Job: Data Services Librarian, University of Kansas Libraries

The University of Kansas Libraries seek a knowledgeable, energetic and innovative individual to provide leadership and guidance to the University of Kansas Libraries and the campus community for the growing need to provide assistance to KU faculty in managing and sharing research data across disciplines. This need springs from mandates to plan for data management and to share data as a component of grant funding and also from the libraries’ historical role in building collections of datasets for use by researchers from government entities, disciplinary collections, and commercial sources.

Full description and application information: http://lib.ku.edu/vacancies/. Apply by August 14, 2013.

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