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By Haddenham Webteam - 10th August 2015 8:30am
The lovely Mel Polkey is relocating to Northamptonshire and this means, sadly, that we will be losing her from Haddenham Community Library.
As a consequence, the library has a staff vacancy.
Here's the official blurb:
Haddenham Community Library Assistant
Reference Number: FS01457
Contract: TypeFixed Term / Secondment
Working Hours: Part Time
Salary Range (based on full time hours): £19,053 — £20,102
Closing Date: 18th August 2015
Haddenham Community Library is seeking a Customer Service Assistant to support
the Community Library Manager in the day to day delivery of library and learning services and always ensuring that customers are provided with the highest standard of service at all times.
The successful applicant will be a good communicator who can help build strong links with the community. They will also develop positive relationships with
Please Note: Saturday working hours are 8.30am — 1.30pm on an alternate basis.
About the role
This is a fixed term contract for 22.50 hours per week until 31 March 2016
The hours are 22.5 hours per week, working alternate Saturday mornings.
The position requires strong IT skills and experience in customer service.
For more information, click on the HCL Job pdf located below the image on this page.
If this particular job doesn't suit you, there are lots more job vacancies advertised on our JOBS page — well worth a look!
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