Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Job Posting

Pricing, How to Post, Key Information, and FAQs

Australian Library And Information Association

July 22nd, 2019

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) is a professional association for people across Australia who work in libraries or other fields of information management. The association's website includes job postings for qualified librarians and information specialists.

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Pricing:

There is no pricing information for ALIA job postings because postings are only available to association members.

How to Post a Job on The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA):

  1. Send an email requesting an advertisement form to employment@alia.org.au. This option is available to members only.
  2. Once you have the form, fill in all of the job details and send it back to the same email address.
  3. Wait for confirmation from a staff person.

Key Information:

Founded

1937

Headquarters

Deakin, Australia

CEO

Sue McKerracher

Phone Number

(61) 2-6215-8222

Address

ALIA House, 9–11 Napier Close, Deakin 2600

Website

www.alia.org.au

FAQs:

How do I create an Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) account?

You can create an account by signing up for an Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) membership. As a member you will be allowed to advertise jobs on ALIA.

How can I edit an Australian Library and Information Association job posting?

All Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) job postings are managed by the site administrators, so you need to contact them to make changes.

How can I delete an Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) job posting?

You can contact the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) site administrators to have a posting removed if you have filled your vacancy, or if circumstances have changed.

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