Scientific Documentalist

Application deadline:

*The role*

We are recruiting a Scientific Documentalist to manage the CRG
scientific publications and other scientific outputs, and analyse the
data to support the institute´s strategy.

The successful applicant shall:

  * Ensure that all CRG publications comply with the funder and
    institutional requirements for affiliations, acknowledgments and
    Open Access.
  * Be the contact person for information about scholarly communication,
    keep track of the latest developments and organise training activities.
  * Proactively inform scientists about the institutional Open Access
    and Research Data Management policies and identify areas for further
    development.
  * Maintain the databases and repositories for tracking and analysing
    scientific output.
  * Analyse and exploit the CRG scientific output in line with the
    institute´s strategy.
  * Report to funders and other external and internal stakeholders on
    bibliometric indicators.
  * Liaise with other research institutes to share good practice on
    management of scientific output, metrics and open access.

*About the team/ lab/ department*

She/he will be part of the International and Scientific Affairs (ISA)
team. ISA mission is to strengthen the international and
interdisciplinary dimension of the institute and create new
opportunities for the scientific community. The team fosters new
strategic partnerships and alliances, coordinates international
collaborative projects, provides strategic advice and support to the
Director, develops science policies (including open science, gender
equality, research integrity) and fosters scientific talent through
integrated training programmes
(http://www.crg.eu/en/content/about-us/international-scientific-affairs).

*Whom would we like to hire? *

  * You are passionate about /Open Science/
  * You hold a university degree
  * You have experience with digital curation and/or administering and
    updating database systems or similar
  * You are familiar with bibliographic concepts and services such as
    Web of Science, SCOPUS and PubMed.
  * You have experience in research and/or academic environment.
  * You have good organisational, problem solving, and communication skills
  * You have a good command of English and at least some basic command
    of Spanish
  * You have a proactive attitude

*Desirable but not required*

  * You have a degree or postgraduate studies in Documentation,
    Information Science, Statistics and/or Library Science or equivalent
  * You have a degree in biology, life sciences or related disciplines

*The Offer *

  * *Contract duration: *1-year part time position
  * *Estimated annual gross salary: *Salary is commensurate with
    qualifications and consistent with our pay scales.
  * *Target start date: *December 2018 – January 2019.

We provide a highly stimulating environment with state-of-the-art
infrastructures, and unique professional career development opportunities.

We offer and promote a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes
applicants regardless of age, disability, gender, nationality, race,
religion or sexual orientation.

The CRG is committed to reconcile a work and family life of its
employees and are offering extended vacation period and the possibility
to benefit from flexible working hours.

Note: for this Scientific Documentalist position, junior researchers with computational skills are also encouraged to apply. The Scientific Documentalist will be responsible to manage and analyse CRG research output, helping to provide more support on data management, which is increasingly becoming a requirement from funding agencies.

 

*Application Procedure*

All applications must include:

 1. A motivation letter addressed to Dr Michela Bertero.
 2. A complete CV including contact details.
 3. Contact details of two referees.

All applications must be addressed to Dr. Michela Bertero and be
submitted online through the "APPLY" button below

*Deadline:* Please submit your application by 12^th of November, 2018