Subject Library Assistant

Leeds, United Kingdom
£18,709 - £21,236 per annum
25 Feb 2020
End of advertisement period
10 Mar 2020
Contract Type
Full Time

Salary: £18,709 - £21,236 per annum
Hours: Full Time – 37 hours per week - This role works as part of a shift pattern which includes 8.30 am starts and a 9pm finish and the working days are Monday to Friday.
Contract: Permanent

Leeds Arts University is the only specialist arts university in the North of England. We have contributed significantly to the development of arts education for over 170 years, and have developed a national and international reputation based on the achievements of our students and staff.

We have two campuses in Leeds city centre at Blenheim Walk and the original Leeds Arts University building at Vernon Street.

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our busy library working across our sites with occasional evening and weekend duties. The role involves providing a library and shop service to students and staff.

Candidates should have relevant experience in a library environment, 5 GCSE’s or equivalent at Grade C or above, computer skills in Microsoft Office, and evidence of excellent customer care skills. A library qualification together with an interest in the arts and previous experience of working in an educational environment would be an advantage.

Full details of the essential and desirable criteria for this role can be found in the job description.

Please note CV’s will not be accepted for this position.

If you would like to apply for this vacancy, please click the 'apply' button where you will be redirected to our website.

Please note we do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies for this position.

Closing date: Tuesday 10th March 2020 at 11:59 pm
Interview date: Tuesday 24th March 2020

Leeds Arts University is committed to pursuing equality of opportunity and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all learners and expect our staff to share this commitment. We would particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within the University at this level