IRC258240

Updated: 3 months ago

Why your role is important

The Graduate/Specialist, Library Projects is embedded in the Operations and Quality department – a group that coordinates Library quality assurance, including governance, internal communications, and data analytics as well as supporting strategic planning of the unit. The department manages the operational functions of the Library including human resources, finance, workspace management, records management, WHS and risk management, as well as continuous improvement responsibilities. 

The Graduate/Specialist, Library Projects, supports the development, design, operation, promotion, and evaluation of Library strategic work. The Specialist does this by completing research, working with stakeholders to understand and document requirements, and developing solutions using the appropriate software to ensure that Library programmes and projects meet quality standards, are delivered on time, and within budget.

As the Graduate, Library Projects (HEW 5) your key responsibilities will include:

Work independently to investigate user and system requirements and draw upon high-level knowledge to assist Library stakeholders with complex enquiries or specialist services.

Contribute to and make best use of the collection of research and data analytics that support enhanced decision-making as part of continuous improvement

Build and maintain relationships with internal and external University stakeholders in order to collaborate and deliver comprehensive Library services.

Apply knowledge to contribute to the development, documentation, reporting, and review of Library programmes and projects to ensure they meet the strategic requirements of the unit

Provide quality and timely project and programme support to Library management, proactively adapting to the group’s needs and completing and monitoring project actions and outcomes


As the Specialist, Library Projects (HEW 6) your key responsibilities will be:

Contribute to and make best use of the collection of research and data analytics that support enhanced decision-making as part of continuous improvement

Apply operational knowledge of Library and University policy, processes and systems and the interrelationships operating within the University to assist in supporting projects, delivering team outcomes, and general Library function.

Actively build and maintain relationships with internal and external University stakeholders in order to collaborate and deliver comprehensive Library services. 

Apply knowledge to coordinate the development, documentation, reporting, and review of Library programmes and projects ensuring they meets the strategic requirements of the unit and support a culture of continuous improvement

Provide quality and timely project and programme coordination to Library management, proactively adapting to the group’s needs, completing and monitoring project actions and outcomes, and making recommendations for improvements where appropriate



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