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Victoria University has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic subject librarian to join our team of subject librarians. This permanent, full time position is well suited to an individual that is looking to work collaboratively within a supportive and inspiring university environment which embraces equity and diversity with opportunities to progress your career.
Working within Victoria University Library, you will be based at our Pipitea Campus primarily supporting the Faculty of Law, working closely across teams within the Library and the wider University supporting academic and student success. More specifically, the teams of subject librarians provide personal in-depth assistance and specialised research, teaching and learning support to individual staff and students and act as liaisons to academic faculties, schools and programmes.
The successful applicant will have:
• Previous library and / or tertiary education sector experience.
• Demonstrated experience in delivering high quality client services.
• Effectively built and maintained strong working relationships in an organisation.
These key responsibilities will assist the Library in effectively anticipating and responding to University staff, students and programme needs. With plenty of opportunities to grow, this role would suit an individual with a desire to progress their library career.
If you are someone that enjoys taking on new challenges, strives to collaborate effectively within a highly successful team, values academic scholarship and student achievement, is excellent at building and managing relationships, thrives in a fast-paced and stimulating environment, with an enthusiastic drive to develop and deliver new and transformative services, then we want to hear from you.
For a full role description and to submit your application online please visit: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/about/careers/current-vacancies, Vacancy No. 2888.
Your application should include your current CV with a covering letter addressing the requirements outlined in the ‘Selection Criteria’ section of the role description.
Applications close Sunday 23 June 2019. Reference 2888