Employer Resources

 

SLA’s members are educated for, and experienced with, gathering, organizing, analyzing and making information accessible throughout your organization. Their versatility is evident in the roles that they successfully assume. Information professionals provide insight and evaluate resources that support informed decision-making and organizational innovation. This profession is fully committed to ensuring that all your employees have access to the right information, just in time. These information professionals don’t just guard knowledge, they put it to work everywhere in your organization.

SLA’s members have developed many specialized skills and are technologically savvy, customer-focused and intellectually rigorous; they hold managerial and leadership positions in a variety of places  including world class corporations, national and local governments, international supra agencies, Ivy League and world-renowned  universities, leading hospitals, cutting-edge scientific research organizations, and foundations and philanthropic organizations.

In these competitive times, organizations need employees who are creative, versatile and execute reliably; SLA’s members do that and help everyone in your organization succeed in doing it too.

See samples of our members’ work, and contact SLA’s national job lines to bring the right information professional to your work place today.

About Information Professionals

What Employers Say about Information Professionals

Hear what the employers are saying about their information staff

A Partnership for Success featuring Pat Skarulis, Vice President of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Collaborate for Change featuring Jan Combopiano, Vice President of Catalyst

Making an Impact – Case Studies and Examples

Conducting Research that Powers Investment Decisions
Providing Social Data that Shapes Strategy
Providing Information to Power Sales Efforts
Improving Health Care Outcomes
Information-driven Executive Recruitment
Powering Informed Marketing Campaigns

 

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