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We are the leading recruitment consultancy specialising in Knowledge and Information Management.
Our specialist consultants offer a seamless service across information and knowledge governance, records management, archiving and library services, data management including Data Protection and GDPR and big data.
Founded in 1996 by Sue Hill, in 2013 the agency became part of Progility Group, working closely with our sister company TFPL.
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A prominent international law firm has a new job opportunity for a Market and Competitive Intelligence Analyst to support the business development and market intelligence strategy. The role is based in the London office with a hybrid working pattern in place.Key job responsibility involves undertaking leading market research projects from start to finish, including requestor communication, project scoping, designing research methodologies and templates, managing analysts’ work and outputs, conducting quality checks of final deliverables, preparing executive summaries and final versions of reports/outputs in requestor friendly formats, presenting research findings to requestors, and resolving any other project / research related issues.Providing value added research, analysis and insights with a client, sectors & market and firm & competitor focus using key market / legal research methodologies and databases (e.g. Capital IQ, Thomson / Refinitiv, Pitchbook, Mergermarket, Bloomberg, Chambers, Lexis, Intelligize, Westlaw)Undertaking research supporting targeting detailed country, sector or market reports and trend, news analysis, thought leadership research, transaction and investment flow. Knowledge and experience researching across a broad range of industries and international entities, e.g. financial services, metals & mining, oil & gas, energy / power, private equity, real estate, technology sectors. Experience with data manipulation is also highly desirable.Providing executive summaries and carrying out research supporting the firm’s key and core clients, panel reviews and client meetings and research on matters but also identifying new opportunities externally as part of market research.You will liaise with lawyers and staff to identify research needs across the firm and help to improve and perform pioneering high-value research projects for major clients and stakeholders. You will provide training to educate lawyers and business support staff on research resources and methodology, and ensuring valuable promotion of research servicesYou will be experienced in proactively building relationships globally and locally with lawyers and business development, market research, marketing, strategy, and other departments. Ensuring the firm is able to meet and exceed current needs, anticipate future research needs and continue to develop the services and resources to deliver an outstanding service.Job applications are welcomed from experienced candidates with a relevant research background from law firms, consulting firms and investment banking.You will have a proactive approach to client service, and your excellent communication skills will enable you to work effectively with partners and other senior stakeholders across the organisation.To be considered for this and similar research and analysis job vacancies please apply with your CV to email@example.com
A global real estate services firm has a fabulous new opportunity for a Knowledge Manager within the Business Development team. The Knowledge Manager will lead the work on the creation of a Knowledge Management strategy, bringing together the benefits of sharing knowledge globally across the firm. You will be a self-starter, become a trusted advisor to the firm, liaising with colleagues’ firm wide promoting knowledge sharing and collaboration. You will have a passion for your role and able to inspire and promote the benefits of using central systems and ensuring people can find what they need.Key job responsibilities of the Knowledge Manager will include:Helping to define a Knowledge Management strategyManagement of Knowledge Management technology toolsRelationship building with senior stakeholders with an ongoing drive to deliver best quality and best practiceConfident communicator, attending meetings to raise awareness of the KM team and knowledge sharing Being up to date with the latest technology and developments in the Knowledge Management sectorShaping the delivery of intranet content across different content types and for different audiencesEstablishing processes to ensure effective content life-cycle management practicesWorking with the business development community to gather pitches to store on the SharePoint siteTagging knowledge correctly to make it searchableMake use of communication channels to share knowledge management updatesRespond to staff requests for informationTo apply for this knowledge manager role, you should possess experience in a similar role, including:Networking skills, you will be working with global counterparts Confident and effective written and verbal communication across multiple stakeholdersStrong influencing skills as you will need to recommend best practiceExcellent attention to detail and highly organised as this is a fast-paced roleExcellent time management skillsExperience of working with Knowledge Management platformsDegree-level qualification preferredSound Knowledge of SharePoint, PowerPoint, Excel & WordGood writing, editorial and proof-reading skillsTo be considered for this this and similar Knowledge Management roles please apply with your CV.to info@ tfpl.com.
Data Retention Officer (Sharepoint)London (Waterloo)£34,838 plus Benefits12 Month Fixed Term Contract35 hours per weekHybrid working model – 2 days on site / 3 days at homeASAP Start About the company Sue Hill Recruitment are delighted to be exclusively partnering with Christian Aid in their search for a Data Retention Officer (Sharepoint). Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life free from poverty. They are a global movement of people, churches and local organisations who passionately champion dignity, equality and justice worldwide. They are the changemakers, the peacemakers and the mighty of heart. Christian Aid is undergoing an Intranet migration to SharePoint Modern in Microsoft 365, and this role will ensure that content that has migrated adheres to their Data Retention Policy which governs our legal, financial and corporate compliance, including GDPR. The post holder will oversee the classification of digital records in preparation for Microsoft Syntex, an automated Knowledge Management Tool, that will apply lifecycle management of records. This is an exciting 1 Year Fixed Term Contract that will ensure that Christian Aid’ s Data Retention policies are applied and understood for both digital and paper records. The role will focus primarily on digital records, which make up the majority of records, but will also oversee the safe storage, organisation and management of the Christian Aid archive collection, which is held in the London Office, offsite and at SOAS. The role will have strong working relationships with ICT and Internal Communications, who manage the Intranet, as well as the Data Protection Manager and the Head of Facilities Management. The role will also work with content owners globally across different country offices, locations and time zones. Key outcomes and responsibilities GDPR compliance by implementing an intelligent document management system to categorise content and apply retention schedulesWorking classification of documents, including content types, to support automated data retentionImprove Knowledge Management for improved content organisation and retrieval in SharePointThe data retention schedule is reviewed and adapted on an ongoing basis in accordance with the Data Retention PolicyChristian Aid’s paper archive – in London and offsite - is audited and digitisedContent from Christian Aid’s exit countries are documented and recorded and digitised, if necessaryData which has expired the Data Retention Policy will be automatically and regularly deleted/destroyed(If time allows) a review of the offsite archive, including deposit, at SOAS Why you will be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require:Knowledge and experience of Microsoft’s SharePoint 365 platform, including how to manage metadata and records lifecycleExpertise in managing digital and paper records, including how to digitise hard-copy contentAn understanding of data protection and governance in a medium-to-large organisationExperience working in a variety of environments, including Not-For-ProfitExposure to SharePoint Syntex advantageousExperience of managing a paper archive beneficialThe postholder will need to be self-motivated, and probe for further information or greater understanding of a problem, make rational judgements from the available information and analysis, and produce workable solutions to a range of problems The post holder will have effective project management skills to liaise with a number of internal stakeholders and will hold professional expertise for managing records and data retentionAdditional InformationThe successful candidate will require either a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service certificate (DBS) and a Counter Terrorism Sanction check as part of the clearance process for commencing in this position. Christian Aid value diversity and aspire to reflect this in its work force. They welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief. Christian Aid is committed to providing a safe and trusted environment for every person connected to the work they do and to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour including sexual harassment and exploitation, abuse, and financial misconduct. Any candidate offered a job with Christian Aid is expected to share and demonstrate these values and adhere to Christian Aid’s Safeguarding policy and sign Christian Aid’ s Code of Conduct. If you are interested in learning more: Please get in touch on 020 7378 5469 or Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org
Librarian (Temporary Cataloguer)London 8 – 12 weeks £13.74 - £16.48 per hour depending on experience35 hours per week (4 days on site / 1 day home) Start: 27th June 2022 Sue Hill Recruitment is excited to be working with this world leading, independent policy institute based in London. As a global think tank, their mission is to help build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world.The Library and Information Service holds an internationally important collection and archive, which draws scholars from around the world. Following the departure of a member of the library team, they are now looking for a librarian to focus on clearing a cataloguing backlog and providing cover for the Enquiry Desk.The library is staffed by a team of three professional librarians, with the emphasis on teamwork and delivering an accessible and user-friendly service. They make heavy use of automation to improve efficiency and the library catalogue now acts as the repository for the Institute’s output, with the library being included as part of the Publications Team’s workflow.Principal Responsibilities:Cataloguing and classificationSubject Indexing and Classification General reference and research information workShare of general library administrationChecking budget lines for books, refunds and inter-library loansQualifications and Experience:Professional qualification in librarianship or extensive relevant experienceKnowledge of cataloguing and classification Excellent interpersonal skills, approachable and a good communicator A strong dedication to the highest standards of service provision Experience of answering research enquiries using online and hard-copy sources Experience in a research or academic library or similar working environment advantageousExperience of purchasing, processing and ordering material beneficialAn interest in and/or knowledge of international relations Familiarity with copyright law beneficial but not essentialExperience of Soutron or other Library Management System
Library Services Manager Wallingford or Lancaster £44,000Permanent 37.5 hours a weekHybrid working with up to 2 days at homeASAP start About the companySue Hill Recruitment are delighted to be working in partnership with the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology who are looking to recruit a Library Services Manager.This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced library professional to lead a small, dedicated team and have operational responsibility for providing a modern library and archive service to approximately 500 staff across four sites.The main library services are based in Wallingford and the archive facility is based in Lancaster. You will be responsible for ensuring information and processes vital to the library’s services are maintained and facilitate the development of an innovative and modern research library and archive service in what is a rapidly changing landscape - including a shift to digital and open access. This key role will play an important part in understanding new requirements and drivers (internal and external) and leading change within the library & archive service to deliver these needs. Main responsibilities:Management of the UKCEH library and archive teamEnsure library systems, archives and content are fit for purpose and that resources are discoverable and accessible including the Library Management System and the open access repositoryDelivery of library and archive services within budget, including monitoring costs and ensuring value for money; contributing to the annual budgetary process, provision of any options analysis for future improvements to support strategic decision-makingResponsibility for management of the UKRI Open Access Block Grant and compliance reporting; providing communication and advice to scientists and colleagues on Open Access including policies of publishers and fundersManage, negotiate and review direct subscription agreements and Open Access transformative agreements with key publishersLead communications to UKCEH scientists on library, archive and information services and responsibility for associated policies and procedures. Skills required: Degree level education with a postgraduate qualification in a library or information management related field OR demonstrated ability gained through relevant professional experienceProven experience handling a complex budgetSignificant management experience in an academic or research library beneficialExperience of budget setting, budget management and monitoring specifically in relation to library services, systems, assets, publisher agreements and subscriptionsExperience of Heritage Cirqa LMS or similarAbility to define, procure and implement library systems, including catalogues and repositories with experience of administering and managing e-resourcesKnowledge of current developments in open access requirements and policies of funders and publishersAbility to think creatively and flexibly about the provision of a modern innovative library and archive serviceAbility to lead, manage and develop a dispersed team within the organisation Strong successful negotiation skillsStrong verbal and written communication skillsExperience of successfully delivering change and developing innovative solutions. A willingness for occasional travel to other sites, with some overnight staysAble to demonstrate a commitment to promote and adhere to UKCEH values of Excellence, Integrity and Teamwork
Subject LibrarianPoole£31,406Full Time Hours – 37 per weekASAP Start About the company Sue Hill Recruitment have been instructed by our client, a Higher Education provider, who are looking to recruit a Subject Librarian to help develop and deliver both curriculum based, and informal information literacy learning opportunities, tools and materials utilising accepted pedagogical practices and deliverable in a variety of formats. The role would also require the Librarian to develop and manage Library collections within designated subject areas in collaboration with academic departments, and to manage allied budgets. Key Responsibilities • Deliver Subject Librarian responsibilities for designated courses, providing academic support including teaching for staff and students.• Main point of contact for students and staff on designated courses using professional knowledge and experience to provide teaching, advice and guidance on research. • Analyse, manipulate and interpret data, to produce detailed reports, such as analysis of workshop feedback.• Contribute to collection management and development activities such as the identification and ordering of new stock in relevant subject areas, and evaluation of existing stock with an allocated budget responsibility.• Provide detailed information and advice to colleagues and stakeholders of the library, acting as a point of contact for specialist queries; considering and explaining potential implications and providing information as required. • Maintain accurate information and documentation to inform on decision-making, and effective policy management.• Implement improvements to own areas of work considering customer feedback, changes to policy, strategy, or external environment.• Plan workload within a general plan or schedule over periods of up to a year, ensuring deadlines are met and to assist the Head of Library in planning for future work. • Assist with the organisation of events and meetings.• Build and maintain relationships with contacts in other services, faculties or external bodies including participating in networks/working groups to coordinate activity and build effective relationships. For example, you will be actively involved in relevant faculty/department/service meetings outside the library.• Deliver a high level of customer service to internal and external clients using own initiative and specialist knowledge and experience; liaising with key contacts within the University as required. • Line manage team members. Why you will be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require:A qualification in librarianship, library and information science, or information management at degree or post-graduate level or a recognised equivalent professional qualification. Experience of working within higher educationPrevious experience of supervising/managing staff Experience of delivering and evaluating teaching to groups of library users and/or staffRelevant experience in developing and delivering subject specialist support and teaching to staff and students preferably in a university or equivalent environmentExperience creating online learning objects for information and digital literacy teachingExcellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally and relate positively to staff and students within a busy and demanding working environment.Ability to understand and respond to requests for information and assistance.Experience of using information technology and the ability to apply that knowledge in an education library setting.
Academic Liaison Librarian Birmingham1 Year Maternity Cover ContractPart Time Hours - 18.5 / 22 / 29.6Hybrid Role - Flexible£27,116ASAP Start About the companySue Hill Recruitment have been instructed by our HE client, who is seeking an Academic Liaison Librarian to be based in Birmingham to cover a 1-year Maternity Contract, working 37 hours per week. Reporting to the Academic and Digital Skills Manager, the post holder will provide specialist library support for the learning and teaching activities of a specified curriculum area. This post would also have significant reporting lines to the Dean of the Birmingham campus for all day-to-day operational responsibilities. The post holder will be required to work on the weekends to provide cover for the students on the Birmingham campus. What you’ll be doingAs part of the Academic Liaison Librarian Team within the Library and Learning Resources, you will focus on the development of specialist, curriculum focused Digital and Information Literacy skills, resource support and support for design, planning, validation, delivery and review of courses and programmes. You will contribute to the provision of a blended and holistic curriculum of digital and information literacy, via the InfoSkills programme. You will take into account the differing needs of students as they progress in their academic careers, and aim to develop the academic success, lifelong transferable skills and employability of our student body. You will require excellent interpersonal and team working skills, and the ability to liaise with academic colleagues and work collaboratively across the institution. Evidence of a commitment to and knowledge of contemporary Digital and Information Literacy developments are essential, as is the ability to work strategically to deliver services aligned with objectives and values. MAIN DUTIESDesign, deliver and facilitate training for students and staff in digital and information skills relevant to a specific curriculum area, taking into account good current practice in pedagogical theory and the differing needs of students and researchers as they progress in their academic careersLiaise with academic staff in a given area, to ensure appropriate learning resources and effective digital and information literacy skills are delivered, with reference to the LLR’s strategic vision and action plan and support the Senior Academic Liaison Librarian and Head of Academic Services in the development of the InfoSkills programmeAct as a point of expertise within the Institution for the development of digital and information skills, contributing to the delivery of library enquiry services, including physical and virtual enquiry services, and responding to specialist subject-based enquiriesWork as part of the Academic Liaison team to develop innovative methods for reaching students across a wide geographical area using digital platforms and other forms of technologyGain a thorough understanding of the needs of students and staff within your curriculum area in order to advise on collections and learning resources, to support the Head of Academic Services and Head of Collections in ensuring a joined up and holistic approach to resource provision and collection developmentWork with the Senior Academic Liaison Librarian and Head of Academic Services to ensure the delivery of the LLR’s Marketing Strategy in order to maximise the Library’s impact within the InstitutionSupport and participate in the implementation of methods of innovative engagement with key customer segments, collation of feedback in order to improve and develop new and existing services, and methods of demonstrating the impact of all our activitiesWork closely with teams across the LLR to ensure liaison represents the full range of services, collections and resources and demonstrate a commitment to a joined up and holistic approach to communication and engagement with all library staff in an inclusive and collaborative mannerBe an advocate for the Library, actively engaging with and promoting service developments in line with relevant LLR policies and priorities as identified by the Head of Academic Services, Senior Academic Liaison Librarian and LLR’s Management teamProvide support for the design and provision of high quality, current, diverse and representative reading lists, taking into account good current practice in pedagogical theory Project a positive professional image to all colleagues and customers internally and externallyManage own time and workloads efficiently and consistently meet deadlines, demonstrating an ability to respond effectively to the unexpectedTreat all employees, colleagues, customers and visitors fairly and equitably. Acknowledge the opinions and contributions of others, recognising the benefits of difference and diversity. Represent the Library and Learning Resources on relevant committees internally and externally, for example Academic Discipline and Institute Boards, as required. Demonstrate the ability to understand the views of others in order to influence and negotiate effectively to achieve agreed outcomes, manage expectations and take a positive, but pragmatic approach when representing the LLRIn collaboration with the Special Collection Librarian, support special collections and archives material within the LLR digital and information literacy programmes.Undertake promotion and publicity of library services as appropriate, using a range of traditional and web-based methodsParticipate in routine staff rotas, as required Why you will be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require: First degree or equivalentProfessional qualification in Library and / or Information Studies OR significant previous experience in providing liaison / subject librarianship in an FE or HE environmentTeaching qualification advantageous but not essentialEvidence of a commitment to and knowledge of contemporary Digital and Information Literacy developmentsRecent experience of delivering Information and Digital Literacy skills training, and producing associated materialsRecent experience of developing digital capabilities in a library and information contextExperience of working with a range of different learners e.g. mature students, school leaversGood interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to work as part of a team and in partnership with othersA commitment to meeting user needs and a proactive, positive approach to student centred service development providing enquiry support Experience of collection development work across print and digital collections services using different channels For more details please contact Mark Leigh on email@example.com
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