Jobs | Microbiology Society | Promotions and Marketing Manager

“The ideal candidate will be a self-starter and be able to think on their feet. They will have solid experience in journals publishing to support the shift in how we communicate and market our journals portfolio. They will also be experienced in designing and delivering campaigns to promote our journals, as well as promote and drive income for our conferences and events. They will possess a high level of creativity, as well as strong marketing knowledge, to primarily help the Society navigate the competitive journals and events environment. This will include understanding the research cycle, Open Science/Open Access, events promotion and the sales process….”

Scholarly Communication Specialist – Job Opportunities – University of Cambridge

“Cambridge University Libraries invite applications for the post of Scholarly Communications Specialist.

The University of Cambridge promotes and supports open research to improve discoverability and maximise access to knowledge, in accordance with our mission to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence.

Cambridge University Libraries play an important role as a partner in research, providing services, collections and expertise to support research excellence across the full range of academic disciplines.

The Scholarly Communication Specialist reports to the Head of Open Research Services within the Cambridge University Libraries Office of Scholarly Communication.

The role-holder provides information and analysis that informs the development of internal policies, services and infrastructure to meet the needs of the Cambridge research community.

They provide expert advice on matters relating to scholarly communication to researchers, librarians and administrators.

This is the perfect time to join us as we shape an Open Research Programme that develops the systems and services that are needed to support researchers across all disciplines….”

Job Application for Project Manager, Science Programs at Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

“We are seeking a Project Manager to handle programmatic operations for the two teams. This role will be split between the two teams, with similar duties and responsibilities for both. The two teams work alongside each other, however they have two separate streams of work. This role will report to the Science Program Officer for Open Science and will work closely with both the program teams and with CZI’s science, technology, and communications teams….

The Open Science team’s vision is to accelerate the pace and reproducibility of science through enabling open science practices such as methods, data, and software sharing. We aim to achieve this goal by shifting incentives and culture in scientific communities towards early, open sharing and collaboration. We work with organizations and teams that advance openness in biomedical research through support for infrastructure, computational capacity building, and output sharing. 

The Science in Society team works with patient communities, scientists, policymakers, advocates and philanthropic partners to build public trust in science and bring biomedical research closer to the communities it aims to serve.  We work cross-functionally with our technology, advocacy, and engagement teams to strengthen communities and partnerships, advance policy, and build infrastructure to accelerate research.  Our current initiatives aim to advance patient-driven research and enhance public trust and engagement in science….”

Job Application for Project Manager, Science Programs at Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

“We are seeking a Project Manager to handle programmatic operations for the two teams. This role will be split between the two teams, with similar duties and responsibilities for both. The two teams work alongside each other, however they have two separate streams of work. This role will report to the Science Program Officer for Open Science and will work closely with both the program teams and with CZI’s science, technology, and communications teams….

The Open Science team’s vision is to accelerate the pace and reproducibility of science through enabling open science practices such as methods, data, and software sharing. We aim to achieve this goal by shifting incentives and culture in scientific communities towards early, open sharing and collaboration. We work with organizations and teams that advance openness in biomedical research through support for infrastructure, computational capacity building, and output sharing. 

 

The Science in Society team works with patient communities, scientists, policymakers, advocates and philanthropic partners to build public trust in science and bring biomedical research closer to the communities it aims to serve.  We work cross-functionally with our technology, advocacy, and engagement teams to strengthen communities and partnerships, advance policy, and build infrastructure to accelerate research.  Our current initiatives aim to advance patient-driven research and enhance public trust and engagement in science….”

Responsible Metrics Implementation Officer

“We are looking for an enthusiastic and engaging colleague to lead the implementation of a project to embed the principles of the Declaration on Research Assessment in the university’s practice. An implementation plan is in place, and you will be involved in designing and delivering relevant training, liaising closely with academic faculties (both academic and professional services colleagues), and establishing systems to monitor the progress of the responsible metrics policy’s rollout. Based in the Library’s Open Research team, you will be comfortable engaging with academic and professional services colleagues at all levels in the university structure.”

 

Licensing Editor, Coherent Digital, LLC

“A year ago, we assembled a team with decades of experience in scholarly and academic publishing to form Coherent Digital.  Our mission is to tame wild content—valuable data sets and documents that are otherwise buried, lost, broken, or discontinued.  Through our company, information is saved, uniquely tagged, and made discoverable so researchers can do their work, educators can teach, and organizations can disseminate their knowledge to a global audience. 

Now a year later, Policy Commons is the world’s most comprehensive database in public policy. Our focus is on preserving rare and endangered (long tail) policy content and making it easy to discover and use in perpetuity.

We’re looking for an experienced and passionate Licensing Editor to curate our content, build relationships with content partners, contribute to product development and support adoption within the policy community….”

Apply to join the ASAPbio Board of Directors – ASAPbio

“ASAPbio is seeking two new members for our Board of Directors. With these openings, we aim to 1) improve the racial and ethnic diversity of our board, and 2) include the voice of research trainees, such as graduate students and postdocs. We are also interested in increasing representation from outside the US and beyond cell and molecular biology to include other life science fields.

Both early career researchers and members of minoritized groups hold important, unique perspectives on scholarly communication. For example, transparent and open peer review, concerns about scooping, and publishing biases may be experienced differently by these individuals. We’re seeking vocal people to round out deficits in our current board and help us make productive and equitable decisions about the work we do to make scientific publishing more rapid, open, and transparent. …”

Project Coordinator, Open Science & Data Collaborations Program – University Libraries – HigherEdJobs

“Carnegie Mellon University Libraries is searching for an Project Coordinator, Open Science & Data Collaborations Program – University Librarieswho is motivated in an exciting and results-oriented work environment. The goal of the program is to engage various partners in the research data ecosystem and facilitate research workflows and outcomes across disciplinary boundaries….”