The Chief Librarian is the Executive Vice President in charge of the public service division at Brooklyn Public Library, the fifth largest library system in the United States. The Library serves the 2.6 million residents of Brooklyn through a system of 58 neighborhood libraries, a landmarked Central Library and through its website and online channels. The library’s operating budget is approximately $120 million and employs approximately 1400 full-time and part-time staff.
The Chief Librarian works in concert with the other members of the senior management team to deliver transformative library services and spaces to the residents of Brooklyn. The Chief Librarian reports directly to the President and CEO of Brooklyn Public Library.