Part-time Study Space Assistant - 21.25 hours per week

Recruiter
Royal Holloway, University of London
Location
Egham
Salary
Competitive
Posted
27 Nov 2016
Closes
02 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
ROYAL HOLLOWAY University of London Part-time Study Space Assistant Fixed Term post: 9th January 2017 - 24th March and 17th April - 12th May 2017 Hourly rate of pay GBP9.10 (21.25 hours per week) Applications are invited for the part-time post of Study Space Assistant. Duties will include the effective management of the study space in Bedford Library, as well as maintaining a safe and secure environment conducive to study, learning and research. Other duties will include regular patrols to maintain maximum availability of study space; monitoring of the environment in each area of the library in accordance with the requirements of the relevant zoning; dealing with enquiries and complaints from customers, responding to and handling these appropriately in accordance with library regulations. In addition the successful candidates will be required to enforce the College's Smoking Policy around the entrance areas of the Library. Applicants should be enthusiastic with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to interact successfully with a wide variety of people. They should be able to work as a member of a team and cope with pressure in a calm and efficient manner. IT skills and the ability to use Social Media are essential. Staff will also be required to cover additional Saturday and Sunday shifts (which equates to a 7 day working week) on Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd April, Saturday 29th April & Sunday 30th April, Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th May 2017. The successful candidate will be required to attend an induction session at Bedford Library on Friday 6th January 2017. Please quote the reference: 1116-353 Closing date: Midnight Thursday 26th November 2016 Interview date: Tuesday 6th December 2016 The College is committed to equality and diversity, and encourages applications from all sections of the community.