Lending Services Supervisor
$63,617 – $74,843 (pro rata for hours worked)
Are you an innovative library professional with a passion for working with the public? Do you have outstanding leadership and customer services skills?
Supervisors in Lending Services are responsible for the day to day running of the section and other City Library sections on evenings and weekends. This includes assisting customers in their use of the library, supervising and training staff and dealing with any emergency situations that may occur. Other duties include working on information desks, issuing, and returning library materials, registering new members, and cash receipting.
You will bring experience in public libraries or education and have considerable knowledge of Information and reference enquiry work and technology, along with a demonstrated ability to use initiative and take responsibility for tasks through to completion. You must be highly motivated and have excellent interpersonal skills to motivate your team in providing excellent customer service.
Working with the public is rewarding but can at times be challenging, therefore applicants must be proactive and confident to address customer behaviour which can occur in a public service environment. A commitment to on- going learning and training is also imperative.
HOURS OF WORK
The normal hours of work are 16 hours per week as follows:
- Wednesday 5.00pm – 8.30pm
- Thursday 5.00pm – 8.30pm
- Friday 5.00pm – 8.30pm
- Saturday 10.30am – 4.30pm
If this sounds like you and you have the relevant experience and enjoy working in a team based collaborative environment, we look forward to hearing from you. Please visit www.dcc.jobs for further information on this role.
Thank you for your interest in working at the Dunedin City Council. The application form and questionnaire comply with the safety checking requirements as prescribed in the Vulnerable Children Act 2014. All applicants will be subject to police vetting prior to employment.
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