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Training Librarian » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Information Management/Library Classification PO3 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/LAQ/547803 Closing date 10-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration until 3 January 2025 Contact person Allison Jones, Library Manager Contact details 3917 0423 Access the National Relay Service The Legal Aid Queensland library performs an essential role in supporting and enabling the work of the organisation. The library acquires, organises, maintains and provides access to a comprehensive collection of paper, audio visual, electronic and online legislation, law reports and other publications. The library also designs, develops, maintains and provides access to a range of specialist in-house legal infobases and knowledge sharing applications. These resources are accessed by in-house staff, preferred suppliers, community legal centres, the magistracy and the judiciary. Library staff provide training and support in accessing and effectively utilising these resources. As the librarian, you will contribute to the provision of high-quality library and information services to meet the needs of the library's customers. About you You have knowledge of library practices and procedures, ideally in a legal or special library environment. You are competent in using relevant information technologies, including library management systems, online information resources and web technologies. You can assess information and training needs and develop and deliver training for library customers, ideally in a legal or special library environment. You can provide instruction and support to customers in effective use of library collections, services, products and systems on office and mobile devices. You can provide research and reference services and ideally have a sound knowledge of relevant legal resources and research strategies and techniques. You have sound interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, and can build and sustain relationships with team members, other colleagues and external stakeholders. You can work autonomously and within a team and can plan ahead and monitor task progress to ensure deadlines and quality standards are met. You possess qualifications in library and information studies which provide eligibility for Associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association. Why work for us? 36.25 hrs per week (full time hours) 12.75% employer super contributions Flexible working hours Generous salary packaging available Study leave for approved work-related courses. How to apply To apply please submit your resume/CV that details your relevant experience, work history and qualifications, and two referees. Questions? Contact Allison Jones (Library Manager) - 3917 0423 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. PO3 Training Librarian Position Description (PDF, 358KB) Role Description Applying for a role at Legal Aid Queensland (PDF, 441KB) Information Package for Applicants • Tue, 27 FebQueensland Government
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Senior Librarian (Research and Academic Engagement) » Nedlands, Nedlands Area - Level 7, full-time appointment on an ongoing basis. Base salary range: $95,737 – $106,223 p.a. (pro-rata) plus 17% superannuation. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the team The University Library provides information resources, services, systems and spaces to support, stimulate and innovate teaching, learning and research. The University Library is committed to developing and delivering services to be strategic enablers for the University in meeting its goals; enabling and promoting the creation, storage, transfer and seamless access to information and collaborating closely with the University community to deliver innovative solutions for their research, teaching and learning needs. The University Library has two sections – Research & Collections and Engagement & Experience. The Engagement & Experience team is responsible for provision of research and teaching support, inquiry and reference services, student IT support, library spaces and facilities, information literacy and research skills training, lending, and collection development and management. About the opportunity As the appointee, under broad direction, you will, be responsible for the provision of advice, training and support to the University’s research and teaching community from higher degree research students through to senior research and teaching staff. You will empower students and staff through the development of knowledge and skills across a range of research and teaching activities including research data management, developing and maintaining a research profile, strategies for scholarly publishing, complying with funder and open access requirements, citation and impact analysis, identifying and selecting unit readings, and developing students’ information literacy skills in context. You will work closely with the Senior Librarian (Copyright) to provide Copyright advice on a range of scholarly publishing and open access queries. About you To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: Relevant tertiary qualification or demonstrated equivalent competency; a qualification in library and information studies is desirable. Substantial relevant professional experience in a library environment. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of research support, collection development, reference services and information literacy in an academic environment. Demonstrated ability to effectively support a diverse range of clients in identifying, accessing, and using information resources. Demonstrated ability to contribute to long term planning and strategic direction. Knowledge of project management approaches to deliver continual service improvement. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Excellent organisational skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency in a range of relevant software applications including Microsoft Office products. Ability to work independently, show initiative and work productively as part of a team. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: P21 216 POSITION DESCRIPTION [Senior Librarian (Research and Academic Engagement)] - Position Number [311022, 311023, 311024, 311025, Level [7] (1).pdf . You are required to address the selection criteria in your submission in a separate document. For information to assist you with compiling statements to answer the selection criteria, please visit Addressing the selection criteria. You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Monday, 18 March 2024. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Katie Mills on (08) 6488 1400 or at katie.millsuwa.edu.au . This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. Application Details : Please apply online via the Apply Now button. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. • Fri, 01 MarThe University of Western Australia
Senior Librarian (Research and Academic Engagement) » Perth, Perth Region - Level 7, full-time appointment on an ongoing basis. Base salary range: $95,737 – $106,223 p.a. (pro-rata) plus 17% superannuation. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the team The University Library provides information resources, services, systems and spaces to support, stimulate and innovate teaching, learning and research. The University Library is committed to developing and delivering services to be strategic enablers for the University in meeting its goals; enabling and promoting the creation, storage, transfer and seamless access to information and collaborating closely with the University community to deliver innovative solutions for their research, teaching and learning needs. The University Library has two sections – Research & Collections and Engagement & Experience. The Engagement & Experience team is responsible for provision of research and teaching support, inquiry and reference services, student IT support, library spaces and facilities, information literacy and research skills training, lending, and collection development and management. About the opportunity As the appointee, under broad direction, you will, be responsible for the provision of advice, training and support to the University’s research and teaching community from higher degree research students through to senior research and teaching staff. You will empower students and staff through the development of knowledge and skills across a range of research and teaching activities including research data management, developing and maintaining a research profile, strategies for scholarly publishing, complying with funder and open access requirements, citation and impact analysis, identifying and selecting unit readings, and developing students’ information literacy skills in context. You will work closely with the Senior Librarian (Copyright) to provide Copyright advice on a range of scholarly publishing and open access queries. About you To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: Relevant tertiary qualification or demonstrated equivalent competency; a qualification in library and information studies is desirable. Substantial relevant professional experience in a library environment. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of research support, collection development, reference services and information literacy in an academic environment. Demonstrated ability to effectively support a diverse range of clients in identifying, accessing, and using information resources. Demonstrated ability to contribute to long term planning and strategic direction. Knowledge of project management approaches to deliver continual service improvement. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Excellent organisational skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency in a range of relevant software applications including Microsoft Office products. Ability to work independently, show initiative and work productively as part of a team. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: P21 216 POSITION DESCRIPTION [Senior Librarian (Research and Academic Engagement)] - Position Number [311022, 311023, 311024, 311025, Level [7] (1).pdf . You are required to address the selection criteria in your submission in a separate document. For information to assist you with compiling statements to answer the selection criteria, please visit Addressing the selection criteria. You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Monday, 18 March 2024. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Katie Mills on (08) 6488 1400 or at katie.millsuwa.edu.au . This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. Application Details : Please apply online via the Apply Now button. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. Advertised: 29 Feb 2024 W. Australia Standard Time Applications close: 18 Mar 2024 11:55 PM W. Australia Standard Time • Thu, 29 FebThe University of Western Australia
Associate Director, Office of the University Librarian » Queensland - of OUL will work closely with the University Librarian and collaborate with Library Directors and peers across the University... responsibilities will include: Provide expert advice and high-level strategy and operations input to the University Librarian... • Wed, 28 FebThe University of Queensland$142104 - 189126 per year
Customer Experience Librarian » Australia - : A tertiary qualification acceptable for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association... • Wed, 28 FebMelton City Council$48.3 per hour

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Teacher Librarian » Dickson, North Canberra - Daramalan staff gain access to priority enrolment for their children to attend the College, free parking, close proximity to excellent public transport connections, an Early Career Mentoring program, generous leave allowances and excellent infrastructure and human resourcing to support your role. Applicants must have current registration with ACTTQI (or ability to obtain) and a valid WWVP card. Graduate, early career and experienced teachers are invited to apply. For further details please contact James Keeley (Deputy Principal) on 6245 6302. Closing Date: Wednesday 20 March, 2024, 5pm Please visit our website to view the job description and for information about how to apply. (www.daramalan.act.edu.au) Daramalan is a community that inspires learning, nurtures potential and is strong in faith. • Tue, 27 FebDaramalan College
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Collection Development Librarian » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job no: 522955 Work type: full time Location: Sydney, NSW Categories: Library Employment Type: Full-time Duration: Continuing Remuneration: $96,960 - $103,434 17% superannuation and leave loading Location: Kensington, NSW (Hybrid flexible options available) About UNSW: UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re one of the top 50 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place. Why Your Role Matters: The Collection Development Librarian is key in supporting the work of the Collection Development and Policy Unit by providing excellent collection development services, well-informed advice, and support to internal and external clients. The successful candidate will be responsible for collating and analysing statistical data and trend analysis from a range of sources in support of collection development decision making. You will also liaise with publishing vendors and other providers of scholarly information resources to ensure negotiated pricing and terms and conditions for UNSW Library are reflected in invoicing and licences. Who You Are: A degree from a higher education institution, with subsequent relevant experience or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any other combination of education, training and/or experience. Eligibility for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association would be well regarded. Sound understanding of issues, challenges, and trends in collection development within academic publishing environment. Strong interpersonal, communication (oral and written), numeracy and stakeholder negotiation skills. Strong understanding of the needs of students and academic staff in the provision of scholarly information resources supporting learning, teaching and research in higher education. Demonstrated experience in the use of technologies, systems, and software applications, especially in relation to delivering collection services. Demonstrated experience in collecting, interpreting, and reporting complex information and data, especially as applied to collection development processes. Experience providing influential input into collection development policies and procedures including approval plans, resource reviews and collection services workflow procedures. Benefits and Culture: People are at the core of everything we do. We recognise it is the contributions of our staff who make UNSW one of the best universities in Australia and the world. Our benefits include: Career development opportunities 17% Superannuation contributions and additional leave loading payments Additional 3 days of leave over Christmas period Discounts and entitlements (retail, education, fitness) How to apply: You will need to submit the following: A current resume with two referees A response to the following three targeted questions How will your skills and experience help you succeed as the Collection Development Librarian? Liaising with vendors, publishers, or other suppliers is a key part of this job. Please expand on your negotiation experience. If possible, include details of how you were able to successfully communicate the needs of the library/organisation to the supplier. What do you think are the current challenges facing academic publishing? Applications close: Tuesday 19th March 2024 at 11:55pm Get in Touch: For more information regarding the responsibilities for this role, please contact Alexander Sussman Associate Director, Collection Development Strategies & Policy e: alexander.sussmanunsw.edu.au | p: 61 (2) 9065 7931 Please apply through the application portal and not via the contact above. UNSW is committed to evolving a culture that embraces equity and supports a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can participate fairly, in a safe and respectful environment. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applications from people of diverse gender, sexual orientation, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability and those with caring and family responsibilities. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. Position Description Advertised: 26 Feb 2024 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 19 Mar 2024 AUS Eastern Daylight Time • Tue, 27 FebUniversity of New South Wales
Training Librarian » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Information Management/Library Classification PO3 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/LAQ/547803 Closing date 10-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration until 3 January 2025 Contact person Allison Jones, Library Manager Contact details 3917 0423 Access the National Relay Service The Legal Aid Queensland library performs an essential role in supporting and enabling the work of the organisation. The library acquires, organises, maintains and provides access to a comprehensive collection of paper, audio visual, electronic and online legislation, law reports and other publications. The library also designs, develops, maintains and provides access to a range of specialist in-house legal infobases and knowledge sharing applications. These resources are accessed by in-house staff, preferred suppliers, community legal centres, the magistracy and the judiciary. Library staff provide training and support in accessing and effectively utilising these resources. As the librarian, you will contribute to the provision of high-quality library and information services to meet the needs of the library's customers. About you You have knowledge of library practices and procedures, ideally in a legal or special library environment. You are competent in using relevant information technologies, including library management systems, online information resources and web technologies. You can assess information and training needs and develop and deliver training for library customers, ideally in a legal or special library environment. You can provide instruction and support to customers in effective use of library collections, services, products and systems on office and mobile devices. You can provide research and reference services and ideally have a sound knowledge of relevant legal resources and research strategies and techniques. You have sound interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, and can build and sustain relationships with team members, other colleagues and external stakeholders. You can work autonomously and within a team and can plan ahead and monitor task progress to ensure deadlines and quality standards are met. You possess qualifications in library and information studies which provide eligibility for Associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association. Why work for us? 36.25 hrs per week (full time hours) 12.75% employer super contributions Flexible working hours Generous salary packaging available Study leave for approved work-related courses. How to apply To apply please submit your resume/CV that details your relevant experience, work history and qualifications, and two referees. Questions? Contact Allison Jones (Library Manager) - 3917 0423 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. PO3 Training Librarian Position Description (PDF, 358KB) Role Description Applying for a role at Legal Aid Queensland (PDF, 441KB) Information Package for Applicants • Tue, 27 FebQueensland Government
Collection Development Librarian » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type: Full-time Duration: Continuing Remuneration: $96,960 - $103,434 17% superannuation and leave loading Location: Kensington, NSW (Hybrid flexible options available) About UNSW: UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re one of the top 50 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place. Why Your Role Matters: The Collection Development Librarian is key in supporting the work of the Collection Development and Policy Unit by providing excellent collection development services, well-informed advice, and support to internal and external clients. The successful candidate will be responsible for collating and analysing statistical data and trend analysis from a range of sources in support of collection development decision making. You will also liaise with publishing vendors and other providers of scholarly information resources to ensure negotiated pricing and terms and conditions for UNSW Library are reflected in invoicing and licences. Who You Are: A degree from a higher education institution, with subsequent relevant experience or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any other combination of education, training and/or experience. Eligibility for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association would be well regarded. Sound understanding of issues, challenges, and trends in collection development within academic publishing environment. Strong interpersonal, communication (oral and written), numeracy and stakeholder negotiation skills. Strong understanding of the needs of students and academic staff in the provision of scholarly information resources supporting learning, teaching and research in higher education. Demonstrated experience in the use of technologies, systems, and software applications, especially in relation to delivering collection services. Demonstrated experience in collecting, interpreting, and reporting complex information and data, especially as applied to collection development processes. Experience providing influential input into collection development policies and procedures including approval plans, resource reviews and collection services workflow procedures. Benefits and Culture: People are at the core of everything we do. We recognise it is the contributions of our staff who make UNSW one of the best universities in Australia and the world. Our benefits include: Career development opportunities 17% Superannuation contributions and additional leave loading payments Additional 3 days of leave over Christmas period Discounts and entitlements (retail, education, fitness) How to apply: You will need to submit the following: A current resume with two referees A response to the following three targeted questions How will your skills and experience help you succeed as the Collection Development Librarian? Liaising with vendors, publishers, or other suppliers is a key part of this job. Please expand on your negotiation experience. If possible, include details of how you were able to successfully communicate the needs of the library/organisation to the supplier. What do you think are the current challenges facing academic publishing? Applications close: Tuesday 19th March 2024 at 11:55pm Get in Touch: For more information regarding the responsibilities for this role, please contact Alexander Sussman Associate Director, Collection Development Strategies & Policy e: alexander.sussmanunsw.edu.au | p: 61 (2) 9065 7931 Please apply through the application portal and not via the contact above. UNSW is committed to evolving a culture that embraces equity and supports a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can participate fairly, in a safe and respectful environment. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applications from people of diverse gender, sexual orientation, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability and those with caring and family responsibilities. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Tue, 27 FebUniversity of New South Wales
Collection Development Librarian » Sydney, NSW - . Why Your Role Matters: The Collection Development Librarian is key in supporting the work of the Collection Development and Policy... Collection Development Librarian? Liaising with vendors, publishers, or other suppliers is a key part of this job. Please expand... • Mon, 26 FebUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$96960 - 103434 per year
Teacher Librarian (Yr 3 - 6) » 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 fixed term position. Working within our Glendalough campus in Toorak, the position will commence 15 April 2024 - 10 December 2024. 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 teacher librarian years 3 - 6 Available full time 8am - 4pm each day Registered Teacher in Victoria Desirable post graduate qualifications in library and information management. Please send your application by 4 March 2024. 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. 1157768. • Mon, 26 FebSt Kevin's College
Librarian (Student Learning) » Australia - Enjoy a diverse role in a professional team of Librarians supporting students on their journey through University. Level 6, part-time appointment (0.9 FTE) fixed-term appointment until 17th October 2024. Base salary range: $87,460 – $92,4... • Mon, 26 FebThe University of Western Australia$87460 - 92430 per year
Teacher Librarian | Elite School, Inner Melbourne » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - VT2401-554378RXB |Teacher Librarian | Elite School, Inner Melbourne About the Role: Teacher Librarian Working within a team to deliver teaching and library services to students and staff Full-time/Ongoing position Commencing Term 2, 2024. Selection Criteria: Essential: Extensive teaching experience as a Primary or Secondary Teacher Librarian Registered Teacher in Victoria (or eligible for registration) Anaphylaxis and First Aid Training Desirable other: Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) or relevant qualifications in library and information services. Please note only suitable applicants will be contacted. To find out more about Tes, please visit www.tes.com/en-auteachers We help teachers, leaders and support staff find and secure their dream role in great schools across Australia and internationally. Since 2005 we’ve placed over 130,000 teachers and leaders in hundreds of schools. Most of our team members are former educators themselves and understand what it’s like to be part of a school community. That’s why we take the time to get to know you, so we can understand what type of school is right for you and exactly what kind of job you’re looking for. Our team in Melbourne helps educators find jobs throughout Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania in independent, Catholic and government primary and secondary schools. If you’re an experienced leader or an educator ready to take your next step up, take a look at our Executive Search jobs listings here. With us, it’s easy We go the extra mile for you, taking the hard work out of sifting and searching for jobs, by presenting you with roles in schools that match your ethos and values. Our thorough approach is entirely free for educators, and includes a range of career support services that will help you make a great impression from your application through to your interview. When you work with us, we can help you: Find a role that matches your needs, values and ethos Gain valuable insights into schools you’re interested in, to help you make the right decision Create a professional and tailored CV Obtain all required references and vetting checks Prepare for a successful interview with personalised feedback and insights How to get started It’s simple Either apply for one of our active jobs listed below, or email your CV to welcometes.com. After we receive your CV a member of our team will be in touch to set up a quick informal online interview to get you started. • Mon, 26 FebTes Australia
Librarian (Student Learning) » Perth, Perth Region - UWA Library Enjoy a diverse role in a professional team of Librarians supporting students on their journey through University. Level 6, part-time appointment (0.9 FTE) fixed-term appointment until 17th October 2024. Base salary range: $87,460 - $92,430 p.a. (pro-rata) plus 17% superannuation. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia's top university. About the team The University Library provides information resources, services, systems, and spaces to support, stimulate, and innovate learning, teaching and research. The University Library is committed to developing and delivering services to be strategic enablers for the University in meeting its goals; enabling and promoting the creation, storage, transfer, and seamless access to information and collaborating closely with the University community to deliver innovative solutions for their learning, teaching and research needs. The University Library has two sections - Research & Collections and Engagement & Experience. The Engagement & Experience team is responsible for provision of research and teaching support, inquiry and reference services, student IT support, library spaces and facilities, information literacy and research skills training, lending, and collection development and management. About the opportunity As the appointee you will, under general direction, provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. About you As the appointee, under general direction you will provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: A relevant tertiary qualification in Library and Information Studies (recognised for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association). Substantial experience in delivering client services, preferably in a library environment. Highly developed organisational skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency in a range of relevant software applications including Microsoft Office products. Ability to work independently, show initiative and work cohesively within a team environment. Ability to solve problems and produce innovative solutions. Ability to effectively support a diverse range of clients in identifying, accessing, and using information resources. Note, the below may be requirements of this position: Occasional travel within the state may be required. Regular shift work. Occasional weekend work. Some afterhours work may be required. Occasional travel to work across multiple libraries. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: P21 206 POSITION DESCRIPTION [Librarian (Student Learning)] - Position Number [108600, 108610, 108935, 108530, 108790, 108525, Level [6] (2).pdf The content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Tuesday, 5 March 2024. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Cesare on (08) 6488 7039 or at sarah.cesareuwa.edu.au. Application Details: Please apply online via the Apply Now button. We are committed to fostering an inclusive workspace where individuals from all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are welcomed and valued. We are actively seeking candidates who bring diverse talents, ideas, and experiences to our team. We encourage applications from individuals of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, religions, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are also encouraged to apply for this job. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. • Mon, 26 FebUniversity of Western Australia
Research Assistant (Data Analytics) » Adelaide, SA - via iworkforsa or seek. Address applications to: Dr John Weste Parliamentary Librarian [email protected]... • Sun, 25 FebGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
Librarian (Student Learning) » Crawley, Nedlands Area - UWA Library Enjoy a diverse role in a professional team of Librarians supporting students on their journey through University. Level 6, part-time appointment (0.9 FTE) fixed-term appointment until 17th October 2024. Base salary range: $87,460 – $92,430 p.a. (pro-rata) plus 17% superannuation. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the teamThe University Library provides information resources, services, systems, and spaces to support, stimulate, and innovate learning, teaching and research. The University Library is committed to developing and delivering services to be strategic enablers for the University in meeting its goals; enabling and promoting the creation, storage, transfer, and seamless access to information and collaborating closely with the University community to deliver innovative solutions for their learning, teaching and research needs. The University Library has two sections – Research & Collections and Engagement & Experience. The Engagement & Experience team is responsible for provision of research and teaching support, inquiry and reference services, student IT support, library spaces and facilities, information literacy and research skills training, lending, and collection development and management. About the opportunityAs the appointee you will, under general direction, provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service.As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. About you As the appointee, under general direction you will provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: A relevant tertiary qualification in Library and Information Studies (recognised for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association). Substantial experience in delivering client services, preferably in a library environment. Highly developed organisational skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency in a range of relevant software applications including Microsoft Office products. Ability to work independently, show initiative and work cohesively within a team environment. Ability to solve problems and produce innovative solutions. Ability to effectively support a diverse range of clients in identifying, accessing, and using information resources. Note, the below may be requirements of this position: Occasional travel within the state may be required. Regular shift work. Occasional weekend work. Some afterhours work may be required. Occasional travel to work across multiple libraries. About your applicationFull details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: P21 206 POSITION DESCRIPTION [Librarian (Student Learning)] - Position Number [108600, 108610, 108935, 108530, 108790, 108525, Level [6] (2).pdf The content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Tuesday, 5 March 2024. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Cesare on (08) 6488 7039 or at sarah.cesareuwa.edu.au. Application Details: Please apply online via the Apply Now button. We are committed to fostering an inclusive workspace where individuals from all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are welcomed and valued. We are actively seeking candidates who bring diverse talents, ideas, and experiences to our team. We encourage applications from individuals of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, religions, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are also encouraged to apply for this job. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. • Sun, 25 FebThe University of Western Australia
Librarian » Australia - Overview: RMIT Vietnam, an entity of RMIT University, has campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi 2001. We provide internationally recognised, high-quality, education and professional training for students, clients and the community, and assist in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region by hosting students from Australia and many other countries. Your role Librarians are primarily responsible for providing focused library services inside the library to RMIT Vietnam students and staff at the front desk, monitoring library use, facilities, and equipment to ensure a healthy & safe environment for student. Librarians also contribute to the building and maintaining library collections as well as the development of information services across the Library. Key accountabilities Providing all library services during daytime, evenings, weekends and public holidays as required; Library services include borrowing and returning; intra-library loans between SGS, HAN, and MEL; working with the Library Management Systems as needed; service desk administrative tasks; shelving; linking students to learning resources; and ensuring user satisfaction withal library services & resources. Providing reference assistance througH physical and virtual service points to the entire RMIT community, worldwide. Monitoring library spaces, noise levels, furniture, and equipment to ensure a healthy & safe environment for all users. Backing up Liaison Librarians through the creative delivery, development, and presentation of innovative digital skills and literacy programs to the RMIT community. Maintaining library's physical collection along with keeping up with current and new digital collections to facilitate University learning, teaching and research; suggesting library resources in varied formats, including print and e-books along with multimedia resources; reviewing the physical condition of the collection; making decisions on replacement, withdrawal or preservation of individual titles according to library policy. Developing positive working relationships among the entire RMIT community; actively marketing and promoting new services and resources; understanding the needs of the students and staff of the RMIT Vietnam community and helping tailor library services to those needs. Participate in internal Library Committees regarding general library policy, strategic planning, and collaborating with library teams in Melbourne as well as represent RMIT at local library professional organization at meetings and conferences. Assume administrative duties involving operational activities such as acquisitions, cataloguing, way finding, record keeping, and overall support the entire Library Team. Managing and creating the content on the university's and the library's social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Yammer, etc.). And supporting in planning and managing Library's marketing campaigns. Key selection criteria Relevant degree and/or postgraduate qualification-Library degrees preferred. Minimum of two years of Library experience in an academic environment preferred. Displayed knowledge of trends and best practices in customer service with anability to support students and staff in higher education. Demonstrated the ability to be an active member in collaborative work teams, both locally and internationally; and able to work independently as needed. Well-honed interpersonal skills including soft negotiation, cooperation, subtle persuasion, and cross-cultural communication in multi-cultural higher education environment. Proven organization, planning, prioritization and time management skills. English Proficiency The minimum requirement is IELTS with a score of at least 5.5 or 150 in Linguaskills. Benefits Competitive VND salary (plus allowances) starting from VND17,325,000 depending on proven track record in meeting all the key selection criteria. 13th month Tet bonus private medical insurance (for you and your dependents) annual health check. 20 days annual leave plus 5 days paid leave Xmas closure, plus public holidays and paid sick leave. Free use of onsite gym. Library on campus and online - access to RMIT Australia online library. How to apply Please click on the 'Apply Now' button. Applications Close: 7 thg 3 2024 11.59 pm RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University. RMIT Vietnam is creating an innovative research, teaching and learning culture. We are committed to providing internationally recognised high-quality education and professional training for our students, clients and members of the community. As an internationally recognised Australian university based in Asia, RMIT Vietnam is assisting in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region. https://www.rmit.edu.vn/about-us • Sun, 25 FebRMIT University
Training Librarian , Legal Aid » Brisbane, QLD - We are looking for a Librarian to join a small team supporting and enabling our in-house legal practice... judiciary. Library staff provide training and support in accessing and effectively utilising these resources. As the librarian... • Sat, 24 FebQueensland Government
Junior School Teacher Librarian » Mosman, Mosman Area - QueenwoodQueenwood is an independent, K-12 girls’ school committed to a liberal education – an education which, at its core, develops rigorous thinking and the practice of inquiry. In their personal and intellectual development, we both support and stretch our girls, encouraging increasing engagement with the wider world. Our aim is to develop in our students the character, disposition and skills they will need to flourish in and contribute to a world of complexity and change. Position Available Queenwood is currently seeking to appoint a Junior School Teacher Librarian to commence in Term 2, 2024.The Junior School Teacher Librarian has a pivotal role in developing students’ critical, creative and digital literacy skills.A full position description can be found on the Queenwood website: Queenwood - EmploymentApplicationsClosing Date for applications is 9am, Monday 11 March 2024. Invitations to interview for this role may be extended prior to the closing date and Queenwood reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.The successful applicant must be legally permitted to work in Australia, hold a valid working with children clearance and be accredited with NESA to teach in NSW.Please email applications and/or send enquiries to: employmentqueenwood.nsw.edu.auApplications not emailed to this address may not be considered.Applications should include:Queenwood Teaching Staff Application Form (found on Q website: Queenwood - Employment)Resume & cover letter addressing the criteria / position requirementsWWC & NESA number Your email address Names and phone numbers of three confidential refereesPlease note that Queenwood does not accept unsolicited applications from Recruitment Agencies. Should we require additional recruitment services, we will be sure to contact our preferred providers. • Sat, 24 FebQueenwood School for Girls
Librarian (Student Learning) » Nedlands, Nedlands Area - UWA Library Enjoy a diverse role in a professional team of Librarians supporting students on their journey through University. Level 6, part-time appointment (0.9 FTE) fixed-term appointment until 17th October 2024. Base salary range: $87,460 – $92,430 p.a. (pro-rata) plus 17% superannuation. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the team The University Library provides information resources, services, systems, and spaces to support, stimulate, and innovate learning, teaching and research. The University Library is committed to developing and delivering services to be strategic enablers for the University in meeting its goals; enabling and promoting the creation, storage, transfer, and seamless access to information and collaborating closely with the University community to deliver innovative solutions for their learning, teaching and research needs. The University Library has two sections – Research & Collections and Engagement & Experience. The Engagement & Experience team is responsible for provision of research and teaching support, inquiry and reference services, student IT support, library spaces and facilities, information literacy and research skills training, lending, and collection development and management. About the opportunity As the appointee you will, under general direction, provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. About you As the appointee, under general direction you will provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: A relevant tertiary qualification in Library and Information Studies (recognised for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association). Substantial experience in delivering client services, preferably in a library environment. Highly developed organisational skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency in a range of relevant software applications including Microsoft Office products. Ability to work independently, show initiative and work cohesively within a team environment. Ability to solve problems and produce innovative solutions. Ability to effectively support a diverse range of clients in identifying, accessing, and using information resources. Note, the below may be requirements of this position: Occasional travel within the state may be required. Regular shift work. Occasional weekend work. Some afterhours work may be required. Occasional travel to work across multiple libraries. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: P21 206 POSITION DESCRIPTION [Librarian (Student Learning)] - Position Number [108600, 108610, 108935, 108530, 108790, 108525, Level [6] (2).pdf The content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Tuesday, 5 March 2024. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Cesare on (08) 6488 7039 or at sarah.cesareuwa.edu.au . Application Details : Please apply online via the Apply Now button. We are committed to fostering an inclusive workspace where individuals from all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are welcomed and valued. We are actively seeking candidates who bring diverse talents, ideas, and experiences to our team. We encourage applications from individuals of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, religions, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are also encouraged to apply for this job. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. • Sat, 24 FebThe University of Western Australia
JUNIOR SCHOOL TEACHER LIBRARIAN » Bruce, Belconnen Area - JUNIOR SCHOOL TEACHER LIBRARIAN | Fixed term full-time | Commencing Term 2 2024 Our Purpose Radford College is a generous-spirited learning community that embodies the beliefs and values of the Christian faith in the Anglican tradition. We develop young people to live truthfully, practise compassion and seek wisdom in order to serve the common good. Grounded in our values of Truth, Compassion and Wisdom, all staff work to support the College in achieving its aims. The opportunity An exciting opportunity has arisen in our College for a Teacher Librarian, to join our Junior School and wider Library and Information Services team. This is a fixed term, full-time role, for Term 2 – Term 4 2024, to cover a period of leave. Being supported by a capable team of Library Technicians and Assistants who are responsible for cataloguing, ordering, and processing of Library materials, the Teacher Librarians will focus on teaching and learning. Strong understanding of inquiry-based pedagogies, ICT, and the PYP will be highly regarded. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a dedicated and energetic team, in an environment that is a continually evolving to meet the needs of our community and emerging trends in school libraries and education. This role, while based in our Junior School, is also part of the College’s Library team and reports to the Head of Library and Information Services. Teaching and Learning at Radford College With a focus on high-quality teaching to improve student learning outcomes, Radford College is committed to collaborative and reflective practices which enhance professional learning and growth. As such, we require our teachers to be able to work effectively as part of a high performing team and to be dedicated to upholding our values of truth, compassion and wisdom, which form the ethos and foundation of our College community. To support our teachers in becoming expert teachers, able to make deliberate choices about the strategies they use in classrooms, there is a strong emphasis on collaboration through an on-site Teacher Mentor, established Communities of Practice and ongoing coaching and mentoring. Teacher Librarians are highly valued members of the JS teaching and Library and Information Services teams. They are key drivers in the College for promoting a love of literature and upskilling our students in information literacy. Our Library College Services team are experienced, innovative, and work collaboratively with Teacher Librarians to support the effective and efficient delivery of Library resources. Why choose Radford? As well as supporting and enabling staff to achieve their potential, Radford College offers: • A vibrant and rewarding place in which to work • Professional Learning financial support • Salary Continuance Insurance • Discounted school fees for eligible employees • Access to gym facilities and group fitness classes • Generous Superannuation after qualifying period • Salary Sacrificing • Excellent resources and grounds • Free onsite parking For further information, please visit the Employment page on our website . About you The successful candidate will be an energetic educator who is motivated by thinking differently about teaching and learning, and who is driven by the creation of engaging and dynamic learning experiences for our students. You will be required to work collaboratively and independently, and be passionate about school libraries and their future. Candidates must: • Collaborate as a member of a team providing a vibrant, dynamic, innovative, and balanced educational program for our children in accordance with the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme. • Provide a warm, supportive, nurturing, safe and stimulating environment for our students. • Be passionate for information literacy, and children’s literature. • Demonstrate a passion for both teaching and pursuing innovative thinking. • Be energetic, enthusiastic and demonstrate a willingness to grow through the sharing of best practice and professional experience. • Possess excellent communications skills both written and verbal, as well as excellent time management skills. • Demonstrate a desire for collaborative working as a member of a high-functioning team, with the ability to adapt to changing priorities. • Possess excellent customer service skills and ability to work with Junior School staff, students, and their families. • Participate in pastoral and co-curricular programs, including student wellbeing initiatives, school camps and excursions. • Commit to the safeguarding and promotion of student welfare. • Support Radford’s strategic priorities and goals. • Uphold Radford’s Values of Truth, Compassion and Wisdom. Qualifications in • Teaching qualification recognised by the ACT Department of Education. • Maintain registration as a teacher with the Teacher Quality Institute, including WWVP. • Librarian qualifications recognised by the Australian Library and Information Association for Associate membership • Bachelor in Librarianship or Teacher Librarianship (or equivalent) as a minimum qualification. • Experience with Oliver (LMS) is desirable, but not essential. How to Apply Details about this position and how to apply can be found on the Employment section on the College Website http://www.radford.act.edu.au/employment/ . If you have further enquiries regarding this position, please contact Human Resources at recruitment&64;radford.act.edu.au . Applications close on 4 March 2024 and should be addressed to: The Interim Principal, Andy Gordon email: recruitment&64;radford.act.edu.au Applicants will be subject to employment screening and will be required to provide a current ACT Working with Vulnerable People card prior to commencing employment. • Fri, 23 FebRadford College
Teacher Librarian - Middle/Senior School (Permanent Part Time) » Mclaren Vale, Morphett Vale Area - Teacher Librarian - Middle/Senior School This is a 0.6FTE Permanent classroom teacher position, commencing March 2024 A detailed description of the role including the selection criteria and the application requirements can be found on the College Website https://www.tatachilla.sa.edu.au/community/employment Applications can be sent electronically to jobs&64;tatachilla.sa.edu.au and can be addressed to: Director of People and Culture - Tatachilla Lutheran College Applications should include: • A cover letter addressing each of the selection criteria to a maximum of two pages; • A curriculum vitae; and • List three referees, one being a pastoral or character referee. Applications that do not meet the above requirements will not be considered. Applications close at 5pm, Monday 11 March, 2024. Attachments: • Fri, 23 FebTatachilla Lutheran College - McLaren Vale
Librarian (Student Learning) » Perth, Perth Region - UWA Library Enjoy a diverse role in a professional team of Librarians supporting students on their journey through University. Level 6, part-time appointment (0.9 FTE) fixed-term appointment until 17th October 2024. Base salary range: $87,460 – $92,430 p.a. (pro-rata) plus 17% superannuation. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the team The University Library provides information resources, services, systems, and spaces to support, stimulate, and innovate learning, teaching and research. The University Library is committed to developing and delivering services to be strategic enablers for the University in meeting its goals; enabling and promoting the creation, storage, transfer, and seamless access to information and collaborating closely with the University community to deliver innovative solutions for their learning, teaching and research needs. The University Library has two sections – Research & Collections and Engagement & Experience. The Engagement & Experience team is responsible for provision of research and teaching support, inquiry and reference services, student IT support, library spaces and facilities, information literacy and research skills training, lending, and collection development and management. About the opportunity As the appointee you will, under general direction, provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. About you As the appointee, under general direction you will provide professional learning support services to students, including the provision of information literacy skills resources and training, support for student transition programmes and a comprehensive reference service. As part of the Student Experience & Learning portfolio, you will contribute to the development and delivery of a suite of frontline library services to the broader University community. To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: A relevant tertiary qualification in Library and Information Studies (recognised for associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association). Substantial experience in delivering client services, preferably in a library environment. Highly developed organisational skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency in a range of relevant software applications including Microsoft Office products. Ability to work independently, show initiative and work cohesively within a team environment. Ability to solve problems and produce innovative solutions. Ability to effectively support a diverse range of clients in identifying, accessing, and using information resources. Note, the below may be requirements of this position: Occasional travel within the state may be required. Regular shift work. Occasional weekend work. Some afterhours work may be required. Occasional travel to work across multiple libraries. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: P21 206 POSITION DESCRIPTION [Librarian (Student Learning)] - Position Number [108600, 108610, 108935, 108530, 108790, 108525, Level [6] (2).pdf The content of your Resume and Cover Letter should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria. You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Tuesday, 5 March 2024. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Sarah Cesare on (08) 6488 7039 or at sarah.cesareuwa.edu.au . Application Details : Please apply online via the Apply Now button. We are committed to fostering an inclusive workspace where individuals from all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are welcomed and valued. We are actively seeking candidates who bring diverse talents, ideas, and experiences to our team. We encourage applications from individuals of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, religions, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are also encouraged to apply for this job. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. Advertised: 23 Feb 2024 W. Australia Standard Time Applications close: 05 Mar 2024 11:55 PM W. Australia Standard Time • Fri, 23 FebThe University of Western Australia
Digital Services Librarian » Kulin, WA - a dynamic, passionate, and experienced Digital Services Librarian to work closely with the Head of Library and Information... • Fri, 23 FebCamberwell Grammar School
Secondary Teacher/Librarian » Tarneit, Wyndham Area - Contract Type: Permanent Location: Tarneit, Victoria, Australia Industry: Education Salary: AU$75000 - AU$115000 per annum Start Date: Now Reference: TRD-2024-498_1708389736 Contact Name: Tahlia de Van der Schueren Contact Email: Tahlia.Schuerentwrecruitment.com.au Job Published: Feb 20, 2024 Job Description About the Role: 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 to join the secondary 7-9 section of the school. This full-time, ongoing role provides flexibility with a start date this term, enabling you to seamlessly integrate into the team. Join a dynamic school environment that cherishes literature and promotes a culture of reading. Embark on the next chapter of your career journey and play a vital role in shaping the minds of future scholars Key duties: Providing instruction to students on information literacy skills, including how to locate, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically. Teach students how to navigate library resources, databases, and online research tools. Collaborating with classroom teachers to integrate information literacy skills into the curriculum across various subject areas. Selecting and managing the library's collection of print and digital resources to meet the diverse needs and interests of students and staff. Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the library, including cataloguing, shelving, and organizing materials, managing circulation services, and maintaining the library's physical space. Staying current with emerging technologies and digital resources relevant to education and librarianship. Promoting a culture of reading and literacy within the school community by organizing book clubs, author visits, reading challenges, and other literacy events. Collaborating with classroom teachers to co-teach lessons, develop learning activities, and plan units of study that integrate library resources and skills. Skills & Experience: Must have unrestricted working rights in Australia Must have a valid and up-to-date VIT registration Previous experience in a teacher/librarian role advantageous Ability to provide contact details for two education-based references from within the last 5 years (student-teacher mentors are acceptable). Offering: Commence this term (Term 1) with a full-time, permanent position available Working with multiple classes for one-hour sessions per week Collaborate with approachable and transparent leadership and small team of 4, including two Library Technicians Receive a salary commensurate with your demonstrated expertise and experience The School: Approximately 2400 students ranging from Foundation to Year 9 Classes structured in a linear format with dedicated learning specialists, mentors, and coaches Ample opportunities for professional growth and honing of skills Engage in collaborative team planning and benefit from a supportive network of colleagues Why work with Tradewind? The Benefits: Work with an organisation that is relentless in securing quality opportunities in a personalised way Relevant and real information about roles No joining fees/other fees Resume and Key Selection Criteria assistance Interview tips and preparation provided Professional development by two Principal mentors on a consistent basis Tradewind Australia is a specialist, education recruitment agency and is the preferred supplier of teachers for many schools across the greater Melbourne / Victoria region. We have a strong reputation for providing high-calibre teachers with fantastic contract opportunities and helping them to pursue rewarding careers. Our aim is to cultivate an excellent ongoing relationship with you throughout your growing career. How to apply: To apply, follow the link provided or apply on our website For any queries regarding the position or application process, contact Tahlia on the Education Permanent Team on (03) 9110-0091 TRADEWIND AUSTRALIA IS PROUD TO BE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER. people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds and people with disability and lived experience to apply. We welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of the organisations we partner with, and the people they support. • Fri, 23 FebTradewind Australia
Librarian » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Information Management/Library Classification PO4 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/LAQ/546456 Closing date 04-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Allison Jones (Library Manager) Contact details 3917 0423 Access the National Relay Service About LAQ library The library acquires, organises, maintains and provides access to a comprehensive collection of paper, audio visual, electronic and online legislation, law reports and other publications. The library also designs, develops, maintains and provides access to a range of specialist in house legal infobases and knowledge sharing applications. About you You have highly developed information management skills and demonstrated competence in relevant information technologies, including database design and management (ideally with Inmagic DBTextWorks), online information retrieval and ideally web design and publishing. You can assess information and training needs and develop and deliver training for library customers, ideally in a legal or special library environment. You can provide research and reference services and ideally have a sound knowledge of relevant legal resources and research strategies and techniques. You have sound interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, and can build and sustain relationships with team members, other colleagues and external stakeholders. You can work autonomously and within a team to meet deadlines and quality standards. Why work for us? 36.25 hrs per week (full time hours) 12.75% employer super contributions Flexible working hours Generous salary packaging available Study leave for approved work-related courses. How to apply To apply please submit your resume/CV that details your relevant experience, work history and qualifications, and two referees. Questions? Contact Allison Jones (Library Manager) - 3917 0423 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Applying for a role at Legal Aid Queensland (PDF, 441KB) Information Package for Applicants PO4 Librarian Position Description (PDF, 332KB) Role Description • Fri, 23 FebQueensland Government
Librarian » Cheltenham, Kingston Area - Permanent, part-time, 21hr per week, plus weekend shifts Salary range $76,900.98 - $88,557.02 (pro rata) Based at Chelsea, Dingley and Patterson Lakes libraries, but may work at other sites as required Undertake information and circulation duties as rostered, including evening and weekend work Capability to supervise, coach and mentor staff Help create a positive experience for all those who visit and engage with our Library Service About Us Kingston Council’s collective focus is on delivering exceptional service that achieves our vision and meets community expectations. A diverse, dynamic community where we all share a sustainable, safe, attractive environment and a thriving economy. The City of Kingston is south-east of Melbourne and is approximately 20km from Melbourne's CBD. We employ over 1,450 people in a diverse range of roles including engineering, customer service, administration, finance, family, youth and children's services, sport and recreation, health, parks and gardens, planning, arts, and management. The Arts, Events & Libraries Department at the City of Kingston is focused on the delivery of industry leading contemporary programs, activities, and events. Through innovation and continuous improvement, the department strives to provide high quality learning, recreational, social, and cultural outcomes for our community. The City of Kingston Library Service operates eight public library branches, with major sites at Chelsea, Cheltenham, Parkdale and Westall, and minor sites at Clarinda, Dingley Village, Highett and Patterson Lakes. The Role Council is seeking a qualified librarian to join the Kingston Libraries team on a part-time basis (Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, plus weekends as rostered). Reporting to the Chelsea Branch Coordinator, your role is to: Undertake rostered customer service shifts for information and circulation duties, including weekends and evenings, and perform the function of “senior” on duty as required. Actively promote literacy, and services, events, and programs that support literacy development, across the library service. Represent Kingston Libraries by communicating with library users and the community, engaging in reader advisory, educating users on new and existing library facilities, resources, technology, and equipment, in a manner that meets customer expectations. Undertake a range of administrative tasks to ensure that the libraries operate efficiently. About you You will have: Ability to demonstrate the City of Kingston’s values of Future Orientated, Accountable, Dynamic, Expert, Community and Celebration A Masters, Degree or Graduate Diploma in library and information service Demonstrated excellent customer service skills Demonstrated excellent digital literacy skills Knowledge and experience of working in a team A keen interest and curiosity for new technologies and their applications in libraries What we can offer This is a part-time permanent position. The City of Kingston is a committed child safe, equal opportunity employer and committed to reconciliation. We value the diversity of lived experience and are committed to creating a workplace where all employees feel safe, supported, and connected to perform at their best. As an employee of the City of Kingston you will be part of an inclusive culture and have access to ongoing professional development and a range of employee benefits designed to promote a positive work/life balance including flexible working arrangements, wellbeing initiatives, discounted gym membership, social club events, paid parental leave, salary packaging, study/development assistance, employee assistance program (EAP) and discounted health insurance. The salary for this position starts at $76,900 (Band LIB5) per annum plus superannuation. How to Apply Don’t meet every single requirement for this role? Studies have shown women and those of underrepresented groups are less likely to apply for roles unless they meet every criterion. At Kingston City Council, we recognise that different experiences make for great community outcomes. If you are excited about this role, but your experience doesn’t perfectly align to the criteria we encourage you to click the APPLY button now and submit your application. If you require further information after reviewing the position description available to download below, please contact Shelley Gasperino, Acting Library Customer Service Team Leader on 1300 135 668 or librarykingston.vic.gov.au Kingston Council will welcome applications from everyone including candidates from all backgrounds, identities, and experiences such as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, Women, those identifies as part of LGBTIQA communities, culturally and linguistically diverse persons and persons with a disability. To be considered for the role all applications must be submitted via our Careers recruitment portal. • Thu, 22 FebKingston City Council
Collections & Reader Development Librarian » Camberwell, Boroondara Area - Inspire our commuity by shaping the collections at one of Melbourne's premier public library services. Part-time (21 hours per week) fixed-term position based in the modern and spacious Balwyn Library. $79,701 - $92,744 (pro rata to be applied) plus Super The Boroondara Library service is well-known for its extensive collection and resources which requires constant maintenance to keep up with the demands of the modern borrower. An exciting opportunity to take a leading role in our team is now available, so if you have a passion for customer service and both collection and reader development then this is your chance to shine. Please note this is a fixed-term contract until 31 October 2024. A little bit about the role The Collection and Reader Development Librarian keeps our adult collection up-to-date, and our customers engaged. Reporting to the Collections and Reader Development Lead and the rostered Day Senior each shift, the role will be responsible for- Developing, promoting, and continually assessing the collection to meet the recreational, cultural, information and education needs of the people of Boroondara. Planning and organising programmes for the adult age range both on a regular basis and for one-off events. Provide effective, professional readers advisory, reference, and information services to all library users. Supervising workflow of Library Officers. Following standard procedures for core library operations in areas such as opening and closing, daily rostering, cash handling, building and equipment maintenance, security and health and well-being. Maintaining and developing professional awareness through reading of professional literature, attendance of professional meetings and seminars and participation in industry groups. A little bit about you You will have demonstrated library and customer service experience with a strong awareness of trends in literature and recreational reading. With a constant view of keeping the customer at the centre of everything we do, you will have- Demonstrated customer service skills and respect for diversity of ethnicity, gender, age, abilities, and skills. The ability to plan and organise events, programs, and library information sessions. Proven ability to communicate effectively with both staff and the public, including the capacity to deal with conflict. High level computing skills including the use of desktop and tablet computers, Microsoft Office, web tools and social media. An aptitude for training staff and members of the public in the use of information tools and technology. A Tertiary qualification in library and information science which confers eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association. Want to know more? For further information about this opportunity please refer to the Position Description or contact Michele Giblett, Collections & Reader Development Lead during business hours on (03) 9278 4672 for a confidential discussion. What sets us apart? A supportive and friendly workplace culture that values diversity, collaboration, and continuous improvement. Staff benefits such as flexible working arrangements, wellbeing programs, gym and pool memberships. An investment in your ongoing professional development and career growth Employment requirements Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Preferred applicants will be required to undergo a National Police Record Check and hold a valid Working with Childrens check. All City of Boroondara employees must be fully vaccinated. Appointment of the successful candidate will be subject to provision of evidence of vaccination status or medical exemption prior to commencement. How to apply Please submit your application online by 11:59pm, Wednesday 28 February 2024. All applications must be made via the online portal; no applications direct to the hiring manager or from recruitment agencies will be considered. Council recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce for its employees and customers. To ensure equity of access to employment opportunities, Council encourages applications from underrepresented groups including people who are from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people from different ages, abilities, gender identities, sexual orientation and cultural backgrounds. If you require any additional support or adjustments regarding interview arrangements, please advise the contact listed above in advance. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Council is a child safe organisation and as such, some applicants may be required to hold a Working with Children Check. Additionally, some applicants may also be required to undergo a National Criminal History check and/or medical check as per the requirements of the role. We understand that this portal may not meet the needs of people who rely on Assistive Technology or have other diverse requirements. If you have any difficulty using our recruitment system, please do not hesitate to contact People Culture and Development on (03) 9278 4401 or pcdboroondara.vic.gov.au to allow us to help in any way we can. Who are we? The City of Boroondara is a metropolitan council, representing more than 170,000 people in the inner-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. A leader in the local government sector, with a reputation for innovation and excellence, we believe in providing an environment where our staff thrive, both in the work they do and in how they learn and develop as people and professionals. We like to challenge the norm and we are investing significantly in innovation and technology improvements in order to provide our customers with an even greater experience and engagement. We are putting our customers at the forefront of what we do with our organisation wide change initiative, the Customer Experience Improvement Strategy (CEIS). You will be instrumental in driving this change across the organisation using best practice approaches to successfully support us from the now to our desired future state. With so much going on it’s a great time to join Boroondara • Thu, 22 FebCity of Boroondara
Library Customer Service Supervisor (Weekend) » Melton, VIC - : Professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association, or demonstrated progress... • Thu, 22 FebMelton City Council$76355 - 87925 per year
Teacher Librarian - Primary - Taree » Taree South, Greater Taree Area - St Joseph's Primary School, Taree is seeking a Temporary Part Time (0.75FTE) Teacher Librarian to join the team for 2024. St Joseph’s Primary School, Taree is a unique school community that celebrates and appreciates the rich cultural diversity of its students. Surrounded by a picturesque, bushland setting on several hectares of carefully maintained park-like grounds, St Joseph's enjoys strong links between the school and broader community. St Joseph’s provides flexible learning environments allowing for both collaborative and personalised learning so students can reach their full potential. POSITION DESCRIPTION The role of the Teacher Librarian is to Provide engaging learning experiences for students Manage information and resources Support and drive contemporary teaching and learning ensuring that learning in the library is contemporary, inquiry based, rich in thinking and technology Work in collaboration with the school’s leadership team and with the CSO Digital Innovation and Learning team to act as a catalyst for change and build teacher capacity to improve student outcomes through the use of resource management time: to manage the library, facilitate and develop the library space and resources, both physical and digital, supported by the School Officer/Library Assistant to collaborate with classroom teachers in developing contemporary teaching to ensure that curriculum is delivered more effectively for the benefit of students The teacher will promote the school as a place of learning and excellence in accordance with contemporary evidence-based learning and wellbeing principles (including digital learning) and will ensure the ongoing development and implementation of pedagogical practices that impact on student learning outcomes.  The teacher will acknowledge and agree to the requirement to work within the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. • Wed, 21 FebSt Joseph's Primary School - Taree
Teacher/Librarian Secondary » 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... • Wed, 21 FebTradewind Australia$75000 - 115000 per year
Library Support School Officer - St Augustine's College, AUGUSTINE HEIGHTS » Brisbane, QLD - skills as well as providing clerical and technical support to the Teacher Librarian/s. The Library Support School Officer... • Wed, 21 FebBrisbane Catholic School$30.59 per hour
Liaison Librarian » Townsville, Townsville Region - Are you passionate about fostering student success and contributing to the academic excellence of a vibrant university community? We are seeking a dynamic and dedicated individual to join our amazing team as a Liaison Librarian.Full-time: 36.25 hours per weekFixed term appointment to December 2025Based at the Townsville Bebegu Yumba campusHEWL 6: $83,115 - $90,022 per annum plus up to 17% superannuation.ABOUT THE ROLEThis is an opportunity to provide high-quality library liaison services and deliver digital and information literacy programs that enrich the learning, teaching, and research objectives of the University. You will actively contribute to scholarly communications and research, collection development, open education, and promotion of JCU’s library services, with a focus on enhancing the library experience for our clients. Additionally, you'll develop and nurture strong working relationships as you collaborate with University stakeholders to design and develop online and interactive open education resources using adaptive technologies that engage and enhance student digital literacy skills.KEY REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESSTo excel in this role, you should possess a degree qualification in a library or information-related discipline, coupled with relevant experience in a similar role. You’ll bring proven expertise in library consultation services, along with the ability to design and deliver information literacy programs. Demonstrated experience in developing educational resources in an online-first environment as a critical, evidence based, and reflective practitioner will set you apart. Sound knowledge in an academic discipline and/or experience providing library services including teaching and research support for academic disciplines will be highly valued. Excellent organisational, problem-solving, and administrative skills, along with highly effective communication, interpersonal, training and presentation skills will also be essential to navigate and succeed in this dynamic environment. Additionally, you should be eligible for Associate membership of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).WHY JCU? JCU offers a culturally diverse working environment with opportunities for professional and personal growth. Employee wellbeing is at the core of our values, and we support our people through the provision of flexible working conditions and many other exclusive benefits including:A generous superannuation scheme with up to 17% employer contributions with UniSuper5 weeks of annual recreation leave15 days of paid sick/carers leave per yearAttractive options for salary packagingFitness PassportEmployee Assistance ProgramProfessional development supportAccess to online media subscriptionsCorporate discount on health insurance premiumsWell-equipped and convenient campus facilities including medical, post office, hairdresser, childcare, gym and cafes.HOW TO APPLYIf you are a forward-thinking and collaborative individual who is ready to make a positive impact on student learning and research outcomes, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity.Visit the Careers at JCU website for further information and submit your application online.Vacancy reference 18822 – applications close on 5 March at 11:59 PM AEST. • Wed, 21 FebJCU: James Cook University, Australia
Teacher Librarian - Primary » Taree, Greater Taree Area - Posted: 20/02/2024 Closing Date: 29/02/2024 Job Type: Temporary Location: Taree Job Category: Education, Childcare & Training St Joseph's Primary School, Taree is seeking a Temporary Part Time (0.75FTE) Teacher Librarian to join the team for 2024. St Joseph’s Primary School, Taree is a unique school community that celebrates and appreciates the rich cultural diversity of its students. Surrounded by a picturesque, bushland setting on several hectares of carefully maintained park-like grounds, St Joseph's enjoys strong links between the school and broader community. St Joseph’s provides flexible learning environments allowing for both collaborative and personalised learning so students can reach their full potential. Job Description The role of the Teacher Librarian is to Provide engaging learning experiences for students Manage information and resources Support and drive contemporary teaching and learning ensuring that learning in the library is contemporary, inquiry based, rich in thinking and technology Work in collaboration with the school’s leadership team and with the CSO Digital Innovation and Learning team to act as a catalyst for change and build teacher capacity to improve student outcomes through the use of resource management time: to manage the library, facilitate and develop the library space and resources, both physical and digital, supported by the School Officer/Library Assistant to collaborate with classroom teachers in developing contemporary teaching to ensure that curriculum is delivered more effectively for the benefit of students The teacher will promote the school as a place of learning and excellence in accordance with contemporary evidence-based learning and wellbeing principles (including digital learning) and will ensure the ongoing development and implementation of pedagogical practices that impact on student learning outcomes. The teacher will acknowledge and agree to the requirement to work within the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. Desired Skills and Experience EXPERIENCE/CRITERIA Ability to articulate a clear understanding of and a personal commitment to Catholic Education and the mission of the Church through Catholic schools Demonstrated successful teaching and behaviour management strategies with the ability to plan and evaluate contemporary and innovative learning opportunities in collaboration with teachers Demonstrated ability to share best practice regarding innovative and emerging technologies and information literacy through the KLAs Ability to manage a contemporary library space and oversee library personnel, volunteers and external providers Ability to effectively utilise data to assess and provide feedback and optimise educational outcomes and source an engaging and relevant physical and virtual collection A sound knowledge of ALICE/OLIVER library software (Desirable) QUALIFICATIONS Four-year trained teacher classification with at least five years successful teaching experience Postgraduate qualification in Library and Information Management or Teacher Librarianship oR equivalent combination of qualifications and experience: Master of Applied Science (Teacher Librarianship), Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) or Master of Information Services (Teacher Librarian) or a willingness to enrol and complete within 4 years of employment. Active NESA Accreditation Current paid NSW Working with Children Check (WWCC) number Completion of anaphylaxis training Completion of CPR training CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Salary is in accordance with New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory Catholic Systemic Schools Enterprise Agreement 2020. BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH US Work in quality schools where students are nurtured, challenged and encouraged to excel and grow A corporate fitness program through Fitness Passport Employee assistance program (EAP) Training and staff development programs Paid parental leave for eligible employees Access to long service leave after just five years for eligible employees. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Contact Brooke Stephens, Principal on Tel: (02) 6557 7031 or via email: brooke.stephensmn.catholic.edu.au TO APPLY Please provide a cover letter along with your resume Within your cover letter address each of the selection criteria as listed under EXPERIENCE/CRITERIA above and ensure your response to each criteria is no longer than 300 words. Preferred applicants will be asked to participate in orientation processes, including a formation conversation, following the interview, to introduce them to the local Parish context and the culture of the Catholic school. Please note, not adequately addressing the selection criteria may result in your application not being shortlisted. Applications close: Thursday 29th February at 11.59pm Additional information The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable persons and preventing those in our care from suffering abuse or neglect. It is committed to implementing and maintaining compliance with the NSW Child Safe Standards and the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards and takes a zero-tolerance approach to abuse of children or vulnerable persons. All who work in the name of the Diocese must comply with the Diocesan Safeguarding Framework Policy and act in accordance with the Diocese’s Code of Conduct which includes the Diocese’s Safeguarding Commitment Statement. Employees are required to undergo a National Police Check and retain a valid NSW Working with Children Check where necessary, in accordance with legislation. • Wed, 21 FebCatholic Schools Office, Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle
Librarian » Kent Town, Norwood Area - Prince Alfred College a leading independent day and boarding school for boys from ELC to Year 12 based in Adelaide, SA. Our mission is to develop young men of character and purpose, compassionate leaders who will make a positive contribution to the world around them. The College prides itself on having a significant history in providing an exceptional education, together with an innovative strategic plan to support ongoing future success. We are currently seeking an experienced Librarian to join the Secondary School Library team to contribute to the provision of high quality collection, document supply and frontline services to library clients ensuring maximum access to library resources and collections. To be successful in this role, you will have demonstrable experience in a large-scale library, preferably gained within an educational setting. With relevant tertiary qualifications, the ideal applicant will blend technical expertise in library information management and attention to detail with creativity and currency in young adult literature. We are looking for someone who is passionate about the role of libraries and the important role they provide in the education of secondary students. The ability to connect with students, role model a love of literature and an understanding of how technology informs learning will be key. Of equal importance is an engaging and caring manner which welcomes all to our innovative and newly re-imagined library space. This role is being offered as permanent full time hours, working 40 weeks per year. The College is an inclusive community who model genuine respect, value inclusivity, and strive for excellence in all we do. There are many benefits to being employed at Prince Alfred College. We are committed to professional development, we understand the importance of wellbeing, offering varied programs for our staff, and we value the expertise of our staff. Further details about the College can be found on our website www.pac.edu.au. Prince Alfred College is an Equal Employer. Please contact Ana Grieve, Head Librarian (Secondary School) on 8334 1200 should you wish to discuss the role in more detail, or your own specific circumstances. Please apply via the link below by 9am Monday 4 March 2024, and include a cover letter and a current CV. Please note the following: To be eligible to apply for the role you will need to have the rights to work in Australia (and the relevant VISA). A valid Working With Children Check will be a prerequisite for employment. The College reserves the right to commence the interview process prior to the formal closing date. • Wed, 21 FebPrince Alfred College
Librarian » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The key duties of the position include Librarian Ongoing opportunity Full time Canberra office An opportunity exists for a Librarian to join our National Library Team in an ongoing capacity. The Library Services Team is seeking applications from Librarians with significant experience in the provision of legal research. This role will be responsible for providing complex and specialist library and information services. About us Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) is the Australian Government's central legal practice and part of the Attorney-General's Department. AGS helps Commonwealth clients to manage legal issues, navigate new challenges and find solutions which deliver the best outcomes for Australia. We are a self-funded legal practice and compete for our work. AGS is unique. AGS is dedicated to the national interest and is a trusted advisor to Government. AGS is innovative. Drawing on an exceptional depth of experience and expertise, we assist the Australian Government in the development and implementation of solutions to legal issues that have national importance. AGS is diverse. With offices in every capital city and a team of 680 staff, including over 470 lawyers, we work in more than 40 different areas of law related to government. About the role The Library Services Team provides a highly valued service for legal research and resources to the lawyers and officers across the whole of the Attorney-General's Department. This role is based in Canberra and will involve delivering high level, customer focused library services to AGS and department clients. You will be expected to efficiently and comprehensively manage reference enquiries in response to client requests. You may be responsible for managing a specific library function and/or national and local projects. In this role you will: contribute to the delivery of a high quality and timely national legal research service using a reference management system (RefTracker) provide responses to requests for information of a specialised nature, by researching, analysing, evaluating and organising information to meet the needs of individual clients in collaboration with colleagues, contribute to the internal library training program contribute to the ongoing development and maintenance of the library collection including cataloguing manage library specific projects, systems or operations develop and maintain Library policies and procedures actively support and coach other team members to achieve excellent library service delivery nationally take on other tasks involving a broad range of law library and administrative functions including support to a national library team. For further information about the requirements of this role, please refer to the role description available on our recruitment portal. About you Candidates for this position should have: relevant tertiary qualifications in library studies / information management a minimum of 3 years' experience conducting high level legal reference and research in a legal focused environment excellent knowledge of legal materials, collection maintenance and related data demonstrated ability in the use of: legal resources library technology; and data management a willingness to take responsibility for tasks, a team oriented attitude and a collaborative approach to cross-team development well-developed written and oral communication skills. To apply To apply, please click the 'Apply' button and ensure that you upload a 1-2 page cover letter along with a copy of your CV. Applications close at 5:00pm (AEDT) on Tuesday, 5 March 2024. Further enquiries Further information can be obtained by contacting Kim Da Pozzo, Human Resources Business Partner on 02 6253 7272 or Kim.DaPozzoags.gov.au or Janet Gray, Library Manager, Canberra on 02 6253 7114 or janet.grayags.gov.au • Wed, 21 FebAPS
Liaison Librarian » Aitkenvale, Townsville - Are you passionate about fostering student success and contributing to the academic excellence of a vibrant university community? We are seeking a dynamic and dedicated individual to join our amazing team as a Liaison Librarian. Full-time: 36.25 hours per week Fixed term appointment to December 2025 Based at the Townsville Bebegu Yumba campus HEWL 6: $83,115 - $90,022 per annum plus up to 17% superannuation. ABOUT THE ROLE This is an opportunity to provide high-quality library liaison services and deliver digital and information literacy programs that enrich the learning, teaching, and research objectives of the University. You will actively contribute to scholarly communications and research, collection development, open education, and promotion of JCU’s library services, with a focus on enhancing the library experience for our clients. Additionally, you'll develop and nurture strong working relationships as you collaborate with University stakeholders to design and develop online and interactive open education resources using adaptive technologies that engage and enhance student digital literacy skills. • Wed, 21 FebJames Cook University
Librarian , Legal Aid » Brisbane, QLD - We are looking for a Librarian to join a small team supporting and enabling our in-house legal practice... • Tue, 20 FebQueensland Government
Secondary Teacher/Librarian » Tarneit, VIC - Job Description About the Role: Are you an enthusiastic Secondary Teacher Librarian with a passion for fostering... for a Teacher Librarian to join the secondary 7-9 section of the school. This full-time, ongoing role provides flexibility... • Tue, 20 FebTradewind Australia$75000 - 115000 per year
0.6 Teacher/Librarian K-6 » Merrylands, Parramatta Area - The Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta is looking for a skilled, contemporary and passionate Primary K-6 Teacher to be part of our school community and enrich the lives of our students. Teachers within the Diocese are responsible to the Principal and share in the learning and teaching of subject matters to students of the school community. Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality contemporary learning and teaching for the community they serve which is embedded in the Catholic world view. It is a collaborative ministry of witness and service and part of the evangelising mission of the Church. Key focus areas The Teacher/Librarian K-6 Teacher will fit the following criteria: -Knowledge on how to structure lessons to meet the physical, social and intellectual development and characteristics of students. Strong teachers have extensive knowledge of the content and sequence of Key Learning Areas - including Religious Education. -Understand the fundamental concepts, structure and enquiry processes relevant to programs they develop and teach. They understand what constitutes effective, developmentally appropriate strategies in their learning and teaching programs and use this knowledge to make the content meaningful to students. -Able to create and maintain safe, inclusive and challenging learning environments and implement fair and equitable behaviour management plans. Strong teachers will evaluate all aspects of their teaching practice to ensure they are meeting the learning needs of their students. interpret and use student assessment data to diagnose barriers to learning and to challenge students to improve their performance. -They operate effectively at all stages of the teaching and learning cycle, including planning for learning and assessment, developing learning programs, teaching, assessing, providing feedback on student learning and reporting to parents/carers. -They value opportunities to engage with their school communities within and beyond the classroom to enrich the educational context for students and work to promote the links between school, home and community in the social and intellectual development of their students. Please respond to the above selection criteria in your cover letter. Candidates are required to include in their resumes the details of three referees including the Parish Priest from your Parish of worship. The Organisation Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment across 83 primary and secondary schools and within early learning and out of school hours care centres in Western Sydney. This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child-related employment including the completion of a National Police Check, retention of a valid Working with Children Check and adoption and compliance with CEDP’s Child Safeguarding Procedures and Code of Conduct When Working With Students and Children. CEDP promotes the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. Successful Candidates for all positions at CEDP must have a valid Working With Children Check. For more information, please visit The Office of The Children’s Guardian here . • Mon, 19 FebCatholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Content and Collections Librarian, UNSW Canberra » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Content & Collection Services Librarian Employment type: Full time, 35hrs Duration: Continuing Remuneration : Level 7 from $106,351 plus 17% Superannuation Location : Canberra, Australian Capital Territory About UNSW Canberra University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Canberra has multiple locations in the Nation’s Capital. UNSW Canberra distinguishes itself from other institutions by its commitment to being thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all endeavours. This combined approach is integral to the university's impact and contributes to its recognition as one of the top 50 universities globally, as well as a proud member of Australia's esteemed Group of Eight. Choosing a career at UNSW means embracing an environment where thriving, facing challenges, and engaging in meaningful work are not just encouraged but integral to the university experience. If you seek a career where you can excel and contribute meaningfully, you've found the right place. At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work. Why Your Role Matters: The Content & Collection Services Librarian manages various types of electronic and physical resources for UNSW Canberra's learning and research needs. They oversee and/or undertake a range of technical services from acquisitions and cataloguing materials to maintaining collections and improving digital services like the library website. They also work closely with UNSW Sydney Library to ensure effective access to online services and electronic resources for UNSW Canberra clients. Responsibilities: The Content & Collection Services Librarian will spearhead the delivery of excellent library collections and digital services in alignment with UNSW Sydney Library and will aid in managing the budget for information resources at the Canberra Library, ensuring regular monitoring and reporting to the Library Manager. As the Content & Collection Services Librarian, you will lead, oversee, and develop the Collection Services team to enhance their effectiveness, collaborate with relevant stakeholders to review, update, and implement operational collection development and management plans and activities, including oversight of the Canberra Library’s Approval plan. Who You Are: Our ideal candidate will have: a degree, or postgraduate qualification, in an information management related discipline. demonstrated experience in the successful provision and management of physical and electronic collection services including; acquisitions, cataloguing, and stock management. excellent attention to detail. experience in at least three of the following areas: approval plans, Library of Congress classification, MARC and/or RDA cataloguing, Australian copyright, or electronic resources management. demonstrated technical skills in the use, maintenance and troubleshooting of library related online delivery systems. high-level communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills. Benefits and Culture: UNSW is committed to helping staff balance work-life responsibilities, by providing access to high-quality services, facilities, and flexible work and leave arrangements. Generous superannuation contributions Employee discounts A commitment to life long learning UNSW-wide strategy to focus on Healthy Body, Heathy Mind, Healthy Places and Healthy Culture. Eligibility: The successful candidate will be required to undertake pre-employment checks prior to commencement in this role. The checks that will be undertaken are listed in the Position Description. You will not be required to provide any further documentation or information regarding the checks until directly requested by UNSW. The successful candidate will be required to work from the UNSW Canberra campus. To be successful you will hold Australian Working Rights or Australian Citizenship. UNSW is unable to offer visa sponsorship for this position. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. How to apply: Make each day matter with a meaningful career at UNSW. Please apply via our online recruitment system. In your application, please include: your CV a 2-4 page pitch addressing the skills and experience outlined in the Position Description. In order to view the Position Description – please ensure that you allow pop-ups for JobsUNSW Portal. Contact: Annette McGuiness E: a.mcguinessunsw.edu.au For questions regarding the application process - please email unswcanberra.recruitmentunsw.edu.au For further information about UNSW Canberra, please visit: UNSW Canberra For further information on living in Canberra, please visit: Living in Canberra Find out more about the lifestyle and benefits when working with UNSW UNSW is committed to evolving a culture that embraces equity and supports a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can participate fairly, in a safe and respectful environment. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applications from people of diverse gender, sexual orientation, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability and those with caring and family responsibilities. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. • Sat, 17 FebUniversity of New South Wales
APS 5 - Coordinator, Out of Hours Operations » Australia - Library's reading rooms and the Ask a Librarian service. As the committed Coordinator, you'll take charge of overseeing the... • Fri, 16 FebNational Library of Australia
Content and Collections Librarian, UNSW Canberra » Canberra, ACT - Content & Collection Services Librarian Employment type: Full time, 35hrs Duration: Continuing Remuneration: Level 7... Services Librarian manages various types of electronic and physical resources for UNSW Canberra's learning and research needs... • Fri, 16 FebUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$106351 per year
APS 4 - Senior Library Officer, Out of Hours Operations » Australia - across our Reading Rooms and our Ask a Librarian phone service during evenings and weekends. As a valued member of our team, you'll... • Fri, 16 FebNational Library of Australia
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Brisbane, QLD - . You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian community. You'll start... team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment. You will be commercially minded... • Fri, 16 FebTwinkl$64350 per year
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Perth, WA - . You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian community. You'll start... team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment. You will be commercially minded... • Fri, 16 FebTwinkl$64350 per year
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Melbourne, VIC - . You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian community. You'll start... team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment. You will be commercially minded... • Fri, 16 FebTwinkl$64350 per year
Libraries Tasmania Fixed Term and Relief Employment Register » Tasmania - Range: $70,490.00 - $76,195.00 pro rata, per annum - Tasmanian State Service Award, General Stream Band 3 Librarian Salary... • Thu, 15 FebTasmanian Government$71868 - 91954 per year
School Librarian » St Peters, Marrickville Area - Permanent opportunityWork in an exceptional community of learning.Monday - Friday (term time only)About St Peter’s CollegeFounded in 1847, St Peter’s College is an Anglican boarding and day school for boys committed to being an exceptional community of learning centred on truth, respect and service.With an established reputation for academic excellence, our aim is to instil in students the desire and capacity to consistently seek to improve their own lives and, importantly, that of those around them.The School is located just two kilometres from the city centre on a single 80-acre campus. The magnificent grounds accommodate beautiful buildings, both historic and modern and the School’s educational facilities and sports fields are excellent. Our modern, purpose built Boarding House provides accommodation for 100 students from within Australia and overseas.Over 1550 students from diverse backgrounds and abilities are educated at the School from the Early Years to Year 12. This diversity contributes powerfully and directly to the quality of a boy’s education. We are committed to being a boys’ school that promotes responsible relationships and positive attitudes towards girls and women. We are uncompromising in being a safe and inclusive learning community respectful of diverse backgrounds of race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and nationality.About the position St Peter’s College is currently seeking applications to appoint a permanent, full time Librarian to work in the Senior School Library.The Librarian is responsible for designing, planning and providing information literacy instruction to students and staff which underpin the teaching and learning priorities of the school. The Librarian works with teaching staff to identify, evaluate and source information resources to support teaching and learning and the curriculum.The Librarian works collaboratively with the Senior School Library staff to promote a culture of reading, contribute to programs and events that develop student engagement, and support students and staff in their information needs.This is a full time position, working 37.5hrs per week, 41 weeks of the year (0.85FTE). For further information, please refer to the position description.As the successful applicant you will have:A willingness to support the School’s values and Anglican ethos. A readiness to work in a team and community, and passion for inspiring students to learn. Tertiary qualifications in Library and Information Studies (qualifications should be recognised for professional membership of ALIA Australian Libraries and Information Association).Experience working with children and youth in a library setting.A South Australian Working with Children Check. A Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care (Fundamentals and Masterclass) A First Aid Certificate. Why work for us?St Peter's College offers a welcoming learning community connected by a shared vision and values. Our staff take great pride in delivering an exceptional education experience for our students who are motivated to learn, and for our families who truly value their partnership with the School. We foster a collaborative and supportive work environment where knowledge and expertise are built through professional growth and development opportunities. Our first class facilities are complemented by the resources required to engage students in innovative and creative ways. With a focus on the pastoral care and wellbeing of both staff and students, the inclusive, community-focused culture of the School provides an environment in which staff are supported to perform at their best.How to applyPlease address your application to the Headmaster, Tim Browning and include a CV and cover letter in one document explaining your skills, capabilities, experiences and reasons for applying.Please apply via the School website.Applications for this position close Monday 26th February 2023 5.00pm (ACST).For a confidential discussion, please contact Olivia Stapleton-Pitt, Senior HR Advisor 08 8404 0436 To find out more about a career at St Peter’s College, please visit our Careers page. The successful applicant will be expected to satisfy child protection screening, and adhere to the school’s Child Protection Policy.St Peter’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. • Thu, 15 FebSt Peter's College
School Librarian » St Peters, Marrickville Area - Work in an exceptional community of learning. Monday - Friday (term time only) About St Peter’s College Founded in 1847, St Peter’s College is an Anglican boarding and day school for boys committed to being an exceptional community of learning centered on truth, respect and service. With an established reputation for academic excellence, our aim is to instill in students the desire and capacity to consistently seek to improve their own lives and, importantly, that of those around them. The School is located just two kilometres from the city centre on a single 80-acre campus. The magnificent grounds accommodate beautiful buildings, both historic and modern and the School’s educational facilities and sports fields are excellent. Our modern, purpose built Boarding House provides accommodation for 100 students from within Australia and overseas. Over 1550 students from diverse backgrounds and abilities are educated at the School from the Early Years to Year 12. This diversity contributes powerfully and directly to the quality of a boy’s education. We are committed to being a boys’ school that promotes responsible relationships and positive attitudes towards girls and women. We are uncompromising in being a safe and inclusive learning community respectful of diverse backgrounds of race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and nationality. About the position St Peter’s College is currently seeking applications to appoint a permanent, full time Librarian to work in the Senior School Library. The Librarian is responsible for designing, planning and providing information literacy instruction to students and staff which underpin the teaching and learning priorities of the school. The Librarian works with teaching staff to identify, evaluate and source information resources to support teaching and learning and the curriculum. The Librarian works collaboratively with the Senior School Library staff to promote a culture of reading, contribute to programs and events that develop student engagement, and support students and staff in their information needs. This is a full time position, working 37.5hrs per week, 41 weeks of the year (0.85FTE). For further information, please refer to the position description. As the successful applicant you will have: A willingness to support the School’s values and Anglican ethos. A readiness to work in a team and community, and passion for inspiring students to learn. Tertiary qualifications in Library and Information Studies (qualifications should be recognised for professional membership of ALIA Australian Libraries and Information Association). Experience working with children and youth in a library setting. A South Australian Working with Children Check. A Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care (Fundamentals and Masterclass) A First Aid Certificate. Why work for us? St Peter's College offers a welcoming learning community connected by a shared vision and values. Our staff take great pride in delivering an exceptional education experience for our students who are motivated to learn, and for our families who truly value their partnership with the School. We foster a collaborative and supportive work environment where knowledge and expertise are built through professional growth and development opportunities. Our first class facilities are complemented by the resources required to engage students in innovative and creative ways. With a focus on the pastoral care and wellbeing of both staff and students, the inclusive, community-focused culture of the School provides an environment in which staff are supported to perform at their best. How to apply Please address your application to the Headmaster, Tim Browning and include a CV and cover letter in one document explaining your skills, capabilities, experiences and reasons for applying. Please apply via the School website. Applications for this position close Monday 26th February 2023 5.00pm (ACST). For a confidential discussion, please contact Olivia Stapleton-Pitt, Senior HR Advisor 08 8404 0436 To find out more about a career at St Peter’s College, please visit our Careers page. The successful applicant will be expected to satisfy child protection screening, and adhere to the school’s Child Protection Policy. St Peter’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. • Thu, 15 FebSt Peter's College
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Melbourne, VIC - customer segments. You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian... for defining, building and managing the right team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment... • Thu, 15 FebTwinkl$33 per hour
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Brisbane, QLD - customer segments. You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian... for defining, building and managing the right team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment... • Wed, 14 FebTwinkl$33 per hour
Talent Community - Junior and Senior House Officers - Expressions of Interest » South Brisbane, QLD - librarian support. Mater Hospital Brisbane is part of the historic Mater Health, spectacularly located on a hill adjacent the... • Wed, 14 FebMater Private Hospital Townsville$94812 - 102104 per year
Library Assistant » Hervey Bay, QLD - Pickering, Programs & Engagement Librarian on 07 4197 4205 during business hours only Some information about our Council... • Wed, 14 FebFraser Coast Regional Council$66405 per year
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Perth, WA - customer segments. You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian... for defining, building and managing the right team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment... • Wed, 14 FebTwinkl$33 per hour
Librarian » Rockhampton, Rockhampton Region - About this Opportunity Continuing, Full Time Digital Services Directorate CQUniversity Rockhampton or Bundaberg (or flexible work arrangements may be negotiated) Higher Education Worker Level 5 Total Remuneration $89,263 to $100,411 pa (including salary of $75,429 to $84,849 plus 17% superannuation and leave loading) Join an organisation with an unbreakable belief that quality education, training and research should be available to everyone – regardless of background, location or life circumstances. Working at CQUniversity CQUniversity Library delivers a comprehensive digital library service differently. In this position you will be a member of the Library Client Services team operating online to: Assist clients with finding and using information resources Advise and support academic and teaching staff on using library resources in teaching and assisting with the processing of eReading lists Provide advice to researchers and research teams relating to scholarly publishing, research impact and data management Contribute to the development and delivery of information discovery and research skills training and support materials. You will be joining a supportive team environment and will be provided with training and mentoring to ensure your success in this position. If you are an experienced librarian, new to the profession, or a student expecting to complete your qualification requirements in the next 12 months we encourage you to apply. Be rewarded 6 weeks annual leave Generous carers, maternity and paternity leave 17% superannuation (with the choice of joining an award-winning superfund) Flexible and inclusive work / life balance Fantastic staff professional / career development opportunities Access to an Employee Assistance Program Position Requirements Eligible for associate, or allied field membership with the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). Excellent interpersonal, liaison and consultation skills with the ability to work with a diverse range of stakeholders Ability to use systems and technologies for the delivery of library services Knowledge of information resources and services in academic libraries Apply today for a career that changes lives Applications Close: 11:59pm, Sunday 3 March 2024 Job Requisition ID: 4309 Contact Details: Wendy Gorsuch 0741507148 w.gorsuchcqu.edu.au When submitting your application, please include: Your Current CV or Resume, and a 1-2 page Cover Letter highlighting your relevant skills, experience and suitability for the position. Please note, applicants for the position must have full time work rights. CQUniversity is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes diversity in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and CQUniversity’s domestic and international student graduates with post-study work rights are encouraged to apply. • Wed, 14 FebCentral Queensland University
Librarian » Australia - Continuing, Full Time Digital Services Directorate CQUniversity Rockhampton or Bundaberg (or flexible work arrangements may be negotiated) Higher Education Worker Level 5 Total Remuneration $89,263 to $100,411 pa (including salary of $75,429 to $84,849 plus 17% superannuation and leave loading) Join an organisation with an unbreakable belief that quality education, training and research should be available to everyone – regardless of background, location or life circumstances. Working at CQUniversity CQUniversity Library delivers a comprehensive digital library service differently. In this position you will be a member of the Library Client Services team operating online to: Assist clients with finding and using information resources Advise and support academic and teaching staff on using library resources in teaching and assisting with the processing of eReading lists Provide advice to researchers and research teams relating to scholarly publishing, research impact and data management Contribute to the development and delivery of information discovery and research skills training and support materials. You will be joining a supportive team environment and will be provided with training and mentoring to ensure your success in this position. If you are an experienced librarian, new to the profession, or a student expecting to complete your qualification requirements in the next 12 months we encourage you to apply. Be rewarded 6 weeks annual leave Generous carers, maternity and paternity leave 17% superannuation (with the choice of joining an award-winning superfund) Flexible and inclusive work / life balance Fantastic staff professional / career development opportunities Access to an Employee Assistance Program Position Requirements Eligible for associate, or allied field membership with the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). Excellent interpersonal, liaison and consultation skills with the ability to work with a diverse range of stakeholders Ability to use systems and technologies for the delivery of library services Knowledge of information resources and services in academic libraries Position Description For further information about this position, please refer to the position description . Apply today for a career that changes lives Applications Close: 11:59pm, Sunday 3 March 2024 Job Requisition ID: 4309 Contact Details: Wendy Gorsuch 0741507148 w.gorsuchcqu.edu.au When submitting your application, please include: Your Current CV or Resume, and a 1-2 page Cover Letter highlighting your relevant skills, experience and suitability for the position. Please note, applicants for the position must have full time work rights. CQUniversity is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes diversity in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and CQUniversity’s domestic and international student graduates with post-study work rights are encouraged to apply. • Wed, 14 FebCQUniversity
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Middle Park, Port Phillip - Location: Australia, remote Pay Rate: AUD 33 per hour Contract: 12-month fixed-term contract with view to extend, 37.5 hours per week Hiring Manager: Rebecca Usherwood Recruiter: Frazer Morton Like to hustle? Ambitious and proactive? We’re looking for the right person to join the entrepreneurial teams which comprise Twinkl’s core customer segments. You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian community. You'll start as a solo marketeer, connecting with customers directly via a variety of different communication channels to highlight and demonstrate the benefits of Twinkl's Australia literature and library-specific resources. You'll be moving into this position as a team of one with the support of many, so you’ll need to take a rapid iterative approach, employing different marketing and business development techniques to get the message out to customers. You'll be responsible for defining, building and managing the right team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment. You will be commercially minded and comfortable deciding where to pursue opportunities. You will be responsible for reporting monthly and quarterly in line with business expectations. This is a very varied role that involves both proactive strategic planning and reactive work as you pivot and respond to the demands of your growing market. A typical week could involve any of the following: Showing tenacity and drive, and going above and beyond to reach new customers and build your segment. Engaging with customers within the literature and library markets (both external and school libraries), connecting with Australian authors and influential associations, and working alongside other Segment Managers and Australia to develop plans for potential development and direction of library-specific resources. Sales and marketing: Spreading the word to new customers, whom we can help and support Creating and managing specific social media activity and making sure the right messages reach our customers at the right time. Connecting with Australian authors, large organisations and influential decision-makers within the literature and library communities. Digital optimisation – Creating and executing a new user experience for Australian Librarians via our web and design teams and continuously improving this. Business management and strategy – Putting plans in place to help achieve our ambitious growth targets and working with other Segment and Country Managers to understand what’s working and how we can improve. You’ll work with: Rebecca Usherwood - Head of APAC and Country Manager for Australia will be your line manager and mentor. The Australia Segment Managers team The Australian Marketing team The English and Integrated Units Product Owner The Twinkl Partnerships Team Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: A strong entrepreneurial mindset and a propensity for action. Thorough knowledge of popular Australian authors, a love of literature and the Australian Librarian market, and our customers. Have relevant and recent professional qualifications and teaching experience; Undergraduate, Postgraduate or Masters degree in primary education or appropriate equivalent degree; Sound decision-making skills and diligent in seizing new opportunities. Commercially astute and a strategic thinker who is comfortable taking calculated risks and being accountable for successes and failures. Ability to communicate a shared vision and motivate individuals and a team. Methodical, highly organised, accurate and execution focused We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Cares passionately about literature and the education that happens within local and school libraries. Experience marketing a product within the education sector. Thorough knowledge of the education system in Australia. A minimum of two years experience working as a Teacher/Librarian and has connections and knowledge of Australian authors and influential decision-makers within the literature field. Understands what good prioritisation is, and values output and results. Is super-positive, optimistic and works well within a range of teams. Is resilient and can respond to internal and external feedback positively and professionally. A strong entrepreneurial mindset and a propensity for action. Sound decision-making skills and diligent in seizing new opportunities Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here’s a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Twinkl are proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. We celebrate diversity within all of our teams and are committed to continuing to build an inclusive workplace for all. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the application/selection process to enable you to demonstrate your ability to perform the job requirements please include this at the foot of your covering letter. This will help us to understand any modifications we may need to make to support you throughout our selection process. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Collaboration across continents You’ll plug into a global team working to help improve the lives of educators around the world. Our Recruitment Process: • Wed, 14 FebTwinkl
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Perth CBD, Perth - Location: Australia, remote Pay Rate: AUD 33 per hour Contract: 12-month fixed-term contract with view to extend, 37.5 hours per week Hiring Manager: Rebecca Usherwood Recruiter: Frazer Morton Like to hustle? Ambitious and proactive? We’re looking for the right person to join the entrepreneurial teams which comprise Twinkl’s core customer segments. You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian community. You'll start as a solo marketeer, connecting with customers directly via a variety of different communication channels to highlight and demonstrate the benefits of Twinkl's Australia literature and library-specific resources. You'll be moving into this position as a team of one with the support of many, so you’ll need to take a rapid iterative approach, employing different marketing and business development techniques to get the message out to customers. You'll be responsible for defining, building and managing the right team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment. You will be commercially minded and comfortable deciding where to pursue opportunities. You will be responsible for reporting monthly and quarterly in line with business expectations. This is a very varied role that involves both proactive strategic planning and reactive work as you pivot and respond to the demands of your growing market. A typical week could involve any of the following: Showing tenacity and drive, and going above and beyond to reach new customers and build your segment. Engaging with customers within the literature and library markets (both external and school libraries), connecting with Australian authors and influential associations, and working alongside other Segment Managers and Australia to develop plans for potential development and direction of library-specific resources. Sales and marketing: Spreading the word to new customers, whom we can help and support Creating and managing specific social media activity and making sure the right messages reach our customers at the right time. Connecting with Australian authors, large organisations and influential decision-makers within the literature and library communities. Digital optimisation – Creating and executing a new user experience for Australian Librarians via our web and design teams and continuously improving this. Business management and strategy – Putting plans in place to help achieve our ambitious growth targets and working with other Segment and Country Managers to understand what’s working and how we can improve. You’ll work with: Rebecca Usherwood - Head of APAC and Country Manager for Australia will be your line manager and mentor. The Australia Segment Managers team The Australian Marketing team The English and Integrated Units Product Owner The Twinkl Partnerships Team Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: A strong entrepreneurial mindset and a propensity for action. Thorough knowledge of popular Australian authors, a love of literature and the Australian Librarian market, and our customers. Have relevant and recent professional qualifications and teaching experience; Undergraduate, Postgraduate or Masters degree in primary education or appropriate equivalent degree; Sound decision-making skills and diligent in seizing new opportunities. Commercially astute and a strategic thinker who is comfortable taking calculated risks and being accountable for successes and failures. Ability to communicate a shared vision and motivate individuals and a team. Methodical, highly organised, accurate and execution focused We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Cares passionately about literature and the education that happens within local and school libraries. Experience marketing a product within the education sector. Thorough knowledge of the education system in Australia. A minimum of two years experience working as a Teacher/Librarian and has connections and knowledge of Australian authors and influential decision-makers within the literature field. Understands what good prioritisation is, and values output and results. Is super-positive, optimistic and works well within a range of teams. Is resilient and can respond to internal and external feedback positively and professionally. A strong entrepreneurial mindset and a propensity for action. Sound decision-making skills and diligent in seizing new opportunities Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here’s a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Twinkl are proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. We celebrate diversity within all of our teams and are committed to continuing to build an inclusive workplace for all. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the application/selection process to enable you to demonstrate your ability to perform the job requirements please include this at the foot of your covering letter. This will help us to understand any modifications we may need to make to support you throughout our selection process. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Collaboration across continents You’ll plug into a global team working to help improve the lives of educators around the world. Our Recruitment Process: • Wed, 14 FebTwinkl
Segment Manager - Australian Librarians » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Location: Australia, remote Pay Rate: AUD 33 per hour Contract: 12-month fixed-term contract with view to extend, 37.5 hours per week Hiring Manager: Rebecca Usherwood Recruiter: Frazer Morton Like to hustle? Ambitious and proactive? We’re looking for the right person to join the entrepreneurial teams which comprise Twinkl’s core customer segments. You will be responsible for supporting the ongoing development and growth of our Australian Librarian community. You'll start as a solo marketeer, connecting with customers directly via a variety of different communication channels to highlight and demonstrate the benefits of Twinkl's Australia literature and library-specific resources. You'll be moving into this position as a team of one with the support of many, so you’ll need to take a rapid iterative approach, employing different marketing and business development techniques to get the message out to customers. You'll be responsible for defining, building and managing the right team to support user growth within the Australian Librarian customer segment. You will be commercially minded and comfortable deciding where to pursue opportunities. You will be responsible for reporting monthly and quarterly in line with business expectations. This is a very varied role that involves both proactive strategic planning and reactive work as you pivot and respond to the demands of your growing market. A typical week could involve any of the following: Showing tenacity and drive, and going above and beyond to reach new customers and build your segment. Engaging with customers within the literature and library markets (both external and school libraries), connecting with Australian authors and influential associations, and working alongside other Segment Managers and Australia to develop plans for potential development and direction of library-specific resources. Sales and marketing: Spreading the word to new customers, whom we can help and support Creating and managing specific social media activity and making sure the right messages reach our customers at the right time. Connecting with Australian authors, large organisations and influential decision-makers within the literature and library communities. Digital optimisation – Creating and executing a new user experience for Australian Librarians via our web and design teams and continuously improving this. Business management and strategy – Putting plans in place to help achieve our ambitious growth targets and working with other Segment and Country Managers to understand what’s working and how we can improve. You’ll work with: Rebecca Usherwood - Head of APAC and Country Manager for Australia will be your line manager and mentor. The Australia Segment Managers team The Australian Marketing team The English and Integrated Units Product Owner The Twinkl Partnerships Team Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: A strong entrepreneurial mindset and a propensity for action. Thorough knowledge of popular Australian authors, a love of literature and the Australian Librarian market, and our customers. Have relevant and recent professional qualifications and teaching experience; Undergraduate, Postgraduate or Masters degree in primary education or appropriate equivalent degree; Sound decision-making skills and diligent in seizing new opportunities. Commercially astute and a strategic thinker who is comfortable taking calculated risks and being accountable for successes and failures. Ability to communicate a shared vision and motivate individuals and a team. Methodical, highly organised, accurate and execution focused We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Cares passionately about literature and the education that happens within local and school libraries. Experience marketing a product within the education sector. Thorough knowledge of the education system in Australia. A minimum of two years experience working as a Teacher/Librarian and has connections and knowledge of Australian authors and influential decision-makers within the literature field. Understands what good prioritisation is, and values output and results. Is super-positive, optimistic and works well within a range of teams. Is resilient and can respond to internal and external feedback positively and professionally. A strong entrepreneurial mindset and a propensity for action. Sound decision-making skills and diligent in seizing new opportunities Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here’s a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Twinkl are proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. We celebrate diversity within all of our teams and are committed to continuing to build an inclusive workplace for all. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the application/selection process to enable you to demonstrate your ability to perform the job requirements please include this at the foot of your covering letter. This will help us to understand any modifications we may need to make to support you throughout our selection process. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Collaboration across continents You’ll plug into a global team working to help improve the lives of educators around the world. Our Recruitment Process: • Wed, 14 FebTwinkl
Reader Services Librarian » Wheelers Hill, Monash Area - Permanent Part Time Opportunity (21 hours per week) Salary from $76,873 (pro rata) per annum Superannuation Based at Wheelers Hill Library with the opportunity to work at other City of Monash locations About Us: City of Monash is a dynamic organisation committed to providing excellence in service delivery. Located in the eastern region, Monash is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city, close to the demographic center of Melbourne. Our library aims to encourage lifelong learning, increase literacy and build strong, resilient communities. About the Position: The Reader Services Librarian is responsible for developing and delivering a range of library services and programs with a focus on adult literacy to support the Monash community. We're looking for someone with an awareness of reader advisory activities in a public library setting, experience in hosting events, and an excellent understanding of library collections trends. The incumbent will also work as part of the customer service team providing an efficient and effective library and information service to meet the library needs of the Monash community across our library branches, including evening and weekend shifts. About You: A tertiary degree qualification in Librarianship, Information Management or related discipline and eligibility for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA); Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the development, provision and evaluation of adult library collections that support delivery of reader advisory activities and programs for adults in a public library or community setting; Demonstrated understanding of current trends relevant to reader services in a public library or community setting; Demonstrated commitment to customer service excellence, including experience to dealing with difficult customers; Demonstrated ability to work independently and to collaborate as part of a team; Demonstrated ability to plan, prioritise and complete work to a high standard, within set timelines and with competing priorities; Strong verbal and written communication skills in reporting and program planning and delivery; Requirements of the position: A current and valid Victorian Drivers Licence; Working with Children Check (Employee); Satisfactory National Police Check; Other pre-employment checks may be required depending on the role requirements; and All applicants are required to be legally entitled to work in Australia. Benefits: As a City of Monash employee, your personal and professional development is a key focus. You will have access to: Vibrant health and well-being programs; Employee Assistance Program for you and your family; Supportive and accessible management; Flexible working arrangements; Training and development opportunities; and Discounted gym memberships at our Active Monash Recreation Centres. How to Apply: Please submit your CV along with a cover letter outlining your experience and how it relates to the role. Applications close Sunday 25 February 2024 at 11:55pm. Enquiries: To view the position description, please click here https://careers.monash.vic.gov.au/en/listing/. If you would like to discuss this role further, please contact Han Tran on (03) 9518 3030 or han.tranmonash.vic.gov.au. Monash Council is committed to be a flexible, safe, equal and inclusive workplace where we embrace and support diversity. As an Equal Opportunity employer, we encourage applications from people who are from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people of any age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation and cultural background. If you have a reasonable adjustment, support or access requirement, we encourage you to let us know through your application or email peopleadvisorymonash.vic.gov.au We are also committed to being a Child Safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse. • Tue, 13 FebCity of Monash
Teacher Librarian » Waikiki, WA - Teacher Librarian Full Time (FTE 1.0) Contract – Maternity Leave Cover South Coast Baptist College is situated... Coast Baptist College is seeking an engaging and passionate educator to join its community as a Teacher Librarian. South... • Mon, 12 Feb
Librarian » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Part-time Occupational group Information Management/Library Classification PO3 Workplace Location Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/RK4B543726 Closing date 06-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Sarah Thorning Contact details (07) 4920 6525 Access the National Relay Service About us: The Education and Research Unit provides Nursing and Midwifery education, professional practice development services and Clinical Practice Improvement initiatives for nursing and midwifery staff, to facilitate the achievement of best practice health service delivery requirements. The Education and Research Unit is led by the Nursing Director of Education and Research. The Nurse Educators, Midwifery Educators, Clinical Nurse Consultants, Clinical Placement Coordinator, Clinical Facilitators, Student Facilitators, Transfusion Nurse and Librarians report to the Nursing Director of Education and Research. Nurse Educators in Gladstone, Emerald, Aged Care and Mental Health have professional links with the Education and Research Unit. The Health Sciences Library provides evidence-based reference and information services for all Queensland Health personnel across Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service (CQHHS), and Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service (WBHHS). About the role: Support the Nursing Director Education and Research in conducting and maintaining all library related services for the staff of Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. Provide proactive specialist information service at point of need, working closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide expert search and current awareness services to support evidenced based practice, continued professional development and research. About you: To be successful in this role you must have qualification as a Librarian from a recognised tertiary institution providing eligibility for professional (Associate) membership to the Australian Library and Information Association. Follow defined service quality standards, occupational health and safety policies and procedures relating to the work being undertaken in order to ensure high quality, safe services and workplace. Ability to provide a range of library services, including reference services, client education, and collection development. Understanding of, or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of, the needs and issues of health care, clinical education and training and health care research in relation to the provision of library services. What we offer: Salary information: Total remuneration value of up to $100,233 p.a. is comprised of: A salary between $50.64 - $55.38 p.h. 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% leave loading Other benefits include: Professional Development Opportunities Education Opportunities - Study and Research Work-Life Balance, Variety and Flexibility Generous Salary Sacrificing Paid Parental Leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Discounted Private Health Insurance Fitness Passport Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) requirements: It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against vaccine preventable diseases as listed on the Role Description. How to apply: To submit your application / expression of interest, please include: Your current CV or resume, including referees. A short 1 to 2 page cover letter outlining how your experience, abilities and knowledge align with the organisational values, accountabilities and "How you will be Assessed" section of the Role Description. Include any additional forms / evidence as attached or listed on the Role Description. Please note pre-employment checks will be carried out on applicants recommended for appointment/employment which may include confirming your qualifications, professional registration/s, previous employment history (including any previous disciplinary action), criminal history, Australian work status and vaccination requirements. For assistance, contact Recruitment Services CQ Health and quote the Job Ad Reference (JAR) RK4B543726 Applications close: Wednesday, 6 March 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. This position will be filled in accordance with Queensland Public Health Sector (QUEENSLAND HEALTH) CERTIFIED AGREEMENT (No. 11) 2022. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. RK4B543726 - Librarian (PDF, 336KB) Role Description Information for Applicants (PDF, 312KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 10 FebQueensland Government
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. To apply, please upload 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 • Thu, 08 FebSt Kevin's College
Librarian » Rockhampton, Rockhampton Region - About us: The Education and Research Unit provides Nursing and Midwifery education, professional practice development services and Clinical Practice Improvement initiatives for nursing and midwifery staff, to facilitate the achievement of best practice health service delivery requirements. The Education and Research Unit is led by the Nursing Director of Education and Research. The Nurse Educators, Midwifery Educators, Clinical Nurse Consultants, Clinical Placement Coordinator, Clinical Facilitators, Student Facilitators, Transfusion Nurse and Librarians report to the Nursing Director of Education and Research. Nurse Educators in Gladstone, Emerald, Aged Care and Mental Health have professional links with the Education and Research Unit. The Health Sciences Library provides evidence-based reference and information services for all Queensland Health personnel across Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service (CQHHS), and Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service (WBHHS). About the role: Support the Nursing Director Education and Research in conducting and maintaining all library related services for the staff of Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. Provide proactive specialist information service at point of need, working closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide expert search and current awareness services to support evidenced based practice, continued professional development and research. About you: To be successful in this role you must have qualification as a Librarian from a recognised tertiary institution providing eligibility for professional (Associate) membership to the Australian Library and Information Association. Follow defined service quality standards, occupational health and safety policies and procedures relating to the work being undertaken in order to ensure high quality, safe services and workplace. Ability to provide a range of library services, including reference services, client education, and collection development. Understanding of, or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of, the needs and issues of health care, clinical education and training and health care research in relation to the provision of library services. What we offer:Salary information: Total remuneration value of up to $100,233 p.a. is comprised of: A salary between $50.64 - $55.38 p.h. 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% leave loading Other benefits include: Professional Development Opportunities Education Opportunities - Study and Research Work-Life Balance, Variety and Flexibility Generous Salary Sacrificing Paid Parental Leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Discounted Private Health Insurance Fitness Passport Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) requirements: It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against vaccine preventable diseases as listed on the Role Description. How to apply: To submit your application / expression of interest, please include: Your current CV or resume, including referees. A short 1 to 2 page cover letter outlining how your experience, abilities and knowledge align with the organisational values, accountabilities and 'How you will be Assessed' section of the Role Description. Include any additional forms / evidence as attached or listed on the Role Description. Please note pre-employment checks will be carried out on applicants recommended for appointment/employment which may include confirming your qualifications, professional registration/s, previous employment history (including any previous disciplinary action), criminal history, Australian work status and vaccination requirements. For assistance, contact Recruitment Services CQ Health and quote the Job Ad Reference (JAR) RK4B543726 Applications close: Wednesday, 6 March 2024This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Thu, 08 FebQueensland Health
Resource Services Librarian » Melton, Melton Area - Full Time Permanent Position Band 5 - Salary Range $76,355 to $87,925 per annum 11% Super ADO Salary offered will depend on level of skills and experience. About Melton City Council The City of Melton is a community where everyone belongs. Ours is a vibrant and diverse municipality — one of the fastest developing in Australia. Our organisation strives to provide our community with state-of-the-art amenity and facilities, engaging health and wellbeing options, and support to become active members of our Lifelong Learning City. We invest in innovation, offering professional and personal development, and generous leave and flexibility to staff, while also fostering a collaborative and inclusive culture. You’ll be able to work close to home in a dynamic setting featuring cafes and retail options set amongst heritage buildings and open green spaces. The Opportunity Melton City Libraries is expanding its frontline team and is investing in additional front of house and technical staffing across our branches. This newly created position is a mirror role to an existing position and will benefit from the expertise and support of an experienced peer whilst bringing a fresh vision and perspective to the service. As a member of the team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development and enhancement of a vibrant collection whilst engaging with the community to support lifelong learning opportunities. This position is a permanent, fulltime position based on a 35-hour week, including a regular evening and 1:4 Saturday mornings. Key Responsibilities As a library customer service shift supervisor, you will provide leadership to staff in the delivery of high-quality customer service across the library service to ensure customers have a positive experience characterised by active engagement. Participate in the rostered library customer service shifts at library facilities or outreach points and proactively engage with customers to maximise their use of resources, equipment, technology, and online platforms. Research and prepare statistical reports and analysis using the Library Management System and electronic resources to meet performance measurement requirements. Develop and monitor quality control processes with library suppliers to evaluate their performance in delivery of resources and quality of data records. To view the Position Description, click here. About you To be successful in this role you will have the following: A tertiary qualification acceptable for professional membership (librarian) of the Australian Library and Information Association together with public library experience, or significant progress towards that qualification together with a lesser library qualification and relevant public library experience. Demonstrated experience/knowledge in collection development and collection trends within public libraries. Understanding of policies and procedures of the library service. Current valid Victorian Driver’s Licence. Must hold or be able to obtain an Employee Working with Children Check. Culture and Values Our vision for our community is to be: "A vibrant, safe and liveable city accessible to all" and that means there’s a place here for you too. Our organisational values represent us as an established growth Council and the values are reflected in everything we do; our decision-making, our actions and our service provision to the community. Council has a diverse and vibrant organisation and we’d love to have you join us to help shape a city for the future. We are Vibrant MELTON. Our values are: Motivate Empower Lead Trust Open Nurture Benefits There are a number of great reasons why our people love working at Melton City Council: Staff Benefits | Melton City Council 13 ADO's (Accrued Day Off) per year 4 weeks and 2 days annual leave (As of 1st of July 2024 will increase to 5 weeks) Flexible Working Hours Extensive Career Development & Leadership Programs 16 weeks Paid Parental Leave (Super is paid during parental leave) 3 weeks Paid Secondary Carer Leave Family Room available including Breastfeeding Facilities (Melton City Council | Australian Breastfeeding Association) Wellbeing initiatives Subsidised Uniforms How To Apply If you require further information about the position, please contact Maresce Jones, Coordinator Library Operations and Resources on 9747 5334. Applications must include a Resume and address the Key Selection Criteria outlining your suitability to the role. To address the Key Selection Criteria, you will need to write short statements explaining how you meet the criteria, or how you demonstrate the capability. We encourage you to keep your responses concise. To be eligible for employment at Melton City Council you must be legally entitled to work in Australia. All successful applicants will need to undertake pre-employment requirements including but not limited to a satisfactory criminal history record check. Successful applicants must be able to comply with any COVID-19 Public Health Orders applicable to Local Government employees and Council’s COVID-19 vaccination policy which require employees to provide documentary evidence of their vaccination status before attending the workplace. We strongly encourage job applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, LGBTIQA and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. If selected for an interview and you require any additional support or adjustments regarding interview arrangements, please advise the contact listed above in advance. Melton City Council is committed to being a child safe organisation and has Zero tolerance for child abuse. Melton City Council is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe organisation where protecting children and preventing and responding to child abuse is at the centre of our everyday thinking and service delivery. Applications close 11:59pm Wednesday 21 February 2024 • Thu, 08 FebMelton City Council
Librarian , Queensland Health » Rockhampton, QLD - The Education and Research Unit have an exciting opportunity for a Librarian to join their dynamic team! The Librarian... you must have qualification as a Librarian from a recognised tertiary institution providing eligibility for professional (Associate) membership... • Wed, 07 FebQueensland Government$100233 per year
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 19 February 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. • Wed, 07 FebSt Kevin's College
Librarian | part-time » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Contract Type Contract Reference BH-370826 Industry Education & Training Salary Negotiable I am working with an educational institution to find a Librarian to work 3 days per week (you can pick from Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) at their Caboolture site. This position exists to cover a staff member's leave. This position is available now and will go through until May 10. The working hours for this contract are 8am-4pm. In this position, be responsible for general librarian tasks, as well as: Assisting students with complex enquiries at the service desk Providing virtual assistance to students Assisting with some project work on an as-needed basis. In order to have your application considered, you must: be available to commence within the next week or so be a qualified Librarian be willing to work part time (3 days per week, 8am-4pm) For more information, please contact Jemma Rowe at Ignite on 02 6113 7512 or jemma.roweigniteco.com • Wed, 07 FebIgnite Specialist Recruitment Services
Liaison Librarian » Australia - Overview: RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University. RMIT Vietnam is creating an innovative research, teaching and learning culture. We are committed to providing internationally recognised high-quality education and professional training for our students, clients and members of the community. As an internationally recognised Australian university based in Asia, RMIT Vietnam is assisting in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region. YOUR ROLE Liaison Librarians are responsible for liaising with customer groups within a nominated program(s), managing the development and delivery of digital literacy, digital inclusion and research support for the nominated program(s), developing and maintaining collections in nominated areas, and contributing to the strategic development of information services across the Library. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Design and deliver training workshops for academic and teaching staff in various programs such as new induction, non-teaching week and other events organized by the Dean of Students Division. Design and build e-learning experiences including online tutorials, instructions, guides and other interactive pages for students and academic staff, using educational platforms such as Canvas, Articulate 360, Notion and others to provide information/digital literacy, citing and referencing, copyright and relevant knowledge and skills. Provide expert reference and research support, including physical and virtual drop-in and booked consultations, for students, academics, alumni and RMIT communities including taking rostered shifts at evenings and weekends as required. Assist academic and teaching staff to find digital and print resources to build their course in Canvas, using resource list management software, while making sure the contents are embedded according to copyright and licensing guidelines. Liaise and collaborate with assigned customer groups in order to establish good working relationships; promote the Library's services; and understand the needs of the RMIT Vietnam community to provide high-level support. Acquire knowledge of academic and research programs to provide assistance to the Research team and academic researchers when requested. Support the development of library collections by selecting library resources in varied formats, including books and audio visual/multimedia resources; maintain a relevant collection by assessing the quality and physical condition of the assigned subject marketing and promoting of new resources. Attend various library, Schools and University wide meetings/committees and represent the library at important internal/external events as required. Actively engage in library professional organization activities as well as keeping up to date on the latest trends and techniques within the profession regarding library science, information technology, higher education, research, Artificial Intelligence etc. Contribute to the strategic direction and objective setting processes of the library by participating in team forums, projects, working parties and committees. Undertake other library duties as required. Act in the role of Learning and Teaching Librarian as directed. KEY SELECTION CRITERIA Relevant degree and/or postgraduate qualification and relevant experience and training sufficient to undertake the duties required An understanding of contemporary teaching, learning and research issues in academic environments. Demonstrated and extensive Library experience in liaising in an academic library. Demonstrated ability to develop collaborative work teams, locally and internationally and also to work independently. Demonstrated knowledge of trends and best practice in libraries to support students and staff in higher education. Demonstrated and extensive experience in reference work, during which a broad range of knowledge and expertise of discipline-relevant information sources has been acquired Ability to display appropriate behaviours in line with the position, as per the RMIT Behavioural Capability Framework (Connectedness, Commitment to Excellence - Improve and Simplify; Imagination and Innovation; Impact; Inclusion; Agility). ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT English is the language of teaching and communication at RMIT Vietnam. For this role, the minimum requirement is IELTS (General) with a score of at least 6 (or equivalent, as outlined in the Recruitment, Selection and Onboarding Guidelines). BENEFITS Competitive VND salary (plus allowances) starting from VND22,948,000 gross depending on proven track record in meeting all the key selection criteria. This is open for negotiation depending on your experience. 13th month Tet bonus private medical insurance (for you and your dependents) annual health check. 20 days annual leave plus 5 days paid leave Xmas closure, plus public holidays and paid sick leave. Free use of onsite sports and fitness facilities. Library on campus and online - access to RMIT Australia online library. HOW TO APPLY Please click on the 'Apply Now' button. Applications Close: 28 thg 2 2024 11.59 pm RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University. RMIT Vietnam is creating an innovative research, teaching and learning culture. We are committed to providing internationally recognised high-quality education and professional training for our students, clients and members of the community. As an internationally recognised Australian university based in Asia, RMIT Vietnam is assisting in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region. https://www.rmit.edu.vn/about-us • Wed, 07 FebRMIT University
Librarian » Gladstone Park, Hume Area - Location Profile Gladstone Park is a single campus, co-educational Year 7 to 12 College of almost 1550 students that serves a large residential community in the North Western suburbs of Melbourne. We have a culturally diverse enrolment. The school operates using a Sub-School model with Junior School years 7 - 8; Middle School years 9 - 10 and Senior School years 11 - 12. Currently more than 30 primary schools provide students for entry at Year 7. The school provides a core program in the Years 7-9. The Year 10 blocks are aligned with the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) blocks. Vocational Education and Training (VET) is also offered to students. A considerable proportion of Year 10 students undertake a VCE subject or pursue additional pathway options within the conventional curriculum program. The school has a Select Entry Acceleration (SEAL) Program. Our school is part of The Academy of Accredited SEAL Schools. Gladstone Park offers a unique Language Immersion program using the CLIL (Content Learning in Language methodology), where students are taught Maths, History and Geography in Italian by CLIL trained teachers. The school provides a significant extra-curricular and enrichment program including a large instrumental program and school bands; debating; drama and musical productions and a large House competition program. Facilities include: a 300 seat Performing Arts Centre with a dance studio, dedicated VCE student study centre, community library, modern administration block, one full size and one three quarter size gym, an outdoor soccer/hockey court, outdoor table-tennis tables, separate year 7 area and extensive gardens. The College has a warm and friendly atmosphere. Gladstone Park is a traditional school with traditional values, the key value being respect. Selection Criteria SC1: Demonstrated capacity to perform duties consistent with established guidelines and frameworks, including coordinating and supporting others in respect to specific work functions relevant to the role. SC2: Demonstrated capacity to work and collaborate with others in a team environment including high level oral and written communication skills. SC3: Demonstrated capacity to communicate effectively and in a professional manner when interacting with students, staff and the wider community. SC4: Possess the technical knowledge and expertise relevant to the position. SC5: Highly developed ICT skills and technical knowledge and expertise relevant to running a library. SC6: A commitment to professional learning and growth for both self and others. Role Relevant qualifications /experience in library information management highly desirable. Range 3 is distinguished by the introduction of management responsibility and accountability for the delivery of professional support services. The role will usually impact beyond the work area or professional field. It seeks to gain cooperation of other staff members or members of the school community to achieve specific objectives, such as in school administration, operations or educational programs. Direction on targets and goals is provided but the position will have some degree of latitude in determining how they are achieved. This latitude will generally be limited by standard procedures and school policy. Deviation from standard procedures and school policy will require guidance and direction from senior management. The provision of business management responsibilities becomes a feature at range 3. Management of staff to achieve the expected outcomes is a key responsibility. Staff management issues will be resolved with minimal reference to senior management, although guidance will be required in more complex cases. Senior management will be provided with timely reports and advice, although this will generally be confined to matters relating to the immediate work area, service provision or educational program and is unlikely to impact substantially on whole of school operations. This is the minimum range for positions that carry a mandatory qualification requirement of not less than four years. Professional student support positions become a feature at range 3 (e.g. therapists, psychologists) where standard professional services are delivered. Professional support and guidance will be close at hand and deviation from standard procedures and school policy will require guidance and direction from senior management. An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher. Responsibilities Please note: Time fraction, work days and start date are flexible and open to negotiation to the right candidate. · Assist students, staff and members of the public with the use of library facilities, including information technology · Supervision of students in the library space · Circulation desk duties · Promote the library and its service to students and staff · Support the teaching of research skills and assist students to locate information, in print and on-line · Process items including covering, labelling and item repairs · Contribute to the ongoing maintenance of the collection, including identifying items to add to the collection, adding catalogue records, weeding and stocktaking. · Assisting with shelving, self-checking and collection development. · Contributing to the atmosphere of the library as a positive place within the school. · Shared responsibility for Student Equity fund loans Who May Apply Individuals with the aptitude, experience and/or qualifications to fulfill the specific requirements of the position. EEO AND OHS Commitment Applicants seeking part-time employment are encouraged to apply for any teaching service position and, if they are the successful candidate, request a reduced time fraction. Such requests will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis and will be subject to the operational requirements of the school. The Department of Education (the department) is committed to the principles of equal opportunity, and diversity and inclusion for all. We value diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for roles within the department. The department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and department workplaces. It is our policy to provide reasonable adjustments for persons with a disability (see Workplace adjustment guidelines). Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants can contact Brett West, Yamatji man, in the Koorie Outcomes Division to talk about the recruitment process, the department and supports for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people in the department. Mobile: 0477 726 or email on: education.vic.gov.au Child Safe Standards Victorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the department's exemplar available at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/child-safe-standards/policy DE Values The department's employees commit to upholding the department's Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. The department's Values complement each school's own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the department values is available at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/values-department-vps-school-employees/overview Conditions of Employment All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements. Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check. A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided. Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx • Sat, 03 FebDepartment of Education VIC
Librarian (Ed Support Level 1-Range 3) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Western Metropolitan Job type: Part time / From 18/03/2024 Organisation: Schools (Government) Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 1399968 Selection Criteria SC1: Demonstrated capacity to perform duties consistent with established guidelines and frameworks, including coordinating and supporting others in respect to specific work functions relevant to the role. SC2: Demonstrated capacity to work and collaborate with others in a team environment including high level oral and written communication skills. SC3: Demonstrated capacity to communicate effectively and in a professional manner when interacting with students, staff and the wider community. SC4: Possess the technical knowledge and expertise relevant to the position. SC5: Highly developed ICT skills and technical knowledge and expertise relevant to running a library. SC6: A commitment to professional learning and growth for both self and others. Role Relevant qualifications /experience in library information management highly desirable. Range 3 is distinguished by the introduction of management responsibility and accountability for the delivery of professional support services. The role will usually impact beyond the work area or professional field. It seeks to gain cooperation of other staff members or members of the school community to achieve specific objectives, such as in school administration, operations or educational programs. Direction on targets and goals is provided but the position will have some degree of latitude in determining how they are achieved. This latitude will generally be limited by standard procedures and school policy. Deviation from standard procedures and school policy will require guidance and direction from senior management. The provision of business management responsibilities becomes a feature at range 3. Management of staff to achieve the expected outcomes is a key responsibility. Staff management issues will be resolved with minimal reference to senior management, although guidance will be required in more complex cases. Senior management will be provided with timely reports and advice, although this will generally be confined to matters relating to the immediate work area, service provision or educational program and is unlikely to impact substantially on whole of school operations. This is the minimum range for positions that carry a mandatory qualification requirement of not less than four years. Professional student support positions become a feature at range 3 (e.g. therapists, psychologists) where standard professional services are delivered. Professional support and guidance will be close at hand and deviation from standard procedures and school policy will require guidance and direction from senior management. An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher. Responsibilities Please note: Time fraction, work days and start date are flexible and open to negotiation to the right candidate. Assist students, staff and members of the public with the use of library facilities, including information technology Supervision of students in the library space Circulation desk duties Promote the library and its service to students and staff Support the teaching of research skills and assist students to locate information, in print and on-line Process items including covering, labelling and item repairs Contribute to the ongoing maintenance of the collection, including identifying items to add to the collection, adding catalogue records, weeding and stocktaking. Assisting with shelving, self-checking and collection development. Contributing to the atmosphere of the library as a positive place within the school. Shared responsibility for Student Equity fund loans Who May Apply Individuals with the aptitude, experience and/or qualifications to fulfill the specific requirements of the position. EEO AND OHS Commitment Applicants seeking part-time employment are encouraged to apply for any teaching service position and, if they are the successful candidate, request a reduced time fraction. Such requests will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis and will be subject to the operational requirements of the school. The Department of Education (the department) is committed to the principles of equal opportunity, and diversity and inclusion for all. We value diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for roles within the department. The department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and department workplaces. It is our policy to provide reasonable adjustments for persons with a disability (see Workplace adjustment guidelines). Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants can contact Brett West, Yamatji man, in the Koorie Outcomes Division to talk about the recruitment process, the department and supports for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people in the department. Mobile: 0477 726 801 or email on: brett.westeducation.vic.gov.au Child Safe Standards Victorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the department's exemplar available at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/child-safe-standards/policy DE Values The department's employees commit to upholding the department's Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. The department's Values complement each school's own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the department values is available at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/values-department-vps-school-employees/overview Conditions of Employment All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements. Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check. A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided. Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx Location Profile Gladstone Park is a single campus, co-educational Year 7 to 12 College of almost 1550 students that serves a large residential community in the North Western suburbs of Melbourne. We have a culturally diverse enrolment. The school operates using a Sub-School model with Junior School years 7 - 8; Middle School years 9 - 10 and Senior School years 11 - 12. Currently more than 30 primary schools provide students for entry at Year 7. The school provides a core program in the Years 7-9. The Year 10 blocks are aligned with the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) blocks. Vocational Education and Training (VET) is also offered to students. A considerable proportion of Year 10 students undertake a VCE subject or pursue additional pathway options within the conventional curriculum program. The school has a Select Entry Acceleration (SEAL) Program. Our school is part of The Academy of Accredited SEAL Schools. Gladstone Park offers a unique Language Immersion program using the CLIL (Content Learning in Language methodology), where students are taught Maths, History and Geography in Italian by CLIL trained teachers. The school provides a significant extra-curricular and enrichment program including a large instrumental program and school bands; debating; drama and musical productions and a large House competition program. Facilities include: a 300 seat Performing Arts Centre with a dance studio, dedicated VCE student study centre, community library, modern administration block, one full size and one three quarter size gym, an outdoor soccer/hockey court, outdoor table-tennis tables, separate year 7 area and extensive gardens. The College has a warm and friendly atmosphere. Gladstone Park is a traditional school with traditional values, the key value being respect. • Sat, 03 FebSchools
Librarian » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Relevant qualifications /experience in library information management highly desirable. Range 3 is distinguished by the introduction of management responsibility and accountability for the delivery of professional support services. The role will usually impact beyond the work area or professional field. It seeks to gain cooperation of other staff members or members of the school community to achieve specific objectives, such as in school administration, operations or educational programs. Direction on targets and goals is provided but the position will have some degree of latitude in determining how they are achieved. This latitude will generally be limited by standard procedures and school policy. Deviation from standard procedures and school policy will require guidance and direction from senior management. The provision of business management responsibilities becomes a feature at range 3. Management of staff to achieve the expected outcomes is a key responsibility. Staff management issues will be resolved with minimal reference to senior management, although guidance will be required in more complex cases. Senior management will be provided with timely reports and advice, although this will generally be confined to matters relating to the immediate work area, service provision or educational program and is unlikely to impact substantially on whole of school operations. This is the minimum range for positions that carry a mandatory qualification requirement of not less than four years. Professional student support positions become a feature at range 3 (e.g. therapists, psychologists) where standard professional services are delivered. Professional support and guidance will be close at hand and deviation from standard procedures and school policy will require guidance and direction from senior management. An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher. • Sat, 03 FebSchools VIC
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Library Technician - Brisbane - TOP $$$$'s » Brisbane, Brisbane 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 Library Technician 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 an independent Prep to Year 12 Co-educational School near Brisbane, 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. Additionally, the school provides Islamic Education to promote holistic development, encompassing intellectual, physical, moral, spiritual, and aesthetic aspects for young 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 our school community. Schedule: Full-time role during school term time. Monday to Friday, 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. Competency with the Oliver library system is highly advantageous or the ability to quickly acquire skills. Strong administrative skills with a high level of competence in MS Suite. Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple tasks and competing priorities. A high level of attention to detail. Ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. A can-do attitude and high level of flexibility. Enjoy being part of a positive school community. Staff Benefits: Superannuation salary packaging. 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 • Fri, 02 FebStaffing Group
School Officer » Kirwan, Townsville Surrounds - Position: School Officer - Library ServicesCommencing Date: Term 1, 2024Tenure: Term Time, PermanentSalary Range: $32.23 - $33.60 per hour pending experienceClosing Date: Monday, 19 February 2024 unless filled prior Ryan Catholic College, Kirwan was established in 1979 and has as its foundational story the well-known "Journey to Emmaus" from the Gospel of Luke. The theme of "journey" is one that is embraced by the college and is a fine metaphor for portraying the growth that all people experience in developing their spirituality, intellect, physical and social capabilities and wisdom.The college has an enviable reputation for providing an education which results in graduates who are well rounded young people. Academic excellence is sought and achieved, yet there is a broad education provided so that all who seek our values find a suitable pathway to attaining their goals. About the role Ryan Catholic College, Kirwan is seeking an experienced and dedicated School Officer - Library Services to commence as soon as practicable. This is a term time, continuing position completing 35 hours per week. The role of School Officer – Library Services is responsible for assisting with the smooth day to day running of the library with a broad range of associated roles and tasks within a variety of contexts. The School Officer - Library Services will collaborate with a dedicated team to provide essential administrative support under the guidance of the Teacher Librarian, serving as a line manager. The School Officer – Library Services will be required to apply some judgement and discretion with the application of equipment, work organisation, service provision and actions to achieve outcomes within time constraints. Key Accountabilities The School Officer - Library Services typical duties include, but are not limited to: Daily opening and closing procedures Assist with library stocktake Maintain library environment and facilities. Train library volunteers Maintain library equipment Maintain, operate and trouble shoot issues with equipment including IT and AV equipment Circulation and help desk duties Assist with stocktaking of resources Administrative tasks to support the functioning of the library – barcoding, stamping, spine labelling and covering Promote the library services and resources to all staff and students. Preparation and advertising for Book Club and Book Fair Support the Librarian in running library activities and clubs Undertake special projects with the direction of the Librarian Other duties as requested by the Librarian or College Leadership team. Mandatory Criteria Current Working with Children Suitability Card - The successful candidate will require a paid Blue Card before commencement as per the No Card, No Start policy developed by Queensland Government. Ability to perform the physical requirements of the role in a safe manner. Desirable Criteria Qualification at certificate level or equivalent knowledge and experience relevant to the position First Aid qualification or a willingness to complete. About You Demonstrated knowledge of library activities and procedures Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing circumstances and embrace and contribute to new approaches An appreciation of the changing role of the Library in the education sector and the capacity to adapt accordingly Experience in a school/educational setting interacting with students and staff. For more information, please refer to the Position Description and Duty Statement. What we offer Competitive hourly rate Modern facilities, equipment and resources Access to additional employer superannuation contributions Access to long service leave after 7 years of continuous service 14 Weeks’ paid parental leave Deferred salary scheme Access to corporate health schemes Induction processes and professional learning programs Access to Employee Assistance Program Well-being programs and initiatives Our Organisation Townsville Catholic Education supports a diverse region extending from Townsville to the Burdekin and Whitsunday regions in the south, and north to Ingham and Halifax, south-west to Winton, and west to the border with the Northern Territory, encompassing Mount Isa and several small, isolated western towns and east to Palm Island. Townsville Catholic Education provides a supportive, flexible working environment where care for the individual is an important part of our ethos. We employ motivated people who want to work together to produce excellent outcomes for our students. Our staff are recognised as being central to achieving our mission. How to apply Upload a current resume Upload a cover letter addressing the skills, attributes and experience to support the key accountabilities of the role identified in the position description Complete the application form including your two nominated professional referees (name, position title and email address) Applications during the shortlisting phase will be kept confidential. Applications close 3.00pm Monday, 19 February 2024 unless filled prior. For more career opportunities, click here. Apply Now • Thu, 01 FebDiocese of Townsville Catholic Education - TES
Teacher Librarian (0.50 FTE) » Mansfield, Mansfield Area - Geelong Grammar School is one of the world’s leading co-educational boarding and day schools. Offering exceptional educational opportunities across four campuses from Early Learning to Year 12, Geelong Grammar School is committed to making a positive difference for students, staff and the community. We believe in prioritising wellbeing, adventure, creativity and academic rigour, and we value wisdom.Timbertop is Geelong Grammar School’s Year 9 full boarding campus, located in Victoria’s high country near Mansfield which offers a full academic and outdoor education programme designed to take advantage of the magnificent natural environment. This is an opportunity for an appropriately qualified and experienced professional who enjoys working collaboratively in a team and developing dynamic and innovative programs to support students.This position works in the GGS Library team and reports to the Head of Campus | Timbertop supporting and providing library services at the Timbertop campus. This position will require contemporary library skills and experience working in a Library will be highly regarded.The successful candidate will have an appropriate Education Degree and registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).This position is offered on an ongoing, 0.50 FTE basis with an attractive remuneration package and an opportunity for flexible working hours. There is also opportunity for additional hours and days working in other aspects of the School. If this interests you, please make note in your application.All teaching staff at Geelong Grammar School have a significant role in enhancing the resiliency and wellbeing of students through the delivery of Positive Education, based on the principles of Positive Psychology. Geelong Grammar School is committed to the safety of all students and has a zero tolerance of student abuse.For further details visit the employment page on our website: www.ggs.vic.edu.au/employmentApplications close at 9:00am on Wednesday 14 February 2024. Please be aware that applications will be reviewed as they are submitted, and interviews may occur prior to the closing date. Teacher Librarian Position Description • Thu, 01 FebGeelong Grammar School
Director, Library Services (Information) » Victoria - , metadata, and discovery. Work closely with the University librarian and senior library staff to ensure the... advice to the University librarian, including briefings, position papers and presentations on emerging or complex strategic... • Tue, 30 JanDeakin University

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