Job Posting: Opportunities at the NIH Library: webmaster and user experience opportunities at the NIH Library
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Library is pleased to announce employment opportunities for exceptional candidates to serve as:
Technical Information Specialist (two vacancies, GS-1412-11/12/13, FPL 13), posting period December 1 – December 10, 2021
Applicants who are members of the public: Announcement number: NIH-ORS-DE-22-11281214 https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/623634500
Applicants who already federal employees or who are otherwise eligible as a status applicant, or through an OPM interchange agreement:
Announcement number: NIH-ORS-MP-22-11300752https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/623635600
If you have experience providing technical services and want to play a significant role in a dynamic organization, then consider joining the NIH Library team.
- Responsible for application administration and configuration of the library’s digital library applications, including the Drupal-based website, library catalog, link resolver and remote access services.
- Responsible for interoperability of the website with external web services and content, ensuring a seamless and intuitive discovery experience for the NIH Library user.
- Tests, evaluates and documents new or updated software, modifications, or other changes to the NIH Library website and the overall digital library environment.
- Participates in digital library development, automation, and usability, collaborating with stakeholders to determine project goals, optimal design strategy, and information architecture.
- Participates in administering the technology infrastructure contracts, including the integrated library catalog; annual maintenance contracts for library-held hardware and software, and web development contracts.
For more information about the NIH Library, visit https://www.nihlibrary.nih.gov/agency/nih
Potential applicants can reach out to John Doyle, Acting Director, at email@example.com to clarify application procedures and position duties.
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John P. Doyle, MSI
Acting Director, National Institutes of Health Library Division of Library Services Office of Research Services Bldg 10, 1L-19A, MSC 1150 Bethesda, MD 20892