Multiple Positions: Washington, DC

Position: Library Associate
Location: George Washington University, Washington, DC
Salary: This position pays an hourly rate of approximately $18-23 per hour based on the finalist’s experience.

Originally posted on the LLSDC Jobline.

The Law Library seeks a qualified individual for a full-time library coordinator position to support operations of the Document Services Department.

This position reports to the head of document services who supervises interlibrary loan, oversees the library’s fee-based document delivery service, directs digitization projects, and develops faculty services programs.

The library coordinator’s responsibilities include:
• Provides interlibrary loan and document delivery services to faculty, students, staff, and other entities.
• Assists in compilation of lending and borrowing statistics for interlibrary loan requests.
• Assists with training and coordination of student assistants’ workflow.
• Inputs data into an online accounting system.
• Performs searches in specialized legal research databases.
• Physically prepares textual documents for digital conversion using a precision scanner, and identifies and corrects production issues
• Performs other duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.

Position: Technology Trainer; User Support Analyst
Location: Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, Washington DC

Originally posted on AALL Careers

Responsible for development and delivery of office automation training on all systems including desktop applications, financial systems (such as time entry, prebill editing and expense and vendor invoicing systems), practice group support and telephone systems. Responsible for the delivery of additional Professional Development training. Encourage user adoption. Provide legal document support to various practice and administrative departments. Support internal and external information systems (such as electronic court filing programs, secure file transfer and client extranets). Coordinate new hire training curriculum. Develop lesson plans and instructional materials; plan, schedule, gather resources, and evaluate technology training. Maintain current fact sheets, quick tips, and tutorials. Troubleshoot legal and support applications for attorneys and staff. Responsible for user support, including Windows operating system, Citrix, Microsoft Office, Document Management, Client Relationship Management, and other legal technologies used at the firm.

Microsoft certification desired; Bachelor’s degree

Prior legal industry preferred. Excellent client services skills; self-starter; and team player

Program Specialist
Location: Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC
Salary Range: $64,650.00 to $84,044.00 / Per Year

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:

Under the supervision of the Supervisory Grants Management Specialist, the position assists with the processing of grant applications and in grant administration; and provides significant program support to the Grant Management Team. Assist with incoming applications including reviews for eligibility and completeness, budget review and analysis, and associated application contacts. Utilizes grants management database, entering data and creating reports as may be required. Assists with review process, including mailings, reviewer support activities, preparation for panel meetings, and other elements of the review and award process. Review of interim and final performance reports. Prepares letters and associated documents supporting change requests and extensions for approval. Supports the work of the Office of Museum Services through cooperation with others to manage variable workloads and assistance with a variety of tasks including general clerical support. Participates in staff meetings and special committees and tack forces and assists with planning for the implementation of program changes and improvements in agency operation. Performs a variety of office automation duties which require knowledge of various types of equipment and software. Updates and maintains databases, spreadsheets, and other reports and documents in support of application and grant management activities. Prepares a wide variety of recurrent and nonrecurring correspondence, reports, and other documents. Reviews and processes incoming and outgoing correspondence, materials, and publications. Provides information to applicants and awardees regarding grant programs and processes. Assists with panel meetings and director’s meetings, including preparation of support materials and note taking, Performs other related duties as assigned.