The Librarian (Law) position is responsible for providing in-depth, comprehensive legal and multidisciplinary research, collection maintenance and development, orientation and training in using Library resources and services, and has broad programmatic responsibilities for long-term projects that affect the overall effectiveness of the Department of Justice Libraries.Learn more about this agency
The following duties and responsibilities reflect requirements at the full performance level of the position (GS-13). At the GS-9, 11, and 12 levels, applicants will receive training, development, and/or increased supervision to eventually perform successfully at the full performance level of the position.
- Provides comprehensive legal and legislative reference services to customers.
- Solves complex problems that involve relationships among different library reference functions.
- Provides training and public awareness to customers regarding US Department of Justice legal and legislative library programs and services.
- Designs, configures, implements, and evaluates automated library systems to improve services.
- Creates and updates material for library websites, and ensures it adheres to all Department guidelines
- Advises and trains experienced librarians in new and emerging library technologies, references, or related information.
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