Position: Cataloging Supervisor
Location: Senate Library – Washington, D.C.
Salary Range: $70,271.00 to $108,918.00 / Per Year
Closes: Thursday 12/8/2016
Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:
This is technical work supporting the delivery of information services to Senate and Library staff and the Library’s institutional membership in national and international cooperative cataloging programs. Work includes creating bibliographic and authority records for items in the Library’s collections, organizing and analyzing complex library materials, maintaining the accuracy of the Library’s bibliographic and authority databases, maintaining cataloging documentation and statistics, and providing expert guidance and assistance to cataloging staff. Work is bound by Resource Description and Access cataloging rules, Library of Congress classification and subject heading guidelines, MARC standards for bibliographic and authority records, Federal Depository Library Program guidelines, Secretary of the Senate policies and procedures, the U.S. Senate Handbook, and the Senate Ethics Manual, but requires independent judgment in setting priorities and handling assignments. Work is performed under the general direction of the Head of Technical Services.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Record Analyst
Location: Savan Group – Metropolitan Washington DC area
Originally posted on the UMD iSchool MLS listserv.
Savan Group is a dynamic and innovative management and information technology consultancy founded on the idea of value-based consulting. Our consultants understand and appreciate the management challenges facing organizations today and create solutions that generate measurable results and value for organizations.
At Savan Group, we distinguish ourselves from other consulting firms by the quality of our people, a relentless commitment to delivering value, and our entrepreneurial spirit.
Job Description: Savan Group is looking for one qualified records management professional with significant experience to join our Strategy and Operations Practice Group. The Records Analyst will have knowledge of preservation and the processing of archival material in the federal government. Additionally, the candidate must be experienced with the scheduling of records and understand the Capstone approach to federal records management. The Records Analyst will be part of a larger team of records professionals supporting a large civilian agency by:
Interviewing and communicating with records professionals in the organization
Assessing content developed by business units to identify record content, business processes, organizational methods, storage practices, and applicable control schedules
Providing RIM related, program specific findings and recommendations, and communicating skills needed to implement results of analyses
Documenting and identifying improvements to records processes
Advising on the appropriate retention and disposition of records
Developing and conducting training sessions for Records Coordinators, other Information Management personnel, and end-users
Assisting in the implementation of in-place records management through the application of location based information management policies, and taxonomy development within SharePoint collaboration sites and records centers
Configuring and communicating technical and operational controls to ensure compliance between federal regulations, institutional policies, and technical solutions.
Other daily tasks may include conducting enterprisewide information gathering, quality control, assisting client with internal and external communications, providing enterprisewide RIM policy governance and support, and working with the client to help achieve measurable results by maintaining metrics and creating RIM related deliverables.
Job Location: Onsite, Metropolitan Washington DC area
4+ years of college education and NARA certification (or taken NARA classes 1 through 3, at a minimum)
2+ years of experience in a federal government archive, records center, or government agency.
Experience scheduling records within the federal government
Interested? Contact Jasmin Broady at email@example.com