Fixed-term: 31 October 2018.
The Department of Chemistry is seeking a creative, pro-active, and enthusiastic person to cover a secondment. The role offers a great opportunity to gain experience of working in a large, busy and diverse, discipline-specific library, with particular responsibility for the library social media accounts and assistance with various library projects. The Librarian is responsible for the delivery of the library and information service to the Department.
Applications are sought from candidates with experience of librarian work within the University, and development and delivery of training in the use of Library services and resources. The successful candidate will be a graduate, preferably with a science qualification either as postgraduate diploma or first degree or equivalent, will have a qualification in Librarianship or Information Studies and experience of working in a similar role in an academic or research library setting. A sound understanding of electronic information sources, automated library systems and standard office applications is essential and, as you will manage a part time Library Assistant, experience of staff management would also be beneficial but not essential.
Secondment Cover: The funds for this post are available until 31/10/2018 or the return of the post holder whichever is the earlier.
This role is suitable for a secondment within the University as it is an excellent opportunity for someone currently working in a library role in the University to gain further experience in a large department.
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