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Term time only
17.5 hours per week
Flexible and negotiable
The salary will be in the region of FTE £18,000
Box Hill School are looking for a Library Assistant who will:
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To apply please send an email to Mrs Sandy Watts hmsec[at]boxhillschool.com or phone on 07885 970 675 to receive an application pack.
Closing date: Monday 12th January 2015
Salary: GC10 (£25,045) and GC09 (£30,065)
Please note this is an Information Specialist role, not an Information Technology (IT) or software engineering discipline.
Information Specialists help provide GCHQ with its very lifeblood – information. Working with all areas of the Department, we ensure that information is efficiently and effectively managed, protected and exploited.
Information Specialist Team Leaders run small to medium sized teams providing Knowledge and Information Management (KIM) services to enable and support GCHQ’s missions.
Our services include:
Providing open source research to support all areas of GCHQ’s intelligence, cyber security and information assurance mission
Enabling collaborative working on our Intranet
Managing and securing our electronic documents and records
Helping GCHQ manage its information risks
Leading on information legislation
Facilitating information sharing within the wider intelligence community.
Information Specialists posts are interchangeable and successful applicants can expect to work across all KIM areas during their career. We actively encourage this rotation to ensure that our Information Specialists are exposed to all aspects of our work.
Due to the interchangeable nature of the posts, applicants are asked to apply for a generic post at the relevant grade, covering the full range of roles and responsibilities expected at the grade. Successful applicants will then be asked to fill specific posts.
Successful candidates will be expected to stay in their initial post for 2 years and within Knowledge and Information Services for 4 years unless business needs determine otherwise.
Support is given to those wishing to gain Chartered status in CILIP. On successful attainment of Chartership or Revalidation, employees are awarded a payment. There is also an active programme to encourage Continuous Personal Development (CPD).
The posts are based in Cheltenham. There may be opportunities to apply for a secondment in London.
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Learning Resources Manager
Salary: Pt 32-38
required from February 2015
We are seeking to appoint an energetic, enthusiastic and creative librarian, responsible for the management of the library and school website. The successful candidate will be confident, self-motivated and organised with excellent communication skills.
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This is a key role within the school, and the post holder will be responsible for the effective management of the library, including its staff and budget. They will take the lead on the development and maintenance of the whole school website and the development of information skills, as well as supporting literacy, facilitating independent learning and assisting with the provision of careers and guidance information.
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Qualified Librarian status is essential, as is experience of working with young people in a formal setting. The successful candidate will also be able to demonstrate significant experience of website maintenance and content development as well as expert general ICT skills. Knowledge of careers information and experience of guidance would be an advantage.
Heanor Gate Science College - a member of the Spencer Academies Trust - is a specialist science and vocational college for students aged 11-19 years, with an innovative personalised learning programme.
The school has a proven commitment to ‘Equality of Opportunity’ and actively promotes the welfare and safeguarding of young people. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced check from the Disclosure and Debarring Service (DBS).
Application packs may be downloaded from the school website www.heanorgate.org.uk
or you may contact Pam Raisin praisin2[at]heanorgate.derbyshire.sch.uk
Telephone: 01773 716396 Extension 227
CLOSING DATE: 12 noon Friday 19th December 2014