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Senior Coordinator Library Operations & Community Engagement

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Location
The Hills Shire Council, NSW

 

Senior Coordinator Library Operations & Community Engagement

REWARDING Career Opportunity at The Hills Shire Council

About the role:

Exciting opportunity for an innovative and experienced library professional who is passionate about libraries and the future direction and trends of library service delivery. You will be instrumental in the strategic development of the Library Service.

The Successful applicant will provide dynamic leadership and direction to the Library Customer Service, Operations and Community Engagement teams, ensuring delivery of high quality customer focussed Library and Council Services and programs, while delivering effective and efficient operational management of all Library Service points.

Duties include:

  • Seek out opportunities to improve processes and procedures for the delivery of services.

  • Plan resource allocation to ensure all service points are effectively and efficiently staffed.

  • Manage the development and implementation of training.

  • Oversee an innovative annual Promotions and Community Engagement Program.

  • Identify and develop solutions for complex issues and problems.

  • Resolve high level or escalated customer requests, enquiries and complaints.

  • Direct Customer Service as rostered including nights and weekends.

About you:

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Degree or post graduate qualification in Library & Information Studies or related discipline
  • Extensive experience in managing multiple customer focussed, high volume, library
  • branches and delivering high standard services.
  • Highly developed complex problem solving skills.
  • Proven experience building and leading a team in a multi-site, multi-tasking environment
  • Proven experience managing change
  • High level oral and written communication skills, ability to build relationships.

Working with us:

THSC employees enjoy: Performance Bonuses, Learning & Development Opportunities, Active Social Club, Variable Leave days, Proactive Wellbeing Initiatives, and Working for the Community.

Position details:

Permanent full-time role, S0982, Salary: From $100K + Superannuation

Next steps:

Please review the Position Description available via the job attachments within the advertisement and submit your application online at www.thehills.nsw.gov.au/Careers by 5pm on 24th August 2022. Please include a cover letter in your application that includes short (maximum 200 word) responses to the following questions.

  1. How do you inspire staff to provide great customer service?

  2. What is the best work initiative you have come up with and implemented in the last 6 months?

  3. What strategies would you put in place to ensure all service points are adequately staffed?

Employment will be subject to clearance on the following pre-employment checks: Psychometric Testing, Reference Checks, Identity Check, Drug and Alcohol Screening and Medical Check, and may also include a Criminal History and Working with Children Check.

The Hills Shire Council is committed to the principles of employment equity and diversity. We assess applications on merit and suitability related to the inherent requirements of the position. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.

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We're seeking individuals who embrace our values and can work collaboratively to deliver quality customer services and infrastructure to The Hills Shire community.

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Library Experience Coordinator

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Jody Rodas, Manager Woollahra Libraries
Contact Number
T: 02 9391 7106 during business hours
Location
Woollahra Council, NSW

 

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Library Experience Coordinator

Reference Number: S100-22-827 | Closing Date: 23-08-2022 | Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

  • Salary up to $113,348.98 p.a. + super + potential to earn additional market rate allowance up to $16,320 p.a.
  • Fully maintained private use motor vehicle
  • 35 hours per week + three weekly RDO
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About us

Woollahra is an area steeped in natural beauty and heritage appealing to residents, businesses and visitors who enjoy its many parks, waterfront locations and historic buildings.

We are offering much more than just one of Sydney’s best harbourside locations; we are offering an opportunity to take part in the transformation of our organisation.

About the role

Eager for an opportunity to come up with big ideas that impact the community? Woollahra Libraries’ success starts with its stellar team and we are looking for a customer-focused Library Experience Coordinator to join us.

As the Library Experience Coordinator, you will be responsible for the smooth day-to-day operations at our state-of-the-art libraries located in Double Bay, Paddington and Watsons Bay.

Working as part of our collaborative library team, your energy, positivity and experience will enable you to support our Customer Service team and Programs & Events team, as they provide exceptional services to the community that support diverse groups and foster lifelong learning. 

This fast-paced role will contribute to strategy development and delivery and champion a model of continuous service improvement.

About you

We are looking for an experienced leader with exceptional communication and change management skills who thrives in a busy and challenging environment.

You will be a high achiever with:

  • Completion of tertiary studies in Information Studies or Information and Knowledge Management or equivalent.
  • Extensive senior level experience in a library environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and highly developed understanding of organisational change management practices, particularly in managing complex projects and maintaining a positive team environment.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated understanding of best practice customer service and program delivery in a public library setting.
  • Extensive knowledge of current and emerging technologies and their applications to library functions, particularly in the provision of customer service.
  • Proven ability to manage resources effectively, including preparing and monitoring of budgets and best practice procurement processes.
  • Demonstrated experience in the supervision and leadership of staff, including the ability to work and lead projects across teams and as a leader of a high performance team.
  • Excellent negotiation and innovative problem solving skills.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and experience in strategic planning and policy development.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including report writing and social media experience.
  • Competency in all MS Office applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and Publisher.
  • Current Working with Children check.
  • Demonstrated understanding of EEO and WH&S.
  • Demonstrated ability to undertake the physical requirements of the position as outlined in Section 8 of the position description.

Desirable Criteria 

  • Current C class Drivers Licence.

How to apply

  • Apply online by clicking the link below.
  • You will be asked to demonstrate how you meet each of the selection criteria. Please click here to view the position requirements.
  • If you have a separate statement addressing the selection criteria, please upload it as a cover letter and simply refer to it in the online questionnaire.
  • You will be able to upload two documents only.
  • For information on applying for Council jobs, please refer to http://www.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/council/employment/recruitment_and_selection_process
  • For further information about the role, please contact Jody Rodas, Manager Woollahra Libraries on 02 9391 7106 during business hours

CLOSING DATE: 11:59pm Tuesday 23 August 2022

Woollahra Council is committed to responding to its responsibilities under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 in undertaking all measures that are reasonably practical to ensure the health and safety of all our workers. As of 1st December 2021, new employees must be fully vaccinated (minimum two doses) with an approved COVID-19 vaccine and provide evidence seven days prior to commencement.

Should an applicant indicate that they wish to seek an exemption on medical or other grounds, they will need to provide evidence of their circumstances such as an accepted certified medical contraindication.

Woollahra Council is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion.

We are committed to reconciliation and strongly encourage all applicants, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, young people, mature aged workers, LGBTIQ and other minority groups to apply.  

If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.

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(Library) Service Design & Engagement Assistant

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Luke McMaster – Service Design and Engagement Supervisor
Contact Number
02 9777 7926
Location
Willoughby City Council, NSW

 

(Library) Service Design & Engagement Assistant

  • Position Number:S100-22-084
  • Closing Date:21-08-2022 05:00 PM

Details:

  • Find something new to learn every day
  • Blend passion with your career
  • Bring your hands-on mindset and make real change
  • Chatswood CBD location, flexible work environment including RDOs

We currently have an exciting opportunity to join Willoughby City Council as a full time Service Design and Engagement Assistant at our Library.

About us

When you join Willoughby City Council you join a close-knit team with a big impact. We are dynamic, diverse and future-focused. We value team players who are willing to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. We serve the community and make it our job to make people’s lives better. It’s all in a day’s work.

You’ll have the freedom to grow in your career alongside like-minded people who will support you every step of the way. You’ll be part of our transformation as a council and shape the future for the residents of Willoughby. And you’ll do it all from a thriving hub in Chatswood, in the culturally-rich area we are so proud to call home.

About you

You’re still finding your feet in your career and you’re looking for an organisation where you can learn from the best. You want to make a difference, to add value and to enhance the lives of real people. You’ll get that - and more - at Willoughby City Council. We’re small enough to feel like a family but big enough to offer diverse opportunities and work environments. As a tightknit team, we take an active interest in your development. More than that, we lay it all on the table to teach you everything we know.

About the role

No two days are the same at Willoughby City Council. In our Community Culture and Leisure team, you’ll need a broad set of skills and an eagerness to learn. As a customer-facing team member, you’ll respect the diversity of our community and be committed to leaving things better than you found them. Collaboration is how we do things. We work together and always share our achievements. The work we do is important. And as a member of our team, you’ll wear that with pride.

This role sits within the Service Design?& Engagement?team, one of five library teams. The team’s purpose is to support the review of library services, programs and systems; develop innovative solutions; and to communicate to our community – creatively telling the story of the library, and keeping members and other stakeholders informed and connected. 

This creative role is an exciting opportunity to introduce you to public libraries and to use your design skills to:

  • Create content for the library app, website, social media and digital displays
  • Design promotions to attract audiences to programs and events
  • Engage diverse audiences across library communications
  • Support library teams by engaging with the community to shape library services

Required qualifications, skills and experience include:

  • HSC or equivalent
  • Demonstrated graphic design skills, graphic design software, and experience (1+ years)
  • Good communication skills –written, verbal and visual – for a variety of audiences and media 
  • Good technology ability - to share approved content across multiple channels and media
  • Demonstrated organisational, time management and prioritisation skills
  • Strong commitment and confidence to deliver quality customer service

Apply now:  to join us at Willoughby City Council where you can add value and be valued for the meaningful work you do.

When you work at Willoughby City Council, you get all the traditional benefits of working in local government. You have job stability and the flexibility to pursue work/life balance. You can work close to home in an organisation that makes a difference to your community. Check out our employee benefits on our careers page to see:

  • Where you can look after yourself and your loved ones
  • Where you can enhance your wellbeing
  • Where you can grow

https://www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au/Council/Working-with-us/Careers/Employee-benefits

Enquiries: Luke McMaster – Service Design and Engagement Supervisor –– 02 9777 7926

Applications must address all of the key responsibilities outlined in the Position Description.

Please note being fully vaccinated for Covid-19 is a requirement prior to commencement of employment with Willoughby City Council, except where a medical contraindication certificate is provided.

Shortlisted candidates may be required to have a Working with Children Check and undertake pre-employment screening including police and qualification checks.

Applications close: Sunday 21 August 2022

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Programs Library Officer - Local Studies

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Angela Phippen, Acting Senior Coordinator Library Programs
Contact Number
(02) 9953 8353
Location
City of Ryde Council, NSW

 

Programs Library Officer - Local Studies

Job No: COR1043 | Location: Ryde, NSW

  • Permanent part-time opportunity, 26 hours per week
  • Document, preserve and share cultural heritage
  • Join a collaborative and progressive team
  • Apply

About us

The City of Ryde was recognised as an Employer of Choice in the 2021 Australian Business Awards and is a progressive local Council possessing natural landscapes, beautiful parks and scenic waterways, all centrally located only 12 kilometres from the Sydney CBD.

The City of Ryde Libraries is comprised of five branches at Ryde, North Ryde, Eastwood, West Ryde and Gladesville as well as a significant online library. Our libraries are vibrant and welcoming places in the local community. City of Ryde Libraries continue to innovate and strengthen our services with an emphasis on exciting new developments and emerging technologies in public libraries.

About the role

The City of Ryde has an exciting opportunity for an innovative and customer focussed library professional to play a key role in the delivery and development of the City of Ryde Libraries local studies and family history collection.

In this newly created role, you will use your experience in and enthusiasm for family history and local history to help document, preserve and share City of Ryde’s rich cultural heritage with the community. As part of the Programs Team, you will have an opportunity to assist in the provision, delivery and promotion of programs and services related to Children and Young Adults, CALD, Seniors and Home Library Service clients.

On a personal level you will need a positive, high energy approach and enjoy engaging with the local community and have a passion for family history and/or local history.

Your commencing salary is negotiable in the range of $63,240-$71,145 per annum (pro rata) (plus superannuation) depending on your experience and qualifications.

This position is part time, 26 hours per week. It is mainly based at Ryde Library but required to also work at all library branch locations (West Ryde, Eastwood, North Ryde and Gladesville) including a fortnightly Saturday shift at a branch as the shift supervisor as well as occasional evening shifts.

Key responsibilities

  • Assist in the development and management of the Local Studies and Family History collections to ensure the highest level of information access and delivery to the Library’s customers
  • Provide training in the Local Studies collection and its services for library staff, City of Ryde staff and researchers from the community
  • Contribute to projects relating to the development of the Local Studies Collection and the provision of access to these collections
  • Provide excellent frontline customer service
  • Provide leadership for customer service shifts when assigned as shift supervisor

Key requirements

  • Tertiary degree in Library and Information Science recognised by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) or a discipline relatable to the duties of the position and a TAFE Diploma of Library and Information Science or equivalent library technician qualification recognised by ALIA
  • Experience in the delivery of local studies and family history library services
  • Experience in cataloguing, digitisation and database management of local history resources
  • Experience in supervision of library and staff for operational shifts
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • High level written communication skills
  • Knowledge of and enthusiasm for information technology and troubleshooting ability
  • Current driver’s licence
  • Current COVID vaccinations

Culture & Benefits

  • Annual performance reviews and Award increases
  • Opportunity to sign up as a fitness passport member
  • Various health & well-being initiatives (ie flu vaccinations, skin checks etc)
  • Generous uniform allowance

How to apply

Use our fast, easy to use on-line application process to apply today. In addition to answering the questions shown below, this position requires you to attach your Resume to complete the application process. Please note, you are not required to submit a cover letter or a statement addressing selection criteria.

If you would like to know more, please see the Position Description or phone (02) 9953 8353 and ask to speak to Angela Phippen, Acting Senior Coordinator Library Programs for a confidential discussion.

Closing date: Wednesday 24 August 2022 at 11.30 pm

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City of Ryde is committed to Equal Employment and Child Safety

Library Officer (re-advertised)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
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Location
Wentworth Shire Council, NSW

 

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Library Officer – R2022/31 (re-advertised)

Wentworth Shire, NSW

Permanent part time position (up to 46 hours per fortnight)

Closing 4:00pm Monday 22 August 2022

Do you enjoy working with people of all ages? Are you interested in knowledge and the world of literature? If you see yourself contributing to the services provided by our dynamic Library team, you could be the person we are seeking.

Wentworth Shire Council is seeking suitable and motivated individuals for the position of Library Officer.

The successful applicant will actively participate in the strategic and marketing plans of the Library, along with interacting with the wider community to maximise the potential reach of Library services.

Wentworth Shire Council offers a rewarding career with excellent working conditions and a positive team-focused culture.

Take this opportunity to join our committed team which strives to make a difference within the community.

The position is subject to the satisfactory completion of a three-month probation period and has a commencing salary of $30.1835 plus 10.5% superannuation per hour.

The successful applicant will be required to undergo a fit for work assessment along with a pre-employment drug and alcohol test.

Further information and how to apply can be found by contacting Glen Norris, Manager Human Resources on (03) 5027 5027.

Please read the Position Description and Guide To Applying for Wentworth Shire Council Positions below before submitting your application.

Position Description and Key Selection Criteria Library Officer (part time)

Guide to Applying for Wentworth Shire Council Positions

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Library and Reader Development Team Leader

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Shirley Bateman
Contact Number
shirley.bateman@melbourne.vic.gov.au
Location
City of Melbourne Council, VIC

 

Library and Reader Development Team Leader

  • Reference Number: 19003
  • Position: Library and Reader Development Team Leader
  • Employment Type: Permanent
  • Branch: Creative City
  • Location: North Melbourne Library, 66 Errol Street

Position Summary

$95,177 to 107,129 Salary plus 10% Superannuation 

Permanent


We are the City of Melbourne, a City of possibility and place to be bold and inspirational. 

We are rapidly transforming to meet the evolving challenges faced by a global city. With a vision of being a leading organisation for a leading capital city, our mission is to create positive impact for our community.  Each day, we work with passion and purpose so that together we achieve incredible things.

Together we Make the Difference 
 
How this position will Make the Difference to City of Melbourne…

  • Contribute to the City of Melbourne Libraries leadership team to develop and deliver a library service that leaves no one behind through leadership and continuous improvement.
  • Deliver key activities in the CoM Libraries Framework and Council plan in relevant areas of responsibility.
  • Provide leadership and guidance in reader development to ensure the delivery of high quality targeted services and resources that assist and inspire people to enjoy reading.
  • Engage the community with the library collections – print and digital.
  • Actively participate in the Library Leadership groups, including the Library Services Team, to develop policies and long term planning for the library service.
  • Manage a library branch, ensuring the creation of welcoming community spaces, occupational health and safety compliance, team development and customer service excellence.

What you will bring… (Selection criteria)

  • Ability to demonstrate and display City of Melbourne Values – accountability, integrity, courage, respect for self and others, and striving for excellence.
  • Eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
  • Proven ability to lead, develop and motivate a team.
  • Excellent knowledge of the role of reader development in public libraries.
  • Experience in managing a library branch.
  • Proven ability to develop and implement innovative library programs and collection promotions.
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively in cross functional teams and with professional organisations.
  • Excellent oral, written and presentation skills.
  • Ability to effectively deal with challenging situations to deliver optimal outcomes.


By joining us, you will become part of a remarkable team who work in a constructive and inclusive culture to shape the future of this city.  Together, we champion difference, celebrate achievement and recognise positive impact.

To view the position description and physical requirements of this position, please see Document\s above for Position Information

It is a mandatory requirement of the City Of Melbourne for all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19  

How to apply…

As part of the online application form you are required to answer the below questions:

  • attach your resume
  • respond to the selection criteria, in a separate document (no more than two pages), as listed above under ‘What you will bring…’

Please address your covering letter to Shirley Bateman

Applications will be accepted up until 11:45pm 21 August 2022.

For those interested in working with us, the City of Melbourne offers a great range of benefits.  If you have any questions, or for more information, please contact careers@melbourne.vic.gov.au

City of Melbourne conducts a safety screening process for all employees including a Police and Working with Children Check.  For information about the broader collection and use of personal information by the City of Melbourne, please refer to our Privacy Policy

City of Melbourne is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity. Our commitment is for our people to be safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best.  As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage applications from people regardless of their gender identity and expression, ethnicity, cultural background, sexual orientation, disability and age. We look for the right values, skills and knowledge to build our capabilities so that we can best deliver for our community.

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Contact Email: shirley.bateman@melbourne.vic.gov.au

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Children's and Programs Library Assistant

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Neil Chippendale Acting Manager, Community and Cultural Development
Contact Number
(02) 9847 6523
Location
Hornsby Shire Council, NSW

 

Children's and Programs Library Assistant

  • Reference Number: 2022-84
  • Closing Date: 22-08-2022
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

Salary: $2,040 to $2,270 per fortnight, plus 10.5% superannuation and a 9-day fortnight.

Appointed salary in this range will be based on skills, qualifications, and experience.

Are you studying for a career in librarianship and are interested in a full-time position in a busy public library? Join us and put your children’s and programming skills to work helping to support the specialist services across the library network.

About us

Hornsby Shire is located on Sydney's upper north shore, approximately 25 kilometres north of the CBD. Known as the ‘Bushland Shire’, our local government area is characterised by bushland comprising national park, major waterways, natural reserves and rural landscape. The rest of the Shire combines urban, rural and open spaces.

About the role

Your new role is an operational position that relies heavily on teamwork and the prioritisation of tasks according to customer need.

This position has the following major components:
• Provision of quality customer services
• Provision of efficient circulation services
• Support the delivery of specialist children’s and youth collections and services across the Library network
• Maintenance of collection and facilities
• Support of Library services and programs across the library network.

About you

Your new role requires you to be a team player and adaptable, as the position works across the Children’s and Events teams. We're seeking an enthusiastic flexible, customer-oriented person who has good communications skills. Current enrolment in an approved course in Library Studies is the minimum qualification for the position.

A Working with Children Check is required for this position.

Benefits of Working with Us!

We pride ourselves on having a fantastic culture with a genuine appreciation for work-life balance. Hornsby Council offers a range of benefits including;

  • Flexible working provisions/rostered days off
  • Employee Recognition and Rewards Scheme
  • Motor Vehicle Novated Leasing for staff
  • Access to a range of health and well-being programs including discounted gym and swim membership, Employee Assistance Program, Fitness Passport, free flu injections and more
  • Generous leave provisions including Long Service Leave after 5 years
  • Up to 18 weeks Parental Leave
  • Personal development benefits ranging from apprenticeships, career development, study assistance and training programs
  • An active social club with diverse activities

Please note that you must be double vaccinated to work in this position and to attend an interview.

For further information, please contact the Neil Chippendale Acting Manager, Community and Cultural Development on (02) 9847 6523.

Closing date: 22 August 2022 at 11.30pm

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Library Programs and Engagement Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Angela Phippen, Acting Senior Coordinator Library Programs
Contact Number
(02) 9953 8353
Location
City of Ryde Council, NSW

 

Library Programs and Engagement Officer

Job No: COR1044 | Location: Ryde, NSW

  • Permanent part-time opportunity, 26 hours per week
  • Assist in the delivery of the library’s innovative and community focussed programs
  • Join a collaborative and progressive team
  •  Apply Now

About us

The City of Ryde was recognised as an Employer of Choice in the 2021 Australian Business Awards and is a progressive local Council possessing natural landscapes, beautiful parks and scenic waterways, all centrally located only 12 kilometres from the Sydney CBD.

The City of Ryde Libraries is comprised of five branches at Ryde, North Ryde, Eastwood, West Ryde and Gladesville as well as a significant online library. Our libraries are vibrant and welcoming places in the local community. City of Ryde Libraries continue to innovate and strengthen our services with an emphasis on exciting new developments and emerging technologies in public libraries.

About the role

The City of Ryde has an exciting opportunity for an innovative and customer focussed library professional to play a key role in the delivery of the City of Ryde Libraries community and cultural programs.

In this dynamic, newly created role, you will use your experience to deliver a diverse suite of high-quality programs for our community. The primary focus of these programs will initially be for adults and seniors but may also include Children’s and Youth, CALD and Home Library Service customers. You will also assist in the maintenance of the Community Information Database and associated directories to ensure accuracy and high quality.

On a personal level you will need a positive, high energy approach and enjoy engaging with the local community.

Your commencing salary is negotiable in the range of $63,240-$71,145 per annum (pro rata) (plus superannuation) depending on your experience and qualifications.

This position is part time, 26 hours per week. Based at Ryde but required to also work at all library branch locations (West Ryde, Eastwood, North Ryde and Gladesville) including a fortnightly Saturday shift at a branch as shift supervisor and occasional evening shifts. 

Key responsibilities

  • Deliver and promote programs and activities suitable for a range of identified target groups, with a primary focus on adults and seniors programs
  • Deliver technology programs for the community to build digital literacy skills for current and emerging technologies
  • Deliver readers advisory programs
  • Assist in the maintenance of the Community Information Database and creation of Community Information Directories
  • Provide excellent frontline customer service
  • Provide leadership for customer service shifts when assigned as shift supervisor

Key requirements

  • Tertiary degree in Library and Information Science recognised by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) or a discipline relatable to the duties of the position and a TAFE Diploma of Library and Information Science or equivalent library technician qualification recognised by ALIA
  • Experience in the delivery and promotion of library or similar cultural programs and activities
  • Experience in the delivery of readers advisory services and programs
  • Experience in supervision of library and staff for operational shifts
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • High level written communication skills
  • Knowledge of and enthusiasm for information technology and troubleshooting ability
  • Current driver’s licence
  • Current COVID Vaccinations

Culture & Benefits

  • Annual performance reviews and Award increases
  • Opportunity to sign up as a fitness passport member
  • Various health & well-being initiatives (ie flu vaccinations, skin checks etc)
  • Generous uniform allowance

How to apply

  • Use our fast, easy to use on-line application process to apply today. In addition to answering the questions shown below, this position requires you to attach your resume to complete the application process. Please note, you are not required to submit a cover letter or statement addressing selection criteria.

If you would like to know more, please see the Position Description or phone (02) 9953 8353 and ask to speak to Angela Phippen, Acting Senior Coordinator Library Programs for a confidential discussion.

Closing date: Wednesday 24 August 2022 at 11.30 pm

 Apply Now

City of Ryde is committed to Equal Employment and Child Safety

Community and Digital Programs Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Alexis Adams - Library Services Manager
Contact Number
(07) 4783 9800
Location
Burdekin Shire Council, QLD

 

Community and Digital Programs Officer

Job Vacancy 22/39

Council is seeking applications for a Community and Digital Programs Officer to join our Library services team. Applications close Wednesday, 17 August 2022.

Council is seeking applications for a Community and Digital Programs Officer to join our Library services team.

About the role

In this role you will develop, plan, facilitate, deliver and promote innovative STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) related programs and other programs and activities to support digital literacy, lifelong learning and reader development.  Work with community services and other Council staff to achieve community development outcomes as adopted by Council.

Why work for us?

  • 9 day fortnight (72.5hrs fortnight)
  • Up to 12% Employer Superannuation with ability to salary sacrifice employee contribution
  • Fitness Passport Program
  • 5 weeks Annual Leave per year
  • Supportive and motivating team
  • Active Social Club
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Relaxed lifestyle, boating, fishing, sports facilities, private and public schooling options up to Grade 12, cultural venues and events and all of this situated in a thriving agricultural community only an hour away from Townsville or an hour and forty five minutes from the magical Whitsunday’s.

Applicants should familiarise themselves with the entire position description.

The applicable salary is to a ceiling of Level 4 ($84,704pa) with the commencing salary dependent upon the skills and experience of the successful applicant.

Application packages are available from the Human Resources Office on (07) 4783 9800 or you can download the application package using the following link.

DownloadApplication Package

Applications for 22/39 – Community and Digital Programs Officer should include:

  • A cover letter
  • A current resume
  • Statements addressing the selection criteria
  • Copies of relevant qualifications and licences

Applications can be submitted using one of the following methods (Word or PDF format is preferable):

Applications close on Wednesday, 17 August 2022 at 5.00pm. 

For further information about the role please contact Alexis Adams - Library Services Manager on (07) 4783 9800.

Published: 03/08/2022

Senior Library Services Officer – Local Studies

Closing Date
Contact Officer
David Cattell Coordinator Collections & Local Studies
Contact Number
(02) 42 277383
Location
Wollongong City Council , NSW

 

Senior Library Services Officer – Local Studies

  • Permanent Part Time – 14 hours per week
  • Salary: $75,417 up to $84,957 per annum plus superannuation
  • (Salary package will be assessed based on skills, experience and qualifications)
  • Recruitment Number: 22137
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At Wollongong City Council we have a steadfast commitment to creating an Extraordinary Wollongong. We are in an exciting period of transformation and focused on delivering exceptional services, infrastructure and facilities for our community

Our strength is the diversity of our people. Together our responsibility is to create an inclusive place where everyone is welcome, valued and belongs. We lead with courage, openness and curiosity. Our conversations and actions celebrate diversity, inclusion and belonging. Learn more about us here

About the position: 

Wollongong City Libraries (WCL) is a dynamic service of Wollongong City Council. It plays a core role in delivering on Council’s commitment to creating a community that is informed, engaged, creative and connected. Across our seven locations, we engage with and meet the needs of our diverse community to facilitate reading, lifelong learning, creativity, and inclusion.

This role supports the growth and preservation of the Local Studies collection, which encompasses a wide range of digital and physical assets that help tell the story of the Illawarra. 

Based at Wollongong Library, this role focuses on facilitating access to local studies material by creating descriptive meta data as well as researching and responding to Local Studies enquiries.

This position will work collaboratively, build networks and relationships across all teams and sites and work proactively to develop and deliver service outcomes with partners and stakeholders in the community.

You may be required to work at any of any of our seven libraries across the Wollongong Local Government Area, dependent on operational requirements.

Under Part 2, Section 6 of the Child Protection (Working With Children) Act 2012, this position has been designated as requiring a paid NSW Working With Children Check. Applicants are required to provide a NSW Working with Children Check application/clearance reference number to their application. 

What’s in it for you?

This is a genuine opportunity for you to use and expand your skills and experience by contributing to creating a community that is informed, engaged, creative and connected. You will broaden your understanding of the role Local Government plays in our community.

We are value-led, support and encourage personal and professional growth, recognise and reward performance and embrace change. We provide generous leave provisions, are committed to a safety (everyone, every day and everywhere) and make available wellbeing programs to support our staff to be at their best. 

Interested?

For this role, you are required to address each question outlined in the Selection Criteria Questionaire – Applicants who do not complete the template will not have their application assessed. To access the Selection Criteria Questionnaire, click HERE.

Applications close 11:59pm Monday 22 August 2022.

More information:

  • Click on the attachment below to view the Position Description.
  • Contact David Cattell Coordinator Collections & Local Studies on (02) 42 277383 for questions related to the job
  • Questions related to submitting your application online or our recruitment process, please contact the Attraction + Retention Team on (02) 4227 7065.

Final Notes:

  • We encourage applications from everyone regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, cultural background, faith, disability or gender identity. People with disability are encouraged to reach out so they can be supported  in recruitment processes and in the workplace, to enable them to demonstrate their skills and capabilities to meet the requirements of the job.
  • Wollongong Council adheres to the principles of a child safe organisation 
  • We are adhering to NSW Public Health Guidelines with regard to COVID19. As such this recruitment action will be conducted in line with current public health orders, for example online interviews. Currently there is also no mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement for this position. Should a public health order or relevant legislation require the position to comply to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, applicants will be required to comply.
  •  Applicants are required to undergo a rigorous employment screening process which will include Reference, Identity and Medical History Checks, and may also include a Criminal History and Working with Children Check. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks.  

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