The Research Library at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC is
seeking to fill 3 positions at the NO-03 level ($53,770-$85,531 - comparable
to GS 11-12). Selections will be made from a combined list of applicants
through the Navy Open Continuous announcements and the non-Federal
The three positions that we're recruiting for are:
1) Reference Librarian (Physical Sciences): Performs information and
literature searches selecting the appropriate combination of bibliographic,
full-text, and online resources and provides assistance in use of such
tools. Performs collection management activities including identification
and evaluation of materials in both print and electronic formats. May
participate in negotiations with resource providers regarding licensing,
etc. Organizes information resources by describing, indexing, abstracting,
editing, or linking bibliographic data.
2) Bibliographer: Performs a major role in the production of the NRL
Online Bibliography. As part of the team, participates in the design,
deployment and maintenance and assists in defining system requirements.
Performs system tests and evaluations and provides overall quality
assurance. Participates in collection management activities and reference
3) Digital Library System Analyst: The incumbent is responsible for the
creation and deployment plan for a comprehensive Information Architecture.
Analyzes and logically applies advances in Digital Library standards and
technologies to enhance and extend the digital services offered by the NRL
Research Library. Will be the lead analyst on the eMetrics effort of the
library and applies a variety of information technologies to deliver digital
services to end-users.
These Open Continuous (OC) announcements will be available until November
10, 2006. Any eligible Federal employee is welcome to add their resumee to
the OC announcement through that date to be considered for the candidate
pool. Traditional vacancy announcements for non-Federal candidates should
be issued around the end of November.
R. James King, MLS
Naval Research Laboratory
Ruth H. Hooker Research Library
"NRL Partner in Research" for over 75 years!
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