Emerging Technologies Librarian at Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is recruiting an Emerging Technologies Librarian. Salary range:$105,211-$136,771.

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The Emerging Technologies Librarian coordinates and facilitates the design, development and deployment of information technology to support a multijurisdictional legal web presence known conceptually as the One World Law Library (OWLL), a portal to and repository of local, state, tribal, national, international legal and legislative information. By aligning with Library of Congress web developments, OWLL leverages semantic and other conceptual and relational web technologies and utilizes content integration strategies such as federated and aggregated searching technologies to provide access to global legislative, legal and law related information. The incumbent collaborates with internal and external information technologists, law librarians and legal and other information professionals to design and implement Library of Congress approved enterprise and information architectures; identifies state-of-the-art web technologies to be deployed by information technologists; coordinates efforts through libraries and information service providers to define and promote national and international metadata and data modeling standards for legal and legislative information.

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