Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management
September 8, 2009 6:51 AM

"The Congressional Research Service (CRS) Office of Legislative Information (LIN) seeks a Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management to plan, design, develop, test, implement, support, maintain, evaluate, and enhance the Legislative Information System of the U.S. Congress ("the LIS") website. The person selected for this position will provide project leadership and develop long-range plans and recommendations for the strategic direction of the LIS in support of the CRS mission. Duties include working with stakeholders to provide strategic planning, customer support, system design, and technical evaluation activities for the LIS and congressional and CRS users of the LIS."

That's the official blurb from USAJOBS. I'm not on the hiring committee or anything, but I do know the folks you'd be working with, so let me know if you have questions. The job would be perfect for a librarian with technical skills, and legislative experience would definitely be a plus.

payscale: $102,721.00 - $133,543.00
job type: full-time
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