Four Librarian Positions – Washington, D.C. and Northern VA

Job Title: Librarian (Acquisitions)
Department: Department of Defense
Agency: National Defense University
Salary Range: $77,490.00 to $100,736.00 / Per Year
Open Period: Monday, February 8, 2016 to Sunday, February 28, 2016
Duty Locations: Fort McNair, DC

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:


Serve as the procurement officer for all supplies and services for two academic libraries at the National Defense University (NDU).
Serve as the NDU Libraries staff training officer to facilitate registration and payment of staff professional development requirements.
Monitor expenditures, maintains spending and budget records, and assists with budget preparation.
Oversee procurement of library books, subscriptions, copyright, electronic content, service and support contracts, maintenance agreements, and library technology.
Serve as a library liaison with numerous internal and external points of contact.
Develops policies and procedures for the various complex activities inherent in the acquisitions process and establishes short and long-term goals and objectives for acquisitions.
Analyzes, evaluates, and establishes the most effective procurement methods for acquiring library materials to include books, periodicals, manuscripts, research databases and electronic resources.

Position: Metadata Librarian
Location: The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – Washington, D.C.
Salary: $47,900.00 – $50,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Metadata Librarian


The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Research Center seeks a dynamic, energetic, knowledgeable and self-motivated librarian to specialize in the creation, analysis and maintenance of metadata. Incumbent will employ independent, critical thinking, embrace change and seek out new opportunities for innovation and improvement to arrive at new solutions to both new and traditional information management challenges. The Metadata Librarian is responsible for collecting, preserving, and presenting digital information in all formats, crating and applying metadata schemas and indexing to institutional data repositories, bibliographic and archival databases and collections. This includes metadata application, creating and applying controlled vocabularies, authority and quality control, and other duties associated with the creation and maintenance of item- and collection-level data for a variety of print and digital content and materials. This position requires a firm and broad conceptual understanding of metadata principles and the ability to apply and adapt them to existing and emerging media in a variety of encoding formats. Incumbent will be current with the community of practice for metadata and discovery and play a leading role in developing and implementing metadata strategies for the organization. This position will also provide leadership for data services and resource discovery through the application of metadata and intellectual access activities. In addition, the Metadata Librarian will participate in the management of e-resources and assist with the expansion of online collections and new digital initiatives. Success in this position will require a dedication to content quality assurance to foster discovery, especially through capitalizing on the advantages offered by new technologies. The position reports to the Manager, Research Center.

Position: Library Director
Location: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution – Washington, D.C.
Salary: $65,000.00 – $83,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Library Director


The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) is seeking an experienced and dynamic Library Director to lead and oversee its Library.

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is a leading nonprofit membership organization, located in Washington, D.C. and is chartered by Congress with over 180,000 current members. Founded in 1890, its mission is to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism. It includes the DAR Library, one of the nation’s premier genealogical research centers and is ranked as one of the most important national institutions based on the uniqueness of sources. Many thousands of volumes of genealogical compilations, record abstracts, and other materials such as family histories, cemetery record transcriptions, and Bible records are available only at the DAR Library.

The Library Director reports to the Headquarters Administrator and serves as the head of the Library with responsibility for setting strategic direction as well as overseeing day-to-day operations, including the planning, preparation and implementation of policies, projects and programs, to meet the Library’s broader purpose and to enhance the value and accessibility of the Library to all users.

The Director will be responsible for developing a comprehensive plan that employs best practices, appropriate technology, and coordinated efforts to attract greater personal and virtual visitation to the Library and its Seimes Technology Center. The Library Director manages a team of eleven individuals.

Position: Adult Services Manager

Location: Alexandria Public Library – Alexandria, VA
Salary: $71,810.00 – $115,383.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Adult Services Manager


The Alexandria Library is looking for an enthusiastic individual to lead its Adult Services team. The ideal candidate will have exceptional customer service skills and the desire to contribute to a busy, main library. Under the direction of the Central Library Manager, this position is responsible for supervising the activities of the Adult Services Department, including overseeing system wide Interlibrary and Sunday service, training and evaluating personnel, developing technology initiatives, planning programs, collection development and a variety of duties that require a thorough knowledge of adult services.

Multiple Library Positions – Maryland

Job Title: Librarian
Department: Department Of Agriculture
Agency: Agricultural Research Service
Salary Range: $53,435.00 to $84,044.00 / Per Year
Open Period: Thursday, February 4, 2016 to Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Duty Locations: Beltsville, MD

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:


The mission of the Acquisitions and Metadata Branch is to procure digital and physical items and services; receive and process library materials, claim missing items; provide bibliographic access to physical and digital collections by creating and maintaining appropriate metadata; administer the software underlying the acquisitions, cataloging, and inventory functions; acquire, create, transform, and manage citation metadata for journal articles; and provide quality control of metadata housed in a variety of data management systems.

The primary purpose of this position is to provide users timely access to agricultural and biological sciences literature by providing accurate description and subject analysis of said literature both at the article and title level by resolving indexing, cataloging, classification, and processing problems.

This position is located in the Agricultural Research Service, National Agricultural Library, Acquisitions and Metadata Branch in Beltsville, Maryland.

Alexis Averette
Phone: (703)995-9692
Fax: 000-000-0000
TDD: 202-855-1234

Position: Librarian III, Electronic Resources
Location: Prince George’s County Memorial Library System, Largo, MD
Salary: $51,000.00 – $56,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Librarian III, Electronic Resources


PGCMLS is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and organized professional to serve as Librarian III, Electronic Resources. Under the direction of the Chief of Materials Management, the successful applicant will manage the selection and oversee electronic resources that enhance the library’s collection. Let your project management experience shine with us! We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including credit for time spent at other public libraries when calculating annual leave accrual and sick leave transfer, under certain circumstances. And we offer exceptional training opportunities for staff throughout their entire career with the Library.

Location: 9601 Capital Lane, Largo, MD

To Apply: Submit application, cover letter, resume and professional references online at

Closing Date: Priority consideration given to applications received by 4pm on Monday, February 22, 2016

Examples of Duties: Responsibilities include evaluating and recommending electronic resources, including online databases, eBooks, eAudio, eMusic, emagazines, and streaming video for the library collection; overseeing and managing library staff in supervisory line to include training and development and monitoring and evaluating job performance. Communicates with vendors, staff, and customers about collection needs and requests; participates in vendor license agreement negotiations with CMM; and monitors fiscal year budget expenditures of allocated funds for library electronic resources. Develops best practice standards for reporting usage of library electronic resources; collaborates with CMM to develop, implement and maintain an electronic resources collection development policy; and in cooperation with the Library’s Staff Development Coordinator, suggests and assists with training for staff in use of electronic resources. Acts as liaison for Materials Management to Digital Services Department. Keeps informed professional and community developments affecting the library field. Prepares correspondences and reports. Performs other duties or responsibilities that are related to the position.


Possession of a Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited program; three to four years of professional library experience; and three years of supervisory experience. Considerable knowledge of electronic resources, literature, reference and information materials, vendors, publishers, and periodicals required. Knowledge of public library reference tools, including web and database searching. Ability to gain thorough knowledge of Prince George’s County Memorial Library System’s practices, policies and procedures. Strong communication and customer service skills. Ability to work independently and with volunteers. Strong organization and problem solving skills. Ability to effectively supervise, including planning, scheduling, training and evaluating staff. Demonstrated ability to deal tactfully and efficiently with a diverse public, community organizations and staff. Ability to maintain records, develop reports in a clear and orderly manner and make succinct oral presentations. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to operate relevant computer systems including hardware and software, such as Microsoft Word, electronic databases, e-mail, and internet navigation in addition to other office equipment and security systems. Ability to exercise initiative and independent judgment. Work involves extensive standing; walking; reaching, stooping, bending, grasping and moving objects up to 20 pounds; and use of computer, telephone and other office equipment.

Necessary Special Requirement: Maryland Professional Public Librarian certificate; ability to secure certification as a Professional Public Librarian in the State of Maryland within six-months following appointment; ability to meet re-certification requirements by completing 90 hours of training every five (5) years.

Union Status: Included

Position: Multiple Positions
Location: Loyola Notre Dame Library, Baltimore, MD

Loyola Notre Dame Library has multiple positions open:

Acquisitions and Resource Management Librarian
Assessment and Usability Coordinator
Digital Services Coordinator
Online Learning and Instructional Design Librarian

Save the Date! LLAM LRI: Cybersecurity Conference

Friday April 8, 2016

SMC Building, University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB)
Ballrooms A &B (All programs except Programs on Track B) | Room 349 (Programs on Track B*)

Cybersecurity is an ongoing and complex issue affecting institutions at the local, state and national level, and Maryland is at the epicenter, being the home of the National Security Administration (NSA), the U.S. Cyber Command, and home to dozens of cybersecurity firms.  Millions of attempts to breach security occur daily to gain access to clinical, legal, financial and other systems. However, where are the fine lines being drawn between insuring data security and enabling access? And what about individual rights?

The Health and Human Services Library, which is home to the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Southeastern/Atlantic Region, is partnering with the Thurgood Marshall Law Library, the Law Librarians Association of Maryland (LLAM) and the Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) at the University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB) to explore these questions through a one-day Cybersecurity Symposium. This conference will bring together public and private sector organizations working to prevent or stop cybersecurity threats to discuss the legal, regulatory, and policy framework of cybersecurity.  The conversation will cover academic, government and private entities, as well as the preventative measures that individuals should take to guard their own online presence.

This event is made possible by a grant from the AALL/Bloomberg BNA Continuing Education Grants Program, and from funding by the UMB Health and Human Services Library, the UMB Center for Information Technology, the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Southeastern/Atlantic Region, and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).

Symposium Schedule:

10 AM ‐ 11:15 AM : Opening Keynote
Joe St Sauver, Ph.D., a scientist at a data driven security company, with previous work experience in higher education, and Interent2/InCommon, will provide an overview of the rapidly changing field of cybersecurity law, focusing on research data security.

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM : Morning Program A
Panel Discussion ‐ Maintaining Cybersecurity in Higher Education
How UMB Stakeholders preserve cybersecurity while maintaining an accessible, interactive learning environment.
Moderator: M.J. Tooey, Executive Director, Health Sciences and Human Services Library, UMB

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM :: Morning Program B*
Panel Discussion – Security in Government Information
Learn about the safeguards technology officers at federal and state government are establishing to protect the integrity and authenticity of materials maintained online.

12:15 AM – 12:30 PM : Pick up the lunch box

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM : Lunch Program:
Collaborative efforts to safeguard the UMB community’s infrastructure, data, and networks
Moderator: Peter Murray, CIO, UMB

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM : Afternoon Program A
National Security, Electronic Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment
Massive data collection practices by the government under the Fourth Amendment and their implications for libraries; Current legislative efforts potentially detrimental to library users’ privacy.
Speaker: Michael Greenberger, Professor of Law, UMB

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM : Afternoon Program B*
How to protect your social network data
How your information on social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn is gathered and used.
Speakers: Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law, and Chris Phillips, CITS, UMB.

2:30 PM – 2:45 PM : 15 Min. Break

2:40 PM ‐ 4 PM Closing Keynote
Alessandro Acquisti, Ph.D., a Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy at the Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) will discuss why online privacy matters in the face of heightened surveillance measures for cybersecurity.


Law Librarian (Law Firm) – Washington, D.C.

Position: Law Librarian
Location: K&L Gates – Washington, D.C.

Full vacancy announcement available at AALL Career Center:

The global law firm of K&L Gates LLP seeks a Law Librarian to reside in our Washington, DC Office. This position will be responsible for offering professional law library services to attorneys/staff and coordinating and/or performing ready reference and substantive research. Additional duties may include coordinating and/or conducting relevant instructional and outreach programs; participating in the development of law library policies and procedures; performing designated law library management duties in the absence of the director or associate director; assisting in the overall management of the firm’s law library through supervisory, administrative and project management assignments; performing other duties as assigned.

Responsibilities include:

Coordinates and performs library research services utilizing print and electronic resources in legal, business, and other disciplines.
Actively participates in appropriate library team efforts in furtherance of departmental goals.
Actively participates as practice group liaison to market library services and assess practice group research resource needs.
Coordinates and implements promotion of library services through user instruction, departmental presentations, development of pathfinders and other training materials for all levels of users.
Responsible for remaining current on technological applications and best practices relevant to the provision of sophisticated library services.
Assists the director and associate directors of library services in development of the law library’s short and long-range planning process and helps formulate its overall mission, goals, strategies, standards, budgets, and law library service plans.
Maintains a positive customer service attitude at all times.


The ideal candidate will have 3-4 years of law library professional experience with responsibilities for reference, research, educational outreach and promotion of library services.
Experience with securities and/or legislative related research would be ideal.
Demonstrated proficiency with standard legal and business print and online research services and basic PC office applications is required.
Candidates must have a Masters in Library & Information Science from an A.L.A.-accredited program with course work in law librarianship; a J.D. degree is a plus but not required.


The Firm is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the Firm that employment decisions shall be based on merit, qualifications and competence. Employment practices shall not be influenced or affected by virtue of a person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, military status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. This policy governs all aspects of employment including, without limitation, recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, promotion, assignment and dismissal. In addition, it is the Firm’s policy to provide an environment that is free of unlawful harassment of any kind including, without limitation, that which is sexual, racial, age-related, disability-related or ethnic background-related.

Two Law Library Positions – Washington, D.C.

Position: Law Librarian
Location: Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP – Washington, D.C.

Originally posted at the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Jobline:

SUMMARY: Under the general guidance of the Executive Director, this position is responsible for managing the operations of the library, offering professional law library services to attorneys/staff, and coordinating and/or performing ready reference and substantive research. Additional duties include coordinating and/or conducting relevant instructional and outreach programs; participating in the development of law library policies and procedures; and performing designated law library management duties. He or she will also assist in the overall management of the firm’s law library through supervisory, administrative, and project management assignments, as well as performing other duties as assigned. Specific duties include:

Managing the operations of the library, including monitoring budgets and allocating, organizing, and disseminating legal resources.
Conducting in-depth research in a wide range of areas, including the practice-specific areas of communications, energy and trademark law, business intelligence, public records, legislative history, and news/media.
Compiling RSS feeds that monitor clients, competitors, market trends, and regulatory issues.
Providing significant technical assistance in drafting legislation; engaging in legal research and assist in developing policy recommendations.
Monitoring legislative and policy developments; identifying and assist in developing strategy to advance legislative and regulatory agendas.
Monitoring and analyzing administrative and regulatory proposals from the FCC and other Federal agencies and commissions and preparing appropriate briefing materials.
Developing and maintaining broad knowledge of media, telecommunications, and/or technology issues, with special focus on federal policy, statutory analysis, and constitutional issues, including First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, and federalism issues.
Conducting periodic reviews of new and existing electronic resources with an eye toward improved service and research efficiencies.
Performing various cataloging procedures for all types of library resources.
Performing topical research for attorney blogs, newsletters, firm websites, and other media.
Producing competitive intelligence reports for the firm’s business development efforts.


MLS or equivalent advanced degree preferred
Significant legal research experience required
Minimum 5 years’ experience in library environment preferred
Demonstrated aptitude for research and analysis
Experience with a wide variety of electronic resources such as the Internet, Westlaw, and other standard law library applications.

Submit resumes to Attn: Human Resources, (no calls)

Position: Library Technician
Location: United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Library – Washington, D.C.
Grade & Salary: CPS 23 – 24 (Pay Range: $34,940 – $62,888)

Originally posted at the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Jobline:

POSITION OVERVIEW: The Library Technician is responsible for providing functional and administrative assistance to the library staff and patrons of the Federal Circuit Library. The Library Technician reports to the Circuit Librarian. This position is eligible for Federal benefits and leave.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs collection management duties with librarian guidance including the shelving and shifting of library materials, filing updates, and shelf-reading in the main library and satellite locations. Adds and removes materials to and from the collection.

Sorts and files legislative documents (electronic and in print), legal publications, and microfiche.

Maintains, updates, and organizes Library administrative correspondence and records utilizing computer applications such as e-mail (MS Outlook), word processing (MS Word), spreadsheets (MS Excel), the library content management system (Springshare Libguides), and the integrated library system (ILS) (SirsiDynix).

Conducts online searches using national bibliographic databases (OCLC), Library of Congress online catalog, local union lists, email and telephone to arrange for interlibrary loans.

Circulates library books and periodicals. Assists with the inter-library loan process; delivers and retrieves nearby loans.

(See job announcement for complete list).

QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will possess strong organization skills, the ability to follow detailed instructions and multitask, knowledge of computer operations and filing systems, strong interpersonal skills, flexibility, and the ability to work in a team environment.

Work is performed in an office setting and requires frequent walking, standing, bending, and carrying items up to 25 pounds.

(See announcement for additional qualifications and substitutions).

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Administrative experience gained within a judicial system, library, Federal agency or the legal field.


Please see the announcement at:

Application packages must include an Employment Application (Form AO-78 – Visit the court’s website at ). A cover letter is preferred.

You may email (preferred) in PDF, or mail your complete package to:

E-Mail to:

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Human Resources, Suite 410
717 Madison Place, NW
Washington, DC 20439
Attn: Library Technician CAFC-16-02

Two Library Positions – Northern Virginia

Job Title: Librarian – DE
Department: Department Of Commerce
Agency: Patent and Trademark Office
Salary Range: $77,490.00 to $119,794.00 / Per Year
Open Period: Monday, February 1, 2016 to Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Duty Locations: Alexandria, VA

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:


Serves as Reference Librarian and the primary contact to search and resolve complicated bibliographic citations using a variety of online and commercial databases. Handles reference requests by providing online searches of commercial and non-commercial resources, and internal databases, to deliver full-text articles, case summaries and opinions, abstracts, bibliographies, or bibliographic citations to OPIA attorneys. Provide circulation of materials to the staff, including overdue notices and recalls, as needed, and shelving of materials.
Organizes, plans, and schedules the work, adjusting plans and schedules as necessary, to accommodate changes in workload, priorities, etc.
Oversees OPIA requests to ensure same day turn around are being followed and timeframes are being met for completion and delivery.
Maintains records of all books that are borrowed and is responsible for overseeing the return of the materials on schedule.
S/he manages OPIA Executive Library technical services operations including collection development, acquisitions, maintaining subscriptions of print and online resources, cataloging, and processing of all library materials.
Incumbent participates in establishing program goals and priorities for the OPIA Knowledge Management Team; develops organizational policies and procedures; and plans and conducts analyses of current and future resource needs in achieving planned goals and objectives.
Monitors quality, develops plans for program improvements, and briefs management officials on program status; determines the usefulness of new technology for information services.
Designs and conducts specialized training programs and briefings; and identifies the need for, develops, and delivers training and informational presentations for OPIA attorneys.
S/he provides expert research and reference services to support the OPIA attorneys; provides in depth, highly specific information searches spanning a full range of information interchanges; provides expert technical assistance on automated approaches to research problems; and analyzes, evaluates, and prepares reports with recommendations on the results of research efforts.
Performs liaison with user groups of various databases, to which OPIA subscribes, establishes cooperative links with other libraries and information centers, and maintains contact with professional library organizations.
S/he serves as a member of advisory committees and panels in support of the Executive Library and other special projects.
Develops outreach and marketing plans and strategies in support of the overall mission of the OPIA Knowledge Management Team; develops news articles and publicity events to inform customers of available resources and services; evaluates the outreach program and determines strategies to meet anticipated needs; and develops and maintains effective contacts with library professionals and organizations in order to promote special programs
Develops, coordinates, and monitors the-on-going evolution of OLIADS/Documentum and other automation projects to maintain state-of-the-art capabilities for the knowledge management system.
S/he plans and implements technological applications to improve user access and promote efficient operations.

James Dunn
Phone: 571-270-0412
Fax: 000-000-0000

Position: Director of County Library
Location: Fairfax, VA
Salary: $111,411.00 – $185,685.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Director of County Library

The Director serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Fairfax County Public Library (FCPL) system. Subject to the policies, guidelines, and supervision of the Fairfax County Public Library Board of Trustees and under the administrative direction of the Deputy County Executive, the individual plans and directs the overall operation of the Fairfax County Public Library system, and provides results-oriented leadership to address emerging trends in a digital environment. Develops and implements the long-range strategic plans to fulfill the mission of the Library to secure success into the future and optimize support for learning within the library and the community. View a detailed profile of the position.
Additional duties include, but are not limited to:

Oversees allocation of resources and establishes controls for financial systems;

With staff, leads and manages strategic plans and changes;

Leads the implementation of appropriate technologies to enhance FCPL services;

Refines, implements, and communicates policies, processes, and procedures;

Provides fiscal oversight, including development and management of the budget; development of grant and other philanthropic funding streams; and provides vision and support for the fundraising efforts of the Friends of the Library and the Fairfax Library Foundation;

Ensures that programs, services and functions are designed and operated to deliver the best user experiences; launches initiatives to improve services and expand user base;

Markets and promotes the Library to galvanize support and involvement of the community in library services and programs;

Builds teams and coalitions between library staff, the Board of Supervisors, county agencies, Fairfax County Public School System, City of Fairfax, and other community organizations;

Ensures the Library’s resources are accessible through current technology.

Two Library Positions – Maryland

Job Title: Librarian (Communications) – ORS – DE
Department: Department Of Health And Human Services
Agency: National Institutes of Health
Salary Range: $64,650.00 to $119,794.00 / Per Year
Open Period: Friday, February 19, 2016 to Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Duty Locations: Montgomery County, MD

Originally posted at the ALA Joblist:

Communications Librarian


The NIH Library is pleased to announce an exciting employment opportunity for an exceptional candidate to serve as a Communications Librarian in the Information Architecture Branch (IAB). The NIH Library operates as the Division of Library Services (DLS) and is the focal point for the exchange of biomedical and scientific information vital to the support of the research activities conducted at the National Institutes of Health. DLS also provides information services and resources to several other agencies within the Department of Health & Human Services.

For more information about the NIH Library please visit:

The primary duty of the incumbent is to serve as a Communications Librarian, with responsibility for planning, implementing, and coordinating communications, marketing, and promotion functions for the NIH Library. Provide expertise and oversight for the communication of information regarding Library programs and services to various internal and external stakeholders and constituencies through traditional electronic, and social media vehicles as well as targeted outreach initiatives.


Completed one (1) full academic year of graduate study in library science in addition to completion of all work required for a bachelor’s degree. Additional educational requirements may apply, please refer to the USAJOBs posting for additional educational requirements. Official transcripts will be required before making final job offer.

How to Apply: The position will be posted for five (5) days on beginning February 19, 2016 and will be closed on February 23, 2016, applications will only be accepted during this time period. When applying have your resume, transcripts and other information ready for uploading


Job Title: Archives Technician
Agency: National Archives and Records Administration
SALARY RANGE:$39,311.00 to $51,102.00 / Per Year
DUTY LOCATIONS: Many vacancies in the following location(s): Washington DC and College Park, MD

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:


In this position, you will serve as an Archives Technician in Research Services, Archival Operations at either Archives I (Washington, DC) or Archives II (College Park, MD). These positions will be filled in multiple units within Research Services. These include: Research Room Operations, Special Media Division, Textual Records Division, Electronic Records Division, and Special Access/FOIA Staff.

Work schedules may vary: Research room positions will be filled with either Monday-Friday -OR- Tuesday-Saturday schedules.

Some of the available positions will require Top Secret security clearances and designated and/or random drug testing.

Whether you are new to the Federal Government or an experienced professional seeking a career change, you can make history at the National Archives. Our dedicated staff works across a variety of career fields to safeguard the records of the Federal Government – more than 10 billion of them.

Visit our Employee Gallery at to see the kinds of dynamic projects our staff are undertaking. If you want a career where you can see the difference your work makes, then join the National Archives!

For more information visit:

Robin Kilgore
Phone: (314)801-0872