22/402 Collection Management Librarian at Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Hours: Full time
Business Group: National Library
Branch: Information and Knowledge Services
Salary: $47,594 - $64,391
Do you want to take the next step in your library career? We are looking for a Collection Management Librarian to help collect New Zealand-s published collections.
Collection Services sits within the Information and Knowledge Services branch, the Department-s epicentre of information management, culture and heritage.
Our branch is all about collecting, storing and preserving important things that are precious to New Zealand.
- Have a good eye for detail
- Focus on delivering results
- Go the extra mile for clients and customers
- Learn and apply new skills effectively
- Have excellent communication skills
- Work well in a team environment
- Have a flexible approach to changing situations
The Collection Management teams are responsible for acquiring all types of published material. We do this under New Zealand-s Legal Deposit legislation and through purchase and donation, working with publishers, authors and vendors. We acquire books, journals, newsletters, music, maps, CDs, DVDs and electronic
documents. The Library-s published collections support services to a range of clients, including researchers, schools, and other libraries.
The collection built via legal deposit seeks to reflect the diversity of New Zealand society, so we welcome applications from a range of ethnic backgrounds.
This position will appeal to a librarian who is keen to gain or build on experience in acquisitions processes, and who has an interest in publications produced in New Zealand and elsewhere in the world. It provides a solid foundation in a range of collection management skills.
You will be expected to:
- Create purchase orders, invoices and short catalogue records
- Claim and receive monographic and serial publications
- Search websites and other resources to track down publications
- Add electronic publications to the National Digital Heritage Archive (NDHA)
- Communicate professionally with selectors, vendors, publishers and authors
- A degree and a recognised library qualification, the minimum being the Level 5 Diploma in Information and Library Studies from the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand
- Professional Registration through LIANZA
- An equivalent combination of qualifications, training and experience approved by the Director of Content Services.
If you want a job where the work you do matters to New Zealand, we would like to hear from you.
DIA offers opportunities to grow. We invest and believe in our people, and offer diverse career opportunities to help them succeed
We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. We recognise a diverse workforce contributes to better business outcomes. We are committed to creating a workplace where all employees have equal access.,
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We work to make New Zealand better for New Zealanders through our four outcome areas:
- People can easily access the services and information they need
- Iwi, hapū and communities across New Zealand are safe, resilient and thriving
- People's sense of belonging and collective memory builds an inclusive New Zealand
- New Zealand is a well-functioning democracy across central and local government.
Applications close: 5pm, Monday 4 July 2022
For more information please contact: Kim Gutchlag, 027 669 7003, email@example.com
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Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Department of Internal Affairs|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Category:||Information / Records Management|
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