Location: Lincoln Salary: From £24,948 per annum Please note, this post is permanent and full time at 37 hours per week. Closing Date: Monday 20 February 2023 Interview Date: Thursday 02 March 2023 Reference: EL1208
We are looking to recruit a highly motivated, confident, and organised Research Repository and Research Data Officer to join the Research Data & Systems team at the University of Lincoln.
The main role of the repository officer is to work with our researchers to understand their data-related needs and to work out solutions, including the depositing of research data and publications in the institutional repository in order to comply with institutional and funder requirements. The post-holder will work closely with another repository officer, be integrated in a very supportive team and work collaboratively with colleagues in the Library and across Schools and Colleges.
Acting as the first point of contact for academic colleagues looking to gain familiarity with the research data repository and Open Access rules, you will keep abreast of developments in the field of Open Access, prepare training materials, deliver workshops, and update portal pages with relevant information.
The successful candidate will need to have a proven track record of strong organisation and prioritisation skills, as well as being able to demonstrate a high level of initiative and communication skills. They will also need to be able to work independently as well as part of a team and be able to adapt to changes and work under pressure.
Whilst experience in the field of research data management and/or scholarly publications is desirable, this post might be of interest to those who understand research and researchers' needs regarding data and publications and are looking to develop specialist knowledge once in post. Development within the role will be offered and there will be ample opportunities to engage with the sector and advance your career in the area of scholarly publications and research data management
Whilst this post is being offered as full time, we may consider a job share for the right candidate(s).
If you have any questions regarding the role, please email Connor Joyner at [email protected]
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