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[InetBib] Stellenausschreibung: The British Library - Proiect Lead für ein EU-Projekt zu Persistent Identifiers

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

trotz Gerüchten über einen Brexit sind wir auf der Insel nach wie vor in 
EU-Projekten aktiv. Wir suchen, zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt, jemand mit 
Erfahrung in Projektmanagement und Persistent Identifiers (DOI, ORCID etc.) für 
das FREYA-Projekt, Teil der European Open Science Cloud:


Project Lead (FREYA)
Position: Full Time, Fixed Term until November 2020
Location: Boston Spa, Yorkshire or St Pancras, London
Minimum starting salary: £37,050 (Boston Spa) or £39,000 (St Pancras) [ca. 
€2600 bzw. €2800 netto pro Monat]
Closing Date: 15 January 2018

The British Library is seeking to appoint a Project Lead to lead and project 
manage the British Library’s contribution to FREYA (Connected Open Identifiers 
for Discovery, Access and Use of Research Resources), a 36 month project with a 
budget of €5m funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 
programme. FREYA will iteratively extend a robust environment for a wide range 
of Persistent Identifiers (PIDs), as an essential component of the European 
Open Science Cloud (EOSC). As a partner in FREYA, the British Library is 
focusing on integrating PIDs into its services, supporting the global PID 
infrastructure, providing training and working with academic communities (in 
particular in the humanities) to increase the use of PIDs. The postholder will 
be responsible for the day-to-day project management of the British Library’s 
contributions to FREYA, ensuring the successful delivery of the project aims 
within time, budget, resource and quality control constraints, coordinating the 
work of British Library staff across participating departments and actively 
contributing to the development of British Library policies and services 
related to persistent identifiers through expert input.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrable project management experience, 
experience of collaborative projects, ideally including EC-funded projects, and 
proven partnership and relationship management skills. They will have in-depth 
knowledge of persistent identifier systems including DOI, ISNI and ORCID as 
well as research data, metadata and library/knowledge infrastructures.

Beste Grüße,
Torsten Reimer
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Dr Torsten Reimer
Head of Research Services

St Pancras

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Twitter : @torstenreimer<https://twitter.com/torstenreimer>
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