Three Positions- Washington DC and Virginia

Position: Librarian (Program Manager)
Location: Library of Congress, Legislative Branch, Washington, DC
Salary: $79,720 to $103,639 / per year

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:

The incumbent is responsible for managing all aspects of a major program within the Division, with an emphasis on those programs where resources are provided primarily through outsourcing. A number of CALM’s outsourcing contracts are quite large; several are in excess of $1million annually, and involve shifting and maintenance of the collections, inventorying the collections, creating/modifying holdings and item records in the Library’s integrated library system, etc. The incumbent is expected to serve as the Contracting Officer’s Technician Representative (COTR/COR), managing all aspects of one or more contracts. The incumbent reports directly to the Collections Integrity and Maintenance Officer, and operates with a high degree of independence, making decisions, resolving problems and taking action based on a thorough knowledge of the contract(s) in place; the program being supported and the overall mission of the Division.

Position: Education and SPExS Librarian
Location: American University Library, Washington, DC

Full vacancy announcement available on ALA Joblist.

American University Library is seeking an innovative, energetic, and service-oriented librarian for a continuing appointment-track faculty position for the School of Education [SOE] and the School of Professional and Extended Studies [SPExS]. Rank will be dependent upon experience and stature in the field at either assistant or associate level.

Responsibilities: The Education and SPExS Librarian will be the point person for research assistance, information literacy instruction and collection development in support of the curriculum and the faculty research at the School of Education and SPExS, as well as education-related research across campus. The librarian will work closely with the faculty and administration of the School of Education and SPExS to ensure that the University Library is able to meet their research and pedagogical needs and to increase awareness of library resources. In collection development, reviews and selects research materials (print and digital) to support faculty and student research for Education.

The Collection Development responsibilities include developing the Curriculum Materials Center [CMC], which includes the Larissa Gerstel Critical Literacy Collection. The CMC is housed in the same building as the School of Education. The Education and SPExS Librarian will coordinate closely with Access Services, which will manage the circulation and daily collection management activities of the CMC, and will coordinate with the School of Education, which uses the CMC as a learning space and classroom in conjunction with the collections. The Education and SPExS Librarian is responsible for all of the intellectual decisions concerning the collection and the pedagogical design of the space.

Position: Digital Resources Librarian
Location: Alexandria, VA

Full posting on the University of Maryland blogMLIS.

The contract at USPTO has been held by an ASRC Federal Subsidiary for over 10 years. The contract offers, library, training, and research services to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. ASRC Federal Space and Defense brings a 14-year history of delivering high-performance systems engineering, integration and operations services to civil and defense agencies. ASRC Federal Space and Defense provides these services throughout all phases of the program life cycle.

We are seeking an Digital Resources Librarian to join our stable growing contract in Alexandria, VA.

Apply at ASRC Federak Space and Defense