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Academic Liaison Librarian, Law The University of Waikato

Academic Liaison Librarian, Law
Library, The University of Waikato

Are you an experienced Library professional with a commitment to continuous improvement and innovative service delivery? Do you have a passion for working with students and academic staff to help them achieve their research goals? You may be just the person we are looking for.

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced librarian to work closely with Te Piringa Faculty of Law staff and students. You will need to be proactive in establishing excellent working relationships with the Faculty and have the ability to develop and promote library resources and services. You will be responsible for teaching legal information research development skills essential to the practice of law. You will also develop in-depth knowledge of the Law Faculty’s curriculum, faculty research interests and legal information resources, along with an understanding of and support for educational technology.

To be our successful candidate you will have the ability to deliver professional library services in an academic setting and an appreciation of the research and learning needs of staff and students in the University environment. You will be a dynamic, confident person who is ready to run with new ideas and who can see fresh opportunities.

If you have a University degree and a tertiary qualification in Librarianship (or are close to completion), have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently, this is a unique opportunity to work in a student-focused environment in an award winning building.

Salary will be in the range of $57,574 to $69,292 per year depending on qualifications, skills and experience.

Closing date: 8 March 2019                              Vacancy number: 390014

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Closing date: 
Friday, March 8, 2019
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