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Library Technician (Corio Campus)

Geelong Grammar School is one of the world’s leading co-educational boarding and day schools. Offering exceptional educational opportunities across four campuses from Early Learning to Year 12, Geelong Grammar School is committed to making a positive difference for students, staff and the community. We believe in prioritising wellbeing, adventure, creativity and academic rigour, and we value wisdom.

This position sits within the Information Services and Support Department.  This is an opportunity for an appropriately qualified and experienced professional who enjoys problem solving and achieving outcomes.

This position works in the GGS Library team and reports to the Head of Library Services supporting and providing library services at the Corio campus.

About the Role

The GGS Library Technician is responsible for a range of tasks, including:
  • Working collaboratively with the GGS library team to provide exceptional service to students and staff
  • Managing the process for ordering and processing print and digital library materials and resources
  • Managing the professional library association memberships
  • Assist with cataloguing and classification of resources
  • Being responsible for the library and users in the absence of a Teacher Librarian.

About you
  • Diploma of Library and Information Services or a similar qualification recognised by the Australian Library and Information Association
  • Experience working with students, teenagers or young people
  • Experience in the use of contemporary Library management systems and online resources
This position is offered on an ongoing, full-time basis (40 working weeks) with an attractive remuneration package, free lunch daily during term-time, free on-campus car parking and access to the Handbury Centre for Wellbeing.

All staff at Geelong Grammar School have a significant role in enhancing the resiliency and wellbeing of students through the delivery of Positive Education, based on the principles of Positive Psychology.

Geelong Grammar School is committed to the safety of all students and has a zero tolerance of student abuse.

For further details and/or to apply, visit the Employment page on our website:

Applications close at 9:00am on Monday 4 December 2023

Head of Library and Information Services

Founded in 1904, the College embraces the legacy of Saint Brigid and is committed to the core values and beliefs of the Brigidine tradition of Strength and Kindliness. Kilbreda students today have every opportunity to become women of hope and compassion with a personal commitment to justice and the courage to speak out and respond to the needs of others.

Kilbreda College is a Kildare Education Ministries School in the Brigidine Tradition. The College was recently recognised by The Educator as a 5 Star Employer of Choice.

The Position

The Head of Library and Information Services leads the College’s Learning Resource Centre, ensuring that it is a vibrant, engaging, and welcoming learning environment for students and staff. While at the forefront is a commitment in the delivery of information resources that are essential to the requirements of contemporary learning. Working together with a strong supportive team consisting of a Librarian and Library Technician, this role reports directly to the Assistant Principal, Teaching and Learning, with key liaisons across the College.

Key areas of responsibility will include:
•    Strategic Direction
•    Learning Resource Centre
•    Learning and Teaching
•    Management and Administration

About You

Key Requirements:

Recognised teaching qualifications and qualifications in librarianship together with current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)

Demonstrated ability and experience in delivering effective teaching and learning strategies that cater for the different learning needs of students

  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of contemporary practice in education
  • Ability to lead an effective and committed client focused team
  • Advanced ICT skills and experience in providing ICT and research support to both staff and students
  • Personal skills of flexibility, adaptability as well as a high degree of motivation and initiative
  • Demonstrated ability to establish positive and effective working relationships with staff and students
  • Excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills
  • A commitment to ongoing professional learning and development
  • Demonstrated commitment to Catholic Education and an understanding of the importance of charism and spiritual tradition in the life of an order-owned Catholic School
  • A commitment to the safety, wellbeing, and protection of all children
Commencing 29 January 2024 (Term 1). This position is full time and has a tenure of 3 years (2024-2026). A full-time, ongoing teaching position is associated with this role.

All applications should include a cover letter, resume, and application for employment form. For further information and lodging your application, please visit our website

Applications close on Thursday 7 December 2023
*However, don't delay in applying, as applications will be reviewed upon receipt and shortlisting to interview may occur prior.

Kilbreda College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.

Resource Centre Technician

Our vision is to provide pathways for all students and staff to succeed based on their gifts and talents.  Proudly offering the widest curriculum in Wangaratta with options including VCE, VM, VET, and School Based Apprenticeships.  Investment in infrastructure at the college includes a new Performing Arts Centre and sports stadium.  Join our amazing team of educators and a professional environment that is passionate, collegial and focused on learning for all.

We are currently seeking applicants for the following ongoing position for 2024: Resource Centre Technician

Applications close on Wednesday November 29th, 12pm. For further details on how to apply please visit our website

Our school community promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children.

Galen Catholic College embraces diversity and social inclusion and encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Library Technician (0.8 FTE, ongoing)

The College is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified Library Technician (0.8 FTE) with Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) eligibility to commence 29 January 2024.

This is an ongoing part time position with days to be negotiated.

Siena College values and enriches our staff by:

• Promoting a culture of professional excellence
• Nurturing a professional staff culture that is inclusive, supportive and diverse
• Facilitating professional learning opportunities to build on the capacity of staff

Key responsibilities of the role may be found on the College website, including Application Form and Role Description

A covering letter supported by the College Application Form, curriculum vitae, qualifications and the names of three referees should be addressed to the Principal and emailed to the Human Resources Manager, Ms Sarah Egan at

The successful candidate must have the relevant rights to work in Australia.

Applications will be processed upon receipt.

Applications close 4.00pm on Monday, 4 December 2023

The Siena College community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

Head of Library Service

Bacchus Marsh Grammar is an independent, co-educational non-denominational, Prep Reception to Year 12 School with three vibrant campuses in Melbourne’s west. The school prides itself on being an employer of choice and the professionalism, diligence and quality of its staff.

We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Head of Library Services to join our school community and lead us through the exciting development of brand new, purpose built library facilities across our Maddingley and Woodlea campuses.  The successful applicant will work towards building collaborative and supportive relationships between teaching and library staff, focusing on embedding the library in student learning and enriching curriculum delivery across the school.    They will be required to lead a team of library staff to establish the library as a dynamic and vibrant hub of student  and community activity and achievement.

The Head of Library Services will promote all aspects of the library to the school community and evaluate their success to create an environment of continuous improvement.

This position is a full-time, ongoing role based largely at the Maddingley Campus, located in Bacchus Marsh, with cross-campus responsibilities at Woodlea Campus in Aintree.

A copy of the position description will be made available on our website

Key Selection Criteria

•    Current Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration (VIT).
•    Appropriate Teaching qualifications desirable.
•    Current Working with Children Check and Police Check
•    Valid drivers’ licence

Demonstrated Experience and Skills
•    Appropriate teaching and Library qualifications.
•    Strong knowledge and understanding of library management systems and digital resources.
•    The ability to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with colleagues.
•    A passion for lifelong learning and a demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development.
•    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
•    Proven ability to build and maintain positive relationships with members of a community.
•    Acts professionally and maintains appropriate confidentiality.
•    Demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively as a member of a team and independently without supervision.

How to Apply
If this position excites you and sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, please visit the school website or contact the school to commence the application process.

Applications to be addressed to Mrs Kelly Dilges, Assistant Principal: Director of Literacy Education and Development. Applications must include a current curriculum vitae listing contact details of two professional referees, together with a one-page cover letter articulating your strengths and attributes in line with the key selection criteria and your suitability to the position.

All children and young people who come to Bacchus Marsh Grammar have a right to feel and be safe. We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. We are committed to providing a child safe and child friendly environment. The school regards its child safe responsibilities with the utmost importance. Further information is available on the school’s website.

Junior School Teacher Librarian

Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School is an Anglican day school strongly committed to single sex education for girls. Catering for students from Early Learning Centre (Three Year Old) to Year 12, Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School seeks to provide excellence in education within a caring Christian community and to prepare young women for a personally and professionally fulfilling life.

The Junior School Teacher Librarian is responsible for promoting a love of literature, teach research skills and information literacy as well as manage the day to day operations of the Junior School Resource Centre. The role works closely with the Head of Junior School to ensure a holistic approach is taken to the curriculum and the strategic objectives of the School are met.  In addition to specified teaching duties, the Junior School Teacher Librarian will work closely with the Head of Library and Information Services and collaboratively within the Library Services team.

This is a full-time ongoing appointment commencing Term 1, 2024.

FYI: the journal for the information professional. FYI is the quarterly print publication from the School Library Association of Victoria.
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