Position: Library Technician (Office Automation)
Location: Department of the Navy
Salary: $50,643 – $72,907
Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.
You will serve as a Library Technician (Office Automation) in the Navy Department Library / Technical Services Section of NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND.
- You will oversee circulation system and patron services.
- You will manage technical library data files and information.
- You will ensure hard copy and digital publications and other material are in correct order and are maintained.
- You will log material in and out to validate security.
- You will perform descriptive and modified cataloging of monographic titles being incorporated into the Library’s collections.
- You will modify existing Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) records to meet NDL specific needs.
- You will prepare books for shelf readiness.
- You will be in charge of the Library acquisition services.
- You will monitor all activities concerning individual account status.
- You will be maintaining efficient records, providing timely follow-up procedures for all accounts, and establish effective liaisons with fiscal branch.
- You will organize, plan, implement, and evaluate circulation functions and procedures.
- You will provide a variety of administrative support functions.
Position: Government Research Specialist
Location: Nelson Mullins
Full vacancy announcement available on AALL Career Center.
Nelson Mullins is seeking a Government Research Specialist to join the Research & Information Services (RIS) team. This position, eligible to be based in any of our 26 offices with the option to work a hybrid in-office/remote working schedule, will provide legal and non-legal research services and analysis to Nelson Mullins attorneys and staff. The successful candidate will be a highly skilled researcher, able to work cooperatively with the full RIS team. Additionally, the successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, a commitment to providing high-quality work product, and customer-oriented service.
- Conduct online legal and business research using resources including, but not limited to, Lexis Plus, Westlaw Edge, CQ, Bloomberg Government, Quorum, Capital IQ and VitalLaw.
- Actively liaise and communicate with selected practice and industry groups to develop subject expertise and facilitate proactive service delivery.
- Utilize a centralized workflow tool to provide expert research and consultative services to attorneys and staff.
- Participate in available professional development opportunities and remain current on technological, professional and industry developments in librarianship.
- Present clear and readily digestible results that are responsive to the question(s) asked, in a timely manner.
- Provide support on other projects or duties as assigned.
- Qualified applicants should have a Master’s degree in Library or Information Science, and/or a J.D. degree.
- Strong collaboration skills along with the ability to manage multiple and complex research projects–often on tight deadlines–while attention to detail.
- Good knowledge of federal legislative and regulatory research.
- The ideal applicant demonstrates a working knowledge of legal research methods, and the ability to assess and utilize the best, most cost-effective and efficient research tools.