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Associate Editor (Assistant Librarian)

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Associate Editor (Assistant Librarian)

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Knowledge & Information Management

  • Job ref:

    ML - 26423

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £13.85 - £14.36 per hour D.O.E.

  • Contact:

    Mark Leigh

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  • Posted:


  • Duration:

    6 weeks

  • Startdate:


Associate Editor (Assistant Librarian)

Remote Working

£13.85 - £14.36 per hour D.O.E.

37.5 hours per week

6-week contract

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Sue Hill Recruitment are pleased to be working with this higher education provider, who are looking to recruit a Temporary Associate Editor (Assistant Librarian).

The ideal candidate will work alongside the library team on processes focused on improving data quality and links to Library resources in teaching content.You will assist with the process of checking and linking to Library collections and external resources as part of the development of new modules.


·         Work alongside Librarians to check resources required for the development of new modules on library spreadsheets and in lesson files.

·         Use the library portal to search for resources requested for new modules to check and document availability in library collections.

·         Ensure correct links are added to library spreadsheet and identify any broken or incorrect links.

·         Cross check lesson content for links to resources and ensure all resources are added to library spreadsheets.

·         Check weblinks and Open Access resources for broken links and terms of use.

·         Check and amend references on library spreadsheets and in lesson files according to referencing style guides.

·         Check and source stock images that are licenced for reuse.



·         Experience of editing and proof-reading documents.

·         Experience of following style guides.

·         Knowledge of referencing styles commonly used in scholarly communications.

·         Experience of collaborating on the management, maintenance and organisation of data sources and documents.  

·         Knowledge of the range of information sources used in an academic environment and experience of using library systems in identifying, finding and retrieving items such as books, journals and articles.  

·         Understanding of good data management.

·         Experience of using and knowledge of referencing styles (APA, Harvard, OSCOLA)


Skills / Training:

·         High level of IT literacy including Microsoft Office 365 applications. (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams O365 etc)  

·         Self-motivated and driven to contribute to the continual improvement of the student experience.  

·         Excellent attention to detail and the ability to work across multiple documents.   

·         Ability to work independently and use own initiative to solve problems or escalate issues.



To have a further discussion about the vacancy then please call or email Mark