Library and Archives Service
We currently have the following vacancy available for staff and students to apply:
Customer Service Attendant Part-time (9.66 hours per week) £14,631 - £15,356 (Grade 2) p.a. pro rata
As a member of our team delivering front line services, Library and Archives are looking for Evening and Weekend Customer Services Attendant (36 weeks per year). Welsh essential.
With previous work experience in Customer Services, or in a role that was supportive to others, you will assist in the provision of an efficient, effective, friendly and flexible service to users of the Library and Archives Service and ensure that a high quality learning environment is maintained across all library opening hours.
Many questions were answered at the ‘Copyright Jungle’ event held at Hen Goleg, Bangor University November 11 2014.
St.David is the Patron Saint of Wales, we celebrate his life on the 1st of March – St David’s Day- every year. St David was born sometime in the late 5th century, to a nun called Non who had been raped by Sant, king of Ceredigion. David accompanied by Padarn and Teilo made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where he was made archbishop by the patriarch there. This account of his life was written by Rhigyfarch, the son of Sulien, bishop of St David’s, towards the end of the 11th century. The legitimacy of the account is questionable as it contains much that is legendary.
Many miracles have been attributed to St David the most celebrated of which was performed when he was preaching at the Synod of Llanddewibrefi – a dove landed on his shoulder shortly before the ground rose beneath his feet, enabling the crowd to see and hear him.