Library Assistant (22 hours per week)

University of Brighton
February 06, 2023
Offerd Salary:£21,630 to £23,715
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Library Assistant (22 hours per week) Information Services Location: Brighton - City Campus

Salary: £21,630 to £23,715 pro rata 22 hours per week Closing Date: Monday 06 February 2023 Reference: IS5153-23-017

Join us in this customer focused role based as a Library Assistant in the St Peters House library team at the City campus.

In this role, you will spend part of your time at the busy Help Desk, assisting customers to access library services via library systems and online resources, dealing with returned and reserved books, answering general enquiries. Other regular duties will include routine tasks such as daily circulation and shelving of stock, involving physical work such as moving materials, boxes and trolleys in line with health and safety guidelines to maintain a safe and appropriate study space.

To succeed in this dynamic environment, you will need to:

In return we offer a wide range of employee benefits including a generous pension scheme, travel loans and annual leave starting at 23 days a year pro rata with additional bank holidays and further time off over the Christmas period.

Unfortunately, due to current business requirements and the hours of the post, this role is not suitable for a job share arrangement.

This is a permanent post, 22 hours per week normally worked over three days (potentially Thurs/Fri/Mon), with occasional weekend working on rota, for which appropriate enhancements and time off in lieu is given. The hours are excluding meal breaks (these are unpaid). The working days may also include regular evening work (12-8pm).Interviews are expected to take place on 23rd February 2023.

If you would like to discuss this post please contact Rachel Bramley or Fiona Yeoman, User Services Librarians: [email protected]/[email protected] or 01273 643220.

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    Further information about working for us, as well as the wide range of benefits we offer, can be found in the working with us section of our vacancies page.

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