EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF THE UNITED STATES INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The research library and information service at the Export-Import Bank of the
United States is seeking a full-time intern for approximately eight to ten weeks
during the summer of 1999. The desirable candidate for this position would be a
library school graduate student, but applications may come from undergraduate
or graduate students in business, finance, or law.
The deadline for receipt of applications is March 12, 1999, although this is
somewhat flexible due to the nearness of that date.
The interns selected for the program will be paid and appointed at the GS-4
through GS-7 grade level, based upon individual student qualifications.
Level of education, (federal grade level), annual salary:
--Junior/Senior undergraduate student, (GS-4), $19,849
--Bachelor's degree, (GS-5), $22,208
--First year graduate student, (GS-7), $27,508
Duties include the following:
--Assist in training Ex-Im Bank staff on tools such as Bloomberg, and in news
databases, bank spreadsheet analyses, plus local and internet databases;
--Assist library and Bank staff in interpreting basic information needs and
clarifying desired results;
--Assist library staff in gathering, digesting, and organizing financial or
economic data, news material, analyst reports, official documents;
--Assist library staff in identifying and obtaining required information from a
broad scope of electronic sources or direct personal contact with organizations
anywhere in the world.
Mail/fax your application to:
Export-Import Bank of the United States
811 Vermont Avenue, N.W., Room 771
Attn: Office of Human Resources Intern Coordinator
Washington, D.C. 20571
Fax No.: (202) 565-3627
Please see http://www.exim.gov/vacancy/intern1.html for details on application
and compensation. All inquiries should be directed to the Office of Human
Resources Intern Coordinator at 202-565-3327.
Eugene Ferguson, chief, RLIS
Eugene Ferguson | EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF THE UNITED STATES
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Tel: 202-565-3981 | 811 Vermont Ave. NW, Room 966
Fax: 202-565-3985 | Washington DC 20571 U.S.A.