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FEDLIB October 2000

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job announcement

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FEDLIB: Federal Librarians Discussion List

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Tue, 17 Oct 2000 16:29:49 -0400

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Librarian, National Endowment for the Arts
                DELEGATED EXAMINING UNIT

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 2100
OPENING DATE: October 10, 2000
CLOSING DATE: October 31, 2000
LOCATION: Washington, DC
RELOCATION EXPENSES WILL NOT BE PAID

AREA OF CONSIDERATION:
All Sources (Status and Non-status Candidates)

TITLE:
Librarian, GS-1410-12   SALARY RANGE:($51,204 - $66,564 pa)
Office of the Chairman
Office of Policy Research and Analysis

DUTIES:
Incumbent serves as the librarian responsible for providing professional library
services to users of the Arts Endowment Library, including computerized
information retrieval, acquisition, cataloguing and classification of books,
journals, and other materials in the Library's collection. Administers proper
library usage, including circulation procedures, use of automated database
systems, catalogues, indexes, and equipment to ensure that the Library's
existing holdings are properly maintained and, to the maximum extent possible,
made available to staff and the general public. Performs reference, research,
patron guidance and assistance and related services as the reference librarian
in service to the Arts Endowment staff and other users. Formulates, develops,
and implements policy for library and information systems, and performs or
directs feasibility studies to investigate implementation of technological
advancements within the information program and directs the necessary
conversions. Supervises use of agency's public access Internet site (located in
the Library).  Actively participates in working with the agency's Web Manager
and other staff to respond to requests for information from the public. Also,
incumbent will be expected to serve as a team member on ad hoc teams which
provide quick responses to special projects and studies which could possibly
involve more than one organization, office, discipline, or function.


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QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:
At least one year of specialized experience must have been performed at a level
of difficulty comparable to the next lower grade in the Federal service.
Specialized experience is experience which is in or directly related to the line
of work of the position to be filled and has equipped the applicant with the
knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the
position.  Substitution of education for experience will be made as described in
the Office of Personnel Management Handbook X-118.  Time-in-grade requirements
must be met before selection.

QUALITY RANKING FACTORS: Qualified candidates will be rated using the following
factors:
-Ability to provide reference and research assistance in a technical
library/information center specializing in literary, performing, and
visual arts.
-Knowledge of automated information services and of information networks,
 trends, and practices within the full range of services of a library
 program.
-Ability to communicate orally.

TO APPLY: The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) does not require a standard
application form; however, we do need specific information to properly evaluate
your qualifications. Therefore, you may apply using a resume, the Optional
Application for Federal Employment (OF-612) or any other application form you
choose. Preference eligibles or veterans who have been separated from the armed
forces under honorable conditions after 3 years or more of continuous active
service may also apply and be considered under merit promotion procedures. The
NEA will require the applicant selected for the position to complete a
Declaration for
Federal Employment before hired to determine suitability and to
authorize a background investigation. Send applications/resumes citing vacancy
announcement #2100 to Phyllis Blackstone-Littles, National Endowment for the
Arts, Office of Human Resources, Room 627,
1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20506. All status candidates and
preference eligibles or veterans applying under merit promotion procedures who
wish to be considered under both merit promotion and competitive procedures must
submit two (2) complete applications. Status candidates must also submit their
most recent performance appraisal and
SF-50. All applications/resumes must be received by close of business, October
31, 2000.












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To ensure full consideration, you should specifically address the quality
ranking factors on a separate sheet. Applications/resumes will not be returned.
To request copies of announcements and application forms call (202) 682-5405.

Applicants who claim 5-point veteran preference must submit a DD Form 214,
Report of Separation from the Armed Services. Persons who claim 10 point veteran
preference must provide a completed form SF-15. Forms and information on the
Veterans Preference Act may be obtained at the Federal Job Information Center,
Office of Personnel Management.

Male applicants born after December 31, 1959, must be registered with the
Selective Service and will be required to complete a Certification of
Registration confirming their selective service status.

This agency provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities.
If you need a reasonable accommodations for any part of the application and
hiring process, please contact the Office of Human Resources, National Endowment
for the Arts on (202)682-5405. Hearing impaired individuals may call
(202)682-5564 (TDD). The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be
on a case-by-case basis.

HATCH ACT NOTIFICATION:
Under Section 8 of the Hatch Act Reform Amendments of l993, applicants are
reminded that they are prohibited  from requesting, making, transmitting,
accepting, or considering political recommendations in the influence of
personnel decisions.

ICTAP APPLICANTS - If you are a displaced Federal employee, you may be entitled
to receive special priority under the Interagency Career Transition Assistant
Plan (ICTAP).  To receive priority consideration, please submit a copy of the
appropriate documentation indication your priority status (i.e.
Reduction-in-Force notice, a letter from OPM or your agency) with your
application.  Displaced employee means:

1.  A current or former career or career-conditional competitive service
    employee, in tenure group I or II who has:

    -  received a specific RIF separation notice;









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    -  been separated because of a compensable injury, whose compensation
       has been terminated and whose former agency is unable to place the
       individual;
    -  retired with a disability and whose disability annuity has been or
       is being terminated;
    -  received a RIF separation notice and retired on the effective date
       of the reduction in force or under the discontinued service
       retirement option;
    -  separated because he/she has declined a transfer or function or
       directed reassignment to another commuting area.

                        OR

2.  A former Military Reserve Technician or National Guard Technician who
    is receiving a special retirement annuity from OPM under section 8337
    (h)or 8456 of Title 5 United State Code.

    If you meet one of the above criteria, you are a displaced employee and
    may be eligible for special selection priority.  To be eligible, an
    individual must meet all of the following conditions:

    -  have a current performance rating of record of at least fully
       successful or equivalent;
    -  apply for a vacancy at or below the grade level from which the
       employee has been or is being separated that does not have a greater
       promotion potential than the position from which the employee has
       been or is being separated;
    -  occupy or was displaced from a position in the same local commuting
       area of the vacancy;
    -  file an application for a specific vacancy by the closing date
       established by the agency

                       AND

3.  Be determined by the agency to be well-qualified for the specific
    position (a well qualified applicant is one who satisfies all quality
    ranking factors at a fully successful level, meets all selective
    factors, and meets the qualification standards and eligibility
    requirements for the position).

    E-MAIL AND FAX APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED






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YOUR RESUME SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
PERSONAL INFORMATION
-Full Name, mailing address and day and evening phone numbers
-Social Security Number
-Citizenship (provide country of citizenship - most Federal positions
 require United States Citizenship)
-Veterans' Preference (see announcement)
-Reinstatement eligibility (if requested, attached SF-50 proof of your
 career or career-conditional appointment)
-Indicate the lowest grade you will accept.
EDUCATION
-High School - Name, city and state, zip code and date of diploma or GED
-College(s) - For each college you have attended, give the following
 information: name of school, location (city, state, and zip code), credit
 hrs. Earned (semester or quarter), and type and year of degree(s), if any.
JOB INFORMATION
-Announcement number and title and grade(s) of the job you are applying
 for.
WORK EXPERIENCE
-Provide the following information about your paid and nonpaid work
 experience related to the job you are applying for:
-job title (include series and grade, if Federal job)
-duties and accomplishments
-employer's name and address
-supervisor's name and phone number
-starting and ending dates (month and year)
-hours work per week
-salary
-Indicate if we may contact your current supervisor.
OTHER QUALIFICATIONS
-Job-related training courses (title and year)
-Job-related skills, for example, other languages, computer
 software/hardware, tools, machinery, typing speed, etc.
-Job related certificates and licenses
-Job-related honors, awards, and special accomplishments, for example,
 publications, memberships in professional or honor societies, leadership
 activities, public speaking, and performance awards (give dates but
 do not send documents)

FAILURE TO PROVIDE THE INFORMATION REQUESTED ABOVE MAY RESULT IN
DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION

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