Library and Resource Centres Coordinator

Job Reference Number: 48/22/178
Closing Date: Monday 26 February 2018, 9:00 AM 


BAND 6 $78,527- $85,014 + SUPER

Pyrenees Shire Council has a current vacancy for the management of its Library Services and Community Resource Centres which are located at Avoca and Beaufort.

Duties incorporate management of library operations across the Shire and the services offered at the Community Resource Centres including the Library, Visitor Information Centre, meeting rooms and government services as an integral economic driver for the Pyrenees Shire.

The successful applicant will have had previous experience working in diverse environments and previous experience in library operations including staff management and customer service delivery are preferred.

The position is a full time 38 hour per week position reporting to the Economic Development & Tourism Manager.

The salary classification for this position will be in accordance with the Victorian Local Authorities Award and will be Band 6.

Position enquiries should be referred directly to Mr Ray Davies, Manager Economic Development and Tourism on Ph. 03 5349 1100.

Interested applicants should obtain a position description outlining the relevant duties and other documentation by downloading via the link below and/or by contacting Ms Pam Burns at or on (03) 5349 1100.

Applicants must provide:-

  • application cover sheet;
  • a covering letter identifying your interest in the position;
  • a statement addressing your relative experience and the key selection criteria as outlined in the position description; and
  • Curriculum Vitae (including phone referees).

Applications should be submitted via email to, attention to Ms Pam Burns, 5 Lawrence Street, Beaufort, VIC, 3373 by Monday 26th February 2018 at 9:00am.

The Pyrenees Shire Council is an Equal Opportunity employer and maintains a non-smoking work environment.

J.G. Nolan

Chief Executive Officer

We acknowledge the people past and present of the Wadawurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung, and Djab Wurrung tribes, whose land forms the Pyrenees Shire. We pay our respect to the customs, traditions and stewardship of the land by the elders and people of these tribes.

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