Job announcement: National Library of Medicine

Preliminary Announcement
The National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, will be recruiting for the position of Chief of the History of Medicine Division.  The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is the world’s largest medical library and a major organizational component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and is responsible for collecting, preserving, and promoting the dissemination of information important to the progress of medicine and public health, both nationally and internationally.  The History of Medicine Division (HMD), a major component of Library Operations, NLM, (1) selects, acquires, processes, preserves, and gives access to rare books, manuscripts, archives, images, historical audiovisuals, and electronic materials in the field of biomedicine; (2) promotes scholarship in the history of medicine using the NLM historical collections; (3) develops and promotes the use of K-12 curriculum materials associated with exhibitions; (4) develops, promotes, and travels exhibitions to libraries across America; and (5) develops and promotes original scholarship to support innovative and interactive onsite and online exhibition and digital programs.  As Chief of the HMD, the incumbent directs and manages all activities of the Division.     
This is a Supervisory Historian, GS-170-15, position with a salary range from $123,758 to $155,500 including locality pay per annum.  For complete vacancy announcement information and application instructions, go to the NLM website at  Applications must be received by 11:59 pm on the closing date of the announcement.
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Published in: on April 25, 2011 at 2:24 pm  Leave a Comment  

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