workplace diversity. We encourage a diverse workforce reflective of our community to better meet the needs of our customers.

Your Career is our Success

Closing Date: 01/08/2021

Position Description available for download above under Document\s

Application Guide (PDF): View Guide

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Team Leader Sunbury Library

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Amanda Forde
Contact Number
0428 864 392
Location
Hume City Council, VIC

 

Team Leader Sunbury Library (100404)

Broadmeadows, Australia | Reference: 5574737

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

Hume Libraries has an exciting opportunity for an experienced librarian/team leader to lead the Sunbury Library team. If you are a motivational leader with a passion for high quality library service provision coupled with a keen interest in community development, this may be the role for you. You will

  • Under the direction of the Coordinator Library Programs and People, coordinate and manage the operations of the Sunbury and Tullamarine Libraries ensuring the delivery of all localised library services are high quality, high performing, relevant and responsive to the needs of the local communities;
  • Lead the development, implementation and evaluation of library and learning activities for the Sunbury and Tullamarine communities with a whole of service outlook;
  • Collaborate with all members of the Library Management Team on the effective functioning and integration of technology, collections and promotions for the Sunbury and Tullamarine Libraries with a whole of service outlook.

Key Skills

  • Tertiary qualifications ensuring eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association and experience in public library operations, service delivery and library management systems;
  • Knowledge of and enthusiasm for working in modern public libraries and a demonstrated understanding of their role in the community;
  • Relevant experience in the management of library teams, including active supervision;
  • Proficiency in the use of all current library management systems, RFID technology, computer applications and software, electronic resources and digital devices.

Company Profile

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

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion and the principles of gender equality.

Our Council recognises the value of the diversity and strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures to the heritage of all Australians.

We have zero tolerance for child abuse and adhere to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation. Our people are required to observe child safe requirements and support the safety, participation, wellbeing and empowerment of children.

Our strong commitment to social justice and the environment provides opportunities for employees to participate in various programs.

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

For further information please view position description or contact Amanda Forde on 0428 864 392.

Applications Close: 03 August 2021

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