Business/Data Librarian

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Created: November 20, 2015


Entrepreneurial and user-focused, the Business/Data Librarian will develop strong relationships with Lehigh faculty and students to further their research, teaching and learning.

The successful candidate will:
  • Develop and evaluate library business and economics electronic resources and data services for curricular and research needs.
  • Provide instructional programs and research assistance, including course-integrated instruction, seminars, course-embedded assistance, orientation, and consulting with individual faculty and students.
  • Coordinate licensing, purchasing, renewal and documentation for databases licensed by the College of Business of Business and Economics for College use, in concert with faculty and staff.
  • Provide data support to faculty and students, primarily in the College of Business and Economics (CBE), including data exporting and importing, and discovery of and documentation for datasets.
  • Serve ex officio on the CBE faculty database committee, working with faculty to select, purchase and manage resources and data in support of their own teaching and research.

  • MS in Library/Information Science or equivalent combination of education and experience; subject background in the social sciences, business or economics.
  • Knowledge of and experience with statistical software, specifically STATA, SAS, or SPSS. Experience with research datasets and data management preferred.
  • Three to five years related work experience.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Successful completion of standard background checks including but not limited to: social security verification, education verification, national criminal background checks, as well as motor vehicle driving record and credit history depending on the specific requirements of the position.
  • Commencement of review of applications extended to Dec. 1, 2015.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  Salary in the upper 50’s to mid 60’s.


Published: Friday, November 20, 2015 11:14 UTC

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