August 25, 2005
Opening: Temporary Reference Position, Law Library of Congress
NB: This announcement supersedes the earlier posting for the Temporary Reference Librarian Position
The Law Library of Congress is recruiting for a full-time but temporary legal reference librarian to begin work immediately, the position for which will conclude approximately March 4, 2006. The ideal candidate will have both law and library science degrees from accredited universities, will have recent public service experience providing legal and legislative information services to diverse and demanding clients in a law library reference operation, and will (1) have experience in conducting complex legal and legislative research; (2) have experience in providing electronic reference services; and (3) demonstrate a proficiency in working with various software programs and online services. The person appointed to this position will be assigned a fixed special schedule that is exempt from flex-time, compressed flex-time, and maxi-flex time schedules. However, the appointee must be consistently able and willing to work days, evenings, weekends and holidays depending on the L! aw Library's congressional service requirements.
The position offers an annual salary of $ 43,365 (equating to approximately $1660 gross salary every two weeks) and is temporary, the duration for which is expected to begin August 29, 2005 and conclude on or before March 4, 2006.
Qualified persons should submit via fax addressed to "LAW Reference Vacancy" (202-707-1820) or email (email@example.com) - - do NOT submit by postal mail - - a current resume attached to a Federal Government application form (OF-612:(http://opm.gov/Forms/pdf_fill/of612.pdf) and the Declaration for Federal Employment form (OF-306: http://opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/of0306.pdf) as soon as possible. [Please note there are no vacancy announcement or position numbers associated with this vacancy.]
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