Job Opening: Office Manager (part-time, 0.8 FTE)

Are you highly organised and service oriented, with a strong sense of diplomacy and an interest in working in an international environment?

LIBER is seeking an Office Manager to ensure the efficient and smooth running of the LIBER Office. The Office Manager will be at the heart of the organisation, supporting the Executive Director in the smooth operation of the organisation and execution of core activities (e.g. the LIBER annual conference), ensuring timely information is delivered to the LIBER Executive Board, and working with the EU Projects Manager and the Financial Officer to produce accurate reports.

Key relationships:
This position reports to the Executive Director and works in close cooperation with the LIBER Secretary General, the EU Projects Manager, and the Financial Officer.
The post holder will also be the first point of contact in the LIBER Office for LIBER Participants (members).

Duration and working hours
The appointment is part-time (0.8/4 days a week) and will be for a one year contract initially.

Salary
Salary will be on Scale 9: minimum € 2512 to maximum € 3461 gross per month full-time, plus a vacation allowance of 8%, and a December allowance of 8.33%. LIBER has an excellent pension scheme, as set out in the Collective Labour Agreement for Research Institutes (CAO-onderzoekinstellingen).

LIBER plans to fill the post of Office Manager in May 2015. A job description can be found here: Job_description_office_manager

To apply please send a CV and covering letter in English by 2 February 2015 to:
Susan Reilly
Executive Director
Email: susan.reilly@kb.nl

More about us:
LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche/Association of European Research Libraries) represents over 400 member institutions and organisations from more than forty countries and is the principal association of European research libraries. LIBER has an exciting and dynamic future programme. Its current strategic goals are in the areas of scholarly communication and research infrastructures, reshaping research libraries to meet future needs, advocacy and communications, library management, and the development of services and facilities for European researchers.