LIBER | Job Opening: EU Projects Officer at LIBER – LIBER

“Interested in working on everything related to Open Science?! Do you enjoy working in an international and dynamic environment?? Are you aware of recent developments in the research sector? Do you have a talent for working with stakeholders from different countries? Come join the LIBER team. LIBER is looking for a EU Projects Officer, based at our office in the National Library of The Netherlands. LIBER is involved in EU Projects in the areas of open access, copyright and text and data mining, digital heritage, research data management and research data infrastructures. You will be joining a small and international team of highly motivated individuals and must be comfortable working both as part of a team and autonomously. This position is perfect for someone who is passionate about issues relating to Open Science and research libraries and is seeking to build a solid foundation in this area, whilst also building on strong project management skills …”

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Manager of Institutional Repository – University of Cambridge

“The University of Cambridge is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced individual to work within the Office of Scholarly Communications as the Manager of Institutional Repository. The funding landscape in the UK now requires that the outputs of funded research, such as research articles, conference proceedings and supporting research data are made publicly available. The University’s DSpace repository houses the wide range of research outputs of the University, ranging from published articles and conference papers, through to datasets, theses, videos and molecules. The post holder will work within the growing and friendly Office of Scholarly Communications at the University Library. He/she will manage the digital content of the institutional repository and provide assistance to end users, including advice relating to third party copyright issues. He/she will be also responsible for reviewing and where necessary, modifying, the structure of digital collections in the repository, as well as the organisation of various types of research outputs stored in the repository….”

Manager of Institutional Repository (Fixed Term) – Job Opportunities – University of Cambridge

“The University of Cambridge is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced individual to work within the Office of Scholarly Communications as the Manager of Institutional Repository. The funding landscape in the UK now requires that the outputs of funded research, such as research articles, conference proceedings and supporting research data are made publicly available. The University’s DSpace repository houses the wide range of research outputs of the University, ranging from published articles and conference papers, through to datasets, theses, videos and molecules. The post holder will work within the growing and friendly Office of Scholarly Communications at the University Library. He/she will manage the digital content of the institutional repository and provide assistance to end users, including advice relating to third party copyright issues. He/she will be also responsible for reviewing and where necessary, modifying, the structure of digital collections in the repository, as well as the organisation of various types of research outputs stored in the repository….”