Position: Supervisory Archives Specialist
Location: National Archives and Records Administration
Salary: $74,950 – $97,430
Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.
This position is part of the National Archives and Records Administration. Incumbent serves as a Supervisory Archives Specialist in the Operations Branch and performs or oversees the performance of duties related to: scheduling, accomplishing, tracking and analyzing data related to picking up, receiving, and delivering records to and from Federal agencies.
As a SUPERVISORY ARCHIVES SPECIALIST, you will:
- Develop, maintain, and schedule the daily pickup and delivery of records.
- Implement Federal agency policies and procedures to staff.
- Plan and supervise activities related to transporting new transfers.
- Assign work based on priorities, selective consideration of difficulty of assignments and employee capabilities.
- Analyze, develop, and implement internal procedures related to the improvement in the effectiveness and efficiency of operation.
Position: National Library of Medicine Training Associate
Location: BLH Technologies, Inc.
Full vacancy announcement available on ALA Joblist.
BLH Technologies, Inc., an award-winning company specializing in public health, communications, technology, and safety monitoring solutions for Federal and commercial clients, is seeking a Training Associate to support Federal clients, including those within the National Institutes of Health (NIH), specifically the National Library of Medicine (NLM).
The Training Associate will support the planning for and conduction of virtual trainings related to various health information topics and NLM services. The ideal candidate is collaborative, able to learn new processes and technologies quickly, and has strong communication skills. The Training Associate will work closely with librarians and trainers at NLM and the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM).
- Support the creation and delivery of online classes, tutorials, videos, and other educational products and services.
- Manage training event logistics, including scheduling events, reserving meeting platforms, adding course descriptions to registration systems, scheduling captioning, and creating online evaluations.
- Edit videos and captions using HTML and other editing software.
- Collaborate with product experts, subject matter experts and training team(s) to craft learning objectives and audience engagement strategies for educational products.
- Support the development and implementation of training needs assessments and evaluation plans and systems.
- Prepare reports and correspondence, complete special projects, and maintain records and files.
- Maintain currency, quality, and accessibility of educational products.
- Maintain awareness of current adult education, instructional design, educational technology, and accessibility trends and developments.
- Ensure quality control and protection of Federal data and training products.
- Minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in independently setting up, running, and post live event archiving using online technologies such as Zoom, WebEx, or other web conferencing software.
- Minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in creating and updating digital content and files in environments such as Moodle, Jira, Confluence, Microsoft Teams, and other websites and databases.
- Experience or knowledge of National Library of Medicine (NLM) products and services is desirable.
- Government contract experience preferred. Remote work available.
Knowledge and Special Skills
- Excellent communication skills (written, oral, and interpersonal); demonstrated ability to translate complex topics to plain, simple language.
- Must be extremely detail oriented.
- Knowledge and experience in online education.
- Familiarity with current educational theories, models and techniques, particularly related to adult education a plus.
- Familiarity with HTML and editing software such as Camtasia, Microsoft Stream, and other video editors. Experience with captioning a plus.