Two Positions – Washington, D.C. and N. VA/Telework

Position: Archivist
Location: U.S. Senate Commerce Committee – Washington, DC

Originally posted on the UMD iSchool MLS listserv.

This position closes soon and interviews will be taking place next week! Don’t miss this opportunity to get a foot in the federal government without having to go through USA Jobs!

Senate Commerce Committee seeks a full-time, non-partisan Archivist to assist Majority and Minority staffs.

Responsibilities include:

overseeing management of Committee records, policies and procedures;
preservation of paper and electronic records including social media records and Web source files and e-mail;
serving as liaison with the Senate Archivist and the National Archives; and
assisting staff to develop practices to facilitate good records management.

This individual must be a self-starter; will work independently to organize a large backlog of historical electronic and paper records covering complex commerce, science, and transportation policies; and ideally should have some previous experience, and familiarity with, U.S. Senate records management.

Knowledge of professional ethics and strong organizational skills is required. In addition, experience with PC based processing programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access Database is required.

Candidates should email a cover letter, resume and writing sample to, with the subject line “Committee Archivist Referral.

Position: Resource Coordinator (Part-time)

Location: Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) – Telework or Alexandria, VA
Salary: $19.00 – $23.00 (Hourly Wage)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Resource Coordinator

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Work closely with the Director of Information and Research to improve, maintain and expand current, relevant, and high quality research resources.

Curate, maintain, and update an organized and easily navigable structure for online information.

Cultivate and make available best practices in chamber management.

Promote and support a Q & A service for ACCE members (including, chat, email, phone, etc).

Continuously build, expand, and promote the services and information provided in HERO: Help, Expertise, and Resources Online.

Support ACCE staff, and provide training where appropriate, in providing excellent member service and in expanding ACCE’s resources. Work with staff to realize the association’s goals through a team effort.

Work with ACCE staff to create new research and to update resources in individual topic areas.

Maintain positive relationships and respond to staff, members, prospective members, interested parties and others to ensure the highest quality of service and uphold ACCE’s mission.

Research and write about topics and best practices of importance to ACCE members.

Serve as a support role for project management for content under the surveys and data area of HERO.

Support and contribute to the work of ACCE’s benchmarking surveys and data.

Conduct webinars for members on the use and resources of HERO.

Build relationships with members and outside organizations that share a work interest.

Perform special projects as assigned.