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Job opportunity, UK, libraries & research data :boost_requested: 

Hey folks, we're recruiting for an Assistant Data Services Specialist at the British Library to support our research data strategy and DataCite consortium. It's a great entry-level post for anyone wanting to develop into a career in research data management from a more traditional research or libraries background.

Full time, fixed term (2 years), salary from £23,250

Details & application form: britishlibrary.recruitment.zel

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Job opportunity, UK, libraries & research data :boost_requested: 

As well as the day-to-day administration of our consortium you'll get to be involved with this year's review & update of our strategy (blogs.bl.uk/digital-scholarshi) along with other projects within the Research Infrastructure Services team.

You must be based in the UK, but there's flexibility to be based at either of our sites in St Pancras, London or Boston Spa, Yorkshire.

Job opportunity, UK, libraries & research data :boost_requested: 

Almost forgot: closing date is 11 April so get your applications in soon!

Job opportunity, UK, libraries & research data :boost_requested: 

@petrichor is there any capacity for remote work?

Job opportunity, UK, libraries & research data :boost_requested: 

@PsyChuan We're not currently able to offer full remote working, so you would have to choose one of our sites to be based at and be in a position to travel there when needed, but as a manager I'm happy to be as flexible as I can be within policy. The policy is currently under review so I don't have any more details at present. Regular remote work might be a reasonable adjustment for a disability too. I hope that helps!

Job opportunity, UK, libraries & research data :boost_requested: 

@petrichor thank you.

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