Coordinator Library & Museum Hub
$87,050 - $100,020 pa + Superannuation
Permanent Full Time | Location: Library Hub | Organisation Unit: Library & Heritage | Closing: 6 November 2023
The City proudly offers its residents and visitors facilities, services, events, spaces and plans for the future, for the community to live, work and play in ways that are healthy, efficient, safe and sustainable along with spectacular views of the Swan River, close proximity to the Perth Central Business District and houses the Perth Domestic and International Airports.
About the role:
This position has responsibility for the oversight of all operational and technical aspects of Ruth Faulkner Library and Belmont Museum. You will be working with a team of dedicated and highly collaborative staff to meet the needs of our diverse and developing community.
The Coordinator Library & Museum Hub will assist the Manager Library, Culture & Place in the provision and delivery of services in Ruth Faulkner Library & Belmont Museum to ensure they are run efficiently and effectively and support the City’s strategic goals.
Duties will include:
- Consulting with the Manager Library, Culture & Place in the constant improvement and development of strategies, policies, work practices, and procedures.
- Oversight of a team of Specialists to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of a customer focussed service and identify opportunities for improvement and innovation in the delivery of library and museum services.
- Ensure library and museum services are planned strategically to align with and support identified community needs and expectations.
- Directing the activities of the team and identifying appropriate training and development opportunities.
- Preparing and monitoring of reports, budgets, and expenditure/income.
To be considered for this position, you must have or are significantly progressing towards a relevant tertiary qualification in Library and/or Museum/Heritage studies (or equivalent), or relevant experience in an equivalent role.
Due to the nature of the duties, you will also need to have highly developed stakeholder communication and administrative skills, and the ability to handle confidential and sensitive matters.
It is a requirement of this position that the corporate uniform is worn in its entirety at all times whilst on duty and a uniform will be provided upon the successful completion of a probationary period, in accordance with City Policy.
How to apply:
By clicking the ‘apply’ button, you will be directed to the City of Belmont employment page, where you can access the position description. Please enter your details, upload your current resume and cover letter. Please complete the questionnaire as well as addressing the listed Essential Position Requirements, then submit your application.
Applications close Monday, 6 November 2023.
Please note: Applications are considered as they are received, and interviews will be arranged accordingly. The City reserves the right to close adverts early; therefore an early application is encouraged.
The City of Belmont is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to diversity in the workplace. We provide merit-based employment opportunities to people without regard to race, gender, ethnicity, disability, age, religion or sexual orientation. We encourage applications from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, people with disabilities, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to explore the opportunity of a career at the City of Belmont. If you require an additional support or adjustments regarding interview arrangements, please advise in advance.
For more information on eligibility requirements and to apply for this position please visit www.belmont.wa.gov.au.
Further assistance with your application is available by phoning 08 9477 7217.