FW: Employment opportunity -- David Christopher Stephen Clark 19 Jan 2005 19:50 UTC
Stephen Clark Acquisitions Librarian College of William & Mary Earl Gregg Swem Library Acquisitions Department P.O. Box 8794 Williamsburg, VA 23187-8794 voice: 757.221.3107 fax: 757.221.3645 email: email@example.com -----Original Message----- From: David Christopher [mailto:DCHRISTOPHER@CRS.LOC.GOV] Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 2:39 PM Subject: Employment opportunity **This announcement is being sent to several lists. Please excuse any duplications** SUPERVISORY LIBRARIAN (American Law Research) Congressional Research Service, Washington DC Do not miss this exciting opportunity to join the Knowledge Services Group (KSG) of The Congressional Research Services (CRS). This newly created division is seeking an innovative candidate with management and legal research experience for the position of Supervisory Librarian to head its American Law Consulting Section. This unit works closely with the CRS American Law Division, which responds to congressional requests for legal analysis and information involving federal and state statutory and case law. KSG information professionals advise and inform US Congress and CRS analytical staff by providing expert on-demand information research, information products and resources, product updating, information resource management, briefings and seminars, consultations on research methodologies, and customized training on information research and resources for individuals and groups. The Supervisory Librarian will lead and inspire staff to accomplish the work of the section; anticipate and identify the changing needs of Congress; use authoritative resources and professional contacts with expertise in the field; collaborate with other CRS managers; and develop information products and services to meet the needs of congressional clients and CRS research divisions. The ideal candidate should have management expertise, training and marketing skills, and expertise in reviewing legal research, including writing. The individual should also possess knowledge of information resources, library science principles and legal analysis to respond to the range of questions that may emerge from the legislative and representational needs of Members of Congress or inquiries arising out of federal, state, and/or international law. Prior employment in a high-energy, team-oriented library environment is also desirable. The position is being offered at the GS-15 level ($103,947-$135,136). To apply online (preferred), visit http://www.loc.gov/crsinfo or call 202.707.5627 to request an applicant job kit. Please refer to vacancy 050003 in all correspondence. Applications must be received by February 16, 2005. Located within the Library of Congress, CRS is the public policy research arm of the United States Congress and is fully committed to workforce diversity.