Team Manager in Electronic Resources and Acquisitions

Bathurst, Australia
02 Nov 2017
End of advertisement period
19 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
  • Full Time, Continuing
  • Level 7 – $81,961 to $89,646 p.a (Plus 17% Superannuation)
  • Bathurst

The Division of Library Services provides Teaching, Learning and Research support to the University in line with the University’s strategic objectives.

Collection Services is responsible for the acquisition, cataloguing and management of resources in all formats across all campuses of the University, as well as coordinating the library information systems and the various integrations. The section manages physical and electronic collections, resolving problems of access and providing advice on metadata for all aspects of the University’s digital object management.

The section identifies trends in information resource provision and usage and contribute to the development of high quality, client focused services to on-campus and online students and staff, onshore and offshore. They support equivalency of the learning experience for all students regardless of mode of enrollment.

The Team Manager, Electronic Resources and Acquisitions is responsible for leading and coordinating the negotiation, acquisition, maintenance and performance of the Library’s print and online resources, including subscription databases and licensed electronic resources.

The successful candidate will be appropriately qualified coupled with a demonstrated understanding of current and emerging trends in electronic information publishing and supply. They will possess highly developed analytical and problem solving skills in order to exploit the functionality of library systems and workflows from selection to discoverability, to meet the strategic goals of the University.

To be successful in this role you will be a proven leader and have superior communication and interpersonal skills.

Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria listed in the position description.

Applications close: 19 November 2017