Library Mobile Services Coordinator

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

 

Library Mobile Services Coordinator

Job No: 132874 | Location: Moree

  • Exciting opportunity for a highly organised, customer-centric individual
  • Join a supportive Local Council recognised as an 'Employer of Choice'
  • Salary circa $53,544.40 - $57,579.60 PLUS super PLUS additional benefits including salary sacrificing options, uniform allowance and regular RDOs!

About the Opportunity

Moree Plains Shire Council now has a newly created opportunity for a Library Mobile Services Coordinator to join their Community Library team in Moree, Northern NSW, approximately 1.5 hours drive from the Queensland border. 

Reporting to the Moree Library Coordinator, you will primarily be responsible for coordinating a mobile service that delivers general customer and library services and delivering programs and associated activities to support key areas of the council.

This is a permanent, full-time position working 35 hours per week, 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday, driving the new council van approx. 20 hours/3 days a week.

More specifically, your day-to-day responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to):

  • Participate in day to day activities of the library including: circulation services, shelving
  • Provide library circulation services to customers of the mobile service
  • Process information requests and payments from customers and forward queries to relevant MPSC team members
  • Coordinate the maintenance, presentation and rotation of library stock for the mobile service
  • Provide customers with basic education & assistance in using online catalogue, databases and other resources available
  • Develop and support programs and initiatives that foster social inclusion for users of the Mobile Service
  • Cooperate with Council to assist the organisation comply with the obligations under the Workplace Health & Safety Act and the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998
  • Undertake other relevant duties as directed, consistent with the employee’s skill, competence and training

To read the full position description, click here.

About You

To be considered for this role, you will ideally possess a Certificate IV in Library and Information Services and have demonstrated experience in a customer service role. Other relevant qualifications and experience, such as delivering programs and events, will also be highly regarded.

You will need to be an enthusiastic and highly organised worker with fantastic customer services skills. Your ability to adapt and maintain flexibility in an environment of continuous change, will be essential to your success in the role.

As you will be delivering various programs and presentations, you will need to be confident in your ability to present and communicate key information in a way that is easily comprehendible for audiences of varying knowledge and abilities. You must demonstrate highly developed customer service skills and be a strong communicator who is able to engage effectively with a diverse group of stakeholders, including children.

Please note: You will be required to obtain a valid class 'C' Australian driver's licence and a Working with Children Check prior to commencing employment.

About the Benefits

In return for your hard work and dedication, the successful candidate will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration circa $53,544.40 - $57,579.60 plus supernegotiable based on your qualifications and experience.

You will also gain access to an outstanding range of additional benefits, including:

  • 9.5% superannuation;
  • A rostered day off every 3 weeks;
  • Salary sacrificing options; and
  • Uniform allowance.

About the Organisation

Moree Plains Shire Council’s mission is to lead the way in fostering a healthy, positive and well-resourced community. Council is recognised as an Employer Of Choice and is committed to providing employees with a happy and healthy working life experience in order to foster a productive workforce.

Ideally nestled on the New South Wales and Queensland border, Moree is a town rich in culture, heritage, agriculture and natural assets with each component intertwining to define the characteristics of both the town and the community. With an old-world ambience, it offers a fantastic family-friendly lifestyle, affordable housing and plenty of infrastructure including cafes, restaurants, art galleries and more.

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Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Alison Mudgway- Coordinator Library Services
Contact Number
08 9364 0124
Location
City of Melville, WA
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Librarian

  • Organisational Unit: Community Development
  • Tenure: Permanent, Part Time
  • Location: City of Melville
  • Closing: 5 March 2021

Permanent, part time (19 hours per week), opportunity from $65,590-$78,007 per annum pro rata dependent on skills and experience (maximum salary of $85,417 including superannuation per annum pro rata).

We are seeking a talented individual to provide support to the City's libraries promoting and delivering a range of services that contribute to literacy and lifelong learning within the community.

The City of Melville has a bold vision for a more Creative Melville, one that will support and stimulate cultural life across our City. We want to realise our potential, strengthen our collection identity and empower our community through arts, programming, learning, information and creativity.

We are seeking people that are ready to advance this vision and help position Melville as a creative and cultural hub and take our services to an entirely new dynamic realm.

If this inspires you then we want your application.

To be successful in this role you will possess:

  • Demonstrated experience in a library environment
  • Exceptional customer experience skills
  • Demonstrated experience in the organisation, facilitation and delivery of programs
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of library related technology and digital resources 

Essential and qualifications of the role:

  • Bachelors degree in Librarianship
  • Current Working With Children's Check
  • Eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association 

How to apply, please submit the following:

  • Cover letter (no more than 1 page)
  • Current comprehensive resume
  • Copies of essential qualifications listed above 

We embrace diversity and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.

For further information, please contact: Alison Mudgway- Coordinator Library Services- 08 9364 0124

Applications Close: 4.00pm, Friday 5 March 2021. The City of Melville reserves the right to rescind/close the advertisement prior to this date. 

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Library Assistant

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
Rockhampton Regional Libraries, QLD

 

Library Assistant

  • Casual
  • Monday to Friday, Supportive Work/Life Balance
  • $65,544 - $70,089 pro rata (LGIA Stream A Level 2) + Superannuation
  • Location – Various 

Your new role 

Rockhampton Regional Libraries are looking for an energetic and customer focused Casual Library Assistant who knows what it means to work in a modern library. 

You will be enthusiastic and have great people skills while being responsible for providing quality customer service to diverse members of the community. You may work across a range of library areas in Client and Collection Services including circulation, technology assistance, processing, Home Delivery and shelving.

This position requires the completion of a satisfactory Criminal History Check - Police Certificate (Australia Wide Name Only Police Check).

What we are looking for

  • Ability to work weekend and school holiday shifts across the any of our four libraries in the Rockhampton Region.
  • Highly effective communication skills to relate to children, teenagers, adults and seniors.
  • Passion for providing excellent customer service to the community.
  • An interest in public libraries, digital technologies, and a commitment to promoting reading literacy and lifelong learning.
  • Ability to undertake physical work that involves regular and repetitive movements.

What you'll get in return

As an employee of Rockhampton Regional Council, you will join a diverse and innovative team of more than 900 employees supported by good leadership, who proudly deliver services and make a difference to the lives of people living and working within the region.

  • Supportive Work/Life Balance
  • A large employer with a strong values driven culture
  • A generous superannuation scheme – Up to 18% superannuation (conditions apply)
  • Ongoing training and development opportunities
  • Corporate membership discounts
  • Payroll deductions and salary sacrifice options
  • Wages paid fortnightly
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Fitness Passport and active social clubs

What you need to do next

To apply for this opportunity, please submit two documents:

1.     A 2-3 page Cover Letter addressing the Application Criteria below;

2.     Your Current resume.

Application Criteria

  • Passion for libraries with a commitment to promoting a positive image of Library Services and encourage increased Library usage.
  • Interest in new and emerging technologies, their promotion and application in libraries, with a willingness to learn and support clients with their use.
  • Customer focus attributes including the ability to respond promptly and courteously to a diverse range of customers and service needs with a knowledge of library services, products, collections and self-service.
  • Ability to work in a team environment and display a positive attitude as well as a willingness to be flexible with work locations and tasks. 

Please use Council’s cover letter template and ensure you clearly label each Application Criteria in your cover letter.

Click the ‘Apply Now’ button to complete your online application.

Applications Close: Monday 15 March 2021 at Midnight (AEST)

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Team Leader, Resources Librarian (Ongoing)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Julie Parkhouse
Contact Number
(02) 6285 6127 or (02) 6285 6215
Location
Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, NSW

 

Team Leader, Resources Librarian (Ongoing)

Applications closing on 15 March 2021, 09:00 AM

The Community and Education branch is looking for an experienced and qualified person to undertake the duties of the full-time Team Leader, Resources Librarian.

This position is required to manage and maintain library IT systems such as the Library management system (Libero), RFID, public Wifi and provide public PC access. Extensive knowledge of computers and Library software will be essential in this role. 

The successful candidate will also manage collections and resources, including acquisitions, cataloguing and collection maintenance. A key focus will be mentoring and leading library staff to provide a high level of customer service in three branches located in the communities of Queanbeyan, Braidwood and Bungendore. The role will also coordinate the Home Library Service and Mobile Service within the Queanbeyan-Palerang region. 

Contact Officers 

Julie Parkhouse on (02) 6285 6127 or Adelaide Nye on (02) 6285 6215

How to apply

Your application must include:

  • Resume including contact details of at least two referees.  Referees can be from paid, voluntary or work experience; the referee should be able to comment on your work related attributes
  • Cover Letter
  • Statement of your claims for the role against the Functional Capabilities. Applicants that do not address the functional capabilities may not be considered for the position
  • Drivers License or a form of ID
  • Copies of supporting documentation

Click here to access the Application Pack(PDF, 215KB)

Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from multicultural and Aboriginal people. Council employees enjoy free parking, a dynamic, safe and healthy workplace, smoke, alcohol and drug free working environment. Council has in place a Sustainability Policy and is committed and working towards achieving sustainability outcomes (environmental, social, financial and governance) in all our operations and activities.

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Library Assistant

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Cheryl Mechkaroff (HR Coordinator)
Contact Number
03 5833 3300 or email: Cheryl.Mechkaroff@gvgs.vic.edu.au
Location
Goulburn Valley Grammar School, VIC

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Library Assistant

  • Location: Goulburn Valley Grammar School, VIC
  • Tenure: Full-time position
  • Contact:  Cheryl Mechkaroff - HR Coordinator
  • Phone: 03 5833 3300
  • Email: Cheryl.Mechkaroff@gvgs.vic.edu.au

Goulburn Valley Grammar School is seeking candidates who possess excellent communication skills and have a genuine interest in supporting student learning

Requirements

Essential:

  • Capacity and enthusiasm to provide assistance to students from Years 5-12, and the teaching staff
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A genuine commitment to continuous professional growth
  • Must have current WWC check or VIT registration

Highly desirable:

  • Previous library experience
  • Certificate in Library and Information Services or a willingness to complete suitable training

For further information and to apply please go to our website www.gvgs.vic.edu.au

Applications close 5.00 PM Monday 15 March 2021

Digital and IT Officer

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Peter Huynh, Information Technology Team Leader
Contact Number
E: Peter.Huynh@yarracity.vic.gov.au
Location
City of Yarra, VIC

 

Digital and IT Officer

  • Job no: 494697
  • Work type: Part time
  • Location: Melbourne
  • Categories: Community, Information Technology, Services

Digital and IT Support Officer

  • Part-Time Temporary
  • Thursday and Friday -14 hours per week (March 2021 -  18 February 2022) 
  • Band 4A $65,449.56 + Super

Yarra Libraries is looking for an enthusiastic, customer-focussed individual to join the Library Technology Team and play an active role in the delivery of day to day IT/Digital Support.

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Proven experience in troubleshooting hardware, software and network related issues in a complex multi-site ICT environment
  • Knowledge in digital technologies
  • Confidence in providing support and training to colleagues and library customers
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Demonstrated customer service experience 
  • Commitment to working collaboratively and in a supportive team environment.

Yarra Council is a dynamic and progressive organisation. We pride ourselves on our inclusive culture and aim to make a positive impact in
the lives of our staff and our community.

For further information contact Peter Huynh, Information Technology Team Leader at Peter.Huynh@yarracity.vic.gov.au or see the Position Description below.

Position Description:  Digital and IT Support Officer - Band 4 - Position Description.pdf

Applications close at 11.55 pm on 8 March 2021.

In your application, the selection panel will assess your CV against the technical skills, abilities, and qualifications of the Position Description as well as your separate responses to the Key Selection Criteria.

*This position is subject to satisfactory (Police Check, Working with Children Check, and a pre-employment medical assessment) prior to commencement. Pre-employment checks are not used by Yarra City Council to prevent any applicant from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits.

Yarra City Council is committed to being a child safe organisation and supports flexible and accessible working arrangements for all. This includes people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer. We draw pride and strength from our diversity, remain open to new approaches and actively foster an inclusive workplace that celebrates the contribution made by all our people.

Advertised: 24 Feb 2021 AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Applications close: 08 Mar 2021 AUS Eastern Daylight Time

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Customer Experience Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Sue Flett, Cranbourne Library Branch Manager or Melissa Martin, General Manager Organisational Development
Contact Number
0437 307 434 or 0409 230 264
Location
Casey Cardinia Libraries, VIC

 

Customer Experience Librarian

Cranbourne and Bunjil Place Libraries

Casey Cardinia Libraries are seeking an experienced Customer Experience Librarian for Cranbourne & Bunjil Place Libraries.

  • Part time, 21 hours per week
  • Band 5
  • Parental Leave backfill – 14 month contract March 2021- May 2022
  • Salary range between $40.2479 – $46.8052 per hour + super
  • Excellent opportunity for secondment

As part of the Leadership Team at Cranbourne and Bunjil Place Libraries you will assist with staffing, collections, adult programs, Information Services and facilities to help ensure that Cranbourne Library and Bunjil Place Library provides outstanding visitor experiences and build capacity in our communities.

This is a contract, part-time position at a Band 5 level (21 hours per week). It includes one evening shift per week, one Saturday shift in four weeks and one Sunday shift in eight weeks.

To be successful within this role, you will need to have:

  • A strong commitment to upholding CCL Values and supporting behaviours
  • Proven experience providing positive leadership in a team-based environment
  • Deliver innovative and customer focused service consistent with CCL vision, values and objectives
  • Participate in the assessment, implementation and management of technology needs in the branch
  • Active training and support to other staff and community members
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience managing library collections
  • The ability to foster partnerships with external organisations that extend the profile, brand and service reach for CCL beyond the four walls of the branch
  • Library qualifications conferring eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library & Information Association or lesser formal qualifications with relevant work skills & experience commensurate with the requirements of the work required

For further information please contact:

Sue Flett, Cranbourne Library Branch Manager on 0437 307 434 or Melissa Martin, General Manager Organisational Development on 0409 230 264.

Applications can be addressed to Melissa Martin and must include an application letter, supply a current resume and address the key selection criteria in the position description.

Applications close at 3 pm on Wednesday 10th March 2021.

Email applications directly to employment@cclc.vic.gov.au

Interviews will be held on Monday 15th March 2021.

Children and Youth Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Cenza Fulco, Community Engagement Coordinator or Melissa Martin, General Manager Organisational Development
Contact Number
0439 242 352 or 0409 230 264
Location
Casey Cardinia Libraries, VIC

 

Children and Youth Librarian

Cranbourne Library

Casey Cardinia Libraries is seeking an experienced Children and Youth Librarian for Cranbourne Library.

  • Full time, 35 hours per week
  • Band 5
  • Parental Leave backfill – 12 month contract March 2021- April 15 2022
  • Salary range between $73,251 – $85,185 + super
  • Excellent opportunity for secondment

As part of the Cranbourne team you will provide leadership, ensure that CCL provides outstanding visitor experiences and build capacity in our communities inside the library, online and outside the four walls.

You will manage the youth collection, children and youth programs at Cranbourne Library and foster relationships throughout the community, providing an outreach service to local schools, kindergartens and maternal child health centres.

This is a contract, full-time position at a Band 5 level (35 hours per week). It includes one evening shift per week, one Saturday shift in four weeks and one Sunday shift in eight weeks.

To be successful within this role you will need to have:

  • A strong commitment to upholding CCL Values and supporting behaviours
  • Proven experience providing positive leadership in a team-based environment
  • Demonstrated experience in delivering programs to 0 to 18 years
  • Knowledge of children’s literature, language and literacy development
  • Deliver innovative and customer focused service consistent with CCL vision, values and objectives
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience managing library collections
  • The ability to foster partnerships with external organisations that extend the profile, brand and service reach for CCL beyond the four walls of the branch
  • Library qualifications conferring eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library & Information Association or lesser formal qualifications with relevant work skills & experience commensurate with the requirements of the work required

For further information please contact:

Cenza Fulco, Community Engagement Coordinator on 0439 242 352 or Melissa Martin, General Manager Organisational Development  on 0409 230 264.

Applications can be addressed to Melissa Martin and must include an application letter, supply a current resume and address the key selection criteria in the position description.

Applications close at 3 pm on Wednesday 10th March 2021.

Email applications directly to employment@cclc.vic.gov.au

Interviews will be held on Friday 12th March 2021.

Team Leader Engagement and Digital Services

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Emma White, Coordinator Library & Arts Activation
Contact Number
(03) 9747 5919
Location
Melton City Council, VIC

 

Team Leader Engagement and Digital Services

Job No: MEL39 | Location: Melton

Full Time Permanent Position

Salary Range $84,067 - $91,546 pa + 9.5% Super + RDO

About Melton City Council

The City of Melton is a place where everyone belongs. Our community is vibrant and diverse and one of the fastest developing in Australia. Our organisation strives to provide our community with state of the art, excellent amenity, health and wellbeing and to support our community to be a lifelong learning city. We invest in innovation and our people’s professional and personal development. We offer generous leave and flexibility that best suits your lifestyle and a collaborative and inclusive culture. You’ll be able to work close to home and have new cafes and shops opening every day amongst the heritage buildings and open green spaces of one of Melbourne’s fastest growing municipalities.

The Opportunity

This position drives the delivery of digital library services and access to technology to enhance customer experience and online library services.

As a key member of the library leadership team, the successful applicant will drive the delivery of digital library services and access to technology to enhance customer experience and provide an integrated and seamless approach to delivery of online library services, as well as increase use, awareness and activation of libraries through effective marketing of library services and programs and engagement with the community.

The successful candidate will have experience in leading and motivating staff in an environment of innovation and continuous improvement.  As a passionate library leader, the ideal candidate will have a firm understanding of community engagement principles and proven ability to implement and maintain online library platforms, equipment and technology.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead the planning, implementation, monitoring and renewal of technology across the library service, including the Library Management System, public access technology and devices, self-service and audio-visual equipment, and creative or emerging technologies.
  • Develop innovative digital services and online library platforms, including the public library catalogue interface, applications, webpages and online presence to ensure a seamless and intuitive customer experience that improves access to library services and resources.
  • Lead, motivate and develop the Engagement and Digital Services team to ensure an innovative and effective approach to promotion, marketing and online services.
  • Plan for and oversee the design and implementation of marketing campaigns, print and online collateral, and social media to increase awareness, use and membership of library services and engagement with the arts.
  • Lead the delivery of local and family history services, including digitisation and online access to local history material and managing the partnership with local and family history groups.
  • Participate in rostered library customer service shifts as required, ensuring customers have a positive experience characterised by active engagement.

About you

  • Tertiary qualification acceptable for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) together with experience in leading library teams, or relevant tertiary qualification in information technology or marketing field together with relevant experience leading library teams.
  • Proven ability to lead, coach and develop staff in an environment of innovation and continuous improvement.
  • Demonstrated understanding of community engagement principles and the ability to develop effective marketing and engagement initiatives within a public library context.
  • Proficiency in the implementation and maintenance of Library Management Systems, online platforms, equipment and technology relevant to the delivery of innovative public library services.
  • Proven ability to lead the design, delivery and development of digital and creative technology programs and services, and local and family history services.
  • Well-developed organisation and time management skills to plan and manage programs and projects within budget.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills together with the ability to develop rapport and engage with a range of stakeholders, organisations and the community.

Culture and Values

Our vision for our community is to be: “a thriving community where everyone belongs” and that means there’s a place here for you too. Our organisational values represent us as an established growth Council and the values are reflected in everything we do; our decision-making, our actions and our service provision to the community. Council has a diverse and vibrant organisation and we’d love to have you join us to help shape a city for the future.

We are Vibrant Melton. Our values are:

  • Motivate
  • Empower
  • Lead
  • Trust
  • Open
  • Nurture 

Benefits

There are a number of great reasons why our people love working at Melton City Council: 

  • 19 Day Month
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Extensive Career Development & Leadership Programs
  • 16 weeks Paid Parental Leave
  • 3 weeks Paid Secondary Carer Leave
  • Family Room available including Breastfeeding Facilities (Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace accredited)
  • Wellbeing initiatives
  • Social Club Activities
  • Subsidised Uniforms

To read more about our benefits visit https://meltoncity-staff-benefits.applynow.net.au/

How To Apply

For further information about the position, please contact  Emma White, Coordinator Library & Arts Activation on (03) 9747 5919.

Apply by filling out the application and addressing the key selection criteria below. 

To view the Position Description, click here.

Applications close 5.00 pm Friday 12 March 2021

To be eligible for employment at Melton City Council you must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident of Australia or be legally entitled to work in Australia.

At Melton City Council we care for our people, we’re committed to the professional growth of our employees and support balance and flexibility. If you want to work with talented, passionate people and build a thriving and vibrant community, we encourage you to apply. We strongly encourage job applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, LGBTIQ and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.

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Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Vicki Smith 
Contact Number
(02) 8495 6469 during business hours
Location
Northern Beaches Council, NSW

 

Librarian

  • Posted: 22 Feb
  • Closes: 08 Mar
  • Dee Why, New South Wales
  • Part-time

Description

Division: Community & Belonging

Business Unit: Library Services

Title: Librarian, Permanent - Part-time Role, 42 hours per fortnight

Salary Range: $73,980.03 to $85,977.64 per annum on pro rata basis + super (subject to skills and experiences)

Stretching from Palm Beach to Manly, the Northern Beaches boasts more than half of all the beaches in Sydney and a population of more than 270,000. Northern Beaches Council was created in 2016 through the three councils of Manly, Pittwater and Warringah coming together to deliver the highest quality services to the community. Exciting new infrastructure projects and community programs have quickly demonstrated the positive impact the new council is having.

Role Purpose
The Librarian role is a key role within the Library Services Group. The Librarian provides the technical process knowledge and the advisory subject matter knowledge needed by the various customers of the Library. 

The successful applicant will be required to coordinate and perform a variety of functions which may include collection management, assisting customers to access collections both in hard copy and electronic formats, leading customer front of house functions and assisting with programs.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide friendly and efficient customer service in a desk or concierge role
  • Provide high quality reference, information, and referral services to the public
  • Assist customers with accessing services or equipment, connecting their own electronic devices and in locating resources
  • Competently operate the library’s computer equipment and software and other office equipment
  • Understand complementary services offered by other libraries, in particular the State Library NSW
  • Assist in the delivery of programs and events as required
  • Shelve items promptly and accurately; maintain shelves and stock in good order
  • Supervise, motivate and coach library staff, or volunteers as required
  • Operate as an effective member of the library team; planning and organising own work and the work of others to meet deadlines and priorities
  • Contribute actively to team meetings and attend Council training as requested
  • Keep up to date with policies and procedures relevant to the operation of the Libraries
  • Maintain own professional education and attend periodic refresher programs as required, and
  • Report and record any unsafe situations, emergency, hazard, incident or damage and deal with this in accordance with Procedures if carrying supervisory responsibilities at the time.

Please refer to the Position Description for more information.

There aren’t many employers who offer career and lifestyle in a single package, but Northern Beaches Council does. We offer an attractive workplace, including:

  • genuine work-life balance and flexible working arrangements
  • employee wellness program and a range of lifestyle benefits
  • values based culture and a teams oriented working environment
  • a culture of supporting continuous professional development
  • high level of technological innovation and systems

How to apply:

Apply online and upload the following information

  • Click on the 'Apply' button to complete your online application.
  • You will have the opportunity to attach your resume and any supporting documentation.
  • Please read the Position Description. You will be required to respond to the selection criteria questions online when you apply. Your response to these questions should demonstrate how you meet the requirements of this role.
  • For further information, please contact Vicki Smith on (02) 8495 6469 during business hours.
  • Applications close on 08/03/2021

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