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FEDLIB  October 1998

FEDLIB October 1998

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Vacancy Announcement

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RELOCATION EXPENSES WILL NOT BE PAID

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ISSUE DATE: OCTOBER 2, 1998   ANNOUNCEMENT NO: OA-99-01-IM

CLOSING DATE: OCTOBER 23, 1998



                           VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


Supervisory Librarian         Office of Administration
  (Technical Services)        Library and Research Services
GS-1410-13                           Division           ($55,969 - $72,758)
     Washington, DC


Full Performance Level:  GS-13


AREA OF CONSIDERATION:  Open to All Sources.

STATUS APPLICANTS:  Current Federal employees serving under permanent
appointments in the competitive service, or former Federal employees with
reinstatement eligibility, may choose to be considered under both Merit
Promotion and Delegated Examining Unit procedures. Two separate
applications, clearly marked, must be submitted to be considered under both
categories.

DUTIES:  Supervises the operations of the Technical Services Office and its
staff of three librarians and three technicians who are engaged in
acquisitions, cataloging, federal depository library, integrated library
system, and library automation  functions.  Evaluates the quality of work
performed.

Develops policies, plans, guidelines and services for accomplishment of
technical services mission in the 3 libraries of the Executive Office of
the President (EOP) library system.  Formulates and justifies short-term
and long-term budgetary requirements for Technical Services.

Manages the U.S. Government Documents Depository Library collection.
Selects, orders and processes depository materials.  Maintains records of
Depository items received. Maintains a current collection development
policy.

Serves at the reference desk in any of the three EOP libraries on an
emergency basis.



MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS:  Candidates must meet the combination
of education and experience requirements as specified in the OPM Handbook
X-118. In addition to a Master's degree in Library Science, applicants must
have one year of managerial experience at a level of difficulty comparable
to the next lower grade level in the Federal service.


SELECTIVE FACTORS:

1.  Full professional knowledge of librarianship with expertise in
technical services operations.

2.  Broad knowledge of the theory, objectives, principles and techniques of
management, with extensive supervisory experience.


FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED IN EVALUATING QUALIFIED CANDIDATES;

1.  Expert knowledge of advanced information technology and processes to
assist in planning and executing the division?s library automation
enhancements for the 21st Century.

2.  Mastery of the principles and practices of descriptive and subject
cataloging of library materials.

3.  Expert knowledge of library acquisitions process and sources.

4.  Expert knowledge of integrated library system operation with particular
application to technical services.

5.  Thorough knowledge of the management and operation of a U.S. Government
Document Depository Library Program.



APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY THE CLOSING DATE.


If you omit any of the required information specified in Optional Form 612,
?Applying for a Federal Job?, your application may be INELIGIBLE.

Note:  Applicants are requested to provide an attachment addressing the
Selective Factors and Quality Ranking Factors listed above.


Users of the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) may call:  (202)
395-1160.

BASIS OF RATING: APPLICANTS WILL BE RATED ON AN EVALUATION OF THEIR
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE AS DESCRIBED IN THE APPLICATION AND ON WRITTEN
RESPONSES TO THE SELECTIVE FACTORS AND QUALITY RANKING FACTORS LISTED
ABOVE.  A SCORE OF 90 OR ABOVE IS CONSIDERED WELL-QUALIFIED.

*****************************************************************

HOW TO APPLY:   Send (1) an Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF
612); or a resume; or the SF-171, Application for Federal Employment; or
other written application, ensuring that all required information shown in
the flyer OF 510, Applying for a Federal Job, is included in your
application; (2) your latest SF-50 "Notification of Personnel Action" and
Performance Appraisal if you are a current or former Federal employee; (3)
on a separate sheet, a narrative summary of your experience and/or
education which concisely addresses each of the Selective Factors and
Quality Ranking Factors, and (4) if applicable, SF-15, Application for
10-point Veteran Preference.  In addition, please complete the EOP
Applicant Background Survey and submit it with the above documents.  This
form is voluntary and optional.  It will not be part of or considered with
your application.  It will be used for statistical purposes only.
Prohibited political recommendations with respect to Federal employment
will be returned to the applicant in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 3303.

WHERE TO APPLY:  Completed form(s) must be sent to:
                    Executive Office of the President
                    Office of Administration
                    Personnel Management Division
                    725 17th Street, N.W., Room 4013
                    New Executive Office Building
                    Washington, D.C. 20503

Applicants submitting applications in postage-paid Government envelopes are
reminded of the legal prohibition against the use of such envelopes or
other Government property for other than officially approved activities.
These prohibitions are contained in 5 C.F.R. 735.205, 39 U.S.C. and 18
U.S.C.

APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY THE CLOSING DATE.

APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED.

NOTE:  Relocation expenses will NOT be paid to the applicant selected.

SECURITY CLEARANCE:  A security clearance will be conducted.  Applicants
for employment must be 18 years old when appointed.

DRUG TESTING:  The applicant tentatively selected for this position may be
required to submit to urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to
appointment.  After appointment, the employee will be included in the
agency's random drug testing program.

AREA OF CONSIDERATION:  Applications will be accepted from all qualified
persons.  Consideration will be extended without discrimination for any
non-merit reasons, such as race, color, religion, gender, national origin,
political affiliation, marital status, age, membership or nonmembership in
employee organizations. or non disqualifying physical handicap.  Disabled
applicants, Disabled Veterans, or any other applicants eligible for
non-competitive appointment under special appointing authorities not
requiring competitive status are eligible to apply regardless of the area
of consideration and should clearly specify their special eligibility on
their application.

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