Library Services Officer - Romsey
Would you like to join the team at the Romsey Library? Are you:
- Passionate about early years literacy and able to plan and run story time sessions or other programs?
- Digitally literate?
- Experienced in working with diverse ages, groups and communities?
- Skilled in customer service?
This position will work as part of a team across the full range of library services including day to day operations, program delivery, community relations, collection access and information services.
The role is ongoing, 0.48 EFT (33.74 hours per fortnight), Band 4 ($59,659 - $64,318 per annum,
pro rata) which we are looking to fill via a job share arrangement. Work hours will be rostered across library opening hours which will include some Saturdays.
A current Working with Children Check is essential. To download the Position Description, click here. If you would like to discuss the position further please contact Trish Gauci, Romsey Library Manager on (03) 5429 3086. Please leave your name and contact number and your call will be returned. Alternatively, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, go to seek.com.au click APPLY, and upload your application. Your application will not be considered without the following three documents:
- covering letter – including your availability
- one-page statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria
Please note that SEEK only allows two uploads so you will need to combine your documents into a maximum of two files.
Applications must be received before 4pm, Monday 19 October 2020
The Goldfields Libraries services the Council areas of Greater Bendigo, Mount Alexander, Macedon Ranges and Loddon. We serve a population of almost 180,000 people with the eLibrary, 9 libraries, and 8 library agencies. Our Corporation is privileged to be serving these diverse communities across 13,000km2 of Central Victoria.
Our staff strive to engage with and empower our communities with the services and programs we provide. We take pride in upholding excellence in customer service, and the quality and relevance of the services we deliver. Our workplace encourages; innovation, continuous improvement and learning, respect and fairness, and we strive to work collaboratively and cohesively. Building and fostering a dynamic team is at the forefront of our goals.
The GLC is a child safe organisation and has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse, and may require a Working with Children Check in addition to other pre-employment checks and testing.