Librarian Grade 1- Bega (Australia)

Australia. - NSW Government: Librarian Grade 1- Bega. TAFE NSW - Life Changing Careers Librarian Grade 1 Bega Permanent part-time Base Salary $70,168 - $91,675 (pro rata) plus superannuation and leave loading At TAFE NSW, we are dedicated to life-changing impact. That's why we offer world-class training and education that delivers the skills needed for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Life-changing impact starts with an incredible team that sees their career as an opportunity to transform someone's world. Whether that's inspiring students, supporting each other, or helping our communities and industries flourish. We invest in our people At TAFE NSW, you will discover a diverse, dynamic, and collaborative environment, where you can innovate, create value, and do meaningful work. We provide you with tools and ongoing training and professional development, health and wellbeing programs. About the role Permanent part-time opportunity available in our Bega campus, 17 1/2 hour working week spread across Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with a variety of flexible working options. The Librarian, Grade 1, provides reference services ensuring the delivery of relevant high-quality information to meet the needs of customers from a range of sectors. The role contributes to the development, responsive delivery and evaluation of library and information services which support and enrich the learning and study of customers. It also contributes to the preparation, deployment and evaluation of high-quality library and information collections and library guides to meet the information needs of all customers. This is a fantastic opportunity for self-driven and dedicated professionals who are passionate about Library Services, who have well-developed information technology skills and demonstrated commitment to the implementation of the use of online resources and communication technologies in an educational environment. About You We are seeking an enthusiastic individual who has a broad knowledge of library and information services, systems, procedures and current developments. The ideal candidate will be passionate about providing a quality customer experience. You have an adept knowledge, and a sound understanding of technology relevant to Libraries and can maintain your own motivation, and dedication to positive outcomes, when posed with challenging concepts. You are an initiative-taking professional who is confident when working alone, or within a team, and are able to connect and collaborate with relevant stakeholders within the community. To find out more about the role, click to view the Position Description. Our commitment to Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion We are committed to creating a culturally safe and accessible workplace where dignity, trust, respect, and the promotion of diversity and inclusion are valued, so you can safely bring your whole self to work and connect with your community through our many diverse employee networks. If you require an adjustment in the recruitment process, please contact our Talent Acquisition Advisor listed below. A career of life-changing impact awaits you. Apply now Applications close: Sunday 28 January 2024 11.55pm To apply for this role, click on 'apply now' and provide: Your current resume Certified copies of your qualifications Cover letter addressing the essential requirements 1 -4 only (as per the position description) Response to the targeted question below (500 word limit) Targeted Question This position is required to provide exceptional customer services to students as well as staff members. What is your approach to resolving complex customer issues? Provide an example of a customer related issue you helped to resolve, outline what strategies you used. General recruitment and adjustment enquiries: contact Talent Acquisition Advisor, Sarah Aitchison via or 0435 078 206. Role-specific enquiries: contact Manager Library Services, Jo Clark via email For helpful insights into preparing your application, TAFE NSW's recruitment process, and getting interview ready, read through our Application Process and the interactive Capability Application Tool. This is a child-related position. A Working with Children Check is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work. It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct. For ongoing positions in the NSW Public Sector, you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. An eligibility list, valid for 18 months, may be created for this position, and position(s) of the same classification that subsequently becomes vacant, may be filled via this recruitment.. Publication: Wed, 17 Jan via #librarian #career #australia

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