This position is part of the Office of Facilities and Administrative Services, Office of the Secretary of Interior. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing and maintaining the Library's legal and legislative collection (inventorying existing collection, requesting new editions and updates, etc.) to ensure that the most current information is available.Learn more about this agency
- Oversees and maintains the Library's legal and legislative collection (inventorying existing collection, requesting new editions and updates, etc.) to ensure that the most current information is available.
- Keeps abreast of the Interior Department's legal and legislative initiatives to ensure that the Library's law collection and services meet agency needs.
- Evaluates and selects new materials to be acquired for the Library's collection, based on special knowledge of legal focus of the Department and its bureaus, agencies, and offices.
- Serves as the legal and legislative research liaison for the Interior Department's Solicitor's Office meeting the reference needs of attorneys, paralegals, and other Solicitor's office staff.
- Produces and distributes to Departmental staff the Library's bimonthly "Law Update", highlighting major law review articles, federal and state court cases, and Presidential documents.
- Teaches training courses for Library patrons to assist them on the use of the Library's legal and legislative print and electronic collections.
- Participates in the regularly scheduled staffing of the Library's Reference Desk, answering patron questions and requests from Interior Department staff, federal agency employees, and the general public.
- Plans and sets up new exhibits highlighting the Department of the Interior and materials in the Library collection in the Library's front entrance display cases.
This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/531029600. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.