Waterford Libraries seeks to procure the services for a Reader in Residence. Reading is at the heart of the Waterford Libraries Development Plan 2017-2022 and the new public library strategy, Our Public Libraries 2022 – Inspiring, Connecting and Empowering Communities. The reader will work with the library service to develop and programme literacy based events and activities to children of migrant, rural and inner city families in Waterford.
This residency is funded by Waterford City & County Council and the Department of Rural and Community Development Dormant Accounts Fund to provide support to marginalised, socially excluded and disadvantaged communities.Click Here to View Full Details
Deadline for responses is: 3:00pm on Monday 16th September 2019.
Late submissions cannot be considered.
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Plean Forbatha na Leabharlainne 2017-2022
Library Development Plan 2017 – 2022
Ár leabharlanna Poiblí 2022 – Pobail a Spreagadh, a Cheangal agus a Chumasú
Our Public Libraries 2022: Inspiring, Connecting and Empowering Communities
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