The National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) Office at the Library of Congress is recruiting a Supervisory Information Technology Specialist.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
Plays a key role in formulating long-range policies and in developing and implementing strategies and management guidelines for complex and changing digital library information technology systems, policies, best practices, and standards. Provides high level programmatic and technical advice and counsel to top management and other key officials on matters relating to new or modified digital library initiatives, policies, projects, and programs that affect or relate to current and existing library universal holdings policy, and life cycle management functions. Plans and carries out digital library project and programs, resolving conflicts which arise, integrating and coordinating the work of other projects and programs as necessary and interpreting policy in terms of established objectives. Participates on agency, Federal, and national non-governmental committees, task forces, and groups relative to national and Library of Congress digital library policy and technology planning. Presents policy project status briefings and recommendations concerning long-range LC and/or national digital library plans to top levels of management. Provides first line communications, which includes problem determination, problem resolution, and making recommendations to resolve digital library issues and requirements. Keeps abreast of changing and emerging digital library standards and best practices, trends, relevant technologies, and information technology systems.