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University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries As part of the Research Initiatives team, the Data Librarian will collaborate across library and institutional units to launch and operationalize a campus-wide data support program.
The incumbent will develop a deep understanding of the existing and emerging data needs of University researchers and, through strategic collaborations, leverage that knowledge to create sustainable and responsive services and programs to support data use across the research lifecycle. The successful candidate will also apply their domain expertise to support library data governance initiatives, and contribute to institutional efforts to create a common data culture at the University.
In close collaboration with library colleagues, the Data Librarian will participate in data literacy and education initiatives, and contribute to projects that seek to understand and demonstrate the impact of the university’s research enterprise. Key responsibilities of the role include: developing data programs and services to support and enrich the University’s research activities, supporting data literacy and data governance initiatives, bibliometric analysis and data visualization, and fostering a dynamic and collaborative research environment that encourages scholarly engagement, inquiry, critical thinking, and creativity.
Scholarly Communication Librarian
Clemson University We’re hiring a scholarly comm librarian! The position has been vacant for a few years but we’re doing a reorg and excited to hire someone. I’m happy to answer any questions about Clemson or the job!
Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Research
Clemson University Clemson Libraries is undergoing a reorg and as a result, we’ve created some new associate dean positions. This one would be over all the typical “public services” functions like reference, circulation, instruction, and research services. We’re trying to build up more of our research support services to match our R1 status (things like data services, scholarly communications, OA publishing support, etc) and personally I’d LOVE someone with a research data background in the role. I’m on the search committee for this one and happy to chat about it!
University of North Carolina Greensboro A wide range of student and faculty-centered services are the cornerstone of the UNC Greensboro University Libraries’ integral role in the community. As an essential component of education and research at UNC Greensboro, University Libraries offer access to more than four million print and digital items along with innovative programs, support services, and expert personnel to assist patrons in achieving their academic and scholarly goals. For additional information, please visit library.uncg.edu and follow UNCG University Libraries on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
The University Libraries seek an innovative, knowledgeable, service-oriented, and dynamic individual to serve as a STEM Liaison Librarian. The STEM Liaison Librarian will work collaboratively with teaching and library faculty colleagues to develop and provide information resources, information literacy, and research expertise to faculty and students in life and physical science departments. Some evening/weekend work is expected. This position reports to the Head of Research, Outreach, and Instruction and will join a highly collaborative department of nine librarians and three paraprofessionals. It is a twelve-month leave-earning tenure-track faculty position. Demonstrated professional achievement, service, and scholarly/creative activity are required for reappointment and tenure.
Social Sciences Librarian
Rutgers University The Rutgers University Libraries seek an innovative, collaborative and service-oriented librarian to serve as a liaison to the School of Social Work and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and to develop services and collections in support of the social sciences at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. This tenure-track position reports to the Associate University Librarian, Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
Biological Sciences Librarian
Rutgers University The Rutgers University Libraries seek an innovative, collaborative and service-oriented librarian to serve as Biological Sciences Librarian, who will work with the faculty, students, and researchers in the School of Arts and Sciences biological and life science programs, with the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences departments focusing on biological sciences, as well as with biological sciences-related institutes, centers, and communities interspersed throughout other university schools and departments. This tenure-track position reports to the Associate University Librarian, Rutgers University-New Brunswick. The Biological Sciences Librarian will work with this community to create synergies that span interdisciplinary fields and support intellectual pursuits, while playing a unique collaborative role, and building opportunities essential for research and learning.
Research Solutions Consultant
North Carolina State University NC State is searching for 1 additional Research Solutions Consultant to join our growing team. This position is part of a new university initiative led by the NC State University Libraries, the Office of Information Technology, and the Office of Research and Innovation to develop a robust Research Facilitation Service serving NC State’s research enterprise. The Research Solutions Consultants aid in accelerating research and collaboration by serving as a resource to analyze cyberinfrastructure requirements, make recommendations for appropriate technologies, and propose design solutions that meet individual project needs. This is a unique opportunity to become a part of a dynamic team and advise on the design and implementation of the new service at NC State. See vacancy announcement, with application instructions, at https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/jobs/ehratech/research-solutions-consultant
Research Data and Scholarly Communications Librarian
UMass Chan Medical School, Lamar Soutter Library Come join our team in an exciting and ever-evolving environment of scholarly communications and biomedical research. Librarians on our team collaborate with faculty, graduate students, academic units, research center personnel, and colleagues to provide customized library services for scholarly communication and research throughout the entire research lifecycle; from literature searching to data management to navigating the publishing world to tracking the impact and outcomes of one’s research. We provide multiple opportunities to learn, grow, and serve professionally.
Undergraduate Engagement Librarian
University of California, Santa Cruz The University Library at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for the new position of Undergraduate Engagement Librarian to lead Library efforts to engage with undergraduates in a way that centers student voices and cultivates belonging.
The UCSC Library seeks a student-focused and creative individual to lead the library in envisioning how it holistically addresses what students need from the library during their first-year on campus and as they acculturate to academic life. The Undergraduate Engagement Librarian will (1) spearhead library-wide efforts to develop robust and creative approaches to onboarding first-year undergraduates and transfer students to the library and (2) ensure that the library is continuously and proactively listening to undergraduates and partnering with them to create welcoming, inclusive, student-focused spaces, collections, services, events, and policies.
The initial review date is 3/14/22. All applications received by this date are guaranteed consideration.
Tulane University Working collaboratively across library units, the metadata librarian actively participates in the management and administration of the metadata ecosystem for Tulane Libraries’ digital collections. The metadata librarian ensures the uniform application of standards for resource description, using the various schema adopted by (and adapted for) the Libraries. The incumbent, in coordination with other stakeholders, documents, implements, and evaluates metadata guidelines for digital projects; advises on best practices and workflows; and oversees quality control of metadata applications. This position serves as the Division’s resource person for open linked data in library systems and participates in the assessment and continuous improvement of operations and services.
Data & Visualization Librarian (NC State University Libraries)
North Carolina State University The NC State University Libraries invites applications and nominations for the position of Data & Visualization Librarian. The Data & Visualization Librarian provides expert consultative support for students, faculty, and researchers in the areas of data science and visualization. They design, develop, and deliver workshops on data science and visualization topics, both as part of an open workshop series offered to the university community and in collaboration with faculty for course-integrated instruction sessions. The position coaches graduate student Data Science Consultants on advanced consultations in areas of expertise. They engage with faculty, campus groups, and external partners to support the university’s data and visualization needs. They conduct relevant outreach and participate in sponsoring events. The incumbent collaborates with colleagues and faculty on data-related initiatives and projects, and they contribute to departmental projects and initiatives. The position participates in library planning and serves on library-wide committees, task forces, and teams. The position deeply considers how their approach to their daily work reflects and advances the Libraries’ core values of equity, diversity, and inclusion, creating an environment and community that is welcoming for both patrons and colleagues alike. They integrate issues related to data ethics, justice, accessibility, and equity into the provision of data services. Librarians are expected to be active professionally and to contribute to developments in the field. The position reports to the Department Head, Data & Visualization Services.
Minimum salary: $72,000 annually. Review of applications is underway; position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. The Libraries will be flexible during this time and will conduct most or all of this search remotely. This position is eligible for flexible hours with a hybrid work environment. This position will require frequent onsite work.
Axiom Data Science What you’ll do
The Axiom team works to enhance and sustain scientific data by upscaling metadata, semantically linking datasets, developing specialized services, creating powerful visualizations, and applying advanced analysis techniques.
As a full-stack software engineer you have opportunities to touch everything from front-end code to our high performance computing infrastructure. You will support existing applications written and maintained by the team, as well as develop new features and build applications from the ground up. This will include front-end development of web applications, user interfaces, data visualizations, as well as back-end development of web services, APIs, software tools, analysis pipelines/applications, and efficient data storage/access techniques.
What you’ll work with
Our stack is constantly evolving, with decisions on technologies made by engineers. You’ll work with a wide range of technologies and you are not expected to have experience with all of these technologies. A demonstrated ability to learn new technologies and select appropriate technologies for each solution is more important.
Iowa State University Library This (and a couple of other related jobs) will be posted very soon by the Iowa State University Library. It will be shared out on the RDAP mailing list once it's available. Stay tuned!
Large-Scale Data Management - Senior Software Engineer
Oak Ridge National Laboratory If you’re an experienced software engineer excited to take on a new challenge, apply to the Senior Software Engineer in Large-Scale Data Management position at Oak Ridge National Laboratory! The Data Lifecycle and Scalable Workflows group is seeking a software engineer who excels in developing scalable data management software systems and solving interdisciplinary problems in large-scale data management and storage. Read more about this opportunity and apply here: https://bit.ly/3hYPgAy
Curator, Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies
University of Minnesota Libraries The Tretter Collection in LBGTQ Studies needs a new full-time curator. The Tretter Collection curator takes an active role in collection development and management, research services, outreach and community relations, fund-raising, and supervision of project and student staff. Collaborating with faculty in teaching LBGTQ history and culture, and partnering with campus units such as the Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life, the incumbent ensures that the Tretter Collection is a recognized, integral campus resource. The Curator guides an advisory committee, a community group that supports the collection, and collaborates with LBGTQ organizations in the Twin Cities and elsewhere. The Curator collaborates with other administrative divisions within the Libraries, and works closely with Libraries' Development and Communications staff.
Applications are now being sought for this position through the University of Minnesota's Job Center (https://humanresources.umn.edu/content/find-job). Enter 346203 in the "Search Jobs" box to apply and obtain additional information. The position will remain open until filled, but we encourage you to apply soon. This is a full-time, 12 month, continuous track appointment, academic professional position with probationary appointment at the Assistant Librarian rank with the potential for appointment at the Associate Librarian rank. The annual salary minimum for this position is $57,500. The Libraries offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits and substantial moving allowance.
Data Services Librarian
The Rockefeller University The Data Services Librarian is primarily responsible for the development, implementation, outreach, and support of data Management activities at the Rockefeller University Library. This role encompasses developing and implementing a robust data management service that provides training, support, and assistance throughout the research data life cycle, including creating fundamental infrastructures such as data repository, data catalog, metadata schema, and ontology. The Data Services Librarian will work with the University Librarian, Assistant University Librarian, and Rockefeller IT Department to ensure that the appropriate services are developed, implemented, and improved upon and remain functional and relevant. Will be involved in the development and implementation of the Library's Embedded Librarian program and the search for an appropriate electronic notebook product for the University. The secondary role of the Data Services Librarian includes generating reports detailing research productivity (publications, preprints, etc.) as required for the Rockefeller University Administration and maintaining the author publication database. Will act as the Public Access Compliance Monitor for NIHMS/PMC and ensure all publications from Rockefeller University are compliant with all federal mandates regarding open access, provide support and guidance for scientists and lab managers, and develop training and workshops around this topic. As a part of the Library team, the Data Services Librarian will provide general reference services related to the various platforms offered by the Library, including but not limited to Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed, Scifinder, Pharmaprojects, Datacite, Endnote, Zotero, Libguides. This encompasses developing and maintaining Libguides relating to the various platforms, developing training sessions, providing group or one on one assistance, identifying new and relevant media to serve the Rockefeller University community better, producing emails/
Research IT Director
Cornell Center for Social Sciences Cornell University has a unique opportunity for an experienced mission-driven IT leader to serve as the Research IT Director for the Cornell Center for Social Sciences (CCSS). CCSS accelerates, enhances, and amplifies social science research at Cornell. The CCSS accomplishes these goals by providing Cornell social scientists with advanced computing and data infrastructure, quantitative and qualitative research training and consulting, and internal and external grant support and fellowships.
This position serves on the CCSS leadership team and will be responsible for leading CCSS’s advanced computing infrastructure and services. To provide advanced computing to social scientists across Cornell, CCSS works closely with Cornell Advanced Computing (CAC) who provides cloud and high-performance computational resources for Cornell researchers. The Research IT Director will work with CAC to ensure advanced computing resources meet social science research needs, including computationally intensive projects, data storage and access needs, optimizing processing time and workflows, and minimizing risk. The Research IT Director will also develop solutions to any unmet and/or emerging research needs. These solutions could include commercial cloud services, partnerships with nonprofit organizations or other universities, developing additional local solutions, other options, or a combination of strategies.
The Research IT Director will also oversee Cornell’s Restricted Access Data Center (CRADC), ensuring that CRADC continues to offer state-of-the-art secure data options for Cornell social scientists. CCSS also manages Cornell’s Federal Statistical Research Data Center (FSRDC). CRADC offers a similar secure environment for non-federal data. The director will collaborate with Cornell’s general efforts to provide restricted data services in support of research.
Please see the full job description for more information.
Baylor University Data Science Librarian (Assistant or Associate Librarian, Non-tenure Track)
Baylor University The Baylor University Libraries seeks a collaborative, engagement-focused Data Science Librarian (DSL) to serve as a core member of the Data and Digital Scholarship (DDS) department of the Research & Engagement division. The DSL will assist in the division’s educational programs and support data-driven research and scholarship across the university. Working closely with DDS faculty and staff, the DSL supports the Libraries’ commitment to support data-related and digital scholarship research at every stage of the research lifecycle, with a focus on research data management, data visualization, and data analytics. Additionally, the DSL will serve as a liaison to one or more departments involved with data science initiatives. This is an academic professional position with faculty status and position rank of either Assistant Librarian or Associate Librarian.
The Baylor University Libraries commit to increase diversity and recognize, value, respect, and empower all members of our community. We actively challenge and respond to bias, harassment, and discrimination. We commit to a policy of equal opportunity to resources, services, and spaces for all persons. The library is a place where differences are welcomed, people are nurtured, all perspectives are heard, and every individual feels a sense of belonging (https://tinyurl.com/buldei).
Baylor University is a private not-for-profit university affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, Baylor is committed to compliance with all applicable anti-discrimination laws, including those regarding age, race, color, sex, national origin, pregnancy status, military service, genetic information, and disability. As a religious educational institution, Baylor is lawfully permitted to consider an applicant’s religion as a selection criterion. Baylor encourages women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply.