Assistant Library Network Coordinator, Arctic Slope Mission Services LLC , Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC

Job Title: Assistant Library Network Coordinator
Job: Administrative Services
Job Level: Individual Contributor/Non-Management
Job Type: Standard
Primary Location: United States-NC, United States-Research Triangle Park, NC, United States
Education Level: Master’s Degree
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day Job / 1st Shift
Travel: No

Arctic Slope Mission Services (ASMS) LLC, a subsidiary of ASRC Federal, is seeking an Assistant Library Network Coordinator to support our on-going programs on site at the Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, in Research Triangle Park, NC.

Arctic Slope Mission Services holds a nationwide contract for library and records management services with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. ASMS librarians, records managers and support staff collect, organize and maintain library and records materials; assist EPA and external customers with document delivery/ILL, reference and research services, etc.

Key Role:
Assist in the collection and dissemination of information on library and information management issues to Network participants, helping to maintain current Network mailing lists and communicate vehicles such as the consortium listserv, participate in library workgroups, and support the Network Coordinator in compiling technical information.

Assist in the preparation of agendas and meeting reports documenting events and issues presented at Library Network teleconferences, assisting in the preparation of the proceedings of the Annual Librarians Meeting and an Annual Report on the Library Network.

Support analysis of library/information management problems and assisting in the development, editing, and reconciliation of stakeholder comments or recommendations for procedures and strategies to meet library management program needs for large, complex organizations.

Participate in the evaluation and development of recommended procedures in all areas of library management i.e. physical space, digitization, cataloging, public access, research, disaster response and emergency continuity of operations.
Support the Library Network Coordinator in developing of long-term solutions to major library/information management problems such as; national catalog systems, inventory of entire collections, retrospective cataloging needs, or conducting a baseline study.

Contribute to Network Coordination activities including, but not limited to, facilitating webinars, producing marketing materials, creating surveys, and participating in outreach initiatives.

Prepare monthly and yearly statistical reports for activities and maintain Library Network websites while meeting accessibility standards.

Basic Qualifications:
A Master’s degree in Library Science or equivalent

2 plus years of library experience required with additional administrative support experience preferred

Familiarity with information technology as related to library services and library management principles

Experience preparing analytic reports and compiling statistics
Demonstrated ability to work successfully in a team environment and independently
Proficiency with MS Excel, databases, and office applications

US Citizenship or Permanent Resident status and ability to pass a government sponsored background check required

Additional Qualifications:
Experience with discovery systems and content management systems preferred
Experience with MS SharePoint preferred

To Apply

For more information regarding this position please contact Rachel Holderied, Library Network Coordinator at
ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law

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