Research and Data Support Coordinator

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Created: October 23, 2013


The University of North Carolina at Greensboro University Libraries is actively expanding its support for faculty research campus-wide. We seek a dynamic individual to serve as Research and Data Support Coordinator to organize, plan, and coordinate the Libraries’ interdepartmental initiatives to support faculty research in a collaborative environment. Working within the Libraries’ Electronic Resources and Information Technology Department (ERIT), the Research and Data Support Coordinator coordinates the Libraries’ provision of the following services in support of faculty research: research data management, digital humanities tools, web site design, user interface design, database development, digitization services, and content and application hosting and development. The Research and Data Support Coordinator will meet with faculty researchers, assess their needs, recommend options and solutions, and as needed, direct faculty to appropriate support resources within the Libraries and campus-wide. The position works with faculty, academic units and research centers, assisting in managing, describing, preserving and making research and data available and accessible to appropriate audiences. The position will assist faculty with writing data management plans, will work closely with the Libraries’ subject liaisons, and will provide library-wide training, research, and assistance for our research and data support initiatives. Required Qualifications: Advanced degree; At least two years of experience in at least one of these three: academic libraries; grant specialization in sponsored programs; or grant coordination for externally funded programs; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Strong service orientation; Demonstrated knowledge of significant trends and issues in research, research support, and data management plans. For the complete job descripton and application instructions, go to

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