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Monthly Archives: March 2018
On Thursday, March 15, Dr. Chancellor’s Oral History class presented their semester-long project in collaboration with the Armed Forces Retirement Home in DC, to the Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region conference. For more, see the Friends of the Soldiers Home … Continue reading
LAC Federal, an LAC Group company, is seeking Library Technicians for a project with a major Federal library in Washington DC. The library technicians will work in a high-volume production environment working with catalog records. The candidates must have strong computer … Continue reading
LAC Federal is seeking an Alternate Program Manager to work at a major Federal library in Washington, DC. RESPONSIBILITIES Overseeing library technicians and catalogers in a high volume production environment working with catalog records under the direction of a Program Manager. QUALIFICATIONS MLS … Continue reading
The Library Data Strategy & Services (LDSS) section is seeking a quick-learning, collaborative self-starter who thrives on the following: – Applying creativity and technical skill to analyzing, manipulating, enhancing, and transforming metadata at scale – Spotting and reconciling errors and … Continue reading
POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Announcement No.: 18-04 Open Date: 03-15-2018 Closing Date: 04-02-2018 Position Title/Series/Grade: Technical Information Specialist (Metadata, Law Library), GS-1412-9/11 Salary Range: GS-9 – $56,233 – $73,105 GS-11 – $68,036 – $88,450 Location: Office of the Clerk Library Section … Continue reading
DUTIES: This position is located in the library of the United States Tax Court and reports directly to the Supervisory Librarian. The incumbent supports Judicial and Court personnel by providing a variety of technical and data management services specifically related … Continue reading
Summary/Objective The Electronic Resources Specialist works independently within the Electronic Resources Management unit to provide support for discoverability and access for all of the library’s electronic resources, including journals, databases, e-books, and aggregator collections via the library’s Electronic Resources Management … Continue reading
The Smithsonian Libraries has just opened an exciting paid internship opportunity for Fall of 2018 that is perfect for an emerging book or paper conservator. Please feel free to share! The Smithsonian Libraries is offering two four-month paid internships for … Continue reading
Location: Washington, DC About Carnegie Institute for Science Andrew Carnegie founded the Carnegie Institution of Washington (“Carnegie”) in 1902 as an organization for scientific discovery. His intention was for the institution to be home to exceptional individuals—men and women with imagination … Continue reading