We are looking for a new committee member to help run the network. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with EARLL, help shape the future of the network and gain valuable experience that will look great on your CV!
If you consider yourself as an early career professional in academic and research libraries or a library/information student and are interested in the below post, we want to hear from you!
· Approx. 1-2 hours per week, depending on demand on EDC network
· Monthly committee meetings
· Most of the year the time commitment will be minimal.
We are particularly interested in hearing from individuals who include People of Colour/Black and minority ethnicity/Non-White, English as an additional language, LGBTQIA+, Disabled people, Neurodiverse people and those from Working Class backgrounds.
We are based in London and the Southeast. We are open to applicants from further afield, but events will be held in London and the surrounding area.
Vacant Role: EDC Coordinator
This role will involve helping our current EDC Coordinator to run the EARLL Development Community, an exciting new initiative from EARLL that offers practice interviews and job shadowing to early career librarians.
You will be directly involved in keeping our practice interviewer and interviewee records up to date and matching up interviewees and interviewers. You will also take part on practice interview panels and work with our professional support network to plan job descriptions and interview questions.
Previous recruitment experience would be great but not essential. The only essential skills required are good organisational abilities, good communication skills and basic skill with EXCEL.
This is a great opportunity to join an exciting new network and gain unique knowledge and experience that will look great on your CV. This role would be particularly valuable to anyone who is looking to gain more interview experience and enhance their recruitment skills.
How to apply:
To apply, please email email@example.com telling us a bit about yourself and any previous experience relevant to the role. Please send applications by 6 May. We will be in touch after this date.
For an informal chat, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Twitter.