Ormiston Senior College (Auckland) Library Manager - Full Time
Are you looking for a school that values innovative approaches to learning? Do you have ideas for what a 21st century library could look like?
Ormiston Senior College, situated in south-east Auckland, is a multi-cultural, senior college catering for Years 11-13 students. The library manager position is full-time with holiday time negotiable. The library manager has sole charge of our facility. The library is an integral part of resourcing the school’s learning and the library manager works closely with teaching staff and students to provide a superb customer service. The collection has been specifically developed to support NCEA across multiple platforms. ACCESS-IT is our library management system and knowledge of this would be an advantage.
Innovative practice in a modern learning environment is encouraged across the school and the library reflects this. A particular strength is the high trust model and the library is open to all, at all times. There is scope for the library manager to contribute to the wider life of the school. Closing date: Friday 29 November 3:00pm CVs with covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
VSA (Cook Islands) Digital Librarian
Established in 1968, the University of the South Pacific (USP) is one of only two universities of its type in the world. It is jointly owned by the governments of 12 member countries. An internationally acclaimed institution with a distinctly Pacific character, it promotes academic excellence, innovation and research, responsible leadership, and community service.
In this assignment you will support USP Archives, Library and Museum to preserve and organise their digital content in a manner which facilitates ease of access, and ultimately support the success of Cook Islands students. You will work alongside both USP staff and students to assess current skill levels, and develop and deliver training workshops in digital research and records systems. Key to this role will be ensuring sustainability of the digital library.
There will also be scope to work with other organisations outside of USP to build capacity through education on how to best collate their own resources. You will be based at the USP Cook Islands Campus which is centrally located in Avarua, in the heart of Rarotonga for 1-year. There will also be an opportunity to extend your assignment to 2-years by mutual agreement.
We are looking for a volunteer with: Relevant experience within Library or information services Experience working in a research library, academic or other appropriate environment Strong knowledge and/or experience in Information Management Research support skills Strong knowledge of computers and digital library systems. Thorough understanding of digital research and practice as well as leading digital research projects VSA volunteers receive a living allowance and accommodation, insurance, and medical costs are provided.
Pakuranga College is seeking to employ a Library Manager to work in our Library. This position will commence 20 January 2020.
This is a permanent position for 40 hours per week during Secondary Term time. Conditions of employment are in accordance with the Support Staff in Schools Collective Agreement and this position has been graded as Grade D and the hourly rate will be based on experience. You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to apply for this position. Appointment is subject to a satisfactory police vet.
Please apply in writing including a cover letter, CV, application guidelines (available on our website) and at least two referees to: Carol Stephenson Executive Officer email@example.com
Applications close when position is filled.
Christchurch Girls' High School - Te Kura o Hine Waiora (Aoraki) Librarian (Fixed term)
Christchurch Girls' High School - Te Kura o Hine Waiora is looking for a motivated, creative, enthusiastic and friendly Librarian to manage the day to day operation of our school Library, whilst our Librarian is on leave from mid-February 2020 to March 2021. This is a fixed term, full time (37.5 hours per week), term time only position, with some additional hours during term breaks possibly required.
The successful applicant will be required to: • Build strong relationships with staff and students, promoting the role of the Library and range of resources available • Positively encourage readers and organise book talks/ displays and other Library related events eg Book Week • Support and collaborate with staff to plan inquiry units and identify appropriate resourcing • Maintain the Library Management System • Manage the Library Team, including motivating the large student librarian team and an experienced part time Library Assistant • Liaise with external agencies • Enjoy being a central part of the busy school Library, answering queries and being a key person for visitors, staff and students.
Library Management Administration experience and excellent organisational and relationship building skills are an advantage. A good knowledge of Accessit and Kamar software is essential. Remuneration will be aligned with the NZEI Support Staff in Schools' Collective Agreement and commensurate with background and experience.