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SHA TIN COLLEGE, 3 Lai Wo Lane, Sui Wo Road, Fo Tan, Sha Tin, N.T., Hong Kong Tel: 2699 1811, Fax: 2695 0592, Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.shatincollege.edu.hk Principal: Mr. Marc Morris This is a six form entry secondary school with a capacity for 1200 students. LIBRARY ASSISTANT (Contract from 28 January 2013 to the end of June 2014) The school is seeking to appoint a Library Assistant to work with the Librarian to ensure the smooth and efficient running of its busy school library. The position requires someone who enjoys working as a part of a team to achieve the library’s objectives. The post holder must therefore enjoy working with students, have a passion for books and literature and be computer literate. The person appointed must have an excellent command of written and spoken English, as well as clerical and inter-personal skills of a high order. Proficient computer skills, and a willingness to develop these further, are essential. The successful applicant will need to become proficient in operating library system software including Softlink, “Oliver”. Appropriate qualifications and previous experience of working with students in an educational setting would be an advantage. The position is a full-time but term time only position. The successful candidate will have unpaid leave each year during summer holidays which are specified in the ESF annual school calendar. The position will be available from the 28 January 2013. Closing date: Tuesday, 15 January 2013 Applicants must possess a valid work visa. Applications should be sent via the website email link (https://recruit.esf.edu.hk/) including a CV and the names and contact details (email/fax) of two professional referees stating the position applied for as the email subject. Personal data provided by job applicants will be used strictly in accordance with the English Schools Foundation’s Personal Data Policy, a copy of which will be provided immediately upon request. Website: http://www.esf.edu.hk JOB FAMILY: SUPPORT STAFF Role Name Library Assistant Job Code Role Summary The Library Assistant provides the library supporting whenever needed to ensure the smooth running of the library. The post holder is responsible for supporting the curriculum, teaching and learning within the school. Main Accountabilities Main duties: a) Maintain the efficient running of the Library. b) Assist the Librarian in overseeing the use of all Library equipment. c) Undertake routine Library procedures d) Ensure, as far as practicable, the security of the Library and its contents. e) Encourage students and staff to use the library regularly. f) Establish a professional and friendly working relationship with students. g) Assist with storage, shelving and maintenance of resources. h) Support teaching staff as required. i) Assist with Departmental administrative tasks including filing and photocopying. j) Assist with members of the school community to access print/audio visual and electronic services, materials and facilities k) Offer guidance to users, where necessary, on the proper use of the INTERNET, CD-ROM, and any other technology-related equipment. l) Willing to learn and keep up to date with Library automation. m) Operate library systems including Softlink, “Oliver” and other softwares. n) On the occasions when the Librarian needs to be absent from the premises, ensuring the smooth running of the Library for daily users. o) Supervise the library during breaks, lunchtime and after school. p) Participate in developing interesting and relevant displays. q) Assist staff and students to easily access information and recreational resources required. r) Establish a clear code of library conduct, consistent with the school’s general code of conduct. s) Provide clerical support as required. t) Carry out all reasonable tasks that may be requested by the Librarian, Vice Principal (in charge of the Library) and the Business and Administration Manager. Any other duties as reasonably assigned by the Business and Administration Manager in line with policy and practice for rotation of duties among staff for breadth of knowledge and experience as means in attaining good team work and objectives for training and development. Typical reporting relationship The post holder is accountable, in the first instance, to the Librarian and report to the Business and Administration Manager for HR issues. Minimum typical education Diploma/Bachelor Degree in Library Studies/Other Relevant Subjects Minimum typical experience 3-5 years relevant experience Core Professional / Technical Abilities Competencies required The person appointed must be able to work under pressure and within tight deadlines with good communication skills. Knowledge Computing Skills (Library System Software - ALICE, OLIVER and the latest development) Knowledge of School Library Core Soft / Transferable - Customer service Competencies required - Collaboration/teamwork - Planning and organizing work - Flexibility and Adaptability - Acts in the best interest of the school and ESF Development / Training to Development activities support role competencies To be negotiated as part of the performance management process Relevant courses To be negotiated as part of the performance management plan Notes: English Schools Foundation
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