Rare Senior Level Job Opportunity at CRS (CRS Deputy Director $165,300)

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    Celia Mendive
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    CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE

    EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP POSITION

    Deputy Director and Senior Specialist

    Senior Level, $165,300

    The Congressional Research Service seeks a senior level executive with experience in overseeing an organization-wide research program to serve as its Deputy Director.

    For nearly a century, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) has provided confidential, authoritative and nonpartisan analyses to Congress to support its legislative deliberations and oversight activities. CRS is located on Capitol Hill, within the Library of Congress, allowing direct access to committees and Members of both the House and Senate. CRS staff work in a collegial, campus-like environment that fosters and encourages collaboration across issues and disciplines.

    If you are an experienced leader with broad knowledge of U.S. public policy issues and a proven track record of efficiently managing organization-wide resources, people and activities while demonstrating good judgment and a strong commitment to confidentiality, we encourage you to apply.

    If you are selected for this challenging role, you will serve as the principal advisor to the CRS Director with an emphasis on overseeing the research planning and management activities of the Service and ensuring that CRS meets Congress’ needs for research and analysis. As the CRS Deputy Director, you will serve as a principal CRS representative to Members, committees and officers of the United States Congress.

    This position is at the Senior Level ($165,300) and candidates must submit an online application by March 22, 2010. For more information on this position and application requirements, please visit: http://www.loc.gov/crsinfo

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