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LIS Job Posting January 11, 2007

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Job Title: Cybrarian
Organization: Employee Education System/Veterans Health Administration
Location: St. Louis, Missouri, Washington D.C., Salt Lake City, Utah,
Description: GS 11/12 CYBRARIAN: The Employee
Education System of the Veterans Health Administration is seeking an
organized and hardworking Cybrarian to work in the Salt Lake City, UT,
St. Louis, MO or Washington D.C Office. The Employee Education System
is part of the Veterans Health Administration which produces,
broadcasts, and facilitates employee education for VA Employees who
work in health care.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent develops and maintains DVA-specific
taxonomies to be used with the educational resources metadata and
applies to educational resources (courses, learning objects and media
assets). Creates a system to maintain EES metadata and instructional
and health care classification taxonomies, keeping them current and
relevant.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have one year of experience at the GS 9 level plus
a bachelor’s degree or 3 full years of progressively higher level
graduate education or doctoral degree related to the position.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary is at GS 9 level based upon qualifications and experience then it progresses to GS 11/12.

Application Information:TO APPLY: Go to USAJOBS.com for announcement and where to send application. Announcement # DS128728-SS
POC for this is Valerie Akins at (512) 326-6067 valarie.atkins@va.gov

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