Saturday, July 16, 2016

Wellspring Academy,Librarian Jobs in Rwanda

JOB ADVERTISEMENT
Wellspring Academy is a non-denominational Christian school that was created with a vision of creating a new generation of Servant leaders to bless Rwanda and display the best of Rwanda to the world.
Wellspring Academy is a complete school from Kindergarten through grade 12 and the Curriculum the school is following is Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).
Wellspring Academy seeks to hire highly
skilled, dedicated, experienced and Christ centered staff for the following positions.
Librarian
The duties and responsibilities of a school Librarian include the following;
  1. Responsible for library users enquiries;
  2. Facilitate staff and students to access the information needed; maintain good relationship with library users.
  3. Provide detailed bibliographical and other assistance to readers, including help with printed and electronic resources, and library equipment;
  4. Provide training on use of the Library to readers as and when required;
  5. Advise staff on duty in correct procedures and supporting them in their work;
  6. Maintain, and when necessary, update the library manual of policy and procedures;
  7. Direct the classification and cataloguing of books
  8. Make plan for integrating and correlating the library with instructional activities and needs of curriculum.
Qualifications:
  1. At least an advanced diploma in Library studies
  2. Demonstrating computer skills knowledge,
  3. A standard level in English.
Interested candidates should send their motivational letters and CV to this address: info@wellspringacademy.org
Applications can also be dropped physically to the school offices in Nyarutarama near Christian Life Assembly.
Deadline for receiving applications is July 24th 2016.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the Interviews. If you are not contacted within two weeks from the deadline date, please consider that your application was not successful.


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