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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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Deputy LibrarianLondon£20.13 per hourStart Feb 2023 for 2 months36.5 hours per week About the company Sue Hill Recruitment are presently recruiting for a Deputy Librarian for our Higher Education client to provide cover for a 2-month fixed term contract. The Library primarily supports staff, students and researchers but also serves the wider academic community, both within the UK and internationally, as well as practising professional architects. The Library day team is formed of the Librarian, Subject Liaison Librarian and Library Assistants. There is a separate team of evening and Saturday staff (managed by the Head of Evening and Weekend Services) and a shelver (managed by the Service Operations Supervisor). PURPOSE OF THE ROLE The main purpose of the job is to oversee the day-to-day running of the library, working with the Librarian and Subject Liaison Librarian in subject liaison activities, supporting the team, and providing excellent customer service. The role works with colleagues across Library Services taking a collaborative approach to the development of services and resources to support students, academics and researchers as outlined in the departmental strategy TASKS AND DUTIES · Work with the Librarian to coordinate a high level of service delivery, in line with Library Services procedures and practices, and in the context of the Library’s commitment to Customer Service Excellence.· Line manage the Library Assistants, and have oversight of their training and development needs. · Manage the library desk rota and ensure minimum daily staffing levels are in place, arranging cover when required. · Responsible for overseeing usage and staff training on all processes using Alma such as circulation, interlending and document supply and processing. Also responsible for all cash reconciliation and banking. · To assist the Librarian in monitoring of service activity levels and quality, and provide statistical or summary reports.· Work with the Librarian and Subject Liaison Librarian in planning and delivering information skills training sessions, in consultation with academic colleagues. Lead on planning and facilitating student library induction sessions.· To work with the Librarian and Subject Liaison Librarian in managing the collection including book purchasing, weeding and disposal of material. · To work with the Librarian on projects and initiatives, for example building redevelopments, wellbeing and sustainability for staff and student. · Regular liaison with the Head of Customer Services, Head of Evening & Weekend Services, Library Shelving team and all other libraries, academics and the Faculty.· To deputise for the Librarian on all tasks, as and when required. PERSON SPECIFICATION · Educated to degree level· Qualification in librarianship / information science advantageous· Significant experience of working in a busy library service, and using print and online information sources· Experience of working accurately and with attention to detail· Experience of using initiative to solve problems either individually or as part of a team· Experience of line managing staff· Excellent customer service skills, and the ability to coach team members on good customer service· Ability to work effectively both as a member and as a leader of a team· Excellent oral communication skills, including the ability to provide user training that conveys information clearly and accurately· Excellent written communication skills, including the ability to write clear guidelines and instructions· Experience of using tact, diplomacy, and of dealing with difficult situations robustly but politely· Good organisational and time management skills, able to manage a varied workload, delegate as appropriate, and meet deadlines
Knowledge and Research CoordinatorLondon£29,640 – £31,200 Full Time – 35 hours a week Hybrid working modelOur client, a Professional body in the healthcare sector, is looking for a Knowledge and Research Coordinator to join their established and busy Knowledge and Research (K&R) Directorate. Reporting to the Director of Knowledge and Research & Knowledge and Research Manager, this is an exciting time to be joining the body as they complete the final stages of a significant refurbishment of the building. The K&R Directorate plays an important part in the organisation in relation to internal data processing and research, and the developing knowledge management programme. Reporting to the K&R Manager, the K&R Coordinator will be significantly involved in the administration of the key aspects of knowledge and research work across the organisation.The main purpose of the role is to provide administration and coordination support for the three teams within the K&R Directorate, namely their Research, Museum, and Library and Information Services teams.You will be coordinating a range of work across these three teams and supporting the team members to successfully deliver projects ranging from research projects, museum and library audits and the development of funding applications. The role utilises a Microsoft Dynamics-based CRM, ensuring good data management in line with GDPR, providing accurate data to ensure team KPIs are monitored and progress reported, and responding to queries from staff – particularly in our Policy and Strategy, Clinical advice and CPD teams.The postholder will be the main contact for key external stakeholders contacting the K&R Directorate, and will be responsible for delivering a responsive, accurate service to them.MAIN RESPOSIBILITIES: · Providing effective administrative support for the Research Committee, supporting the Committee’s Chair and two vice-chairs, preparing papers and taking minutes of the meetings, and coordinating the membership and meetings of the various panels of the Research Committee.· Developing and maintaining effective processes and policies for the organisations research grants, awards, and related projects.· Coordinating reports on progress of business plans by requesting updates in time for deadlines and ensuring monitoring/reporting documents are completed, and this information and data are provided to the K&R Manager in a timely manner.· Coordinating and effectively administering the Research Grants and Awards, including dealing with invoices, ensuring that relevant conditions have been met and reports received prior to processing payments, maintaining accurate records of grant commitments and payments.· Coordinate the work of the Knowledge Management Group by ensuring that membership continues to include representatives from all teams across the organisation, new members are recruited as required, members are updated on key knowledge and management activities, and are reminded of their assigned actions, and groups meet at agreed intervals.· Support the K&R Manager by coordinating the work to ensure that the organisations international research journal is administered effectively, and the Editor in Chief has the support needed.· Coordinate the K&R department’s dissemination activities, maintaining a log of resources and outputs, and coordinating plans to share and publish these in the most effective ways. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:· Excellent written and oral communication skills· Ability to summarise and clearly and concisely communicate information from a range of sources· Ability to keep track of and apply detailed and complex processes· Good attention to detail and accuracy· Good working knowledge of MS Office: Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint Teams and Sharepoint · Ability to write agenda, papers and minutes, and make arrangements for meetings· Ability to vary communications to suit different levels and people i.e., professionals, patients and the public· Able to work under pressure and meet deadlinesDESIRBLE:· Experience of using databases or a CRM· Experience of updating webpages· Experience of working in a research or knowledge organisation
Part Time Collections Management AssistantLondon£12.69 per hourStart 20th February 20236 Month Contract14 hours per week About the company Sue Hill Recruitment are presently recruiting for a Part Time Collections Management Assistant for our Charity client in London, for a 6 Month contract. The library is a major specialist academic library in philosophy, theology and allied disciplines. It is an affiliate library of the University of London and is based in the heart of London. The reading room contains circa. 8,000 books and the latest issues of circa 200 live journal subscriptions. The library is members-only, but open to students, researchers, teachers and students. The Temporary Collection Management Assistant will work on collection projects and help with the day-to-day staffing of the library’s Issue/Return desk, as well as processing of books. This position would be suitable for someone with good eye for detail, and who might be new to library work. TASKS / DUTIES Retrieving and moving boxes full of books.Emptying boxes, checking books transferred from the Archives against the Library’s holdings (ca. 3,000)Sorting books according to the results (held, not held)Populating a spreadsheet, by adding certain books. Stamping books to be withdrawn, boxing them, and moving boxes of withdrawn books.Dealing with library users and staffing the Library Issue desk (issuing and returning books) for some of the time.Labelling newly catalogued books.Shelving and moving books. The client might start a 2nd project during this contract which will probably necessitate for the Collection Management Assistant to travel with the Librarian and/or Assistant Librarian to the Offsite Store in Egham (Surrey). This would then involve packing boxes with journals or books on shelves and moving boxes to a storage space or a van. PERSON SPECIFICATION · A good eye for detail and working accurately. · IT skills necessary in the role, e.g., basic Excel skills for data entry. · Good people skills for working with library users. · Good record of attendance at work. · Some experience in working as part of a small teamwork.· Physical stamina. · Good sense of humour.
Senior Information Assistant£26,000London35 hours a week About the company Sue Hill Recruitment are delighted to be working in partnership with The Royal College of Surgeons, who are seeking to recruit a Senior Information Assistant to join their Library Team. The library is part of the RCS England Library and Archives department and exists to support the professional and clinical information needs of RCS England Members and Fellows, trainees, and examination candidates, based in the UK and internationally, via the provision of an extensive range of information services and resources.The library also supports RCS England staff, external researchers, academics and members of the public. The Senior Information Assistant will be a key member of the library team, with responsibilities for supporting the delivery of high-quality and customer-focused library services, and activities that are delivered from the library and remotely via the Internet.The post holder’s principal duties will be divided between direct customer-facing support activities for Members and Fellows, RCS staff, and external researchers, and non-customer facing technical and administrative activities that support service and resource delivery. Customer-facing support activities include welcoming visitors to the library, providing assistance and support to library users, and answering in-person and remotely submitted enquiries.Non-customer facing activities include supporting the professional customer-facing and collections management duties of the Assistant Librarian, Customer Services Manager and Library Collections Manager, supporting the production and delivery of the Plarr’s Lives of the Fellows resource, and undertaking general business support activities and administrative and clerical duties. Key Tasks & Responsibilities:Main Responsibilities· Contribute to the delivery of an efficient, effective, friendly and responsive on-site library service for Members and Fellows, trainees, researchers, and other visitors. · Contribute to the smooth and effective functioning of the Members’ Library and the Research Suite, ensuring that the information needs of library users are fully met.· Assist in the provision of user-focused, high quality physical and virtual services to support the information needs of our audiences, and in the development of effective working practices required to deliver these.· Work to improve the user experience, to help market and promote user services and to contribute to audience development across Library and Archives.· Provide assistance and support to the Assistant Librarian, the Customer Services Manager, and the Library Collections Manager with processes, activities and projects as required.· Provide administrative support required for the efficient and timely production and delivery of the Plarr’s Lives of the Fellows resource,· Undertake general business support and administrative and clerical activities. Enquiry and Reading Room Services · Work as part of a team, to supervise the use of the library to ensure an efficient, effective and secure on-site service, including invigilation of researchers using Library and Archives material to agreed professional standards in the Research Suite.· Participate in enquiry desk duties, assisting with in-person and distance requests (telephone/email/web) involving both current and historical collections and services to all our audiences, in accordance with service level targets.· Ensure that the Members’ Library and Research Suite are maintained in a tidy and orderly manner and that all equipment is functioning correctly. Customer Services · Participate in the development of customer services policies and procedures for shared, pan-domain service delivery for members and researchers.· Support and take part as needed in the article supply and inter-library loans services.· Assist the Customer Services Manager with the planning and implementation of appropriate user research and feedback gathering to identify user needs to inform decision-making in collection and related service developments.· Assist the Customer Services Manager and relevant staff with the library’s content and presence on the College website and intranet.· Take part in the development of the library’s blog and presence on social media. · Take part in the creation and implementation of user leaflets, guides and promotional materials and activities.· Assist in the efficient collection and use of key service statistics and performance indicators and help develop good practice in this area. Collections Management · Provide administrative support to the Library Collections Manager for the selection and acquisition of print and digital books, journals, and other items for the library, e.g. submitting orders, processing invoices.· Provide support for collections preservation and conservation activities where necessary, including binding, repairs, and digitisation.· Support the Assistant Librarian in the development of research aids, including subject source lists and information guides.· Retrieve books and other library materials from the library store rooms that are required for use by library users.· Re-shelve books and other library materials on shelves (including high shelves) and in the library store rooms, and assists with the tidying of the reading rooms.· Receipt of library materials ordered from off-site stores and processing of items to be returned from off-site stores.· Other collection management support tasks as required, e.g., maintaining collection management statistics, labelling, boxing, journal ‘check in’ administration and shelving. Support for Plarr’s Lives of the Fellows of The Royal College of Surgeons of England · Work and liaise with the Lives of the Fellows editorial team and the Customer Services Manager to produce and deliver the Plarr’s Lives of the Fellows service.· Provide support to the Plarr’s Lives of the Fellows Committee, including distribution of committee papers, preparation and distribution of the agenda, and taking minutes of meetings. · Monitor the Lives inbox – answering enquiries and responding to the editorial team and acts as chief liaison point for all telephone, postal and e-mail enquiries.· Add and maintain content on the Lives website, as directed by the Customer Services Manager. · Liaise with the Membership Engagement team regarding the reporting of deaths of Fellows and the monthly deaths list. Business Support and General Activities · Provide support to the Library & Archives department by processing, submitting orders and invoices using the College Proactis finance system, including reports on departmental budget supported by the Information Assistant. · Assist with organisational and administrative duties as required by the L&A Department including support for key governance Committee meetings supported by the Information Assistant.· Provide health and safety training and support for new starters in the Library and Archives Department and periodic refresher training and support as required.· The post holder is expected to represent the College in a professional manner in relation to his or her responsibilities and in ensuring their own continuing professional development.· The post holder is expected to undertake such duties appropriate to the grade, as may be required.· The post holder may be required to work out of normal hours to support departmental or college related events and activities (e.g. courses support). PERSON SPECIFICATION · Educated to first degree level (or equivalent) in any subject· Experience or knowledge of library, archives or other information-centred work· Experience of using automated library management systems such as SymphonyExperience of collections related duties (e.g. acquisitions, cataloguing, stock management etc.)· Experience as a user of using automated library catalogues and/or other bibliographic tools, and of using online resources to plan and carry out research· Sound organisational aptitude, together with the ability to prioritise workload, meet deadlines and work on own initiative where appropriate· Experience of project-based work and working to deadlines· Experience in a customer facing service environment· Strong IT skills, including MS Office (word processing, spreadsheets).· Commitment to high levels of customer service and care.· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a proven ability to work as part of a team and liaise with a wide range of colleagues and customers· Ability to work methodically and accurately to agreed standards and criteria and with attention to detail.· A flexible approach to duties in a changing service environment and a willingness to embrace change.· Able to work independently and as part of a team – a good team player.· Able to learn – seeks and assimilates new knowledge, willing to learn from mistakes. Desirable A relevant professional, vocational or academic qualification.Understanding/experience of metadata concepts e.g. tagging.Experience of producing information leaflets and promotional materials.Understanding of copyright issues. Some knowledge of or interest in web authoring and using information technology to support practice and learning, including HTML and Web 2.0 technologies.
Archivist and Records Manager 12 Month Fixed Term Contract £36,900 London 35 hours a weekHybrid 40% on site / 60% remote About the company Sue Hill Recruitment are delighted to be working in partnership with The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, who are looking to recruit an Archivist and Records Manager, which will sit within the Information Governance Team. The Archivist and Records Manager will function as a first point contact for enquiries, duties and management of the College’s archive, records, information security (non-technical) and information compliance. You will manage the day-to-day records management function at the College and lead the information governance and records management the College’s Microsoft 365 records management system. The postholder will also support the Head of Information Governance with management of the RCPCH information governance function at the college.You will have a leading role in managing the College’s archive. The College archive of collection includes institutional records of the RCPCH (established in 1996) and records of its predecessor, the British Paediatric Association (BPA) which was established in 1928. The Archive holds over 5,000 records and is stored off-site in EN16893 and BS4971 archival storage accessible by appointment only.Key Tasks & Responsibilities:ArchiveResponsible for the day-to-day management of the College’s archive collection, ensuring any appropriate policies and guidance are in place.Management of the archive budget as part of the wider Information Governance budget.Sorting, appraising, arranging, and cataloguing the College Archive using Adlib, the College’s collection management software and Aim25 and the Archive Hub.Managing outreach for the archive including online presence and supporting events.Managing any archive donations and consulting with donors.Managing archive enquiries and readers as appropriate.Ensuring appropriate best practice standards and preservation techniques are used.Supervising and managing volunteers as needed. Leading on funding applications. Advise on preservation and collaborating with other teams within the college to find and implement preservation solutions, including developing a digital preservation strategy. Records ManagementResponsible for the development of records management functionality in the college’s Microsoft 365 file store and the ongoing management of this.Manage the day-to-day records management which includes managing the College’s off-site and on-site storage operations, providing advice on records management storage and processes, leading on information audits, as required, including the review of the college’s Information Asset Register (ROPA).Responsible for reviewing and maintaining the College’s retention schedules.Lead on the promotion of best records management practice. Manage the development and review of records management policies, procedures, and guidance. Lead on the provision of records management training. Manage the relationship with the off-site storage provider. PERSON SPECIFICATION• A professional qualification in Archives and Records Management • Skilled in MS SharePoint/Teams to administrator level.• A knowledge of archives and records management standards such as ISAD(G), ISO 15489 and MoReq.• Experience of using the M365 Security and Compliance Centre (Purview) and implementing the M365 Records Management solution and tools, such as retention labels/policies, classification schemes and applying metadata. • Experience of using Adlib or a similar beneficial• Experience of working in an archives and records management role. • Excellent preservation skills and manual handling skills.• Excellent people skills with proven ability to work collaboratively and build rapport, confidence, and trust quickly with a wide range of people.• Ability to deal with sensitive information in a discreet and confidential way. • Able to present information, verbally and in writing, in a clear and concise manner, with excellent attention to detail to staff at all levels.• Excellent IT skills, with thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Office (particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).• Ability to work with minimal supervision, manage own workload and taking responsibility for achieving results.• Ability to work to deadlines and manage workload, balancing long term, shorter term, and immediate priorities.• Ability to interpret complex or technical ideas and communicate in a simple way. Desirable • Experience of cataloguing charity/NHS/membership organisational records
Proof-Reader / Quality Assurance Analyst Work from Home / Twickenham Office£14.29 per hourMonday to Friday (35 hours a week)6 Month Temporary ContractPossible Temp to PermASAP Start About the company Our client protects the content, product and interests of the film and television industries are and regarded as the leaders in intellectual property protection. They investigate cybercrime, fraud and other IP crime which meets the needs of governments, law enforcement and private organisations in mitigating risk and making informed decisions.They are now seeking a Quality Assurance Analyst – Due Diligence to assist with proof reading and quality assurance for clients reports to ensure that the content is grammatically correct, the key points are highlighted and summarised, and the content is accurate and complete. This role will mainly be a ‘Work from Home’ position, but you will be required to attend the office 1-2 days a week Key Responsibilities • Ensure the terms of reference and requirements, set by the client, are met in the submitted report. Apply quality assurance by maintaining: Consistent style and formatting· Ensure the report is logical and flows well· Ensure correct tense · Evaluate page elements such as images, text spacing and positioning · Ensure references are accurate and, where applicable, function (e.g. bookmarks)· Rephrase written text to ensure document structure and content are consistent· Ensure illustrations are suitably captioned and referenced Content· Ensure all required verifications and submitted information are noted and outlined in the document by cross referencing the source documents.· Ensure that the information submitted has been accurately interpreted. This will include analysis of bank statements, translated documents, company formation documentation, etc.· Ensure that open-source research has been accurately interpreted and conveyed, with adequate references. This will require reading the articles referenced in the footnotes· Ensure the report does not introduce bias or opinion of the author· Ensure that the information is included in the correct section and avoids repetition. · Ensure there are no irrelevant passages or assessments, or superfluous ‘padding’ of the document · Liaise with the author, when required, to discuss queries and provide report feedback. Note common and repetitive mistakes.· Ensure that the report has a concise Executive Summary and informative Threat Matrix that accurately reflects the main threats identified and allows the client to make a well-informed decision. Why you will be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require:• Proof reading to a very high standard; legal, law enforcement, geo-political or finance/business background ideal• Ideally a minimum five years’ experience• Self-starter with minimal supervision• Ability to work to strict deadlines• Experience of law enforcement or other public body criminal investigation background, private criminal investigation experience, or criminal analytical experience advantageous
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