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[InetBib] Current openings at leibniz-psychology.org (ZPID): Become part of the open science movement
- Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2017 18:45:04 +0200
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- Subject: [InetBib] Current openings at leibniz-psychology.org (ZPID): Become part of the open science movement
Current openings at leibniz-psychology.org (ZPID): Become part of the
open science movement
The Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID) in Trier
(Germany) is an internationally renowned research support organization
in psychology and a member of the prestigious Leibniz Association.
To fulfil the ever-increasing research infrastructure needs expressed by
researchers and psychology professionals, ZPID is in the process of
strategic expansion directed at meeting these needs to become
psychology’s one-stop research service center. Current as well as future
ZPID research areas and services are based on and guided by the values
of open science and open innovation.
Highlighted services and products include: PSYNDEX, a reference database
of psychological literature, tests, audiovisual media, and intervention
programs; PubPsych, a multilingual retrieval interface for a broad range
of psychological content; PsychData, an archive of primary research data
in psychology; and PsychOpen, an open access publishing platform.
Join the growing ZPID team at the forefront of the open science
Team Leader (m/f): Information and Retrieval Services
Team Leader (m/f): Study design and data collection services
Senior Researcher (m/f): Research Synthesis Methods and/or Big Data in
Psychology (this position is located at the University of Trier,
Department of Psychology)
Junior Researcher / Doctoral Candidate (m/f): Big Data in Psychology
Junior Researcher / Doctoral Candidate (m/f): Research Synthesis
Support Staff (m/f): Content Recruitment Specialist
We support your career development.
ZPID is committed to equal opportunities in employment and, in
particular to increasing the number of women in those academic positions
where they are currently underrepresented. Women are therefore
encouraged to apply. We observe guidelines regarding laws and
regulations governing part-time employment.
Among equally qualified applicants, disabled candidates will be given
Please note that online applications will only be accepted until
September 22, 2017.
A summary of current openings can be found here:
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.