Liverpool City Library offers employment for a range of different positions and interests. Positions vary in expertise from Library Assistants, Library Officers, Librarians, Team Leaders and Coordinators. Different positions specialise in customer service, collections, technology, local studies, community outreach, programs and marketing.
Most positions within the library require tertiary qualifications or progress towards.
Recruitment is through Liverpool City Council, click here for job vacancies.
Around 4.4 million Australians contribute time, energy, skills and money to the well-being of the Australian community. Volunteering has many benefits that include giving back to the community, finding purpose, forming friendships and networks.
There are many opportunities for volunteering in Liverpool City Library. Roles include:
- Home Library Service
- Conversation Café
- Your Language Studio
- Techknowledgy: One-to-one help
- Reading Club Buddy
Some of these roles have a wait list; however, we welcome your expression of interest to be a part of our volunteer community.
Volunteer roles prerequisites:
- Ability to relate to a wide range of people
- An interest in serving the local community
- Have a current email address
- Ability to commit to at least 3 months of regular volunteering
- Must have an understanding of the role of a public library service
- Must have a police check
- Must have a Working With Children Check
To register your interest to volunteer contact Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre.
The Library offers opportunity for work experience and professional placement.
High School students interested in work experience can find further information and a link to apply via Liverpool City Council website.
Professional placement is for individuals currently studying at vocational or tertiary level in the area of Library and Information Studies. To express your interest please complete this Application Form.