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From: "Margaret Byrnes" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: NLM Systems Position Announcement
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The National Library of Medicine has an opening for a Technical
Information Specialist/Systems Librarian in the Preservation and
Collection Management (PCM) Section of the Public Services Division.
The Library is located on the campus of the National Institutes of
Health in Bethesda, Maryland.  Museums, galleries and other attractions
of the Washington, D.C. area are within easy access.  NLM is the world's
largest medical library. The collection contains approximately six
million items, including an outstanding collection of rare historical
materials.  The Preservation and Collection Management Section is
responsible for preserving and managing the Library's collections. For
information about the program, see:
www.nlm.nih.gov./pubs/factsheets/preservation.html . The successful
candidate will serve as the Section's systems expert.  Duties include:
overseeing PCM implementation of the Library's integrated library
system, defining and requesting system modifications, testing and
implementing new functions, designing reports, developing documentation,
and training Section staff; assisting unit heads in systems aspects of
all Section operations; serving as the Section's expert on bibliographic
records and other metadata; planning and implementing programs for
preserving electronic resources; training and coordinating the work of
PCM computer support coordinators and addressing microcomputer and
software needs of the Section; participating in projects to develop,
evaluate, and improve automated systems library-wide.

The position is posted at the GS-13 level  (salary range $66,229 -
$86,095). The closing date is May 20, 2002.  For a complete position
description and instructions for submitting an online application see:
http://careerhere.nih.gov. The announcement number is NLM-02-0122.
For additional details about the position contact Margaret Byrnes, Head,
Preservation and Collection Management Section  (email:
[log in to unmask]; phone (301) 435-7110).  Questions related to
applying for the position should be sent to [log in to unmask]