Library and Museum Assistant – Customer Experience

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

 

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Library and Museum Assistant – Customer Experience 

  • Temporary 12 months 
  • Part Time – Minimum 45 hours per fortnight 
  • $55,993 - $67,845 pa pro rata 

With our new Library and Museum Hub soon to open, the City of Belmont is seeking a suitably experienced and passionate Library and Museum Assistant – Customer Experience, to assist in planning, developing and delivering exciting activities and programmes for our diverse community. 

Working Saturday and Sundays plus various shifts throughout the week, the ideal candidate for this temporary position will have exceptional customer service skills and relevant experience working within a library or similar environment. 

Key responsibilities of this position include: 

  • Assist with the planning, development and delivery of Library and Museum early childhood literacy programmes, youth and adult activities and educational programmes including outreach programmes and incursions as required. 
  • Ensure a high standard of frontline customer service is delivered to Library and Museum customers, and attend promptly to public enquiries relating to services and facilities offered in the Belmont Hub. 
  • Carry out circulation duties, including user registrations, loans, returns and shelving of library and museum materials. 

If you are a passionate team player who thrives on delivering engaging and innovative programs and activities to all members of the community and you meet the requirements of the attached Job Description, we would like to hear from you. 

Applications close Monday, 20 July 2020. 

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Branch Library Officer - Wentworth Falls (part-time)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Leisa Radford
Contact Number
(02) 4780 5953
Location
Blue Mountains City Council, NSW

 

Branch Library Officer - Wentworth Falls (part-time) - V20/4905
 

Position Description

Blue Mountains Library is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic individual to coordinate the day to day running of a small library branch, based primarily at Wentworth Falls. We are looking for an enthusiastic and customer-focused individual, self-motivated and able to work across a multi-team environment. An ability to work cooperatively as part of a team, excellent communication skills and flexibility within the work environment are essential. An ability to work quickly and accurately under pressure is also required. Eligible for membership of ALIA, a diploma qualification or equivalent is required. An awareness of WHS and EEO principles is required.

Hours consist of:

•    Mon 10.00am-5.15pm (6.25 hrs) 
•    Tue 9.30am-2.15pm (4.75 hrs)
•    Thu 10.00am-5.15pm (6.25 hrs)
•    Fri 9.30am-2.15pm (4.75 hrs)
•    Sat (alt.) 8.45am-12.15pm (3.5 hrs)

Week 1 = 22 hrs; Week 2 = 25.5 hrs; pro rata = 23.75 hrs

Salary:  commencing at $2331.06 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Leisa Radford on 4780 5953.
Closing date:  26 July 2020.

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Research Services Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Sarah Dean
Contact Number
(02) 4732 7777
Location
Penrith City Council, NSW

 

Research Services Librarian

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  • Job no: 492964
  • Work type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Penrith
  • Categories: Library Services
  • Salary: $78,850 to $91,272 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation

About the organisation

Are you looking for an exciting career in a place of limitless opportunity? The City of Penrith sits at the foot of the Blue Mountains, alongside the Nepean River, and is home to approximately 198,000 people. We employ approximately 1200 permanent, temporary and casual employees across a diverse range of fields and are committed to attracting and retaining the best people. We offer a diverse range of career paths with a strong commitment to training, education assistance, paid parental leave and flexible working arrangements.

About the team

The Penrith Library Service provides informational, educational and recreational, resources and services for residents and visitors through three branch libraries, a Home Library service, a Toy Library and On-line services. The library has a staff team of 60 and last year loaned out 600,000+ items. Resident surveys consistently show Penrith City Council libraries to be one of the City’s most popular services.

About the role

To contribute to an effective and efficient library service for the community of Penrith City Council through providing excellent customer service at Penrith Central Library and other branch libraries as rostered. To lead the Research Team in the effective acquisition, cataloguing, digitisation and promotion of the local history resources. To undertake and coordinate extended research requests from Council and the community as well as plan and develop guidelines and procedures related to the management and use of the specialist local area historical collections. To demonstrate and promote Council Values – Show Respect, Be Accountable, Encourage Innovation. This position reports to the Library Resources Supervisor.

Essential Criteria

  • Relevant degree qualifications with eligibility for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association, or equivalent
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience of local community history and heritage collections and services
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience of relevant databases, digital platforms and electronic resources
  • Strong project management and administrative skills with a proven ability to manage concurrent tasks and work to deadlines
  • Strong supervisory skills to manage a team with diverse responsibilities
  • Exceptional oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in successfully developing and presenting information sessions for both staff and the community
  • Current Class C Driver Licence

Desirable Criteria

  • Public library experience
  • Experience working with volunteers and community groups 

Commencing Salary: $78,850.00 per annum, plus 9.5% superannuation.

To submit your application, please apply online using the link below.

Intending applicants are required to submit a cover letter and resume before the closing date. In addition, applicants are required to provide comprehensive responses to the selection criteria. Applicants who do not meet the essential criteria will not be considered.

For further information about the position please contact Sarah Dean on (02) 4732 7777.

Please allow 4 weeks from the closing date for the processing of your application. 

Council practices EEO and WHS principles.

Position description

Advertised: 02 Jul 2020 AUS Eastern Standard Time
Applications close: 23 Jul 2020 AUS Eastern Standard Time

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Library eServices Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Customer Service Team
Contact Number
(07) 3205 0555.
Location
Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD

 

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Library eServices Officer

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  • Job Number: 496827
  • Division: Community & Environment
  • Employment Status: Max Term Full Time
  • Categories: Library Services
  • Term: Max Term Full Time 
  • Award/Level: Qld Local Government Industry Award (Stream A)- Level 4
  • Location: Library North Lakes 

Package:

  • $75,844 pa
  • 9 day fortnight
  • up to 12% superannuation
  • leave loading
  • 72.5 hour fortnight
  • 4 weeks annual leave

Please note: This is a maternity leave relief role and it is anticipated appointment will be until June 2021.

Moreton Bay Regional Council is Australia's third largest local government, conveniently located between the Brisbane CBD and the Sunshine Coast.

The Moreton Bay Region is a diverse area, spanning more than 2000 square kilometres and boasting everything from rural townships to urban centres, coastal villages and thriving business precincts – We've Got It All.

Moreton Bay Regional Council employs more than 1700 staff dedicated to servicing the needs and enhancing the lifestyle of more than 425,000 residents. With your skills, join council's team and help make a difference to one of South-East Queensland's fastest growing urban areas.  

The role

Your responsibilities will include designing, creating and uploading highly engaging, strategic social media content and campaigns, including reporting tangible results using key metrics. Along with collaborating with teams to drive brand awareness across social media and other eCommunication platforms to engage with the community. Providing highly effective customer support in a range of digital products.

Requirements

To be successful in this role you must possess a tertiary qualification in library and information science, information systems or other relevant field. You will have the ability to demonstrate experience and knowledge of communications, marketing and social media technologies, practices and procedures. You will have demonstrated experience in delivering interesting, engaging, and interactive content to achieve desired outcomes. Along with demonstrated understanding of project management principles, to enable effective contribution to the successful delivery of Library Systems and eServices projects.

Benefits

This role with Council offers excellent working conditions, generous employer funded superannuation benefits (up to 12%) and a 9 day fortnight in addition to four weeks paid annual leave per year.

Council’s work locations have local parking.

Work Location

Please note that whilst the current work location for this position is specified above, staff may be required to transfer to any of council's work locations with notice. Council currently has libraries located at Albany Creek, Arana Hills, Bribie Island, Burpengary, Caboolture, Deception Bay, North Lakes, Redcliffe, Strathpine, Woodford and a range of other facilities located throughout the region.

How to Apply

Click on the 'Apply' button below to complete your online application. Please upload your current resume that demonstrates how you meet the requirements of this role. Applicants will need to attach the following documents:

  • A current resumé or curriculum vitæ
  • A covering letter or expression of interest (maximum 2 pages) which details your suitability for the role.

Applications close: 5th July 2020 at 11:55pm

Role Description

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Further Information

To obtain further details please contact council's Customer Service Team, telephone (07) 3205 0555.

Advertised: 26 Jun 2020

Applications close: 05 Jul 2020 23:55

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Team Member Library E Services x 2

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Samantha Leung - Team Leader Library eServices
Contact Number
0436 334 497
Location
Canterbury-Bankstown Council , NSW

 

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Team Member Library E Services x 2

  • Permanent Full Time Opportunity
  • Salary starting from $61,050 p/a + 9.5% super
  • Canterbury/Bankstown Location

We currently have an exciting opportunity to join the Community and Cultural Services team at Canterbury-Bankstown Council as a Team Member Library eServices. There are 2 positions available. 

The purpose of this role is to develop, coordinate and deliver engaging and innovative digital library collections and services. To provide specialist knowledge and professional support regarding digital collections, online databases, social media applications and associated technologies.

The position is full time, 35 hours per week, working Monday to Friday with the possibility of requiring a minimum of two nights per week and rostered weekend work. Library staff are required to wear a uniform, which will be provided.

The starting salary for this role is $61, 050 pa plus 9.5% Super. 

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Assist with the development and implementation of strategies and plans regarding the Library’s eServices.
  • Actively collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to support the development, maintenance and efficient delivery of the Library's eCollections, online databases, social media and eTechnologies, including but not limited to, digital signage.
  • Develop and maintain a Library web presence which is interactive, utilises new and emerging technologies and improves access.
  • Regularly monitor online services to ensure continual access.
  • Participate in the evaluation, selection and implementation of eCollections and online databases.


*For a full list of responsibilities please refer to the Position Description (available under Document/s above)

Essential Criteria: 

  • Eligible for membership of Australian Library and Information Association or experience relevant to the duties stated below;
  • Demonstrated strong commitment to delivering quality customer service
  • Demonstrated high level skills and experience with eCollections, online databases, social media applications and associated technologies
  • Demonstrated awareness of changing trends and innovations in public library practice in relation to social media and digital engagement
  • Proven ability to identify, evaluate, recommend and implement new digital technologies
  • Ability to effectively monitor systems and processes to ensure continuous access
  • 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 design, develop and deliver high quality training programs to staff with different skill levels and from diverse backgrounds; conduct training needs analysis and evaluation
  • 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.
  • Experience/knowledge of legal compliance responsibilities with eResources


What’s in it for you?

  • Permanent Full Time Opportunity 
  • Located in the City of Canterbury Bankstown
  • Flexible work practices (Available from October 2020) 
  • Access to health and wellbeing programs 
  • Access to further training and development
  • Work for an award-winning organisation that will truly value your input


How to apply:

Applications must be submitted online by clicking the 'Apply' button below and creating a login using your email address. Please provide a current CV and a covering letter addressing each of the Essential Criteria listed above.

Applications close at 11:59pm, Sunday 12th July, 2020

For more information, please contact Samantha Leung - Team Leader Library eServices on 0436 334 497

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.

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

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Technical Specialist E Marketing

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Samantha Leung - Team Leader Library eServices
Contact Number
0436 334 497
Location
Canterbury-Bankstown Council, NSW

 

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Technical Specialist E Marketing

  • Permanent Full Time Opportunity
  • Salary starting from $70,300 p/a + 9.5% super
  • Canterbury/Bankstown Location

We currently have a rare and exciting opportunity to join the Community and Cultural Services team at Canterbury-Bankstown Council as a Technical Specialist-Library eMarketing. This is your chance to bring your Digital Marketing skills to the table. 

The purpose of this role is to develop and coordinate eMarketing, facilitate effective online promotions of library collections, programs and services to drive visitation, participation and membership at all 9 Canterbury-Bankstown Library branches.

The position is full time, 35 hours per week, working Monday to Friday with the possibility of requiring a minimum of two nights per week and rostered weekend work. Library staff are required to wear a uniform, which will be provided.

The starting salary for this role is $70,300 p/a plus 9.5% Super. 

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Plan, organise, implement and evaluate eMarketing strategies for the Canterbury-Bankstown Library Service, including but not limited to; social media presence, website, enewsletters, emails, online education and online forums/chat groups
  • Develop and regularly update the Library website in collaboration with relevant stakeholders to ensure effective online discovery and access 
  • Regularly manage the provision of information content for social media applications 
  • Monitor and up-date the Library's web presence to ensure content remains relevant, accurate and user-focused 
  • Positively and proactively collaborate with the Team Leader eServices, Coordinator Programs and Partnerships, Coordinator Branch Libraries and Council's Corporate Communications to promote library products, programs and services


*For a full list of responsibilities please refer to the Position Description (under Document/s above)

Essential Criteria: 

  • Tertiary qualifications relevant to the position or extensive hands-on experience in an eMarketing digital environment.
  • Experience in successfully developing, implementing and evaluating online marketing strategies and campaigns that focus on improving the accessibility and relevance of information and services to the community.
  • Demonstrated experience within marketing application and social media marketing software.
  • Experience with online analytics tools to determine effectiveness of marketing and where best to focus effort. 
  • Excellent project management skills with a proven ability to manage concurrent tasks and work to deadlines. 
  • Exceptional oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, including high level English skills. 
  • Excellent computer skills in using Microsoft applications such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. 
  • Demonstrated commitment to quality customer service through continuous improvement strategies 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively with team members and library staff


What’s in it for you?

  • Permanent Full Time Opportunity 
  • Located in the City of Canterbury Bankstown
  • Flexible work practices (Available from October 2020) 
  • Access to health and wellbeing programs 
  • Access to further training and development
  • Work for an award-winning organisation that will truly value your input


How to apply:

Applications must be submitted online by clicking the 'Apply' button below and creating a login using your email address. Please provide a current CV and a covering letter addressing each of the Essential Criteria listed above.

Applications close at 11:59pm, Sunday 12th July, 2020

For more information, please contact Samantha Leung - Team Leader Library eServices on 0436 334 497

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.

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

Please follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/city-of-canterbury-bankstown

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Word for Word Festival Administrator

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
Geelong Regional Library Corporation, VIC

 

Word for Word Festival Administrator

6 month fixed term - Part-time (0.6)
$61,790 to $66,717 per annum plus super (Pro Rata)

The Geelong Regional Library Corporation delivers world-class lifelong learning events and cultural programs. The Word for Word National Non-Fiction Festival is a unique annual literary event showcasing non-fiction writing and ideas, featuring world-renowned writers, dynamic panel discussions and “in conversation” sessions. In 2020, Word for Word Festival will embark on an exciting new online program that will ensure the accessibility of Australia’s only major literary event dedicated exclusively to non-fiction.
We are looking for an experienced administrator to support the Director, Word for Word Festival to ensure the successful delivery of a high quality, community-focused, accessible event. You will provide excellent administrative expertise, while also being able to build and foster relationships with sponsors, presenters and internal and external stakeholders.

You will be responsible for, but not limited to;

  • Prioritise own workload to ensure appropriate administrative support is provided to the Festival Director and other festival team members as required
  • Prepare and send all booking confirmations and presenter itineraries
  • Assist the Festival Director with financial and invoice related administration and budget requirements
  • Upload session content to ticketing website
  • Make minor corrections or changes to Festival website as required
  • Take and prepare minutes of Festival committee meetings for distribution
  • Attend and support Word for Word Festival sessions as required
  • Assist in the coordination of virtual (online) events including involvement with attendees and participants
  • Liaise closely with the Coordinator, Events and Production to assist in the delivery of the logistical requirements of the festival

Applications must include a cover letter, current resume and statement addressing the key selection criteria.  Please note, applications which do not address the key selection criteria outlined in the Position Description, cannot be considered. 


Applications close Midnight, 12 July 2020.

 

Coordinator Library Services

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Manager Customer and Technology, Kristin Twomey
Contact Number
02 6941 2568 or ktwomey@svc.nsw.gov.au
Location
Snowy Valleys Council, NSW

 

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Coordinator Library Services

  • Reference Number: LIB001
  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Package ranging from $3,047.05 to $3,429.60 per fortnight (gross) plus 9.5% superannuation depending on skills, experience and education. Council also offers flexible working conditions and generous leave provisions.
  • Position Description: LIB001_PD_Coordinator-Library-Services.pdf(PDF, 207KB)

An opportunity exists to join Councils Customer and Technology team on a full time basis. As a Coordinator Library Services, you will lead, improve and guide the work of the team and collaborate as a member of the Leadership Group in delivering Council’s Operational Plan.

Key components of this position will include:

  • Coordinate work plans to meet community needs and organisational priorities now and into the future.
  • Monitor, review and report on goals and performance measures that link community needs and organisational priorities to service delivery.
  • Coordinate financial, human and physical resources to enable service delivery.
  • Deliver the services of the portfolio in accordance with legislation, adopted strategies and plans to meet community needs and organisational priorities.
  • Guide the portfolio’s contribution and performance to enhance service quality, accessibility and responsiveness.
  • Inform, advise and guide the utilisation of library resources, technology and in-person engagement to support the continuous improvement of service delivery through expanding channels across the council.
  • Promote information sharing and knowledge transfer to drive evidence-based decision-making, enhance capability and optimise capacity.

The successful applicant will be located at the Tumut Library, with travel to other locations as required. Prior experience or a Tertiary qualification in Library and Information Science is essential.

SALARY
Salary will be paid in accordance with the Snowy Valleys Council Salary System at Grade 11 ranging from $3,047.05 to $3,429.60 per fortnight (gross) plus 9.5% superannuation depending on skills, experience and education.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply please address the Essential and Desirable Criteria noted in the attached Position Description, provide a Cover letter explaining your interest in the role and current Resume/CV.  Please email this information to hrcorp@svc.nsw.gov.au.

CLOSING DATE

Friday 10 July at 5.00pm

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information about this position, please contact the Manager Customer and Technology on 02 6941 2568 or ktwomey@svc.nsw.gov.au

Snowy Valleys Council is an EEO employer and ensures the absence of discrimination in employment. Council has a No Smoking in the Workplace Policy and operates a Drug and Alcohol testing program.

Libraries Collections Team Leader

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Pam Giumarra OR Christine McAllister
Contact Number
(03) 9249 4170 OR (03) 9246 4285
Location
Brimbank City Council, VIC

 

Libraries Collections Team Leader

  • Reference Number:15250
  • Employment Status: Permanent Full Time
  • DirectorateComm Learn/Participation
  • Location: Brimbank Community & Civic Centre, 301 Hampshire Road, Sunshine
  • BandBand 7
  • Salary: $95,418.17 to $106,158.83 pa with a 9 day Fortnight
  • Hours: 35.00

Position Summary

Brimbank Libraries provide inclusive, accessible and welcoming spaces for people to learn, create, socialise, and share ideas and resources.

Are you ready to be part of our dynamic and responsive team contributing to the ongoing vision of Brimbank Libraries?

The opportunity

Bring your passion for library collections and be part of the progressive library team at Brimbank to provide residents, workers and visitors with access to a relevant and engaging range of material.

This exciting opportunity exists for a motivated professional with strong leadership and strategic thinking skills, and a collaborative and inclusive approach.

Reporting to the Senior Library Unit Coordinator, this position holds responsibility for managing all aspects of the library collection, including: contracts, budgets, workflows, promotion and managing the Collections Team. You will develop initiatives that maximise collections’ utilisation and report on the performance of all collections against agreed targets.

About You

To succeed in this position, you will have a community first approach with:

  • A tertiary qualification acceptable for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), together with extensive experience in leadership
  • A strong knowledge of contemporary collection development practices and proven experience and high level analytical and conceptual capability
  • Sound business acumen with demonstrated financial management skills, including contract management and budget preparation and management
  • Highly developed project management skills, with demonstrated ability to plan, implement, manage and deliver improvement  in processes, procedures and policies;
  • Great leadership skills with the ability to develop and motivate a team in an environment of continuous improvement
  • Demonstrated understanding of reader development principles, and proven ability to work strategically to meet and exceed the expectations of library customers and
  • Demonstrated understanding of marketing and promotion principles in relation to collections.

Applicants must provide a covering letter, resume and a response to the key selection criteria that are listed on the last page of the position description. All successful candidates must have a working with Children Check and undertake a Police check.

Brimbank City Council embraces our diverse community and work environment and encourages applications from everyone including people of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander background, people of diverse sexual orientation and gender, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people of varied age, ability, and faith. Council will give due consideration to any workplace adjustments to accommodate the needs of any prospective or existing staff member

Selection Criteria

  • Essential: Do you have a tertiary qualification acceptable for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)?
  • Essential: Do you have a strong knowledge of contemporary collection development practices and proven experience and high level analytical and conceptual capability?
  • Essential: Do you have sound business acumen with demonstrated financial management skills, including contract management and budget preparation and management?
  • Essential: Do you have great leadership skills with the ability to develop and motivate a team in an environment of continuous improvement?
  1. Contact Person: Pam Giumarra | Contact Number: (03) 9249 4170
  2. Alternate Contact Person: Christine McAllister | Alternate Contact Number: (03) 9246 4285

Closing Date13/07/2020

Position Description: available above under Document/s

Application Guide: click here to view

Recruitment Tips Guide: PDF attachment

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Library and Museum Officer - Archivist

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

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Library and Museum Officer - Archivist

  • Temporary 12 months
  • Part Time – Minimum 65 hours per fortnight
  • $69,861 - $74,105 pa pro rata
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The City of Belmont is seeking a suitably experienced and passionate Library and Museum Officer – Archivist, for our newly built modern community hub, to assist in the retention and management of the City’s Local Studies ephemera and archival collections.

Working Saturday and Sundays plus various shifts throughout the week, the ideal candidate for this position will have knowledge and understanding of information or archival management systems and previous relevant experience working in an Archival, Museum or Library facility with a good understanding of museums and public libraries.

Key responsibilities of this position include:

  • Collecting, accessioning, preserving, documenting and storing archival and historical materials, in accordance with required standards and practices.

  • Assist with the development of guidelines, policies and procedures in accordance with legislative, organisational record keeping obligations and industry standards.

  • Review and maintain cataloguing processes relating to the City’s Local History ephemera and archival collections to the appropriate standard.

  • Undertake search and retrieval action on archival information for internal and external customers as required.

  • Supervision of the Library and Museum Hub - Customer Engagement team members on Sundays, or other staff as required.

    If this is you and you have the required skills, experience and knowledge outlined in our Job Description (download a copy above under Document/s), we would welcome your application.

Applications close Monday, 13 July 2020.

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