Enoch Pratt Free Library (2 positions)

The Enoch Pratt Free Library has two positions available in Baltimore, MD. Full vacancy announcements posted at ALA Joblist (see below for links).

Position:Librarian I, Children’s NLS
Salary: Not Specified
Status: Full-time
Posted: 06/19/15
Deadline: 07/03/15

The Pratt Library is accepting applications for a Librarian I, Children’s for the Neighborhood Library Services (NLS) Division.

All Pratt Library branches are within the NLS division. NLS division employees may be moved from one branch to another as need dictates. Flexibility on work location is a must.


Position: SLRC Manager, Information Services
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Opening date: 06/02/15
Closing date: 07/03/15 11:59 PM
Description: The Pratt Library is accepting applications for a State Library Resource Center (SLRC) Manager in the Information Services Department.

This position provides direct supervision of the Information Services Department and requires a global understanding of the Library’s role as the state library for Maryland and the development of services that address the needs of the Library’s statewide customer base.


Research Analyst (Law Firm)

Firm: Morrison & Foerster LLP
Location: Washington, D.C.
Salary: Open
Type: Full Time – Experienced
Category: Private Firm/Corporation

Morrison & Foerster LLP are hiring a research analyst. Full vacancy announcement posted at AALL Career Center:


Guided by department objectives and priorities, works as part of a firmwide team to provide substantive research expertise for client work and business development efforts. Participates on project teams. Ensures client service and satisfaction are attained in all areas of the position

Master’s degree in Library Science or Information Science or equivalent degree such as a J.D. or an M.B.A. strongly preferred plus a minimum of three years related experience, or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.

Supervisory Archivist

AGENCY:Architect of the Capitol
SALARY RANGE: $90,823.00 to $139,523.00 / Per Year
DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy – Washington DC, DC
OPEN PERIOD: Tuesday, June 9, 2015 to Thursday, July 9, 2015
SERIES & GRADE: GS-1420-13/14

The Architect of the Capitol is hiring a supervisory archivist. Full vacancy announcement posted at USAJOBS:


This position is assigned to the Architect of the Capitol, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, Curator Division, Records Management and Archives Branch. As Chief of the Records Management and Archives Branch, the incumbent is responsible for leading, planning, implementing, and managing the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) records management and archives program. Plans and implements the AOC-wide systems for managing and archiving electronic as well as paper records. Manages the AOC Archives, and other records storage areas and ensures preservation of permanently valuable historic records that by law are not sent to the National Archives of Records Administration (NARA). Develops and implements AOC-wide policies, procedures, and guidance for managing and preserving agency records. Coordinates and promotes the records management and archives program.

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Librarian (Law Firm)

Location:Washington D.C.
Type:Full Time – Experienced
Categories:Collection Development, Computer/Automation, Reference/Research
Required Education:Masters

Bryan Cave LLP, an AMLAW 100 global firm, is seeking a creative, dynamic individual to work in our Washington, DC office. This is a tremendous opportunity to both manage and plan overall library operations in a local office as well as being an active member of a team of library and research services professionals.

Vacancy announcement posted at AALL Career Center:


Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources and Services

Georgetown University,
Washington, District of Columbia

Salary: Not Specified
Status: Full-time
Posted: 06/12/15
Deadline: 07/15/15

Georgetown University is hiring a librarian. Vacancy announcement posted at University website:


The Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources and Services provides leadership and direction for the division that includes the departments of Collections, Research, and Instruction; Copyright and Scholarly Communications; the Special Collections Research Center; the Blommer Science Library; the School of Continuing Studies Library; and the Woodstock Theological Library.

Reporting to the Deputy University Librarian and as a member of the Library’s Executive Committee and Leadership Council, the Associate University Librarian (AUL) shares in the responsibilities for decision-making, resource management, strategic direction and development of policies for the library operations and services within a collaborative, team-oriented environment. As indicated, s/he represents the University Librarian and the Library within the University and in local, regional, and national associations and consortia.

Requirements include: Master’s of Library Science (or equivalent) and a second subject Master’s degree are required; Ph.D preferred. Minimum of eight years of progressively responsible administrative experience in providing services related to research, teaching and learning and scholarly communication. Successful record of management and administration of a large staff, along with the ability to articulate vision, set direction, and accomplish initiatives in rapidly changing environments. Established expertise in managing large library materials budgets and developing scholarly, special, and circulating collections.

Librarian (Library Specialist)

Department: Judicial Branch
Agency: Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Job Announcement Number: 15-DPS-1425213
Salary range: $47,684.00 to $84,867.00 / Per Year
Open period: Monday, June 8, 2015 to Monday, June 22, 2015

The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts is hiring a librarian. Posted vacancy announcement on USAJOBS.


This position is located in the Department of Program Services, Court Services Office, Programs Division, National Programs Branch. The Branch provides management and oversight of national court programs, including the Judiciary’s Library Program. The individual selected for this position will facilitate and improve the AO’s library services, including providing staff with research support and materials, developing and maintaining the AO Library’s physical and digital collections, and coordinating computer assisted legal research and related training.

Rachel Davis
Phone: (202)502-3271

Reference Librarian/Part-time

The George Mason University Law Library is seeking applicants for a part-time Reference Librarian. Please forward to anyone who is qualified and interested.

The George Mason University Law Library invites applications for a part-time Reference Librarian vacancy.

The part-time Reference Librarian provides reference and research services to Law School faculty, staff, students and public patrons during the business day. The position also includes meeting with law students to provide research assistance for students writing law journal notes and comments during the Fall semester.

Requirements include an ALA-approved MLS, or an equivalent degree, and previous legal reference experience. A Juris Doctor (J.D.), experience in a law library, and enrollment in an MLS program may substitute for the MLS degree requirement. Teaching or training experience is also preferred.

This position begins August 3, 2015.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications by email are preferred. To apply send a cover letter, resume, and three references to:

Ellen Feldman, Head Administrative and Access Services
George Mason University School of Law Library
3301 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201
(applications by email preferred)