New York University Libraries is seeking a librarian to support the needs of data-intensive financial and economic researchers at New York University (NYU).

The Financial & Economic Data Analysis Librarian guides faculty, students, and staff with data analysis software; statistical and qualitative data analysis techniques; and data collection, management, and visualization. This position conceptualizes, develops, deploys, and assesses frontline data support services tailored to members of the Stern School of Business and the broader business, economics, and entrepreneurship research community at NYU. The successful candidate may serve as the primary subject liaison to one or more departments at NYU, depending upon background and interest.

The Financial & Economic Data Analysis Librarian position is a tenure-track position that reports to the Head of the Library’s Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship department. This individual will collaborate closely with peers inside the Division of Libraries and across related units within the greater University. Collaboration, instruction, and data support services will incorporate critical analyses of data that unveil and respond to deep-seated social inequalities, and will be informed by Division-wide commitments to diversity and inclusion and anti-racism.

Apply by February 21 and join our fantastic team!