I. Management of the acquisition and development of electronic resources
Responsibility for overseeing the efficient and effective acquisition of electronic resources in conjunction with the Assistant Librarian: Serials, in line with current best practice
Responsibility for ensuring that electronic resources are appropriately recorded on the Library system or other resource discover system as appropriate
Assist the Head of Library Collections in negotiating licences for electronic material to ensure they fit the Museum’s needs.
Responsibility for the management of electronic resources. Liaising with the Library Digital Services Team on non-technical issues relating to development of an appropriate delivery platform in line with best practice
Promotion of electronic resources via social networking resources
Responsible for monitoring usage statistics of e-resources and reporting to Library Electronic Services Group and Library management regularly
Liaison with vendors as appropriate
II. Provide training and support in electronic resources
Responsibility for the promotion of electronic resources within the Museum, including training both within LIS and across the Museum
Provide training and support in serial acquisition processes (in collaboration with Assistant Librarian: Serials)
Development and delivery of training resources.
III. Electronic resources administration
Maintaining subscribed to resources and holdings in SFX
Maintenance of licensing information and dissemination to enquiry points
Setting up new product trials, including advertising, managing staff feedback, and producing reports.
Maintain resources in Metalib and provide assistance to Librarians categorising resources
Location: South Kensington
Type of Contract: T
To take on the day-to-day management of the Gallery’s IS helpdesk and public digital media systems. To maintain and develop the service provided to the staff and the public by these systems.
Salary: £24,619 – £29,940pa
Type of Contract: C
To provide a proactive front line information service to all visitors to the Paul Hamlyn Library and to students and other learners seeking information.
Type of Contract: P
The National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh is one of Europe’s leading research libraries and the largest library in Scotland, with world class collections, services and expertise.
£13,130 - £14,444 pa plus Civil Service pension arrangements
The responsibilities of this post include delivering internal and external mail, mailroom procedures, moving stock, driving Library vehicles and a variety of general tasks. You must be able to work well as part of a team as well as on your own, have good communication skills and be flexible and adaptable. Possession of a current, clean driving license is essential and some experience of maintenance work is desirable.
Type of Contract: P