The university of the south pacific international library vacancies
The University of the South Pacific is a uniquely placed centre of excellence in a region of extraordinary physical, social, and economic diversity.
Established in 1968, USP is the only university of its type in the world. It is jointly owned by the governments of 12 island countries: Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Western Samoa. Students from all these countries attend the University and staff, buildings and programs are located in all the countries. The main campus, Laucala, is in Fiji. There is a second campus, Alafua, in Western Samoa where the School of Agriculture is situated, and a third, Emalus, in Vanuatu where the School of Law operates. There are smaller University Campuses in eleven of the twelve member countries.
A strong outreach program through Flexible Learning serves USP Campuses throughout the region. The multi-cultural nature of the staff and student body give USP an exceptional character. It is a quality institution producing degrees comparable to those awarded by universities in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Graduates from USP are found in important executive positions throughout the public and private sectors in all member countries.
The Library seeks applications from dynamic and forward thinking professionals with the professional qualification of a Masters In Library Science/Information/Studies and recognized by library accrediting institutions such as ALIA, ALA and CILIP who value engagement with students and faculty through customer and technical services, to fill the listed vacancies, details of which are provided in the link to USP `Employment Opportunities’
Laucala Campus (Suva, Fiji)
1. Senior Librarian (Technical Services)
2. Oceania Sport Information Service (OSIC) Coordinator
3. Pacific Islands Marine Resources Information System (PIMRIS) Coordinator
Emalus Campus (Port Vila, Vanuatu)
5. Emalus Campus – Senior Librarian
6. Emalus Campus – Librarian
Interested applicants should refer to Information for International Candidates
For information, please contact Ms. Elizabeth Reade FONG, University Librarian on [email protected] or (679) 3232282.