Senior/Library Program Officer (Senior/Grant Program Specialist)
United States Institute of Museum and Library Services
Washington, D.C.

This is the position of Senior Grant Program Specialist with responsibility
for priorities within the national digital platform portfolio development
within the Office of Library Services and common applications across the
agency. The incumbent provides expertise internally within the Office of
Library Services and externally on grant programs and other initiatives
relating to ongoing development of digital library infrastructure and services
nationwide. In particular, this specialist will be responsible for a portfolio
of projects related to **digital inclusion**, national digital infrastructure
and capacity with **emphasis on public libraries**. Equally important is the
role the incumbent plays in providing expertise agency-wide on related digital
policy matters such as broadband access.

**Salary Range**  
$77,490.00 to $119,794.00 /Per Year ([GS 12 or 13](

1. Knowledge of key principles institutions and organizations that are leaders
in the field of digital inclusion; knowledge of current research, trends and
challenges in digital inclusion encompassing public access to broadband,
digital literacy and related services.

2. Knowledge of the key venues at which digital inclusion, digital services
and infrastructure in libraries is discussed, including conferences,
educational programs, and other activities; and knowledge of current work to
identify best practices in digital inclusion.

3. Knowledge of the broad range of issues and challenges in library practice,
services, and research.

4. Experience in reviewing, managing or administering an IMLS grant or a
significant portion of a grant from a public or private grant program that
awards grants to libraries and/or to graduate schools of library and
information science.

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