|Salary:||£28,929 to £35,308|
|Placed On:||27th March 2023|
|Closes:||16th April 2023|
Location: The Hive
Closing Date: Sunday 16 April 2023
Interview Date: Tuesday 02 May 2023
The University of Worcester Library Services are seeking an outstanding candidate, to join our award-winning service as part of our Academic Engagement Team.
We are looking for a candidate dedicated to helping students develop the academic skills and confidence they need to succeed at university. This role will suit individuals who are able to adapt their teaching to meet the differing needs of student cohorts and delivery styles. You will be a strong library and information management advocate, encouraging staff and students to engage with and use the full range of library services, including helping them to research and make effective use of a diverse set of information sources, tools and technologies. You will work closely with academic colleagues to embed library teaching into their curriculum and develop resource lists that support and complement teaching. You will also be part of the popular askalibrarian enquiries team, helping our users to navigate our resources.
This post will work primarily with the Schools of Arts and Humanities, forming part of the wider subject cluster of Education, Culture and Society. The postholder will also take the lead in developing and promoting our services for research students across the University.
University of Worcester Library Services is an innovative and high-quality service achieving consistently high levels of student satisfaction and holding Customer Service Excellence accreditation. Find out more about Who we are and what we do.
The Library Services operates out of The Hive, a ground-breaking, fully integrated academic and public library, run in partnership with Worcestershire County Council, which provides services to all members of the University and community.
This role is open to those who would like job-share, part-time or flexible working arrangements. Find out more about our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
From 1 August 2023, the salary range for this role will increase to £29,605 - £36,023, with the opportunity to progress to £39,348.
For any informal queries about this vacancy please contact: Kate Courage email@example.com.
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