The Ohio State University Libraries are recruiting a Data Management Services Librarian.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
The Data Management Services Librarian will lead the Libraries' initiatives to assist faculty and students in managing the lifecycle of data resulting from research projects of all types, and develop a data services program to support use, curation and reuse of data. The position will catalyze progress in data management by engaging with the research practices of faculty and students and through positioning services and expertise at appropriate points in the research process. The successful candidate for this position will engage the campus in broader conversations around e-science and e-scholarship and will forge new collaborations and relationships that extend the Libraries' capacity to support the University's interdisciplinary initiatives. The librarian selected will collaborate with the Geospatial Information Librarian, the Digital Humanities Librarian, the Head of Digital Content Services, and Head of Digital Initiatives in order to develop an integrated set of data services supporting individual researchers and scholars as well as departmental or cross-institutional research teams. The position will initially focus on social sciences and humanities research data.