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ITHAKA Overview

New York, NY
201 to 500 employees
1995
Nonprofit Organization
Internet
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
ITHAKA is a not-for-profit organization that helps the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways. ITHAKA provides three innovative services that benefit the academic community: JSTOR ... Read more

Mission: Making the World Smarter

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    JSTOR Labs

    At JSTOR Labs, we partner with publishers, libraries and labs to create tools for researchers, teachers and students that are immediately useful - and a little bit magical.

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    Ithaka S+R, OCLC Research to examine how universities, libraries are changing

    How do you measure the impact of a library when the number of books on its shelves is no longer its defining characteristic? The research arms of Ithaka and the library collaborative OCLC have launched a joint project to find out.

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ITHAKA – Why Work For Us?


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We are a dynamic, passionate team continually looking for new talent.

  • Careers
    ITHAKA currently offers exciting career opportunities to motivated and innovative people who thrive in a results-driven and energetic work environment. We are enthusiastic about our mission and our culture, which is based on collaboration, transparency, and the desire to provide exceptional products and services to the community.
     
  • Benefits
    ITHAKA offers a robust benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and other great benefits at little to no cost. Benefits-eligible employees also receive generous paid time off for vacation, sick, personal days, and holidays.
     
  • Learning
    Committed to helping our employees grow professionally and personally, ITHAKA provides continuous development opportunities through mentorship, training and seminars, on-the-job learning, and tuition reimbursement.


A look at our core beliefs and practices

  • Academic Values
    We are fully engaged members of the academic community, and our principles derive from the universities, colleges, libraries, scholarly societies and other institutions around the world that we serve. Our fundamental aim is to support the advancement of research, teaching, and learning worldwide.

     

  • Innovative Uses of Technology
    Rapidly advancing technologies enable the academic community to accelerate the impact of its work. We facilitate and implement new, advanced approaches and services to enhance impact while serving academic values.

     

  • Working from “Within”
    The institutions that form and support the academic community provide deep and enduring value. We believe that helping these institutions transform themselves by making the best use of new technologies offers the greatest benefit for society.

     

  • Economic Sustainability
    Big ideas must be incubated over time and implemented in stages to ensure viability. This demands thoughtful attention to scale, impact, and finances. At ITHAKA, ensuring sustainable impact is our primary objective.


Staff at ITHAKA are committed to helping our local communities and having fun doing it. We are happy to take part in New York Cares Winter Wishes.

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    Pros

    I worked for JSTOR, a division of ITHAKA that has wonderful leadership at the very top, as well as a truly collaborative and supportive environment on the editorial side. There are many new and exciting things going on at JSTOR, and very smart people doing good work.

    Cons

    1. Sometimes it seems like the organization wants to take bold steps to change, but simultaneously feels bound to the way it currently operates. 2. Depending on where you fall in the structure, there may not be many opportunities for growth beyond mid level.

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ITHAKA Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through other source. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at ITHAKA (Ann Arbor, MI).

    Interview

    Applied via career site and got a callback really soon. 3 Interviews and the questions were really basic.

    But i was really unhappy about was that there was no response. they never even came back with a offer/no offer at all for many weeks. Really wish it could have been a bit professional.

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