Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) Summit
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Research Data Management Librarian
University of Virginia Library The University of Virginia (UVA) Library seeks a Research Data Management Librarian and a Senior Research Data Management Librarian to support researchers at all levels and across all disciplines engaged in data-intensive research by providing data management support. The incumbents will provide consultation and support for data management, metadata production, data organization and preservation issues to researchers in partnership with library colleagues. The incumbents will support researchers in the development and implementation of data management plans, and will offer guidance on technical data management issues, including acquisition, transfer, and storage of data. In addition, they will support data discovery, managing data collections, and providing data literacy instruction. The incumbents will also contribute to and advise on the University Library's efforts to broadly serve the needs of researchers to manage, document, share, and preserve the products of their research, complying with sponsor mandates and changing norms for making data assets available and improving research reproducibility.
Research Data Outreach Specialist
Purdue University Libraries With emphasis on open science policy, Purdue University Libraries is looking for an experienced Research Data Outreach Specialist to join the Purdue University Research Data Repository (PURR) team. As part of a highly collaborative group, the Research Data Outreach Specialist will develop and provide education and training programs related to research data management, curation, sharing, and preservation to meet the needs of the Purdue University research community. The specialist will consult on topics across the research data lifecycle and assist in reviewing research data management plans for grant submissions. In this position, the specialist will develop and engage in outreach initiatives, raise awareness about PURR as a resource and foster relationships with departments, research centers and labs, and additionally establish partnerships within the Libraries.
Two Librarian Positions - Political Science & Data Science | Global Affairs
Yale University Yale University Library’s Marx Science and Social Science Library seeks user-centered, collaborative, and creative applicants for two positions that will join an expanding team of ten professionals providing interdisciplinary teaching and research support across campus. Reporting to Marx Library’s Director of Research Support and Outreach Programs, the Librarian will be assigned a rank of Librarian 2 or 3.
Anticipated salary range for each position is $66,000-$85,000. Minimum of two years professional experience for consideration of assignment at Librarian 2. Minimum of five years professional experience for consideration of assignment at Librarian 3.
Librarian for Political Science and Statistics & Data Science: https://bit.ly/YaleCareers-79153BR
Librarian for Global Affairs: https://bit.ly/YaleCareers-79125BR
Director of Research Services
University of California, Riverside The Director of Research Services provides strategic vision and dynamic leadership in planning and managing the University Library’s Research Services Department. Research Services currently comprises four librarians and three staff members working in the areas of digital scholarship, data science, geographic information systems, innovative media, and maker services.
Tulane University Tulane University Libraries (TUL) invites applications for a Scholarly Engagement Librarian position in the new Scholarly Engagement Department (8 librarians, 3 staff). The successful applicant will serve as a library liaison to faculty, staff, and students with a primary focus on programs in the School of Science and Engineering (SSE). Specific liaison portfolios may include Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth & Environmental Science, Mathematics, Physics & Engineering Physics, and River-Coastal Science & Engineering.
We welcome applicants with a range of experiences, backgrounds, and interests, including recent graduates, early career professionals, and those seeking a new career path. Applicants are encouraged to share how their non-library specific skills and experiences speak to the job qualifications and needs.
Scholarly Engagement Librarians collaboratively plan and deliver innovative library services to faculty, staff and students through instruction, workshops, consultations, guides, tutorials, and other means. They serve on cross-departmental teams to support interdisciplinary teaching and research initiatives that may include information discovery, data literacy, open research, research impact, research data management, data curation, and/or data visualization. They collaborate within the department and across the library on collection development and management for assigned areas. They contribute to departmental projects and serve on library committees, while considering how their daily work supports and advances the Libraries’ core values and creates an environment and community that is welcoming for library users and colleagues.
Scholarly Engagement Librarians are professionally active and contribute to developments in the field. This position reports to the Director of Scholarly Engagement, is based in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Research Data Management Librarian
Pennsylvania State University Penn State University Libraries seeks a collaborative, enthusiastic, and inquisitive individual interested in supporting the Penn State research community’s growing data management and data sharing needs by providing guidance, consultation, instruction, and data curation in a team environment. This tenure-line library faculty position will play a key role in promoting research reproducibility and research data best practices by directly supporting researchers across all Penn State academic colleges and campuses with research data management, sharing, and preservation as well as the development of reproducible workflows. This position will also work closely with the Data Learning Center Manager/Research Data Management Librarian to provide continued support and grow the data management and sharing services offered by the University Libraries, proactively collaborate with other research support units to provide cohesive data management and sharing services for the research community, and take a leadership role in defining and supporting data management services for sensitive data and/or human subjects research. Additionally, this position will provide support for an institutional repository, ScholarSphere, by working as part of the curation team supporting researchers in publishing and preserving their research data and curating deposits to improve findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability.
Research Data Specialist
University of New Mexico The Health Sciences Library & Informatics Center (HSLIC) at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNM HSC) seeks applicants for a Research Data Specialist. The management and sharing of research data is of growing interest at UNM HSC, and the Research Data Specialist will have the opportunity to be on the forefront of these initiatives.
Research Data and Reproducibility Librarian
Arizona State University Library ASU Library is recruiting a Research Data Reproducibility Librarian to join the Open Science and Scholarly Communication Division. The Research Data Reproducibility Librarian develops and manages research data publication workflows and provides guidance and support for curating, describing, publishing, sharing, and archiving research datasets with an emphasis on supporting reproducibility and open science practice. They develop relationships with ASU researchers preparing to publish and share their research data and scholarly outputs using our repository platforms. They will perform quality assurance on the metadata associated with research data.
This continuing-track position fulfills the responsibilities expected of Academic Professionals, including position effectiveness, professional contributions, service, and collaboration and partnership.
See the application webpage for qualifications and information on a webinar on Friday, April 14 at 12 p.m. Pacific/3 p.m. Eastern, discussing the open positions working at ASU Library, and living in the Phoenix area.
3 Liaison Librarians for Science, Agriculture, and Engineering
University of Minnesota Libraries Join our amazing team of science librarians! Due to recent retirements, we're hiring three science / engineering liaison librarians. We encourage new librarians to apply! Please feel free to contact me with any questions about the positions, the University of Minnesota, or the Twin Cities.
The University of Minnesota Libraries invites applications for three collaborative and service-oriented Science Liaison Librarians to join a team of librarians who work to advance the teaching, learning, and research initiatives of the College of Food, Agriculture, and Natural Sciences, the College of Biological Sciences, and the College of Science and Engineering. We are welcoming both experienced librarians and those who are new to the field with an opportunity for on-the-job training and mentorship in science librarianship.
The successful candidates will bring a strong interest in growing as a science librarian and a willingness to engage in ongoing professional development in this dynamic specialization. They will serve as a key member of the Sciences, Agriculture, and Engineering (SAgE) Department, reporting to the SAgE Director, and will work closely with colleagues in the Research Services Area and across the University Libraries system.
See https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/354445 for details.
Research Data Specialist - Data Management Consultant
Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries A remote job opportunity to join one of the "original" U.S. library research data services! Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries seeks a Data Management Consultant to join our high-performing team of data management, data visualization, and geospatial data/GIS specialists in the Data Services Department. Our mission is to provide tools, training, and resources for working with data to Johns Hopkins's world-renowned researchers, with the overarching goal of improving the availability and reusability of research data generated by researchers across the University and from various disciplines. The data management specialists provide faculty, students, and staff with consultative support and training on data management and sharing. They prepare and lead workshops, give presentations, and provide one-on-one consultation to faculty, staff, and students. Data management specialists are also responsible for curating and depositing data into the Johns Hopkins Research Data Repository. As researchers are increasingly expected to share and make their data reproducible, the data management specialist must stay abreast of best practices for data sharing and curation and is expected to participate in setting the strategic direction for data management at Johns Hopkins, develop new services to assist researchers, and work to constantly improve the quality of services provided. This is a fully remote work position. Some travel is required.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Our Science & Engineering Libraries are seeking a Science & Engineering Diversity Resident Librarian, a position that is part of the Diversity Resident Librarian Program established in 2013. This program provides an opportunity for entry-level librarians from diverse backgrounds to begin their professional careers and develop skills and experience in academic librarianship. The Science & Engineering Diversity Resident Librarian, based in Steenbock Library, will have the opportunity to contribute to STEM undergraduate student success through instruction and other support services. They will actively engage the science and engineering research community, with an emphasis in the ongoing delivery and development of services for scholarly communication and research data management, in a supported and dynamic environment.
We encourage candidates from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups to apply for this position, and to speak to the identities that inform their lived experience or their professional interests in their cover letter. Please use the following link for more information on our commitment to the ACRL Diversity Alliance: https://www.ala.org/acrl/issues/diversityalliance.
This is a three-year residency with the opportunity to be extended or converted to an ongoing appointment. Salary depends on qualifications, with a minimum of $53,000. Please view the full job posting here: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/517590/science-engineering-diversity-resident-librarian
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State, Local, and International Government Information Librarian
Stanford University The Government Information Librarian is responsible for the collection development and management of the libraries’ physical and digital California, international, United Nations, European Union, and United Kingdom government information collections. Other important collections include publications by intergovernmental organizations, such as the World Bank, The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The Government Information Librarian provides advanced reference and instruction and develops online services and resources such as subject guides, blogs, online exhibits, and dynamic websites to provide library information services and outreach related to state and local and international government information and public policy resources.
Research Data Curation Coordinator
University of Houston The University of Houston seeks a Research Data Curation Coordinator to lead data services across the research lifecycle. Reporting to the Head of Research Services within the University Libraries, the Research Data Curation Coordinator will establish partnerships in the Libraries and on campus to address existing and emerging research data needs of faculty and students and collaborate with researchers to develop data skills through workshops, classroom instruction, and direct interaction with ongoing research projects and infrastructural initiatives. This position supervises one full-time librarian with the possibility of additional personnel based on demonstrated need.