Operations Services Analyst, Librarian's Office
Job No: 4822
Salary Range: £24,049 - £27,047 p.a.
Cambridge University Library is one of the world’s great research libraries. The Library is a major scholarly resource, not only for the University’s staff and students, but also nationally and internationally. It has been collecting books and manuscripts since the 14th century and now has one of the greatest and most accessible collections of books and manuscripts in the world. As a legal deposit library for almost 300 years, the University Library also has comprehensive holdings of UK publications, as well as extensive collections built up through purchase over several centuries.
Applications are invited for the post of Analyst. The role of the Operations Services Analyst is pivotal in providing an effective business driven management information service to support Library Management needs primarily based on an annual calendar of service needs and driving data cycle management aligned to the Library’s strategic priorities. The Analyst role also supervises two Co-ordinators on a day to day basis. To fill this role, we are seeking an outstanding professional with vision and enthusiasm to provide on-going input and value into supporting and resolving business change issues that arise within Library Operations. The role also works across administrative aspects relating to HR, Finance and Building Services as they deliver support to the Librarian’s Office as well as committed involvement with specific improvement projects and committees as an active member or minute taker.
The Operations Analyst is a new and dynamic post requiring adaptability, common sense and mathematical agility, together with well-developed communication, customer service and prioritisation skills. You will support and engineer processes to help the team to deliver innovation, all round capability and teamwork within a new shared service area. You can happily demonstrate the ability to think logically as well as having well developed practical skills e.g. organisational skills and a track record of taking a proactive approach to problem solving. You will be a committed continuous improvement advocate and take a keen interest in activities involving lean principles and efficiencies.
Applicants must possess well developed IT and systems application capability, particularly in the use of advanced Excel and PowerPoint graphics to visually demonstrate data to internal customers, together with project management skills and experience in a dedicated analyst/report generation role. Ideally you are educated to degree level or equivalent in a business related subject. You should be a competent user of MS Office packages and be able to demonstrate a track record of regularly working with visual data, presentations and constructing/writing reports.
Further details can be downloaded or they are available from the Librarian’s PA, Cambridge University Library, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DR. Tel 01223 747413, e-mail: Charlotte.Ross@lib.cam.ac.uk A completed CHRIS/5 Application form should be returned to the Personnel Department electronically to email@example.com by 5.00pm on the closing date (they can be posted to the Library Personnel Officer, at the above address if you have no access to email). Please complete Part 1 and Part 3 of the application form.
Interviews are expected to take place in May 2013
Closing Date: Monday 20 May 2013