Equity & Inclusion Consultant, South Carolina State Library

Equity & Inclusion Consultant, South Carolina State Library

Location:  Columbia, South Carolina

Job Description:

Created in response to the growing call of South Carolina public libraries for knowledge and guidance on issues of access and inclusion, this position will promote and support accessible services, resources and programs, and improved staff skills for working with the state’s diverse population. The E&I Consultant will work closely with agency colleagues to ensure equitable access and opportunities in public libraries and the State Library, for participation by individuals of diverse groups or with differing abilities, their families, and caregivers.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Provide consultation and expertise in all matters related to inclusivity and accessibility for services provided by the State Library and public libraries to diverse populations, including people of various cultural and ethnic groups, people with physical and intellectual conditions that make it difficult for them to access library services and collections.
  • Visit public libraries regularly and on request to assess and recommend services, programming, and equipment appropriate for the service population
  • Recommend and spearhead special projects such as small grant programs, learning events, and other projects as needed to improve library services to diverse populations
  • Offer skills training in a variety of formats:  One on one, in group settings, and online to improve library staff skills in providing inclusive services
  • Conduct an annual Exchange bringing together library staff interested in inclusive services
  • Investigate and recommend improvements to State Library and public library facilities to improve accessibility for all users and ensure ADA compliance
  • Investigate and recommend equipment and devices best suited to providing an inclusive response to the needs of the community
  • Investigate and recommend programs, services and resources to meet the needs of South Carolina’s diverse audiences, including sensitivity and awareness training for library staff
  • Assist other Library Development staff with projects as needed, providing an appropriate perspective on serving diverse populations through new and improved services and programs

Minimum Requirement and Additional Requirements:

MLIS from an ALA-accredited college or university; three years experience with designing and implementing inclusive services in a library or comparable setting.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Familiarity with public library audiences, services, facilities, general trends and current issues.
  • Familiarity with a wide variety of conditions that limit access to library resources, including intellectual, emotional, physical and learning disabilities.
  • Sensitivity to and interest in issues of age-related, cultural, social, racial, ethnic, and economic diversity.
  • Knowledge of adaptive devices and equipment and their intended use, as well as some familiarity with cost and maintenance considerations; must be able to compare features and recommend for specific library applications.
  • Ability to assess environments, program plans, and work processes for aspects in which accessibility and inclusion can be improved, and to recommend corrective measures and solutions.
  • Must possess empathy and interest in individual abilities and barriers, as well as thinking about the big picture of services in a public setting.
  • Skill in training in a variety of formats on topics related to disability issues including sensitivity and awareness.
  • Must be comfortable  and confident in discussing how to address issues of inclusivity and access in libraries.
  • Familiarity with ADA guidelines; ability to work with library staff to help them understand the laws and resources that affect people with disabilities.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Additional degree or training in disability services or closely related field; additional public library experience with ADA compliance, and/or special needs populations.
  • Program planning and project management skills.
  • Familiarity with social media tools and general public relations activities needed for program awareness.
  • Experience with outreach, program planning, and/or service provision to diverse populations.
  • Should enjoy making field visits, talking to library staff, and pursuing partnerships and other cooperative arrangements outside the agency.

Additional Comments:

Occasional day travel required; occasional overnight travel expected.


Complete the State application to include all current and previous work/salary history and education. A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed in lieu of a completed state application to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position. Include a cover letter, resume and three professional references; reference and background check will be conducted.


Find a full position description and instructions for applying on the SC Library Jobs List:  http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/jobs/equity-inclusion-consultant


Agency Hiring Range:    $38,703 – $55,155

Job Type:                             FTE- Full Time

Work Schedule:                               Monday-Friday (8:30 – 5:00)

Company Info:                  South Carolina State Library

1500 Senate Street

Columbia, SC 29201

Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov


Agency Specific Application Procedures:  All applications must be submitted online at www.jobs.sc.gov

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Statewide Initiatives Coordinator: South Carolina State Library

Statewide Initiatives Coordinator, South Carolina State Library

 Location:  Columbia, South Carolina

Job Description:

The Statewide Initiatives Coordinator plans, creates, implements and evaluates programs and special services for statewide literacy and literary initiatives to increase awareness about and encourage participation in these efforts.

To increase cultural literacy in South Carolina broadly in the literary arts by working with libraries and organizations to increase literary programs in the state. Support the work of the South Carolina Center for the Book, an affiliate of the Library of Congress Center for the Book, which includes the promotion of SC’s literary heritage and bring public attention to the importance of books, writers and reading. Support Literacy 2030: a statewide endeavor committed to increasing literacy rates in the state by 2030 through coordinated efforts including programs, projects, communication pieces, and committee work. Provides assistance in the establishment of new programs or the modification of existing programs. Maintains up-to-date knowledge of the status of programs. Reviews, evaluates and reports on assigned programs. Provides technical assistance and general support for program areas to staff, management, the public and other partners. Identifies opportunities for grant funding or partnerships to highlight a program.

Minimum Requirement and Additional Requirements:

A bachelor’s degree in Education, English, Communications, or related field.

Knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures relevant to the area of employment. Ability to exercise judgment and discretion. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to interpret and apply laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Ability to communicate effectively including demonstrate excellent public speaking skills. Knowledge of grammar, composition and style. Knowledge of the methods and techniques used in planning, composing and editing publications. Ability to gather, organize and present oral and written information in a clear, concise and accurate manner. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with organizations and the general public.

Preferred Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Library Science, Education, English, Communications, or related field and relevant experience. Program planning, grant implementation and data collection/evaluation skills a plus.

Additional Comments:

Work occurs in a typical office environment and is primarily sedentary.  Some travel is required.

Complete the State application to include all current and previous work/salary history and education. A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed in lieu of a completed state application to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.  Include a cover letter, resume and three professional references; reference and background check will be conducted.


Find a full position description and instructions for applying on the SC Library Jobs List:  http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/jobs/statewide-initiatives-coordinator

Agency Hiring Range:    $31,805 – $45,326

Job Type:                             FTE- Full Time

Work Schedule:                               Monday-Friday (8:30 – 5:00)

Company Info:                  South Carolina State Library

1500 Senate Street

Columbia, SC 29201

Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov


Agency Specific Application Procedures:  All applications must be submitted online at www.jobs.sc.gov

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Grants Administrator: South Carolina State Library

Grants Administrator

South Carolina State Library

Location:  Columbia, South Carolina

Job Description:

The Grants Administrator coordinates all aspects of the subgrant program for public libraries issuing from the federal Library Service and Technology Act (LSTA) grant program, and serves as the Agency’s contact point for all general questions and communication regarding LSTA activities.   This position also investigates other arenas for potential library funding, working with the Library Development team to improve skills and strategies pursuant to additional support for the State Library’s programs and for the South Carolina public library community.

 Job Responsibilities:

  • Coordinates and promotes LSTA program subgrants for public libraries.
  • Assists LSTA subgrant applicants with guidance and training in various formats for preparing grant requests and complying with grant requirements.
  • Reviews LSTA funding recommendations and implements fiscal procedures consistent with the regulations and goals of the grant program.
  • Serves as liaison between funding agencies and State Library administrators; serves as point of information for Agency staff regarding all aspects of LSTA or other granting agency (except higher-level budget discussion and decisions).
  • Informs and trains library personnel statewide as needed in order to promote LSTA funding opportunities and make it possible for libraries to compete successfully for funding.
  • Oversees the subgrant selection and award process with attention to LSTA and State goals and priorities; monitors the distribution of subgrants and reimbursements to grantees; reports and evaluates the use of grant funds.
  • Maintains files and records; monitors and improves subgrant documents, guidelines and procedures, and website/libguide content for the information of grant applicants.
  • Identifies potential sources of federal, state, local, and other funds to support the objectives of the agency.
  • Researches alternative funding sources for public libraries, including grants, foundations, and other funds; works with Library Development colleagues to provide learning opportunities in this area for public library directors, Trustees, and advocacy groups.
  • Work with the Library Development Director to develop the LSTA Five Year Plan evaluation and planning process.

Minimum Requirement and Additional Requirements:

A bachelor’s degree and grants administration experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Masters’ degree from an ALA accredited college or university in library science, finance, business or a related field.
  • Knowledge of the principles and procedures involved in obtaining grant funds from various federal, state and local sources.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of public and business administration.
  • Knowledge of government accounting and budgeting practices.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with grant recipients and with federal, state and local agencies.
  • Ability to identify and investigate potential alternative sources of funds such as foundations, donation programs, and other kinds of support for libraries.
  • Prior experience with LSTA program grants in a public library setting preferred.

Additional Comments:

Candidate should have excellent writing, math and interpersonal skills. Should be knowledgeable about  public library issues and the status of libraries in South Carolina.  Candidate should be able and willing to maintain an orderly, well-documented, responsive and schedule-conscious grants operation.

Complete the State application to include all current and previous work/salary history and education. A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed in lieu of a completed state application to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.  Include a cover letter, resume and three professional references; reference and background check will be conducted.


Find a full position description and instructions for applying on the SC Library Jobs List:  http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/jobs/grants-administrator-0


Agency Hiring Range:    $38,703 – $55,155

Job Type:                             FTE- Full Time

Work Schedule:                               Monday-Friday (8:30 – 5:00)

Company Info:                  South Carolina State Library

1500 Senate Street

Columbia, SC 29201

Website: http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov


Agency Specific Application Procedures:  All applications must be submitted online at www.jobs.sc.gov

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Assistant Librarian: Niels Bohr Library & Archives

Job Description:

The Niels Bohr Library & Archives, a special collection in the history of modern physics, astronomy, and allied sciences at the American Institute of Physics, seeks an Assistant Librarian to be responsible for administering the print holdings and overseeing the daily operations of the Library.  Duties include acquisitions, cataloging, preservation, database maintenance, providing reference services, overseeing digitization and other related activities. The successful candidate will work to improve access to the book and journal collections, supervise part-time assistants and student interns, and assist in the daily operations of the Niels Bohr Library as needed.


MLS degree (ALA approved) and a minimum of two years of professional experience are required.  Experience/familiarity with library automation, cataloging standards, conservation, and digital formats are preferred.  Must be able to lift 40-pound boxes of library materials. Knowledge of science is not required.


If you are qualified for this position, please send your resume with cover letter to AIP Human Resources at aiphr@aip.org.   Job Descriotion.



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Business/Instruction​al Librarian, Salisbury University (Salisbury, Maryland)

Salisbury University, located on Maryland’s beautiful Eastern Shore, is seeking a creative, dynamic, and collaborative applicant to join the staff of the SU Libraries as Business/Instructional Librarian.

Primary Job Duties: Serve as the librarian liaison to the academic departments in the Perdue School of Business.  The librarian will be responsible for instruction, collection development, and other support for the liaison departments’ teaching and research-related information needs.  Creative and effective instruction is especially important.  Participate in providing face-to-face and electronic reference services, including some evening and weekend hours.  Cooperate with other librarians in library-wide instructional activities, such as developing activities for and teaching sessions of freshman English classes.  Serve on committees and task forces and be active professionally. 

Minimum Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited institution or equivalent degree from a foreign institution at the time of appointment.  Related experience working in academic libraries.  Demonstrated knowledge of principles and best practices in information literacy instruction.  Demonstrated knowledge of business reference sources and best practices in reference services and information literacy.

Preferred qualifications: Undergraduate or graduate degree in business.  Reference and instruction experience specifically in business in an academic library or experience in a public library business resource center.  Excellent presentation and communication skills.

Applications will be accepted via Salisbury University’s Online Employment Application System. Please visit our website to apply online.  See the FAQs of the Online Employment Application System for more information and instructions.

To be considered an applicant, you must apply online and submit the following: a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of at least three professional references. If you have any questions about the position, please contact the search chair, Angeline Prichard at arprichard@salisbury.edu.

Applications submitted by July 25, 2016 will receive first consideration.  The position will remain open until filled. This is a library faculty position on a permanent status track with excellent benefits.  Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Appointment will be contingent upon verification of eligibility to work in the U.S. and is expected to begin by November 1, 2016 or as soon thereafter as possible. 

This position is based in Salisbury, MD.  Salisbury University is a member of the University System of Maryland.  It is a regionally accredited four-year comprehensive institution offering 58 distinct graduate and undergraduate programs. Founded in 1925, Salisbury University features a beautiful campus close to ocean beaches and the Chesapeake Bay and 2-3 hours from the metropolitan areas of Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Norfolk.  SU is consistently ranked among the nation’s top colleges and ‘best values’ by U.S. News and World Report, The Princeton Review, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and other publications.  SU has 416 full-time faculty members serving a student population of approximately 8700.

The Salisbury University Libraries comprise the main campus library and the Nabb Center for Delmarva History and Culture, located in the state-of-the art Guerrieri Academic Commons, which opens this summer, as well as the Curriculum Resource Center. The SU Libraries are user-oriented, with relatively small collections but a dynamic staff with a deep commitment to meeting the information needs of our students and faculty.

Salisbury University (SU) has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and equal employment opportunities to all qualified people. To that end, the University prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or other legally protected characteristics. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to: Humberto Aristizabal, Associate Vice President, Institutional Equity, Title IX Coordinator, 100 Holloway Hall; Tel. (410) 548-3508.

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Systems Manager Librarian / Georgetown University’s Dahlgren Memorial Library

Systems Manager Librarian / Dahlgren Memorial Library

Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC


Dahlgren Memorial Library [DML] is the health sciences library at Georgetown University Medical Center [GUMC], Washington D.C.

DML works proactively with a broad range of faculty, staff, students, clinicians and administrators to be fully integrated into the teaching, research and clinical activities of GUMC, leveraging a highly skilled team of librarians and other professionals engaged with innovative technology in the provision of user-focused services and resources.  Georgetown is an RUVH / Carnegie 1 research institution, with 80% of the research originating at GUMC. Georgetown University School of Medicine [GUSoM] in particular is a research-intense environment. DML was highlighted as a strength in the 2011 LCME review and DML is well-supported in terms of 21st Century resources and tools [nearly 100% e-only] to do the job. DML staff members are encouraged to “color outside the lines” and participate in activities across the spectrum.  This is a rare opportunity to be part of a dynamic, highly engaged team.


Systems Manager/Librarian – Dahlgren Memorial Library 

Reporting to the Associate Director for Resources and Access Management, the Systems Manager / Librarian is the in-house expert for all aspects of the DML integrated library system [ILS] and OpenAthens identity management/security access system in support of the research, education and patient care missions of DML and GUMC.

Duties include but are not limited to: 

·       Providing day-to-day management of the DML ILS; serving as primary liaison with product partners CyberTools and the GU University Information Services teams.

·       Maintaining constant, on-going interoperability between ILS and other systems [3M, OCLC, etc.]

·       Coordinating immediate investigation of and response to matters of authentication & access to DML e-resources [6,000+ journals; 3,000+ e-books; 119 databases; 22 e-point of care tools]

·       Trouble-shooting systems, hardware & software issues, client upgrades & migrations

·       Obtaining routine & special need/pop-up analytical reports for use by DML senior management & external parties within GUMC

·       Exploring new library technologies & making recommendations for further investigation and potential acquisition in a technology-rich environment

·       Providing reference & research support services, via in-person one-on-one & group sessions and classes; by phone, by email and via virtual chat sessions

·       Serving on various library and GUMC committees, teams, and task forces and participating in the DML library liaison program.


 ·       Master’s degree is required, in library or information sciences from an ALA accredited library/information school.

·       Five or more years of directly relevant experience performing management of library systems and support for library systems integration, preferably in a health sciences library environment.

·       Recent MLS graduates with prior systems experience are welcome to apply.

·       Experience supporting academic health science needs, especially regarding electronic biomedical information resources, including searching MedLINE and other databases; familiarity with electronically provided Point-of-Care diagnostic and treatment tools and apps is strongly desired.

·       Experience successfully working in a team environment with faculty, students, clinicians and staff. Strong service ethic an absolute.

·       Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are necessary. Analytical skills including independent problem solving, critical thinking and time management skills are very important.

·       Knowledge of / experience with API, Drupal, EMR and Systematic Reviews processes is desired.

·       AHIP [Academy of Health Information Professionals] certification preferred but not required; expected to pursue accreditation once hired.


Salary based on qualifications and experience. Relocation assistance is available; competitive benefits package includes generous personal leave package.


Applicants are encouraged to apply online.

Georgetown University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer (007)


Send letter of application, resume/CV, and the names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 professional references to Administrative Office, Dahlgren Memorial Library, Preclinical Science Building, GM-7, 3900 Reservoir Road NW, Box 571420, Washington DC 20057-1420; emailbsh26@georgetown.edu; fax, 202.687.1862 attention Mr Brandon Hudson.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Preliminary phone interviews will result in 2-5 candidates invited for on-site interviews until the position is filled, with a projected start date of Fall 2016.

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Research Services Librarian – Georgetown University Law Library

Research Services Librarian – Georgetown University Law Library

Georgetown University Law Library is seeking applications for a Research Services Librarian position, based in the Williams Law Library.

Located in the nation’s capital and within walking distance of the U.S. Congress and the Supreme Court, Georgetown University Law Center is known for the quality of scholarship, the teaching of its faculty, which is among the largest in the nation, and for its exceptionally talented and diverse student body.

The Law Library consists of the Edward Bennett Williams Law Library and the John Wolff International and Comparative Law Library. Focused on service excellence and innovation, it is among the largest academic law libraries.

Under the direct supervision of the Head of Library Research Services, this position participates in the planning, development, implementation and administration of the library’s research services which support the research needs of the law center, focusing on the individual scholarly and educational pursuits of the law faculty, administration and student body.

In this capacity, the Research Services Librarian participates in managing and training of the Research Services Student Assistants. The Research Services Librarian also participates in the general functioning of the Patron Services Section, including such duties as participating in the reference desk rotation, holding individual research consultations with patrons, and participating in the faculty liaison program. 


M.L.S. or equivalent degree from an ALA-accredited library school; one to three years of professional library experience; some reference experience; knowledge of legal systems and resources; excellent oral and written communication skills. 


J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school or significant law library experience.

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

To apply for this position, please submit applications via the Georgetown University Human Resources Joblist web site using Job Number 20160201. Address applications to Joseph W. Thomas, Deputy Director, and include a cover letter, a current resume, and the names and contact information for three references.


Georgetown University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

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Archivist, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

This position is located in the Gallery Archives at the National Gallery of Art. The position is responsible for providing specialized reference services and in developing systems for preservation management of electronic images and objects. The incumbent is also responsible for providing records guidance, for appraising records, for identifying, preserving, and organizing historical records and advising on policies for archival management of digital images.

The incumbent:

1.  Implements policies for ingest, preservation and use of digital records and management of the Gallery’s digital archival repository based on best archival practice and published standards. Prepares complex descriptions of Gallery records and interprets institutional history for various audiences via electronic and traditional systems.
2.  Controls all records transfers to the Gallery Archives and provides technical aid and instruction.
3.  Appraises records for permanent evidential or information values and manages acquisition activities.
4.  Works with on-site researchers and coordinates responses to complex written reference inquiries.
5.  Develops policies and procedures for organizing the most complex groups of archival documents; develops written documentation; and instructs other staff concerning correct procedures.
6.  Maintains liaison with offices creating digital documents and images, performs all steps for receiving and preserving electronic documents, and recommends new systems and policies.

The National Gallery of Art is located on the national Mall in Washington, D.C. The museum mission is to serve the United States of America in a national role by preserving, collecting, exhibiting, and fostering the understanding of works of art at the highest possible museum and scholarly standards. The Gallery Archives is responsible for long-term care of the museum’s historical records in every physical form including digital files and photographs, architectural records and media.

To apply for this position or for more information, please visit:

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Part time Invasive Species Data Scientist (Student or Recent Graduate) Contractor


Invasive Species Data Scientist (Student or Recent Graduate Contractor)


U.S. Geological Survey

Job Description

Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation (BISON) holds more than 260 million mapped and dated occurrence records for nearly every species of plant and animal in the US and its territories, and BISON scientists are seeking assistance in tagging appropriate data occurrences as non-native. Part time hourly student help is needed to review and compile three non-native species lists (for Alaska, Hawaii, and the Lower48) by searching the literature for authoritative sources that assert species’ non-native status. The end product will be a master species list for the three regions, referring back to hundreds of authoritative sources and including complete references for those sources, plus the species’ status in each region. The successful applicant will assist biodiversity information specialists to review and add to an existing composite taxonomic species list of 10,000+ names. Additional tasks may be assigned. Publication of results is expected and encouraged.


Required expertise/skills:

Completion of at least a Batchelor’s degree in appropriately related field in life sciences and/or library science. The applicant must be a current student or a recent graduate (up to 1 year). The applicant must be highly proficient and experienced in Web- and library-based searches for authoritative biological species lists; must have basic biological and data management knowledge; must pay meticulous attention to detail and have the ability to work well independently; must have experience with Microsoft Excel and the ability to perform lookups and cull duplicate names from the list; must have knowledge and use of metadata and an understanding of the difference between primary and secondary references.


Desired expertise/skills:

Database expertise, programming expertise, taxonomic expertise, and/or invasive species science expertise would be helpful.

Available Openings



Flexible but completion of the bulk of the work (at least 75%) is expected within the first half of the contract period.

Time Frame

Part Time: August 2, 2016 – August 1, 2017, not to exceed 1,375 hours. The exact duration of the contract depends on student experience, project needs, and funding availability.

Hourly Rate

Compensation is commensurate with the level of education and experience, approximately as follows:


$18.18-$22.51 per hour for student who has completed BA/BS

$33.32 per hour for student who has completed MA/MS


Student is responsible for all costs of transportation to and from the principal duty station location. The Government does not provide housing, meals or other living expenses while working at the principal duty station. Travel away from the duty station(s) is not expected.



Core Science Analytics, Synthesis, and Libraries Program

U.S. Geological Survey National Headquarters

12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Second Floor, MS 302

Reston, VA 20192


Any university or telework-approved home office within the greater Washington, DC, metropolitan area. Depending on the successful applicant’s distance from the primary duty location, working off site may be allowed once training is completed.

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter explaining how your experience, interests, and/or training best meets the requirements of the job, curriculum vitae & evidence of highest degree to annie_simpson@usgs.gov by Noon US Eastern Time, July 5th, 2016.

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Pathways Position at the Defense Technical Information Center

Currently, the Defense Technical Information Center has an opening for
recent college graduates (to include those who are within 9 months of
graduation).  The announcement period is June 20, 2016 through June 27,
2016.  These opening is part of the federal government’s Pathways Program.

For more information about the Pathways Recent Graduate Librarian position,

For more information about the Defense Technical Information Center
For more information about the Pathways Program
For a video on the Pathways Program
Carol E. Jacobson
Chief, Customer Support Division
User Services Directorate
Defense Technical Information Center
8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite 0944
Fort Belvoir, VA  22060-6218
DSN:  427-9167

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