Library Assistant

Maphumulo Municipality

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LIBRARY ASSISTANT

SALARY: R136 511.96 – R177 202.25 P.A. (TASK 07)
Minimum requirements: • Matric Certificate • 1 year experience in a library or office management environment • Computer literacy.

Knowledge, skills and competencies required: • General understanding of library administrative procedures and services • General understanding of local government systems, procedures and processes • Good interpersonal and communication skills (written & verbal) • Ability to work under pressure.

Key performance areas: • Assist with retrieval of borrowed library materials
• Assist users with information searching and leaners with school projects • File library material in sequential order both numerically and alphabetically • Assist with library orientation to local schools and library activities • Assist during library promotional programmes • Monitor and process stationery and material • Assist in unpacking and dispatch of library material • Perform cataloguing and classification of library material.

Fringe benefits: In addition to the above salary the Municipality will offer a 13th cheque and further contribute towards the employee’s pension/provident fund and medical aid in accordance with its policy.
If you meet the requirements for these posts, please forward your application letter accompanied by detailed Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of your tertiary qualification certificates and driver’s licence to the Municipal Manager, Maphumulo Municipality, Private Bag X 9205, Maphumulo 4470. All applications and enquiries must be directed to: Mr N.D. Hlongwa, on tel. (032) 4814500. (Applications on Z83, incomplete, late, faxed or e-mailed applications will NOT be accepted).
CLOSING DATE: 25 FEBRUARY 2019.
Due to a high volume of applications envisaged, communication will only be with short-listed candidates. If you do not hear from us within a month after the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful. The Council reserves the right to make or not to make any appointment.

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