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[InetBib] Job posting - OpenAIRE-Advance Project Manager - Göttingen State and University Library
- Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:01:52 +0100
- From: Birgit Schmidt via InetBib <inetbib@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] Job posting - OpenAIRE-Advance Project Manager - Göttingen State and University Library
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this job announcement may be of interest to you:
Project Manager for the European OpenAIRE-Advance project (E 14 TV-L)
Vacancy: Project Manager for the European OpenAIRE-Advance project
Office: Göttingen State and University Library, Germany
Göttingen State and University Library is engaged in several national
and international projects on the development of infrastructures and
services for electronic publishing and the implementation of Open Access.
In this context, the European project “OpenAIRE-Advance – Open Access
Infrastructure for Research in Europe towards 2020” is seeking a
for supporting the forthcoming OpenAIRE-Advance project. This post is
offered with immediate effect as a full-time position (currently 39,8
hrs/week, part-time is also possible) on a three year term contract for
the project period. Salary is expected to be ca. EUR 45.000 p.a. (pro
rata, depending on experience; German salary schema for public
employees, TV-L E 14).
This position offers you interesting and varied work within a dynamic
international team in a pleasant working atmosphere. IT post will
involve a certain amount of travel both within Europe and internationally.
*Responsibilities are as follows:*
* Manage the communication and dissemination work package, working
closely with all areas and coordinators of the project
* Contribute to strategic planning of the network, manage networking
tasks and establish coordination activities, ensuring successful
support for the implementation of open science policies
* Oversight of topical scholarly communication task groups to increase
capacity and knowledge among the network, including training and
* Help to develop and implement the OpenAIRE legal entity and open
science partnerships, including oversight of liaison with the
European Open Science Cloud
* Coordination and communication of scholarly communication tasks,
including developing technical interoperability guidelines for
repositories and publishing platforms and OA monitoring through the
*You will need:*
* a Master’s degree
* excellent knowledge of and experiences in digital information
management, preferably in the area of Open Access / Open Science,
research infrastructures and repositories, research data management,
publication funds and licensing,
* previous project management experience including the delivery and
sustainability of high-profile, multi-partner projects
* experiences in public relations work and the organisation of workshops
* excellent communication and organisational skills with a proven
ability to work with a wide range of internal and external contacts
* team spirit, curiosity, goal-oriented, dynamism and sense of initiative
* fluent in English (spoken & written), German would be an asset but
is not required
OpenAIRE-Advance continues to implement and underpin the open science
policies of the European Commission. At the same time it will drive the
transition from open access to open science in terms of European open
scholarship and advocacy at the national level. The project aims to
reshape the scholarly system towards openness and transparency for
researchers and other stakeholders and to provide core scholarly
communication services for the practical implementation of open science.
OpenAIRE-Advance is the fourth funding phase of OpenAIRE. Göttingen
State and University Library acts as the scientific coordinator.
For further information, please contactDr. Birgit Schmidt (E-Mail)
<mailto:bschmidt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>orNajla Rettberg (E-Mail)
<mailto:najla.rettberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, phone: +49 551 39-33181.
In many areas of the University of Göttingen, women are
underrepresented. Therefore, applications from women are especially
appreciated and will be treated preferentially in domains where women
are particularly underrepresented, if the appropriate qualification
profile is met and legal constraints permit. In case of equal
qualifications, disabled persons are given preference.
To apply please submit your full CV and covering letter via theonline
<https://lotus2.gwdg.de/uni/uzdv/perso/knr_100279.nsf>and upload your
application. The closing date is*3 December 2017*.
Interviews are expected to start in the week of 18 December 2017.
In justified exceptional cases you can submit your application to:
Direktion der Niedersächsischen Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek
Göttingen, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 1, D-37073, orE-Mail.
With kind regards,
Dr Birgit Schmidt
Scientific Manager / Project Coordinator
Göttingen State and University Library
Platz der Göttinger Sieben
DE - 37070 Göttingen
Tel +49 551 39 33181
Fax +49 551 39 5222
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.