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DPS Library Temporary Employment Register 2020/2021 Canberra ACT Parliament of Australia Canberra ACT

DPS Library Temporary Employment Register 2020/2021 Canberra ACT

2021-02-14 11:23:45
DPS Library Temporary Employment Register 2020/2021 Canberra ACT
Offer description :

About the Department of Parliamentary Services

The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) supports the functions of

the Australian Parliament and the work of Parliamentarians through the

provision of professional services, advice and facilities, the ongoing

maintenance of Australian Parliament House (APH); and ensuring the

building, and the important activity that takes place within, are

accessible.

Employing over 1,000 people, DPS works to deliver a diverse range of

services including: security, reporting and broadcasting, library research,

catering, visitor experience, art collections, building design integrity,

Hansard, information technology and maintenance. The Department also has

corporate and administrative functions including Human Resources, to

support a growing diverse workforce.

The Parliamentary Library Temporary Employment Register

This register is designed to establish a database of appropriately skilled

and experienced... individuals, who may, at short notice, be further assessed

to fill temporary non-ongoing positions for up to 18 months. Non-ongoing

(temporary) employment opportunities may be offered on a full time, part

time or intermittent / irregular (casual) basis.

There is no guarantee that an offer of employment will be made whilst your

application remains on the register. You will only be contacted regarding

your application if a vacancy arises that matches your skills and

experience.

Roles within the Parliamentary Library

The Parliamentary Library provides a broad range of research and

information services to the Parliament. The Library provides ‘traditional’

library services such as books, journals and newspapers, as well as a

comprehensive range of value-added services, including online media

monitoring, specialist databases, and statistical and mapping services. The

Parliamentary Library is also one of Australia’s major research libraries,

providing senators and members tailored and confidential research briefs

and general distribution publications on current legislation and on a wide

range of other issues of interest to the Parliament.

From time to time positions are available in the following areas:

Library Publishing Unit:

-PSL4-6 will be expected to develop and maintain web and mobile initiatives

for the Parliamentary Library, as well publish online research papers,

bills digests, blog posts, infographics and special publications using the

Sitecore Content Management System. You will also assist with graphic

design and layout for promotional material, print publications and social

media posts. You will actively develop effective working relationships

across the library, have close attention to detail and demonstrate a strong

customer focus. Qualifications and/or experience in web publishing and

graphic design are highly desirable.

Central Enquiry Point:

-PSL3-5 at the Central Enquiry Point there are two client service roles:

library technician/s and librarian. The library technicians provide

circulation and document delivery services and should be familiar with

library management systems, and bibliographic records. They also assist in

other para professional library activities. The client services librarian

prepares and provides training to individuals and client groups in

accessing library services. They also support the Central Enquiry Point

during busy research periods by responding to client requests and assisting

with research. Both roles require excellent interpersonal communication

skills. Qualifications in library studies/information sciences are

essential.

Library Collections and Databases Branch.

- PSL2-5 will be expected to undertake the day-to-day activities related to

acquisition and maintenance of library collections, both print and

electronic. In Library Databases you will need to have knowledge of

database management and understand how to use thesauri. Skills in

digitisation, metadata creation and management and technical skills are

highly regarded. In Collection Management you are expected to do activities

to maintain the library collection including, shelving, creating or

amending bibliographic metadata, processing invoices and goods receipting

new acquisitions. Qualifications in librarianship/ information sciences are

essential.

- PSL6-PEL2 will be expected to undertake the day-to-day management of

library collections, both print and electronic, develop and maintain the

Parliamentary Library thesaurus and other indexing tools, exercise quality

control over database indexing. Manage contract/s for the delivery of

purchased content to ensure that timeliness and quality standards are met.

Provide advice to the Assistant Secretary and Parliamentary Librarian on

appropriate changes to the print, online and social media content selected

for and added to Library databases. You will also actively develop working

relationships across the library and with clients and other stakeholders

that are effective, collaborative and strategic; including supervising,

mentoring and/or coaching other staff and undertake tasks related to the

management of the section including responsibilities for financial and

people management. Qualifications in librarianship/information sciences are

essential.

Research Branch

-PSL2-5 will be expected to either provide secretarial and administrative

support to information and research staff and the Director of the section,

or undertake research activities (including identification, retrieval,

analysis and synthesis of information from diverse sources), drawing on

subject or specialist expertise. You will also perform writing, advisory,

information management and dissemination tasks, including the preparation

of reports, information products, publications and papers, section and

branch resources.

-PSL6-PEL2 will be expected to provide high quality professional,

specialist and technical research on complex issues (including by the

identification, retrieval, analysis and synthesis of information from

diverse sources) for the benefit of parliamentary clients and internal

stakeholders. You will provide high quality analysis and advice to clients

and internal stakeholders in relation to the subject areas covered by the

section and prepare research papers and information resources on a range of

matters to inform parliamentary clients and other stakeholders whilst

maintaining the Library’s high standards of scholarship and integrity. You

should have strong capacity for research and writing, excellent

communications and client service skills and academic qualifications and

experience in relevant fields. Qualifications in librarianship/information

sciences are also advantageous but not essential.

Eligibility and/ or Job Specific Requirements

To be eligible for temporary employment with DPS, applicants must:

- be an Australian Citizen

- satisfy a Nationally Coordinated Criminal history check

- obtain and maintain a security clearance (if required)

- satisfy a pre-employment medical check (if required)

DPS welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

people, mature age people, people from diverse backgrounds and people with

a disability.

How to Apply

Applicants are invited to register their interest by completing the online

application form. Please ensure you nominate your Temporary Employment

Register ‘Area of Interest/s’ and ‘Classification’.

You will be required to upload a current resume and provide a 300 word

generic pitch stating why you are interested in working at DPS and what

skills and experience you can bring to the department.

Important Registration Instructions:

When registering please create your account using your personal email

address only. If you register through this site using your work or business

email, any email notifications sent from this site could potentially be

blocked.

Closing Date

The Parliamentary Library Temporary Employment Register will remain active

for 12 months, closing 11:30pm Wednesday, 30 June 2021. After this time

you will need to renew your registration by re-applying.

Salary

Currently, the Department’s salary range is $50,381 - $138,087

Contact details

Name: DPS Recruitment

Phone Number: 02 6277 5200

Email: [email protected]

Conditions of Employment

Conditions of employment and rates of pay for non-SES DPS staff are

specified in the Department of Parliamentary Services Enterprise Agreement

2017.

Australian Citizenship

Section 22 of the Parliamentary Service Act 1999 requires that employees of

the Parliamentary Service must be Australian citizens. If you are not an

Australian citizen, you may still be considered for engagement on the

condition that you are able to gain Australian Citizenship within a

specified time. Failure to obtain citizenship within the timeframe could

lead to termination of engagement.

Redundancy Benefit Recipient

If you have accepted a redundancy benefit, within the previous twelve

months, from a Commonwealth employer (including the Parliamentary Service

and the Australian Public Service), you cannot be employed by DPS until

your exclusion period (the number of weeks for which you received a

redundancy benefit) has expired. If you would like to discuss your

eligibility, please contact DPS Recruitment on (02) 6277 5200 or via email

[email protected]
Canberra ACT Australia (+1 other)
DPS Library Temporary Employment Register 2020/2021 Canberra ACT Parliament of Australia Canberra ACT
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