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Research Officer

Posted to IASSIST on: 
2015-04-02
Employer: 
GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences
Employer URL: 
http://www.gesis.org/en/institute/
Description: 

The GESIS department Data Archive for the Social Sciences is seeking to fill the positions of a Research Officer for its team International Data Infrastructures in Cologne as soon as possible.

Job Description:

Active collaboration in CESSDA projects on the following topics

  • Structural and technical concepts on international Persistent Identifier (PID) Services
  • Creation of a common metadata schema on the basis of DDI and development of a CESSDA DDI Profile applicable for all CESSDA members
  • Implementation of a metadata standardizing process based on the CESSDA demands in the department of the Data Archive for the Social Sciences
  • Active participation in the acquisition of project funds
Qualifications: 
  • Above average degree in a pertinent discipline such as sociology, geography, politics, or psychology
  • Excellent understanding of empirical social science research and research data management
  • Knowledge of relevant metadata schemas such as Dublin Core, Data Cite and Data Documentation Initiative (DDI)
  • Knowledge of PID Services as well as xml-experience are advantageous
  • Experience in international projects
  • Knowledge of English is essential. Knowledge of German can be an asset but is not required.
Application Procedure: 

For further information and details please contact Dr. Sebastian Netscher on Tel. 0221 47694-499 or on E-Mail at sebastian.netscher@gesis.org


We only process online applications. Please apply at the link below until the 20.04.2015.

The job code number is: DAS-22

Salary: 
Not listed
More Info URL: 
https://www.hidden-professionals.de/HP/P_CV/Intro/cand_welcome.aspx?jo=99215
Archive Date: 
2015-04-02
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