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Collection and Organizational Data Analysis (CODA) Librarian
Professional Librarian Vacancy
The Northwestern University Library seeks a forward-thinking, intellectually curious individual to provide institution-wide leadership and support for the analysis and assessment of the Library's collections activities and for the gathering, archiving, interpretation, and use of various other organizational metrics. The work of the collection and organizational data analysis (CODA) librarian will enable and support evidence-based decisions related to budget planning and allocation, collection building and management, vendor selection and performance, and service assessment. The CODA librarian will design and produce research reports based on internal library measurements, university institutional statistics, and national and comparative data. He or she will develop and manage a suite of services, records, and tools known as the office of library organizational research. Reporting to the Head, Electronic Resources and Collection Analysis Department, the CODA librarian will work in collaboration with subject specialists, library administrators, and other library staff, as well as with representatives of other university offices with related responsibilities. It is anticipated that he or she will also act as a selector and/or academic liaison for an assigned discipline or collection.
Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.