The National Archives has posted two new senior executive positions: 1) Legislative Archives, Presidential Libraries, and Museum Services; and 2) Research Services. Applications for both positions are open through March 15, 2011.
The Research Services Executives reports to the Chief Operating Officer and is charged with providing world-class services to customers wanting to access NARA’s accessioned Federal records. This executive is responsible for integrating the scope and management of archival and preservation-related functions for Federal records currently performed by the Office of Records Services-Washington, DC and the Office of Regional Records Services. This consolidation fosters a cohesive, collaborative national program, oriented toward public access of Federal records, that relies upon collaboration of staff teams across geographic and unit-specific boundaries, and a formal management team uniting oversight of archival operations nationwide. Fundamentally, program priorities are founded upon new, formalized methods of listening to, identifying, and meeting customer needs.