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Graduate Library Trainee (10 posts)

Applications for this vacancy closed on 1 February 2016 at 04:00PM
For the first step in your career in Librarianship/Information Management,
Oxford’s 1 year full-time traineeships provide an excellent launch-pad for
subsequent postgraduate qualifications and a professional career. Around 10
vacancies will be available, commencing in September 2016 and based in
research, faculty and departmental libraries within the Bodleian Libraries.



Trainees at Oxford benefit from on-the-job training, professional and social
support, and a varied programme of weekly training events (talks, workshops,
library visits, IT training) operated under the SCONUL Code of Practice. The
trainees play an integral part in the smooth running of their library but
individual and group project work is also encouraged.



Posts are aimed at graduates (of all ages) with good IT skills, a flexible and
customer-orientated approach, and a desire to progress to a postgraduate
qualification in librarianship. Applications are welcomed from graduates in
any discipline. However, we are always interested in receiving applications
from those with a background in science/medicine, law and Western European
Languages or Eastern European languages (particularly Russian).



Please do not apply if you already have an undergraduate or postgraduate
degree related to Librarianship and/or Information Management, or if you have
already completed a Library Traineeship.



This role will not attract sufficient points to obtain a sponsored tier 2 visa
under the points based immigration system. However, applications are welcome
from candidates who don’t currently have the right to work in the UK, but who
would be eligible to obtain a visa via another route.



You will be required to upload a supporting statement of no more than 1000
words, a CV, and the graduate trainee question template as part of your online
application in order for your application to be considered. Your supporting
statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria,
as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one.
Please read the ‘Hints and Tips on applying’ section of the Job Description
carefully before submitting your application.



Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Monday 1 February 2016 can
be considered. Interviews are anticipated to be held in week commencing 14
March 2016.

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For the first step in your career in Librarianship/Information Management, Oxford’s 1 year full-time traineeships provide an excellent launch-pad for subsequent postgraduate qualifications and a professional career. Around 10 vacancies will be available, commencing in September 2016 and based in research, faculty and departmental libraries within the Bodleian Libraries.


Trainees at Oxford benefit from on-the-job training, professional and social support, and a varied programme of weekly training events (talks, workshops, library visits, IT training) operated under the SCONUL Code of Practice. The trainees play an integral part in the smooth running of their library but individual and group project work ...

For the first step in your career in Librarianship/Information Management,
Oxford’s 1 year full-time traineeships provide an excellent launch-pad for
subsequent postgraduate qualifications and a professional career. Around 10
vacancies will be available, commencing in September 2016 and based in
research, faculty and departmental libraries within the Bodleian Libraries.



Trainees at Oxford benefit from on-the-job training, professional and social
support, and a varied programme of weekly training events (talks, workshops,
library visits, IT training) operated under the SCONUL Code of Practice. The
trainees play an integral part in the smooth running of their library but
individual and group project work ...
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