Program Specialist (Systems Librarian)
The Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center (NAVCC) nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains is seeking an innovative and enthusiastic Systems Librarian who will play a key role in enhancing and supporting NAVCC’s collection management and workflow systems and applications, and optimizing integration and interoperability in order to enable efficient workflows and quality services that meet the needs of a diverse community of users. We seek candidates who are excited to work in a collaborative and user-centered team environment inside a facility custom built for the storage and preservation of the largest collection of audiovisual materials in the world. At the GS-13 level, the incumbent will report to NAVCC for the first year and then provide services as applicable to Collections Discovery and Metadata Services Group (CDMS) through implementation of projects involving activities relating to the Library Collections and Services Group (LCSG) information technology goals.
The Systems Librarian coordinates and facilitates activities through implementation of projects involving the library’s audiovisual collections management and workflow systems, library services platform, other enterprise systems, and web enabled applications. Individually, and in collaboration with information technology specialists in the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), vendors and user organization experts, the incumbent develops and coordinates major program components that include information technology support for acquisitions, loans, preservation services, cataloging and resource discovery, inventory and collection management. The Systems Librarian acts as a liaison with library and archive professionals, information technology specialists in OCIO, and various working groups throughout the Library involved in technologies and systems supporting the Library’s mission. The incumbent plans, coordinates, and manages a wide variety of complex projects and activities related to current and new releases of the various Library systems.
Last updated: Friday, March 24, 2023 22:59 UTC