Salary: £25,742 to £28,759 per annum pro rata Term Time Only, Saturdays (6 hrs/wk) and Sundays (4 hrs/wk) - 32 weeks Closing Date: Sunday 26 November 2023 Interview Date: Monday 04 December 2023 Reference: 23-LIBR361-0785-0810-1
Student Services wishes to recruit several enthusiastic and energetic ICT Advisers to provide front-line technical and application support to the University Library users, as well as supporting resources, facilities, equipment and technology available in the library.
You should be educated to ‘A' level standard or equivalent and possess excellent customer service and interpersonal skills, including an ability to communicate directly with non-technical users. You will need to be a competent and confident IT user with experience of IT systems and applications such as Windows, Mac OS, MS Office and the internet as well as using creative art and design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite.
Experience of working in a customer-orientated environment is essential. Previous experience of providing student ICT support in academic environment would be an advantage but not essential, as training will be given.
Equally important are the abilities to work as part of a team, to use your initiative and ability to work systematically, follow procedures, and take care in maintaining records and pay attention to detail. You should be prepared to learn new skills, especially in new technology. A First Aid qualification (or the willingness to be trained as a First Aider) would be desirable.
We are looking for cover for the following hours: -
1 x Sunday ICT Advisor; 1pm - 5pm; Term Time Only
2 x Saturday ICT Advisors; 10am - 5pm; Term Time Only
NB 3 weeks a year operating as extended opening – Saturday/Sunday - 10am – 7pm
The actual salary for Saturday ICT Adviser is £3,210-£3,586 per annum
The actual salary for Sunday ICT Adviser is £2,172-£2,427 per annum
Contact information: For an informal conversation regarding the role please contact Kathryn Shelley, at [email protected] and 01252 892149.
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