Information Policy Analyst, Office for Information Technology Policy

Washington, D.C.
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Created: October 25, 2013


The Information Policy Analyst provides analytical, organizational, and logistical support to the ALA Washington Office as part of a team developing and implementing a national information policy agenda for America’s public libraries.

The analyst also supports new internal processes to improve ALA’s ability to advance its public policy agenda. Finally, the analyst will be tasked with assisting OITP staff on selected ongoing activities throughout the office’s policy portfolio.

This is a grant-funded position.

Starting salary negotiable based on experience. ALA offers an excellent benefit package including low-cost medical/dental insurance, retirement plan, and generous paid vacation.

For consideration apply directly online (additional documents may be uploaded on the same screen as your resume)


Send your resume or any questions to Ms. Pat May, Director of Administration, ALA Washington Office, at
Requirements The typical successful candidate would have at least a master’s degree in library science, information science/technology, computer science, public policy, government, public administration, economics, communications, political science, or in a related area.

Prior experience with national information policy issues is preferred, which may include internships, fellowships and volunteer work in public policy and lobbying activities, and graduate course work. Several years of related work experience would be optimal.


Published: Friday, October 25, 2013 16:03 UTC

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