Library Support Assistant

Birmingham, West Midlands
£15,014 - £15,613 Pro Rata
04 Aug 2017
24 Aug 2017
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Library Support Assistant

£15,014 - £15,613 Pro Rata

Part time


Required for September 2017

The Birmingham Community Library Service is being transformed with a focus on customer needs  and the development of new services alongside book lending, information services, access to IT and community activities. Vacancies exist for people who can work flexibly and who want to make a positive contribution to this exciting period of change. 

Kings Heath Community Library. Working 14.36 hours per week, including Saturdays

Harborne Community Library. Working 14.36 hours per week, including Saturdays

South Yardley Community Library. Working 10.35 hours per week, during weekdays, Saturday working may also be required on occasion.

To assist the Library Manager and other Senior Staff in the provision of an effective,


Modern library service, including book lending, IT services and a range of other


community services.




  • Key duties will include assisting customers and dealing with routine enquiries face to-face and on the telephone, enrolling new borrowers, helping customers access IT

                services, issuing and discharging books on either a computerised or manual system.

                Other duties may include undertaking general clerical duties e.g., stamping,

                stationery and filing as required, minor book repairs, Dealing with monies, taking fines, reservation fees and other income.


  • Key requirements are the ability to provide a high quality customer service and an ability to follow health and safety requirements.

Website:, community libraries

Enquiries to

Ref: PL2382017

Closing Date: 24 August 2017

 “Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants.  All non UK and non EU applicants are required to apply for a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must be approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) before any employment offer can be confirmed.”

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