Library Technician Grade 1 NSW Government -Crown Solicitor’s Office Sydney NSW

Full Job Description

Library Technician
Grade 1

  • Exciting opportunity to join Crown Solicitor’s Office
  • Temporary role for up to 12 months with a possibility of extension/conversion to ongoing
  • Based in the Sydney CBD (Martin Place)

Classification grade: Library Technician Grade 1
Salary: $67,975 – $80,728 p.a. pro rata (Package up to $90,286 p.a. pro rata including base salary, employer’s contribution to superannuation and annualised leave loading.)
Work type: Part-Time – 7 hours per week (1 day)

About the role
The Library Technician plays a vital role in the provision of customer service, with a focus on operational and technical aspects of a library and information service. In this role, you will work autonomously to maintain library records, assist CSO staff with accessing materials and liaising with the Law Courts Library.
To learn more about the role, please review the role description here.

Essential requirements

  • Eligibility for para-professional membership of Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and an ALIA accredited library and information science qualification
  • Experience with library systems.

About you. Our ideal candidate.

  • You have excellent customer service skills to support CSO staff
  • Good organisational skills to maintain all records
  • Sound experience with library systems
  • Ability to work independently

How to apply:

For your application to be considered, you must submit your application online and include:

  • An updated resume and a cover letter outlining your interest and suitability for the role
  • Your qualifications

The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role.
You can request adjustments throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require any adjustments or alternative formats to participate in the process, please contact Justyna Wieczorek, Talent Acquisition Partner on 0400 549 700 or email [email protected] to further discuss.
A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months.

Closing date: Sunday, 19 February 2023 (AEST 7:59PM)
Recruitment enquires: Justyna Wieczorek, Talent Acquisition Partner, [email protected]

Why work for CSO?
The NSW Crown Solicitors Office (CSO) provides high-quality and cost-effective legal services to the NSW Government and its agencies. As a trusted legal advisor to the NSW Government, our principal role is to advise and represent agencies so that they can deliver policies, programs and projects in a lawful, effective and efficient manner.
We act with integrity and professional independence, guided by the government sector’s core values. We are focussed on providing excellent client service and promoting a culture of continuous improvement. We also provide our people with opportunities to learn, develop and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment.


Our commitment to flexible working

The CSO has adopted a teams-based approach to flexible working. We recognise that everyone has different needs and preferences, and our flexible work culture allows you to adapt your work routine to suit you. We’re all about flexibility, productivity and driving good client outcomes.

We have generous leave provisions available for our employees that acknowledge individual preferences and responsibilities including:

  • Up to 20 days recreation leave and up to 18 days flex leave per annum
  • Up to 15 days sick leave and 2.5 days emergency/carers leave per annum
  • 20 days purchased leave annually
  • Inclusive paid parental leave provisions of up to 16 weeks (14 weeks + 2 bonus weeks) which can be taken flexibly within the first 24 months to support the birth, adoption, altruistic surrogacy or permanent out-of-home care placement of a child
  • Study time up to 4 hours per week
  • Extended Leave of up to 2 months after 10 years or up to 6 weeks after 7 years’ service

How we support health & wellbeing

  • We offer an employee assistance program to support the wellbeing of employees in the workplace and in their personal lives, which also extends to family members
  • Coaching services are available for people leaders and executives to learn and implement best practices to manage their team’s wellbeing
  • We offer an annual Flu Vaccination program
  • We provide access to the Fitness Passport program – a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to staff and their families

CSO’s commitment to diversity
At CSO, we believe a diverse and inclusive workforce contributes to the success of our organisation and we are committed to ensuring that our workforce reflects our diverse community.

We welcome and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, including people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the LGBTQIA+ community, culturally and linguistically diverse people, veterans and other diverse communities.