Location: Baker McKenzie, Washington, DC
Full vacancy announcement available on AALL Career Center.
At Baker McKenzie we are different in the way we think, work and behave. Like no other firm and few other businesses. With more than 6,000 locally admitted lawyers and more than 5,800 business service professionals in 77 offices worldwide and five (5) Service Centers, we have a passionately collaborative community of 60 nationalities and are committed to world-class career development to everyone in every job at every level. Baker McKenzie can offer you both the uncompromising commitment to excellence expected of a top firm and a distinctive way of thinking, working and behaving – as a passionately global and genuinely collaborative firm.
The Washington. D.C. Office of Baker & McKenzie seeks and experienced Librarian to join our Library Services Team.
The Librarian will manage and execute the Office information and research services within the context of the Firm’s Information and Research and Knowledge strategies; to work with the Library Manager, Country Knowledge Partner, and local knowledge team. The Librarian will act as the local point of contact for information and research requests and enquiries. The current focus on the role is research.
Duties for this role will include:
- Service Orientation – maintains and builds strong relationships with both internal and external clients. Demonstrates value through effective communication with stakeholders and key relationships.
- Knowledge & Expertise – understands and promotes the role and functionality of the firm’s content and information repositories and resources. Manage the procurement of local information resources in alignment with Product Management policies. Manage the relationship with local external information vendors. Delivers the Office information resources training plan, linked to GPG/GIG information and research strategy, working with the Expert function and Service Centres provides full information and KM resource training support. Develops, delivers, and assesses learning opportunities that prepare trainees, lawyers, and others for workplace excellence.
- People Management – collaborative, supportive, team player working with other in market Librarians and the wider Information & Research and KM communities.
- Work Management – supports and participates in the adoption and use of KM and Library systems. Participates in and leads projects as requested. Aware of and participates in firm’s goals. Participates in setting and aligning KM goals with PG goals, managing resources, and evaluating use. Reports on usage and space management.
Position: Head, Congressional Services Section
Location: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Salary: $134,789 to $164,200 per year
Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS), Office of the Counselor to the Director is seeking a Head, Congressional Services Section (CSS). The Congressional Services Section is responsible for: the receipt of requests for information, research, analysis, and consultation from Members, committees, and staff of the U.S. Congress; the formulation/management of the requests; and, the assignment of requests to appropriate staff.
The selectee will manage a highly skilled team of Congressional Relations Specialists through direct and subordinate supervision; resolve issues relating to CRS request policies and guidelines; and address questions, issues, and concerns raised by congressional clients and staff. The selectee will also serve as the subject matter expert for CRS’s automated client relationship management system (Mercury) and participate in planning for that system and other tools and technologies used in the Congressional Services Section.
Position: Librarian at a Museum facility
Location: Museum facility, Washington, DC
Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.
Corestaff Services is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Librarian at a Museum facility. The position is located in Washington, DC: however, the position may relocate to suburban Maryland in 2019. The Librarian is part of a multi-year government contract. Present funding extends through September 30, 2019.
The Librarian is required to support various projects and activities to prepare existing library collections for the expansion of research services and for the relocation of some library operations to a second facility.
- MLIS and at least one year of experience, or equivalent knowledge and experience (at least three years)
- Experience cataloging in an integrated library system or other cataloging system
- Experience providing reference services to various kinds of researchers
- Experience handling, assessing condition, and housing rare and/or fragile materials
- Experience managing a large or complex collection
- Excellent organizational and project management skills; attention to detail; flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances
- Excellent communications skills, and the ability to work effectively in a team or independently
- Reading knowledge of at least one European language and/or Hebrew or Yiddish
- Knowledge of the history of the Holocaust and related subject matter.
For consideration email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org