SUPERVISORY TECHNICAL INFORMATION SPECIALIST
(Assistant Head Bill Digest)
The Congressional Research Service, Washington DC
The Office of Legislative Information of the Congressional Research
Service (CRS) is seeking an Assistant Head of the Bill Digest Office,
which is responsible for creating and publishing summaries for all
legislation and for managing legislative status information. The
position is being offered at the GS-14 level ($93,822-$121,967).
This critical content management system supports the congressional
Legislative Information System as well as the THOMAS system available to
the public from the Library of Congress. If selected for the position
you will assist the Office Head in the overall management and direction
of the Office, including strategic and annual planning, budget,
workforce planning and management, policy administration, and
operational processes related to legislative analysis and tracking.
As a Supervisory Technical Information Specialist, you will work
closely with the Office Head to help set priorities, direct the work of
the Office staff, and develop and implement the editorial and workflow
policies, procedures, and standards that ensure the quality and accuracy
of the Office*s work in providing legislative analysis and related
information. The Assistant Head will also take a leading role in
evaluating and advising on technical systems critical to information
processing and publishing.
You will be a part of a team that provides confidential, nonpartisan,
and authoritative legislative research analysis and information services
to the U.S. Congress. CRS staff work directly with Members of Congress
and congressional committees on the entire range of public policy issues
that come before the Congress. CRS and its research and information
offices contribute to an informed national legislature as it considers
policy issues of importance to the American people.
To apply online (preferred), visit http://www.loc.gov/crsinfo or call
202.707.5627 to request an applicant job kit. Please refer to vacancy
#070158 in all correspondence. Applications must be received by June
29, 2007. CRS is the public policy research arm of the U.S. Congress and
is fully committed to workforce diversity.