Library Assistant, Digital Library Services (0.8)
The Cambridge Theological Federation is looking to appoint a Library Assistant to join the central Digital Library Services team that provides support to the Federation’s students and staff.
The main purpose of job is to assist the Head of Digital Library Services in providing a digital Library service that supports the needs of the formal and informal programmes offered by the Federation. To advise and support the Federation’s students and staff in the use of the Federation’s digital library services.
Further details, including how to apply, can be downloaded from here: Library Assistant, Digital Library Services recruitment pack June 2022
Information about our Digital Library Services can be downloaded from here: Digital Library Service September 2022 – recruitment
Closing date: Midnight at the end of Sunday 3rd July 2022
Interview date: Wednesday 13th July January 2022.
Board / Charity Trustee member
The Cambridge Theological Federation, formed in 1972, is an ecumenical collaboration between twelve colleges and institutions who teach theology in Cambridge. The member institutions together fund the Federation and through it are able to offer their students access to degrees through Anglia Ruskin University, Durham University and the University of Cambridge.
Members from the twelve institutions appoint a Board who have overall responsibility for ensuring the Federation’s central services are run effectively and meet our obligations to students, the member institutions, partner universities, regulators and other stakeholders. Board members have responsibilities under the Companies Act and the Charity Commission.
We are looking for an individual with financial expertise to join the Board, taking the lead on scrutinising the Federation’s use of resources and providing advice to other Board members to ensure they meet their fiduciary governance responsibilities. The appointed individual will sit on the Resources Committee which receives regular management account reports, reviews the annual accounts, proposes the budget, reviews policies and considers resources issues, including relating to the staff team.
The Board and Resources Committee normally meet once a term and so we are looking for a commitment of approximately six meetings a year, occasionally more if the need arises.
If you are interested in helping the Federation in this way please contact the Chair, Professor John Bell, on email@example.com either for an informal discussion or to offer yourself for consideration.
More information about the Federation’s governance structures is available in our Governance Manual which can be downloaded from here