[Posted to FEDREF-L, INT-LAW, LAWLIB, LLSDC, SCCLL-L, SEAALL, and SLA-LAW with apologies for duplication. -Emily Carr / Legal Reference Specialist / Law Library of Congress]
The Law Library of Congress is recruiting to fill two legal reference librarian positions - -one of which is permanent, described below, and one of which is temporary (commencing on or about August 29, 2005 and concluding no later than March 4, 2006). The application process for each position is different:
Permanent Position Vacancy: The Law Library of Congress is recruiting for a Legal Reference Librarian who has experience (1) providing legal and legislative information services to a diverse and demanding clientele; (2) managing, maintaining and developing print and electronic collections in a law library; and (3) preparing and communicating through various medium analyses and/or syntheses of legal aspects of public policy issues. Qualified candidates with both Juris Doctor and Masters in Library Science degrees and at least 1 year of progressively responsible public service experience in a law library are encouraged to apply.
The person appointed to this position will be assigned a fixed special schedule that is exempt from flex-time, compressed flex-time, and maxi-flex time schedules. However, the appointee must be consistently able and willing to work days, evenings, weekends and holidays depending on the Law Library's congressional service requirements.
For the entire job description see <http://jsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/summary.asp?OPMControl=488710>. Questions should be address to the Library of Congress Employment Office at (202) 707-5627.