Three Positions: Washington, D.C.

Position: Library Resources Manager
Location: Nixon Peabody

Originally posted on LLSDC Job Listings.

Job Description: The Library Resources Manager is a hands-on position responsible for leading and overseeing the management and administration of the library resources and technical services firmwide. This role is accountable for ensuring seamless and reliable access to resources and the integrity of records in the library systems. A hybrid work schedule is available for this position. If you’re someone who’s looking toward the future, we’d love to hear from you.

Location: Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; New York City, NY; Rochester, NY; Washington, DC

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Position: Archives Technician
Location: National Archives and Records Administration
Salary: $41,925 – $67,514

Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.


This position is part of the National Archives and Records Administration. Incumbent performs non-professional, quasi-professional and technical work that supports access to archival holdings and physical and intellectual control over records. The work encompasses reference, researcher assistance and other customer services, processing, accessioning, arranging, describing, preserving, and reformatting of records.


As an Archives Technician, you will:

  • Provide written or oral “first-line” reference assistance and consultation, respond to all forms of inquiry concerning NARA’s archival holdings, in original or surrogate format, by using complex finding aid systems and related archival sources, in both electronic and analog formats.
  • Perform detailed and complex arrangement work following a plan (or guidance) approved by supervisor or team leader.
  • Independently evaluates the physical condition of records in the course of other duties and alerts supervisor or other designated staff to condition problems that limit access or threaten the safety of records.
  • Prepare online catalog descriptions of holdings at all levels according to NARA lifecycle standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Assist in accessioning and disposal of all record types under the guidance of an archivist or archives specialist.
  • Greet visitors, assists with registration; conducts orientation briefings for onsite researchers, as required; and directs researchers to appropriate NARA resources as necessary.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge regarding the large and complex variety of records series within NARA in order to locate requested material and re-file material released after the review and/or reference process is completed.

Position: Technical Services/Research Law Librarian
Location: Central Intelligence Agency
Salary: $69,287 – $141,884

Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.


Technical Services/Research Law Librarians assist with the management of core legal information repositories for the Office of General Counsel.


As a Technical Services/Research Law Librarian for CIA, you will assist with the management of core legal information repositories for the Office of General Counsel (OGC) to support its broad spectrum of practice areas. You will participate in the selection, acquisition, and maintenance of targeted legal information resources by providing guidance on legal research resources and best practices; providing current awareness of legal developments across OGC practice areas; and conducting unique legal research that leverages advanced research skills against specialized resources.

To perform this job successfully, you must be able to perform the following key responsibilities, as listed below:

  • Serve as a central resource for managing OGC knowledge and information
  • Apply knowledge of legal information in the maintenance of a classification/metadata scheme
  • Provide guidance and training on the use and availability of resources and legal research capabilities
  • Perform complex research, including locating federal statutes, regulations, executive orders, cases, international treaties, conventions, agreements, and protocols
  • Create procedural and informational pathfinders, bibliographies, and other documentation