Non-Tenure-Stream Position: Data Stewardship | University of Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh, PA, US

The School of Computing and Information at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking to fill a faculty position in Data Stewardship at an Assistant/Associate Professor level – Position #134534 (Non-Tenure Stream). The initial appointment is expected to be three years. Anticipated start date is August 1, 2017. We are looking for an experienced practitioner and scholar in Data Stewardship who can demonstrate an in-depth understanding of data curation, data documentation and data preservation, specifically: Current best practices and policy surrounding active data management through the data lifecycle, including data collection, data management plans, data storage, data quality and reproducibility
Experience of handling research data including application of data standards and formats, data description and documentation, metadata schema for disciplinary data, data citation and persistent identifiers, data publication, data analysis, data visualization, data re-use and metrics. Contemporary good practice in data selection and appraisal, data infrastructure including data repository software platforms, and long-term data preservation strategies. An awareness of diverse disciplinary data practices, research workflows and workflow platforms, as well as an in-depth knowledge of particular domain(s).

Migration Metadata Coordinator | The Ohio State University

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Columbus, OH, US

Working on a project team under the direction of the Special Collections Processing Manager and in close collaboration with the Special Collections Migration Project Collections Coordinator, this position is responsible for performing activities to improve intellectual control over and access to special collections materials held at the Ohio State University Libraries (OSUL); reviews existing archival collections metadata in many formats (EADMARC, multiple databases, PDFHTML, Word, Excel, etc.), evaluates integrity of data and determines strategies for migrating data to Archivists’ Toolkit; performs all production tasks involved in migrating collections data, including many repetitive tasks and workflows, with a high degree of concentration and accuracy;

eResources Licensing Coordinator | The Ohio State University

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Columbus, OH, US

The Ohio State University Libraries is seeking an innovative professional to fill the position of Electronic Resources Licensing Coordinator. The individual in this position will serve as an integral member of the Acquisitions Department (Content & Access Division) with a focus on managing the licensing of electronic resources workflows in the unit; reporting to the Electronic Resources Officer, the successful candidate will oversee the licensing process, including reviewing and negotiating licenses for new and continuing electronic resources; rposition works collaboratively across OSUdepartments, including Legal Affairs, and liaises with vendors in the development of acceptable agreements.

Associate Director: Design Communications | University of Chicago

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Chicago, IL, US

The Associate Director, Design Communications develops and executes a wide range of multi-media design projects. In collaboration with the Assistant Director of Graphic Design, s/he contributes to the development of design standards and concepts for company marketing and communications materials. Provides consultations with clients, recommending design concepts and providing job estimates. Applies extensive technology expertise in the development of designs for digital and web-based communications.

Web Application and Integration Developer | University of Washington

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Seattle, WA, US

IHME has an outstanding temporary, full-time opportunity for a Web Application and Integration Developer to join our team. We are looking for an individual to develop innovative ways of incorporating IHME’s rich data APIs and visualizations into Microsoft Office add-ins. These new tools will enable researchers at IHME and beyond to more easily utilize our vast collection of data when writing research papers, reports, presentations, and more. These research products are highly visible and have been featured in news outlets, journal publications, and online resources; they are also instrumental in helping policymakers around the world make informed decisions to improve people’s health. The Web Application and Integration Developer will have the opportunity to continue to push the envelope of what is possible with sharing data-driven products, and help improve health for people around the world.

Project Digitization Specialist | Virginia Tech

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Blacksburg, VA, US

The University Libraries at Virginia Tech seeks a service-oriented, innovative, technically savvy, and self-motivated Project Digitization Specialist to support the “Women of Design: Revealing Women’s Hidden Contributions to the Built Environment” digitization project. Over the course of two years, the “Women of Design” project will select, digitize, describe, and provide virtual access to approximately 800 cubic feet of material from Virginia Tech’s Special Collections that illuminate the contributions of women to architecture and design in the United States and across the world from 1929 to 2010. The Project Digitization Specialist will be a full-time, faculty-level position for a two-year period, reporting to a grant funded Project Manager.

Project Manager: Women of Design | Virginia Tech

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Blacksburg, VA, US

The University Libraries at Virginia Tech seeks a service-oriented, innovative, technically savvy, and self-motivated Project Manager to lead the “Women of Design: Revealing Women’s Hidden Contributions to the Built Environment” digitization project. Over the course of two years, the “Women of Design” project will select, digitize, describe, and provide virtual access to approximately 800 cubic feet of material from Virginia Tech’s Special Collections that illuminate the contributions of women to architecture and design in the United States and across the world from 1929 to 2010. The Project Manager will be a full-time, faculty-level position for a two-year period, reporting to the Director of Special Collections (co-PI of the project).

Digital Media Manager | National Association of Independent Schools

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Washington, DC, US

The Digital Media Manager will oversee the production of a wide variety of relevant content and drive the execution of NAIS social media campaigns in support of NAIS and its member engagement goals. This position will plan and administer NAIS’s social media content; serve as the project manager for digital initiatives and key strategist for multimedia projects; write, edit, and produce the NAIS Bulletin electronic newsletter; and compile NAIS’ social media analytics reports.

Digital Director: Yale Program on Climate Change Communication | Yale University

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New Haven, CT, US

The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication is seeking a talented and data-driven digital director to develop our online strategy and grow ouraudience, which has experienced rapid growth over the past year (e.g., +500% followers on Facebook; +300% on LinkedIn; +67% on Twitter; +225% website visitors). The director will oversee our digital programs, including managing our websites,email lists, and social media to communicate our public opinion research and climate news content. The director will also manage our online advertising and conduct message tests. We are looking for an environmentally-focused digital professional, with a passion for promoting engaging content to a variety of public, policymaker, and expert audiences (the YPCCC does not conduct advocacy campaigns or online fundraising).

Library Applications Developer | Temple University

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Philadelphia, PA, US

Reporting to the Lead Technology Developer and working closely with others in the Technology Development Department, the Library Applications Developer develops web applications and helps maintain the technological infrastructure for Temple University’s library systems environment, which includes discovery layer development, website development, preserving and delivering large collections of digital objects, and supporting digital humanities and scholarly communication initiatives throughout the Library. Performs other duties as assigned.