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(Fixed Term – 1 Year)
37 hours per week, term time, 1 training week + additional 2 weeks
(8.15 to 4.45 Monday to Thursday, 8.15 to 4.15 Friday) term time only
Band 5 Pt 18- 26 £20,187 - £25,557 (pro rata)
Gable Hall School is seeking to appoint a Qualified Librarian. This is a high profile role within the School requiring the highest professional standards and outstanding personal qualities. The post is wide-ranging and the successful applicant will have the ability to lead and manage the Library provision whilst inspiring students in the use of the library facility. This is a term time only position plus training days and an additional 2 weeks.
Candidates must have a degree or post-graduate qualification in library or information studies and Chartered status with CILIP would be preferred. Applicants must also have professional experience of working within a Library with experience of using a range of online databases, resources and IT applications.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced CRB will be required for this post together with at least 2 written references.
For further information, job description and an application form please contact the Personnel Office on 01375 400800 ext 166 or download a copy from the Gable Hall School website www.gablehall.com.
Closing date: Friday 6 March 2015 noon
Interviews: Wednesday 11 March 2015