AUT Library is committed to providing excellent services to students and staff to support teaching, learning and research activities of the University.
We are looking for four people to join our Library as Client Services Assistants: three full time positions and one part time position (0.6). These positions offer exciting opportunities to people who are dedicated to offering excellent customer service in a busy and demanding environment across the full span of the Library opening hours.
In a Client Services Assistant position you will enjoy:
working in a team
working in a busy academic environment
providing excellent customer service to Library stakeholders.
For a position you will have:
a recognised undergraduate degree
a high level of proficiency in use of information technology, especially MS Office
a high standard of verbal and written communication
excellent organisational and time management skills.
These positions, whether full or part time, require flexible working arrangements across the full span of the Library’s opening hours and will include a weekend shift and an evening shift during the week. Each will be primarily based at one AUT Campus Library but may be required to work at any Campus on a needs basis.
A Client Services Assistant position would suit someone who is considering studying towards a library qualification.
AUT offers a stimulating work environment and excellent professional development opportunities. AUT benefits include subsidised healthcare and transport.
Salary Range: $40,563 to $47,646
Closing Date: 27 January 2016
You must be eligible to work in NZ to be considered for this position.
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For more information about this position you can contact our Human Resources Department on (09) 921 9995 or firstname.lastname@example.org but please do not attempt to apply via email as your application will not be registered.
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