Supervisory Librarian @ The Congressional Research Service (CRS)

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) seeks a Supervisory Librarian for its Knowledge Services Group (KSG). The selectee will supervise a team of digital and knowledge services librarians engaged in information and knowledge management activities. The supervisory librarian collaborates with stakeholders in CRS to identify opportunities and requirements for managing information and/or knowledge, develops and manages projects, and resolves issues.

The Supervisory Librarian will work with information professionals, analysts, attorneys, and information technology staff to investigate and recommend methodologies, tools and services to solve highly complex program issues or problems and to facilitate the use of relevant data, information and knowledge in research and analysis.  Review potential options and recommend innovative solutions to provide information services to internal and congressional clients. Create and coordinate activities that involve highly complex problems and/or special requirements to develop, integrate, and organize content to meet user requirements.  Lead the integration of new features and technologies into websites and portals. In addition, evaluate results and documents best practices, applying standard and emerging practices of librarianship and other fields and disciplines as they relate to information and knowledge management.

Candidates with experience and knowledge of current and emerging practices or librarianship or other fields and disciplines related to information and knowledge management are encouraged to apply.

CRS is fully committed to workforce diversity. Interested applicants must apply online