National Library of Medicine
Bethesda, Maryland

Position Announcement

Collection Management Librarian:  The position is located in Library
Operations, Public Services Division, Preservation and Collection Management
Section (PCM), Collection Management Unit (CMU).  The incumbent serves as a
librarian in the Collection Management Unit.  The Unit is responsible for
collection management functions that include binding, book repair, shelving,
inventory, collection security, and space management.  The incumbent assists
the Unit Head in all matters related to management of NLM's collections.
Serves as Project Officer or Alternate Project Officer for the NLM binding
preparation, binding, serials inventory, and shelving contracts.  Plans,
organizes and carries to completion major projects designed to preserve
collection materials in a variety of formats including audiovisual and
electronic resources.  Prepares and conducts staff training in care and
handling of materials and disaster response.  Trains, coordinates, and
reviews the work of CMU library technicians and student assistants.

National Library of Medicine:  World's largest health sciences library with
collections of over 7,500,000 items, located in Bethesda, Maryland within
minutes from Metro and less than 3 miles outside of Washington, DC.

Qualifications required:  ALA- accredited master's degree in
Library/Information Science.  Knowledge, experience and/or specialized
training with binding, book repair, or other preservation activities.
Ability to communicate well and establish rapport with professional and
support personnel, as well as effective management and supervisory skills.

Series & Grade:  GS-1410-9/12 (full-time permanent); $43,365 - $81,747

Position Available:  July 11, 2005

Application Deadline:  June 3, 2005

To Apply:  Submit resume online at
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Further Information:  Go to
<http://www:USAJobs.OPM.Gov>  and enter the Job Announcement Number:
NLM-05-72577 in the Keyword Search box.    For questions, please call Susan
Burns at (301) 594-2291 or Mary Kate Dugan at (301) 435-7113.