- $73K - $83K + Super (pro rata)
- Work for one of the most dynamic and diverse inner-city councils
- Permanent part-time position (.80 FTE)
- Job Ref: 17947
The City of Moreland is changing as we align our organisation to meet the needs of a fast-growing city and home to more than 170,000 residents who are culturally and linguistically diverse, speaking more than 140 different languages.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Moreland City Libraries is offering a fantastic opportunity for a professional educator or librarian who enjoys engaging with the community and working with a dynamic team to provide high quality technology training to the community and staff. In this position, your key responsibilities will be to engage with staff and our diverse community to provide tailored technology training.
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO PERFORM THIS ROLE
- Ability to consistently lead, motivate and coach staff and to gain the cooperation and support of team members to achieve team goals and objectives
- Demonstrable teaching skills
- Ability to contribute to and deliver projects and programs, including developing, planning, implementing, and reviewing, within agreed timeframes
- Demonstrated experience in organising community-based programs and services to targeted groups
- Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in Information Technology, including emerging technologies. Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency with a variety of apps and devices.
- Demonstrated ability to resolve problems using creativity and originality when required and to defuse potential conflict
WHAT THIS ROLE CAN OFFER
- Extensive opportunities for training and career development
- Salary sacrifice options
- A real sense of work-life balance
For further information please contact Narelle Stute on 9353 4010.
Applications close: 5.00 pm, 26 July 2019
To apply and obtain a position description please visit our website
Moreland City Council is proudly diverse and an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, people with disability, and people from every culture, gender and sexuality identity, age and ethnic background. Moreland City Council is committed to being a Child Safe organisation and has zero tolerance for child abuse.