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Job details
Employer Leeds College of Building
Location LS2 7QT
Contract type Part Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
Posted
Closing date Applications are closed

LEEDS COLLEGE OF BUILDING 

LIBRARY ASSISTANT

Internal ref: 0033 

Hours: 30 per week (Monday to Thursday) 

Salary: £12,266.76 to £13,964.59 per annum (actual salary)  

You will provide general clerical and administrative support in the College Library working predominantly at our North Street site in Leeds and one day per week at our Hunslet campus library. Duties will include supporting the day-to-day running of the Library through book issues and returns and liaison with students and staff. You will take part in new book processing and the creation of displays. You will also support the development of the service through Library promotions, inductions and other training events.   

You will ideally have relevant library experience, preferably in an educational environment, and must possess 5 GCSEs (grades A*-C) including English Language and Maths, or equivalent.  Excellent IT skills are essential and experience of using library management software is desirable.   

Candidates will demonstrate a commitment to continuing professional development. In return we offer an excellent benefits package which, for this post, includes an enviable annual leave entitlement (30 days pro-rata) in addition to statutory and additional bank holidays, an excellent pension scheme (West Yorkshire Pension Fund), free parking at all of our College sites on a first come first served basis, family friendly policies and opportunities for training and development. 

Please note that all applications should be completed online.  Please visit the vacancies section of our website at www.lcb.ac.uk.   CV’s will not be accepted.   

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 24th October 2017 at 12 noon  

Please note this position is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.    

The College is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. It is also committed to the ‘Prevent Duty’ and the requirement to prevent people being drawn into terrorism and expects all staff to share these commitments.