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Part-time (15-20 hours) Information Adviser, Law Commission, Wellington
The Law Commission is an independent Crown entity whose role is to promote the systematic review, reform and development of the law of New Zealand. We review the law, consult with the public, and make recommendations for improving the law. We also advise the Minister and government agencies on ways in which the law can be made as understandable and accessible as practicable. Our Information Advisers provide essential support to enable the Commission to carry out its work.
We are looking for a highly organised, motivated and collaborative information specialist to job-share with an incumbent Information Adviser. This is a great job that enables you to do a bit of everything, including research, interloans, collection management, training, current awareness, the occasional OIA request and some records management. This is a opportunity to fit work around other life commitments or interests without sacrificing professional development.
In addition to information professional skills, excellent relationship management, communication, problem solving and time management skills are essential. Database management skills are desirable.
A tertiary qualification and a library qualification are preferred. Experience working in a law library or legal knowledge is an advantage.
For a position description, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email your CV and cover letter to the same address.
Applications close Monday 5 December 2016