Data Curation Librarian at University of Nebraska—Lincoln Libraries

The University of Nebraska—Lincoln Libraries are recruiting a Data Curation Librarian.

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Together with other Librarians and other campus partners, the DCL will act as a resource for students and faculty with respect to issues of data stewardship, digital methods for research, and emerging digital resources; Advise librarians on data management issues; Assist in data extraction, reporting, and monitoring compliance with established data management protocols; Work closely with information technology staff and archivists to collect, prepare, and ingest data sets and other digital assets; Manage access, retention and preservation of digital assets for the University Libraries in collaboration with the University Archives; Assess Libraries faculty and staff needs for professional development and training in this area; Monitor and research new data curation approaches and technologies that may be applicable to digital asset preservation; Facilitate the implementation of data service innovations; Serve on the Data Management Group, a Libraries-wide group which coordinates training and data services best practices; Partner with interested parties on campus to coordinate stewardship of digital information; and Commitment to engage in scholarship worthy of promotion and tenure as a faculty member of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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