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.
The J.B. Priestley Library is looking for a new Graduate Trainee. The post is aimed at graduates who aim to work in librarianship or information science and provides a great all-round introduction to the world of academic libraries. There are generally opportunities to spend time in Special Collections! Closing date 26 September 2012. Further details here: www.brad.ac.uk/human-resources/media/hr/allfiles/pdfs/NLE2068.pdf
A quick welcome to a new colleague. Emily Corley is this year’s graduate trainee for the J.B. Priestley Library, spending time in various sections of the Library to gain experience for librarianship career. She’ll be with us for a short time in January and a longer chunk later on. We look forward to introducing her to the wonderful world of Special Collections!
Green people in queue
The J.B. Priestley Library had a green invasion this week, when an alien, a witch, a dragon and something that is probably a frog beamed, popped or hopped in to exchange their library books or relax with a good read.
They’re all green and so are the new jute eco-bags on sale in the Library. Though those are actually a very fetching shade of turquoise.
Alison is one of the characters and John took the photos. Sarah George talked us all into it …
Witch enjoying a good read
Dragon relaxing with his new bag
I’ve just been elected Hon. Treasurer of the CILIP Rare Books and Special Collections Group, the organisation which unites librarians responsible for collections of rare books, manuscripts and special materials. Previously, I’ve arranged marketing, sponsorship, conferences and day events for the Group, thought I’d like to try a different area!
(Alison Cullingford, Special Collections Librarian).