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Reminder: Scholarly Publishing Data Analyst position - please share!

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From: Ivy Anderson <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19:29:12 +0000

Colleagues,

There's still time to be CDL's open access data analyst - Apply by Feb
19th and help us change the world!

Please share with anyone who you think may be interested –

Best,

Ivy Anderson
Director of Collections
California Digital Library, University of California
[log in to unmask] | 510-987-0334 | http://www.cdlib.org

***********

Scholarly Publishing Data Analyst – California Digital Library,
University of California

Are you a data-driven information professional passionate about
transforming scholarly communication?  Do you want to understand how
academic research institutions can support the shift to open access?
So do we!

The California Digital Library (CDL) has an exciting and unique
opportunity for a Scholarly Publishing Data Analyst to help us model
the financial implications of a shift to open access for large
research-intensive universities.  We are seeking an enthusiastic,
motivated, and data-driven individual to coordinate data collection
and analysis for a largescale collaborative study of new economic
models of scholarly journal publishing.  Working with an outstanding
cross-institutional project team  of librarians and academic
researchers, the Scholarly Publishing Data Analyst will have primary
responsibility for assembling expenditure and bibliometric data
documenting the financial investment of large research universities in
scholarly journals, to support models of how those investments might
change under various open access scenarios.  The successful candidate
will be comfortable working at the nexus between libraries and
research publication – knowledgeable about scholarly journals and
library subscription practices, comfortable aggregating and working
with large amounts of detailed data from multiple sources, and able to
work effectively with a variety of stakeholders.  This is a unique
opportunity to contribute to ground-breaking research that will
increase our understanding of the economics of open access and its
long-term economic viability. For more information about this
pioneering effort and the role of the Scholarly Publishing Data
Analyst in it, please see our project information page at
http://icis.ucdavis.edu/?page_id=286 .

This is a temporary one-year position, generously funded by a grant
from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.   Residence in the San Francisco
Bay Area is desirable but is not a requirement.

Salary range:  $59,000 - $75,000, depending on qualifications and experience.

For detailed information about this position and to submit an
application, please see the position posting at

https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58062

Closing date:  February 19, 2015.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national
origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. If you have
questions, please contact the Human Resources Department at
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