Library Associate – Oxon Hill Branch Library – Oxon Hill, MD

Do you enjoy helping your community? Do you want to put your education and excellent customer service and computer skills to good use? Why not work for our Library System? We offer a comprehensive benefit package to all salaried staff – even part-time workers (20 and 30 hours a week). And we offer exceptional training opportunities for staff throughout their entire career with the Library. Continue reading

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Paid News Library internship – Education Week – Bethesda, MD

Editorial Projects in Education, publisher of Education Week, has an opening for a news library intern to work in the EPE library.
This is a position that involves 20-40 hours per week and pays $12.00/hour. The internship will begin as soon as possible.

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Government Documents / Catalog Librarian – United States Senate Library – Washington, DC

DEPARTMENT:                                    Senate Library

SALARY RANGE:                                  $63,022 – $97,684

CONTACT:                                           Applications for the position must be submitted online; see the link below.  Continue reading

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Project Archivist – George Washington’s Mt. Vernon – Mt. Vernon, VA

The Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon seeks an experienced Project Archivist to develop and implement an archival processing plan for the administrative papers and records of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association (MVLA). Continue reading

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Archives Graduate Assistant – University of Maryland – Baltimore, MD

Under the general supervision of the Special Collections Archivist assists, with the development and implementation of a workflow to create Encoded Archival Description (EAD-XML) compliant records and MARC compliant bibliographic records for archival collections from existing data. Continue reading

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Kinney and Kent, ALA Class of 2015 Emerging Leaders

On Tuesday, November 18, 2014, ALA announced its Class of 2015 Emerging Leaders (EL). Out of 50 individuals selected for the program, CUA has a total of two (former and recent) students on the list: Anita Kinney and Angela Kent.

Anita Kinney, a current MSLIS candidate and Angela Kent, a recent (2014) MSLIS graduate were chosen for EL by various ALA selection committees. Ms. Kinney and Ms Kent, will participate in ALA Midwinter 2015 in Chicago and ALA Annual 2015 in San Francisco. Their duties will include “orientation and training” at the Midwinter conference, followed by six months of “online learning and networking”, that leads to a poster session at ALA Annual. They may also receive an opportunity to “serve on an ALA, division, chapter, round table, or affiliate committee or workgroup upon completion.”

“The program is designed to enable library staff and information workers to participate in project planning workgroups, network with peers, gain an inside look into ALA structure and have an opportunity to serve the profession in a leadership capacity early in their careers.” It has been “very successful,” according ALA Past-President and program facilitator and subcommittee co-chair, Maureen Sullivan because it has “enabled a number of very talented new professionals to assume leadership positions in ALA at earlier career stage.”

Congratulations to the two of them, and a pat on our back for honing such remarkable information professionals.

To read more about the EL program and get a list of all 50 EL winners, visit here:


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Kelly Navies’ work featured in Washington Post Article

Kelly Navies, a CUA Library and Information Science graduate student, is now working as a special collections librarian at the DC Public Library. In the fall of 2013 she won a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to fund her oral history project on Washington’s U Street corridor in the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s when it was known as “Black Broadway” and was home to a nationally important cultural scene.  Her project “It Don’t Mean A Thing, If It Aint Got That Swing: U Street Memories from Duke Ellington to Marvin Gaye,” was recently featured in a Washington Post Article, The voices of U Street’s ‘Black Broadway’ days are fading. Time to hit record.

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Librarian – International Monetary Fund – Washington, DC

As part of the Library Operations Team of the Joint Bank-Fund Library, the cataloging and indexing librarian is responsible for metadata-related issues across the library network. Continue reading

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Security Analyst – Catholic University – Washington, DC


Security Analyst (full-time, 35 hours/week). Applications close 11.21.14 Technology Services 101446 Position Summary: Technology Services serves the University by providing access to high quality, state-of-the-art, computing, communications and information resources through the Internet, local and wide area networks, databases and libraries, and by supporting the management information needs of the University. Continue reading

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Assistant Librarian for Technology and Collections Management – Supreme Court of the U.S. – Washington, DC

Job Title:Assistant Librarian for Technology and Collections Management

Department:Judicial Branch

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