Tuesday, December 06, 2016
Legislative Aide - Connecticut State Library
Legislative Aide - Connecticut State Library Bill Room. Job Description: As an employee of the principal Law Library in the State of CT, the individual in this position will learn the legislative process by working with highly skilled government professionals. The Bill Room is part of the Law & Legislative Reference Department at the Connecticut State Library, which is located in the State Supreme Court Building across the street from the State Capitol. Staff provide legal and legislative reference services to members of the Bench, the Bar, State Agencies, students and faculty as well as the general public. Duties of this position primarily include organizing legislative bills along with accompanying amendments, roll call votes, etc. and scanning older bill files for inclusion in the State’s permanent archive of sessional General Assembly material associated with the legislative process. Other tasks dependent on interest and time may include visiting legislative offices to acquire timely legislative documents, tracking bills via CGALites (the Connecticut General Assembly's intranet), attending public hearings covering an area of personal interest, and special projects as needed. Position coincides with the 2017 regular Legislative session (beginning on January 4 and ending June 7, 2017). Pay rate is approximately $12/hr subject to a slight increase. Hours are somewhat flexible to accommodate school/other life commitments. Position is funded up to 40 hours per week. Please submit your cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Steve Mirsky: firstname.lastname@example.org.