|Salary:||£37,099 to £41,732 per annum, Grade I|
|Placed On:||27th September 2023|
|Closes:||11th October 2023|
The post-holder will work with members of the Academic Engagement team consisting of Subject Librarians, two Faculty Librarians, and a Teaching and Learning Librarian. Under the guidance of the Faculty Librarians, you will design, create, and deliver online and face-to-face information and digital literacy skills content.
The primary focus of the role will be supporting the STEMM disciplines, but you will be expected to liaise regularly and work closely with the existing Teaching and Learning Librarian who reports to the Faculty Librarian for Arts, Social Sciences and Law.
This is an open ended position with fixed-funding until 31/07/2025.
What will you be doing?
The post-holder will work with the Academic Engagement team to develop information and digital literacy skills programmes with particular focus on and relevance to the STEMM disciplines. Some of these will be discipline-specific and embedded within the academic curriculum, others will be more generic and offered outside of the curriculum.
You will deliver high quality information and digital skills workshops and 1:1 tutorials to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
You will contribute to the promotion of information and digital literacy skills to students and academics.
You should apply if
Contract type: Open-ended with fixed-funding until 31/07/2025
James Webley, Faculty Librarian for Engineering, Health Sciences, Life Sciences, and Science. firstname.lastname@example.org
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 11/10/2023.
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