Career Level Manager
SCHOOL LIBRARIAN JOB, BARNET, November 2022
Prospero teaching is currently seeking School librarian to start working in a secondary school.
WHAT DOES THE SCHOOL LIBRARIAN TEACHING ROLE INVOLVE?
The role of a librarian is to be responsible for the day-to-day running of the school's library or resource centre. We are looking for a highly motivated individual who will help with the running of the school libraries by assisting library users, supervising students, replacing stock on the shelves and using the school computer system to maintain and control the circulation of the library stock.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE, YOU WILL NEED
Be highly organised
Have good information technology skills, particularly in using databases and the internet
Possess good communication skills
Possess good customer service skills
Excellent research skills
Legal knowledge – for example, copyright law
The ability to supervise others. SCHOOL LIBRARIAN TEACHING HOURS AND PAY:
Full-time school hours, 8am – 3.45pm, Monday to Friday. You will also be required to run an after-school club once a week until 4.30pm and attend a departmental meeting once a week. The role is paid weekly and is at a daily rate of £100 per day. The school and Prospero teaching endeavour to support your career at every stage, both offering you a variety of CPD courses to enrich and progress your career further. If this School librarian teaching assistant role has sparked your interest and you would like to hear more about this teaching position, then please apply to this ad with your updated CV. The school is extremely keen to interview any suitable School librarian as soon as possible.
Know a School librarian interested in exploring teaching in Barnet, London? If so, please refer us their details and CV over to us and you will be offered a referral bonus (conditions apply)
Please note that any candidates who are deemed as unsuitable for this School Librarian job will not be contacted due to the high volume of applications we receive. This advert has been posted by Prospero teaching on behalf of one of our schools