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Research Data Librarian - Temporary position

Posted to IASSIST on: 
2015-12-10
Employer: 
University of Bristol
Employer URL: 
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/
Description: 

We are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to join the Research Data Service team at the University of Bristol on a fixed term contract until the 31st December 2016 to cover a staff leave of absence. The Research Data Librarian post will be responsible for contributing to the planning of research data management support, advice and training to raise awareness and understanding amongst research and professional services staff, with a particular responsibility for the science and engineering faculties.

The post-holder will apply expert information management and research data knowledge to deliver a research data management training programme for researchers, PGRs and professional services staff within the University. They will also provide support to researchers with regard to the creation of data management plans and the publication and sharing of data.

The post-holder is expected to demonstrate high levels of autonomy, take personal responsibility for appropriate decision-making within the remit of the role and develop a high profile and strong collaborative network across the institution.

Qualifications: 

Not listed.

Application Procedure: 

Apply online using the link below.

Salary: 
£35,609 to £40,082 per annum
More Info URL: 
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AMP445/research-data-librarian/
Archive Date: 
2015-12-14
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