Ithaka S+R is seeking a Senior Analyst within the Library and Scholarly Communications program. This position will work with a variety of colleagues, leaders, and researchers, managing their inputs and helping deliver projects on time and under budget. The growing team offers unique opportunities for a candidates research skills and project management talent to play a vital role in helping the academic and cultural communities serve the public good and navigate economic, technological, and demographic change.
Team members in the Library and Scholarly Communication program conduct and publish major research projects and consult with academic libraries, scholarly publishers, learned societies, and museums. Ithaka helps these organizations better support scholarship, instruction, and student success by empowering them to gather and to utilize evidence that supports good strategic decision-making about direction and service offerings.
Applications from people who have been impacted by the criminal-legal system are highly encouraged. Any combination of professional experience, volunteer work, coursework, and other transferable skills may be applied toward these qualifications.
Interested candidates can submit their resume, a detailed cover letter, salary requirements, and a writing sample demonstrating your ability to distill and communicate complex information (examples might include: dissertation or thesis chapter, article (academic or journalistic), report, white paper, policy brief).