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Vacancy: Librarian

Whitley College

As the Baptist College of Victoria and as an agency of the Baptist Union, Whitley College is dedicated to providing high quality theological educational resources to all of those committed to the call of God and to the life and mission of the Church in a rapidly changing society. In offering theological education through a comprehensive range of diplomas and degrees accredited by the University of Divinity, professional development opportunities, advanced research programs, and innovative and flexible training initiatives, Whitley seeks to fulfil its mission to equip men and women for leadership and service in a variety of ministries in church and society. Whitley is committed to creating an even stronger and dynamic learning environment for students and to develop further the relationships with partners and stakeholders.

Primary objectives

Whitley is seeking a person to fulfil the position of Librarian.

The Librarian is responsible for the provision of information services to support the teaching, learning and research activities of the faculty and students of Whitley College.

The Geoffrey Blackburn Library is situated in Parkville, with a significant proportion of the collection stored off-site pending the development of a new premises within the next 2–3 years. This is a part-time role with the hours of work structured around the teaching timetable ensuring the availability of a Librarian at peak student use times.

Position Description

Read the full Librarian Position Description.

Enquiries

Prospective and interested candidates may direct inquiries to Lorraine Mitchell (lmitchell@whitley.edu.au).

Applications

Please submit your application no later than Monday 14 January 2019.

Applications must include:

  • A cover letter addressing the selection criteria
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of reference

Send applications electronically to librarian@whitley.edu.au.

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