Research Data Librarian at University of Maryland Libraries

The University of Maryland Libraries are recruiting a Research Data Librarian (post-Master's program, two-year term).

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

Reporting to the Manager, Digital Stewardship, the Research Data Librarian: actively participates in university-wide initiatives to develop and design policies, sustainable services, and infrastructure to enable faculty and students to preserve and make available their research data; partners with internal units (such as GIS and DRUM — Digital Repository of University of Maryland) and external units (such as Vice President for Research, Office of Information Technology (OIT) Enterprise Technical Infrastructure and Learning Technologies and Environments, and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities) to develop a data-publishing model that leverages library services in support of data management and preservation; assists faculty with development of data management plans for grant applications; serves as an active member of the Information Technology Division, contributing to divisional initiatives and leading specific projects; incorporates support for data management and preservation into library services; and maintains close engagement with issues relating to scholarly communications such as copyright, open access, and data management and preservation.

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