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Senior Library Assistant

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Lilly Sanchez
Contact Number
02 9725 0121
Location
Fairfield City Council, NSW

 

Senior Library Assistant

Applications closing on 02 October 2022, 11:59 PM

THE POSITION: Are you looking for an opportunity to be part of an innovative Council seeking to make a positive difference in the Fairfield City community? An exciting opportunity exists for a motivated and engaging professional to join our Customer Experience Team.

We are seeking a motivated professional to provide an efficient and effective library and information service to meet the needs of the community across our 5 libraries - Whitlam Library Cabramatta, Fairfield Library, Bonnyrigg Library, Wetherill Park Library and Smithfield Community Library.

Fairfield City Open Libraries is a contemporary public library and the role provides customer service and business support services, managing requests and enquiries involving information, books, digital collection, various programs as well as engaging our diverse customers in person and online.

If you are a passionate library professional with a focus on customer service and team work, we want to hear from you. Apply today.

Applications must address the Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications and Experience required in the Position Description.

SALARY & EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS:

  • Permanent full time position, 70 hours per fortnight – 8.00am to 9.00pm Monday to Sunday
  • The positions are Grade 3, salary range is $61432 p.a. with progression to $67,807 p.a. on demonstrated competencies, with performance progression to $71,961 p.a.
  • Flexible working hours are available
  • The position will be required to work within a library roster, includes evening and weekend work which attracts a 25% penalty for Saturday or 50% penalty for Sunday in addition to ordinary hourly rate of pay
  • A uniform is provided

FURTHER CONTACTS:  Enquiries regarding the position should be directed to Lilly Sanchez on 02 9725 0121 or a position description is available by contacting Sharon Allard on 02 9725 0359.

CLOSING DATE:  Midnight 02 October 2022

HOW TO APPLY:  Applications must address the knowledge, skills, qualifications and experience required in the Position Description. A position description is available from the contact person listed above, or from Council’s Website. To apply online, click apply now. Applications should be addressed to the undersigned and received by the closing date. Applicants must be prepared to undergo a medical examination at Council's expense.

Please note that this role requires mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 at Fairfield City Council. All applicants must be vaccinated (and provide proof - cited vaccination certificate).

Fairfield City Council is a smoke-free workplace and is an EEO employer. As an inclusive workplace, we support reasonable workplace adjustment. If you do require an adjustment during the recruitment process, please notify us on your application form.

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia, and may be required to undertake a national police clearance as part of the recruitment process.

We kindly ask for no recruiters at this stage.

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Local History Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Corinna Pierce
Contact Number
02 9083 8701
Location
Waverley Council, NSW

 

Local History Librarian

Reference Number: S100-22-787 | Closing Date: 10-10-2022 | Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

  • Permanent Full time – 35 hours week 
  • Salary Range $74,299 - $85,443 p.a. plus super
  • Flexible working conditions, family friendly policies and other great employee benefits

Waverley is a diverse and innovative Council located in the heart of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. With a broad range of services, programs and initiatives, Waverley is one of the leading local government areas in NSW. Taking in some of Sydney's most beautiful beaches including the world famous Bondi Beach, and encompassing part of Sydney's global economic corridor at Bondi Junction, Waverley Council is an amazing place to broaden your career.

Working as a part of our dynamic Library team, the Local History Librarian will be responsible for operating an effective Local History service to meet the needs of the community by providing timely research services to customers, including Councillors and other Council staff and to effectively manage the library’s Local History collection including the digitisation, preservation and promotion of these resources.

To be successful you will need to have tertiary qualifications in addition to experience in digitizing and researching and conserving local history. You will also have demonstrated excellent communication skills including writing skills and the ability to provide excellent customer service to a wide range of stakeholders.

Please refer to the position description for detailed information on the position and required skills and experience. For more information contact Corinna Pierce on 02 9083 8701

Waverley Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all candidates. We encourage applications from people from diverse groups, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people; people from culturally diverse backgrounds; young people; older workers; people with disabilities; LGBTIQ; and other minority groups.

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Library Officer - Casual

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Chiah Mayne, Manager Library and Community Services
Contact Number
(08) 8522 0126
Location
Town of Gawler Council, SA

 

Library Officer - Casual

Multiple Positions, Casual Relief, Level 2,  $41.70 per hour (inclusive of casual loading).

We are currently seeking Casual Library Relief Officers at the Town of Gawler. The Library Team are responsible for providing consistent and high quality Library and Customer Services across a number of sites within the community.

The successful candidates will possess demonstrated Library and/or Customer Service experience, strong interpersonal communication skills, high attention to detail, the ability to prioritise and work under pressure, and the ability to work co-operatively and effectively as part of a team. Demonstrated computer skills are also required.

In this Casual Relief role, you will provide casual relief to the Team as required. You will perform a variety of Library and Customer Service front desk tasks, including assisting with enquiries, registering new borrowers, issuing and returning library materials, accurately shelving and maintaining library materials, cash handling and the receipting of a wide range of accounts, permits, applications and registrations, including rates and dog registrations.

Through a Memorandum of Understanding, casual Library shifts at the Adelaide Plains Council Library will also be offered to successful candidates. Weekend and evening work as rostered to support Library opening hours will be required.

To be successful in this position, you must have a current Driver’s Licence, as you will be required to work across a number of sites. You must also be willing to undertake a relevant Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) Employment Screening. Relevant qualifications are desirable, but not essential.

If you would like to know more, contact Chiah Mayne, Manager Library and Community Services on (08) 8522 0126.

Applications must address the Essential Criteria of the Position Description - available here.

All applications must be addressed to the CEO, Henry Inat, and be submitted via email only to: employment@gawler.sa.gov.au

Council is an equal opportunity employer with a smoke, drug and alcohol free work environment.  General enquires can be made to the Manager People and Culture Sue Tobin on 08 8522 9291.

Applications close 5pm, Sunday 16 October 2022.

Library Assistant

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Marie Treize, Community Librarian
Contact Number
(08) 8641 9151
Location
Port Augusta City Council, SA

 

Library Assistant

City Services -  Fixed Term Position

Our vision is to create and sustain a safe and vibrant Community where people want to live, work, play and visit. If you want to live in a sea-side country town, close to the Flinders Ranges and Outback and help it grow into a full Regional Centre we would be keen to discuss this opportunity with you.

THE ROLE

Contribute to the provision of a welcoming and high quality library service that meets the information, education and recreational needs of the community.

The successful applicant will have:

  • Developing knowledge of automated library systems and information technology resources.
  • Understanding of Library services and practices, the OneCard Network and the role of public libraries in the community.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills with a diverse range of people
  • Current South Australian driver’s licence of at least Class C
  • Previous administration and customer service experience

The position description is available from Council’s website www.portaugusta.sa.gov.au and enquiries to Marie Treize, Community Librarian (08) 86419151.

Applications must address the specified personal criteria in the position description.

Applications are to be submitted to the Human Resource Officer, Port Augusta City Council, PO Box 1704, Port Augusta SA 5700 or emailed to admin@portaugusta.sa.gov.au

Application closing date 5:00pm, Wednesday 12 October 2022.

JOHN BANKS

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

PORT AUGUSTA CITY COUNCIL

Additional Information

Pre-Employment Declaration

Position Description - Library Assistant (Fixed Term Contract - City Services

Contribute to the provision of a welcoming and high quality library service that meets the information, education and recreational needs of the community.

The successful applicant will have:

  • Developing knowledge of automated library systems and information technology resources.
  • Understanding of Library services and practices, the OneCard Network and the role of public libraries in the community.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills with a diverse range of people
  • Current South Australian driver’s licence of at least Class C
  • Previous administration and customer service experience

To apply candidates must submit:

  • Completed Job Application Cover Sheet
  • Resume
  • Cover letter addressing the Personal Criteria in the Position Description e.g. Skills, Knowledge and Experience/Qualifications

Administration Officer (Customer Service & Library) - Casual 

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Anna - Performance team OR Customer Experience and Communities Manager – Desiree Tomas
Contact Number
0436 846 497 (business hours) or 0467 828 460 (business hours)
Location
North Burnett Regional Council, QLD

 

Administration Officer (Customer Service & Library) - Casual 

  • A rewarding career supporting the North Burnett community
  • Attractive hourly rate and employment conditions (from $32.38 to $33.92 per hour) plus casual loading
  • Professional development opportunities

North Burnett Regional Council is seeking enthusiastic and community minded individuals to join our Customer Service & Library Team. This is an on-call casual role to assist with backfill for our existing staff when they are on planned and unplanned leave and you may be asked to work at short notice. It is expected that the that the majority of engagements in the coming months will be within Council’s Contact Centre and the Monto Customer Service and Library centre, so candidates based around Monto will be highly regarded. Any interested candidates from other centres throughout the region are still encouraged to apply.

The position of Administration Officer (Customer Service and Library) is valuable to the organisation, linking our community with a range of Local Government services, information, and library services. Our preferred candidates will be highly motivated with a love of interacting with and serving the community, bring a flair for customer service and possess excellent communication skills to liaise with a broad range of people.

No specific library experience is required as training and development to gain specific knowledge and skills relevant to the position will be provided to successful applicants who understand and can deliver an exceptional customer experience.

Some key duties are:

  • Assisting customers resolve a range of enquiries regarding Local Government services including completing applications, payments, and service requests
  • Delivering library programs to the community such as First 5 Forever Storytime and School Holiday Workshops
  • Assisting with and promoting Council run community events and activities
  • Developing a strong knowledge of all things Council and supporting our community to interact with us

To be successful you will bring the following:

  • A proven ability to provide a quality customer experience
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to interact with our community face to face and over the phone
  • Work successfully in a team environment, contributing ideas and supporting the achievement of team goals.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in contemporary administrative practices and the use of computer software including the MS Office Suite of products.
  • Current C class drivers’ licence (or higher)
  • Ability to follow work practices and procedures
  • Current Working with Children Blue Card, or ability to acquire same.

Experience within Local Government, relevant qualifications and/ or experience within a similar setting is desirable, however a strong customer service ethos, motivation to serve the community and drive to contribute to the team is paramount to success in this role.

For any enquiries relating to this role please do not hesitate to contact Anna from the People and Performance team on 0436 846 497 (business hours) or the Customer Experience and Communities Manager – Desiree Tomas on 0467 828 460 (business hours).

Application Close: 10:00pm, Wednesday 12th October 2022 

North Burnett Regional Council is a drug and alcohol free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

HOW TO APPLY

APPLICATION FORM 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Library Administrative Support Officer (Part-time)

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Kathy Maltby
Contact Number
(02) 9952 8346
Location
City of Ryde Council, NSW

 

Library Administrative Support Officer (Part-time)

Job No: COR1071 | Location: Ryde

  • Permanent part-time position, Monday - Friday 24.5 hours per week
  • Work in an exciting and fast paced office environment
  • Contribute to the Library’s customer service

About Us

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

About the Role

Are you looking to achieve a good work/life balance and are experienced in providing administrative and general support services in a busy office environment? Are you customer-focused and have excellent organisational and time management skills? If you answered "Yes", read on and apply for this challenging yet rewarding role.

We are seeking an experienced and highly motivated Administrative Support Officer to join our library service. Key features of your role will be to provide support in rostering casual and weekend staff across our five library branches, managing accounts and invoices, plus providing exceptional customer service to the public, and much more!

Key Requirements

  • Successful completion of Certificate III in Business Administration or equivalent experience
  • Experience delivering administration and accounting services
  • Experience in providing face-to-face and telephone customer service
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and accounts software
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated initiative, organisational and co-ordination skills
  • Demonstrated ability to complete a variety of tasks and meet deadlines
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team
  • Assist the Administrative Support Officer (full-time) as needed
  • Covid-19 vaccinated

Desirable

  • Experience in rostering operations
  • Experience working in a public library
  • Experience working in local government
  • Experience in desktop publishing / print production / proof-reading
  • Proficiency in a language other than English
  • Current Drivers licence

Your commencing salary will range from $59,500.17 to $66,937.69 p.a. pro-rata plus superannuation, dependent on relevant skills and experience.

Culture & Benefits

  • Flexible working to suit your life 
  • Annual Award increases and performance reviews
  • 18 weeks paid Parental leave
  • Long Service leave after 5 years then monthly accrual
  • Additional leave days at Christmas
  • Various health & well-being initiatives (skin checks, flu vaccination etc) 
  • Discounted Ryde Aquatic entrance fees 
  • Opportunity to join Fitness Passport for discounted gym membership 

How to Apply

Apply now using our fast, easy to use on-line application process. You do not need a password to use our on-line application system. In addition to answering the on-line questions shown below, this position requires you to attach your Resume to complete the application process (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 call Kathy Maltby on (02) 9952 8346 for a confidential discussion. 

Closing Date:  Friday 14th October at 11.30pm | Apply Now!

City of Ryde is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Library Officer Resources

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Tim Ungaro, Coordinator Library Resources
Contact Number
02 9330 6188
Location
Georges River Council, NSW

 

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Library Officer Resources

Job No: GR211248 | Location: Hurstville

About Our Council

Georges River Council is a leading, people-focused organisation delivering outstanding results for our community and city. Our council is dedicated to helping protect our natural environment, providing vibrant public places, sustaining and developing a thriving creative culture and enabling people to move around the area easily. We offer access to a mix of housing options, create exciting job and business opportunities. We are experiencing exciting transformation, with numerous city-changing initiatives and projects underway. 

Library Services

Georges River Libraries are a place where people come together to share ideas, knowledge and experiences. It's a place where they can go to relax and escape, learn and be inspired. Our community can explore a range of books, manuscripts, photographs, films, maps and online resources as well as special objects our ‘Library of Things’. From digital cameras and musical instruments, to international language books and unique local collections, you will discover a wide range of items to enjoy at the library. Our spaces are inviting, safe and accessible. From quiet reading rooms to busy media labs, making them ideal locations to discover, socialise and play. Our friendly team are on hand to help with any library and resourcing needs. Georges River Libraries are here to help inspire your world.  

About you

As the Library Officer Resources, you will contribute to the efficient and effective operations of Georges River Libraries by ensuring the delivery of high quality, customer focused library services, resources, programs and systems.  You will have had some working experience in library and information services as well as experience in implementing, promoting and delivering effective library services and programs. You must have a customer focused approach and strive to promote literacy, creativity and lifelong learning through your everyday workings.  

In return, this position provides the opportunity to be involved in a range of innovative public library projects, including the ongoing development of unique special collections, such as the ‘Library of Things’ and a brand-new Musical Instrument collection. The successful applicant will also be a key in facilitating local community content creation and will assist with the establishment of future collections of unique local content.

The ability to accommodate change, a drive for innovation and a desire to celebrate local creativity will all be key attributes for any successful applicant. 

About the Opportunity

  • Permanent, Full-Time - 70 hours per fortnight 
  • Salary from $67,800.68 - $78,557.20 per annum plus 10.5% superannuation
  • Contribute to innovative and unique library collections and programs
  • Located in Hurstville CBD – 5 minute walk from train station
  • Take advantage of Council benefits including:
    - hybrid working arrangements
    - wellness perks including flu vaccinations and free counselling
    - ability to partake in council’s Flex Fit Scheme including 9-day fortnight, based on operational requirements
    - access to council leave entitlements including long service leave after 5 years

Key Accountabilities

  • Undertake rostered duties at all Georges River Libraries to meet customer expectation.
  • Provide support and instructional training to staff and customers in the use of library software, self-service kiosks, public computers, photocopiers and printers.
  • Deliver  and promote library and information services that meet the diverse needs and interests of the community, encouraging the development of literacy, creativity and lifelong learning.
  • Contribute to a responsive collection development practice by: developing and executing efficient, timely workflows; assisting in the review of collection profiles based on customer feedback; devising and delivering customer engagement programs.
  • Under the team leaders’ direction, devise and implement efficient procedures using evidence based tools to ensure the collections are developed and maintained to a high standard.
  • Contribute to the development, implementation, promotion and delivery of readers’ advisory programs through the use of innovative tools, platforms and best practice guidelines.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of a range of collections that recognise and reflect the diversity of the Georges River community.

If you have made a positive commitment to further your career and you possess the attributes located in the Position Description, then please submit your application today. Applicants are asked to ensure that they provide responses to the targeted questions, failure to do so may result in your application not being considered.

If you would like further information on this role, please contact Tim Ungaro, Coordinator Library Resources on 02 9330 6188.

Applications must be completed and submitted via our website. Closing Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2022 at 11.30 PM AEST

Offers of employment at Georges River Council are contingent upon satisfactory results of a thorough background check.

Georges River Council aims to be a leading, people-focused organisation delivering outstanding results for our community and city. We foster our values of Accountability, Professionalism, Unity and Honesty and take pride in promoting the image of Council in the community.

We are committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion, and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, workers of all ages, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

At Georges River Council we are committed to putting children first and championing child safety within our community. We actively advocate for the rights of children and young people and will uphold our commitment as a child safe organisation.

Please note you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident or have unlimited working rights (with no Visa restrictions) in Australia to apply for this position.

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Digital Services Librarian

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Helen Kassidis, Team Leader Learning Experience
Contact Number
(02) 9078 6118
Location
Burwood Council, NSW

 

Digital Services Librarian

  • Reference Number: September 2022
  • Closing Date: 09-10-2022
  • Employment Type: Permanent Part Time
  • Hourly Rate $37 to $43 plus Super plus Weekend Penalty Rates

Burwood Council is committed to delivering an agile, responsive and community focused organisation that will provide high quality services and infrastructure to our community. It is an exciting time to be joining the organisation as we transform the way we work.

We are seeking an energetic community focused Librarian with a passion for Digital Literacy and Collections. Reporting to the Team Leader Learning Experience, the Digital Services Librarian is a 28-hour per week permanent part time role based at the Burwood Library and Community Hub – an attractive and vibrant workplace located in the centre of Burwood.

We have just adopted our new Library Strategic Plan that offers an innovative pathway for the Burwood Library team over the next five years. This maps out an ambitious and exciting agenda that will guide our staff to strengthen the Burwood Community by supporting literacy, digital connection, creativity and life-long education.

The Library team is a passionate group who embody our library values of professionalism, collaboration, inclusion and community driven service. The library is a welcoming place that enriches our diverse community with opportunities to inspire, learn, connect and belong.

About the role
In this role you will play a major role in the development and delivery of the digital library. You will also design and deliver innovative programmes and training to support staff and our communities in improving their digital skills and increasing the use of digital resources. Overseeing the digital communication to our communities via social media, eNewsletter and library website is also an important part of this role.

Key accountabilities include:
a. Developing and managing the library’s digital collection.
b. Developing and managing the library’s reference collection
c. Promoting and maintaining communication of resources and services to an online audience via social media, eNewsletter and the library’s website.
d. Supporting staff and customers in using digital services and digital devices.
e. Participating in the service point roster system, including evening and weekend work and perform the role of shift supervisor, as required.

About you
We’re looking for someone who will embrace our team culture which is collaborative, friendly and positive. You should be passionate about digital literacy and libraries, and be committed to innovation and creativity.

To be successful in this role you will have experience in reporting, providing expert advice and supporting training and programmes regarding digital collections, online resources and related technologies. You should be comfortable with social media communication, and experience in web design and maintenance is highly desirable.

You will bring exceptional communication, interpersonal and high level organisational skills. It is also important to have the ability to think critically and analytically. The successful candidate must have a degree in library information recognised by ALIA or a related discipline with contemporary experience in a similar role.

Previous experience in a public library setting is also desirable as the role will participate in the Library and Community Hub Customer Care Roster, including some evening and weekend work. The role works 28 hours per week, days and hours of work are negotiable. A Working with Children Check is also required for this role.

Further information regarding this role can be found in the Position Description.
Enquire Today:
Contact: Helen Kassidis, Team Leader Learning Experience
Phone: (02) 9078 6118

How to apply:
Please submit your resume and a cover letter (maximum two pages) outlining how you meet the selection criteria for this role.

Closing Date: Sunday 9 October 2022 @ 11:59 pm | Apply for this position

View The Job Description (Position Description - Digital Services Librarian Sep 2022.pdf) ]

Librarian eServices

Closing Date
Contact Officer
Kerrin Hampson, Library Services Coordinator
Contact Number
08 9781 0304
Location
City of Busselton Council, WA

 

Librarian eServices

City of Busselton | Community Services

Closing date: 05/10/2022

  • Permanent, Full Time
  • Salary starting from: $81,104.85 per annum dependent upon skills and experience
  • Generous superannuation contributions of up to 15.25%
  • What do our staff love about working with the City? Click here

Why work for the City:

The City of Busselton is located in the picturesque southwest coastal region of WA and offers an enviable lifestyle and the opportunity to be part of one of the most progressive and ambitious Local Governments in the state.   We pride ourselves on providing positive outcomes for our community and offering a supportive environment for our employees.

About the role:

The City are seeking an enthusiastic and suitably experienced person for the role of Librarian eServices. This role provides overall systems administration for the Library Management System, website content and online public access catalogue management for the City’s public libraries.

The successful applicant will have substantial experience in the administration, support and enhancement of business and management information systems and:

  • A tertiary qualification in Information Technology, Computer Science or Librarianship.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage web-based content (HTML, CSS, JavaScript/jQuery and web CMS).
  • The ability to build and maintain strong business relationships in the provision of business systems improvement and support.

Further information about the role can be found in the position description.

To be considered for this position, applicants must include in their application a resume and outline the experience they will bring to the role.

Enquiries: Kerrin Hampson, Library Services Coordinator on 08 9781 0304 or Human Resources on 08 9781 1727.

Closing date: 4.30pm Wednesday, 5 October 2022 | Apply Here

Attachments:Position Description - Est 58 Librarian - eServices.pdf

Development Officer - E- Services & Systems

Closing Date
Contact Officer
N/A
Contact Number
N/A
Location
The Hills Shire Council, NSW
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Development Officer - E- Services & Systems

REWARDING Career Opportunity at The Hills Shire Council

About the role:

Exciting opportunity for an innovative library professional who is passionate about libraries and the implementation of leading edge technology to provide up to the minute library services and collections to the growing Hills Community.

Responsible for daily operational management of the library management system, this position also develops, implements and delivers e-service initiatives, researches upgrades for the utilisation of emerging technologies, web based innovations and mobile technologies, and oversees the Acquisitions process.

Duties include:

  • First point of contact with the LMS vendor regarding upgrades & innovation, including API integration with new services.
  • Develop and manage content on the Library’s website in consultation with Council’s Communications and IT departments and DVO Community Engagement & Marketing
  • Oversee the Acquisitions process and manage the day to day operations of Acquisitions & Bibliographic Services including the use of EDI and similar interfaces to facilitate outsourced services.
  • Facilitate training for staff and customers in the effective use of existing and new technologies. Assist in the training of new team members.
  • Recommend system improvements and enhancements, seek out opportunities to improve processes & procedures.
  • Develop, administer, analyse and report on surveys and statistical reports.
  • 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 or currently undertaking degree/post graduate qualification in Library & Information Studies coupled with relevant work experience.
  • Working With Children Check
  • Proven experience in applying new technologies in a Library environment
  • Highly developed customer service skills
  • High level oral and written communication skills
  • Proven experience in project planning and delivery

Working with us:

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

Position details:

Permanent Full Time, S0988, Salary: Up to $96K + Superannuation + Performance Bonus (up to 2% annual salary) + Organisational Bonus (up to $2K) + Aquatic and Fitness membership discounts

Next steps:

Please review the Position Description available on Council’s Careers Page and submit your application online at www.thehills.nsw.gov.au by 5pm on Tuesday 11th October 2022.

A cover letter must be included in your application with short (maximum 200 word) responses to the following questions:

  1. The Hills Shire is experiencing a period of rapid growth, with new housing developments increasingly located away from established library facilities. What technology could be used to increase access to library resources in neighbourhoods not in the surrounding areas of a current library building?
  2. This position involves regular direct customer service shifts, including weekends, at any of our library branches. What do you consider to be your greatest strength in providing excellent customer service?
  3. How would you encourage staff to give feedback and put forward ideas for enhancements to the library management system and connected applications.

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.

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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