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Library Survey Assistant

Job Title: Library Survey Assistant
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Edinburgh
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Salary: £9.20 per hour
Start Date: 2019-06-13 00:00:00
Reference: 082104793
Contact Name: Anamaria Colceriu
Contact Email: Anamaria.Colceriu@pertemps.co.uk
Job Published: June 13, 2019 16:49

Job Description

Pertemps Scotland Ltd are working with our client in central Edinburgh to recruit for Interactive Fiction Survey Assistant on a temporary basis for around 3 months. The roles are full time and the rate of pay is £9.20 per hour.

Description:
  • To establish Library holdings of digital storage media carrying hypertext/interactive fiction
  • To identify hypertext/interactive fiction in the National Library of Scotland catalogue;
  • To accurately construct a list of material requiring description/enhanced description;
  • Liaising with the Web Archivist to ensure the project is completed on time;
  • Liaising and co-operating with colleagues to ensure material is accurately identified and listed;
  • Demonstrating tasks to colleagues, as instructed


Essential Skills:
  • Problem solving - ability to identify problems and to evaluate and select methods to resolve them;
  • Literacy - ability to understand, intercept and present verbal and written information;
  • Numeracy - ability to understand, interpret and present numerical information;
  • Teamwork and collaboration - ability to work with others to achieve shared goals and recognise the value of diverse perspectives;
  • Hardware - ability to use computers, peripherals, mobile devices and standard office equipment;
  • Software - ability to use software, social media, mobile applications, and library management systems;
  • Applied learning - knowledge and skill to apply formal training, education, or experience to accomplish work;
  • Customer focus - understand and, within our capability, meet actual and potential internal and external customers' needs.
  • Attention to detail - ability to be thorough and accurate when performing work;
  • Flexibility - ability to change and adapt behaviour or work methods in response to new information, changing conditions, or unexpected obstacles;
  • Interpersonal skills - ability to show respect, concern and empathy for others

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