About the Organisation:
Melbourne Polytechnic Institute offers not only a different way to learn: we also offer a different way to work. We believe in the importance of a good work-life balance and offer a range of benefits to support our staff to achieve their best. We have a flexible and supportive culture and we’re always on the lookout for skilled, motivated individuals to join us.
About the role:
As a library officer, you will be delivering contemporary, dynamic and engaging library and customer service experiences to staff and current students as well as potential students within our library.
You will support staff and students to seek, access and interpret information and information resources as well as providing digital literacy assistance to students. We strive to continually improve our services and as a library officer you will be involved in library project teams aimed at improving the services we provide to staff and students.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
Want to find out more? Check out the position description and submit your application as soon as you can.
*Applicants must address the selection criteria in the Position Description
Applications will only be considered from candidates that have the appropriate approval to work in Australia.
Melbourne Polytechnic promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people.
Melbourne Polytechnic encourages Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, LGBTIQ+ and from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this job, with age being no barrier.
The Victoria State Government is the executive administrative authority of the Australian state of Victoria.
As a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, the State Government was first formed in 1851 when Victoria first gained the right to responsible government. Since the federation of Australia in 1901, Victoria has been a state, to which the Constitution of Australia regulates its relationship with the Australian Government. Under the Constitution, all states ceded legislative and judicial supremacy to the federal government but retain powers in matters not in conflict with federal law.