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Support Engineering Data Specialist - Technical Writer » Australia - At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. Location: Oakey Category: Engineering / Technical Position Type: Permanent Job Reference: BOE/1799046 No File Attached Share This: About us Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. We currently employ more than 2,500 people across 14 sites in Australia and three international locations and have a range of opportunities available as we plan for future growth. The opportunity We are seeking a talented Technical Data Designer to support the CH47 Program. The role is based in Oakey. You will be supporting the CH-47F program as a Technical Writer, and will require candidates to possess the following attributes: Dynamic, innovative and likes to think outside the square Team orientated, influential and likes a challenge An advocate for diversity and inclusion and will be actively involved in leading change An excellent communicator who can engage and motivate diverse and geographically dispersed teams; and Outcome focused and demonstrates strong values-based leadership. As a Tech Pubs Librarian/Technical Writer you will: Receive and incorporate publication change requests from the Flight crews and work with the technical support team to propose changes to the customer for approval. Receive and incorporate publication amendments and keep associated records. Conduct audits and checks of the publications suite. Draft technical instructions based on provided technical and engineering data. Be the primary point of contact within the program for publications. Working closely with CH47 Coordinators and Execution Leads to ensure timely and accurate completion of tasks to achieve project revision deliveries. About you To be successful in this role you will have a collaborative team approach, well developed analytical skills and excellent written and verbal skills. To be considered for the role you will: Experience in the development of technical publications and instructions for a new or fielded major equipment system Experience in managing a publications library. Proficient technical writing skills using MS word and Adobe professional. A high standard of communication skills that facilitate interaction between the project staff and key internal customer groups Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet defence security requirements. Culture We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-defence personnel are encouraged to apply. Benefits Flexible working options Work on cutting edge projects Attractive remuneration and annual bonus Formal mentoring and training as well as on the job learning Access discounts for health insurance, travel and accommodation Paid study leave, parental leave, Defence leave and First Nation's Cultural Leave Salary packaging options available Health and wellbeing benefits including annual flu vaccinations and Employee Assistance Program Join social and community groups We explore opportunities to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs and initiatives focusing on STEM engagements How to apply View the full Position Description and apply now. Find out more about Boeing Defence Australia here. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-Defence personnel are encouraged to apply Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not accept unlawful discrimination in our recruitment or employment practices on any grounds including but not limited to; race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military and veteran status, or other characteristics covered by applicable law. We have teams in more than 65 countries, and each person plays a role in helping us become one of the world's most innovative, diverse and inclusive companies. We are proud members of the Valuable 500 and welcome applications from candidates with disabilities. Applicants are encouraged to share with our recruitment team any accommodations required during the recruitment process. Accommodations may include but are not limited to: conducting interviews in accessible locations that accommodate mobility needs, encouraging candidates to bring and use any existing assistive technology such as screen readers and offering flexible interview formats such as virtual or phone interviews. Read more Shows the full job description for sighted users Apply Now Save JobRemove Job • Sun, 09 JunBoeing
Teacher Librarian » Toorak, Stonnington Area - About You Experience as a secondary teacher librarian; Registered Teacher in Victoria; Desirable post graduate qualifications in library and information management. Please send your application by 14 June 2024, by uploading your cover letter and resume. Applicants must have a &39;right to work&39; in Australia and VIT registration. Child Protection St Kevin&39;s College is committed to the creation and maintenance of a child safe school environment. The care, safety and welfare of students are embedded in policies and procedures which ensure a commitment to zero tolerance of child abuse. Please read and review the College’s Child Safety Code of Conduct and Child Protection and Safety Policy found on the Policy & Reports page of our website • Sun, 09 JunSt Kevin's College - Toorak
Teacher Librarian » Toorak, Stonnington Area - St Kevin’s College is a leading Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition. We cater for boys from ELC to Year 12 with a current enrolment of 2100 students. The College is a member of the Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS). The Role We welcome applications from Teacher Librarians with experience in the education sector to join our community in a full time ongoing position. This role reports to the Head of Libraries and will be working within a team to deliver teaching and library services to students and staff. About You Experience as a secondary teacher librarian; Registered Teacher in Victoria; Desirable post graduate qualifications in library and information management. Please send your application by 14 June 2024, by uploading your cover letter and resume. Applicants must have a 'right to work' in Australia and VIT registration. Child Protection St Kevin's College is committed to the creation and maintenance of a child safe school environment. The care, safety and welfare of students are embedded in policies and procedures which ensure a commitment to zero tolerance of child abuse. Please read and review the College’s Child Safety Code of Conduct and Child Protection and Safety Policy found on the Policy & Reports page of our website To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Wotan Swiegers on 0497330441, quoting Ref No. 1156918. • Sat, 08 JunSt Kevin's College
Senior Client Services Librarian | Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Senior Client Services Librarian Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency Closes: 11 June 2024 Classification: Professional Officer Class 2 Salary: $95,746 - $109,072 plus superannuation Position No: 19555 - 02I1L Directorate: Canberra Health Services Advertised (Gazettal date): 03 June 2024 Contact Officer: Colin Sweett on Colin.Sweettact.gov.au or (02) 5124 2588 What can we offer you: City living without the traffic - click here to see why you should live in Canberra. Competitive pay rates and excellent working conditions within a tertiary hospital. Salary Packaging with many options that provide full fringe benefits tax concessions. Flexible working conditions. 11.5% Superannuation. Reimbursement of relocation expenses for interstate candidates (subject to review and approval). About the Role: CHS Library & Multimedia sits within Medical Services, it provides modern, digital, client focused services and up-to-date, evidence-based, reliable, relevant, and respected, client driven resources and multimedia artifacts, supporting people-centred care, and the research, teaching and training priorities of CHS. Our goal is to continually evolve our services through ongoing co-creation with our clients to ensure favourable online and face-to-face experiences. Library & Multimedia staff are one person removed from the patient. The position contributes to the success of CHS by providing access to, curating, researching evidence-based medicine and training clients in the use and interpretation of such information. Library & Multimedia staff are one person removed from the patient. For more information regarding the position click here for the Position Description. Please note prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check. Notes: This is a temporary position available for 11 months with possibility of extension and/or permanency. For more information on this position and how to apply "click here" Canberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website. Our Vision: creating exceptional health care together Our Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our community Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind CHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as LGBTQIA are particularly encouraged to apply. Canberra Hospital Expansion Project - CHS is constructing a new critical services building called 'Building 5' which is a 44,000sqm nine storey building specifically designed to deliver state-of-the-art acute clinical services at the Canberra Hospital. Building 5 is the largest healthcare infrastructure project undertaken in the Territory's history and it represents the largest clinical and operational change program to ever be implemented by Canberra Health Services. Building 5 integrates with a number of existing buildings at the Campus including Building 1 and Building 2, to facilitate a seamless public thoroughfare, patient transportation and back-of-house logistics distribution. North Canberra Hospital - As of 3 July 2023 Calvary Public Hospital Bruce transitioned to CHS and became North Canberra Hospital. The transition will deliver a health system networked under one provider and will provide increased workforce opportunities for staff at both CHS sites. The ACT Government will be building a new northside hospital on the existing hospital campus in Bruce to meet the growing health care needs of our community, with construction to commence mid-decade providing more beds, increased services, and increased career opportunities. LI-DNI Note This is a temporary position available for 11 months with possibility of extension and/or permanency. • Sat, 08 JunAustralian Capital Territory Government

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Field Sales Manager, Book Sales - ANZ » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Sage Sage is a global academic publisher of books, journals, and library resources with a growing range of technologies to enable discovery, access, and engagement. Believing that research and education are critical in shaping society, 24-year-old Sara Miller McCune founded Sage in 1965. Today, we are controlled by a group of trustees charged with maintaining our independence and mission indefinitely. About our Team Our Book Sales team promotes Sage's print and digital books across the Asia-Pacific region, supporting educators and institutions with high-quality academic resources. We drive sales growth, foster strong stakeholder relationships, and ensure Sage's market position. We collaborate closely with marketing, product development, and customer service to deliver comprehensive solutions that meet our customers' evolving needs. Our team ensures alignment with Sage's broader business objectives by implementing sales strategies that uphold our standards of excellence. We are excited to recruit a proactive new member in Australia to help achieve our ambitious regional goals. As Field Sales Manager, Book Sales - ANZ you will: Be responsible for visiting universities and higher education institutions to maximise sales and grow revenue of our print and digital books. Focus on driving Sage's adoption rates in key markets, solidifying our position as a books market leader and working with faculty advocates to influence librarians. Your new role: Achieve or exceed revenue targets as given each year. Drive new sales and service sales of all existing print books in assigned territory whilst overseeing the one direct report Leverage existing customer base to grow digital sales & increase adoption market share Maintain and grow existing customer relationships. Monitor and analyze sales performance metrics to identify areas for improvement and implement corrective actions. Collaborate with marketing and product development, to drive sales initiatives and meet business objectives. Prepare regular sales reports and forecasts for management review. Identify new and untapped markets in allocated territories and collaborate with the greater team to expand opportunities. Maximize Sage's book revenues from all available streams, including institutional sales and transitioning textbook formats from print to digital. Manage and disseminate pipeline opportunities using the Sage CRM. Provide leadership and guidance to the direct report, ensuring they meet their sales targets and objectives. Conduct regular performance reviews and provide constructive feedback to the direct report. Collaborate with the direct report to develop and implement sales strategies for their designated territory. Collaborate with other team members to ensure cohesive sales efforts across the entire territory. Skills, qualifications & experience Field Book Adoption Sales experience is mandatory. Previous experience in managing a sales team, preferably in a field sales is preferred Sales and sales negotiation skills, adaptable for all customer/market types. Proficiency in sales enablement tools like Highspot, BinTinCan, MsCRM. Ability to communicate and effectively interact with people across cultures, ranges of ability, genders, ages, ethnicities, races, etc. Operate an effective campus calling cycle, pipeline/CRM recording process, and follow-up process to meet and exceed yearly sales goals at the territory and key title level. Strong leadership and coaching skills, with the ability to motivate and inspire team members is advantageous. Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize and delegate tasks effectively. Ability to provide constructive feedback and performance evaluations to team members. A cover letter is important to us, this offers the hiring manager valuable insights into how your skill set aligns with the role, what unique contributions you can bring to the team and why you are interested in this position. Therefore, when applying for this role online, please upload your cover letter and CV as one document. Applications without a cover letter may regrettably not be reviewed. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion At Sage we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive team that is representative of all sections of society and to sustaining a culture that celebrates difference, encourages authenticity, and creates a deep sense of belonging. We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, disability, sex or gender identity, sexual orientation, color, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief as creating value through diversity is what makes us strong. As a business and as an organization with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. Company acknowledgement This is not contractual. To perform this role successfully, you must perform each of the key accountabilities satisfactorily. To meet changes in business operational, procedural or technical requirements Sage may add, remove or amend/change the accountabilities for this position and you should be aware that you may be asked to undertake reasonable tasks and activities outside those for which you are primarily employed. • Sat, 08 JunSAGE Publications
Coordinator, Academic Engagement » Parkville, VIC - Stewardship, a sub-portfolio of Scholarly Services led by the Director and University Librarian. What We Offer You! In... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Melbourne$102338 - 110780 per year
Teacher - Primary - 2024 Opportunities - Mackay Geographic Area » Mackay, QLD - 4/5 / Year 4 / Year 5 - Librarian Prep to 6 - Primary Year 2 - Primary Year 2/3 (0.4FTE) - Primary Year 6... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Coordinator, Academic Engagement » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0062215 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Continuing Department: Archives and Special Collections (ASC) Salary: UOM 7 - $102,338 – $110,780 p.a. plus 17% super Fostering rich, innovative engagement and learning strategies using unique collections. Pioneer educational initiatives, merging historical collections with contemporary pedagogical theories to enhance student learning. Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role: We're seeking a dynamic Coordinator of Academic Engagement to join our team at Archives and Special Collections (ASC). In this new role, you'll be the bridge between our rare and significant collections and the university's curriculum, collaborating closely with faculty and students to enhance their educational experience. You'll lead the charge in developing innovative programs that utilise ASC's assets, fostering object-based learning, peer-to-peer engagement, and work-integrated learning experiences. Your work will be pivotal in aligning ASC initiatives with the university curriculum, and integrating our collections into educational programs. As a liaison between ASC, university academics and Scholarly Services Teaching and Learning teams, you'll champion a scalable model for academic engagement, advising on curriculum design and reporting on program successes. Your responsibilities will include: Enhancing teaching and learning outcomes by crafting and implementing a scalable strategy that integrates ASC collections into the university curriculum through object-based learning, peer engagement, visual thinking strategies, and human-centred design Enhancing teaching and learning outcomes by crafting and implementing a strategy that embeds ASC collections into the university curriculum through object-based learning, peer-to-peer engagement, and visual thinking strategies. Working closely with academic professionals and liaising with Scholarly Services to co-create a focused, interdisciplinary curriculum that seamlessly integrates scholarly, collection-based resources into student coursework. Leading teaching and learning initiatives at ASC, overseeing their development, implementation and improvement to the longevity and excellence of our innovative academic engagement framework. Who We Are Looking For We're on the lookout for a seasoned professional who brings a wealth of experience in crafting and delivering university-level educational programs. Your expertise will shine in interpreting historical, archival, and cultural collections, and you will show a deep understanding of pedagogical theory and modern teaching models. We're seeking someone passionate about innovative approaches to teaching with cultural collections. You will use your high-quality communication skills to connect with students from diverse backgrounds and collaborate effectively across various departments. As a representative of ASC, you'll need to be adept in planning and monitoring team activities, and the capacity to work autonomously and within teams. If you're driven, adaptable, and passionate about educational innovation in a dynamic environment, we encourage you to apply You will also have: Post-graduate qualifications in education, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience/education/training, particularly within the context of historical, archival and cultural collections. Tertiary qualifications and professional experience in education, arts or cultural heritage management, museum studies, and/or an equivalent combination of relevant experience/training Demonstrated ability to plan and evaluate programs and work to timelines. Understanding of the skills required for the handling and display of works of material culture, including packing/unpacking, movement, storage, and presentation Applicants from the Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museum (GLAM) sectors are strongly encouraged to apply. For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. This is essential to guarantee a secure environment for all individuals at the University. In the case the selected candidate doesn't have a valid Working with Children Check, they will be able to apply for the WWCC as part of the initial onboarding procedures. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position . This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team – Archives and Special Collections Archives and Special Collections (ASC) develops, provides care for, and facilitates access to the University of Melbourne Archives, Rare Books, Prints and Drawings, Rare Music, Maps and East Asian collections. The department is led by the Associate Director, Archives and Special Collections and University Archivist. The department sits within Research and Collection Stewardship, a sub-portfolio of Scholarly Services led by the Director and University Librarian. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact Kim Groizard at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience Please note that you are not required to respond to the selection criteria in the Position Description. ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Maddison Ryan via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the contact details listed on the Position Description. Please note that in the event of sourcing a suitable candidate, the closing date for applications may be brought forward, and the job vacancy may be closed. Therefore, we encourage interested individuals to submit their applications promptly. Position Description • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Melbourne
Teacher - Primary - 2024 Opportunities - Mackay Geographic Area » Mackay, Mackay Region - Positions availiable at the below schools. Alligator Creek State School - Primary Year 4 Andergrove State School - Early Childhood Development Program Dundela State School - Primary Year 5/6 Eimeo Road State School - Primary Prep / Year 4/5 / Year 4 / Year 5 Fitzgerald State School - Librarian Prep to 6 Mackay Central State School - Primary Year 2 Mackay North State School - Primary Year 2/3 (0.4FTE) Mackay West State School - Primary Year 6 Mirani State School - Primary 5/6 Sarina State School - Primary Year 2/3 Victoria Park State School - Early Childhood Development Program Walkerston State School - Primary Year 6 Marian State School - Primary Prep / Year 5 As the largest employer of teachers in Queensland the department has some attractive benefits for employees, including: assistance with relocating attractive salary and benefits incentives for teaching in remote areas locality allowance in specified locations subsidised accommodation in specified locations Teaching in Queensland: The department is responsible for the delivery of quality education services to all Queensland students in state schools and recognises teachers and their commitment to teaching through a range of rewards and benefits. To find out more click here. Applicants for these positions must possess: A relevant teaching qualification. Click here for further information on teaching qualifications. Current full registration or current provisional registration with eligibility for full registration, as a teacher in Queensland. Pre-service/graduate teachers must have been granted provisional registration prior to commencing employment as a teacher. For more information regarding registration requirements, please Click Here. In addition to registration, teachers working in Education and Care Services (including State Delivered Kindergarten programs) require an exemption card issued by Blue Card Services. For more information on blue cards and exemption cards, please Click Here. Employment for pre-service/graduate teachers will be subject to the successful completion of a relevant teaching qualification and meeting the minimum requirements as a teacher with the department. Working rights in Australia, which means you have, or you are eligible to obtain a valid Australian Visa with work rights (if you're not already an Australian Citizen or resident). How to apply: Click the Green 'Apply online' button below Enter your personal details Attach your current CV including contact details of two professional referees Pre-service teachers and graduates are encouraged to include completed practicum reports, mentor/referee statements, unofficial academic transcript for current course of study • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Librarian Teacher » St Kilda Road Central, Melbourne - Wesley College Melbourne, a school of the Uniting Church, established in 1866, is one of Australia's leading and most respected co-educational independent schools. With an enrolment of 3,400 students from ECLC to Year 12, it comprises three metropolitan campuses in Melbourne, at St Kilda Road, Glen Waverley and Elsternwick, outdoor education sites at Chum Creek, Mallana and Lochend, and a Year 9 residential campus at Clunes. Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Librarians or Teacher Librarians for a temporary leave replacement position starting 5 August 2024 to 11 October 2024. This is a part time 0.6 position delivering library classes to students from ECLC-Year 4. This position is based at our St Kilda Road Junior School campus. The Librarian's key focus is to deliver literature and research programs and support to students and teachers in our Junior School library. The librarian's goal is to add value to the curriculum by: Working with teachers on the delivery and resourcing of the curriculum. Developing and delivering of programs and approaches to literacy, in particular reading for understanding and reading for pleasure. Lead and support the delivery of Book Week (August 17-23) celebrations and events. We welcome applications from individuals who are passionate about teaching and have the ability to provide an engaging program to the students using contemporary teaching methods. Demonstrated teaching skills and the capacity to work with colleagues to continually improve teaching and learning are essential. Please visit www.wesleycollege.edu.au for a position description and to apply online. Applications will only be accepted via Seek or Wesley College website. For further information, please contact Marion George at Marion.Georgewesleycollege.edu.au Applications close at 5:00pm on Wednesday 19 June 2024. Please note that applications will be reviewed upon receipt and interviews may commence prior to the close date. Wesley College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy. • Thu, 06 JunWesley College
Support Engineering Data Specialist - Technical Writer » Oakey, Toowoomba Surrounds - About us Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. We currently employ more than 2,500 people across 14 sites in Australia and three international locations and have a range of opportunities available as we plan for future growth. The opportunity We are seeking a talented Technical Data Designer to support the CH47 Program. The role is based in Oakey. You will be supporting the CH-47F program as a Technical Writer, and will require candidates to possess the following attributes: Dynamic, innovative and likes to think outside the square Team orientated, influential and likes a challenge An advocate for diversity and inclusion and will be actively involved in leading change An excellent communicator who can engage and motivate diverse and geographically dispersed teams; and Outcome focused and demonstrates strong values-based leadership. As a Tech Pubs Librarian/Technical Writer you will: Receive and incorporate publication change requests from the Flight crews and work with the technical support team to propose changes to the customer for approval. Receive and incorporate publication amendments and keep associated records. Conduct audits and checks of the publications suite. Draft technical instructions based on provided technical and engineering data. Be the primary point of contact within the program for publications. Working closely with CH47 Coordinators and Execution Leads to ensure timely and accurate completion of tasks to achieve project revision deliveries. About you To be successful in this role you will have a collaborative team approach, well developed analytical skills and excellent written and verbal skills. To be considered for the role you will: Experience in the development of technical publications and instructions for a new or fielded major equipment system Experience in managing a publications library. Proficient technical writing skills using MS word and Adobe professional. A high standard of communication skills that facilitate interaction between the project staff and key internal customer groups Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet defence security requirements. Culture We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-defence personnel are encouraged to apply. Benefits Flexible working options Work on cutting edge projects Attractive remuneration and annual bonus Formal mentoring and training as well as on the job learning Access discounts for health insurance, travel and accommodation Paid study leave, parental leave, Defence leave and First Nation's Cultural Leave Salary packaging options available Health and wellbeing benefits including annual flu vaccinations and Employee Assistance Program Join social and community groups We explore opportunities to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs and initiatives focusing on STEM engagements How to apply View the full Position Description and apply now. Find out more about Boeing Defence Australia here. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-Defence personnel are encouraged to apply • Thu, 06 JunBoeing RIV Site
Coordinator, Academic Engagement » Parkville, VIC - Stewardship, a sub-portfolio of Scholarly Services led by the Director and University Librarian. What We Offer You! In addition... • Thu, 06 JunThe University of Melbourne$102338 - 110780 per year
Project Managers - Consumer Energy Solutions » Melbourne, VIC - Talent International is currently recruiting for an experienced Research Librarian to join an Australian Federal... • Tue, 04 Jun
Librarian Teacher » Tarneit, VIC - Job Description Are you an enthusiastic Secondary Teacher Librarian with a passion for fostering a love of reading...? Tradewind has forged a partnership with an F-9 school in Tarneit, opening up an incredible opportunity for a Teacher Librarian... • Tue, 04 JunTradewind Australia$75000 - 115000 per year
Branch Librarian » Australia - Join Our Team as a Branch Librarian! Are you passionate about providing access to information, education... experiences prepared you for the role of Branch Librarian?* Can you provide an example of a challenging situation you encountered... • Tue, 04 JunSutherland Shire Council$88038 - 93324 per year
Library Teacher » Toorak, VIC - Job Description We are in search of a dedicated Librarian Teacher to contribute to the academic enrichment... and exploration, promoting a love for literature, research, and information literacy among students. The Librarian Teacher will manage... • Tue, 04 JunTradewind Australia$75000 - 115000 per year
Research Librarian » Sydney, NSW - Contract opportunity with extensions Adelaide Based Role Desktop Support Experience We are seeking a strong desktop support engineer (L3) with strong SCCM background to work with a prestigious organisation in Adelaide. The following sk... • Tue, 04 Jun
LIBRARIAN » Sydney, NSW - Unit: Creative City Section: LIBRARIES & LEARNING Salary: AUD 91,036.00 per annum plus Superannuation Employment status: Permanent Employment arrangement: Full Time Location: Various across City of Sydney library branches Option to work... • Tue, 04 JunAtlam Group
St Columba’s Catholic College, Springwood - Library Assistant » Springwood, Blue Mountains - We are seeking a Library Assistant to work collaboratively with other school staff to provide support and assistance to teachers, students and school leadership in the successful delivery of school learning and pastoral outcomes. The Library Assistant is accountable for: Supervising students in non-teaching periods (including on excursions) Supervising groups of students other than in a classroom situation, including taking responsibility for the library if no teacher librarian is present or playground supervision if an agreement has been reached Working in collaboration with a Teacher or group of Teachers in the implementation of learning and teaching strategies for an individual student, groups of students or class Receiving, issuing, distributing, stock-taking and safeguarding of teaching resources, goods, supplies, stores, materials and equipment Providing technical assistance in the operation of the College Library Experience and Qualifications Minimum 2 years’ Library Assistant experience (preferably in an educational institution) Tertiary qualification in the relevant area of study Appropriate demonstrated experience Current Working with Children Check (for employment purposes) PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN YOUR APPLICATION: A Cover Letter addressed to the Principal introducing yourself and addressing the position criteria Your Resume outlining education and experience. The contact details of at least two referees The School St Columba’s strives to be authentically Catholic in its identity, ensuring the best possible learning and teaching for the whole person as part of a rich tradition of Catholic education. Surrounded by beautiful native bushland, wildlife and modern learning spaces, St Columba’s is fully equipped with the tools of today, whilst offering staff and students a tranquil setting for learning. The Organisation Catholic Education, Diocese of Parramatta provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment in its primary and secondary schools and for early learning and out of school hours care centres in western Sydney. One of the largest employers in western Sydney, our recruitment, selection and appointment processes reflect our purpose and intent: to provide quality Catholic schooling by strengthening the professional lives of staff, and to improve the learning outcomes for each student within a Catholic faith community. Position Description • Tue, 04 JunCatholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Part Time Librarian (2 Days per week) - TOP $$$$'s » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Join Our Growing Community as a Passionate Librarian Be part of our ever-growing community of passionate staff and students. Apply Now Are you an experienced and enthusiastic Part Time Library Technician (2 Days) looking to make a difference in the educational journey of students? We invite you to be part of our ever-growing community of passionate staff dedicated to bringing out the best in our students. Our client is a highly regarded, thriving independent school with two Melbourne campuses in Brighton and Caulfield, catering for children from 18 months right through to Senior School where the students graduate with an International Baccalaureate (IB). Committed to delivering innovative, high-quality education. The curriculum fosters social and emotional intelligence, creativity, problem-solving, and innovation. Activities prepare students to be successful, confident, and creative learners. Role Overview: As a Librarian, you will play a pivotal role in creating a vibrant and welcoming library environment. Your responsibilities will include front desk duties such as customer service, cataloguing, and maintaining the library collection. You will contribute to a range of initiatives throughout the year, fostering an innovative and progressive outlook on the library service offered to the school community. Schedule: Part-time role during school term time. Flexibility on days, 7:30 am to 4 pm. Key Qualifications and Attributes: Strong understanding and demonstrated experience in contemporary library practices. Well-developed interpersonal skills coupled with strong customer service. VIT Certified Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple tasks and competing priorities. A high level of attention to detail. A can-do attitude and high level of flexibility. Enjoy being part of a positive school community. Staff Benefits: 17.5% loading on 4 weeks leave 15 personal days Full time and all school holidays off Regular team celebrations and social events. Access to the Staff Wellbeing and Support hub. Professional development and training opportunities. If you are passionate about fostering a love for reading, organizing engaging library programs, and contributing to a positive school community, we encourage you to apply for the Librarian position. Join us in shaping the educational experience of our students and making a lasting impact on their learning journey. Apply now and become an integral part of our community committed to excellence in education • Tue, 04 JunStaffing Group
Communications Specialist » Melbourne, VIC - months extensions Talent International is currently recruiting for an experienced Research Librarian to join an Australian... • Tue, 04 Jun
Research Librarian » Sydney, NSW - Research Librarian Opportunity ***SYDNEY LOCATION, MUST HAVE BASELINE*** A leading government agency is seeking... an experienced and enthusiastic Research Librarian to join a small team providing specialist trade and investment research services... • Mon, 03 JunCompas
Research Librarian » Sydney, NSW - We are looking for a Senior Full Stack .Net Developer for a permanent full-time position with one of our clients in Adelaide. Qualification Required: At least 8+ years of experience developing in a Microsoft stack (C#, .net, EF, MS SQL,... • Mon, 03 Jun
Academic Engagement Librarian » Queensland - New South Wales - to appoint an Academic Engagement Librarian who can offer specialised library services and support to postgraduate students... • Mon, 03 JunAustralian Catholic University$117590 - 127214 per year
St Columba’s Catholic College, Springwood - Library Assistant » Springwood, NSW - of students other than in a classroom situation, including taking responsibility for the library if no teacher librarian... • Mon, 03 JunCatholic Education Paramatta
Foundation Teacher Librarian - Notre Dame College, BELLS CREEK » Brisbane, QLD - Full -time | Continuing $81,628 - $117,566 per annum + Super Dear Prospective Teacher Librarian, Are you ready... Stockland in Bells Creek, Queensland, is seeking an exceptional Teacher Librarian to shape and nurture a vibrant reading culture... • Mon, 03 JunBrisbane Catholic School$81628 - 117566 per year
Library Officer » Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region - Contribute to the provision of a professional library and information service to the staff and students at Batchelor Institute Position Number 35977 Position Classification Library Officer A03BI ($65,865 - $70,990) Location Alice Springs Reporting to Manager, Library & Information Services Licences Applicants must have an Ochre Card and a current Police Check and/or the ability to obtain these prior to commencement. Required Qualifications Original qualifications or original certified qualifications must be provided. How to apply All applications must include a completed application lodgement form Each selection criteria must be individually addressed Current CV/resume to be included We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for all positions. Tenure Permanent Applications close Sunday 16th June 2024 Purpose of the Position Contribute to the provision of a professional library and information service to the staff and students at Batchelor Institute. Under the direction of the Manager, Library and Information Services, participate in the day-to-day operations of the DPC campus library. Working hours may be varied in accordance with operational needs. Duties Ability to build strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders. Actively engage in the planning and delivery of innovative library services on campus and online. Participate in promoting the services and resources of the library to Institute staff and students and all stakeholders. Work under minimal supervision in the day-to-day operations of the library. Provide a high-quality customer focused service to users of the library through participation in a circulation desk roster. Demonstrate self-motivation and self-management in the absence of the Campus Librarian, including monitoring equipment and building maintenance and maintaining presentation standards of the campus library and the collection. Assist the Campus Librarian in the delivery of information skills programs and library orientations. Assist with database and collection maintenance and the application of new technology to library processes. Contribute to the development and application of work processes and guidelines within the Library and Information Services as a whole and with reference to the Central Australian Campus library. Participate in promoting the services and resources of the library to Institute staff and students. Selection Criteria Demonstrated ability to work effectively in culturally diverse teams within the social, political, and cultural environments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, communities, and organisations. Highly effective interpersonal skills including proficient written and oral communication which can be adapted to meet the needs of people from all educational levels. Demonstrated initiative and managing workload priorities. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team as well as ability to work with minimum supervision. Successfully achieve workplace objectives with attention to detail and proven organisational skills. Demonstrated capacity to meaningfully engage with a range of stakeholders in a customer service context exercising initiative, discretion, and quality communication skills. Experience in a range of computer programs and ability to trouble shoot problems. Ongoing commitment to personal professional skills development and lifelong learning principles. Understanding of Work Health and Safety principles and practices, and ability to comply with Institute WHS Policies and Procedures. Selection Criteria – Desirable Previous experience in a library environment. For more information please contact Melissa Raymond on 0439 823 596. • Fri, 31 MayBatchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education
Information Management Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Permanent opportunity for an experienced Information Management Officer. Add immediate value with your wealth of experience Your Organisation Woodforde Group is partnering exclusively with Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) to seek a new Information Management Officer to join their team. Located in the Brisbane CBD and offering hybrid working arrangements, this organisation is Queensland's economic regulator. Their primary function is to assist in preventing monopoly businesses from inappropriately using their market power. Businesses they regulate are those that operate vital infrastructure in Queensland including railways, ports, water and energy. As a team of just over 40 employees, they have a strong history of retention within the business and a savvy leadership team who have decades of experience. Your Role As the Information Management Officer, your role is integral to ensuring all aspects of the QCA's document management system are maintained. You will add value through advising, collaborating and leading this function to improve procedures and practices. This role sits within the Corporate Services Team of 8 and your direct manager is highly approachable with a great sense of humour, as is the Senior Leadership Team. Reporting to the Manager of Finance and Administration, your role will involve: - Registration, filing, closure, storage, retrieval archiving and destruction of QCA records and documents and ensuring appropriate document security controls are in place - Controlling confidential information registers - Monitoring compliance with the QCA information management process - Developing and delivering record management training programs including training new employees in the DMS (imanage) - Providing ongoing DMS support and advice to management and staff as required, including on standards to release information, records retention, information and confidentiality - Developing policies and procedures related to document management to maximise the use of, and protect access to, the QCA’s information resources - Making recommendations for system improvements - Manage Right to Information and Information Privacy Requests - Liaise with external key stakeholders in relation to procedure and documentation requirements - Coordinate mail delivery and receipts - Undertake librarian duties - Provide Executive Assistant and Corporate Services administration relief support as required Selection Criteria and Recruitment Process Suitability for this role will be assessed on your previous relevant experience, potential for development and personal qualities. Considerations will be formed around how well you demonstrate: - Experience in an information management role with electronic document / information management systems - Your understanding of information management responsibilities and information asset custodianship requirements outlined by Queensland State Archives - Clear understanding of the Governance framework, compliance and confidentiality requirements - MS Office suite software skills including advanced Word, Outlook and intermediate Excel skills - Your interpersonal skills and communication skills to engage effectively with both internal and external key stakeholders. - Organisational skills and ability to work autonomously This role ideally requires a full time incumbent with a salary range between $90 - $115K 12.75% super. Salary will be determined based on experience. About You To be successful for this role, you will have relevant qualifications in information / record management or business administration along with 4 - 5 years experience working within a similar role. You will have exemplary communication skills and have meticulous attention to detail. Selection Process The selection process is based on suitability in relation to the role, required competencies and core capabilities as detailed in the selection criteria and include a range of selection techniques. Only applicants who meet the following citizenship requirements can be appointed permanently: - Australian Citizen - Residing in Australia and have permission under a Commonwealth law to work in Australia What's in it for you? You will be working in a collaborative environment with a team that is committed to fostering a diverse, culturally safe and inclusive environment. You will be part of an organisation that acts at all times with integrity and harbours an environment guided by values that ensure balanced and considered decisions are made in a principled way. Other benefits include: - 12.75% superannuation - 13 weeks long service leave after 10 years - Access to Employee Assistance Program - Purchased Leave program - Opportunities for regular professional development and networking opportunities - A culture that actively supports work life balance and flexible working arrangements What next? Please apply below including: - A copy of your resume highlighting relevant experience and qualifications - A cover letter demonstrating your capability in relation to the selection criteria above. For further information about QCA to support your application, please feel free to contact Stef at Woodforde Group on 07 3062 9280 or email hellowoodfordegroup.com.au APPLICATIONS CLOSE MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 16TH OF JUNE • Fri, 31 MayWoodforde Group
Research Librarian » Sydney, NSW - Research Librarian About the Role: As a Research Librarian, you will play a pivotal role in delivering business... • Fri, 31 MayPaxus$60 - 85 per hour
Research Librarian » Sydney, NSW - Senior Application Support Adelaide Based Role Full time Permanent Position Candidates will valid Australian Visa will be considered for this position. The client does not offer visa sponsorship. One of our clients is looking for a sp... • Fri, 31 May
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Service Asset and Configuration Librarian » Australia - As a Configuration Librarian reporting to the Configuration Manager, you will be responsible for working with the ITSM team in a project to implement Enterprise level CSDM and CMDB from ground up with a key focus of delivering the objectives in the configuration management plan. Once the CMDB project transitions to BAU at a high level you will be responsible for the following: Undertakes reviews and audits that verify the physical existence of service providers Cls, and checks that they are correctly recorded in the configuration management database (CMDB). Maintains and makes available a current and consolidated CMDB. Creates hardware and software configuration baselines The key duties of the position include Plans the capture and management of configuration items and related information. Agrees scope of configuration management processes and the configuration items (Cls) and related information to be controlled. Identifies, evaluates, and manages the adoption of appropriate tools, techniques and processes (including automation) for configuration management. Contributes to planning and executing of risk-based audit of existing and planned processes, products, systems, and services. Carries out capability improvement assignments, such as maturity or performance assessments to identify strengths and weaknesses. Selects and prioritises improvement opportunities, generates buy-in and plans improvement activities justified by measurable organisational benefits. For all queries relating to the responsibilities of the position, please contact Ilyas Mohideen at ilyas.mohideendigitalhealth.gov.au • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Librarian » Perth, Perth Region - The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) is seeking a Librarian to join our Library Services team. Library Services is a national team that maintains and develops online and print collections, liaises with publishers, trains and educates library users in accessing information effectively, develops and delivers timely reference, research and current awareness services for members and staff and develops and maintains the library management system that supports research and access to the collections. The Librarian organises and manages the nominated Registry library collection/s, provides high quality reference and research services as part of a national service, helps develop and deliver current awareness services and library user training, reviews processes and assists with projects and other duties as required by the Assistant Director, Library Services. This is an ongoing - part-time role working 2 days per week or 0.4 FTE. We encourage and welcome applications from people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQA people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and mature age people. RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under the scheme; declare you have a disability; and meet the minimum requirements for the job. For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability The key duties of the position include Library collection development and maintenance: Organise and maintain nominated collections including assisting with developing and updating the AAT's Library Management system, file looseleaf updates, monitor information needs, update library intranet pages, help review collection policies, identify and assess possible additional resources to meet Tribunal needs. Reference and research: Deliver high quality, responsive reference and research services for Tribunal members and staff. Current awareness services: Help produce and deliver current awareness services to keep Tribunal members and staff updated on latest developments for certain areas of law / topics. Library Services training and support: Help develop and deliver training programs and support for library users in accessing online and print information services and e-learning resources. Limited service to external users: Provide a limited library service to parties, representatives and members of the public as appropriate. Library processes and projects: Contribute to library network process and service reviews, to Library projects and provide other assistance as required by the Assistant Director, Library Services. • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Technical Publications Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - At BAE Systems Australia Do interesting work that MATTERS ENJOY what you do GROW your career Be YOU We work in a thriving sector - one that puts us at the forefront of exciting and meaningful work. Every day we push boundaries to produce some of the world's most innovative and ground breaking technology. Individually we all contribute to our success. Collectively we make the impossible possible. Recognised for delivering projects of global and national significance that help keep Australia safe, it is our shared passion that shapes our culture, and our people that make it a great place to work. About the OPPORTUNITY We have an exciting opportunity for a Technical Publications Manager to join our Hunter Class Frigate program. This position can be offered in Melbourne, Vic or Adelaide, SA You will be responsible for driving innovative technical publication solutions in the Hunter Class Frigate Program and will lead a team of Tech Pub Authors, Illustrators and Multi-Media experts. Visit our website to know about the Hunter Class Frigate program: https://www.baesystems.com/en-aus/what-we-do/hunter Key responsibilities include: Manage the Technical Publications team to develop and deliver program specific deliverables based upon the program requirements. Lead and contribute towards writing Technical, Operational and Maintenance Manuals for the frigates Working collaboratively with maintenance analysts, engineering, illustrators and other key contributors to deliver a high quality publication. Review, proof read and edit the publications to ensure the consistency of a high quality product. Be responsible multi-media and product innovation Manage cost & schedule, and allocation of workload across the team Collaborate with Engineers Managers and stakeholders across the program to develop capability and domain expertise Make recommendations for improvement of processes and procedures with respect to publications development and ILS. Identify skill set requirement and resource recruitment About YOU Demonstrated experience delivering large and complex technical projects and leading teams of technical authors, Illustrators, Librarians, multi-media experts etc. A background in supporting the application and review of engineering management, test & validation, safety analysis and asset management Experience in writing policies and procedures, data management, technical writing & illustration services Demonstrated understanding of S1000D Experience of working within a team environment on a complex multidisciplinary project Exceptional ability to use good written and verbal communication skills Ability to perform allocated tasks under pressure/time constraints. Exceptional interpersonal skills and confidence dealing with all levels of Management and personnel. Exposure to and knowledge of structured authoring tools A background in the defence sector is desirable We embrace flexible work arrangements at BAE Systems Australia, such as working a 9-day fortnight and hybrid working. We believe in hiring for potential, we know that some candidate hesitate if they don't tick all the boxes. If this role interests you, but you don't meet all the criteria, we still encourage you to apply. About US You will joining a workplace that truly cares about your wellbeing. Our people are diverse and we value the variety of perspectives this brings, we know that a culture that is inclusive and fosters a sense of belonging is a place we can all make the most of our unique talents and be our best. As Australia's largest defence company in a rapidly growing sector, you will be connected into a global team and encouraged to explore where your career might take you whether that is a traditional career path or squiggly one, there are infinite possibilities for you at BAE Systems Australia. We welcome applicants from all people regardless of sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, age, or other lived experience; and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all positions. We are proud to be recognised as an employer of choice for women by WORK180. As a member of the Circle Back Initiative we commit to respond to every applicant To learn more about our competitive employee benefits, flexibility, other employment opportunities and what to expect from our recruitment process please visit: www.baesystemscareers.com.au Clearances As a Defence security clearance required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and either possess or be eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearances. Further information regarding security clearances. • Fri, 31 MayBAE Systems Plc
Research Librarian » Sydney, Sydney Region - 66 Month Federal Government Contract Candidates must hold an AGSVA Baseline Clearnce Sydney office location, hybrid work, 2 days WFH Our Federal Government Client is looking for a Research Librarian to assist with a number of data focused duties in support of the Department's primary purpose, starting mid July 2024. The Research Librarian will be responsible for: Analysing and responding to requests by researching, evaluating, selecting, and presenting data and information to meet the needs of internal and external clients. Organise and coordinate the delivery of current awareness services, including the creation and distribution of newsletters and alerts. Provide formal and informal training in the use of subscription databases and other information resources. Work collaboratively with internal client groups to develop and deliver tailored information services and resources. Assist in the ongoing development and maintenance of the Information Centre's intranet site. Assist with a range of technical and administrative functions, including the measurement and recording of the team's activities Skills and experience required to be suitable for the role: Proficiency in the use of aggregated news and business information databases and proprietary sources, including: - detailed knowledge of content, functionality, and classification systems. - ability to formulate complex search strategies on a customised query-specific basis. - understanding of licence agreements, including access arrangements and usage restrictions. Experience in the use and handling of data and information in a range of formats for distribution and presentation to internal and external clients. Demonstrated ability to work independently to prioritise tasks, organise time and meet deadlines. Proven ability to train, coach and mentor end-users in the use of information resources. Awareness of the digital environment and how to engage with clients in a digital first manner. The apply for the role please call Jon at Recruitment Hive on 02 6299 1006 or click the apply button to send your interest. Job ID JB9468 closes at midday on Thursday 6th June. • Thu, 30 MayRecruitment Hive
Prestigious Independent School | Teacher Librarian required » Toolern Vale, Melton Area - Join a phenomenal Independent School on a full-time basis in a dynamic Teacher Librarian position, ongoing from Term 3 Are you passionate about fostering a love for learning and literacy in young minds? Do you thrive in a dynamic educational environment where you can make a lasting impact? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you We are seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic Teacher Librarian to join a wonderful school community. As the heart of the library, you will play a pivotal role in inspiring students to explore the vast world of knowledge through literature, research, and technology. This Incredible Independent School in Melboure's North Western Region is large in size and personality, setting the local standard for excellence and is committed to providing every student with an holistic and enriching education. Join them in a full-time, ongoing position and enjoy the flexibility of your teaching allotment and an above average salary to match. The Role Teacher Librarian Term 3 commencement Full-Time position Ability to teach another subject (i.e. English, maths, etc) will be highly regarded Leadership are willing to nurture your professional development and career growth as soon as you walk in the door, so don't miss out on this FANTASTIC opportunity Pre-requisites: Relevant qualifications and experience Strong knowledge of library management systems and digital resources You must have VIT registration Graduates welcome and encouraged to apply Valid Australian Working Rights Proven organisational skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills If you are a Teacher Librarian seeking the perfect position, we want to hear from you Send your updated resume and cover letter via the Apply Now position or by an expression of interest via melbournefrontlineeducation.com.au alternatively, contact Ellen at Frontline Education Melbourne on 0410 134 272 , quoting Ref No. 201267 for a confidential discussion. Check out our website: https://www.frontlinerecruitmentgroup.com/education/ • Thu, 30 MayMelbourne Education
Children & Youth Services Librarian » Australia - Services Librarian is an important role within the team providing ensuring that we have vibrant and relevant library... collections and engaging programs for the children and youth of Bayside. This position reports to the Brighton Branch Librarian... • Thu, 30 MayBayside City Council
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Director, Social Policy » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is recruiting for a Parliamentary Executive Level 2 Director, Social Policy within Research. The Section's work is diverse and interesting, and involves responding directly to Senators, Members and their staff to provide information, analysis or tailored briefings, frequently within tight deadlines. The Parliamentary Librarian is required by the Parliamentary Service Act 1999 to, among other things: ' provide high quality information, analysis and advice to Senators and Members of the House of Representatives in support of their parliamentary and representational roles.' The Act requires the Parliamentary Librarian to perform this function: In a timely, impartial and confidential manner; and Maintaining the highest standards of scholarship and integrity; and On the basis of equality of access for all Senators, Members of the House of Representatives, parliamentary committees and staff acting on behalf of Senators, Members or parliamentary committees; and Having regard to the independence of Parliament from the Executive Government of the Commonwealth. Our Ideal candidate: We are looking for a person with relevant tertiary qualifications, and knowledge and understanding of social policy issues including welfare, migration, education and health. To be effective in this role, you will need to have a strong understanding of client service, be able to lead a section of more than 15 researchers, and manage staff to ensure work is prepared to a high standard. The key duties of the position include Please click the "apply now" button to go to the DPS Careers Webpage where you can find more information about the position and relevant duty statement. • Thu, 30 MayAPS
Director, Social Policy » Australia - . The Parliamentary Librarian is required by the Parliamentary Service Act 1999 to, among other things: '… provide high... of their parliamentary and representational roles.' The Act requires the Parliamentary Librarian to perform this function: In a timely... • Wed, 29 MayParliament of Australia
Manager, Library & Information Services SA & NT » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Position Overview The Manager, Library & Information Services SA & NT works as part of the Federal Court of Australia Library Network to provide a high-level information and research library service to Judges and all other staff of the Federal Court of Australia, the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia and National Native Title Tribunal. Reporting to the Director, Library and Information Services, the Manager, Library & Information Services SA & NT has primary responsibility for the efficient day to day management of the South Australian library by maintaining and enhancing the South Australian library collections and services within budget; providing library training and induction to Judges, legal and other staff; and contributing to current awareness services produced by the Library Network. The key duties of the position include 1. Provide high level information and research library services to Judges and all other staff Respond to requests for information from Judges and all other staff. Consult on and identify purchasing priorities and library issues. Alert Judges and staff to new publications and developments in the library. Keep abreast of the latest legal developments of importance to the jurisdiction of the Courts and the NNTT. Contribute to the current awareness services produced by the Library Network. 2. Maintain and enhance the South Australian library collection and services within budget Manage the maintenance of the Judges' chambers, Floor libraries and Registries collections in Adelaide and Darwin. Monitor the financial expenditure of the collections and ensure they are within the annual allocation. Select and acquire new publications in accordance with the Collection Development Policy and within budget allocation. 3. Provide Library training and induction for Judges, legal and other staff Develop and deliver training sessions for Judges, Associates, Registrars and Members. Keep abreast of developments in legal research tools and facilitate training from outside providers/vendors. 4. Leadership skills including the ability to foster team and individual performance Maintain a productive and harmonious work team in accordance with sound management principles. Lead and motivate staff. 5. Contribute to the strategic and business objectives of the organisation Complete important projects and tasks within the agreed time frames. Participate in regular national Library Managers' meetings. Regularly report to the Director, Library and Information Management on the operation of the South Australian Library. Evaluate new technology as a mechanism for improving the delivery of library and information services and better utilisation of resources nationally. Maintain regular liaison with relevant professional bodies and associations in the library and information sector e.g. ALIA, ALLA, AGLIN, AIJA Court Librarians. • Wed, 29 MayAPS
Head of Library » Frenchville, Rockhampton - The Rockhampton Grammar School is currently recruiting for a full-time, Head of Library to join our School. The Head of Library plays a pivotal role in fostering a culture of reading, research, and information literacy within our school community. This position combines the responsibilities of a librarian with teaching and educational leadership. This position is a full-time position on a 5-year tenure with a competitive salary of up to $143,582.00 p.a, plus super and benefits. (Note: this pay-scale is reflective of the applicants teaching experience in accordance with the RGS EBA). Commencement for this position is Term 3 or Term 4, as negotiated with the successful candidate. The Rockhampton Grammar School was founded in 1881 and is an independent co-educational day and boarding school, educating and caring for students from Prep to Year 12, as well as the Early Learning Years. The School is the largest independent boarding school in Queensland and the second largest co-educational boarding school in Australia. It is a leading school in regional Queensland and one of the foremost schools in regional Australia. The Rockhampton Grammar School has achieved great success in the academic, cultural, sporting and vocational fields over the past 143 years. The School has a total enrolment of over 1,400 (Prep to Year 12) students who are exposed to our broad curriculum, giving effect to our commitment of Grow in Character and Scholarship. As part of our teaching team, we provide a supportive, flexible working environment where care for all our staff is an important part of our ethos. We employ motivated people who want to work together to produce excellent outcomes for our staff and students. Our staff are recognised as being central to achieving our mission. The School values co-curricular involvement and provide a wide variety of opportunities for staff in this regard. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the Deputy to the Headmaster; the Head of Library will ensure that library services and facilities meet the needs of students and staff. The Head of Library will collaborate with educators, students, and administrators to support the School's curriculum, promote a love for reading, and enhance digital and information literacy skills among students. Duties will include (but not be limited to): Curriculum Integration Collaborate with teachers to plan, teach, evaluate and assess to ensure effective integration of information literacy, research, reading, literature, literacy and trans literacy skills into curriculum areas Design and deliver instructional programmes that support classroom learning objectives. Provide resources and support for project-based learning, research, and multimedia presentations. Create and nurture an information-rich learning environment which supports the needs of the School community. Promote independent learning, research and inquiry. Collection Development Select and acquire books, digital resources, and educational materials that align with the curriculum and meet the diverse needs of students. Maintain an up-to-date and engaging collection of print and digital resources. Remove outdated or irrelevant materials to ensure a relevant and vibrant collection. Reading Promotion Promote a culture of reading by teaching library reading classes, sharing books with students, including peer to peer sharing and promotions, organising reading events, book clubs, and author visits. Encourage independent reading by recommending age-appropriate and engaging books to students. Information Literacy Teach students information literacy skills, including locating and evaluating sources, organising information to make it meaningful, citing references, and conducting effective research - and be able to effectively communicate the information to others. Provide guidance on digital citizenship, online safety and responsible use of information. Technology Integration Integrate technology tools and digital resources to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Provide training and support to teachers and students on digital tools and library databases. Educational Innovation Maintain awareness of best practice in the Library and Education sectors through involvement in relevant networks and reading of professional literature. Support continuous improvement, evaluation and evidence-based innovation in school library programmes. Collaboration and Professional Development Collaborate with teachers to plan and implement interdisciplinary projects and lessons. Participate in professional development to stay updated on library trends, educational technology, and teaching methodologies. Library Leadership and Management Create and implement a Library Vision and Mission. Provide inspiration and leadership to develop the performance of the Library team. Manage library operations, including cataloging, circulation, and inventory management. Maintain a welcoming and organised library space conducive to learning and research. Deliver core library services during desk shifts, including shelving, circulation, reference queries, information literacy and student supervision. Work with the Library Team in delivering information literacy initiatives and strategies. Manage Library budgeting and record keeping requirements. Advocacy and Outreach Advocate for the library's role in education to school leadership, teachers, and parents. Collaborate with school libraries, public libraries and community organisations to enhance resources and opportunities for students. Any other tasks as requested by the Deputy to the Headmaster. N.B This position description contains the most important duties and tasks regarding the job to be done. It is not an exclusive/exhaustive list. REQUIRED SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE An ALIA accredited graduate or post graduate Library and Information qualifications that include specialisations related to the school library context; QCT registration or ability to obtain QCT registration; Strong knowledge of library cataloging systems, digital resources, and educational technology; Knowledge of workplace health and safety and school related legislation (desirable); Well-evidenced planning, organisational, analytical and decision-making skills; Passion for promoting reading and information literacy skills among students; Excellent collaboration and communication skills; and Ability to adapt to changing technologies and educational trends. KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES Specialist knowledge of information literacy, resource management, technology, and library management; Have a sound knowledge of young adult literature and how to promote and foster a love of reading; Have a sound knowledge of the Australian Curriculum; Proven ability to teach a secondary class in the Department of your specialisation; Active member of Library networks, or demonstration of active membership of other professional networks; Excellent organisation, interpersonal and communication skills; Ability to multi-task and work in an engaging student environment; Willingness to help staff the Library roster outside school hours, flexibility to cover after school hours when other staff are unavailable. REQUIRED LICENCES/CERTIFICATES Queensland College of Teachers (QCT) Registration or ability to obtain; An ALIA accredited graduate or post graduate Library and Information qualifications that include specialisations related to the school library context; Professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association; Safeguarding Children Online Training Certificate. SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE The School takes child protection seriously, and as a staff member or volunteer of The Rockhampton Grammar School, you are required to meet the behaviour standards outlined in our Practice and Behaviour Guidelines. You will receive a copy of these guidelines as part of the induction process. Therefore, as a part of your duties and responsibilities, you are also required to: Provide a welcoming and safe environment for children and young people; Promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people to whom we provide services; Ensure that your interactions with children and young people are positive and safe; Provide adequate care and supervision of children and young people in your charge; Act as a positive role model for children and young people; Report any suspicions, concerns, allegations or disclosures of alleged abuse to management; Maintain valid “working with children” documentation; Undergo periodic “national criminal history record” checks; Report to management any criminal charges or convictions you receive during the course of your employment that may indicate a possible risk to children and young people; CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT The successful applicant will be subject to a “Working with Children Check and Criminal Records Check” where applicable. The School undertakes several screening processes to ensure the appropriate protection of children and young people in its care. This includes reference checks, identity checks qualification check and professional registration checks. HOW TO APPLY Read the Notice to all Candidates – Recruitment Policy on the RGS website ( http://www.rgs.qld.edu.au/employment) Complete an Application for Employment Form (Teaching) – found on RGS website ( http://www.rgs.qld.edu.au/employment) Submit your completed Application for Employment Form with your Cover Letter and comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and two referees to positionsrgs.qld.edu.au – applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm Friday 21st June 2024. Enquiries can be directed to Dani Donnelly (HR & Compliance Officer) on 07 4936 0707. Only successful applicants will be contacted The Rockhampton Grammar School reserves the right to amend this Position Description at its discretion in accordance with any legislative and/or operational requirements. • Tue, 28 MaySchoolHouse
Technical Publications Manager » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - At BAE Systems Australia Do interesting work that MATTERS ENJOY what you do GROW your career Be YOU We work in a thriving sector – one that puts us at the forefront of exciting and meaningful work. Every day we push boundaries to produce some of the world's most innovative and ground breaking technology. Individually we all contribute to our success. Collectively we make the impossible possible. Recognised for delivering projects of global and national significance that help keep Australia safe, it is our shared passion that shapes our culture, and our people that make it a great place to work. About the OPPORTUNITY We have an exciting opportunity for a Technical Publications Manager to join our Hunter Class Frigate program. This position can be offered in Melbourne, Vic or Adelaide, SA You will be responsible for driving innovative technical publication solutions in the Hunter Class Frigate Program and will lead a team of Tech Pub Authors, Illustrators and Multi-Media experts. Visit our website to know about the Hunter Class Frigate program: https://www.baesystems.com/en-aus/what-we-do/hunter Key responsibilities include: Manage the Technical Publications team to develop and deliver program specific deliverables based upon the program requirements. Lead and contribute towards writing Technical, Operational and Maintenance Manuals for the frigates Working collaboratively with maintenance analysts, engineering, illustrators and other key contributors to deliver a high quality publication. Review, proof read and edit the publications to ensure the consistency of a high quality product. Be responsible multi-media and product innovation Manage cost & schedule, and allocation of workload across the team Collaborate with Engineers Managers and stakeholders across the program to develop capability and domain expertise Make recommendations for improvement of processes and procedures with respect to publications development and ILS. Identify skill set requirement and resource recruitment About YOU Demonstrated experience delivering large and complex technical projects and leading teams of technical authors, Illustrators, Librarians, multi-media experts etc. A background in supporting the application and review of engineering management, test & validation, safety analysis and asset management Experience in writing policies and procedures, data management, technical writing & illustration services Demonstrated understanding of S1000D Experience of working within a team environment on a complex multidisciplinary project Exceptional ability to use good written and verbal communication skills Ability to perform allocated tasks under pressure/time constraints. Exceptional interpersonal skills and confidence dealing with all levels of Management and personnel. Exposure to and knowledge of structured authoring tools A background in the defence sector is desirable We embrace flexible work arrangements at BAE Systems Australia, such as working a 9-day fortnight and hybrid working. We believe in hiring for potential, we know that some candidate hesitate if they don't tick all the boxes. If this role interests you, but you don't meet all the criteria, we still encourage you to apply. About US You will joining a workplace that truly cares about your wellbeing. Our people are diverse and we value the variety of perspectives this brings, we know that a culture that is inclusive and fosters a sense of belonging is a place we can all make the most of our unique talents and be our best. As Australia's largest defence company in a rapidly growing sector, you will be connected into a global team and encouraged to explore where your career might take you whether that is a traditional career path or squiggly one, there are infinite possibilities for you at BAE Systems Australia. We welcome applicants from all people regardless of sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, age, or other lived experience; and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all positions. We are proud to be recognised as an employer of choice for women by WORK180. As a member of the Circle Back Initiative we commit to respond to every applicant To learn more about our competitive employee benefits, flexibility, other employment opportunities and what to expect from our recruitment process please visit: www.baesystemscareers.com.au Clearances As a Defence security clearance required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and either possess or be eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearances. Further information regarding security clearances. • Tue, 28 MayBAE Systems
Access and Engagement Librarian » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Access and Engagement Librarian Permanent Part Time – 28 hours per week (flexible) Band 5 – $76,910.76 - $89,109.06 per annum (pro-rata) super Supportive and Friendly team environment where we value growth and development Hybrid/flexible working arrangements and an emphasis on work/life balance Work in a dynamic and collaborative environment Yarra Libraries is seeking an experienced librarian to join their team and help deliver a range of programs designed to increase engagement and improve access to library services. We are looking for community-minded collaborators who champion diversity and are committed to reducing barriers for marginalised community members. Key responsibilities include: Leading the development and delivery of library services, programs and events that support and promote diversity and inclusion, lifelong learning, reader development and literacy (including author talks, workshops, and cultural events), Actively engaging with community groups and local organisations to position the library service as a partner of choice, Providing exceptional customer service responding to general information enquiries and proactively assisting members in using library services and resources, Supporting the day-to-day operations of our library branches (including shelving, circulation and collection maintenance as directed), Conducting administrative duties including invoicing, preparing program documentation and conducting evaluations. Although based at Collingwood Library, this role is expected to work across all five library branches and other service points throughout the week, including evenings and weekends as required. This role may be required to work one-in-four Saturday mornings. Yarra City Council is a progressive organisation. We pride ourselves on our inclusive culture. We aim to make a positive difference in people’s lives. For further information see the position description or contact Lizzie Gilmour, Team Leader Collingwood Library on 9426 5688 or Lizzie.Gilmouryarracity.vic.gov.au . 703637 - Access and Engagement Librarian - Position Description.docx Applications close on Friday 7 June 2024 at 11:55pm. In your application, please submit a copy of your Resume and a brief Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria (KSC) as outlined in the Position Description. A separate document addressing KSC is not required. This position is subject to a 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. • Sat, 25 MayYarra City Council
Teacher Librarian » New South Wales - Exciting Opportunity: For a Teacher Librarian based in Sydney's Vibrant CBD! About The School: Well renowned... • Fri, 24 MayFrontline Recruitment Group
Teacher Librarian » Harristown, Toowoomba - The Glennie School is an Anglican school for girls in Toowoomba, providing an exceptional education for Kindergarten to Year 12 students with boarding from Year 5. The School enjoys an excellent reputation for the quality of its programs, care and support offered to students, as well as the commitment, dedication, and professionalism of its staff. About the role: The School is currently seeking a Teacher Librarian to oversee the daily operations of the Senior Years Library and the ability to teach Language Skills classes for Years 7 and 8, in addition to other supervision duties. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of secondary schooling in an all-girls educational environment and will have expertise with high-quality pedagogical practices. About You: Tertiary qualifications and current Queensland College of Teachers registration. Experience in delivering education content with a commitment to teaching excellence. Have a deep understanding of the Principles of Instruction, High Impact Teaching Strategies and visible thinking routines, and how to implement them in a classroom setting. Supportive of innovative classroom practice and inspires within all students an appreciation of the subject. Ability to differentiate for a diverse group of non-selective students and teach to the strengths of girls. Strong interpersonal skills, enabling harmonious and positive relationships. Demonstrate excellence in communication, organisation, and time management skills. Willingness to continue to develop as a teacher. An ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Enthusiasm and ability to work towards the organisation's goals and strategic vision. Familiarity with legal obligations relating to child safety including mandatory reporting requirements. The Glennie School prides itself on the values that are imparted to students and will require the successful applicant to be supportive of the Anglican Ethos and comply with all state and legislative requirements under the operation of an independent school. The Glennie School teachers care about their students and are leaders in learning. We are focused on providing the best possible educational environment and ensuring that each girl's academic potential is maximised. Accordingly, we seek to attract, develop and retain staff of the highest calibre and provide a working environment that enables them to maximise their contribution to achieving the School's vision, mission, and values. The successful applicant will enjoy a stimulating work environment in a team of talented professionals. We value and acknowledge the skills, energy, and commitment of our employees. This is a fixed-term, full-time position. Commencing Term 3 2024 for the duration of the term (10 weeks). Your application: Please address your application to the Principal and include a cover letter, CV (please include QCT details), and the names and contact details of two referees. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please note, we will not proceed with applications that do not have the above information. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Emily Scott on , quoting Ref No. 1175324. • Fri, 24 MayThe Glennie School
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Spray Painter | Vehicle Painter - Perth » Bentley, Canning Area - To perform automotive spray-painting duties as per the nominated repair job sheet in leading repairer in the industry. THE CLIENT The client is the leader in the Australian and New Zealand collision repair industry and associated auto parts market. THE ROLE Follow all safety policies and procedures. Ensure appropriate PPE is worn at all times. Immediately report any safety incident or near miss to either the Production Manager or Centre Manager Clock on and off each day to reflect attendance and ensure always clocked onto a job or task Colour mix and match vehicle after vehicle has been prepared and is scheduled for painting. Ensure that job number is entered into paint mixing system. Build and maintain colour library (upon appointment as Colour Librarian) Prep vehicle as per Job Sheet requirements following paint supplier’s process Buff and denib vehicle as per Job Sheet Handle all vehicles with due care and attention Ensure appropriate usage of consumables and materials are used to avoid wastage. Upon request carry out minor/small repairs as per Job Sheet If required, notate broken parts/extra repairs and submit to Estimator. Ensure authorised before proceeding with additional work Double check new parts are correct and not damaged. If not, advise Parts Manager/Production Manager Ensure your work complies with QA standards and sign the QA Sheet to confirm you have checked your work and it meets standards. As required clean workbay/workshop Handle all company tools and equipment with due care and attention ensuring they remain safe, clean and in a workable condition. Coach apprentice (if assigned as a coach) Undertake all lawful and reasonable requests by management.\ THE CANDIDATE Candidate must be Trade Qualified Spray Painter Candidate must be Physically Fit. Ability to meet strict deadlines Excellent communication skills A willingness to learn A strong work ethic An attention to detail Able to work effectively and collaboratively with the team Be reliable, punctual & hardworking. Junior Mid Experienced Tradeperson of $60000 to $80000 Mid Senior Tradesperson $80000 - $100000 How to Apply If you think you have the above qualities, are looking for a new challenge, and believe you have what it takes to drive a team to succeed consistently, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking on the apply button below. Alternatively, you may email your application letter with resume to recruitmentkonnecting.com and quote reference 3373168R in the email subject. About Us KONNECTING is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Consultancy that sources candidates for niche roles. We are also a registered migration agency with the capability to process the Australian employer sponsored visa. For other jobs, including those offering visa sponsorship, or for other Australian visa information, you may visit the www.konnecting.com • Wed, 22 Maykonnecting
Spray Painter | Vehicle Painter - Townsville » North Ward, Townsville - To perform automotive spray-painting duties as per the nominated repair job sheet in leading repairer in the industry. THE CLIENT The client is the leader in the Australian and New Zealand collision repair industry and associated auto parts market. THE ROLE Follow all safety policies and procedures. Ensure appropriate PPE is worn at all times. Immediately report any safety incident or near miss to either the Production Manager or Centre Manager Clock on and off each day to reflect attendance and ensure always clocked onto a job or task Colour mix and match vehicle after vehicle has been prepared and is scheduled for painting. Ensure that job number is entered into paint mixing system. Build and maintain colour library (upon appointment as Colour Librarian) Prep vehicle as per Job Sheet requirements following paint supplier’s process Prime vehicle as per Job Sheet requirements following paint supplier’s process Paint vehicle as per Job Sheet requirements following paint supplier’s process Buff and denib vehicle as per Job Sheet Handle all vehicles with due care and attention Ensure appropriate usage of consumables and materials are used to avoid wastage. Upon request carry out minor/small repairs as per Job Sheet If required, notate broken parts/extra repairs and submit to Estimator. Ensure authorised before proceeding with additional work Double check new parts are correct and not damaged. If not, advise Parts Manager/Production Manager Ensure your work complies with QA standards and sign the QA Sheet to confirm you have checked your work and it meets standards. As required clean workbay/workshop Handle all company tools and equipment with due care and attention ensuring they remain safe, clean and in a workable condition. Coach apprentice (if assigned as a coach) Undertake all lawful and reasonable requests by management. THE CANDIDATE Candidate must be Trade Qualified Spray Painter Candidate must be Physically Fit. Ability to meet strict deadlines Excellent communication skills A willingness to learn A strong work ethic An attention to detail Able to work effectively and collaboratively with the team Be reliable, punctual & hardworking. Junior Mid Experienced Tradeperson of $60000 to $80000 Mid Senior Tradesperson $80000 - $100000 How to Apply If you think you have the above qualities, are looking for a new challenge, and believe you have what it takes to drive a team to succeed consistently, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking on the apply button below. Alternatively, you may email your application letter with resume to recruitmentkonnecting.com and quote reference 3373168Q in the email subject. About Us KONNECTING is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Consultancy that sources candidates for niche roles. We are also a registered migration agency with the capability to process the Australian employer sponsored visa. For other jobs, including those offering visa sponsorship, or for other Australian visa information, you may visit the www.konnecting.com • Wed, 22 Maykonnecting
Librarian » Brisbane, QLD - Librarian Knowledge | Brisbane Metropolitan Closing date: 23/06/2024 Cooper Grace Ward are seeking a passionate... and experienced Librarian to join our Knowledge team. In this role, you will be responsible for providing effective and efficient... • Tue, 21 MayCooper Grace Ward
Teacher Librarian | K-6 » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Teacher Librarian | Eastern suburbs Teacher Librarian | K-6 Commencing Term 3, 2024 Full time role Permanent Located in the Eastern suburbs Approx. 1700 students Job reference SH4513 SchoolHouse is working in partnership with an independent school for boys in the eastern suburbs. With a focus on education that is truly holistic, staff enjoy working in a school with a strong community culture where academic and wellbeing programs are prioritised. Benefits of working at the school: Professional Learning Opportunities Be part of a dedicated and committed teaching community Daily lunch and access to gym for staff Email niamh.mcgovernthe-schoolhouse.com.au or c all on 03 8007 2420 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY below. SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions • Mon, 20 MaySchoolHouse
Metadata and Access Librarian » Australia - Based at our Geelong, Waterfront Campus Full-time and continuing HEW 5 $77,114 - $86,490 17% Superannuation Why work with us? At Deakin you will have access to benefits such as a variety of leave options including generous parental leave and the ability to purchase additional leave; flexible working arrangements to help manage your work-life balance; ongoing learning and development opportunities to grow your career; an inclusive and supportive culture and environment to work in, both online and on campus. Who are we? Deakin is a cutting-edge public university in Victoria, revolutionising education with 61,000 students across five campuses: Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waurn Ponds, Geelong Waterfront, Warrnambool, and our dynamic online Campus. We're proud to be a progressive and open-minded university, delivering the highest student satisfaction in Victoria and consistently ranked in the top 1% of the world's universities. The Metadata and Access Librarian contributes to the description and discoverability of collections and information resources. Operating within a dynamic workplace environment, the role performs a range of metadata creation and maintenance activities for physical and electronic collections, ensuring the integrity and quality of records in the library management system and troubleshooting and resolving access issues with resources. As part of a small immediate team of Metadata and Access Librarians the role works closely with other members of the wider Metadata and Discovery Team and other internal and external stakeholders to maximise the discoverability of electronic collections and liaises with other Library teams to establish, maintain and troubleshoot access to resources. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are integral to the role, as is attention to detail and the ability to resolve issues. The position provides high-level customer service and technical support to University users and Library staff. As a Metadata and Access Librarian you will: Create and maintain records in the library management system to accurately reflect electronic and print collection and provide electronic access points to digital collections Update external knowledge bases and monitor the accuracy of data ingested into the library management system Establish, maintain and troubleshoot access to resources Generate new ideas and shares those ideas with others in the work area to improve process and practice Deliver effective and efficient outcomes and outputs against team and operational work plans Recognise the importance of teamwork and of effective communication amongst team members and build rapport within immediate team in ways that are respectful and inclusive of others Build productive relationships with a diverse range of existing stakeholders and actively seek to maintain positive relationships To be successful, you’ll have: Degree and/or postgraduate qualifications in library and information science conferring eligibility for Associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or training Demonstrated knowledge of integrated library management systems Demonstrated knowledge of metadata standards Demonstrated experience working with complex databases and/or information resource knowledge bases Demonstrated knowledge of electronic resource management Here's how to apply: Please submit your updated resume and a short cover letter outlining your skills and experience. For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Ian Apted (Senior Metadata and Access Librarian) at i.apteddeakin.edu.au For a copy of the position description, please see below: PD - 537904 - Metadata & Access Librarian_HEW 5.pdf Applications for this position close on 2 nd June 2024. Special Requirements Regular travel will be required particularly between campus libraries Infrequent travel may be required interstate and within Victoria Working with Children Check (refer to Recruitment Procedure) Are You Ready? Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community. We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success. We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders. • Fri, 17 MayDeakin University
Library Technician, Student Experience » Perth Region, Western Australia - Description Library Technician Based o n our Fremantle Campus Full-time , Continuing role Join a national university committed to excellence in education, scholarship and research Join the university that takes a personalised approach to education $ 69,577 to $ 74,059 pa (Level 4 ) plus 14% super annuation ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY The University of Notre Dame Australia is a private Catholic University with over 1,000 permanent staff providing an exceptional educational experience to over 12,000 students across our Fremantle, Broome, and Sydney campuses, as well as clinical schools in Victoria and New South Wales. ABOUT THE ROLE This role sits within the Pro Vice Chancellor, Student Experience portfolio which includes Student Success, Indigenous Education, Chaplaincy, Libraries, Student Life and Wellness. The University Library consists of six libraries networked across Australia. While the individual libraries are managed locally, they report nationally to the University Librarian. This role will report to the Manager, Access Services. Key Responsibilities Providing circulation and lending services as well as assisting library clients with information and general research enquiries. Participating in the acquisition, copy cataloguing, serials fulfilment and maintenance and end-processing of information resources for inclusion in the library collection. Assisting with the delivery of research skills instruction Providing supervision of casual employees. Participating in the development of procedures and subsequent training of library staff in those procedures Developing and maintaining an understanding of the library services as a whole, including workflows, the r oles and responsibilities of other staff and relevant policies, procedures and systems Comply with all other reasonable training and duties as identified by the line manager (or delegate. Comply with University policies and procedures in all aspects of their work and conduct. ABOUT YOU Supportive of the Objects of Notre Dame as a Catholic University. Completion of a relevant formal qualification with relevant work experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and education/training . Experienced in the principles of library information services and a demonstrated ability to follow and interpret policies, procedures and standards . Demonstrated ability to apply high level communication, customer service and interpersonal skills (both verbal and written). Demonstrated knowledge of the processes required to obtain scholarly information resources and t o provide access to these resources. Demonstrated ability to display initiative and reliability, assume responsibility for tasks and projects and to resolve problems. Effective time management and organisational skills with a demonstrated ability to respond to changing priorities, solve problems, meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks. The ability to work cooperatively with others to accomplish joint tasks and common objectives in own team and across the university. Demonstrated proficiency in using and promoting a range of information technology services, including the ability to apply skills required to use a range of Library related software. BENEFITS • On-site gym and fitness programs available • Located in historic Fremantle • Discounted study at the University CONTACT US For enquiries about the role or to request a copy of the Position Description, please contact Marcia Rodrigues , Talent Acquisition Partner at [email protected] For job specific enquiries please contact Lucy Kelleher, Access Librarian at [email protected] HOW TO APPLY Please apply online with a resume and cover letter, which includes responses to the selection criteria (About You) outlining your suitability for the role. Applications close 29 May 2024 Applicants are expected to have current and valid work rights in Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. The University of Notre Dame Australia seeks to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the different needs of the University and its stakeholders and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our staff. • Thu, 16 MayThe University of Notre Dame
LIBRARIAN » Australia - Division: [[division]]  Unit: [[filter1]]   Section: [[filter2]]  Salary: AUD [[salaryMin]] per annum plus Superannuation Employment status: [[filter3]]  Employment arrangement: [[filter4]] Location: Various across City of Sydney library branches Option to work under a 19-day month arrangement  Caring for our city, creating a future for all Our people are passionate about their communities and connected to their teams. They’re motivated by our genuine commitment to diversity and inclusion, and our clear, compelling plan for our global city: Sustainable Sydney 2030 – 2050 Continuing the Vision .  Be part of a purpose-led organisation, with care at its core. You’ll make a difference by acting in the best interests of our communities and city. Be better together with collaborative and inclusive partnerships. Embrace possibilities and be open to new ideas and creating bold solutions.  The City of Sydney Library provides a space for our vibrant communities to grow, learn connect and create. The nine branches offer a key front-line service in the community for local residents, students, visitors, tourists and workers. We are seeking an enthusiastic, customer focussed and motivated Librarian to join the City of Sydney Library Information Services team. As part of this dynamic team you will be responsible for: Effective delivery of information services Creating an exceptional customer experience that delivers initiatives and partnerships that promote access to resources Facilitating staff engagement with resources and industry best practice to continuously develop professional skills Contributing to strategic planning and capabilities of Library Information Services including systems and data analysis Developing and improving user experience of library management systems and processes Supporting library learning programs The successful candidate will have experience in: Excellent customer service High level of digital literacy Excellent written and verbal communication Leadership and staff supervision, including coaching and training Applicants must be willing and prepared to undertake weekend work, and work across any of the nine City branches as required. At the City of Sydney you’ll join a dedicated team where individual effort is part of something much bigger – creating great things for our city’s dynamic future . To apply: Upload your resume and respond to the application questions to show how you meet the role’s requirements. Select 'Apply' to complete your online application. The successful applicant is required to complete a pre-employment Medical Examination, Health Declaration and Working with Children Check. Position description: View or download the position description Applications must be submitted online by 11:59pm, Tuesday 11 June 2024. For further information contact: Luke McMaster, Team Leader – Library Information Services on 0428 214 667. A challenging and rewarding career: Why joining the City of Sydney might be the right move for you. We offer a teams-based approach to flexibility. Our flexible working benefits include 26 week parental leave, paid partner leave of 6 weeks and paid super for up to 52 weeks of parental leave. You’ll have the opportunity to work a 19-day month with flexible working options. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and celebrate a workplace as diverse as our communities. We’re passionate about gender balance in the workplace, with an executive team that is two-thirds female and 50% of our leadership roles held by women. We encourage all applicants, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, and people of diverse sexualities and genders to join us. We’re a disability confident recruiter. If you identify as a person with disability and require adjustments or support for your application and throughout the recruitment process contact the Recruitment Team recruitmentcityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or 02 9265 9333. • Thu, 16 MayCity of Sydney
Technical Data Librarian » Woolloomooloo, Sydney - Title: Technical Data Librarian Title: Technical Data Librarian Your KBR future - delivering solutions and changing the world About KBR: Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) is a leading Defence and Government professional services provider. In Australia, KBR has been delivering solutions to Defence and Defence industry for over 20 years. We provide in-depth expertise to a wide range of Defence sector projects through our core competencies of program and project management, engineering, asset management, integrated logistics support, procurement and training solutions. Learn more about our business here. Capability Life Cycle Management (CLCM) The CLCM is integrated into the System Program Office (SPO) and contracted to deliver through-life asset management of Products being supported (PBS). The CLCM performs asset, sustainment and engineering functions to optimise availability and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and minimise risk through life of the PBS. The CLCM works collaboratively via the SPO with Regional Maintenance Centre's (RMC) to plan maintenance activities and installation of capability upgrades. The CLCM works collaboratively via the SPO with the Design Services Contract (DSC) to plan and execute engineering changes and services. The CLCM delivers functions against the contract scope across the Asset Class Enterprise to support Defence Maritime Capability. The Opportunity: The Technical Data Librarian is responsible to the Configuration and Data Manager for the management of technical document on the PBS. The Technical Data Librarian will manage and coordinate a document assurance program in order to keep current the suite of technical documents that support the PBS. Responsibilities: Manage and coordinate the customers virtual technical library documentation. Manage amendments to technical documents by the CLCM, third parties and other Defence agencies. Support development of basic Structured Querying Language (SQL) queries Interpret and manipulate relational and object oriented database schemas. Provide Data Analysis support to internal and external client stakeholders. Assist in the conversion of various data formats in preparation for upload into a component of the Data Management Environment Assist in the validation of various data formats and provide feedback (written and verbal) to the originator with recommended solutions Assist internal stakeholders in the use of applications used in the Data Management Environment including but not limited to: Objective, JIRA, AMPS, CMT, and external clients. Participate in the Data Assurance frameworks in place across the data management environment through the execution of processes including Security/Access Management, Data Integrity and Data Alignment. As the ideal candidate you will bring: Essential: Minimum of 2 years Database Administration Experience. Data Management Experience in an Asset management environment Experience with Objective, AMPS, CMT. Qualifications or Certification in at least one of the following: SQL Server databases Ingres Database Oracle Experience with MS Access databases including query and report development.: Advanced Microsoft Excel skills Document writing skills including authoring of processes and procedures, internal training material and preparation of reports from the data management system. Must be eligible for ITAR clearance of relevant ship systems. Desirable: Degree or equivalent work experience in lieu of degree. Experience in Training delivery - Certificate IV. Experience in a Marine environment. Experience with Department of Defence design delivery. Experience in SCPM. All candidates will be required to hold and maintain an active Baseline Defence Security Clearance. Only candidates holding a Baseline Clearance or above should apply. What we will offer you: A workplace culture certified as a Great Place To Work Flexible working Competitive salary (including annual reviews) Paid parental leave Income protection Corporate rewards Salary packaging/Novated leasing Employee stock purchase plans Flu shots, skin checks and discounted private health insurance Career development: Online learning, mentorship and career pathways If you're ready to shape tomorrow, let's get started. Apply Now KBR acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connections to land, sea, community and culture. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. KBR is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing an inclusive and diverse work environment. We encourage candidates of all abilities to apply. As a Major Service Provider of the Australian Defence Force, an AGSVA security clearance will be required and compliance to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). As such, our hiring decisions are based on the key requirements of each role and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and experiences. LI-AH1 • Thu, 16 MayKBR
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