Manager Digital Library, Supreme Court of Victoria

Job Details
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Department: Court Services Victoria
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Legal
Classification: VPSG5
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/SC1115B
Closing Date: 29-Sep-2019
Salary Range: $98,396 - $119,052
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: SC1115 PD.doc (Word, 245KB)


SC1115 Candidate Application Form.docx (Word, 51KB)


Contact:
03 8600 2179; Belinda.schembri@supcourt.vic.gov.au

Position Details

Manage the Law Library of Victoria's digital space: Victoria's premier legal content portal for Judges and legal practitioners.

  • Autonomy, influence, creativity, action – this is a vibrant role, in a lean, agile organisation.
  • The work product is high-profile, reaching every judge and legal practitioner in Victoria.
  • Innovation is the strength of our organisation: we enjoy working with some of Victoria's leading legal technological entrepreneurs.

Based in the stunning Supreme Court Library in the heart of Melbourne's legal precinct, demand for Library services increases every year, and is anticipated to continue to grow.

Law Library use is 98% digital – the Manager Digital Library supports more than 10,000 interactions per day through the Library's website – this is a unique role, with great potential.

How to apply

To apply, please click the ‘Apply Now' button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application:

  • resume 
  • a short covering letter
  • completed application form (see file attachment)

For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. 

Other information

Court Services Victoria (CSV) is the employer of staff at all Victorian courts and tribunals, the Judicial College of Victoria, and the Judicial Commission of Victoria. CSV offers a wide range of legal and non-legal career options as well as attractive employee benefits.

CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment.

 

 


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