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Thursday, August 31, 2017

P/T - Reference Librarian I, Garden City Lib (NY)

The Garden City Public Library in Garden City, NY is seeking a Part Time Reference Librarian I.


PURPOSE: Seeking a dynamic and experienced Librarian I to provide the community with the best possible materials, reference, and information services available. The person in this position will work under the direct supervision of the Reference Department Supervisors.



The position requires 12-17 hours per week.  Including Wednesday evenings (4:00-9:00 pm), occasional Saturdays, to be part of the Sunday rotation schedule, and additional day and night hours as needed.


Starting Date:  Immediate



●Provide assistance to patrons with reference and reader’s advisory services through print and electronic resources.

●Responsible for scheduled coverage at the Reference Desk.

●Assist with collection development.

●Perform other duties as assigned such as covering YA when needed.



●M.L.S. from an A.L.A. accredited library school.

●Prior adult reference services experience in a public library is preferred.

●Excellent computer and organizational skills as related to libraries is required.

●Electronic database and Internet searching experience is required.

●Knowledge of Innovative Interfaces, Inc. (Sierra), our Integrated Library System is a plus.

●Commitment to excellent customer service.


Starting: The starting salary is  $29.46.

This is a civil service position. We are a member of the New York State Retirement System.


Please send resume and cover letter to Laura Flanagan, email:


Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Taxonomist, Healthify (Temp) (NY)

Taxonomist (Contract)

New York, United States · Resource Network


Healthify is looking for a contract Taxonomist to help build, implement, and manage its taxonomy. This is an opportunity for a Taxonomist with some teaching or mentorship experience to educate its team on the basics of researching, prototyping, and continuously refining a taxonomy. The ideal candidate for this position is able to work six days across two weeks from its New York City office.

About Us

At Healthify we're fundamentally rethinking how healthcare organizations and communities work together to connect struggling populations to social services.

Our founding team of technologists and social workers came from a background of working with vulnerable patients in Baltimore hospitals. They saw how social needs - like access to food and housing - dramatically impacted healthcare outcomes and costs, and were driven to create Healthify with the mission of building a world where no one’s health is hindered by their need. Our products are now used by some of the country’s largest healthcare organizations.

Since our founding, we’ve been backed by impact investors and VCs - from Kapor Capital to Primary Venture Partners - and we’ve built a team that’s both diverse and mission driven. We enjoy meeting people who share in our commitment to agility, cultivating a thoughtful and safe work environment, and who are results focused. Individuals from marginalized and underrepresented communities are highly encouraged to get in touch.

About the Role
The Taxonomist will:
  • Research (including user interviews), analyze, and design systems that address customer needs and concerns
  • Work with stakeholders so they better understand the taxonomy process, workflows, and implementation frameworks
  • Work with our team to create, implement, and manage taxonomies, clear term definitions, and relationships
  • Make suggestions for improvement using inputs from various search, knowledge base and application use reports
  • Recommend new technologies that may enhance taxonomy management capabilities
  • Deliver documentation on the development and use of taxonomies and related tools


About You
  • Documented professional experience building and managing taxonomies
  • Previous experience mentoring and/or teaching others the basics of researching and designing taxonomies
  • Comfortable conducting user interviews

To Read Full Posting and Apply:

Friday, August 25, 2017

P/T - Evening & Weekend Ref Librarian, Pace Univ (NY)

Part-time Evening and Weekend Reference Librarian - Pace University
Pace University seeks an energetic, progressive librarian reporting to the Head of Research and
Information Services. This part-time position provides the educational, research, and information
needs to all students, staff, and faculty during evening/weekend hours, as well as participates in
projects and initiatives with the reference team.
Provide comprehensive reference, research, and referral services, in a team based, client centered
environment. Teach and assist users with the intricacies of electronic and other information retrieval.
Provide one-on-one research consultations (by appointment and drop-in) with Pace University
students and faculty. Assist with other library projects, assignments, and initiatives as designated by
the Head of Research and Information Services, Westchester.
MLS from ALA accredited institution. Demonstrated experience in a library reference setting, having
familiarity with the concepts, goals, and methods of traditional and electronic reference services;
well-developed online searching skill; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational
skills; commitment to excellence in service and a demonstrated ability to work independently as well
as collaboratively.
Pleasantville, New York
To Apply
For consideration, apply using application URL only.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Sr Knowledge Mgmt Bus Analyst, Ropes & Gray (Various, incl. NY)

Ropes & Gray is seeking a Senior Knowledge Management Business Analyst. This position will be located in either its NY or Boston office.


Responsible for gathering, analyzing and documenting business and functional requirements for custom KM applications. Incumbent will be proficient at conducting stakeholder interviews, evaluating business processes, developing detailed current and future state analyses and workflows, developing use cases to fully document user needs and writing clear, specific requirements documentation.  The Sr. KM Business Analyst will also develop and maintain personas for the different groups who use KM solutions to ensure that we have a shared understanding of how different roles use information from various systems in their day to day work. The senior analyst will work closely with our product managers, UX strategist and application developers to ensure that KM solutions are developed to provide business users with well-designed solutions. 

  1. Work with business stakeholders to understand their methods of working. Analyze root cause of the problem or issue that requires resolution, assess and prioritize competing business needs and translate these business needs into formal requirements.
  2. Develop detailed requirements documentation including current state & gap analysis, functional specifications, detailed use cases, well-defined user roles/permissions, detailed workflows, and environmental/system requirements.
  3. Develop and maintain detailed personas for each role that uses KM solutions to provide the necessary business context for the UX strategist and development team.
  4. Conduct formal requirement reviews with project team including UX strategist, product managers and application developers.Provide guidance, seek clarification from stakeholders and provide updates throughout the design, development and testing phases of projects.
  5. Document post-production enhancements and change requests and work with product manager to prioritize and schedule their implementation. Ensure issues are identified, tracked, reported on and resolved in a timely manner. Communicate needed changes to product managers and development team.
  6. May perform quality assurance testing, design and execute test scripts and test scenarios.
  • Performs other work-related duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, information science or related field.
  • Minimum 7 years of experience as business analyst for custom application development work using both Agile and Waterfall approaches.
  • Strong experience in business analysis techniques such as gathering requirements through interviews, workshops or modeling processes and use cases.
  • Expert at writing detailed, actionable requirements and functional specifications.
  • Proficient in documenting use cases and process flow diagrams.
  • Exceptional attention to detail, strong analytical, troubleshooting and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to quickly develop an understanding of the overall business and technical contexts. Must be able to see big picture and understand how new requests could leverage or integrate with existing tools and technologies.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal & communication skills, demonstrated technical writing skills.  Must be able to explain complex concepts and provide clear instructions and effectively collaborate with technical and non-technical teams.
  • Solid understanding of software development principles and concepts
  • Working knowledge of relational databases, data-centric algorithms and/or rule based systems is important
  • Working knowledge of web-based search technology and prior experience with search-based applications is helpful.
  • Law firm and/or professional services experience. Understanding of knowledge management principles helpful.
  • Must be a strong self-starter and a team player
  • Experience testing/QA of applications is important. Experience with HP ALM Quality Center desired.
  • Ability to organize, plan and carry out multiple projects simultaneously.
Normal office environment and schedule.  Must be able to travel to other offices as needed.

To read full posting and apply, visit

Head Librarian, Center for Fiction (NY)

The Center for Fiction—the nation’s only nonprofit organization devoted exclusively to fiction—seeks a Head Librarian and Bookstore Manager. The successful candidate will help lead the Center’s move from its current Midtown location to a state of the art facility opening next year in Brooklyn. The Head Librarian reports to the Center’s Executive Director and manages one part-time assistant and interns.


·      Manages 75,000-volume library collection and independent bookstore.

·      Supervises part-time library assistant and interns. (Recruits and trains new interns seasonally.)

·      Manages collection development, circulation, reader’s advisory, and technical services at the library.

·      Programs seasonal book-discussion groups led by writers and academics.

·      Collaborates with and supports the Center’s other programming areas, including public events, writing workshops, and fundraising.

·      Leads the evaluation and preservation of the 19th Century collections of the Mercantile Library and Philadelphia Athenaeum.

·      Works closely with the development office on proposals related to the archive and collections

·      Oversees The Center’s Books for NYC Schools program

·      Writes a monthly column for the Center’s web site.

·      Orders and returns books for events.

·      Oversees membership processing and renewals.


·      An ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS degree.

·      At least three years of supervisory experience in a library.

·      A passion for fiction in all genres.

·      Programming experience.

·      Grant-writing experience.

·      Ability to work collaboratively with other staff members.

·      Experience with rare books and manuscripts a plus.

Send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to No phone calls, please.



Instruction & Info Literacy Librarian, Touro College (NY)

Touro College is seeking an Instruction & Information Literacy Librarian for its Midtown Library.
JOB SUMMARY: Instruction & Information Literacy Librarian
In collaboration with the Library Information Literacy Director, the Instruction & Information Literacy Librarian will interact with students and faculty, and participate in creating an active instructional program. The librarian will teach both on ground and online classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Teaches information literacy and research skills classes in face-to-face and online learning environments, including a semester course
  • Designs a variety of face-to-face and online instructional materials using current tools
  • Manages the library’s Social Media platforms
  • Assists in incorporating information literacy into the curriculum
  • Assists in assessing students’ information literacy skills
  • Occasional evening hours
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
Education, Preparation, and Training
  • Degree Master’s Degree from an ALA-accredited institution
  • At least __1_______years of instruction experience in an academic library 
  • Experience working with a diverse student and faculty population
  • Understanding the emerging technologies and their applications in an academic library environment
  • Demonstrated knowledge of learning theory and information literacy trends
  • Effective communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
  • Comfortable in writing and editing for grammar and punctuation 
  • Familiarity with learning management systems, such as Blackboard
  • Familiarity with web conferencing software, such as Adobe Connect or Zoom
  • Skilled in creating and maintaining content management systems, such as  LibGuides
  • Creativity, flexibility and the ability to work in a team based environment is important
  • Experience in web and multimedia technologies, including production tools like Camtasia is preferred

 Physical Demands
  • Extensive Use of Computers
  • Extensive time sitting and standing
  • Able to lift up to 5 lbs
 Computer Skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook

  •  Travel to Touro sites may be required
If interested, please send cover letter and resume to 

Business Research Consultant, Wells Fargo (Various, incl. NY)

Business Research Consultant (Analytic Consultant 2)
Charlotte, NC; New York, NY; San Francisco, CA
Job Opening ID:
Job Description
Participate on a centralized team (Information Research Services) of Research Consultants and Analysts responsible for providing valuable business research within the Wholesale Bank, with primary focus on Corporate & Investment Banking, Middle Market Banking, and Small Business Banking. The primary goal of Information Research Services is to extend WF’s competitive edge by positioning our professionals to successfully do the following:
1. Understand their clients (i.e., credit/risk assessments, prospecting, market intelligence, relationship & portfolio management, public information books - PIBS).
2. Pitch engagements or compete for business (i.e., preparation and pitchbooks).
3. Execute deals/transactions (i.e., confidential information memorandums, prospectuses, lender’s presentations, advisory, hedges, etc.).
Research Consultant will serve as a senior member of the team, and report to the Head of Information Research Services.
 Utilize a variety of online resources to help fulfill the daily volume of ad-hoc requests for research.
 Focus on complex research requests including industry & market research, M&A data analytics, real estate research, topical research/studies, comprehensive research projects, vendor comparisons & assessments, and global research.
 Support the training, growth and development of junior members of the team (e.g., Research Analysts). Research Consultants will regularly consult with clients on clarifying, fine-tuning or narrowing requests to help manage expectations and improve search results.
 Support team lead with administrative initiatives and other special projects including online tool development, work-flow queue oversight, marketing, training (e.g., LOB clients), LOB outreach & relationship management, and vendor management & development.
 A typical day will consist of reviewing requests, sourcing & screening information, and distributing material in a time sensitive manner.
 With innovation and continuous improvement at the forefront, Research Consultant will help team monitor sources for relevance and effectiveness; identify appropriate resources consistent with the developing research needs of the client; and help evaluate ways to improve internal operating processes.
DIVISIONAL INFORMATION Marketing leads the development of integrated marketing strategies across Wells Fargo's 90 plus business lines and national geography. The group is responsible for strengthening our brand reputation, preference, and differentiation through strategy and advertising, database and experiential marketing, digital programs and product development, and market research and related customer analytics We strive to establish life-long relationships with our customers and propel Wells Fargo to be among the most trusted and admired brands.
Required Qualifications
4+ years of reporting experience, analytics experience, or a combination of both; or a BS/BA degree or higher in a quantitative field such as applied math, statistics, engineering, physics, accounting, finance, economics, econometrics, computer sciences, or business/social and behavioral sciences with a quantitative emphasis and 2+ years of reporting experience, analytics experience, or a combination of both
Desired Qualifications
 Strong analytical skills with high attention to detail and accuracy
 Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
 Ability to execute in a fast paced, high demand, environment while balancing multiple priorities
Ability to interact with integrity and a high level of professionalism with all levels of team members and management
 Intermediate Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) skills
 Master of Library & Information Science (MLIS) with investigative and research skills
 4 years of experience performing research in a financial institution; or exposure to investment banking, and/or market data
 Knowledge of online sources including but not limited to S&P, Moody’s, Fitch, MergerMarket, Thomson Reuters, Dow Jones, Frost & Sullivan, LexisNexis, CoStar, Euromonitor, and Dunn & Bradstreet
 Experience in researching across a broad range of industries and entities, including consumer products; energy; financial institutions; technology; financial sponsors; healthcare; industrial growth; media & telecom; and private equity
 Broad knowledge of capital markets deal execution process and standards
 Motivated; self-starter; proactive
 Ability to organize and manage a diverse range of assignments and projects with high efficiency, yet thorough attention to detail and follow through
 Demonstrates excellent research skills, including patience to achieve successful research results
 Resourceful and independent, but comfortable working within a team-oriented environment
Apply Today
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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Network and Systems Specialist II, Half Hollow Hills Lib (NY)

Network and Systems Specialist II

Half Hollow Hills Community Library, located in Dix Hills and Melville, NY is looking for a Network and Systems Specialist II.  You will work in a friendly, fast-paced environment with an emphasis on discovering new technologies while keeping up with our current network needs.  Innovation and problem-solving work together in the Digital Services Department; the ideal candidate understands the ultimate importance of customer relations, and keeps an eye on what is possible now and in the future.  Duties also include staff training, supervision, and participation in meetings and conferences.  Knowledge of Windows Active Directory, Microsoft Office 365, and network and PC maintenance is expected. Competitive starting salary. 
Contact Ellen Druda at if you are interested.

F/T - Librarian, Cathedral Seminary House (NY)

The Cathedral Seminary House of Formation in Douglaston, NY is seeking a full-time Librarian.


Salary Grade: 12                 

Department/Agency: Cathedral Seminary House of Formation

Supervisor: Cathedral Seminary House of Formation Rector



The Librarian is responsible for the overall operation of the library, which provides information services to faculty, seminarians, students, administrators, staff, candidates in the diaconate formation program, and the senior priests at the Mugavero Residence. The Librarian will perform administrative and technical duties requiring accuracy and attention to details.  The Librarian develops, maintains, and provides access to and instruction in library resources and information.



·         Maintain seminary library’s operations, which include cataloging, reference services, acquisitions, collection development, course reserves, and inter-library loan services.

·         Work with faculty to achieve library and institutional goals

·         Assist and mentor part-time seminary student workers.

·         Provide instruction for library users in the use of library resources.

·         Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with the seminary libraries in Dunwoodie and Huntington.

·         Maintain the vendor relations for all electronic, print and integrated library systems.

·         Ensure that the library continues to meet its requirements for the accreditation standards.

·         Assist in the creation and implementation of library policies.

·         Oversee and maintain the seminary’s website and web presence for content and quality.

·         Maintain monthly report detailing library fees, such as late fees, lost book fees, copier and printer fees.

·         Assist in the maintenance of the library’s budget.

·         Assists in maintaining the safety and security of the library and all library materials with an emphasis on expensive equipment (i.e., televisions, computers, photocopiers, etc.).

·         Performs other tasks as assigned by the Rector.



·         Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited institution, or in the process of attaining their library science degree from an accredited program.

·         It is preferable to have experience working in philosophical and/or theological education or library experience.

·         Familiarity and knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church, its tenets, structure, beliefs and attitudes, with particular understanding to the Catholic Church within the Diocese of Brooklyn.

·         Must have knowledge of integrated library systems and experience in the use of relevant modules (cataloging, circulation, course reserves, and serials management).

·         Must have proficiency in the usage of electronic databases.

·         Mandatory execution of Confidentiality Agreement.

·         Computer proficiency; Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Google mail and Google Calendar.

·         Must possess excellent communication (written and oral) and organizational skills.

Cover letter and resume should be sent to:
Fr. George Sears
Rector of the Seminary