Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release September 3, 1999 STATEMENT BY THE PRESS SECRETARY
President Names Robert A. Bradtke as Executi
ve Secretary

of the National Security Council President Clinton announced the appointment of Robert A. Bradtke as
the Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
Mr. Bradtke is a career Foreign Service Officer with the Department
of State. Formerly, he was assigned as Deputy Chief of Mission at the
American Embassy in London from July 1996. Prior to that assignment, he
was Secretary of State Warren Christopher's Executive Assistant from
1994 to 1996. Mr. Bradtke served in the Department of State's Bureau of
Legislative Affairs from 1990 to 1994, becoming a Deputy Assistant
Secretary in that Bureau in 1992. His overseas assignments include:
Bonn, Moscow, Zagreb and Guyana. From 1982-1983, Mr. Bradtke was an
American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow in the
offices of Senator Mathias and Congressman Cheney. Mr. Bradtke entered
the Foreign Service in 1973.
Mr. Bradtke received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and
did graduate work at the Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins School of

Advanced International Studies and the University of Virginia. He is
married and lives in Bethesda, Maryland. # # #
The former roles of the MLA Executive Secretary and Treasurer are
being combined (pending constitutional process) into a combined
position of "Treasurer/Executive Secretary". This position will be
responsible for a wide range of duties related to the oversight of the
association's business office, especially with respect to the
financial and administrative functions of the Association. These
areas include, but are not limited to, overseeing day-to-day
accounting; signing all Association payments; monitoring the
administrative calendar, membership database,Info:
ResumeId: 1000082902
City/State/Zip: FAIRFAX, VA 22033
Location: VA
Relocate: Y
Years Exp: 20+
Salary: upper 40's
Salary Type: YR
Position Type: P
Executive Bilingual Secretary with extensive experience and knowledge in organizing,
coordinating and providing accurate, timely and successful administrative, logistic and
confidential secretarial support. Self-starter, able to work independently, handle
simultaneous tasks and meet deadlines, set priorities, and work with a wide variety of
people of different cultures. Fluent in Spanish and English; adequate knowledge of
Portuguese. Salary requirements: Upper 40Æs (negotiable).

(Develops speech and language software products, technologies and services). and subscription
services; and acting as a resource to staff, the Board, and members at
large within the organization on these matters.
The Treasurer/Executive Secretary is a non-voting member of the Board
of Directors and an ex-officio voting member of the Development,
Finance, Membership, and Publications Committees, and the Marketing
Subcommittee. The Treasurer/Executive Secretary works closely with
these committees, the Association's administrative office, the
President, and the Board to carry out the business of the Association.
The position requires a dynamic, well-organized individual with at
lreviews the performance of the
Treasurer/Executive Secretary annually. The President reappoints upon
successful review and the desire of the incumbent to continue. This
appointment will commence at the conclusion of the annual meeting in
New York in February 2001.
The deadline for applications is August 1, 2000. Telephone interviews
with the finalists will be held by the Search Committee (Diane Parr
Walker, chair; Jane Gottlieb, Dick Griscom, and Susan Oderwald) during
August 2000. Please send a letter of application and resume with a
list of three professional references by mail or e-mail attachment to:
Diane Parr Walker
Library Administration
University of Virginia
Alderman Library
PO Box 400114
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4114
Please contact any member of the search committee or the chair (at the
e-mail address above or by phone at 804/924-4606) to request
additional information or to offer nominations.
Richard Griscom
University of Illinois Music Library Voice: 217/244-4070
2136 Music Building Fax: 217/244-9097
1114 West Nevada Street
Urbana IL 61801
Deadline: The deadline for applications is May 1, 2002.
Application: The Search Committee (Paula Matthews (Princeton University),
chair; Bonna Boettcher (Bowling Green State University); Ralph Papakhian
(Indiana University); Brad Short (Washington University);
(A-R- Editions, Inc.); Laura Gayle Green (University of Missouri-Kansas
City), ex-officio) will hold telephone interviews with the finalists
during May 2002. Final interviews will be held in Madison, Wisconsin in
conjunction with the MLA Board meeting, scheduled for 7-10 June 2002.
Please send a letter of application and resume with a list of three
professional references by mail or e-mail attachment to: ,
MLA, 8551 Research Way, Suite 180, Middleton, WI 53562. E-mail:
Please contact any member of the search
committee or the chair (at or by phone at
609/258-4251) to request additional information or to offer nominations.