Graduates! Want to become a librarian? The Library at the University of Bradford is offering a great opportunity to find out more and build your skills. We’re advertising the post of a Graduate Trainee Library Assistant. The post is for one year and is intended for a graduate seeking pre-library school experience. The post-holder gets to experience all areas of academic library work, including Special Collections!
To find out more and to apply via our online system, search for post reference HR0034891-2 on the jobs website: https://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/
OR follow this direct link: https://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=HR0034891-2
Closing date: 6 June 2017.
Best of luck to all applicants and I look forward to meeting a lovely new colleague.
We’re looking for a new graduate trainee to join the library at Bradford University. Here’s the advert which includes full info about how to apply: closing date 26 October. The post is fixed-term and aimed at graduates seeking professional careers in librarianship.
Just so you’re clear, this is not a Special Collections role, it covers the whole library. You’d get great grounding in all aspects of librarianship (including Special Collections of course) from a friendly team who have really appreciated the help and enthusiasm our many excellent former GTs have brought to the role. You can see this in the posts by Jen Fox and Maria O’Hara, last year’s graduate trainees, about working on the Untangling the Holdens project.
Anyway, good luck to everyone who applies and I look forward to meeting and working with the successful candidate!